With travel out, parents turn to sports to keep kids entertained and engaged during school holidays

At the Community Play Day and Sports Development Series organised by the Singapore Sports Hub, children get to try sports like spike ball and cycling. PHOTO: SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB
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SINGAPORE - Before the pandemic hit, Raoushan Shahir Ruhul, 12, had been looking forward to visiting Sweden for a floorball camp and tournament with the Youth Floorball Academy (YFA) this month.

The academy has had a partnership with Swedish Super League champions Storvreta IBK since October 2019 and was set for a two-week training stint in Uppsala, which included competing in the Storvreta Cup.

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