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Posted by Sha

All the best to both our sprinter Shanti Veronica Pereira & Coach Luis Cunha at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.

Shanti & Luis departed for Tokyo this morning.

Have a safe flight to Tokyo 🇯🇵, Shanti & Coach Luis ✈️
#Olympics #GoShantiGo

Posted by Singapore Athletics on Saturday, July 24, 2021

Her 200 meter women race is scheduled for 2-August, Monday in the morning.

The startlist to be published soon —> https://olympics.com/…/olympic-schedule-and-results.htm

Go Team Singapore! 🇸🇬

#GoShantiGo

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25th Jul 2021
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Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Olympics

Mr Edwin Tong, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth & Second Minister for Law visited our sprint Queen Shanti Veronica Pereira at Home of Athletics yesterday.

Thank you Minister for your support of our National athletes.

Thank you also Singapore Sport Institute & ActiveSG Kallang Sports Centre for your support too.

[Sprinting to the Olympics 🏃‍♀️]

What does it take to be Singapore’s fastest woman? I visited Tokyo Olympic debutant…

Posted by Edwin Tong on Thursday, July 22, 2021

23rd Jul 2021
Posted by Sha
Filed under ActiveSG, Announcements

Kindly forward any queries at https://members.myactivesg.com/feedback & [email protected].

 

The organizer ActiveSG official statement,

    “Dear Participants of Pesta Sukan 2021 Athletics Competition

    Due to the recent tightening of Safe Management Measures and the return to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), the organisers of Pesta Sukan 2021, Sport Competition, have made the difficult decision to postpone the event. The revised date will be announced soon as we work on revising the event plan.

    We apologise for any inconvenience caused and seek your understanding that this decision was made with the public’s safety as a top priority. While we are disappointed with this development, the safety of our community remains paramount to us as the risk of a cluster forming around these events is presently assessed to be high. During this period, we urge everyone to observe the Safe Management Measures and stay safe.

    – Pesta Sukan 2021 Athletics Competition Organizing Team”

22nd Jul 2021
Posted by Sha
Filed under ActiveSG, Announcements

Kindly forward any queries at https://members.myactivesg.com/feedback & [email protected].

 

The organizer ActiveSG official statement,

    “Dear Participants of Pesta Sukan 2021 Athletics Competition

    Due to the recent tightening of Safe Management Measures and the return to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), the organisers of Pesta Sukan 2021, Sport Competition, have made the difficult decision to postpone the event. The revised date will be announced soon as we work on revising the event plan.

    We apologise for any inconvenience caused and seek your understanding that this decision was made with the public’s safety as a top priority. While we are disappointed with this development, the safety of our community remains paramount to us as the risk of a cluster forming around these events is presently assessed to be high. During this period, we urge everyone to observe the Safe Management Measures and stay safe.

    – Pesta Sukan 2021 Athletics Competition Organizing Team”

22nd Jul 2021
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

Dear coaches,

As part of the national enhanced measures for workers in higher-risk mask-off settings and to further reduce the risk of transmission in these settings, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce has introduced the Fast and Easy Testing (FET) regime. The FET has been progressively rolled out and will be made mandatory from mid-July 2021 for all coaches, instructors and staff, who come into contact with unmasked persons in the course of their work. This segment of the workforce is required to be on a regular FET regime using tests such as the antigen rapid test (ART), regardless of their vaccination status.

To further reduce the risk of transmission, all employees in the Sports and Fitness businesses working in settings with unmasked clients/patrons are required to be placed on a regular Fast and Easy Testing (FET) regime, regardless of their vaccination status. From 15 July 2021, FET Rostered Routine Testing (RRT) will be made mandatory for staff in higher-risk settings.

Go to https://form.gov.sg/#!/60cc6bb4d0a45a0011a66313 for registration for Fast and Easy Testing (FET) for Sports and Fitness businesses for Employer-Supervised Self-Swab (ESSS).

For self-employed persons and small businesses, go to http://www.go.gov.sg/sepfet to register FET at Quick Test Centres.

If you have any further questions on FET that is not answered in the above links, you may contact or email us:

Self-Employed Persons (Sport & Fitness Coaches/ Instructors): [email protected]

Sport Business: [email protected]

Swab Registration System: [email protected]

Thank you and warm regards.
Singapore Athletics

21st Jul 2021
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Featured

Posted 21 Jul 2021

Dear athletes & coaches, we have updated our Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF) document, in-line with SportSG latest advisory (PDF), the main changes are Tightening of Safe Management Measures For Sport and Physical Exercise & Activity Under Phase 2 Heightened Alert 22 July To 18 August 2021.

