Fandi Ahmad Appointed Head of Elite Youth

Fandi Ahmad will be the FAS’ new Head of Elite Youth, the organisation announced in a media statement last Saturday (23 Nov). The announcement quashes rumours that Fandi was considering offers from overseas clubs. Currently the head coach of the Singapore Premier League’s Young Lions team and the national Under-22 team competing in the SEA…
30 Nov 2019 1 min read

Two in Two for Singapore Netball at SEA Games

The Singapore netball team won their second consecutive game on Wednesday (Nov 27) with a convincing 62-38 win over Brunei, the 2017 Games bronze medallists. The Bruneians, though, made Singapore work for the win. They took a 4-1 lead early in the first quarter of the match, and precise shooting and resolute defending helped them…
28 Nov 2019 1 min read

Return to Glory: Sailor Victoria Chan Aims for Olympics

Chan has her eyes set on qualifying for the Olympics for the first time, despite last competing four years ago.  The 2011 SEA Games sailing gold medallist made no promises about getting gold at this edition in the Philippines, but instead will use it as a testing bed for her Olympic dreams.  The Asian leg…
24 Nov 2019 2 mins read

U-15 International Challenge Cup Set to Test Local Youth

Talented youth from Japan, Australia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore will battle it out in the fourth edition of the Under-15 International Challenge Cup, organised by the Football Association of Singapore. The teams will compete in two groups of four from 23 to 29 Nov, with all matches played at Singapore Sports School, except for…
22 Nov 2019 1 min read

Netball World Cup: Tough Lessons Learned for Singapore

A single point made the difference between gold and silver at the quadrennial Netball World Cup held in Liverpool in July. In a nail-biting final that kept spectators on the edge of their seats, New Zealand upset holders and 11-time winners Australia 52-51. At the post-match conference, New Zealand coach Noeline Taurua said, “It has…
5 Aug 2019 3 mins read

New Transgender Rules Draw Ire from Olympic Champion Semaya

Female transgender athletes must now lower their testosterone levels by half, further restricting the rules for hyperandrogenous competitors such as South Africa’s double Olympic 800 meters champion Caster Semenya. Under new regulations introduced by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Council, transgender athletes are no longer required to be recognised by law in their…
22 May 2019 1 min read
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