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(1) All athletes (through their respective coaches) who had made known their request for selection for any particular Meet, will be ranked.

(2) Ranking will be by the Priority Tier System (PTS).

    (i) Using the PTS we will rank each athlete within his/her category of Meets (E.g: 2012 Meets where only Seniors are invited. The 2012 Asian Junior Championships. The 2012 SEA Youth Championships).

    (ii) PTS will be in effect for 2012/2013 Seasons.

(3) SAA’s final nominations and selection will be based on the quota given by the host country.

(4)

    (i) Athletes’ results from July 1 2011 till June 30 2012 will be used for consideration for any Meet scheduled from 1 Jan 2012 till June 30 2012.

    (iii) Athletes’ results from Jan 1 2012 till June 30 2012 will be considered for Meets that are scheduled from 1 July 2012 till 31 Dec 2012.

(5) Priority Tier System (PTS)

(6) Names of Athletes who meet the above criteria will be submitted to the TRAINING & SELECTION COMMITTEE for consideration to be selected for the respective the Meets:

(7) Co-payment Scheme & Self-Funded Categories:

    (i) Athletes who are not in Tier 1 or Tier 2, may submit their requests for participation in such Meets. The Training & Selection Committee will study the merit of each submission and decide on extent of co-payment or self-funding.

    (ii) SAA will reimburse the air ticket (economy class) for athletes who travel under the co-payment and ‘self-funded’ categories, if he/she meets the respective qualifying mark at the particular Meet.

(8) If two Athletes from different events have achieved the respective qualifying marks and are vying for one spot on the team, IAAF points will be used to decide the “better” performance (See examples below). This system will be used to decide the “better” of two Athletes within a particular Tier.

Example to show why using the IAAF Points System is fairer in deciding “better” performance between different events.

100m 10.9s
5% off absolute is 10.9s + 0.545s = 11.445s
5% off IAAF points 10.90s (916 points) = 870.2 points is 11.06s

Shot Put 12m
5% off absolute is 15m – 0.75m = 14.25m
5% off IAAF points 12m (824 points) = 782.8 points is 14.30m

Pole Vault 4.50m
5% off absolute is 4.50m – 0.225m = 4.275m
5% off IAAF points 4.50m (839 points) = 797.05 points is 4.34m

5000m 15min
5% off absolute is 15mins (900s + 45s) = 945s (15:45s)
5% off IAAF points 15mins (808 points) = 767.6 points is 15:14.54s

Related Links:
SAA Co-Payment Scheme for 2012
Sanction Rules
Records Breaking Incentives for 2012
Entry marks into National Team
2012 Team Selection Criteria (PDF)
2013 Sea Games Qualifying Marks (PDF)
2012 Asian Junior Qualifying Marks (PDF)
2012 SEA Youth Qualifying Marks (PDF)
2012 Olympics Qualifying Marks (PDF)

24th Jan 2012
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The scheme on this page has been revised and can be found here http://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/selection-for-overseas ….

24th Jan 2012

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The 27th Southeast Asian Games is scheduled to be held in Naypyidaw, the new capital of Myanmar, as well as in two other main cities, Yangon and Mandalay. The country will hold the largest time interval of hosting the games, spanning a time of 44 years.

LINKS: LIVE Streaming #1 | LIVE Streaming #2 | Schedule | Official website | Team S’pore athletics | Statistics | Full Results

PHOTOS: Link #1 | Link #2 | Link #3 | Link #4 | Link #5 | Link #6 | Link #7


Updates


Info

Date: 11-22 December

Venue: Naypyidaw, Myanmar

Nations participating: 11 including Singapore

Official website: www.mmseagames2013.com

Download: PDF file for qualifying mark set by SAA for Singapore athletes


Singapore athletes who have met the qualifying mark to be nominated

The qualifying window period begins in June 2012.

THIS IS THE FINAL LIST OF SELECTED ATHLETES BY SNOC.

