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The 30th edition of the Summer Olympic Games, officially known as the Games of the XXX Olympiad will be held in 27 July to 12 August, 2012 at the Olympic Stadium, London, England.

What: 2012 Summer Olympics

Where: Olympic Stadium, London, England

When: 27 July to 12 August 2012


Updates

  1. Posted 19th JulSingapore Athletes at the Summer Olympics (Athletics Only)
  2. Posted 24th Jan2012 Olympics Qualifying Marks Downloaded 1016 times
  3. Posted 18th Jan – If an NSA does not have any qualifiers it is allowed to nominate one male and one female athlete to the London Olympic Games. We have to send in the names of the best 2 athletes by 16th Jan 2012 to SNOC.

    We have used the:

      IAAF scoring points to rank every athlete’s performances from May 2011 till Jan 16 2012.

    The IOC’s Rules for Unqualified athletes

    1. NOCs for which no male or no female athlete has reached the required qualification standard will be allowed to enter their best male athlete and their best female athlete in one athletic event each, with the exception of the Combined Events, 10,000m and 3000m Steeplechase.
    2. This applies equally to unqualified female entries from an NOC with qualified males, and vice versa.
    3. Acceptance of unqualified entries in Field Events will be at the discretion of the IAAF Technical Delegates, based on the technical standard of the athlete and the numbers of qualified athletes in the respective event. In order to allow the IAAF
      Technical Delegates to assess the technical level of athletes requesting entries through this process, applications must be submitted by NOCs to the IAAF by 15 June 2012. The application must specify the event in which the entry is requested and the proof of the technical level and international participation of the nominated athlete. The IAAF shall subsequently confirm, in writing to NOCs, with a copy to LOCOG and IOC Sport, the approval or otherwise of the entry of the specified athlete(s).

    The 2 Males to be nominated based on the ranking list are:


    1. Stefan Tseng Ke Chen with 15.87m (Jul 2011) at 1033 points for Triple Jump

    2. Yeo Foo Ee Gary with 10.62s (Jul 2011) at 1002 points for 100m


      Gary in Lane 5, orange top.

    The 2 Females to be nominated based on the ranking list are:


    1. Dipna Lim Prasad with 14.23s (May 2011) at 1004 points for 100 Hurdles


    2. Pereira Valerie Seema with 25.32s (May 2011) at 951 points for 200m

    Note:

      (i) If Stefan’s nomination is not accepted (see point 3 above) then Gary will replace him.

      (ii) If for some reason Dipna is unable to go/or if she gets to London and for some reason can’t participate, then we might still have time to replace her with Valerie.

    All other athletes should continue to train and aim to beat at least the “B” qualifying mark. If anyone beats the qualifying mark he or she will replace the nominated male or female.

    Regards,
    VP, Training & Selection
    C Kunalan

  4. Posted 9th Dec – Following a study on the approved Qualification Standards for the Athletics Competitions of the Games of the XXX Olympiad, London 2012 (3 to 12 Aug), the requirements in six event disciplines have been eased. The marks is indicated below with asterisk *.

    Affected disciplines:

    1. 400m men
    2. 400m women
    3. 400m hurdles women
    4. 5000m men
    5. Shot put women
    6. Javelin throw women
  5. Posted 9th Nov – Below are PDF files entailing details of selection guideline, such as qualifying window, stipulations and such.


Qualification

There are 24 men’s events and 23 women’s events – women do not compete in a 50km walk. Nations are able to enter up to three athletes per event provided they have achieved the A standard and one athlete per event if they have achieved the B standard.

The qualifying period for:

  • Marathon, Walk and combined events is from Jan 1, 2011 to July 8, 2012
  • For all other individual events it is May 1, 2011 to July 8, 2012
  • Relay qualification is between Jan 1, 2011 to July 2, 2012.
Men Event Women
A Standard B Standard A Standard B Standard
10.18 10.24 100m 11.29 11.38
20.55 20.65 200m 23.10 23.30
45.30* 45.90* 400m 51.55* 52.35*
01:45.60 01:46.30 800m 01:59.90 02:01.30
03:35.50 03:38.00 1,500m 04:06.00 04:08.90
13:20.00 13:27.00 5,000m 15:20.00* 15:30.00*
27:45.00 28:05.00 10,000m 31:45.00 32:10.00
02:15:00 02:18:00 Marathon 02:37:00 02:43:00
08:23.10 08:32.00 3,000m SC 09:43.00 09:48.00
13.52 13.60 110m H / 100m H 12.96 13.15
49.50 49.80 400m H 55.50* 56.65*
2.31 2.28 High Jump 1.95 1.92
5.72 5.60 Pole Vault 4.50 4.40
8.20 8.10 Long Jump 6.75 6.65
17.20 16.85 Triple Jump 14.30 14.10
20.50 20.00 Shot Put 18.30* 17.20*
65.00 63.00 Discus Throw 62.00 59.50
78.00 74.00 Hammer Throw 71.50 69.00
82.00 79.50 Javelin Throw 61.00* 59.00
8200 7950 Decathlon / Heptathlon 6150 5950
01:22:30 01:24:30 20km Race Walk 01:33:30 01:38:00
03:59:00 04:09:00 50km Race Walk
Top 16 teams 4x100m Top 16 teams
Top 16 teams 4x400m Top 16 teams

* Qualification Standards reduced in six disciplines by IAAF as of 6 Dec 2012

Quota

  • The target number of athletes for the sport of Athletics is 2,000.
  • NOCs may enter up to three athletes for each event on the athletics program, provided they have achieved the A standard. In addition they can enter one reserve athlete for the same event provided he/she has also achieved the A standard.
  • NOCs may enter one athlete for each event on the athletics program if he/she has achieved at least the B standard. In addition they can enter one reserve athlete for the same event provided he/she has also achieved at least the B standard.

Athlete Eligibility

All athletes must comply with the provisions of the Olympic Charter currently in force and only those athletes who have complied with the Olympic Charter may participate in the Olympic Games.

Junior Athletes

Any athlete aged 18 or 19 years on 31 December in the year of the competition (born in 1993 or 1994) may compete in any event except the Marathon and 50km Race Walk.

Youth Athletes

Any athlete aged 16 or 17 years on 31 December in the year of the competition (born in 1995 and 1996) may compete in any event except the throwing events (male athletes only), Decathlon, 10,000m, Marathon and Race Walk.

Athletes Younger than 16

No athlete younger than 16 years of age on 31 December in the year of the competition (born in 1997 or later) may be entered.

Related Links:
Official website
Timetable
Qualification system
Qualifying Race Walk Competitions in 2011
Qualifying Marathon Competitions in 2011

The 14th edition of the IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics will be held in July 10-15, 2012 at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona, Spain.

What: 2012 IAAF World Junior Championships

Where: Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona, Spain

When: 10th to 15th July, 2012

Official website: http://www.bcn2012.org


Updates

Below are PDF files entailing details of selection guideline, such as qualifying window, stipulations and such.


Age Groups

The following definitions apply to the age groups recognised by IAAF:

Youth Boys and Girls: Any athlete of 16 or 17 years on 31st December in the year of the competition.

Junior Men and Women: Any athlete of 18 or 19 years on 31st December in the year of the competition.


