In compliance with the latest government measures to combat the spread of Covid-19, classes have now resumed with limited available slots of 10 per session. We have also expanded the number of weekend classes.
Dojo classes are typically near to full capacity during this time and may be maxed out sometimes. Students who are unable to book a slot may still join in our specially programmed Online Strength classes conducted by Coach Glen.
Reach out to us to find out how to participate in both our Dojo and Online classes!
Out on the huge ring-shaped wrestling mat resembling an upsized dart board, the Dillon brothers looked like two pint-sized figurines grappling, as each sought to pin the other for a win.
Watching them grunt, struggle, and toss each other with relative ease, you wouldn’t be able to tell the obstacles they’ve battled to get on the mat. Jonathan, 12, is dyslexic, has eczema, and struggles with trigger fingers occasionally. The younger sibling, Jireh, 9, had been born premature, faced life-threatening growth issues and was often sickly. He even required a tonsil operation to ease his breathing.
Awards and Gallery
2016, SG National Open & Trials, Most Outstanding Kids Wrestling Team
2018 SGCC Kids Team Beach Wrestling
2019 SG National Open & Team Trials, Overall Team Champion
2019 Peter Lim Scholarship award, Jonathan Dillon and Jireh Dillon
2019 SEA Games Women's Wrestling (55KG)
Bronze Medalist, Yap Su Jun
Get in Touch
Tanglin Community Club, 245 Whitley Rd, Singapore 297829
+65 9487 8761