The Singapore National Para Games (SNPG), formerly known as the National Disability League is one of the fastest growing sports event in the disability community. Annually, the Games is held over a period of a few months.  Functioning as a multi-display sports tournament,  it seeks to promote sports, as well as to nurture a healthy lifestyle amongst the disabled, as well as providing opportunities to compete locally; this event serves as a platform for people with disabilities to participate in the event on both a recreational and competitive level, as well as to create more awareness of disability sports amongst the able-bodied community.

Originally known as the National Disability Games in 2002, the games started out as a series of disability sports events spread over seven challenging and competitive days. The enthusiastic response we received strongly signified the increasing number of disabled persons who were keen to participate in sports-related activities; it also confirmed the proven popularity of a competition structure.

In 2006, the National Disability Games was revamped, transforming into the National Disability League (NDL). This new league format allowed participants to compete across three months, increasing their opportunities to sports exposure and social interaction. The NDL provided a sustainable platform to enhance the performance growth and ‘feel’ of competition. By creating a sustainable platform, athletes can review areas of improvement in their performances and strive to improve in future competitions.

In 2016, the NDL was renamed the Singapore National Para Games to align with the Singapore National Games. The 19 sports now offered (as of 2016) are Athletics, Archery, Badminton, Boccia, Basketball (3on3), Chess, Equestrian, Football, Goalball, Handcycling, Lawn Bowls, Powerchair Football, Powerlifting, Sailing, Shooting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tenpin Bowling and Wheelchair Basketball. Besides its emphasis on sustainable sports development, SNPG serves as an avenue to spot rising athletes who can represent Singapore at regional and international competitions such as the ASEAN Para GamesAsian Para Games, and the Paralympics.

Today, SNPG has a unique position for sports development as it allows all athletes to have a continuous and sustainable competition platform. It gives each athlete the feel of competition, placing them against athletes of different performance levels, leading them to re-strategize their paradigm of winning games.

The Singapore Disability Sports Council is pleased to invite all schools, associations and clubs to participate in the Singapore Sports School Para Games. The objectives of this event are to provide a platform where persons with disabilities can compete at, recruiting potentials to the national or national developmental squads, and nominating athletes to represent Singapore at major/international competitions.

 

Singapore Sports School Para Games 2018

General Information

Date: 30 June 2018

Time: 9am to 3pm

Venue: Singapore Sports School, 1 Champions Way, Singapore 737913

Organisers: Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) and Singapore Sports School (SSP)

 

Classification:

Individuals are expected to enter themselves into the category they best fit. No formal classification would be offered.

Please refer to the Event Information document below for more details on classification.

 

Eligibility:

  • Competent in their respective events
  • Refer to respective events offer

 

Entry Fee:

$2 for members of SDSC

$4 for non-members

 

 

Please refer to the following documents for more information:

Singapore Sports School Para Games 2018 Event Information

Event Schedule

Start List

SSSPG Badminton Singles Draws

 

 

Results

SSSPG18 Full Result (by MultiClass Points)

SSSPG18 Full Result (by Class)

SSSPG18 Full Result (Autism Only)

SSSPG18 Athletics Results 

SSSPG18 U15 Badminton Results

SSSPG18 Badminton Doubles Results (Female)

SSSPG18 Badminton Doubles Results (Male)

SSSPG18 Bowling Individuals Results (Female)

SSSPG18 Bowling Individuals Results (Male)

SSSPG18 U19 Bowling Results (Female)

SSSPG18 U19 Bowling Results (Male)

SSSPG18 Table Tennis Singles Results

The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is the organiser for the annual National Special Schools Swimming Championships for students with intellectual impairments. In 2017, SDSC  renamed the championship to the National Youth Para Swimming Championships (NYPSC) and is currently proudly sponsored by Haw Par Corporation Limited. The championships now extend its invitations to students with disabilities from mainstream schools, in alignment with the MCCY Disability Sports Master Plan. With the assistance of the Ministry of Education (MOE), the SDSC is able to reach out to students with disabilities from mainstream schools to participate in the championship.


The NYPSC aims to create a platform for youth with disabilities to participate in a competitive setting. Potential newcomers will be given opportunities to further hone their athletic abilities if they show promise, and interest, in joining the National Elite Training Squad. Results from the event are also used as selection criteria for regional or international competitions. 

 


Haw Par Youth Para-Swimming Championships 2018

The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is pleased to invite all schools, associations, clubs, and individuals to participate in the upcoming Haw Par Youth Swimming Championships held on 20 July 2018 (Friday).

Date: 20 July 2018, Friday

Time: 9.30 AM

Venue: Our Tampines Hub

 

Categories:

17 -18 years old (Born between 2001 – 2000)

15 – 16 years old (Born between 2003 – 2002)

13 – 14 years old (Born between 2005 – 2004)

11 – 12 years old (Born between 2007 – 2006)

9 – 10 years old (Born between 2009 – 2008)

7 – 8 years old (Born between 2011 – 2010)

 


Eligibility:

Physical Impairment, PI: Classes S1 – S10

Visual Impairment, VI: Classes S11 – S13

Intellectual Impairment, II: Class S14

Hearing Loss, HL: Class S15

Autism, ASD: Class Autism

Down Syndrome, DS: Class D5

 

 


Entry Fees:

SDSC Members: $3.00/participant

Non-SDSC Members: $5.00/participant

*Entry fees include 1 meal, water, and a certificate of participation.

 

Local Classification:

Please email nationalswimming@sdsc.org.sg to register for a local classification slot by 22 June 2018 (6pm).

