Meet your Singapore Disability Sports Awards 2020 Nominees

About the Awards

The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) and Haw Par Corporation are proud to present the Singapore Disability Sports Awards (SDSA) 2020. The awards aim to recognise achievements and contributions made by individuals or groups to the development of disability sports.

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Event E-Booklet

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Nominee Feature | Mark Chay

SDSA 2020 Nominee Feature | Mark Chay

Former Olympian and national swimmer Mark Chay is no stranger to the local swimming scene. Mark has been coaching Yip Pin Xiu since July 2019. Hear his thoughts on being nominated for the Coach (High Performance) of the Year category for the Singapore Disability Sports Awards presented by Haw Par Corporation.Stay tuned for more information as we bring the Singapore Disability Sports Awards (SDSA) 2020 to you 'live' right here on Facebook, on Friday, 7 August 2020.You can show your support for our para athletes and the programmes SDSC run, by giving to Project Rebound, as we look to restart para sports and emerge stronger: https://bit.ly/SDSCProjectRebound#SDSC⁣#SDSA⁣#SingaporeDisabilitySportsAwards⁣#HawPar

Posted by Singapore Disability Sports Council on Thursday, 23 July 2020

Nominee Feature | Dr Ong Joo Haw

SDSA 2020 Nominee Feature | Dr Ong Joo Haw

Dr Ong Joo Haw's deep passion for powerlifting led him to learn more about para powerlifting. Since 2017, Dr Ong has been assisting SDSC as a classifier, where he conducts safety assessments and eligiblity tests to classify aspiring athletes for the sport.Hear what he has to say about his role as a volunteer.Stay tuned for more information as we bring the Singapore Disability Sports Awards (SDSA) 2020 to you 'live' right here on Facebook, on Friday, 7 August 2020.You can show your support for our para athletes and the programmes SDSC run, by giving to Project Rebound, as we look to restart para sports and emerge stronger: https://bit.ly/SDSCProjectRebound#SDSC⁣#SDSA⁣#SingaporeDisabilitySportsAwards⁣#HawPar

Posted by Singapore Disability Sports Council on Wednesday, 29 July 2020

Nominee Feature | Steve Tee Wee Leong & Athlete Competition Partner Ang Kee Meng

SDSA 2020 Nominee Feature | Steve Tee & Ang Kee Meng

Steve Tee and athlete competition partner, and pilot, Ang Kee Meng, have been cycling together since 2017. The pair enjoy a close relationship and are training hard in preparation for next year's Paralympics. The pair have been nominated for the Sportsman of the Year category for the Singapore Disability Sports Awards presented by Haw Par Corporation.Did you know? For tandem para-cycling, a visually impaired athlete, called the stoker, is paired with a sighted counterpart, who is called the pilot.Stay tuned for more information as we bring the Singapore Disability Sports Awards (SDSA) 2020 to you 'live' right here on Facebook, on Friday, 7 August 2020.You can show your support for our para athletes and the programmes SDSC run, by giving to Project Rebound, as we look to restart para sports and emerge stronger: https://bit.ly/SDSCProjectReboundPara Cycling Federation of Singapore#SDSC⁣#SDSA⁣#SingaporeDisabilitySportsAwards⁣#HawPar

Posted by Singapore Disability Sports Council on Friday, 31 July 2020

Nominee Feature | Yip Pin Xiu

SDSA 2020 Nominee Feature | Yip Pin Xiu

Yip Pin Xiu needs no introduction. The three-time Paralympic gold medalist was the first Singaporean to win a gold at the Paralympic or Olympic level.Pin Xiu had a breakthrough year in 2019, which saw her win two gold medals at the 2019 World Para Championships in the Women's 50m and 100m Backstroke S2 events.The Sportswoman of the Year for 2019 shares her thoughts about returning to training and being nominated for the Singapore Disability Sports Awards presented by Haw Par Corporation.Stay tuned for more information as we bring the Singapore Disability Sports Awards (SDSA) 2020 to you 'live' right here on Facebook, on Friday, 7 August 2020.You can show your support for our para athletes and the programmes SDSC run, by giving to Project Rebound, as we look to restart para sports and emerge stronger: https://bit.ly/SDSCProjectRebound#SDSC⁣#SDSA⁣#SingaporeDisabilitySportsAwards⁣#HawPar

Posted by Singapore Disability Sports Council on Tuesday, 4 August 2020

Nominee Feature | Pang Qing Liang

SDSA 2020 Nominee Feature | Pang Qing Liang

Pang Qing Liang is the youngest coach to be nominated in the Coach categories this year (across both the High Performance and Developmental categories). Aged 29, he started his coaching journey just over a year ago, with the goal of wanting to help more archers reach a higher level. Qing Liang enjoys great chemistry with Syahidah Alim. Together, they put Singapore on the World Para Archery map when Syahidah claimed the World Champion title at the 2019 Para Archery World Championships.The former national archer is nominated for the Singapore Disability Sports Awards presented by Haw Par Corporation.We will be bringing the event to you 'live' right here on Facebook, on Friday, 7 August 2020.You can show your support for our para athletes and the programmes SDSC run, by giving to Project Rebound, as we look to restart para sports and emerge stronger: https://bit.ly/SDSCProjectRebound#SDSC⁣#SDSA⁣#SingaporeDisabilitySportsAwards⁣#HawPar

Posted by Singapore Disability Sports Council on Wednesday, 5 August 2020


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