Singapore Athletics' Constitution under review, move could delay election of new leaders

Singapore Athletics' vice-president (competitions organising) Loh Chan Pew and president Ho Mun Cheong at a press conference on May 5, 2017. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Singapore Athletics (SA), which has seen its leadership plagued by infighting in recent years, is due for an election of new office holders next month but this process could be delayed.

The association wants to review and change the SA constitution, which could postpone the biennial election due to be held by June 30.

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