Name Event Qualified based on SEA Games ’11 Bronze Mark
Zhang Guirong Women Shot Put 4kg 2013 China meet, 15.47m 14.37m
Du Xianhui Women Shot Put 4kg 2013 China meet, 14.46m 14.37m
Mok Ying Ren Men Marathon 2013 Gold Coast Marathon, 2:26.30 2:29.09
Gary, Yeo Foo Ee Men 100m 2012 Asean Uni Games, 10.44s (1.1m/s) 10.47s
Edwin, Mingxun Chong Men Pole Vault 2012 National C’ship, 4.70m
2013 Series 2, 4.70m
4.70m
Chan Sheng Yao Men Pole Vault 2013 Nat Sch, 4.82m 4.70m
4x100m Relay
Calvin Kang, Md. Elfi, Lee Cheng Wei & Md. Amirudin
Md. Amir, Lee Cheng Wei, Gary Yeo, Md. Elfi
Md. Elfi, Gary Yeo, Lee Cheng Wei, Calvin Kang
Men 4x100m 2012 HK Inter City, 40.05s
2012 M’sia Open, 40.30s
2013 SEA Games Timetrial, 39.97s
40.41s
4x400m Relay
Ng Chin Hui, Teo Yan, Timothee Yap & Tan Zong Yang
Men 4x400m 2012 Asian Junior 3:16.79 3:18.50

Selection criteria for Singapore athletes

For seniors athletes

    a. Stipulated by SNOC: 3rd placing of SEA Games 2011

    b. Several names can be nominated before the “Entry By Name” (EBN) date.

    c. Best 2 Athletes will represent Singapore for each event

      i. In the event that more than 2 athletes meet the qualifying mark then a final run/jump/throw-off trial will be held before the final EBN date (which is to be confirmed by SNOC, EBN date likely to be in early August 2013)

      ii. The trail date will be announced once SAA receives the date for the final EBN from SNOC.

      iii. For the relays the best 8 on-form Athletes will be nominated. A final run-off will be conducted before the EBN date to select the final 5/6 relay runners.

    d. SNOC will have the final say in the Athletes selected.

    e. Performance results from June 2012 – June 2013 will be considered for nomination to SNOC selection committee.

    f. Anyone who meets the mark after June 30 but before EBN date may be considered and submitted to SNOC for consideration.

      i. Only events run with legal wind speed will be used for nomination. An exception will be made if the SEA qualifying mark was set under illegal wind speed. Performances under similar wind speed will be accepted for nomination and final selection. (E.G. in SEA 2011: 100m Male 3rd placing was 10.47s; done with a wind speed of (-2.1m/s). Thus any Athlete who does a similar/faster timing under similar wind speed will be accepted for nomination/final selection.)

    g. All athletes who are nominated and selected will have to:

      i. Attend all Team Training & Camps

      ii. Compete in the last 2 Series to help the T&S Committee to review their current performance form before the SEA Games 2013.

    h. SAA reserves the right to drop any Athlete who has qualified if he/she is deemed unfit to perform at a competitive level at the SEA Games 2013.


Qualifying Marks

For Team Singapore athletics, the table below shows only the results mark without the IAAF scoring points. For the detailed IAAF scoring points for which the 1 to 5 per cent are derived, please download the 2013 Sea Games Qualifying Marks (PDF):

