Home
Singapore Events
singapore athletic association

Displaying Monthly Archives: May 2011

singapore athletic association
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Records


Video embed via radialaxis

Mok Ying Ren will now get the nomination nod for his inclusion for the upcoming SEA Games 2011, as the NUS medical student ran a brilliant race in Japan yesterday not only managed to meet the SEA Games bronze qualifying mark, but also break the long-standing 15-year-old 5,000 meter men’s record, pending ratification by SAA.

The new mark now stands at 14:51.09.

The national record previously held by Nadarajan Ganesan whose mark of 14:57.61 set in Köln, Germany back on June 11, 1995 was erased by the 23-year-old Mok in a cold, drizzling venue of Kanagawa, south of Tokyo.

He participated in the Tokai University Time Trials where in Heat six of his 5,000m saw him starting slow at the back of the pack, not before picking up the pace, and ended the race fifth overall.

His final timing better the previous 3rd-place SEA Games result of 14:59.85 set as a benchmark by NSA for athletes to qualify for the SEA Games.

Related Links:
Tokai University Time Trials result

29th May 2011
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Overseas

The recent concluded 2011 Taiwan Open Athletic Championships held between 27-28th May 2011, saw 17-member Team Singapore contingent, comprising of fourteen athletes, and three officials/coach, bringing back home favorable results.

Held at the Kaohsiung National Stadium, saw two national records tumbled (pending ratification by SAA), and two medals haul from our relay teams.

Dipna Lim Prasad improved her women’s 100m hurdles (0.838m) record to a new mark of 14.23 seconds +0.7m/s, while newly-discovered hurdling prodigy Zaki Sapari slashed his personal best in the men’s 400m hurdles (0.914m) to a new National Juniors boys timing of 53.59 seconds.

Related Links:
2011 Taiwan Open Athletic Championships results

Posted by Sha

Update #1

The trial was abandoned and canceled due to the heavy downpour which flooded the competition area.

Posted 11th June 2:32AM


Registration is closed for this trial.


SAA will be conducting throw trials for SEA Games 2011. Information as below:

Location: Nanyang Polytechnic stadium

Date: 1st Jun 2011, Wednesday

Time: Women’s Discus (1kg) 4pm & Men’s Discus (2kg) 4.45pm

Throwers who are interested in this trial, please submit your entries to events@singaporeathletics.org.sg before 30th May 2011, 3pm sharp.

28th May 2011
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

Update #19

Added YouTube video playlist here.

Posted 11th July 2:27PM


Update #18

Rankings for this meet has been uploaded. Check it here.

Posted 11th July 2:05PM


Update #17

Results in PDF format below:

Posted 27th June 8:09PM


Update #16

Congratulation to Stefan Tseng (Triple Jump) & Dipna Lim Prasad (100m/200m) for being the two best performer at the inaugural 1st Singapore U23 / Open Track and Field Championships 2011, and will be nominated by SAA to be sent to the IAAF World Championship (Aug 27 – Sep 4), pending approval by IAAF.

Posted 27th June 4:53PM


Update #15

17-year-old Sean Lim Zi Qing soars to a new height of 4.81m at the inaugural 1st Singapore U23 / Open Track and Field Championships 2011 which established a new national men, national junior & under-19 pole vault record. His previous mark was of his own, previously stood at 4.80m established during National School in March. Note: The record is pending ratification by SAA.

Posted 25th June 8:57PM


Update #14

Day 1 videos of events are being uploaded to SAA YouTube account.
Note:Not all events/participants were recorded.

Posted 25th June 8:57PM


Update #13

Women 100m U23 will be a straight finals.
There will be no preliminary rounds on Saturday (Event 116 9.40am).

Posted 24th June 10:45PM


Update #12

Athletes are to produce identification card to identify as a Singapore citizen or permanent residents.

Posted 24th June 10:44PM


Update #11

Below is the START LIST:

Posted 22nd June 8:18PM


Update #10

Below is the UPDATED SCHEDULE:

Posted 22nd June 9:59AM


Update #9

1st Singapore U23 / Open Track and Field Championships 2011 will be held at TWO locations:

Nanyang Polytechnic stadium: All events, except the below.
Singapore Sports School: Long Jump and Triple Jump

Posted 22nd June 9:59AM


Update #8

Please note that these are the events that we are going to cancel due to the lack of participants.

