'Sport will take centre stage again': S'pore sports leaders welcome SportSG's takeover of Sports Hub

Singapore Athletics (SA) president Lien Choong Luen believes that under SportSG's leadership, there is a strong likelihood more events will be held at the Sports Hub. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Several national sports association leaders have welcomed the news that Sport Singapore (SportSG) is going to take over the management of the Singapore Sports Hub.

Singapore Rugby Union president Terence Khoo believes that "sport will take centre stage again" with the national agency taking control of the multi-purpose facility.

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