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GASG 2017 - Dragonboat racing featured in the Sport competitions. Photo Credit : SportSG

 

Since the launch of the very first GetActive! Singapore (GASG) campaign in 2016, millions of Singaporeans have taken part in sport festivals, mass workout sessions, nationwide sport competitions and much more.

10 May 2016 marked Sport Singapore's media announcement regarding the birth of a new annual tradition in the runup to National Day. This inaugural national event aimed to provide a platform to inspire the Singapore spirit and celebrate our national identity through sport. And the various activities were designed to promote an active lifestyle through fun, exciting and inclusive sporting activities island-wide.

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GASG 2016 - Sport Singapore's media announcement of the inaugural GetActive! Singapore campaign on 10 May 2016. Photo Credit : SportSG

From 2016 to 2019, thousands of volunteers came forth to help manage the running of GASG-related events' booths, stations, sport festivals and help ensure that their fellow Singaporeans had a fun and memorable time. From iconic venues like the Padang and the National Stadium, from Marina Bay to Woodlands, SportSG implemented a nationwide initiative to lure Singaporeans into taking part in a sporting activity (during the GASG period) at their neighbourhood ActiveSG Centres.

Meanwhile, see below for a brief lookback on the GASG campaigns of 2016 to 2019 (GASG 2020-21 took place virtually).

 

GetActive! Singapore 2016

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GASG 2016 - Sport Singapore's media announcement of the inaugural GetActive! Singapore campaign on 10 May 2016. Photo Credit : SportSG

 

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GASG 2016 - Ms Grace Fu (Minister for Culture, Community and Youth) taking part in the workout at the media announcement of GASG 2016. Photo Credit : SportSG

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GASG 2016 - Trying out Ultimate Frisbee at the Sport Festival. Photo Credit : SportSG

 

 

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GASG 2016 - Minister Grace Fu (front row, fourth from left) and Minister Yaacob Ibrahim (front row, in white) pose for a photo during the launch of GetActive! Singapore at the National Gallery on 31 July 2016. Photo: SportSG

 

GetActive! Singapore 2017

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GASG 2017 - Adventure (Rock) Climb segment in Sport Festival at Toa Payoh Swimming Complex. Photo Credit : SportSG

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GASG 2017 - Team Nila Volunteers at a workout session. Photo Credit : SportSG / Dyan Tjhia

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GASG 2017 - Dragonboat racing featured in the Sport competitions. Photo Credit : SportSG

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GASG 2017 - (From L to R) Singapore's football legends Fandi Ahmad and Terry Pathmanathan trying out a game of Subbuteo. Photo Credit : SportSG

 

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GASG 2017 - TeamSG's Olympic Gold medallist Joseph Schooling (1st from Right), with a crowd of 6,000 in attendance for the Sport Hall of Fame. Photo Credit : Team Nila Content Producer, Y.Lee


GetActive! Singapore 2018

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GASG 2018 - Launch at the Padang. Photo Credit : Team Nila Content Producer, Suki Singh

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GASG 2018 - Mr Baey Yam Keng (Member of Parliament, Tampines GRC) in a workout session with neighbouhood residents at Waterway Point. Photo Credit : Team Nila Content Producer, Eugene Lim

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GASG 2018 - Participants took part in Aqua Aerobics sessions. Photo Credit : SportSG

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GASG 2018 - Teams competing in Sepak Takraw which was part of the Singapore National Games. Photo Credit : SportSG

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GASG 2018 - Participants at the Inclusive Sport Festival. Photo Credit : SportSG


GetActive! Singapore 2019

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GASG 2019 - Launch at the National Stadium. The heart formation symbolises GASG 2019’s focus on care for others, community-mindedness, encouragement for one another and building a cohesive society. Photo Credit : SportSG

 

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GASG 2019 - Volleyball competitors at Pesta Sukan. Photo Credit : Team Nila Content Producer, Eric Koh

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GASG 2019 - Kayaking enthusiasts at a Sport Festival. Photo Credit : SportSG

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GASG 2019 - Nurture Kids event at the National Stadium.  Photo Credit : SportSG

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GASG 2019 - Changi Airport Recreation Club's players, competing in the Football Festival. Photo Credit : SportSG

 

GASG 2022 sees the return of the full festival in person and at various venues islandwide. Do check here for a list of the various exciting activities and entertainment programmes, which will get underway, following the official launch on Saturday, July 30 at the OCBC Square (next to Kallang Wave Mall). 

See You there, Singapore :) 

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