102

High Jump

Women U23

110

4x100m Semi-Final

Girls Pri

124

100m Hurdles (0.838m) Final

Women Open

126

100m Hurdles (1.067m)

Men Open

135

3,000m Race Walk Final

Women U23/ Open

205

1,500m Final

Men U23

221

400m Hurdles (0.762m) Final

Women U23

222

400m Hurdles (0.762m) Final

Women Open

224

400m Hurdles (0.914m) Final

Men Open

228

3,000m Steeplechase Final

Men U23/ Open

Posted 22nd June 9:59AM


Update #7

Check out the press conference regarding this Championship, read it here »

Posted 11th June 2:56PM


Update #6

Definition of our “Singaporean-only” event:

  • Unattached entries/participant are allowed
  • Singaporean / Permanent Resident
  • Minimum age of 13-years-old

Posted 11th June 1:37PM


Update #5

Top two performer, 1 male and 1 female at this Championships will be selected for “13th IAAF World Championships”. More details.

Posted 11th June 1:41AM


Update #4

Those unable to register online, having problems such as unable to download the team manager lite, you can register via manual entry forms below. Submit to events@singaporeathletics.org.sg:

Posted 8th June 1:45PM


Update #3

Minimum age to participate will be lowered to 13 instead of 16-years-old.

Posted 6th June 8:05PM


Update #2

Best Performance (via IAAF points) prizes have increase from $200 to $500!

Posted 6th June 3:31PM


Update #1

For the U23 Championships, event 132 (Triple Jump Men U23) replaces event 226 (Triple Jump Men Open), while event 226 takes over event 132 slot.

Posted 26th May 2:17PM


Event Registration

To start your registration process, please download the below enclosed ZIP file for the meet details, schedule, registration info and instruction:

SAA uses electronic registration to ease the registration process. After the first registration, you will be able to use the saved database of your athletes’ particulars for future registration of SAA events.

Please be reminded that all entries are to reach Singapore Athletic Association before Monday,13th Jun 2011 at 5pm sharp.

Submission of entries can be done via e-mail: events@singaporeathletics.org.sg. For inquiries, please call 6386-2721.

Information relating to the submission of the entry can be found in the “1st NU23Open” PDF file.

Please also note that only senior weight and height implements are use for all U23 / Open events.


Meet Info

Date: Saturday & Sunday, 25 & 26 June 2011

Location: 1st Singapore U23 / Open Track and Field Championships 2011 will be held at TWO locations:

Nanyang Polytechnic stadium: All events, except the below.
Singapore Sports School: Long Jump and Triple Jump

Posted by Sha

At the recent Malacca Open, 19-year-old Muhammad Zaki Bin Sapari became the fifth Singapore athlete to qualify for 2011 SEA Games after running 54.02 seconds in the men’s 400m hurdles (0.914m) finals to grab gold.

Running only in his fourth 400m hurdles event finals, he met the SEA Games bronze qualifying mark of 54.15 seconds.

Not only he erased the national junior record of 54.66 seconds that has stood for 25-years, pending ratification by SAA, but the last SEA Games 400m Hurdles men qualifier was Mohd Ahshik back in 1993.

The Malaysian state Championship proves to be a breakthrough for the promising junior athlete, and he deservedly earned his SEA Games nomination nod for Palembang.

In its 26th edition, the biennial multi-sport games will be held between 11 to 25th November in Indonesia.

The Republic Polytechnic second-year student has humble beginnings in track. His maiden journey in athletics was made harder by the fact that his secondary school doesn’t have a proper track & field team.

Others would have quit knowing the hurdles that one has to face training and competing on their own, but Zaki preserved.

Started out as a distance runner, he moved down the events ladder. From cross-country, to 800m, then moving on to the quarter-mile, before finally switching to the 400m hurdles event some seven months back.

