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Singapore Disability Sports Council (Singapore)

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[Singapore Disability Sports Council (Singapore)] image by Ivan Sache, 2 November 2018


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About the SDSC

The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is the national sports body for the disabled in Singapore. It is a voluntary organisation registered with the Commissioner of Charities. Sports for the disabled formed the very cornerstone of SDSC’s existence. SDSC’s goal is to promote, through sports, the well-being of the disabled in Singapore, helping them to live full and independent lives. The Singapore Sports Council for the Disabled (renamed to the Singapore Disability Sports Council in 1985) was jointly founded by the then Ministry of Social Affairs, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, and eight organisations for the disabled on 26th February 1973. Known as the Singapore Sports Council for the Handicapped then, it was registered with the Commissioner of Charities on 24th May 1973.
Ivan Sache, 2 November 2018


Description of logo and flag

The flag of the SDSC is white with their logo. The SDSC logo depicts a burst of energy. The vibrant colours of blue and green represent courage, confidence and indomitable spirit of our athletes. The logo adopts an athletic stance suggesting sports and the attainment of excellence. The arrow motif is a graphic representation of the Chinese character “Li” (strength), while the oval frame represents the fullness of life through sports.
Ivan Sache, 2 November 2018