Men

MENS Gold Silver Bronze 1% 2% 3% 4% 5%
100m 10.37 10.46 10.47 10.51 10.54 10.57 10.60 10.64
200m 20.93 21.05 21.46 21.53 21.60 21.67 21.74 21.82
400m 47.53 47.71 47.97 48.13 48.29 48.46 48.63 48.80
800m 01:49.42 01:50.69 01:51.3 1:51.64 1:52.01 1:52.38 1:52.76 1:53.13
1500m 03:47.63 03:47.65 03:49.48 3:50.30 3:51.10 3:51.90 3:52.70 3:53.43
5000m 14:10.01 14:35.98 14:41.30 14:44.3 14:46.84 14:49.78 14:52.73 14:55.70
10000m 30:10.43 30:43.62 31:22.20 31.29.16 31:35.23 31:41.33 31:48.23 31:54.39
Marathon 02:27.45 02:28.26 02:29.09 2.29.44 2:30:15 2:30:51 2:31:23 2:31:56
110Hurdles 13.77 13.86 14.14 14.22 14.28 14.33 14.40 14.46
400Hurdles 51.45 51.6 51.7 51.94 52.16 52.40 52.62 52.84
3000 Steeple Chase 08:52.23 08:55.91 08:57.88 9.00.33 9:02.76 9:05.19 9:07.64 9:10.09
20km walk 01:32.34 01:33.23 01:35.48 1.36.18 1:36:50 1:37:21 1:37:53 1:38:25
4×100 Relay 39.91 39.91 40.41 40.56 40.71 40.86 41.01 41.16
4×400 Relay 03:10.49 03:11.16 03:14.90 3.15.62 3:16.25 3:16.95 3:17.59 3:18.30
Long Jump 7.86 7.78 7.61 7.56 7.51 7.46 7.41 7.36
Triple jump 16.43 16.39 16.14 16.04 15.93 15.84 15.74 15.65
High jump 2.15 2.12 2.08 2.06 2.05 2.04 2.03 2.02
Pole vault 5.10 5.00 4.70 4.67 4.63 4.60 4.57 4.53
Discus 51.32 50.56 50.28 49.8 49.31 48.81 48.38 47.88
Shot putt 17.74 17.53 17.08 16.91 16.76 16.59 16.44 16.27
Javelin 69.07 68.87 66.27 65.64 65.00 64.35 63.71 63.06
Hammer 61.46 60.19 57.04 56.09 55.49 54.96 54.43 53.91
Decathlon 7223 6830 6602 6541 6481 6421 6361 6301

Women

WOMENS Gold Silver  Bronze 1% 2% 3% 4% 5%
100m 11.69 11.69 11.73 11.79 11.85 11.91 11.97 12.03
200m 23.65 24.01 24.06 24.20 24.32 24.46 24.58 24.72
400m 54.13 54.27 55.28 55.61 55.91 56.25 56.56 56.86
800m 02:02.65 02:05.62 02:08.41 2:12.90 2:13.46 2:14.09 2:14.66 2:15.30
1500m 04:15.75 04:18.94 04:21.19 4:22.75 4:24.10 4:25.45 4:26.95 4:28.32
5000m 16:06.37 16:12.23 16:31.85 16:37.57 16:43.19 16:48.85 16:54.54 17:00.25
10000m 34:52.74 36:04.83 36:16.84 36:28.15 36:40.82 36:52.28 37:03.80 37:15.37
Marathon 02:45.35 02:46.37 02:48.43 2:49:50 2:50:50 2:51:58 2:52:58 2:54:06
100Hurdles 13.51 13.53 13.77 13.86 13.95 14.04 14.13 14.22
400Hurdles 57.41 58.97 59.64 59.99 1:00.37 1:00.72 1:01.06 1:01.45
3000 Steeple Chase 10:00.58 10:04.42 10:48.97 11:27.50 11:31.65 11:35.82 11:40.00 11:44.21
20km walk 01:43.22 01:45.19 01:46.04 1:46:54 1:47:38 1:48:28 1:49:12 1:50:02
4×100 Relay 44.40 45.00 45.12 45.40 45.67 45.94 46.21 46.48
4×400 Relay 03:41.35 03:44.65 03:45.03 3:46.34 3:47.61 3:49.00 3:50.28 3:51.57
Long Jump 6.71 6.47 6.25 6.21 6.16 6.11 6.06 6.01
High jump 1.90 1.87 1.87 1.86 1.85 1.84 1.83 1.82
Triple jump 13.76 13.73 13.64 13.54 13.44 13.33 13.24 13.13
Pole vault 4.20 4.20 3.90 3.88 3.85 3.82 3.78 3.75
Discus 52.25 49.98 48.22 47.71 47.28 46.78 46.35 45.86
Shot putt 16.96 14.59 14.37 14.24 14.09 13.96 13.83 13.68
Javelin 48.80 47.35 46.73 46.28 45.84 45.34 44.90 44.45
Hammer 55.15 51.95 49.69 49.16 48.72 48.22 47.72 47.28
Heptathlon 5488 5285 5196 5141 5094 5046 4994 4947

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24th Jan 2012
Posted by Sha

Update #14

We have 30 photos sets of SEA Youth. To view it, click here.