 


Posted 19 Jul 2021

Dear athletes & coaches, we have updated our Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF) document, in-line with SportSG latest advisory (PDF), the main changes are Calibrated Easing of Safe Management Measures for Sport and Physical Exercise & Activity.

 


Posted 10 Jul 2021

Dear athletes & coaches, we have updated our Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF) document, in-line with SportSG latest advisory (PDF), the main changes are Calibrated Easing of Safe Management Measures for Sport and Physical Exercise & Activity.

 


Posted 20 Jun 2021

Dear athletes & coaches, we have updated our Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF) document, in-line with SportSG latest advisory (PDF), the main changes are Phase 3 (Hightened Alert), from 21 Jun 21.

 


Posted 18 May 2021

Dear athletes & coaches, we have updated our Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF) document, in-line with SportSG latest advisory (PDF), the main changes are individuals who are 18 years (born in 2003) and below.

 


Posted 15 May 2021

Dear athletes & coaches, we have updated our Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF) document, in-line with SportSG latest advisory (PDF), the main changes are 2pax per group.

 


Posted 6 May 2021

Dear athletes & coaches, we have updated our Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF) document, in-line with SportSG latest advisory (PDF), the main changes are HOA capacity remains at 50pax (2 zones), 5pax per group and SA gym is to close from 8-30 May.

 


Posted 8 January 2021

Dear athletes & coaches, we have updated our Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF) document, in-line with Phase 3 re-opening, HOA to increase capacity to 100pax.

 


Posted 19 June 2020

Dear athletes & coaches, we are pleased to welcome you back to training, in a progressive and safe return. Singapore Athletics would like to share our Safe Return to Sport Plan, in preparation for the re-opening of our stadiums in Phase 2. The SA safety protocols will be spelt out in the document that can be found at Singapore Athletics’s Safe Return to Sport Plan (PDF), to guide our stakeholders accordingly.

Athletes and coaches will be guided and duly informed on how they could progressively return to training and competition, in a safe and calibrated manner, in order to reduce the slightest possibility or risk of infection and transmission of the COVID-19 virus during these sessions. The guidelines are for strict compliance and meant to help prepare our stakeholders for the return to normal training after the circuit-breaker.

21st Jul 2021
Posted by Sha

In chronological order:

 


Posted 21 Jul 2021, Wed

Sport Singapore

  1. (Updated 20 July 2021) Tightening of Safe Management Measures For Sport and Physical Exercise & Activity Under Phase 2 Heightened Alert 22 July To 18 August 2021 (WWW)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. Singapore Athletics DTE SMM (WWW)

 

 


Posted 19 Jul 2021, Mon

Sport Singapore

  1. (Updated 17 July 2021) Calibrated Easing of Safe Management Measures for Sport and Physical Exercise & Activity From 14 June 2021 (WWW)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. Singapore Athletics DTE SMM (WWW)

 

 


Posted 10 Jul 2021, Sat

Sport Singapore

  1. (Updated 9 July 2021) Calibrated Easing of Safe Management Measures for Sport and Physical Exercise & Activity From 14 June 2021 (WWW)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. Singapore Athletics DTE SMM (WWW)

 

 


Posted 20 Jun 2021, Sun

Sport Singapore

  1. (Updated 18 June 2021) Calibrated Easing of Safe Management Measures for Sport and Physical Exercise & Activity From 14 June 2021 (PDF)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. Singapore Athletics DTE SMM (WWW)

 

 


Posted 18 May 2021, Tue

Sport Singapore

  1. Updated 18 May 2021 Further Stricter SMM for Sport PE PA (PDF)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. Singapore Athletics SMM (WWW)

 

 


Posted 14 May 2021, Fri

Sport Singapore

  1. Further Stricter SMM for Sport PE PA (PDF)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. Singapore Athletics SMM (WWW)

 

 


Posted 6 May 2021, Thu

Sport Singapore

  1. Stricter Safe Management Measures For Sport And Physical Exercise and Activity (PDF)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. HOA capacity remains at 100pax (2 zones), 5pax per group and SA gym to close from 8-May to 30-May 2021 (WWW)

 

 


Posted 24 Dec 2020, Thu

Sport Singapore

  1. Advisory For Resumption Of Sport And Physical Exercise & Activity For Phase Three (“Safe Nation”) (PDF)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. HOA to increase capacity to 100pax from 28-December-2020 Phase 3 (WWW)

 

 


