So How Much Is 4 Years Of Hard Work Worth?

It's been over a month since the Asian Games ended and tonight some of the biggest stars at the Games will be receiving their awards under the Multi-Million Dollar Awards Programme (MAP) for their efforts at the Games. SportSanity sends a huge congrats to the winners. Find out who they are here. 

*Efforts were made to verify the winnings however there might still be errors in the calculations.

 

Presenting the top 3 earners....

1. Joseph Isaac Schooling  (Swimming)


(Photo Credits: Jaewon Lee / Sport Singapore)

After his exciting performances at the recent Commonwealth Games & 2013 SEA Games, Singapore's golden boy wins should come as no surprise.

His loot- $350,000

Men’s 100m Butterfly Gold- $200,000

Men’s 50m Butterfly Silver- $100,000

Men’s 200m Butterfly Bronze- $50,000

 

 

2. Jazreel Tan (Bowling)


(Photo Credits: Vivek Prakash / Sport Singapore)

The second biggest winner of the Games goes to Singapore National Bowling Team Captain Jazreel Tan. A mainstay in the team since 2005, she is Singapore's most bemedalled athlete at this Games. Together with Joseph,  they have been touted to go into the record books as some of Singapore's all-time greatest Asian Games athletes.

Her loot- $256,666

Women’s Team Gold (Together with New Hui Fen, Cherie Tan, Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng & Joey Yeo) - $320,000/6= $53,333

Womens Singles Silver - $100,000

Women’s Trios Silver (Together with New Hui Fen & Cherie Tan) – $160,000/3 = $53,333)

Women’s All Events Bronze- $50,000

 

 

3. Jodie Lai (Sailing)


(Photo Credits: Team Singapore)

She might be small and young but this 13-year-old, secondary 1 girl now is now an Asian Games Champion.

Her loot - $200,000

Women’s Optimist Gold- $200,000
*20% to be given to their federation for future development

 

Let’s not forget the others who also cashed in at the Games....

 

Swimming

Tao Li


(Photo Credits: Jaewon Lee / Sport Singapore)

With 1 silver and bronze, I definitely wouldn't say Tao Li's performance at the Asian Games was a disappointment. Althought she did not manage to score a hat trick in the 50m Buttery (Having won it in 2006 & 2010) and lost the Asian Games record, second best in Asia is still a feat in itself. I mean how many people can say that? At the end of the day, she will still go down in history as one of Singapore's greatest Asian Games athletes of all times.

Her loot: $150,000

Womens 50m Butterfly Silver- $100,000

Women’s 100m Butterfly Bronze - $50,000

 

 

Bowling


(Photo Credits: Sport Singapore)
 

The Singapore Womens Bowling team has never been one to disappoint. With 1 Gold, 2 Silvers & a Bronze & future Kpop stars in the making, life is just going to get exciting for this group of ladies.

 

New Hui Fen

Her Loot - $106,666

Women’s Trios Silver (Together with Jazreel Tan & Cherie Tan) - $53,333

Womens Team Gold (Together with Jazreel Tan, Cherie Tan, Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng & Joey Yeo) – $53,333

 

Cherie Tan

Her Loot - $106,666

Women’s Trios Silver (Together with Jazreel Tan & Cherie Tan) - $53,333

Womens Team Gold (Together with Jazreel Tan, New Hui Fen, Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng & Joey Yeo) – $53,333

 

Shayna Ng

Her Loot - $53,333

Womens Team Gold (Together with Jazreel Tan, New Hui Fen, Daphne Tan, Cherie Tan & Joey Yeo) – $53,333

 

Daphne Tan

Her Loot - $53,333

Womens Team Gold (Together with Jazreel Tan, New Hui Fen, Shayna Ng, Cherie Tan & Joey Yeo) – $53,333

 

Joey Yeo

Her Loot - $53,333

Womens Team Gold (Together with Jazreel Tan, New Hui Fen, Shayna Ng, Cherie Tan & Daphne Tan) – $53,333

 

 

Fencing

Lim Wei Wen


(Photo Credits: Vivek Prakash / Sport Singapore)

Not only did Lim Wei Wen win a bronze medal for Singapore and himself, in the process, he created history by being the first Singaporean to medal in the sport at the Asian Games. 