Qualification

Preliminary Entry deadline: 10 April 2012 (Midnight Monaco time)

Final Entry deadline: 25 June 2012 (Midnight Monaco time)

Entry Rules

  • A maximum of two athletes from any one Member can compete in each event (with the exception of the Relays).
  • Three athletes can initially be entered per event, provided each has achieved the Entry Standard, but only two will be allowed to compete.
  • Members who have no male and/or no female qualified athletes whom they wish to enter may enter one unqualified male athlete and/or one unqualified female athlete in one event of the Championships (except the Combined Events, 10,000m, 3000m Steeplechase and 5000m Women).
  • Member Federations who have no male and/or no female qualified athlete but whose best athlete excels in a field event, may submit to the IAAF, by the time of the Preliminary Entry deadline, the name(s) of their athlete(s) plus performance(s) they would like to enter in the field events. The Technical Delegates will make the final decision and, to do so, may seek the opinion of the relevant Area Association.
  • If the host country of the World Championships does not have an athlete qualified in an event, it may enter one athlete in these events regardless of any entry standard.

Conditions for validity of performances

  • All performances must be achieved during the period 1 October 2011 to 2 July 2012. Please note that the Final Entries deadline remains three Mondays before the first day of competition, i.e. 25 June 2012.
  • All performances must be achieved during an official competition organised in conformity with IAAF Rules.
  • All performances must be achieved during competitions organised or sanctioned by the IAAF, its Area Associations or its Member Federations. Thus, results achieved at school competitions must be certified by the Member Federation of the country in which the competition was organised.
  • Performances achieved in mixed events (between male and female participants), held completely in the stadium, may be accepted under specific circumstances and conditions (see Rule 147).
  • Wind assisted performances (over 2m/sec) will not be accepted.
  • Indoor performances will be accepted.
  • Hand-timed performances for events up to and including 800m will not be accepted.
  • For Race Walks, road performances will be accepted.
  • For the running events of 200m and over, performances achieved on over-sized

Related Links:
Timetable
Implements

Update #5

Report card on Gary Yeo and Dipna Lim-Prasad performance.

Posted 12th Mar 2012 5:50PM


Update #4


From L-R: Gary Yeo’s parents, Mr. & Mrs. Yeo and girlfriend Ms. Wong, Gary Yeo himself. Coach Viatcheslav Vassiliev. Dipna Lim-Prasad and her parents, Mr. Prasad Shekhu & Ms. Lim Hwee Siam. Mr. James Wong (SAA Chief, Sports Development & Performance). SAA VP of Finance Mr. Wong William was also present but wasn’t in the photo.

The Republic has sent two representative for the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships, Gary Yeo and Dipna Lim-Prasad. They will be accompanied by Coach cum official Viatcheslav Vassiliev.

The indoor games in its 14th edition is to be held at Istanbul, Turkey. The team departed yesterday night and will arrive on March 13th at 6am.

26-year-old Gary will be running the 60 metres event. He is scheduled to run the qualifying round this Friday on the 9th of March at 5:35PM Istanbul time. The SMU undergrad has a personal best of 6.71 seconds in the event.

While our national record holder in the women 100m hurdles, Dipna Lim-Prasad will have another crack in the 60 metres hurdles event. Her debut outing at the Asian Indoor three weeks back running the event, she finished in a time of 9.25 seconds. Dipna will run her preliminaries on Friday too, at 5PM Istanbul time.

SAA President Mr. Tang Weng Fei was unable to make it and send his best regards to the team and wish them all the best at the Championship. He urges them to do Singapore proud.

Note: Singapore is 6-hours ahead of Turkey

Attire kindly sponsored by Adidas.

Posted 7th Mar 2012 9:59AM


Update #3

The below are the top 3 ranked male and female athletes that SAA will be looking at to nominate for the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships (9-11 March).

Men


  1. Stefan Tseng – Triple jump 15.72 1017 points Sea Games

  2. Gary Yeo – 100m 10.64 996 points Sea Games

  3. Lee Cheng Wei – 200m 21.60 981 points Sea Games

Women


  1. Dipna Lim-Prasad – 100m/h 14.44 979 points Sea Games

  2. Shanti Veronic Pereira – 100m 12.37 948 points Series 1

  3. Eugenia Tan – 100m 12.56 916 points Series 1

The athletes above are nominated based on their best recent performance (from Sea Games 2011, SAA Track & Field 6th Series 2011 to SAA Track & Field 1st Series 2012) using IAAF Scoring Tables of Athletics 2012.