His recent feat of 54.02 seconds has now ranked him number three on the all-time list for the electronically-timed 400m hurdles event. Perched at the top of that list is still Seah Soo Lye’s 1985 mark of 53.31 seconds, the same person who also holds the men’s national record in the same event which stands at 52.3 seconds, hand-timed.

With a new national junior record under his belt, Zaki Sapri looks to hurdle his next biggest goals, which is the upcoming SEA Games, and also to break the national mark.


Profile

Name: Muhammad Zaki Bin Sapari

Height: 186cm

Weight: 79kg

Date of Birth: 28 January 1992

Current School: Republic Polytechnic

Previous Schools: Qihua Primary School, Evergreen Secondary School

Coach: Mr Tan Wei Leong

Personal Best: 54.02s, 400m Hurdles (0.914m) Malacca Open. 14 May 2011.

Below is an extract of SAA interview with Zaki:


Did your 54.02 seconds effort came as a surprise, or was it an expected result? Share with the readers of your race.

Zaki Sapari: The results didn’t come as a surprise. Basically I had the foundation of a 400m and 800m runner, thus I had the endurance to last.

It all started during IVP 2010 when I won Gold for the 400m hurdles event. I had only trained two days before the IVP competition. It was by chance that I realized my talent in the hurdles.

My coach and other coaches acknowledged that I could break the National Junior record easily with my height and speed. Another coach even told me that I could possibly hit 52 seconds even.

All I needed to do is to improve in my 400m and also my hurdling technique. This groundwork started about a year back.

The reason why I did slow timings previously in my hurdles races was because I wasn’t comfortable hurdling, being that I was still new to it. Mind you, before this I rarely had hurdle training.

As for my race in Malacca, upon hearing “Ke Garisan” (On your mark in English) I took a deep breath as I got down to the starting blocks.

I then said to myself, “This is it”.

I didn’t care about what timing I shall end with, and I didn’t care about who will be the first to cross the finishing line. It’s just me and time itself.

Before the gun went, I prompted again to myself in thought, “It’s either you do or die”. That was my mindset mentality for my run. I didn’t come all the way from Singapore to do a bad timing. No way! I wouldn’t want to waste my long trip up North for nothing.

To my delight I raced as planned.

As I heard the ear splitting sound of the gun I just ran my best. I was assigned the outer most lane. The runners behind me were really intimidating. They looked fast, and my job for the race is not to let them chase me. That was my plan.

The race was close to perfect, but if not for some hurdles that I hurdled too high and the other half of the race I hurdled too far from the hurdle which cost me few precious seconds. Lucky I didn’t hit into any hurdle. That would surely slowed me down.

Just as I hurdled over the last hurdle. I focused my view at a point ahead from the finishing line, the rationale is to continue on running and not slow down.

During the last stretch of the race, I told myself to pump hard at my arm swing, and execute swift high knee action until the end. The lactic-acid build up didn’t deter me. It was all over in 54.02 seconds.

After the race ended I immediately look towards the coaches at the spectators seat, they seemed jubilant after the race. I knew I had run a good race.


Zaki at 2011 SAA T&F Series 3 (3rd April, 55.62s)


Do you need more competitive overseas competitions to aid you in cause to run 54.02s and faster? Locally, do you think there’s enough stiff competition for you?

Zaki Sapari:Most of the races that I ran, I felt really annoyed at every race as there wasn’t anyone to trigger my mentality that someone was going to chase me, or a person who has the caliber to run faster than me to prompt me chasing after the athlete. Both of which I needed to hasten my timings.

The difference compared to my previous races and the recent Malacca Open was that I thought that the runners behind me were really fast. That‘s probably the reason why I ran a faster timing as the previous races like Track Series 4 (Zaki did 55.30s) when I ran alone.

During the track Series 3 at Nanyang Polytechnic (Zaki did 55.62s) I knew what timings my competitors were doing. It subconsciously prompted me to say in my mind, “Why the need to run faster? They’re not going to chase me anyway” . This was what prevented me from hitting a faster time I believe.

With that in mind, yes I do need more competitive overseas competitions to assist me in hitting a better result. My analogy on this if an angry pack of dogs were to start chasing me from a distance, would I give my best to outrun them? Definitely! As the thought of being bitten would spur me to run as fast as possible.


