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Supported by Tote Singapore and powered by National Youth Council with major sportswear brand Under Armour as the main partner, Operation Broken Wing 2016 is looking set to be bigger than the first year with more participants joining in more than before. After three months of opening for registration calls, Operation Broken Wing (OBW) makes a stronger return this October with a total of 296 athletes signed up. 


Bigger and better than ever before, this year’s Operation Broken Wing opens up to more fitness enthusiasts and will include fringe activities for non-Crossfit athletes, challenging series of workouts as well as having presence in other cities. After raising more than SGD100,000 last year for youth-at-risk in Singapore, Operation Broken Wing (OBW) makes its return this October and have expanded its program and purpose to other countries such as Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia (Penang and Kuala Lumpur), the Philippines (Manila) and even Australia (Melbourne). On top of that, this year, OBW is seeking more participation as it now open to all fitness enthusiasts regardless whether one is a CrossFit athlete or not.


Reclaiming Lives Through Exercise, Article taken off The New Paper, September 18, 2015

Operation Broken Wing 2015. Article taken off Straits Times, Home Section, 19th September 2015

Using CrossFit to make difference. Article taken off Lian He Wan Bao, 17th September 2015

Radio Interview with DJ Wallace of Love 97.2 for Operation Broken Wing, aired 18th September 2015

Post OBW report. Article taken off VoxSports, full article can be found here
The first CrossFit Charity of its kind. Article taken off In The Loop, full article can be found here
Article taken off Cheryl Tay's Blog, full article can be found here


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