Today, the sporting ecosystem is healthier than before – the nation is playing more sport and society as a whole has a stronger belief in what sport can do for us.
We are heartened to see the nation live better through sport in more ways than one, as we forged meaningful partnerships with like-minded organisations to leverage the collective strength of the ecosystem and benefit the people. Let’s look back at the various highlights of our sporting Singapore over the past seven years:
We launched a variety of initiatives in the last seven years to reach the masses, enable Singaporeans to champion their health and also give back to society. ActiveSG was introduced in 2014 as a "super sports club" and a national movement for sport that reach the masses and rally the nation. Amongst the initiatives is also SportCares, where we aim to empower the underserved and persons with disabilities while our Team Nila volunteers inspire us through their selflessness.
CoachSG was launched to uplift the coaching sector and our Team Singapore athletes have grown from strength to strength on the world stage. Major sporting events continue to entertain spectators and fans alike while connecting the community to participate and enjoy sport in many ways. Our infrastructural development through the years also provided greater access to sport facilities islandwide. More recently in 2017, we launched Active Health – a social movement for health and wellness – that aims to motivate individuals to take ownership of their health and well-being while building social bonds and support through shared interests.
Photo: Aundry Gan
To deliver Vision 2030, Sport Singapore organised itself in the following ways to serve the masses and target segments: