Kickboxing Federation of Singapore (KFS) recognised as National Sports Association (NSA) by Sport Singapore
Sport Singapore officially granted the status to Kickboxing Federation of Singapore after years of hard work
A great accumulation of hard work, building up the sport since 2018 by Singapore Kickboxing pioneer and President of Kickboxing Federation of Singapore (KFS), Mr Jason Lim.
Kickboxing is a modern contact fighting sport created on the basis of many traditional martial arts and is currently seeing an increased popularity globally.
Since WAKO (World Association of Kickboxing Organizations) was granted provisional status by the IOC (International Olympic Committee) on 30 November 2018, KFS has taken significant steps to spearhead more Kickboxing activities in Singapore.
KFS has organised the Singapore Kickboxing Championships 2019 and sent athletes to the WAKO World Kickboxing Championships 2019. The team has set their sights on giving back more to the community and creating more avenues for competition in 2020 and beyond.
Mr Jason Lim shares, “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Sport Singapore and SNOC (Singapore National Olympic Council) for this monumental achievement. Their advice and support have been extremely invaluable in building our Federation to what it is today.”
“We’re engaging the community at various levels. Youth, adults, seniors and even the special population. Kickboxing truly is a sport that does not discriminate but empowers all.”
Official recognition letter from Mr Todd Vladich, Director (National Sports Association Capability Development) at Sport Singapore