Para Swimmer Toh Wei Soong Encourages Educators to Play Instrumental Role in Pursuit of Sporting Excellence

November 11, 2019
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Borneo Motors (Singapore) and Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) held a Sports Talent Pathway Workshop to equip educators and staff of social service organisations with knowledge and tools to aid para athletes in their pursuit of high performance sports. Amongst the topics discussed include the various impairments and classification procedures, disability sports and the local

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Haw Par Para Sports Bursary Awards returns for second consecutive year in boost for local para athletes

October 29, 2019
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The second edition of the Haw Par Para Sports Bursary Awards organised by the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC), was held today at the National Youth Sports Institute Satellite @ Kallang. 31 deserving para athletes from disadvantaged backgrounds received awards to continue to pursue sports excellence. Amongst the 31 para athletes who received the award

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Celebrated Singaporean Para Swimmer Toh Wei Soong Opens Up About His Journey In Para Sports

October 5, 2019
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Borneo Motors (Singapore) held its first Para Swimming Dialogue at the Athlete Services Centretogether with Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) earlier today, in a joint effort to bring to light the potential opportunities that persons with disabilities (PWDs) can achieve through para sports. Led by aspiring Paralympic swimmer and Toyota ’Start Your Impossible’ (SYI) Hero

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More swimmers make a splash at the annual Haw Par National Youth Swimming Championships

September 27, 2019
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The only national swimming championship that caters to youth across different impairments – intellectually impaired, deaf and hard-of-hearing, physically impaired, visually impaired, autism and down syndrome More youths with disability taking part (87 in 2018 to 89 in 2019) Singapore, 27 September 2019 – 89 youths from 20 different schools and organisations took to the

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Youths double for finisher event at para athletics meet, with youngest being 5 years old

September 4, 2019
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To encourage early intervention through physical activity and help young persons with disabilities enjoy participation in sports, the Singapore Disability Sports Council added a Finisher event to its annual national para athletics youth championships in 2018. The event has seen an encouraging increase in its second year, from 30 participants in 2018 to 61 in

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10 award winners honoured at the Singapore Disability Sports Awards 2019

August 6, 2019
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Nine individuals and one community group were awarded at the Singapore Disability Sports Awards 2019, which was held on 6 August evening at the Carlton Hotel. Excitement was palpable at the event, which many athletes and officials had looked forward to for a long time. The last Sports Awards had been held more than a

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The Republic of Korea tops the medal tally at the Micron Singapore World Para Bowling Tour Series 2019

July 27, 2019
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The final day of the competition saw to Singapore clinching 3 medals in the All Events – 2 Silver and 1 Bronze by Thomas Nathan Chan (TPB 1), Mohamed Ismail Bin Hussian (TPB 3) and Diane Neo Pei Lin (TPB 4) respectively. This brings Singapore to 4th place on the medal tally with 2 Gold, 5 Silver and

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Singapore achieves two more medals at the Micron Singapore World Para Bowling World Series

July 26, 2019
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Mohammad Ismail Bin Hussain (SGP) and his partner Thomas Nathan Chan (SGP) came in second in the doubles TPB1 + TPB2/TPB3 (Mixed) event with a score of 1908 behind Malaysians Mohd Rizal Hassan and Muhd Hairul Miran who scored 2263. Japanese Chiemi Inoue and Toshio Ozaki trailed in with a score of 1793 to secure

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Mohammad Ismail Bin Hussian secures another medal for Singapore

July 25, 2019
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Long-time rivals meet again at the Micron Singapore World Para Bowling. Mohammad Ismail (SGP) and Mohd Rizal Hassan (MAS) competed in the Singles TPB3 event and it was a see-saw of results throughout the 6 games. Mohd Rizal emerged with the top score of 1215 whilst Mohamed Ismail scored 1170, securing a silver ahead of

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Singapore rolls off with 2 Gold and 1 Silver on day 1 of the Micron Singapore World Para Bowling Tour Series

July 24, 2019
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The Micron Singapore World Para Bowling Tour Series 2019 starts today as over 100 athletes from ten countries – Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Chinese Taipei, Thailand and Singapore -gather to pit their bowling skills against one another. Setting the tone for the start of the competition, Thomas Nathan Chan bagged a Gold

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