Singapore at the Olympic Games

Singapore's athletes wave as they march on the parade during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSingapore's athletes wave as they march on the parade during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games …

And here's Singapore at the spectacular opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.

Table-tennis star Feng Tianwei (not seen in photo) led Singapore's athletes in the march past as over 205 nations made their bow at the Olympic stadium in London.

23 athletes are representing Singapore at the Games.

In athletics, Gary Yeo Foo Ee will take part in the men's 100m while Dipna Lim Prasad will compete in the women's 110m hurdles.

In badminton, Derek Wong and  Gu Juan will compete in the men's and women's singles respectively, while Shinta Mulia Sari and Yao Lei will contest the women's doubles.

In canoeing, Geraldine Lee will take part in the K1-200 and K1-500m events.

Gymnast Lim Heem Wei will take part in the all-round artistic event.

In sailing, Colin Cheng and Elizabeth Yin will be taking part in the men's Laser and the women's Laser Radial respectively.

In shooting, Jasmine Ser Xiang Wei will hope to do the nation proud in the 10m air rifle event.

Over in the pool, Joseph Schooling and Quah Zheng Wen will hope to make a splash; Schooling will compete in the 100m and 200m butterfly, while Quah will take part in the 200m backstroke and 400m individual medley.

In the women's events, Tao Li will hope to better her fifth-place finish at the 2008 Beijing Games in 100m backstroke and 100m butterfly.

Mylene Ong Chui Bin will take part in the 100m freestyle, while  Lynette Lim will compete the 400m and 800m freestyle.

In weightlifting, Helena Wong Kar Mun will compete in the 53kg class.

And finally in table-tennis lies arguably Singapore's best hope for a medal at the Games.

The men -- Gao Ning, Yang Zi and Zhan Jian -- will be competing in the singles and team events.

For the women -- Feng Tianwei, Wang Yuegu and Li Jiawei -- will be flying the flag in the both the singles and team events as well.

Over the next 17 days of action, keep track of how Singapore's athletes are doing here and be sure to cheer them on.