Posted 22nd May 2012 9:40AM


Update #13

SEA Youth footages, 61 videos (3 hours)
The link: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLACC3B9B7705C7301

Posted 12th May 2012 3:28PM


Update #12

Find out the overall scoring system points and medal tally here.

Posted 30th Apr 2012 11:00AM


Update #11

Day 2 PM Results

Day 2 AM Results

Posted 29th Apr 2012 1:19PM


Update #12

Read Singapore strikes gold at SEA Youth Athletics Championships.

Posted 28th Apr 2012 11:20PM


Update #11

Day 1 AM Results

Day 1 PM Results

Posted 28th Apr 2012 10:15PM


Update #10

The last arrival of the overseas teams to the seventh edition of SEA Youth Athletics Championship arrived Singapore shores earlier today and with that the event proceeded with the technical meeting.

Held at 4:30 PM at Downtown East, the respective countries team manager attended the meeting to finalise the nomination of athletes.

This is the link to the updated start list

Not shortly after, the officials and team manager then proceed to adjoining room for the SEA Youth welcome dinner. Attended by the various sponsors, and SEA nations, it was an excellent start to the Championships.

1. Click here to view photos from today’s event.

2. Click here to watch video footage from today’s event.

Posted 28th Apr 2012 9:13AM


Update #9

Singapore Athletics Association launches 7th SEA Youth Athletics Championships 2012 booklet.

Inside it entails the profile of our young athletes, coaches, and officials for the seventh edition of this event.

One can also look up the schedule and competition rules provided in the booklet.

Download the booklet in PDF format.

Posted 26th Apr 2012 5:35PM


Update #8

Final training session:

Posted 25th Apr 2012 1:39PM


Update #7

Find out Team Singapore Contingent for 7th SEA Youth Athletics Championships 2012.

Find out Straight finals event, no heats for this C’ships.

Posted 24th Apr 2012 9:40AM


Update #6

Posted 23rd 6:20PM


Update #5

SAA will be conducting a special competition trial for our youth athletes to help them to qualify for 7th SEA Youth Athletics Championships 2012.

    Date: 14th April, Saturday

    Time: 9am

    Venue: Bukit Gombak Stadium

    Events being contested:

    1. Girls Hammer Throw [3kg] U18
    2. Boys Hammer Throw [5kg] U18
    3. Girls 1000 Meter Run U18
    4. Boys 1000 Meter Run U18
    5. Girls Shot Put [3kg] U15
    6. Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 0.762 U18

    Download: SEA Youth Athletics C'ships 2012 Special Trial START LIST Downloaded 879 times

Posted 12th Apr 2012 4:16PM


Update #4

Read Shot Put, Javelin and Hurdles added to Special Trial for SEA Youth qualification for SEA Youth.

Posted 27th Mar 2012 10:55PM


Update #3

Read SAA secures Sembcorp for sponsorship.

Posted 27th Mar 2012 10:55PM


Update #2

Read Singapore Youth Team Qualifiers for SEA Youth.

Posted 26th Mar 2012 9:21PM


Update #1

Read: U18 Hammer & 1,000m special competition trial at Nat Sch for S’pore Sea Youth Team.

Posted 23rd Mar 2012 11:52AM


Date: 27-29th April 2012

Venue: Bishan Stadium


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Sea Youth Selection Criteria

Download the 2012 SEA Youth Qualifying Marks (PDF)

Sea Youth 3rd Placing Results
Boys
Events
Girls
10.82
100m
12.55
22.02
200m
25.83
49.54
400m
58.32
4 x 100m
4 x 400m
100mH
(0.762m)
15.51
14.3
(0.914m)
110mH
54.23
(0.838m)
400mH
(0.762m)
66.23
2.34.19
1000m
3:02.79
6:34.53
2000m SC
7:36.59
1.93m
High Jump
1.61m
6.35m
Long Jump
4.96m
13.85m
Triple Jump
11.02m
4.40m
Pole Vault
2.25m
15.31m
5kg
Shot Put
3kg
10.29m
45.06m
1.5kg
Discus
1kg
33.42m
55.64m
700g
Javelin
500g
37.66m
34.57m
5kg
Hammer
3kg
32.25m