Zaki is also part of the 4x400m relay squad that helped the team to meet the SEA Games qualifying mark on two occasions. (Photo credit: William Wong)


You’ve qualified for SEA Games, so what’s next? Apart from focusing on your SEA Games, what’s your plans and goals for the future?

Zaki Sapari: I’ve to thank God for allowing me to achieve this tremendous feat. Without him I would not have achieved my goals.

Basically after SEA Games I have another year in school before I enter National Service to serve two years. And within this one-year left to NS, it a period of training for which I can’t do much or perform due to time constraints.

I have no idea about what would happen to me after National Service. As I’ve heard experiences from most of my friends who went to National Service only to struggle with their running careers. And when they’ve finished serving their duties, they also shared it was very hard returning to Track & Field.

Those who continued like Kenneth Khoo, deserves my utmost respect. To me he is an athlete whom I look-up truly. I do hope in my own small part, I too will inspire the younger generations to have confidence in whatever they do, with the best of intentions and effort to achieve their goals.


19-year-old Zaki is POL-ITE defending champion in the 400m & 400m hurdles event.


You’re currently have climbed #3 on the all-time E.T. list for 400m hurdles (0.914m) Do you think you’ll go faster in the future? Is breaking the national record of 52.3s HT achievable?

Zaki Sapari: Definitely I could run faster and it’s never in doubt that breaking the National Record can’t be achieved. With proper planning I believe its attainable. When I ran the Malacca 400m hurdles race, most of the hurdles I hurdled over well I was gliding, which actually took a longer time to hit the ground, compared to running over the hurdles which does not break the running rhythm. So there’s room for improvement in my hurdling technique. With more training I believe I can do a better timing with God’s help.


Zaki (#4892) has a personal best of 50.14 seconds in the 400m event. (Photo credit: William Wong)


Tell us how you get started in running?

Zaki Sapari: It all started when my mother ignored my dad’s decision not to allow me to join track. During my primary school days I was quite mischievous. Playing games was all I did, and studying was the furthest thought on my mind.

Luckily for me I managed to get a place in Evergreen Secondary School despite my discouraging results. I then took up interest in running, but my participation gave an impression to my dad that with my newly found CCA that my studies would be affected.

But I promised my dad that I would excel in both track and academia. I kept true to that promise and scored 14 points for L1R4 to enter Polytechnic to further pursue my studies in Diploma in Sports & Exercise Science, with my fledgling athletics career still intact.

My secondary school had a track team, although it was not a popular CCA; rugby was. I brought over some of my fellow athletes to train with me with Sprint Dynamic; a sports consultancy company; as I saw the potential in them. It was their hard work that captured my attention to bring them over. Honestly speaking I’ve never trained with my secondary school mates since I started training with my coach (Tan Wei Leong). I didn’t bother about what my juniors or seniors thought about me in my school because I myself knew what’s best for me. In the end, all my hard work comes to fruition with my school getting the recognition as I won two National medals for them. A bronze for 800m ‘B’ division in 2008, and a gold for the 400m ‘B ‘division in 2009.

Basically track & field have helped me in many ways. In terms of studies, values, and friendship.

My main motivation in track is to inspire the younger generations that it is possible to achieve their wildest dreams. Never give up, never back down.


Zaki at 2011 SAA T&F Series 4 (8th May, 55.30s)


Can you share some insight the kind of trainings that you do per week. And how do you juggle studies with all those workout session. Any advise to student athletes out there.

Zaki Sapari: In Republic Polytechnic, this year all my classes ends at 4pm, and with that I do my own trainings. It depends on the training/competition period, so the speed, gym, speed endurance, maximum strength workouts are dependent on that.

Basically I can’t study if I don’t workout. That’s just me. As with training, studying I believe is about consistency and determination. Both are of the same concept, and complements each other.

To all the student-athletes out there, the student role comes first before the athlete. So that means studies have to come first. If you can’t juggle between track and studies, then you’ll need to have a proper plan to balance the two so that you can perform well in both academically and in sports.

