Press Release
BAS Skills Challenge 2021


SINGAPORE – 19 December 2021. The BAS Skills Challenge Finals, organised by Basketball Association of Singapore (BAS) and sponsored by Rigorer Singapore was held in Singapore Basketball Centre on Sunday, 19 December 2021.


The objective of the Skills Challenge is to encourage Singaporeans to experience competitive basketball in a different way and also to stay active.


The Skills Challenge registration were at $30 per team (2 players), with no restrictions on age, gender, or nationality in the team's composition (the minimum age to participate is 13 years old). Each participant was also given a Rigorer T-shirt.


In collaboration with our event sponsor - Rigorer Singapore, to encourage Singaporeans to restart and enjoy basketball safely. The Skills Challenge was uniquely created with intuitive rules, easy to understand, and suitable for people of all ages and abilities. The stations and flow are crafted such that players only require half a basketball court to navigate the stations. Recreational players can use the setup as a fun activity with their friends, while competitive players can test their skill level. There were no restrictions gender, or nationality in the team's composition (the minimum age to participate is 13 years old). Each registered participant was also given a Rigorer T-shirt.


BAS would like to thank National Institute of Education and Nanyang Technological University, for the collaboration to create the Skills Challenge instructional video. And also, to thank the donors - 

JLB Consulting, Grit esports and Argent Asia Consulting for sponsoring the cash prizes for the event.


This first ever basketball skills challenge saw over 190 participants during the preliminary held on 11 and 12 December 2021, competing to qualify into the Top 8 teams for the finals.

Minister Edwin Tong, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth & Second Minister for Law, graced the event finals on 19 December 2021, as the Guest-of-Honour and was also the prize presenter at the prize presentation ceremony.

The winners are as follows:

Top Team

1st: Speedy Boyz (Reuben David Faustino Amado & Chan Qi Feng)
2nd: Powerpuff Girls (Mark Tan Hon Leon & Kenzo Seah Jia You)
3rd: Qian Xi 1 (Lim Jia Min & Lim Rui Jia Alanna)

Top Individuals

1st: Lopez Aaron Absalon (Team Filo)
2nd: Reuben David Faustino Amado (Team Speedy Boys)
3rd: Kenzo Seah Jia You (Team Powerpuff Girls)

Top Performing

Male (14U): Artificio Miguel Joaquin Legaspi (Team Filo)
Female (14U): Shannon Lau Xuan Wen (Qian Xi 4)
Male (16U): Tian Zhiyi (Team GT)
Female (16U): Lim Yan Ning Alicia (Team KA)
Female:  Amanda Lim (Siglap Black)

About Basketball Association of Singapore


Basketball Association of Singapore (BAS) is the national governing body for men's and women's basketball in Singapore. BAS is recognised by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) as the governing body for basketball in Singapore. BAS is responsible for the management of Singapore national teams in international events, as well as developing and growing the sport across all levels in the country.



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