This weekend, history was made as ONE Championship crowned its first-ever women's world champion and the world's youngest-ever MMA champion.
100 day countdown to the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Singapore (April 16-17). Please find attached a release and photos to announce Japan as the 16th team and Asia’s only representative on the World Rugby Sevens series.
The inaugural One Piece Run 2016 is happening on 6 March 2016 at the Kallang Practice Track. A first for Southeast Asia, Singapore is the second Asian country to host the run after Taiwan.
Singapore rugby surpassed world record for most passes in an hour at rugby hub. The record effort was part of day-long rugby carnival to celebrate next year’s Singapore leg of the HSBC World Sevens Rugby series
The HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens set to rock, ruck and rumble in the heart of Marina Bay business district next Tuesday, 8th Dec 2015. The iconic Asia Square Towers in Singapore’s Marina Bay business district will become a Rugby Hub for the day as everyone is invited to join in this celebration of next year’s HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens.
With the Rugby World Cup 2015 recently ended with the New Zealand All Blacks winning it for a record three times, don't hang your rugby jerseys just yet! Come 16-17th April 2016, the fun and exciting Rugby 7s will be played right here in our National Stadium! But certainly, that is NOT the only thing you should look out for during the event!
The IPTL (International Premier Tennis League) officially announced the players to lead the Singapore Slammers. In a unique scoring format that is unlike the classic point system used by all other major tournaments, the IPTL showcases present champions, renowned legends and rising stars. Heading the team is world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, with the stellar ensemble of Spaniard Carlos Moya, who also once held the world No.1 ranking, Australian Nick Kyrgios, the current No. 25, who has defeated the likes of Rafael Nadal in Wimbledon 2014, Czech Karonlina Pliskova, ranked 12, and Swiss Belinda Bencic, ranked 21.
Cycle Asia Singapore 2015 will be staged from 10-12th April 2015, with the seventh instalment of the event set to include a slew of enhancements aimed at improving the overall participant experience. Event owners and organisers Spectrum Worldwide announced today that public registration for the newly rebranded event will launch on 15 January when Cycle Asia’s ever expanding network of events is also unveiled for 2015.
There are many factors to develop and create of a great football club, a football league or even a national football team. In recent years, Singapore football has struggled to live up to its heydays of the 80's & 90's and have dropped in FIFA rankings (161 out of 199) too. Here are 6 heart truths of what's killing our local football.
So last night's AFF Suzuki Cup 2014 final group match against arch-rivals Malaysia saw Singapore losing 3-1 through some very questionable calls by the referee. But hey, we are not here for some detailed match analysis (you can get those from other football sites), instead, let us tell you why we failed as supporters. Why the Kallang Roar is dead.