Year: 2017

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Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation enters Singapore Record Books.

The Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation (CSTSF) managed to get into the Singapore Book of Records on 30 December after it managed to get 203


1 S.League. 4 sets of rules? May the farce be with you.

Nothing new here, but Singapore football looks set to continue its farcical ways.


Don’t milk 2019 for political capital.

By Jose Raymond Singapore’s Bicentennial in 2019 is historic for the country and for all Singaporeans – young and old, native and new citizens, from

Opinion Sports

To be effective, TAFEP needs a backbone.

The Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices’ (TAFEP) response to media queries in relation to age restrictions in Singapore’s profesional football league for

Opinion Sports

Age restrictions are discriminatory.

The Football Association of Singapore’s (FAS) proposal to force S.League clubs to dispense of the services of some older players is discriminatory.

Happenings Sports

42-years old. Doctor. Olympian. MMA fighter. Now, May Ooi wants an Asian Games gold medal.

Mixed martial arts fighter May Ooi is a doctor, an Olympian and is now fighting in the ONE Fighting Championship circuit in the straw-weight division.


Singapore is worse than Brunei, says former Blackburn and DPMM coach Steve Kean

Outgoing Duli Pengiran Mahkota Muda (DPMM) FC of Brunei coach Steve Kean believes Brunei is in a better footballing position than Singapore.


2XU. No, thank you.

Apparel brand 2XU’s cancellation of a sponsorship with the Singapore Athletics (SA) has left the brand facing flak over its reasoning.


Let athletes decide when they should retire: Singapore icon Ang Peng Siong

Singapore swimming legend Ang Peng Siong asserted that athletes should be allowed to decide when to retire and the decision should not be left to

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