A programme to illustrate the difficulties faced by the less-fortunate Singaporean with disability, this new docu-drama gives you an educational and medical insight of these individuals’ conditions and an opportunity to see how each of them succeeds in overcoming the odds to truly inspire themselves and others.
It wasn’t a typical celebrity homecoming. There were neither screaming fans nor hulking security guards present. Yet it seemed that all other elements were there: the media, the flowers, and most importantly, the love and adoration of those awaiting the arrival of Theresa Goh, Lim Keng Joo, Yip Pin Xiu and Dr Wong Meng Ee.
We are greatly encouraged by the recent discussions on similar rewards for athletes with disability, in recognition of their achievements at the 9th FESPIC Games. We would like to thank the writers for your interest and support towards disability sports.
Bonn, Germany - The 2006 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming
World Championships came to an end on Friday after seven days of top-level
competition. The event was held in Durban, South Africa, under the
organization of Disability Sport South Africa.
Singapore sent a contingent of 39 athletes to compete in the KL '06 Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled (FESPIC) and they returned with 17 medals (See Medal Tally here ) on the 2nd of December to the National Stadium.
SDSC is pleased to announce that after 6 gruelling days of competition, Singapore has finished the 9th Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled (FESPIC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with an official overall medal tally of 7 gold, 5 silver and 5 bronze medals.
After 6 days of competition, Team Singapore has returned from the 9th Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled (FESPIC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with a grand medal tally of 7 gold, 5 silver and 5 bronze medals. Overall, Singapore is ranked 11th from a total of 46 countries.