Athleticians hoping to win Olympic medals often encounter huge financial obstacles. Training and competing at elite level requires years of dedication and sacrifice, with only a small fraction eventually landing podium positions at major international competitions. But the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) has devised a system which rewards medal winners with cash prizes in order to recoup their investment and keep training.
The 2023 LIV Golf Singapore prize pool stands at $25 Million, with a winner’s share of $4 Million according to its prize money payout chart. Cameron Smith, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau all make an appearance in this final event of 14-event LIV Golf series.
As well as receiving cash prizes, shortlisted winners will have access to the Vogue Singapore x BMW Innovation Prize accelerator program. This four-week intensive boot camp features experts handpicked by Vogue Singapore who will offer guidance in areas like digital innovation, creative direction, design, brand storytelling and more.
As with the previous edition, this year’s ceremony will include performances by musicians and artists as well as a green carpet for five winners to walk down, led by Prince and Princess of Wales. Furthermore, for the first time, Earthshot Week – comprising global leaders, businesses, investors as well as The Earthshot Prize Winners and Finalists – will convene in Singapore to explore exciting opportunities with The Earthshot Prize Winners and Finalists who seek tangible action to repair our planet – will host this award ceremony as well.
Players pay $1 and select six numbers with hopes that one of the eight jackpot combinations matches. The total prize pool averages approximately $2.8 million dollars with games taking place twice each week; odds of winning the jackpot may be low; nonetheless it remains an attractive opportunity for anyone who loves gambling to try their luck at becoming instant millionaires.
On April 18, the inaugural Dr Alan HJ Chan Spirit of Singapore Book Prize was launched with a prize pool worth $30,000. Established by University of Social Sciences Singapore (SUSS), it seeks to recognize books that embody values central to Singaporean identity – such as equality, diversity, religious harmony, meritocracy, pragmatism and resilience. Winners will also have an opportunity to speak at an event hosted by SUSS and gain speaking rights for an event hosted by them; submission deadline is July 30; for more information visit website here and winners will be announced August 1.