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Swimmer Sophie Soon has been named as the flagbearer and will lead Team Singapore atThe Opening Ceremony will be held on Saturday, 30 July at Manahan Stadium.
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Sport Singapore (SportSG) announced that GetActive! Singapore (GASG) 2022 will be back with an exciting line up of physical activities in the lead up to National Day after two years of virtual programming due to the pandemic.
Sport Singapore Renews and Strengthens Partnerships, aims to provide a Health and Wellness Coach for every Singapore resident
Sport Singapore (SportSG) has initiated the termination of the Sports Hub Public-Private Partnership project agreement and will take over the ownership and management of the Singapore Sports Hub. It has reached a mutual agreement with SportsHub Pte Ltd (SHPL) over the termination and the process of handover, and will officially take over the Sports Hub on 9 December 2022.
Singapore has announced Singapore25, its bid to host the World Athletics Championships in 2025. If successful, this would be the first time the global blue-ribbon event will be hosted in Southeast Asia. 2025 will be Singapore’s 60th year of independence and this premier event and festival of sport would be a fitting addition to the nation’s celebrations.
With the return to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), GetActive! Singapore 2021 (GASG 2021) will now go virtual! Referencing this year’s National Day Parade’s theme - “Together Our Singapore Spirit”, GASG 2021 will feature fitness and dance workshops, live event streaming and online campaigns that will see the community participating together, in true SG United spirit.
With COVID-19 safe management measures in place, Singaporeans can continue to stay active and celebrate Singapore’s 56th National Day through sport. The GetActive! Singapore (GASG) 2021 campaign will offer activities in both virtual and physical settings for everyone to play and celebrate our nation’s birthday. Sport Singapore (SportSG) has organised an exciting line-up of sport festivals, competitions, and fun activities suitable for all ages and abilities. These events will run from 23 July to 8 August at the Singapore Sports Hub, selected ActiveSG sport centres and community spaces.
The recent tightening of measures under the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) has significantly impacted the sport and fitness industry. Sports and fitness are important to our health and well-being and the Government is committed to supporting the sector through this period.
Support comprises the Sport and Fitness Operating Grant, SEP Project Grant, Sport and Fitness SEP Support Fund and Training Allowance Grant
President Encourages Persons With Disabilities To Play Sport Regularly At The Inaugural Inclusive Sport Conference 2021