Singaporean para-athlete barred from Games over doping

A Singaporean para-sprinter has been barred from the Commonwealth Games after failing a doping test, officials said on Saturday. Khairi Ishak, who was due to compete in Friday’s T47 100m final, tested positive before the Games and did not travel to Australia, Singaporean media said. “We were informed by Anti-Doping Singapore that Mohammad Khairi Bin ...

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Following Pacquiao, former EPL star Michael Owen invests in Singapore-based cryptocurrency startup

Following Pacquiao, former EPL star Michael Owen invests in Singapore-based cryptocurrency startup

Former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker Michael Owen is launching a cryptocurrency in his own name, joining other famous sportsmen including Manny Pacquiao in a new...

Malaysian badminton pair to be probed in Singapore for match-fixing

Malaysian badminton pair to be probed in Singapore for match-fixing

Two Malaysian badminton players are being investigated for suspected match-fixing by the sport’s governing body and could be banned for life if found guilty, a sports...

Cool runnings too as Malaysia, Singapore take up Winter Olympics challenge

Cool runnings too as Malaysia, Singapore take up Winter Olympics challenge

In tropical Malaysia and Singapore, Winter Olympics medals are rarer than snowflakes — but a dedicated group of athletes are hoping to change that as they make their...

Singapore Open suspended due to lightning storm

Singapore Open suspended due to lightning storm

US Masters champion Sergio Garcia had his game interrupted for the second day running at the Singapore Open as a lightning storm halted play at the Sentosa Golf Course on...

Singapore to host WTA Finals for last time in 2018

Singapore to host WTA Finals for last time in 2018

Singapore will host the elite WTA Finals for the last time in 2018, organizers said Wednesday, ending the season-ending tournament’s run in the city-state. The $7 million...

National marathoner Soh Rui Yong gives S$500 from Standard Chartered prize money to Kenyan runner

National marathoner Soh Rui Yong gives S$500 from Standard Chartered prize money to Kenyan runner

National marathoner and two-time SEA Games champion Soh Rui Yong recently made headlines as the first Singaporean to hit the finish line at the Standard Chartered Singapore...

Singapore revokes citizenship of ‘football match-fixer’

Singapore revokes citizenship of ‘football match-fixer’

Singapore Thursday revoked the citizenship of a Mali-born footballer for allegedly being a member of a global match-fixing syndicate, authorities and reports said. Local media...

Singaporean powerlifter, 18-year-old Matthew Yap, breaks 2 world records at Asian Championships

Singaporean powerlifter, 18-year-old Matthew Yap, breaks 2 world records at Asian Championships

Singaporean powerlifter Matthew Yap, who powerlifted about three times his body weight to set a new squat world record at the World Classic Powerlifting Championships in June...

Maximum fine slapped on Hash House Harriers runner who sprinkled flour at Woodleigh MRT station

Maximum fine slapped on Hash House Harriers runner who sprinkled flour at Woodleigh MRT station

In his attempt to mark out a route for his fellow members in the Seletar Hash House Harriers running club, Tay Yong Kwang inadvertently caused a security scare at Woodleigh MRT...