Participants who have already been classified during the National Inclusive Swimming Championships 2018 need not be reclassified.

 

To learn more about the event, please download:

Haw Par National Youth Para Swimming Championships 2018 Event Information

HPYPS 2018 Schedule for Session 1 and 2

HPYPS 2018 Start List

OTH Medical Evacuation

 

To participate, please download:

Entry Form

Please submit all forms to nationalswimming@sdsc.org.sg by 2 July 2018. Payments must also be made by the registration deadline.

For inquiries, please contact Mr. Sharizal at +65 6342 3508 or mail nationalswimming@sdsc.org.sg

 

Results of the Haw Par National Youth Para-Swimming Championships

YearResults
2018Session 1 Results
Session 2 Results

 

Past Results of the National Special Schools Swimming Championships (yr 2010 to 2016)

YearResults
2017Overall Results
Overall Best Performance
201625m Events
50m Events
Challenge Trophy Results
2015Overall Results
Overall Best Performing School Scores
Senior Div. Challenge Trophy Scores
Junior Div. Challenge Trophy Scores
2014Combined Scores
Junior Div. Results
Junior Challenge Trophy Results
Senior Div. Results
Senior Challenge Trophy Results
2013Overall Results
2012Overall Results
2011Overall Results
2010Overall Results

 

National Youth Inclusive Athletics Championships 


The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) organises the National Youth Inclusive Athletics Championships (NYIAC) and is proudly sponsored by Haw Par Corporation Limited. The championship includes students with disabilities from mainstream schools in alignment with the MCCY Disability Sports Master Plan. With the assistance of the Ministry of Education (MOE), SDSC is able to reach out to students with disabilities from mainstream schools to participate in the championship. NYIAC aims to create a platform for youth with disabilities to participate in a competitive setting. Potential newcomers will be given opportunities to further hone their athletic abilities if they show promise, and interest, in joining the National Elite Training Squad. Results from the event are also used as selection criteria for regional or international competitions.

Register for Haw Par National Youth Inclusive Athletics Championships 2018 HERE

Date: 28 September 2018
Time: 9.30am
Venue: Bedok Stadium

 

Results of the Haw Par National Youth Inclusive Athletics Championships

YearResult
2018Result
2017Overall Result

Relay

Overall Best Performance

 

Past Results for National Special Schools Track & Field Championships (2010 to 2016)

YearResults
2016Overall Results
2015Overall Results
20145th National Special Schools T&F Champs Results

5th National Special Schools T&F Champs Overall Best Performing School Scores

5th National Special Schools T&F Champs Challenge Trophy Scores
2013Overall Results
2012Overall Results
2011Overall Results
2010Overall Results

 

The National Inclusive Swimming Championships (NISC) is an annual Swimming championship formerly known as National Para Swimming Championships. The name change reflects the shift towards promoting inclusivity in sports and the community as a whole. NIAC sees to the inclusion of the deaf community in the event, in addition to persons with physical, intellectual and visual impairment. The annual meet is sponsored by the SPH Foundation and organised by the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC). 2017 will see the seventh year of SPH Foundation sponsorship, as well as the 36th edition of the championships.

The competition aims are creating opportunities for persons with disabilities to swim at a competitive level. Annually, over 100 para-athletes from 18 special schools, associations and clubs are expected at the event. The competition also serves as a platform for SDSC coaches and officials to scout for potential candidates to nurture and enlist into the National squad in hopes that they will be able to proudly represent Singapore at international competitions. Outstanding performers may be selected to represent Singapore in regional and international competitions.
Previous editions of the competition have produced National Paralympians such as Theresa Goh, a multiple-gold medalist at the ASEAN Para Games and Yip Pin Xiu, the first Singaporean to win a Gold Medal at the Paralympics and world record-breaking swimmer.

 

Results for the National Inclusive Swimming Championships

YearResults
2017Results

 

Results for the National Para-Swimming Championships

YearResults
2016SDSC Rules

Raw Data

Relay Result Raw Data
2015SDSC Rules

Raw Data
2014Relay Results

Prize Money Result

Individual Results
2013SDSC Rules

Raw Data
2012SDSC Rules

Raw Data
2011Results
2010Part 1

Part 2
2009Results

 

Formerly known as National Para-Athletics Championships, the change in name reflects the shift towards promoting inclusivity in sports and the community as a whole. The NIAC sees the inclusion of the deaf community, in addition to persons with a physical, intellectual and visual impairment, in the event. The annual meet is organised by the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC). The NIAC held its 45th edition of competitions in 2017.

Competitions like the NIAC are crucial in helping SDSC develop a ready pool of athletes across all disability and age groups to represent Singapore in major international competitions; these competitions give SDSC the platform to scout for, and nurture, potential National Athletes that will be able to represent Singapore in regional and international competitions.

The NIAC includes events such as the 60m, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 4x100m, Discus, Javelin, Long Jump, and Shot Put.

 

Results for the National Inclusive Athletics Championships

YearResults
2018Day 1

Day 2
2017Overall Results (SDSC Rules)

 

Results for the National Para-Athletics Championships

YearResults
2016Overall Results (Raw Data)
Overall Results (SDSC Rules)
2015Overall Results (Raw Data)
Overall Results (SDSC Rules)
2014Overall Results
Prize Money Results
2013Overall Results
2012Overall Results (Part 1)
Overall Results (Part 2)
2011Overall Results
2010Overall Results
2009Overall Results (Part 1)
Overall Results (Part 2)