Singapore Sports Hub open for business

With the completion of the Singapore Sports Hub, Singapore can boast a world class ecosystem for sports.

Test Events
The newest jewel in Singapore’s infrastructure, the Singapore Sports Hub was “test driven” in June 2014 with a wave of events, including the TYR 2nd South East Asian Swimming Championships 2014 at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, the World Club 10’s Rugby as the inaugural event at the new National Stadium and the 6th World University Floorball Championships at the OCBC Indoor Arena.

The National Sporting Associations (NSAs) involved, the Singapore Swimming Association, the Singapore Rugby Union and the Singapore Floorball Association were able to use their events as a test run with a view to the 28th SEA Games, - undoubtedly one of the biggest stages to showcase the Singapore sporting community’s recent advancements in performance and capability (such as the advantages of a world class sporting infrastructure and the cutting edge professional support of athletes in training).  

Reiner Leong
Local rugby player, Reiner Leong, playing for the Asia Pacific Dragons at the World Club 10’s Rugby 

Floorball Singapore Team
The Singapore team at the 6 th  World University Floorball Championships  

Diving Champions Selfie
Diving champions selfie at the TYR 2nd South East Asian Swimming Championships 2014

One Year to SEA Games Festivities, Sports Hub Community Open House

The weekend of 27-28 June 2014 saw nearly 50,000 people visit the Sports Hub, where on the Friday, a fireworks and laser extravaganza – enjoyed by athletes past and present, key members of the sporting fraternity and NSA invitees, signalled the one year countdown to the 28th SEA Games. The following day allowed the opportunity for members of the public to not only view the facilities and surrounding areas which include the Sport Library, Beach Volleyball Court and Kallang Wave Mall, but also enjoy various sporting activities due to the great assistance provided by the NSAs including Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Netball, Silat, Judo, Boxing, Taekwondo, Sepak Takraw, Hockey, Football, Petanque, Archery, Floorball and Tennis. 

Members of the Singapore Sporting Community
Members of the Singapore Sporting Community

Archery at the Sports Hub Open House
Archery tryout at the Sports Hub Community Open House 

Registrations at the Sports Hub Open House
Registrations at the Sports Hub Community Open House for the Walk-a-Jog 

Taekwondo at the Sports Hub Open House
Taekwondo try out at the Sports Hub  Open House

Facilities for all

The Singapore Sports Hub is one of the largest sports facilities infrastructure Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) projects in the world. This chosen mode of service delivery reflects the interests at play – the use of resources by Government, in tandem with private enterprise with the sporting community and the wider public as key considerations. This is mirrored, for example, where the training of elite athletes will be coordinated with the public usage of the same facilities. From August to September, the fine tuning of the training schedule and use of the facilities will continue until the official commencement of training at the Singapore Sports Hub in October 2014.

National Stadium
National Stadium at the Sports Hub

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