This competition aims to create opportunities for disabled persons to compete at a competitive level. Naturally, the competition also serves as a platform for SDSC coaches and officials to scout for new talents in hopes that they will be able to join the National squad and proudly represent Singapore at international competitions. Furthermore, we also wish to nominate athletes who do well to represent Singapore at major/international competitions.
The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is pleased to invite all schools, associations, clubs, and individuals to participate in the upcoming Haw Par National Youth Swimming Championships 2021 held on 30 March 2020 (Tuesday).
Date: Tuesday, 30 March 2021
Venue: Our Tampines Hub
10.00 am: Warm up
11.00 am: Session 1 starts
1.00pm: Session 1 finish
1:30 pm: Exit Venue
2.00 pm: Warm up
3.00 pm: Session 2 starts
5.00pm: Session 2 finish
5:30 pm: Exit Venue
19 & Above (Born on 2002 and after) – Non Medal
17 – 18 years old (Born between 2004– 2003)
15 – 16 years old (Born between 2006 – 2005)
13 – 14 years old (Born between 2008 – 2007)
11 – 12 years old (Born between 2010 – 2009)
9 – 10 years old (Born between 2012 – 2011)
7 – 8 years old (Born between 2014 – 2013)
Physical Impairment, PI (Classes: S1 – S10)
Visual Impairment, VI (Classes: S11 – S13)
Intellectual Impairment, II (Class: S14)
Deaf, Hard of Hearing (Class: S15)
Autism (Class: II3)
Significant Intellectual Disability (Class: II2)
SDSC members (sign up to be a member here) – S$5.00 per participant / official
Non-SDSC members – S$10.00 per participant / official
Entry fees would entitle the participant / official to accreditation and a meal voucher (worth $5). Participants would also be provided a certificate of participation.
Registration Deadline: 9 March 2021
Submit all necessary documents via email to Mr Kang at firstname.lastname@example.org with proof of payment by the registration deadline.
Please email Mr Kang at email@example.com to register for a local classification slot by 18 February 2021 (6.00pm), if you belong to the following groups and do not have a valid classification status. (Participants who had been classified during 2018-2020 need not be reclassified.)
Participants who have already been classified during the National Inclusive Swimming Championships 2018-2019 need not be reclassified.
View the master classification list (as of 2021) here.
Please find more documents available for download below:
Late entries will not be accepted, and changes to entries will not be allowed after the registration deadline.
Becoming an SDSC Member:
If you are keen to become an SDSC member (individual or ordinary/associate), please find more details available here.