Note: New weights will be used for Youth Girls in the Shot Put, Hammer and Javelin. Qualifying mark for Youth Girls are based on old weights But SAA will accept the distance using old weights

Nomination/Selection Criteria for SEA Youth Championship 2012

1. Qualification Standards

In order to be entered in the SEA Youth Championship 2012 competition, an athlete will be required to achieve the appropriate Qualification Standard in the event(s) in which he/she is entered.

The Qualification Standards and relevant criteria shall be established by the SAA from 1st November 2011 onwards and will be valid till the final entry submission dead line for all events.

2. Qualification Period

Athletes must reach the standards as set by the SAA during the following prescribed periods:
– All individual events: 1 November 2011 to 20 April 2012.

3. Qualifying Requirements

There are 3 phases during the qualifying period. Any athlete keen to be selected for the said event needs to compete in at least 1 competition from 2 of the 3 phase to be considered eligible.

Time/Distance/Height recorded from the events and the athlete’s positioning will be ranked and monitored for consistency in performance throughout the season to be considered for final nomination.

If more than 2 athletes per event qualify or if there is a tie, then the final phase competition results will be used for the final nomination.

The final number of athletes that will be entered will be based base on the maximum of athletes that can be entered per event in the competition.

4. Qualifying Events

All performances must be achieved during competitions organised or authorised by the SAA or any SAA sanctioned competitions in conformity with IAAF Rules in the stipulated time frame.

Results achieved at university or school competitions will only be accepted if the Meets are sanctioned and certified by the SAA.

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 timing performances in 100m, 200m, 400m, 110m/100m Hurdles, 400m Hurdles and 4x100m Relay will not be accepted.

Indoor performances for all field events and for races of 400m and longer, will be accepted. For the running events of 400m and over (including combined events), performances achieved on oversized tracks shall not be accepted.

5. Relays

The SAA National Juniors Meet is designated to be the final selection for forming all the Sea Youth relay teams.

The fastest 6 runners in the finals of the 100m & 400m will be seleted to form the Sea youth Relay Team.

SAA reserves the right to hold a 2nd trial prior to the Sea Youth Champs to have another round of selection if it is needed.


U21 Selection Criteria

Sea Youth U21 Special Events
Boys
Events
Girls
10.97
100m
12.29
21.67
200m
24.81
49.08
400m
57.74
4 x 100m
4 x 400m

Nomination/Selection Criteria for the U21 events at the SEA Youth Championship 2012 (100m 200m, 400m 4x100m and 4x400m for men & women)

1. Qualification Standards

In order to be entered in the SEA Youth Championship 2012 competition, an athlete will be required to achieve the appropriate Qualification Standard in the event(s) in which he/she is entered.

The Qualification Standards and relevant criteria shall be established by the SAA from 1st November 2011 onwards and will be valid till the final entry submission dead line for all events.

2. Qualification Period

Athletes must reach the standards as set by the SAA during the following prescribed periods:
– All individual events: 1 November 2011 to 20 April 2012.

3. Qualifying Requirements

There are 3 phases during the qualifying period. Any athlete keen to be selected for the said event needs to compete in at least 1 competition from 2 of the 3 phase to be considered eligible.

Time/Distance/Height recorded from the events and the athlete’s positioning will be ranked and monitored for consistency in performance throughout the season to be considered for final nomination.

If more than 2 athletes per event qualify or if there is a tie, then the final phase competition results will be used for the final nomination.

The final number of athletes that will be entered will be based base on the maximum of athletes that can be entered per event in the competition.

4. Qualifying Events

All performances must be achieved during competitions organised or authorised by the SAA or any SAA sanctioned competitions in conformity with IAAF Rules in the stipulated time frame.

Results achieved at university or school competitions will only be accepted if the Meets are sanctioned and certified by the SAA.

