Tag: Singapore


Spatial issue shadow on Singapore racecourse

Horse racing will end in Singapore

The space-starved island State of Singapore is bringing the curtain down on more than 180 years of horse racing with its sole racecourse set to be handed back to the Government to make way for public housing. ‘CNN’ stated that the final race at the Singapore Turf Club will be the 100th Grand... » Read more


Populous initial designs for Singapore project

Singapores new integrated sports community introduced

Celebrated design studio Populous (US) has announced the preliminary designs for a major community sports and entertainment precinct, the Toa Payoh Integrated Development in Singapore, and the same have been revealed to the public for the first time by Sport Singapore (SportSG). ‘Populous’... » Read more


Singapore to host 2025 World Aquatics show

Singapore to host World Aquatics 2025

Singapore will host the World Aquatics Championships in 2025, making it the first Southeast Asian country to do so, the World Aquatics governing body announced on February 9th. ‘cna’ stated that the World Aquatics was formerly known as the International Swimming Federation or FINA before it was... » Read more


Maiden Olympic Esports Week host Singapore

First Olympic Esports Week in Singapore

On November 16th, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) confirmed that its inaugural Olympic Esports Week will take place in Singapore between June 22nd and June 25th, 2023. The announcement marks the next major step in supporting the development of virtual sports within the Olympic Movement... » Read more


Singapore to host basketball show in a row

Singapore continue to be FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup

After a successful Federation Internationale de Basketball Amateur (FIBA) 3×3 Asia Cup 2022, the FIBA 3×3 Asia Cup will take place in Singapore for the next three editions (2023, 2024 and 2025). ‘FIBA 3×3’ stated that just two months removed from the 2022 edition, which featured... » Read more


Singapore Sports Hub change of guard

High costs for terminating PPP at Singapore Sports Hub

The full cost of terminating the public-private partnership (PPP) for the Sports Hub (Singapore) is projected to be S$2.3 billion, said Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Edwin Tong in Parliament on August 1st. ‘cna’ quoted Tong as stating in a ministerial statement about the sporting... » Read more


Singapore Sports Hub new owner SportSG.

Government will take over ownership of Singapore Sports Hub

The Government agency Sport Singapore (SportSG) will take over the ownership and management of the Singapore Sports Hub in Kallang (Singapore) from December 9th, with plans to make it more accessible to the broader community in Singapore. The ‘cna’ stated that announcing this on June 10th,... » Read more


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