With less than three months to the London Paralympic Games 2012, Singapore’s eight Paralympians who have qualified are being put through their paces in international competitions for their physical and crucial mental preparation.
Singapore will have para-athletes competing in Boccia, Equestrian, Sailing and Swimming from 29 August to 9 September.
On 5 June 2012, the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) and Kids Inclusive Sports Club (KISC) collaborated with Unity Secondary School to introduce modified disability sports to the student leaders during their Student Leader Camp.
News: Team Singapore has been presented the flag they will be flying at the 2012 London Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. The teams were presented the flag at a presentation ceremony at SingTel ComCentre.
Three outstanding youths were accorded the nation's highest youth accolade on Sunday. The Singapore Youth Award recognises significant contributions and achievements by exemplary youths. The winners are third-time Paralympic sailor Mr Jovin Tan, research scientist Dr Yeo Sze Ling, and poet Mr Aaron Maniam. The winners received their awards from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the Istana.
The Kids INclusive Sports Club (KISC) alongside AWWA’s Teach Me services oorganised a badminton workshop, Badminton-lympics, for able-bodied and disabled youths, to promote inclusivity and interaction through the sport of Badminton.