Placing youths at the centre of the Olympic movement. 

That is International Olympic Committee Vice President Ng Ser Miang’s vision as he challenges for the most powerful job in sports.

The 64-year-old Singaporean is one of six candidates vying for the IOC presidency.

With a majority of the world’s population are youths under the age of 25, Ng Ser Miang wants to focus and place importance on the youths.

For the youths to have an opportunity to join the olympics and experience a global exchange of sports.

Even in Singapore, we want to support the younger generation to give them a platform to reach to their fullest potential.

Mr Ng has a tough fight ahead of him. There are five other candidates running for the IOC presidency, including the hot favourite and fellow IOC Vice President Thomas Bach of Germany.

Active Red is in full support of Mr Ng. and wish him the very best in the upcoming IOC Presidency Bid!

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