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 timing performances in 100m, 200m, 400m, 110m/100m Hurdles, 400m Hurdles and 4x100m Relay will not be accepted.

Indoor performances for all field events and for races of 400m and longer, will be accepted. For the running events of 400m and over (including combined events), performances achieved on oversized tracks shall not be accepted.

5. Relays

The SAA National Juniors Meet is designated to be the final selection for forming all the Sea Youth relay teams.

The fastest 6 runners in the finals of the 100m & 400m will be seleted to form the Sea youth Relay Team.

SAA reserves the right to hold a 2nd trial prior to the Sea Youth Champs to have another round of selection if it is needed.


3rd place & 1-5% off the Qualifying Marks

For Boys

 Events (Boys) 3rd Placing Points 1%   2%   3%   4%   5%  
100m 10.82 940 931 10.85 922 10.88 913 10.91 901 10.95 892 10.98
200m 22.02 923 914 22.08 905 22.15 895 22.22 886 22.29 877 22.36
400m 49.54 900 891 49.69 882 49.85 873 50.00 864 50.16 855 50.33
1000m 2.34.19 791 783 2:34.61 775 2:35.05 767 2:35.49 759 2:35.93 751 2:36.37
2000 Steeple Chase 6:34.53 721 714 6:35.81 707 6:37.11 699 6:38.60 692 6:39.91 685 6:41.23
110Hurdles (0.914m) 14.30 1014 1004 14.36 994 14.42 983 14.48 973 14.54 963 14.6
400Hurdles (0.838m) 54.23 932 923 54.42 913 54.66 904 54.86 895 55.07 885 55.31
4x100m Relay 41.60 969 959 41.75 950 41.88 940 42.03 930 42.18 921 42.31
4x400m Relay 3:22.00 858 849 3:22.65 841 3:23.25 832 3:23.91 824 3:24.51 815 3:25.19
High jump 1.93 827 818 1.92 809 1.91 802 1.90 794 1.89 786 1.88
Pole vault 4.40 812 804 4.37 796 4.34 788 4.31 780 4.28 771 4.25
Long jump 6.35 782 774 6.31 766 6.27 758 6.23 752 6.20 743 6.16
Triple jump 13.85 818 810 13.78 802 13.70 793 13.62 785 13.54 777 13.47
Discus (1.5kg) 45.06 784 776 44.63 768 44.19 760 43.75 753 43.37 745 42.93
Hammer (5kg) 34.57 495 490 34.21 485 33.88 480 3.55 475 33.21 470 32.88
Javelin (700g) 55.64 747 740 55.16 732 54.59 725 54.09 717 53.51 710 53.01
Shot Putt (5kg) 15.31 842 834 15.17 825 15.02 817 14.89 808 14.74 800 14.60

For Girls

 Events (Girls) 3rd Placing Points 1%   2%   3%   4%   5%  
100m 12.55 918 910 12.60 900 12.66 890 12.72 881 12.77 872 12.83
200m 25.83 911 902 25.95 893 26.07 884 26.19 875 26.3 865 26.44
400m 58.32 923 914 58.60 905 58.88 895 59.21 886 59.50 877 59.79
1000m 3:02.79 828 820 3:03.48 811 3:04.29 803 3:05.01 795 3:05.73 787 3:06.46
2000 Steeple Chase 7:35.59 811 803 7:37.57 795 7:39.68 787 7:41.80 779 7:43.93 770 7:46.34
100Hurdles (0.762m) 15.51 859 850 15.60 842 15.67 833 15.76 825 15.83 816 15.92
400Hurdles (0.762m) 66.23 848 840 1:06.53 831 1:06.87 823 1:07.18 814 1:07.52 806 1:07.83
4x100m Relay 48.30 971 961 48.55 952 48.78 942 49.04 932 49.30 922 49.56
4x400m Relay 4:00.72 895 886 4:01.83 877 4:03.04 868 4:04.26 859 4:05.49 850 4:06.72
High jump 1.61 812 804 1.60 796 1.59 788 1.58 780 1.57 771 1.56
Pole vault 2.25 417 414 2.24 408 2.22 405 2.21 400 2.19 397 2.18
Long  jump 4.96 766 757 4.92 751 4.89 743 4.85 734 4.81 728 4.78
Triple jump 11.02 789 781 10.95 773 10.87 765 10.79 757 10.71 750 10.64
Discus (1kg) 33.42 585 579 33.10 573 32.77 567 32.44 562 32.16 556 31.83
Hammer (4kg) 32.25 488 483 31.95 478 31.63 473 31.32 468 31.01 464 30.75
Javelin (600g) 37.66 654 647 37.30 641 36.97 634 36.58 628 36.24 621 35.85
Shot Putt (4kg) 10.29 588 582 10.19 576 10.09 570 9.99 564 9.89 559 9.81

