2019 September amend version


1.1 In this Constitution these words shall have the meaning set opposite to them:

a) “Act” means the Societies Act (Cap.311) and any subsidiary legislation made pursuant to the Act.


c) “Constitution” means this Constitution, together with all rules, regulations and/or bye-laws which may be implemented and/or amended by the Association from time to time and such other laws as may be adopted by the Association, including the rules and regulations laid down by the relevant International Association / Federation / Organizations.

d) “Financial Year” means the period from 1 April (current year)…

Following the conclusion of the 2021 National Open & Team Trials, we are pleased to announce the following athletes that have qualified for the 2021 National Team.

Athletes will be notified by E-mail with more information regarding the National Team briefing.

For athletes who did not qualify, you may submit your final appeals to Selection@singaporewrestling.com by 21st May 2021.

Candidates for Development and National Team:

Men’s Senior:


  1. Eu Lee Chung — Empower: Defensive Solutions
  2. Satishwaran S. — Empower: Defensive Solutions


  1. Qayyum Yusoff — Wolfpack Wrestling Club
  2. Ng Han Yit, Ryan — Jagsport
  3. Bryan Tay — SUL Academy
  4. Vredi Yazri — Empower: Defensive Solutions


  1. Tan Long — Meerkats Wrestling…

#Throwback to our very first SG Coach L1 Integrated Coaching Course for Wrestling in 2019. We are proud to be the first National Sport Association to lead the way and incorporate the Theory, Technical and Sport Science components for our coaching program

WFS will be conducting our second run of the SG-Coach L1 Integrated Coaching Course for Wrestling using a blended approach this time — online learning via SportSG-ED and face-to-face lessons.

This allows greater flexibility and autonomy for coaches to acquire relevant learning at any time and place.

Attending this course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to coach wrestling at the beginner level.

This course is also a requirement in order to attain NROC membership status and will replace the need to attend 3 separate courses.

Course Prerequisites*:

  1. At least 2 years of wrestling experience
  2. At least 2…

After much anticipation, the brackets are finally out!

Click on the link below to view your matches:

Brackets, SG Wrestling National Open & Team Trials 2021 — Smoothcomp

We look forward to seeing you all on the mats once again.

SG Wrestling National Open & Team Trials 2021 Competitors’ Schedule is out!

For more details, visit our Facebook event page: http://tiny.cc/Nationals2021

Wrestlers Attire update!

Approved attire for wrestling:

- Red & Blue Wrestling singlets

- Red & Blue doublets

(Red or blue long sleeve rash guards or short sleeved compression top)

(Long or short tights that are matching the top or neutral/black colour)

- NO cotton T-shirts or fight shorts are allowed.


- Only Wrestling shoes or soft flat soled court shoes are allowed.

- Barefoot will be allowed at competitors’ own risk.

The Singapore Wrestling National Open will be held at Toa Payoh Sports Hall this year, on 20th and 21st March 2021.

Registration dates:

Normal registrations are open from now till 5th March 2021.

Late registrations will close by 8th March 2021.

In light of Covid-19 and in the spirit of CNY, we have heavily subsidised the competition entry fees.

WFS affiliated club members, please check with your coaches for the members privilege voucher.

Event Page: https://fb.me/e/hBwqyhNzJ

Registration Link: https://smoothcomp.com/en/event/4398

Olympic wrestling weight classes at the 2021 Southeast Asian Games

A total of 12 weight classes for Men and 6 weight classes for Women will be contested in Hanoi, Vietnam from the 26th — 28th of November 2021.

The weight classes are:

Men’s Greco Roman: 60kg, 67kg, 77kg, 87kg, 97kg, 130kg

Men’s Freestyle: 57kg, 65kg, 74kg, 86kg, 97kg, 125kg

Women’s Freestyle: 50kg, 53kg, 57kg, 62kg, 68kg, 76kg

For more information on our Selection Criteria for the games, please click here.


Based on the International Olympic Council’s Consensus Statement developed in 2016, Safe Sport is defined as “an athletic environment that is respectful, equitable and free from all forms of harassment and abuse (non-accidental) violence”.


  • To protect the interests of athletes, coaches, officials, staff and volunteers in our sport from harassment and abuse.
  • To outline the principles that guide our approach to safeguarding and protecting athletes, coaches, officials, staff and volunteers.
  • To adopt practices and outline standards of behaviour
  • To establish a safe sport culture that is understood, endorsed and put into action by the management committee who work…


The Wrestling Federation of Singapore Whistle Blowing policy aims to provide a means through which employees or members of the public could, in good faith, report any activity that infringes on the Wrestling Federation of Singapore’s code of conduct or violates the law so that the organisation may take up relevant action.


All concerns will be treated in confidence and every effort will be made not to reveal the identity of the staff member making the report if so desired. At the appropriate time, however, it may be necessary to come forward as a witness.


Staff should…

Singapore Wrestling

The Wrestling Federation of Singapore is the governing body for wrestling styles managed under our International Federation, United World Wrestling.

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