Muhamad Ridhwan made history on 9 April by becoming the first Singapore male to win the World Boxing Association Asia Featherweight Championship title after beating Indonesia’s Waldo Sabu. The accomplishment even drew praise from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who said it was “inspiring” to see Ridhwan
There were plenty of eye-catching sporting moments from the past week, including a missed dunk from LeBron James and the shortest press conference ever held. Yahoo Singapore picks out a selection. Widely regarded as the best player in the NBA today, LeBron James showed that even the best can mess it
Lavin Raj (in white) averaged 9.3 points and 3.7 rebounds over three games in SEABA 2017. A member of Singapore’s national basketball team has drawn interest from a Philippine college after some impressive performances in the recently concluded Southeast Asia Basketball Association tournament in Manila
You’ve just finished a 10km race or a half marathon, and your whole body is feeling the burn right after crossing the finish line. How do to ensure that your body recovers adequately from the experience? Dr Lim Mui Hong, an orthopaedic surgeon at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital shares five observations
There were plenty of eye-catching sporting moments from the past week, including an incredible bicycle kick own-goal. Yahoo Singapore picks out a selection. Swiss midfielder Adrien Gulfo scored a bicycle kick that he will probably remember for life for the wrong reasons. The Pully Football player,
There were plenty of eye-catching moments from the NBA playoffs this past week, including Bradley Beal’s comical flop as well as a couple of altercation in the Celtics-Wizards matchup. Bradley Beal committed possibly the worst flop in NBA this year against the Celtics. In Game three of the NBA Eastern
There were plenty of eye-catching sporting moments from the past week, including a manager in Argentina who almost turned into the Incredible Hulk. Estudiantes coach Nelson Vivas ripped his shirt in rage after being sent off. Nelson Vivas, manager of Argentina top-flight club Estudiantes, had his hulk-like
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling clocked 1:56:45 to finish second in the 200m butterfly in the Arena Pro Swim Series at Atlanta, Georgia on Monday morning (8 May). It was Schooling’s first competition in a long course pool after a poor outing at theNational Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) swimming
PFA Young Player of the Year Dele Alli has giving Tottenham fans’ dreams plenty of reasons to cheer with his recent exceptional form for the club. After scoring 17 goals in 33 appearances this season, he took up the role of ambassador for Tottenham’s adopted children’s charity, Rays of Sunshine. Alli
Team LKT won a clean sweep in the FAS elections. Lawyer Lim Kia Tong was voted in as the new president of the Football Association of Singapore after Team LKT won the first FAS elections on Saturday (April 29). Of the 44 affiliates, 30 voted for Lim’s slate, while 13 voted for Team Game Changers, led
The FAS elections are taking place on Saturday (29 April) at the Black Box auditorium at the Singapore Sports Hub against the backdrop of a Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) probe into alleged misuse of club funds.
There were plenty of eye-catching sporting moments from the past week, including two big blunders from goalkeepers in Denmark and Bolivia. It is tough being a goalkeeper. In his team’s Danish Superliga match against SønderjyskE, the 32-year-old had a largely uneventful game with his team dominating
The first-ever Football Association of Singapore (FAS) leadership elections will take place on Saturday (29 April) against the backdrop of a Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) probe into alleged misuse of club funds.
Hong Kong’s Eastern Long Lions celebrate winning Game 4 of the ABL finals while Singapore Slingers’ Justin Howard falls on the ground in dismay. In the second overtime period, with Game 4 on the line, the Singapore Slingers weren’t able to come up with the goods. In yet another close game that featured
The Singapore Slingers squandered the opportunity to wrap up the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) finals on home court.
There were plenty of eye-catching sporting moments from the past week, including a massive blunder from a goalkeeper and some crowd trouble in Europe. Yahoo Singapore picks out a selection.
The Singapore Slingers are determined to wrap up the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) finals at the OCBC Arena and win the elusive title on home court.
The raids conducted at the premises of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) and three local football clubs on Thursday (20 April) revolve around a controversial $500,000 donation from Bill Ng, an FAS presidential hopeful.
The premises of Tiong Bahru football club were raided on Thursday afternoon (20 April) following a police report filed by Sport Singapore (SportSG) over the alleged misuse of funds at the club.
Sport Singapore (SportSG) has filed a police report against Tiong Bahru FC, owned by Bill Ng, over a suspected misuse of funds.
Tiong Bahru FC chairman Bill Ng is openly inviting government agencies to inspect his club's accounting records.
In a historic match at the National Stadium on Tuesday 13 June, Singapore will face Argentina in an international friendly.
A tennis match between Frances Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger had an unexpectedly X-rated interruption at the Sarasato Open in Florida on 19 April.
Sport Singapore (SportSG), the governing body of local sports, has called on the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) to give an explanation on how it used donations.
Winston Lee (third from left) has been the FAS secretary general since 2008. Hougang United chairman Bill Ng revealed that he donated about S$850,000 to the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) but did not know what happened to the money. The businessman who is running for president in the upcoming