SAA will only nominate the best 1 Male and 1 Female and the 2nd and 3rd place will stand by as reserve. For Field event entry, we can submit but it’s still up to the IAAF Technical Committee to confirm with us upon submission if the best athlete is from field event will be accepted.

There’s still another competition, SAA Track & Field 2nd Series 2012 for which athletes can still qualify if they outscored the current nominees.

Posted 8th Feb 2012 3:50PM


Update #2

SAA Training & Selection Committee has set the following condition & criteria for the selection for 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships.

Athlete Eligibility: Singapore Citizen Only

Qualifying Meets for consideration:

  • Sea Games 2011
  • SAA Track & Field 6th Series 2011
  • SAA Track & Field 1st Series 2012
  • SAA Track & Field 2nd Series 2012

Athletes younger than 16 years (on 31 December 2012, i.e. born in 1997 or later), CANNOT be entered in any event.

Wind-assisted performances above + 2.0 m/s will not be accepted

For the running events of 400m and over, performances achieved on oversized tracks will NOT be accepted

Deadline cut off will be on 13 Feb 2012, Monday at 12noon.

Qualifying Mark:

For Men

Event Indoor Outdoor
60 Metres 6.67 10.20 (100m)
400 Metres 46.90 45.20
800 Metres 1:48.00 1:45.00
1500 Metres 3:42.00
or 3:59.00 (Mile)
3:34.25
or 3:52.00 (Mile)
3000 Metres 7:54.00 7:44.00
or 13:19.00 (5000m)
60 Metres Hurdles 7.74 13.55 (110mH)
4×400 Metres Relay No Standard No Standard
High Jump 2.29m
Pole Vault 5.72m
Long Jump 8.15m
Triple Jump 17.00m
Shot Put 20.00m

For Women

Event Indoor Outdoor
60 Metres 7.35 11.25 (100m)
400 Metres 53.25 51.25
800 Metres 2:03.50 1:59.50
1500 Metres 4:14.00
or 4:31.00 (Mile)
4:03.50
or 4:22.00 (Mile)
3000 Metres 9:02.00 8:38.00
or 15:00.00 (5000m)
60 Metres Hurdles 8.18 12.95 (100mH)
4×400 Metres Relay No standard No standard
High Jump 1.93m
Pole Vault 4.52m
Long Jump 6.65m
Triple Jump 14.10m
Shot Put 17.50m

If no athlete met the qualifying mark, SAA will select and nominate 1 Top Ranking Male and 1 Top Ranking Female (Based on IAAF 2011 scoring points on their events). For “wild-card” entry, subject to IAAF approval.

Posted 17th December 5:13PM


Update #1

The 15th edition of the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics will be held in March 9-11, 2012 at the Ataköy Athletics Arena in Istanbul, Turkey.

What: 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships

Where: Ataköy Athletics Arena in Istanbul, Turkey

When: 9th to 11th March, 2012

Official website: istanbul2012wic.org


Qualification

Preliminary Entry Deadline: 9 December 2011 (Midnight Monaco time)

Final Entry Deadline: 27 February 2012 (Midnight Monaco time)

For Men

Event Indoor Outdoor
60 Metres 6.67 10.20 (100m)
400 Metres 46.90 45.20
800 Metres 1:48.00 1:45.00
1500 Metres 3:42.00
or 3:59.00 (Mile)
3:34.25
or 3:52.00 (Mile)
3000 Metres 7:54.00 7:44.00
or 13:19.00 (5000m)
60 Metres Hurdles 7.74 13.55 (110mH)
4×400 Metres Relay No Standard No Standard
High Jump 2.29m
Pole Vault 5.72m
Long Jump 8.15m
Triple Jump 17.00m
Shot Put 20.00m

