[Community Games 2013]
My bad, for this is a super back-log, in March.
Thanks to Community Games & Physical Abuse, I attended my first ever Zumba Dance class.
I always love dancing and was so excited to go for the Zumba Dance class.
I thought it was just normal dance class, and I was so damn wrong. ><
Nope, it wasn't bad or what,
Zumba Dance is a latin-inspired dance-fitness program.
You practically dance non-stop for the 1 hour session.
It might be simple moves, but it was so tiring for me!
I ended up giving up half way through.
2 Havelock Road 2HR #01-28/29, Singapore 059763
+65 6536 5580
Monday - Friday : 7am to 10pmSat/Sun & Public Holiday : 8am to 8pm
The Community Games 2013 (CG 2013) is a multi-sports competition held across the island, bringing the Games to the heart of the community and connecting residents of different ages, races and living across estates. CG 2013 is organised by the People’s Association and Community Sports Clubs, with support from the National Sports Associations of the sports to be featured. The sports featured under CG 2013 are Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Dragon Boat, Football, Netball, Road Run and Sepaktakraw, Swimming and Table Tennis. CG2013 will be taking place from March to June at various facilities across Singapore.
The objectives of the CG are: (a) Develop a strong and inclusive sporting culture with passion and enthusiasm from all walks of life; and (b) Enhance social cohesion and community bonding, linking people through mass participation and involvement. To help achieve the objectives of CG, the “All C.A.R.E. Teams” concept is introduced for both Games, with an aim to use community sports as a Channel to bridge and bond residents of different Ages, Races and Estates. In general, a team must consist of members of different ages, races and living in different estates to participate in the Games. The teams will compete at the cluster-level tournaments for Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Football, Netball, Sepaktakraw and Table Tennis. For Dragon Boat, Road Run and Swimming, the participants/teams will compete at National Level.
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