The Bowling Association for the Disabled (Singapore)

Bowling Association for the Disabled, Singapore (BADS) is an association registered with Registry of Societies since April 2010 and is affiliated to the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC). BADS’s main objective is to make bowling accessible to all persons with disabilities in Singapore. It organises and coordinates all bowling activities for the disabled community which leads up to the selection of elite teams to represent Singapore in international competitions.

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Lawn Bowls Association for the Disabled (Singapore)

Formed in 2005, the Lawn Bowls Association is a disability-sports club catering to those who wish to take up lawn bowls. The formation of this club spells a good sign for the future of the local disabled scene. As the sports club function independently from the council, it gives them greater freedom on the management and promotion of their sport. Thus, they will not be limited by the stretched resources of SDSC.

Para Cycling Federation of Singapore

Para Cycling Federation of Singapore (PCFS) formerly known as Handcycling Association of Singapore is a non-profit national disability sports association. PCFS  is dedicated to the development of athletes with disabilities to take up cycling as a form of rehabilitative and leisure. PCFS has taken active leadership role to foster and prepare teams to participate in local and international competitions. 

Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore

Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore (RDA) was founded in 1982 and registered as a charity in 1987. Since then, more than a thousand children and adults with disabilities have been given the opportunity to ride. RDA provides free, therapeutic horse riding lessons to children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. It aims to teach person with disability to ride to the best of their abilities and has been actively supporting Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) in every sports event organised for the disabled community in Singapore.

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Table Tennis Association for the Disabled (Singapore)

Table Tennis Association for the Disabled (Singapore)(TTADS) was registered in 2011. It was set up to promote table tennis among special school students, the elderly on wheelchairs, the disabled and those who have lost their mobility; adding value to their lives. With a wide base, selected members are invited to join the developmental squad in weekly trainings and eventually to represent Singapore in overseas competitions. It also works closely with Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) to raise the awareness of sports for the disabled and inculcate sports as a lifestyle pursuit for persons with disabilities through their regular table tennis demonstrations and public appearances.


Wheelchair Basketball Association

The Wheelchair Basketball Association (Singapore) (WBA Singapore) was established on 7 Jul 2007. Its broad objectives are to provide support and guidance to people with or without disabilities who participate in the sports; to promote wheelchair basketball for all others able and disabled Singaporeans of all ages and to hold, coordinate or organise competitions and other events in wheelchair basketball with the support and approval of relevant controlling bodies at an international, regional and local level. To meet the above objectives, the Association actively raises raise funds, organise competitions, conduct public awareness events or form alliances with other organisations, bodies, associations or corporations.

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Wheelchair Racing Association Singapore (WRAS)

The Wheelchair Racing Association Singapore (WRAS) was formed in 2008 to promote wheelchair racing in Athletics. WRAS aims to inculcate values of sports to individuals with disabilities. Over the years, wheelchair racing athletes have participated in local championships, donned national colours in regional and international competitions. Such competitions challenge the disabled to realise their fullest potential.

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The Wheelchair Tennis Association (Singapore) was registered with Registry of Societies on 12 June 2016. With the help of SDSC, it was able to secure courts for training of members within a year of this registration. WTAS looks to the coaching and training needs of its members and aims to inspire more athletes to take up wheelchair tennis.