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27 October, 2014
The WTA Finals recently concluded on 26 October, with top seed Serena Williams trouncing Simona Halep in the title match to take home the Billie Jean King trophy.
Swinging their hips to the catchy tunes of Bollywood numbers at the Masala Bhangra demo, hundreds of health enthusiasts joined Prime Minister Mr Lee Hsien Loong at the launch of the Million Kg Challenge Season 2.
Red Bull Singapore (Product of Europe) took over the badminton courts with the much anticipated Red Bull Smash Zone challenge!
Touted as the “world’s most thrilling race”, the wildly popular zombie apocalypse race, Run For Your Lives (RFYL) returned to Singapore for its second edition at West Coast Park.
Former Team Singapore veteran Jerry Ng goes beyond the ordinary means of coaching and ignites the passion for softball in generations after.
25 October, 2014
Amidst the excitement of Singapore playing host to the prestigious WTA Finals, national tennis player Sarah Pang is setting her sights on the next major sporting event – the 2015 SEA Games.
24 October, 2014
Team Singapore brings home 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 4 Bronze medals
23 October, 2014
WTA Finals ambassador Li Na visits the Singapore Sports Institute, much to the delight of a group of aspiring young tennis players.
As part of the lead up to the Singapore National Games (SNG) 2014, Sport Singapore (SportSG) will be organising the inaugural Stadium Run to mark the official opening of SNG 2014.
Meet the Tennis Ball Kids. They are energetic teenagers aged 13 to 16. Ball kids aren’t just youths who scramble after balls during a match; most are trained tennis players who have a thorough understanding of the game.