Posted 26 Aug 2020, Wed

Sport Singapore

  1. Addendum to Advisory for Resumption of Sport and Physical Exercise & Activity for Phase Two — Update on Large Outdoor Exercise Classes (PDF)

 

 


Posted 17 Jun 2020, Wed

Sport Singapore

  1. Advisory for Resumption of Sport And Physical Exercises and Activities For Phase Two (PDF)

 

 


Posted 15 June 2020, Mon

Ministry of Health

  1. Moving Into Phase Two of Re-opening (WWW)

 


Posted 24 May 2020, Sun

Sport Singapore

  1. Advisory on Gradual Resumption of Sport Physical Exercise Activity After Circuit Breaker (PDF)

 

 


Posted 21 April 2020, Tue

Ministry of Health

  1. PM Lee Hsien Loong’s remarks in English, Malay and Chinese on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation in Singapore (WWW)

 

Sport Singapore

  1. Advisory on Tightened Measures on Sport Physical Exercise (PDF)

 

 


Posted 9th April 2020, Thu

Ministry of Health

  1. Stadiums will be closed because people continue to ignore social distancing measures (WWW)

 

Sport Singapore

  1. Temporary Closure Of Activesg Stadiums (WWW)

 

 


Posted 8th April 2020, Wed

Sport Singapore

  1. Updated FAQs For Advisory On Sport And Physical Exercise & Activities For The Control Period Of 7 April 2020 To 4 May 2020 (PDF)

 

 


Posted 5th April 2020, Sun

Sport Singapore

  1. Updated Advisory For Sport And Physical Exercise/Activities for the control period 7Apr-4May (PDF)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. SA gym and storeroom to close 7Apr-4May in compliance with MOH/SportSG advisory (WWW)
  2. SA cancels all national training from 7Apr-4May in compliance with MOH/SportSG advisory (WWW)

 

 


Posted 3rd April 2020, Fri

Ministry of Health

  1. Circuit Breaker to Minimise Further Spread of COVID-19 (WWW)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. SA cease office operations in compliance with MTI advisory (PDF)

 

 


Posted 27th March 2020, Fri

Sport Singapore

  1. Updated Advisory For Sport And Physical Exercise/Activities (PDF)

 

 


Posted 26th March 2020, Thu

Ministry of Health

  1. Annex B – Measures To Prevent Spread Of Covid-19 (PDF)

 

Ministry of Manpower

  1. Advisory on safe distancing measures at the workplace (WWW)

 

Sport Singapore

  1. Updated Advisory For Sport And Physical Exercise/Activities (PDF)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. SA cancels March 2020 and April 2020 events (WWW)
  2. SA gym to comply with MOH’s 1pax per 16sqm (WWW)
  3. SA cancels 28 March to 30 April HOA exclusive booking (WWW)

 

 


Posted 25th March 2020, Wed

Sport Singapore

  1. Advisory For Sport And Physical Exercise/Activities (PDF)
  2. FAQs to the Advisory For Sport And Physical Exercise/Activities (PDF)

 

Singapore Athletics

  1. SA’s Business Continuity Plan during DORSCON Orange COVID-19 Alert (WWW)

 

 


Posted 24th March 2020, Tue

Ministry of Health

  1. Annex B – Measures To Prevent Spread Of Covid-19 (PDF)

 

 


Posted 20th March 2020, Fri

Ministry of Health

  1. Launch of New App for Contact Tracing (WWW)

 

Sport Singapore

  1. Advisory For Sport And Physical Exercise/Activities (PDF)

 

 


Posted 15th March 2020, Sun

Sport Singapore

  1. Considering its patrons’ safety and wellbeing, SportSG enhances precautionary measures (WWW)

 

 


Related links:
Ministry of Health (MOH)
Ministry of Manpower (MOM)
Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI)
Sport Singapore (SportSG)
Singapore Athletics (SA)

21st Jul 2021
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

I am writing this email on behalf of our federation and the organizing committee of 2021 Asian Throwing Championships (Mokpo, Korea) to regretfully inform you that the international part of the championships will need to be postponed to next year.

The organizer has so far put in every effort to host the event ; however with the escalating COVID19 cases recently with delta variant globally and within the country, and even tighter restrictions being imposed by the Korean government, they have concluded that the invitation process for the international athletes cannot begin in the appropriate time frame nor would there be a guarantee that all of them would have completed vaccination to forgo 2-weeks quarantine upon entry to Korea.

Given the pandemic situation, we trust that you will understand our decision regarding the championships.

