Sports Hub woes: Sport Singapore getting to nub of the hub

SportSG, SHPL working to tackle issues to deliver a 'first-class' facility for Singaporeans

While more than 210 events were held at the Hub last year with over three million visitors, it has come under fire for its less-than-stellar sporting line-up.
While more than 210 events were held at the Hub last year with over three million visitors, it has come under fire for its less-than-stellar sporting line-up. PHOTO: SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB
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National sports agency Sport Singapore said yesterday it is working together with SportsHub Pte Ltd (SHPL) to "get to the nub" of issues that have plagued the Sports Hub, as the two parties work towards making the venue one "that all Singaporeans can be proud of".

The statement was made by a SportSG spokesman, in response to queries by The Straits Times on the overall performance of SHPL in managing the $1.33 billion facility, which opened its doors in June 2014.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 14, 2019, with the headline Sports Hub woes: Sport Singapore getting to nub of the hub. Subscribe