Silat Towards Olympics

A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE ON HOW TO MAKE PENCAK SILAT A COMPETING SPORT IN SUMMER OLYMPICS 2032.

Silat Towards Olympics Presentation
 

APSIF Visit to Countries

Countries Visited

1. South Korea - 19 to 27 August 2015 
Report on South Korea
2. Cambodia - 16 to 18 September 2015
Report on Cambodia
3. Cambodia - 17 to 21 November 2015
Report on Cambodia
4. India - 14 to 17 December 2015
Report on India
5. Azerbaijan - 31 January to 5 February 2016
Report on Azerbaijan
6. Kashmir, India - 01 to 05 April 2016
Report on Kashmir, India
7. Toronto, Canada - 07 to 13 April 2016
Report on Toronto, Canada
8. Turkmenistan - l9 June to 02 July 2016
Report on Turkmenistan
9. South Korea - 01 to 11 September 2016
Report on South Korea
10. Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan - 17 to 20 November 2016
Report on Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
11. Colombo, Sri Lanka - 20 to 23 March 2017
Report on Colombo, Sri Lanka
12. Chinese Taipei, Taiwan - 25 to 29 April 2017
Report on Chinese Taipei, Taiwan
13. South Korea - 20 September to 03 October 2017
Report on South Korea
14. Cyprus and Russia - 22 to 29 October 2017
Report on Cyprus & Russia

2016

2nd Asian Pencak Silat Champion
&
1st World Sports School Pencak Silat Championship 2016

Championship Summary

 

Championship Summary

Launching of Silat Towards Olympics

In conjunction of 2nd Asian Pencak Silat Championship and 1st World Sports School Championship, Singapore Silat Federation took this opportunity to also launch a project that we have been working on – Silat Towards Olympics.

Chaired By: CEO of Singapore Silat Federation and President of Asian Pencak Silat (APSIF),
Mr Sheik Alau’uddin Yacoob Marican, PBM

Launched By: Guest of Honour, MP of East Coast GRC , Mr Lee Yi Shyan
Witness By: President of European Pencak Silat Federation, Mr Aidinal Al-Rashid
President of Singapore Silat Federation, Mr Abdullah Shafiie Bin Mohamed Sidik


 

1st Asian Pencak Silat Federation Congress


 

  Full Report on Congress
 

In Attendance:


1. Mr Sheik Alau'ddin Yacoob Marican, PBM
President of Asian Pencak Silat Federation
2. Mr Aidinal Alrashid
President of European Pencak Silat Federation
3. Mr Mohamad Yasrin Mohamad Yasil
Treasurer of Asian Pencak Silat Federation
4. Ms Nur Fazlin Juma'en
General Manager of Asian Pencak Silat Federation
5. Mr Aziz Djurabaev
Chairman of Central Asia, President of Uzbekistan Pencak Silat Association
6. Mr Hyungki Cho
Chairman of East Asia, President of South Korea Pencak Silat Federation
7. Mr Mohamad Iqbal
Indian Pencak Silat Federation
8. Mdm Tu Le Na
Vietnam Pencak Silat Federation
9. Ms Kyoko Soda
Japan Pencak Silat Association
10. Mr UK Heisela
Cambodian Pencak Silat Federation
11. Mr Homayoun Khorram
Iran Pencak Silat Association
12. Dian Cahyono
Ikatan Pencak Silat Indonesia
13. Shaik Wahid Ali Shintu
Bangladesh Pencak Silat Association
14. Suhartono
Pencak Silat Association of Thailand



 

2011

Launching of APSIF


Singapore
The launching of Asian Pencak Silat Federation was a success without major difficulties.

Launching of Asian Pencak Silat Federation was in conjunction with the 1st Asian Pencak Silat Championship 2011 that was on-going from 15th to 17th April 2011.

Second day of competition for morning and afternoon sessions proceed as per scheduled. Afternoon session matches ended at 1600 hours, to give way to our local artistes to entertain and make performance for the audiences. The entertainment also was a building up program to the launching.

Our Guest-of-Honour (GOH), Assoc. Prof. Dr. Faishal Ibrahim, MP for Marine Parade GRC, at the same time who is also Singapore Silat Federation’s Advisor-in-Chief reached launching venue at 1650 hours. Dr. Faishal was welcomed by the “Kompang” group and welcoming Silat performance at the entrance.

GOH was brought up to the stage. Followed by National anthem and opening do’a.

Speech was given by the President of Asian Pencak Silat Federation, Mr. Abdullah Shafiie Mohd Sidik, BBM.

Right after the speech, it was followed by the unveiling and officially set-up of Asian Pencak Silat Federation.

15th – 17th April
1st Asian Pencak Silat Competition
Singapore