SNEAK PREVIEW #OneTeamSG Sprinter, Shanti & Valerie Pereira (Episode 2)

By Dylan Mah


Valerie (left) and Shanti (centre) and their mother, Bridget Pereira.

 

Meet Valerie and Shanti Pereira– a pair of sister who both found success in their years of high level competition. Shanti is the current national record holder of the 100m and 200m and had achieved 4th placing in all her events at her first SEA Games in 2013.

 

 

In the upcoming full video, hear how they feel about the upcoming SEA Games and see their sibling chemistry tested as they are quizzed on each other’s interests! Be sure to stay tuned!

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