SMAS Annual Symposium 2016: Masters Athletes Participation in Health and Performance
7 May 2016 (Saturday), 9am - 5.40pm
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The Sports Medicine Association of Singapore (SMAS) Annual Symposium 2016 – Masters Athletes: Participation in Health and Performance
(For All NROC Coaches)
The Sports Medicine Association of Singapore’s (SMAS) Annual Symposium is a platform where members of the sports and exercise science medicine fraternity gather to share teachings and ideas. This year’s symposium, focusing on masters athletes, will be divided broadly into 4 sessions:
Session 1: Physiology in the masters athlete
Session 2: Masters athlete coaching and exercise training
Session 3: Exercise and health in the masters athlete
Session 4: Panel discussion
Each session shall comprise presentations and plenary discussions on the session topic.
The symposium will feature the following keynote speakers:
Dr Geoffrey Thompson (Sports Physician Consultant (Territory Sports Medicine, Australia)
Professor Robert Newton (Associate Dean, Medical and Exercise Sciences; Co-Director, Exercise Medicine Research Institute; Foundation Professor of Exercise and Sports Science (Edith Cowan University))
Mr Kunalan Canagasabai (Senior Manager (Sport Singapore) and former Olympian and national sprinter)
Date and Time
7 May 2016 (Saturday), 9am to 5.40pm
Singapore Sports Hub ‘BlackBox’ Auditorium (within Visitors’ Centre)
Singapore Sports Hub
6 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397698
Early bird rate (before or on 22 April 2016 (Friday))
SMAS member: S$120 per pax
Non-SMAS member: S$140 per pax
Standard rate (after 22 April 2016 (Friday))
SMAS member: S$160 per pax
Non-SMAS member: S$180 per pax
Payment can be made via cheque/bank draft or telegraphic/interbank transfer. Details of payment mode and cancellation policy can be found here.
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Registration starts at 8.15am.
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