For Women

Event Indoor Outdoor
60 Metres 7.35 11.25 (100m)
400 Metres 53.25 51.25
800 Metres 2:03.50 1:59.50
1500 Metres 4:14.00
or 4:31.00 (Mile)
4:03.50
or 4:22.00 (Mile)
3000 Metres 9:02.00 8:38.00
or 15:00.00 (5000m)
60 Metres Hurdles 8.18 12.95 (100mH)
4×400 Metres Relay No standard No standard
High Jump 1.93m
Pole Vault 4.52m
Long Jump 6.65m
Triple Jump 14.10m
Shot Put 17.50m

Entry Rules

  • Each Member is entitled to enter up to three competitors in each event of the Championships, provided all have achieved the corresponding entry standard, but only two will be permitted to compete (except the Comined Events and the Relay – see below).
  • For the Combined Events, eight (8) athletes will be invited by the IAAF in the Heptathlon and in the Pentathlon as follows:
  • the three best athletes from the 2011 Outdoor Lists (as at 31st December 2011) limited to a maximum of one per country and
  • the three best athletes form the 2012 Indoor Lists during (as at 20th February 2012)
  • two athletes which may be invited at the discretion of the IAAF
    In total no more then two male and two female athletes from any one Member will be invited.
    Upon refusals or cancellations, the invitations shall be extended to the next ranked athletes in the same lists respecting the above conditions.
    Members whose athletes are invited as above will receive additional quota places accordingly.
  • For the Relays, each Member Federation will be able to enter up to 6 athletes in each team.
  • Members who have no male and/or no female qualified athletes whom they wish to enter in any event may enter one unqualified male athlete and/or one unqualified female athlete in one event except the Combined Events.
  • The acceptance of unqualified entries in the Field Events is at the discretion of the Technical Delegates.
  • Youth athletes (any athlete aged 16 or 17 years on 31 December 2012, i.e. born in 1995 or 1996) CANNOT be entered in the Men’s Shot Put.
  • Athletes younger than 16 years (on 31 December 2012, i.e. born in 1997 or later), CANNOT be entered in any event.

Conditions

  • Performances must be achieved during the qualification period of 1st January 2011 to 27th February 2012 (midnight Monaco time), except for the Combined Events (see above).
  • Performances must be achieved during competitions organised or authorised by the IAAF, its Area Associations or its National Member Federations. Thus, results achieved at university or school competitions must be certified by the National Federation of the country in which the competition was organised.
  • Performances must be achieved during an official competition organised in conformity with IAAF Rules.
  • Performances achieved in mixed events between male and female participants, held completely in the Stadium, may be accepted under specific circumstances and conditions (see IAAF Rule 147).
  • Wind-assisted performances will not be accepted.
  • Hand-timed performances in 60m, 100m, 400m, 60m Hurdles, and 100m/110m Hurdles will not be accepted.
  • For the running events of 400m and over, performances achieved on oversized tracks will NOT be accepted.

Related Links:
Official website
Timetable
Implements
Medals

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Records

A compilation of this year records set by our athletes. Records although indicated here, some are still being ratified by SAA. Revert back if anything is amiss.

