NUS Biathlon provides an opportunity for everyone to compete regardless if you’re a NUS student, staff, or a member of the public. If you’re a trained athlete wanting to push your limits or a newcomer seeking challenges, you’re more than welcomed to join us!
For more information, visit: http://www.facebook.com/nusbiathlon
Since 2013, SunNUS has earned a reputation of being the largest and most anticipated beach event for NUS alumni, students and staff. Furthermore, it is opened to the general public. This fun-filled and exhilarating beach event is guaranteed to bring you a fulfilling and wonderful memories, along with non-stop entertainment on the beach! From the SunNUS Mount Imbiah Challenge to the SunNUS Team Sports Series, be sure there is something for everyone at this spectacular beach event. To top it off, all-day fringe activities and lively stage events will be held to complete your experience!
For more information, visit: http://sunnus.nussportsclub.org
NUS Sports Camp is a freshman orientation camp organised annually by us. The 4D3N camp brings together a diversity of sportsmen and sportswomen from different backgrounds, and advocates the need to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. This camp allows individuals to experience the different sports from our four categories – water, indoor, land and martial arts. Through team-bonding activities, freshmen are bound to have an exciting start to their university life through the strong friendships forged.
For more information, visit: http://www.facebook.com/nussscsc
RunNUS is an annual running event which aims to promote healthy lifestyles among the NUS population and the public. Since its inception in 2007, RunNUS has become one of the biggest events. Above running and having fun, RunNus is also a partner of the NUS Annual Giving Campaign since 2010. Net proceeds from runners’ fees and individual pledges will go toward the Annual Giving Bursary Fund to support financially needy students on campus.
For more information, visit: http://www.facebook.com/RunNUS
Martial Arts Day NUS, or MADNUS (pronounced like “madness“), is a martial-arts themed carnival jointly organised by the martial arts sub-clubs in NUS and proudly supported by NUSSSC. Participants get to play martial-arts themed games, collect proofs of participation, and exchange them for prizes at lucky dip station!
For more information, visit: http://www.facebook.com/nus.MADNUS
Within four weeks, over 3,000 students and staff across faculties and age will come together and compete in close to 20 different sport. IFG is a much celebrated sporting event as it brings together our ten NUS Faculties and Yale-NUS College in a friendly competition for the coveted Tan Chorh Chuan Challenge Trophy.
For more information, visit: http://www.facebook.com/InterFacultyGames