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.
Nomination has closed. We are pleased to announce that we have received 49 nominations across the 9 award categories. Congratulations to all nominees.
Please download the full list of nominees for SDSA 2020 from here.
Meet some of your nominees here.
Download the E-Booklet for the Singapore Disability Sports Awards presented by Haw Par Corporation here.
To create a heightened sense of awareness among the general public, SDSC will be introducing a public voting component for the Contributor Category (i.e. Coach (High Performance); Coach (Developmental); Community Impact (Volunteering); Community Impact (Events and Initiatives).
Public voting will be open for the period of one week, from Wednesday, 8 July 2020 to Wednesday, 15 July 2020. Here’s how your vote will count. Every unique ‘like’ on the nominee’s photo will count towards a vote (only for Contributor Category). Each person can vote for different nominees in the same award category.
Each person must also like SDSC’s Facebook page for each ‘like’ on the nominee’s photo to be valid. Scores will be tabulated as of Wednesday, 11.59pm, 15 July 2020.
Public voting will count towards a percentage of the nominee’s overall score.
View the full album here: https://bit.ly/SDSA2020NomineesPhotos
The SDSA 2020 is a celebration of our athletes’ achievements and contributions made to disability sports by the community. The past few months have been riddled with uncertainty. As our athletes return to training, we seek your kind support to lend words of encouragement to them. If you are able to, please donate to the SDSC under Project Rebound. SDSA 2020 is the first event under Project Rebound – where we hope to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic even stronger. More information about Project Rebound is available here. Thank you very much for your support.
The Singapore Disability Sports Awards (SDSA) was brought back in 2019, after the last Sports Awards had been held more than a decade ago in 2008. The only other time that the achievements of the para sports community were recognised was in 2014, when SDSC had given out a set of Outstanding and Meritorious Achievement awards as part of its 40th anniversary.
With the commitment made in 2019 to continue holding the SDSA every year, SDSC remains committed to celebrating the achievements of the wider para sports community. This will allow us to recognise the efforts of the support system of coaches, volunteers and partners, and provide an opportunity to celebrate moments from the past year. In doing so, we hope the stories will inspire greater awareness for para sports and inspire other persons with disabilities (PWDs) to be open to the idea of participating in sports.
View the full list of past winners below:
|Award||2019 Winner||2020 Winner|
|Sportsman of the Year||Muhammad Diroy Bin Noordin||Eric Foo Ming De|
|Sportswoman of the Year||Yip Pin Xiu||Nur Syahidah Alim|
|Team of the Year||Boccia BC3 Pairs|
1) Lim Yu Fei, Faye
2) Nurulasyiqah Binte Mohammad Taha
3) Toh Sze Ning
Athlete Competition Partners:
1) Chew Zi Qun
2) Lim Boon Ghee
3) Nur Azizah Binti Ahmad Rumzi
|Tenpin Bowling Pairs:
1) Eric Foo Ming De
2) Muhammad Farhan Bin Ismail
|Sportsboy of the Year||Toh Wei Soong||Toh Wei Soong|
|Sportsgirl of the Year||Maisarah Binte Mohamed Hassan||N.A.|
|Coach of the Year (High Performance)||Alex Ang Yock Seng (Swimming)||Pang Qing Liang|
|Coach of the Year (Developmental)||Hansen Bay (Goalball)||Muhammad Abdul Razak Bin Mansor|
|Community Impact Award (Volunteering)||Choh Ssu Yee Wendy||serendipET|
|Community Impact Award (Events & Initiatives)||Amputee Support Group||Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore|
|Lifetime Achievement Award||Frankie Thanapal Sinniah, PBM, BBM||Henry Tan|
View our photo album from SDSA 2019 here.