Try to be independent too. If we tend to rely on other people, we will panic if they’re not around. It’s a crutch mentality, and I believe this is the main reason behind my success. For example if I need to strengthen my core, there isn’t need to go for training outside with others. I just set aside space and time for myself at home so that I can do a thousand crunches instead. Simple as that.


Zaki ran the 4x400m event too in Malacca. National men’s 4x400m sprinters won gold in Malacca. From the left Ng Chin Hui, Kenneth Khoo, Zaki Sapari and Firdaus Juhari. (Photo credit: Amirudin Jamal)


How supportive has your family, coach & friends have been in supporting your athletics endeavors.

Zaki Sapari: My parents have been very supportive since I first started training.

I’m more of an independent athlete so I’m used to support and motivate myself. My coach since day one believed in me and have helped transformed a young skinny boy that started out, to a young strong man that I am now.

Everyone has been very supportive and I do appreciate it a lot. Having to train with my friends actually pushes me harder during training. They’ve been my social lifestyle as hanging out with friends of the same goals & ideals is healthy. They not only support me in terms of training but also support me to develop into a better man.

Related Link: Straits Times feature on Zaki

23rd May 2011
Posted by Sha

Last weekend, a group of Singapore junior and senior athletes of thirty one in strength traveled up North to Malacca for the annual Malaysian state Championship. The event was held between 14-15 May at the Hang Jebat stadium. Below are the highlighted performances by our athletes.

Related Links:


54.02s in the Men 400m Hurdles – Md. Zaki Sapari

19-years-old Republic Polytechnic student ran a sublime 54.02 seconds in the 400m hurdles height of 0.914m. That meets the bronze SEA Games qualifying mark of 54.15s, and also effectively put him number three on the all-time list of fastest E.T. timing in the event. Also it’s a new National junior boys record, pending ratification by SAA. The old mark was 54.66 seconds. Read his interview here.


3:18.35 in the Men 4x400m

The quartet of Firdaus Juhari, Ng Chin Hui, Zaki Sapari and Kenneth Khoo lowered the men 4x400m national team season-best to 3:18.35. This timing meets the bronze SEA Games qualifying mark of 3:26.46.


48.78s in the Men 400m – Kenneth Khoo

29-years-old PE teacher Kenneth Khoo lowered his season-best from 49.44 seconds to 48.78 seconds in Malacca. He effectively is now within 5% (48.85s) of SEA Games qualifying mark of 47.53s.


Men 100m – Amirudin Jamal & Gary Yeo

The 100m men finals at the Malacca Championship saw six out of the eight finalist turning out to be Singapore athletes. The head-to-head race saw Amirudin Jamal & Gary Yeo running 10.75 and 10.76 seconds respectively. Both timings are within the 5% (10.76s) of SEA Games qualifying mark of 10.61s. Amirudin Jamal won the race, while Gary grabbed silver.


3:55.36 in the Women 4x400m

The young quarter-mile relay squad of Wendy Enn, Valerie Seema Pereira, T.Piriyah and Dipna Lim Prasad saw the girls lowering their season-best of 3:59.04 to 3:55.36. They nearly shaved off four seconds to be within the 5% (3:55.60) of SEA Games qualifying mark of 3:49.28.


14.68s in the Women 100m Hurdles – Dipna Lim Prasad

20-year-old NTU undergrad ran 14.68 seconds at the Hang Jebat Stadium to be within the 6% (14.73s) of SEA Games qualifying mark of 14.21s in the 100m Hurdles Women (0.838m) event. Prior to Malacca Open, Dipna has ran faster this season at 14.57 seconds.


46.57m in the Women Discus – Wan, Lay Chi

23-years-old throw specialist, Wan Lay Chi is still on the hunt to qualify for the discus event SEA Games. Her 46.57 meters effort in Malacca could only muster a silver, and is now within 6% (46.45m) of SEA Games qualifying mark of 49.12m for Discus Throw Women (1kg). She has thrown further at 46.84 at Thai Open recently, and has qualified for SEA Games in the women shot put event.


22.12s in the Men 200m – Ng Chin Hui

17-years-old Raffles Institution junior ran in the open category. The stiffer competition saw him running a personal best of 22.12 seconds. This is the second time this season that the prodigal sprinter has met the IAAF World Youth qualifying mark 22.58s in the 200m Boys 200m event. The first was his 22.40 seconds effort at the recent National Schools.