For your further information, they will however continue to observe the situation and try to host at least the domestic part of the event.

Kind regards,

20th Jul 2021
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Selection Policy Last updated 19 Jul 2021 13:41

Selection Committee:

    Mr Gary Yeo VP (Training & Selection)
    Mr Poh Seng Song (AC Rep)
    Ms Jenny Lim (Singapore Sports School)
    Mr Ghana Segaran (SIA Sports Club)
    Mr Sng Yam Kwee (Victoria School)
    Mr Vincent Quek (Raffles Institution)
    Mr Tho Yow Kin

 

1. General Information

    Singapore Athletics (SA) intends to nominate and recommend athletes to the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) for selection for the 19th Asian Games 2022.

 

2. SNOC’s selection criteria

    6th placing of 2018 Asian Games as per SNOC’s Selection Criteria for 19th Asian Games 2022.

 

3. Qualifying Period

    The qualifying period will be from 1 August 2021 to 31 July 2022.
    (Sanctioned meets & results established under legal wind speed condition)

 

4. Individual events

    A maximum of two athletes for each individual event

 

5. Team events

    One team for each relay event. Six athletes (including 2 substitutes) may be entered for each relay

 

6. Eligibility for nomination

    • Athlete must be a Singapore Citizen and should not be holding dual citizenship if they are above 21 years old, at the time of nomination.

    • Meeting the qualifying mark does not guarantee selection. Final decision on selection will be made by SNOC, as the body that sets the qualification criteria and makes the final selection of athletes for the Games.

 

7. Final list of selected athletes

    It will be decided on 31 July 2022 (subject to Organising Committee timeline).

 

8. Relay Selection (4x100m and 4x400m)

    For the selection of the final 6 runners, SA may organise races for the athletes in the relay training squad to run together under the same race conditions. The Relay Coach will recommend to SA the final 6 athletes for SA’s nomination and the decision to select for the final 4 to race will be decided by the relay coach.

    Athletes selected in final, will be required to (Unless with valid & approved reasons for absence):

      i. Attend all Team Trainings, Briefings and Camps

      ii. Compete at any identified competitions for fitness and performance monitoring

    SA reserves the right to drop any athlete if the athlete is deemed unfit/injured to perform at a competitive level.

 

9 Appeals:

RULE 15 ATHLETE SELECTION STANDING COMMITTEE

    a) Any dispute regarding athlete selection matters may be submitted to the Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee which shall comprise members of the Training and Selection Committee and other individuals, appointed by the Management Committee, whom it considers are competent on athlete selection matters including representatives from the Singapore Sports Council, provided that members of the Athlete Selection Sub-Committee shall not be concurrent members of the Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee.

    b) Any notice of dispute or appeal must be submitted, within seven (7) calendar days of the date of announcement of the selection, to the Honorary Secretary, and the Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee shall convene its first hearing within seven (7) calendar days from receipt of such notice.

Table 1: SA Nomination Standard Asian Games 2022

6th Placing (Unless otherwise stated) from Asian Games 2018.

Men 2018 6th placing

Event

Women 2018 6th placing

10.19

100m

11.43

20.68

200m

23.51

46.17

400m

53.95

13.65

110mH (1.067m for men)

 

 

100mH (0.838m for women)

13.64

50.50

400mH * (0.914m for men & 0.762m for women)

57.48

1:49.05

800m

2:05.50

3:47.84

1500m

4:16.50

14:17.09

5000m

15:52.48

31:28.00

10000m

32:42.08

8:36.60

3000m Steeplechase

9:54.65

2:23:42

Marathon

2:39:28

39.29

4x100m

45.19

3:07.16

4x400m

3:36.73

3:23.59

4x400m Mixed #

3:23.59

1:27:58

20 km walk

1:39:51

4:32:20

50 km walk *

 

7.95

Long Jump

6.27

2.24

High Jump

1.80

16.40

Triple Jump

13.58

5.40

Pole Vault *

3.55

18.59

Shot Put (7.26kg for men & 4kg for women)

15.49

57.62

Discus (2kg for men & 1kg for women)

51.19

78.23

Javelin (800g for men & 600g for women)

53.93

66.81

Hammer Throw (7.26kg for women & 4kg for women)

61.18

7345

Decathlon (Men) / Heptathlon (Women)

5654

* 5th position

# Events scheduled during 2018 may not be featured at the 2022 edition, as it will be at the discretion of the host country.

Related links:
18th Asian Games 2018
17th Asian Games 2014
16th Asian Games 2010

19th Jul 2021
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