Singapore Coach Medallion

What is the Singapore Coach Medallion?
Sport Singapore believes that Sport has the power to inspire the Singapore Spirit and sports coaches hold the key to the positive sporting experiences of Singaporeans young and old. They are the multipliers and one of the key levers of the Vision2030 project.

Instituted in 2019, the Singapore Coach Medallion (SCM) celebrates inspiring sport coaches who are role models whose contributions, commitment and pursuit of excellence have made a significant, sustained positive impact on the Singapore Sporting Ecosystem as well as the lives of Singaporeans through Sport.

Nomination Criteria

nomination criteria
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all current NROC coaches who have been coaching for at least 5 years and are actively coaching in the past 1 year at any level (Eg. Schools, Community or High Performance). Do note that past SCM Recipients will not be eligible.

Singapore Coach Medallion Process

Singapore Coach Medallion Past Recipients

SCM Community Coach Recipient, Mr Kanan Packrisamy, in action at CCAB Hockey Pitch with his SCC charges
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SCM High Performance Coach Recipient, Ms Lim Chea Rong focusing on her discussion with her Sports School shooting athlete

Bai Li Hua

SCM Youth Coach Category Recipient, Ms Bai Li Hua, briefing her Sports School badminton athletes on the training program for the session


SCM High Performance Coach Recipient, Mr Mohamad Hosni Bin Mohamad, exploring creative ideas with medicine balls together with his athlete in training


SCM Teacher Coach Category Recipient, Mr Arumugam Kaliappan, organising and briefing his football athletes before a game

Jing Jun Hong
SCM High Performance Coach Category Recipient, Ms Jing Jun Hong, carefully observing her elite table tennis athletes in action at training
SCM High Performance Coach Recipient, Mr Mohammad Fiqri, discussing and exploring various combat tactics with national silat athletes
SCM Youth Coach Recipient, Mr Pedro Edmundo Soto Acuna, challenging his Sports School athletics athletes with multidisciplinary, movement skills and plyometrics with a deliberate intent to develop dexerity on both sides
SCM Teacher Coach Recipient, Mr Sanjay S/O Radakrishna, having a discussion with 4x100m school relay athletes
SCM High Performance Coach Recipient, Mr Bill Lee Wei Liang, sharing some tips with his elite kayaking athletes on the ergometer

Singapore Coach Medallion Recipients




Cheong Peng Chin Winson, ActiveSG Volleyball Academy Coach, Various School Teams Coach

Mohammad Isa Bin Abdul Halim, Head Coach at ActiveSG Football Academy, Singapore Sports School Coach

Pang Qing Liang, Head Coach of National Youth and Para Archery Team



Community Coach Category:
Mr Kanan Packrisamy, Singapore Cricket Club Hockey Coach and Current National Developmental Hockey Team Coach

Teacher Coach Category:
Mr Arumugam Kaliappan, Former Allied Educator at Guangyang Secondary School, Current Operations Manager at Assumption English School
Mr Sanjay S/O Radakrishna, Current Teacher and Subject Head/ CCE at Northbrooks Secondary School

Youth Coach Category:
Ms Bai Li Hua, Former Badminton Coach at Singapore Sports School
Mr Pedro Edmundo Soto Acuna, Former Athletics Coach at Singapore Sports School

High Performance Category:
Ms Jing Jun Hong, National Women's Table Tennis Head Coach
Mr Bill Lee Wei Liang, National Sprint Kayak Head Coach
Mr Mohammad Fiqri, National Silat Coach
Mr Mohamad Hosni Bin Mohamad, National Para-athletics Coach
Ms Lim Chea Rong, Shooting Head Coach at Singapore Sports School

Tell us more!

Do you have an inspirational story to share about your coach?

CoachSG would like to hear more about these inspirational stories and meaningful impact that coaches have been making on the ground working with parents, athletes, and shareholders.

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Submission Details

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Submission Deadline
16 July 2021
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Notification of Confirmation
30 July 2021

To Note

All proposals will be evaluated by the Conference Organising Committee. Proposals submitted after the deadline may not be considered. The Conference Organising Committee reserves the right to make the final decision to approve the presentation.

All presentations will be 30 min inclusive of 10 min of Questions & Answers (Q & A). If you have a special request pertaining to the duration, you may let us know. English will be the language for all presentations.

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