His loot- $50,000

Men’s Individual Epee Bronze- $50,000

 

 

Wushu

Tan Yan Ni


(Photo Credits: Sport Singapore)

Her Loot - $50,000

Women’s Changquan Bronze - $50,000

 

 

Shooting


(Photo Credits: Jaewon Lee / Sport Singapore)

Gai Bin

Men’s Individual 25m Centre Fire Pistol Bronze- $50,000

Men’s 25m Standard Pistal Team Bronze (Together with Nigel Lim & Poh Lip Meng) - $26,666

His Loot - $76,666
 

Nigel Lim

Men’s 25m Standard Pistal Team Bronze (Together with Gai Bin & Poh Lip Meng) - $26,666

His Loot - $26,666

 

Poh Lip Meng

Men’s 25m Standard Pistal Team Bronze (Together with Gai Bin & Nigel Lim) - $26,666

 

His Loot - $26,666

 

 

Table Tennis


(Photo Credits: Sport Singapore)

Feng Tian Wei

Women’s Team Event Bronze (Together with Zhou Yihan, Lin Ye, Yu Mengyu, Isabelle Li) - $16,000

Her Loot - $16,000

 

Zhou Yihan

Women’s Team Event Bronze (Together with Feng Tian Wei, Lin Ye, Yu Mengyu, Isabelle Li) - $16,000

 

Her Loot- $16,000

 

Lin Ye

Women’s Team Event Bronze (Together with Feng Tian Wei, Zhou Yihan, Yu Mengyu, Isabelle Li) - $16,000

Her Loot- $16,000

 

Yu Mengyu

Women’s Team Event Bronze (Together with Feng Tian Wei, Zhou Yihan, Lin Ye, Isabelle Li) - $16,000

Her Loot- $16,000

 

Isabelle Li

Women’s Team Event Bronze (Together with Feng Tian Wei, Zhou Yihan, Lin Ye, Yu Mengyu) - $16,000

Her Loot- $16,000

 

 

Sailing


(Photo Credits: Singapore Sailing)
 


(Photo Credits: Singapore Sailing Federation)
 

Sailing has always been a sport that delivers at the Asiad and as usual it didn't disappoint and delivered 3 Golds, Two Silvers & Two Bronzes, the biggest medal haul from any sport for Singapore at the Games.

 

Kimberly Lim

Women’s 420 Two Person Dinghy Gold (Together with Savannah Siew)- $160,000

Her Loot - $160,000

 

Savannah Siew

Women’s 420 Two Person Dinghy Gold (Together with Savannah Siew)- $160,000
*20% to be given to their federation for future development

Her Loot - $160,000

 

Raynn Kwok

Men’s Optimist One Person Dinghy Silver - $100,000

His Loot - $100,000

 

Cecilia Low

29er Women’s two Person Dinghy (Together with Priscilla Low) - $80,000

Her Loot - $80,000

 

Priscilla Low

29er Women’s two Person Dinghy (Together with Cecilia Low) - $80,000

 

Her Loot - $80,000

 

 

Andrew Paul Chan

J80 Match Racing Gold (Together with Russell Kan, Christopher Lim, Justin Wong, Maximillian Soh) - $64,000

His Loot - $64,000

 

Russell Kan

J80 Match Racing Gold (Together with Andrew Paul Chan, Christopher Lim, Justin Wong, Maximillian Soh) - $64,000

 

His Loot - $64,000

 

 

Christopher Lim

J80 Match Racing Gold  (Together with Andrew Paul Chan, Russell Kan, Justin Wong, Maximillian Soh) - $64,000

His Loot - $64,000

 

Justin Wong

J80 Match Racing Gold  (Together with Andrew Paul Chan, Russell Kan, Christopher Lim, Maximillian Soh) - $64,000

His Loot - $64,000

 

Maximillian Soh

J80 Match Racing Gold (Together with Andrew Paul Chan, Russell Kan, Christopher Lim, Justin Wong) - $64,000

His Loot - $64,000

 

Colin Cheng

Men’s Laser Bronze- $50,000

His Loot - $64,000

 

Loh Jia Yi

Men’s 420 Duo Bronze (Together with Jonathan Yeo) - $40,000

His Loot - $40,000

 

Jonathan Yeo

Men’s 420 Duo Bronze (Together with Loh Jia Yi) - $40,000

His Loot - $32,000

 

 

Sepak Takraw


(Photo Credits: Vivek Prakash / Sport Singapore)

 

Muhammad Hafiz Nor Izam Ja'afar

Sepak Takraw Doubles Bronze (Together with Eddy Nor Shafiq Sahari) - $40,000

His Loot - $40,000

 

Eddy Nor Shafiq Sahari

Sepak Takraw Doubles Bronze (Together with Muhammad Hafiz Nor Izam Ja'far) - $40,000

His Loot -$40,000

 

Once again, a huge congrats to all the medal winners for fighting their hearts out for the country. A job well done and definitely a win deserved award.

 

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