Other results by our Singapore athletes

17th May 2011
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

The SAA Track & Field Series number four held on 8th May, moved to Singapore Sports School and Raffles Institution. Below is the highlighted events that made news over the 1-day competition.


16.07m (6kg) in the Boys Shot Put – Wong Kai Yuen

17-years-old Junior Hwa Chong Institution College student improved his old National junior boys shot put record mark by 70 centimeters, pending ratification by SAA. He erased his old 15.37m distance in the last Series 3. With his new effort, he also meets SEA Junior qualifying mark of 13.67m.


41.37m (2kg) in the Boys Discus – Wong Kai Yuen

17-years-old Hwa Chong Institution College student tossed 41.37 meters to meet SEA Junior requirement. The junior athlete crossed the 40.60m qualifying mark of 1.75kg discus weight, with a heavier discus of 2kg in the men open category.


38.01m (1kg) in the Women Discus – Chan Zhi Xuan

17-years-old ACJC student after an impressive form this year that saw her grab the ‘A’ division discus and shot put title in the recent National School, Zhi Xuan continues to shine by meeting the SEA Junior qualifying mark of 34.25m.


14.57s (-0.4m/s) in the 100m Women Hurdles – Dipna Lim Prasad

20-years-old Nanyang Tech University undergrad came close to her national mark of 14.56 seconds in the hurdles women height of 0.838m over the 100m. With this result she creeps closer to the SEA Games qualifying mark. Now it stands within 5% (14.68s) of SEA Games qualifying mark of 14.21s for 100m Hurdles Women (0.838m) .


55.30s in the Men 400m Hurdles – Zaki Sapari

19-years-old Republic Polytechnic student only in his third 400m hurdles event lowered his personal best to 55.30 seconds and effectively within 6% (55.45s) of SEA Games qualifying mark of 54.15s for 400m Men Hurdles (0.914m) .


15:05.98 in the Men 5,000m – Mok Ying Ren

23-years-old National University Singapore medical student came close to running sub-15 minutes as he ran an impressive 15:07.74. The national record stands at 14:57.61. The event was specially held in the evening to not only help Mok to clock better times, but also qualify for SEA Games. The result effectively categories him within 3% (15:07.74) of SEA Games qualifying mark of 14:59.85 for 5000m Men.

Go to “SAA T&F Series 4” page »

17th May 2011
Posted by Sha

Registration is closed for this course. Details on the below course commencement here.


EARLY BIRD SPECIAL!!!

TRACK AND FIELD WORKSHOP FOR COACHES BY MR. GüNTER LANGE

SAA will be offering FREE Track and Fields workshop to the first 20 entries (or by 1st Jun 2011 whichever comes first) conducted by our guest consultant, Mr. Gunter Lange from the 20th June 2011 to the 1 Jul 2011.

Please contact email@singaporeathletics.org.sg to register your interest. Please include your:

Name:
Email:
Contact No:
Coaching qualification(s):

PROGRAMME

The workshop will consist of the following topics:

1. Build Up Phase (BUP) 20 – 28 June 2011
BUP I 15 – 16 yrs old 20 Jun
BUP II 17 – 19 yrs old
Sprints 21 – 22 Jun
Jumps 23 – 24 Jun
Throws 25 – 26 Jun
Distance 27 – 28 Jun
Each participant will take part in 1 day BUPI and 2 days BUPII.

2. Training Planning
Design and planning of Microcycle Construction 29 Jun – 1 Jul

PRE-REQUISITE
Pre-requisite for participating in this course is IAAF Level 1 and NCAP 1.

FEES
Fee for this workshop is $200 per person. Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the workshop.

13th May 2011
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

Download Start List:

Series 4 Pole Vault will be held at:

Venue: Nanyang Polytechnic
Date: 13 May 2011 (Friday)
Time: 4pm – 7pm


View Larger Map

Go to “SAA T&F Series 4” page »

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

Update #5

Read the finalized compilation report of 6th SEA Junior here.

