Winners of Singapore Sports Awards 2019

From left to right: Constance Lien, Martina Veloso, Joseph Schooling, Muhammad Hazim

14 May 2019

Singapore, 14 May 2019 – The finalists of the Singapore Sports Awards 2019 and members of the sporting fraternity gathered at Orchard Hotel this evening to celebrate and recognise the achievements of our athletes and to those who helped shaped Sporting Singapore.

Organised by the SNOC and Sport Singapore (SportSG), and supported by the Tote Board group comprising Tote Board, Singapore Pools and the Singapore Turf Club, the Singapore Sports Awards 2019 honour the most deserving individuals and teams in sports for the year 2018.

Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Speaker of Parliament and President of the Singapore National Olympic Council, graced the event as the Guest of Honour to present the awards to the deserving winners.

The winners of the Singapore Sports Awards 2019 are:

Best Sports Event of the Year (Local)

M1 Asian Netball Championships 2018 

Best Sports Event of the Year (International)

FINA Swimming World Cup Singapore 2018 Presented by Yakult

Sports Journalist of the Year

Sazali Abdul Aziz (The Straits Times)*

Best Sports Photo of the Year

Lim Weixiang

Sportsboy/Sportsgirl Team of the Year (Event)

Choo Yi Xuan & Kyra Poh
Indoor Skydiving – Dynamic Two-Way Team
FAI World Cup of Indoor Skydiving 2018

Team of the Year (Event)

Nur Azlyana Binte Ismail
Nurhanishah Binte Shahrudin
18th World Pencak Silat Championship

Team of the Year (Team Sport)

Floorball Men’s Team

Coach of the Year

Sheik Alau’ddin Bin Yacoob Marican (Silat)

Sportsgirl of the Year

Constance Lien (Jiu-Jitsu)

Sportsboy of the Year

Muhammad Hazim Bin Mohd Yusli (Silat)

Sportswoman of the Year

Martina Lindsay P Veloso (Shooting)

Sportsman of the Year

Joseph Isaac Schooling (Swimming)

*During the 2019 Singapore Sports Awards that was held on 14 May, Dilenjit Singh from The New Paper was announced as the winner. Representatives from the judging panel then alerted SportSG to a possible mistake on Wednesday, 15 May. Upon investigation, SportSG confirmed that the winning articles were matched to the wrong journalist. This was an administrative error by a member of the SportSG staff. The award ceremony’s auditor, KPMG in Singapore, was not involved in this part of the process.