Name Event Date Timing/Distance Wind speed Meet/Venue Previous mark Types of record
Rachel Yang Pole Vault Women 16-Jul-11 3.82m N.A. SAA T&F Series 5 / Bukit Gombak Stadium 3.81m (Rachel Yang) National Women
Chan Sheng Yao Pole Vault Boys 16-Jul-11 4.62m N.A. SAA T&F Series 5 / Bukit Gombak Stadium 4.61m (Sean Lim Zi Qing) Under-17 Boys
Qi Hui 10,000m Women (Road) 3-Jul-11 38:09.00 N.A. Great Eastern 10KM women run New Record National Women
Timothee Yap
R.Avinash
Zubin Percy Muncherji
Ng Chin Hui
4x400m Boys 3-Jul-11 3:18.47min N.A. 3rd ASEAN School Games / Choa Chu Kang stadium 3:19.33min
Ng Jia Yuan
Ahmad Nabil Mustafa
 Heng Kai Sheng
Shawn Chua Xian Wei
National Junior Boys
Wong Kai Yuen Shot Put Boys (5kg) 3-Jul-11 18.63m N.A. 3rd ASEAN School Games / Choa Chu Kang stadium New Record Under-19 Boys
Sean Lim Zi Qing Pole Vault Men 25-Jun-11 4.81m N.A. 1st Singapore U23/Open T&F C’ship / Nanyang Polytechnic 4.80m (Sean Lim Zi Qing) National Men, National Junior Boys & Under-19 Boys
Wong Kai Yuen Shot Put Men (7.26kg) 25-Jun-11 14.66m N.A. 1st Singapore U23/Open T&F C’ship / Nanyang Polytechnic 13.59m (Wong Tuck Yim James) Under-19 Boys
Carmel Teo Pole Vault Women 25-Jun-11 3.20m N.A. 1st Singapore U23/Open T&F C’ship / Nanyang Polytechnic New Record National Junior Girls, Under-19 Girls & Under-17 Girls
Chan, Zhi Xuan Discus Girls (1kg) 18-Jun-11 41.07m N.A. 6th Southeast Asian Junior / Madya Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia 36.48m (Asha Mane) Under-19 Girls
Ng Chin Hui 400m Boys 18-Jun-11 47.97s N.A. 6th Southeast Asian Junior / Madya Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia 48.2s (Sinnathambi Pandian) National Junior Boys & Under-19 Boys
Dipna Lim Prasad 100m Hurdles Women (0.838m) 28-May-11 14.23s 0.7 m/s Taiwan Open / Kaohsiung National Stadium 14.56s (Dipna Lim Prasad) National Women
Mok Ying Ren 5,000m 28-May-11 14:51.09min N.A. Tokai University Time trials / Kanagawa, Tokyo 14:57.61min (Nadarajan Ganesan) National Men
Md. Zaki Sapari 400m Hurdles Men (0.914m) 27-May-11 53.59s N.A. Taiwan Open / Kaohsiung National Stadium 54.02s (Md. Zaki Sapari) National Junior Boys
Md. Zaki Sapari 400m Hurdles Men (0.914m) 14-May-11 54.02s N.A. Malacca Open / Hang Jebat Stadium 54.66s (Aljunied Syed Abdul Malik) National Junior Boys
Wong Kai Yuen Shot Put Boys (6kg) 8-May-11 16.07m N.A. SAA Track and Field Series 4 / S’pore Sports School 15.37m (Wong Kai Yuen) National Junior Boys
Chan Zhi Xuan Discus Girls (1kg) 3-Apr-11 40.29m N.A. SAA Track and Field Series 3 / Nanyang Polytechnic 36.48m (Asha Mane) Under-19 Girls
Wong Kai Yuen Shot Put Boys (6kg) 2-Apr-11 15.37m N.A. SAA Track and Field Series 3 / Nanyang Polytechnic 15.26m (Wong Kai Yuen) National Junior Boys
Sean Lim Zi Qing Pole Vault Men 19-Mar-11 4.80m N.A. 52nd National Inter-School Track and Field C’ships / CCK Stadium 4.66m (Mok Hay Foo) National Men, National Junior Boys & Under-19 Boys
Dipna Lim Prasad 100m Hurdles Women (0.838m) 23-Jan-11 14.56s 0.1m/s SAA Track and Field Series 1/ Bukit Gombak Stadium 14.72s (Dipna Lim Prasad) National Women

Related Links:
2010 record breakers

28th Sep 2011
Posted by Sha
Filed under Guides, Local

A PDF guide to nutrition for athletes by IAAF.

Download: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO EATING AND DRINKING FOR HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE IN TRACK AND FIELD Downloaded 773 times

27th Sep 2011
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

Download Top 10 Rankings for:

  • Men Downloaded 3660 times
  • Women Downloaded 2643 times

Updated with below following recent competitions:

  1. 24-25 Sep – Malaysia Grand Prix (Info) Overseas Meet
  2. 7-11 Sep – Commonwealth Youth Games, Isle of Man (Info) Overseas Meet
  3. 10-11 Sep – Negeri Sembilan Open (Info) Overseas Meet
  4. Aug 27 – Sep 4 – 13th IAAF World Championship, Daegu, Korea (Info) Overseas Meet
  5. 27-28 Aug – Asian Inter-City Athletics Meet (Info) Overseas Meet
  6. 20-21 Aug – 73rd Singapore Open (Info) SAA Event
  7. 14-23 Aug – 26th Universiade (Info) Overseas Meet
27th Sep 2011
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Posted by Sha

With the Sports Hub planned to be ready by 2014, SNOC secretary-general Chris Chan was quoted by the media stating his intention, “It makes sense (for us to host the 2015 SEA Games), but there’s not much time. The Singapore Sports Council are talking to us. We have to put in the bid at the SEA Games Federation Council meeting, which is likely to be held on Nov 12 … We’ve always said that we should host 2015 since we pulled out of the 2013 Games the last time”

Poll: What do you think of Singapore bid for SEA Games 2015?

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Overseas

Results of our Singapore athletes in Malaysia, 10-11 September:

Mark m/s Name   Affiliation   Event Remarks
10.56s -2.9 Amirudin Jamal 24 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Final 100m Men 2nd position
10.93s Amirudin Jamal 24 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Semi 2 100m Men 1st position
10.98s Amirudin Jamal 24 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Heat 9 100m Men 2nd position
11.34s Izwan Firdaus 25 yrs Swift Open Heat 9 100m Men 4th position
11.36s Izwan Firdaus 25 yrs Swift Open Semi 3 100m Men 4th position
11.70s Tan Tze Jung 23 yrs NTU Open Heat 10 100m Men 3rd position
11.91s Lim Jing Xing 21 yrs NUS Open Heat 8 100m Men 4th position
13.35s Lim Jun Hong Darrell Nanyang Polytechnic Open Heat 6 100m Men 6th position
14.28s Cheng Sheng Xiang Nanyang Polytechnic Open Heat 5 100m Men 7th position
15.23s Fatin Nadzirah Nanyang Polytechnic Open Heat 2 100m Women 8th position
22.37s Amirudin Jamal 24 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Semi 1 200m Men 1st position
23.35s Izwan Firdaus 25 yrs Swift Open Heat 3 200m Men 2nd position
23.36s Amirudin Jamal 24 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Heat 5 200m Men 2nd position
23.51s Izwan Firdaus 25 yrs Swift Open Semi 1 200m Men 4th position
24.24s Lim Jing Xing 21 yrs NUS Open Heat 4 200m Men 4th position
24.49s Tan Tze Jung 23 yrs NTU Open Heat 6 200m Men 2nd position
24.51s Tan Tze Jung 23 yrs NTU Open Semi 2 200m Men 7th position
25.37s Sughan Nair s/o Ravi Nanyang Polytechnic Open Heat 1 200m Men 6th position
25.40s Kek Jun Xian Nanyang Polytechnic Open Heat 9 200m Men 5th position
28.25s Lau Wan Qi, Gina Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final 200m Women 4th position
28.57s Lau Wan Qi, Gina Nanyang Polytechnic Open Semi 1 200m Women 3rd position
50.54s Lance Tan 24 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Final 400m Men 2nd position
51.23s Lance Tan 24 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Semi 3 400m Men 2nd position
52.57s Lance Tan 24 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Heat 7 400m Men 2nd position
53.67s Md. Shahruddin 33 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Heat 1 400m Men 4th position
54.00s Md. Shahruddin 33 yrs Wings Athletic Club Open Semi 3 400m Men 6th position
54.48s Quek Gian Seng 23 yrs NTU Open Heat 2 400m Men 6th position
55.36s Quek Gian Seng 23 yrs NTU Open Semi 3 400m Men 7th position
58.9s6 Han Jia Ding Nanyang Polytechnic Open Heat 7 400m Men 5th position
4:34.21 min Soo Jian Zhong Gabriel Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final 1500m Men 4th position
51.75s Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final 4x100m Men 6th position
55.70s Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final 4x100m Women 3rd position
3:53.31 min Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final 4x400m Men 5th position
4.70m Edwin Chong Ming Xun 23 yrs Flash Open Final Pole Vault Men 1st position
4.00m Yeo Cheng Hong Alex 17 yrs Flash Open Final Pole Vault Men 5th position
3.60m Ng Kean Mun 46 yrs Flash Open Final Pole Vault Men 6th position
3.30m Justina Chan 20 yrs Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Pole Vault Women 3rd position
11.90m David Christopher Pang Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Triple Jump Men 7th position
11.62m Denes Waran s/o Visanathan Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Triple Jump Men 8th position
9.99m Lim Woon Ching 20 yrs Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Triple Jump Women 3rd position
6.37m Izwan Firdaus 25 yrs Swift Open Final Long Jump Men 4th position
4.44m Lim Woon Ching 20 yrs Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Long Jump Women 4th position
10.19m Ling Cheng Xun, Jeremy Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Shot Put Men (7.26kg) 6th position
12.07m Hannah Lee Shih-Yan 19 yrs Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Shot Put Women (4kg) 3rd position
35.29m Hannah Lee Shih-Yan 19 yrs Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Discus Throw Women (1kg) 2nd position
27.00m Ling Xin Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final Javelin Throw Women (600g) 3rd position
1.90m Daryl Lee Yi Rong 19 yrs Nanyang Polytechnic Open Final High Jump Men 4th position
1.60m Michelle Sng 24 yrs Sek Sukan Bkt Jalil Open Final High Jump Women 4th position
1.55m Neo Yi Wen 23 yrs Singapore Management Uni Open Final High Jump Women 6th position

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Other results of Negeri Sembilan Open 2011

27th Sep 2011
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Results of our Singapore athletes over the weekend in Malaysia:

Mark m/s Name       Event Remarks
11.27s -0.1 Joseph Yuan Weijie 25 yrs Senior National Training Track, Bukit Jalil, KL 100m Men 8th position
50.70s Muhammad Zaki Bin Sapari 19 yrs Junior National Training Track, Bukit Jalil, KL 400m Men 4th position
50.89s Lance Tan 24 yrs Senior National Training Track, Bukit Jalil, KL 400m Men 5th position
45.80m Wan Lay Chi 23 yrs Senior National Training Track, Bukit Jalil, KL Discus Women (1kg) 3rd position

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Other results of Malaysia Open Athletics Grand Prix 2011

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Results of Team Singapore junior athletes as below:

Mark m/s Name   Date Event Remarks
14.16s 5.3 Ang Chen Xiang 17 yrs 13-Sep-2011 110m Hurdles Boys Heats (0.991m) 4th position
14.29s Ang Chen Xiang 17 yrs 13-Sep-2011 110m Hurdles Boys Finals (0.991m) 6th position
39.00m Chan Zhi Xuan 17 yrs 9-Sep-2011 Discus Throw Girls (1kg) 6th position
51.95m Wong Kai Yuen   17 yrs 10-Sep-2011 Discus Throw Boys (1.5kg) 7th position
17.04m Wong Kai Yuen   17 yrs 11-Sep-2011 Shot Put Boys (5kg) 5th position

Official website: www.cyg2011.com

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