Posted 7th July 9:34AM


Update #4

Photo is of the team at arrival airport location, being addressed by Mr. K. There were about 40-50 plus proud parents and friends receiving them at the airport. Picture courtesy of James Wong.

Posted 20th June 8:24AM


Update #3

Adding media report on the Championship

Posted 20th June 8:24AM


Update #2

Congratulations to our SEA Junior athletes, in their best ever showing for the Championship with four gold, three silver and five bronze medals, plus breaking five age group records.

Posted 19th June 2:56PM


Update #1

Sending-off for our Team Singapore, SEA Junior contingent earlier today at the airport. Present is SAA President, Mr. Tang Weng Fei, parents, officials, coaches & the athletes themselves. Do the nation proud. Photo courtesy of WeiDe Toh.

SEA Junior 2011
Date: 17-18 June
Venue: Jakarta, Indonesia
Strength: 18 boys, 11 girls (15-17 years old) & 7 officials led by Team Manager ANG Kwee Tiang

Posted 15th June 11:33PM


2011 SEA Junior is to be held between 17-18 June 2011, at Jakarta, Indonesia. Singaporean youth and junior athletes born in 1994, 1995 and 1996 (15 to 17-years-old) who meets the below qualifying standard will be selected.


Team Singapore junior athletes who have so far qualified:

Boys

NAME OF ATHLETE

AGE

Event(s)

1

Ang Chen Xiang

17

110mh (0.914)

2

Devaraj, Zachary

16

1000m

3

Muhammad Reyhan Amierul B A H

16

1000m

4

Harrishankar T.

17

2000m S/C

5

Ng Chin Hui

17

400m, 4x100m, 4x400m

6

Timothee Yap Jin Wei

17

400mh, 4x100m

7

Tan Zong Yang

17

4x100m

8

Muhammad Naqib Bin Asmin

17

4x100m

9

Donovan Chan

17

4x100m

10

Lee Hong Yi

17

4x100m

11

Let Jian Jie

17

4x400m

12

Luqman Bin Zamrot

17

4x400m

13

Nicholas Chan

17

4x400m

14

Zubin Muncherji

15

4x400m

15

Teo Yan

17

4x400m

16

Shasi Kumar

17

Long Jump

17

Tan Wei Jie

17

High Jump

18

Wong Kai Yuen

17

Shot Put

18

Wong Kai Yuen

17

Discus

Girls

NAME OF ATHLETE

AGE

Event(s)

1

Wendy Enn

17

1000m, 4 x 400m

2

Soh Rui Min Romaine

17

2000m S/C

3

Shanti Veronica Pereira

15

4x100m

4

Ruelia Nesaranjini D/O R R

16

4x100m, 4x400m

5

Shermaine Yeo Xue Wei

16

4x100m

6

Eugenia Tan

15

4x100m

7

Lynette Goh Hui Yu

16

4x100m

8

Charlene Oh

16

4x400m

9

Ree Tyra Summer

16

4x400m

10

Natalie Wee Yi Shuen

17

4x400m

11

Chan Zhi Xuan

17

Discus

Officials

ANG Kwee Tiang

Team Manager

Margaret Oh

Coaches

Han Zhong Jian

Coaches

Jacter Singh

Coaches

Jana Lauren

Coaches

Dr Chua Wei Liang

Team Doctor

Roxanne

Team Physio


2011 SEA Junior Qualifying Standard

Download the qualifying standard in PDF Downloaded 504 times.

.

singapore athletic association

About Us

SA
Founded in 1934, SA's historic footprints began more than 60 years ago when we opened our doors to Singapore's early athletes at the Farrer Park Stadium. Since then, the SA has toiled and grown, and is now poised to chart new territories for the future. Under the helm of a new dynamic team of volunteers and full-time secretariat, the association will take bold strides to nurture talents and work towards a holistic athlete development and making competitive athletics a viable career, read more »
singapore athletic association
singapore athletic association
singapore athletic association
Go Top ↑
Singapore Athletics (#01-33, 3 Stadium Drive, S'pore 397630) Tel: 6563862721 / Fax: 6563867773 / UEN: S63SS0015L
Total Visitors: