Not 'rocket science' to manage athletics

Tang Weng Fei insists he does not have to come back but needs to because "SA is really dysfunctional".
Tang Weng Fei insists he does not have to come back but needs to because "SA is really dysfunctional".

Former chief Tang will run for presidency at SA election and is confident of reviving sport

An old face will contest the presidency at the upcoming Singapore Athletics (SA) election in a bid to take the "dysfunctional" national sports association to new heights.

Former SA chief Tang Weng Fei, 64, who last year said he was mulling a return to the helm, told The Straits Times: "I've been asking (myself) this question: Whether I have to or I need to (come back). I don't think I have to, I've done enough in my total of eight years as president.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 29, 2018, with the headline 'Not 'rocket science' to manage athletics'. Print Edition | Subscribe