Vision & Purpose
The Singapore Shooting Association (hereinafter referred as the “Association”) is recognized by the Sport Singapore (SportSG) as the national sports association for Shooting and it acts as the national authority in all matters relating to the sport of Shooting in Singapore. The Association is an ordinary member of the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) and is also a member federation of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) as well as the Asia Shooting Confederation (ASC). It is an Institution of Public Character (IPC) with Unique Entity Number (UEN) S65SS0039D and carries out its business normally at the National Shooting Centre (NSC) at 990 Old Choa Chu Kang Road Singapore 699814. The Association is governed by the Constitution and managed by an elected Council consisting of the President, two Vice Presidents, Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer, and up to ten ordinary council members. These elected members of the Council are volunteers from various constituent members of the Association and they normally hold office for a term of four consecutive years. The Council is assisted by a Secretariat whose key role is to provide the day-to-day planning, operational and administrative support to the Association in achieving the stated vision and purpose.
The Association strives to be a World Class Nation in Shooting by creating a vibrant local shooting sport community that (a) endeavors to provide athletes, coaches, officials and sports administrators the opportunities to reach the epitome of the sport of Shooting, (b) enhances the perception and prestige of Singapore Shooting regionally and internationally, and (c) contributes to the building of a sporting nation using Shooting as a launching platform, underpinned by a resilient code of conduct, a robust governance system and an excellent Shooting infrastructure.
The Association pursues a two-fold purpose namely (a) promote the sport of Shooting in Singapore, and (b) achieve podium success in major regional and international competitions. This purpose encapsulates the five constitutional objectives of the Association.