Dear friends of ice skating
This year, the Singapore Ice Skating Association celebrates 25 years of promoting and growing the sport of ice skating.
While we mark our Silver Jubilee, we acknowledge that SISA’s history is intrinsically linked with the history of ice skating in Singapore which actually started in 1974.
And so on this special birthday, we commemorate SISA’s milestones and achievements, as well as pay tribute to the ones who came before us, through a limited edition commemorative book. SISA 25th Anniversary – History of Ice Skating in Singapore.
2023 is especially poignant as Singapore’s only Olympic-sized rink closes this year.
While SISA is working on a new purpose-built ice rink and training facility, there will be a period during which there is no full-sized rink for our athletes. Singapore will also not be able to host competitions which are an important part of athlete development.
It is therefore essential for our skaters to travel overseas for training and competitions.
To support our community, SISA will establish the 25th Anniversary Fund which will provide funding for our skaters, coaches and technical officials through our SISA High-Performance Sport (“HPS”) System to encourage them to continue to pursue their dreams.
We do hope you will journey with us and support our sport as we look back at the history of ice skating in Singapore and as we prepare for the next chapter.
All donations are 2.5 times tax deductible. As a gesture of appreciation for your contribution, all donations of $180 and above will receive a complimentary copy of our limited edition and not-for-sale commemorative book.
Thank you for helping us keep ice skating alive in Singapore, and for supporting our skaters, coaches and officials!
4 December 2022 marks the first edition of the World Ice Skating Day presented by the International Skating Union (ISU).
Simultaneous activities are being taken place all around the world on this very special day! The Singapore Ice Skating Association is very pleased to receive the hosting rights for this inaugural event and with the support of The Rink @ JCube.
With the World Ice Skating Day, the mission is to celebrate the spirit of sport and create an annual global ice-skating festival. We wish to popularize ice skating amongst children and young people and unite people from different communities around the world. This will be a powerful tool to develop ice skating and to pave a path for diversity, inclusion, and fairness.
With this, the Singapore Ice Skating Association is pleased to present you 4 performances for the day:
Session 1: 10.15am by Future Stars & Prelim/Ele skater
Session 2: 12.40pm by Short Track Squad Members
Session 3: 2.55pm by Figure Skating Squad Member
Drop by The Rink @ JCube to show your support and to have a skate on this special day!
The 2022 SISA Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday, 31 October 2022, 6pm in the NSA Meeting Room located at 3 Stadium Drive, #01-33, S397630.
The annual Singapore National Short Track Speed Skating Championships will be held on 30 July 2022 at The Rink @ JCube from 5am - 9am.
Schedule and race information can be found here - http://shorttracklive.info/index.php?comp=723&cat=1&categ=108&m=9&saison=17
Visit https://seaopenfs.com/ for more information!
The seminar will be held on:
Date: 25 February 2022
Time: 6.30pm - 8.30pm (F&B not provided)
Venue: TBC, but within SportSG vicinity in Stadium
Kindly note that entry is strictly by RSVP only. We require your assistance to RSVP here https://tinyurl.com/SISASafeSportSeminar2022 by 11 February 2022. Every individual will have to RSVP their own names (including those in the same household).
You are also required to complete the SportSG-ED digital learning platform online module before attending the workshop - https://www.safesport.sg/training-and-education/awareness-module
We will provide the venue and a confirmation email closer to date with the Safe Management Measures at that point of time.
The Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) has launched the Singapore Olympic Foundation-Peter Lim Scholarship application for this year’s awards on their website – www.sof.sg. Submissions will close on Tuesday, 15 February 2022, 4.00pm (online and hard copy delivered to SNOC).
As we enter into another year of uncertainty, they have taken into consideration the lack of competitions and suitable benchmarks to determine the merit of the applications. As such, they have continued to apply similar qualification criteria for this year so that they can continue to support our athletes and students’ sporting endeavours.
This year’s encouragement awards’ quantum will remain similar to 2021’s so that more recipients qualify. The qualification criteria will still be largely based on the applicant’s household income and a nominal activity in their sports.
In the application form, the applicant is required to obtain endorsements from their schools. For the high performance u18 applicants, there is an accompanying NSA Assessment Form which requires details of the applicant’s coaching, training and competition plans for FY 2022.
For ice-skating athletes applying for the High Performance U18 category, please contact SISA (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 19 January 2022.
All information can be found at www.sof.sg
CONFIRMED EVENT DATE: 26 & 27 March 2022
Update 23 March 2022 - the Official schedule is available:
2022 Singapore National Figure Skating Championship, Basic Skills and Adults Competitions https://www.dropbox.com/s/gf2k3njlj61ezrq/2022%20SNFSC%20and%20Basic%20Skills%20Competitions.pdf?dl=0
2022 Singapore Invitational Competition:
The event specific Safe Management Measure will be released in due time.
Things may be subject to changes, depending on the government COVID-19 measures and any other related matters. Thank you for your kind attention.