Note: The U21 events for the SEA Youth U21 for 100m, 200m and 400m is the same for Asian Junior and not all the events.

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

We at SAA wishes everyone a Happy Dragon Lunar New Year.


Download this poster

22nd Jan 2012
Posted by Sha

Results of this morning cross country at Bedok Reservoir, results last checked as of 11PM.

Related Links:
61st SAA Cross Country Championship page

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, IAAF

IAAF is happy to offer all athletics fans around the world the unique chance to take part in an online contest to determine the official poster of the IAAF World Athletics Day.

For the first time in the history of the IAAF World Athletics Day and coinciding with the celebrations of the Association’s Centenary you are now given the opportunity to become the designer of the WAD poster.

Use your imagination and draw your best interpretation of the World Athletics Day combined with the IAAF 100 years’ anniversary. The contest is open to candidates of all ages and all countries.

The best drawing will be selected and become the official image of the 2012 IAAF World Athletics Day.

Please send your drawings no later than Sunday 26 February to wad@iaaf.org or post them directly on the IAAF World Athletics Club Facebook page.

Source: IAAF

20th Jan 2012
Posted by Sha

Dear Coaches and athletes,

We received feedback from some on you regarding the selection criteria for the qualifying requirement for all the major competition for selection that was publish on Nov 9 and we took notice of your comments and feedbacks and will amend the changes accordingly.

The previous statement on all the 4 major competition on the qualifying criteria says:

There are 3 phases during the qualifying period.

Any athlete keen to be selected for the said event needs to compete in at least 1 of the competitions from each phase to be considered eligible (total 3 results).

Time/Distance/Height recorded from the event will be converted into IAAF 2011 scoring points and all events will be cross-ranked. The athlete’s points and positioning will be monitored for consistency in performance throughout the season to be considered for final nomination.

If there is a tie, then the final phase competition results will be used for the final nomination.

The New amendment for the statement will be:

Qualifying requirement for Overseas Meets:

There are 3 competition phases during the qualifying period with several options of Meets.

Any athlete who is keen to be selected for a particular event in a particular oversea Meet, needs to compete in 1 Meet from 2 of the 3 competition phases to be considered for an overseas Meet.

Any results from any of the 3 phases can be used for nominating athletes for the Overseas Meet. Time/Distance/Height recorded for the event will be converted into IAAF 2011 scoring points and all athletes will be cross-ranked. The athlete’s points and position will be monitored for consistency in performance throughout the season for final nomination.

If there is a tie, then the results of the final phase (phase 3) competition will be used for the final nomination.

20th Jan 2012

Please check if your name is in the start list below.
If it isn’t please contact events@singaporeathletics.org.sg


A Preview

The local cross country season kicks off with SAA Cross Country Championship to be held this Saturday at Bedok Reservoir.

Some 585 participants are expected to grace the cross country which is in its 61st edition.

Based on the current start list, the defending champion for the men open 5 kilometers individual category, Jason Lawrence has not decided to run this year.

Jason won last year in a scintillating time of 15:58.29 minutes, leaving the second place finisher nearly a minute behind.

With the Kiwi not in running, it leaves the top spot wide open to our local lads.

Mohd Shah Feroz from Swift, Soh Rui Yong of Raffles Institution and Ashley Liew from Singapore Management University are runners to look out for, with Swift’s Karthic Harish Ragupathy, Eugene Rodigo of Victoria Junior College and T.Harrishankar of Swift as the dark horse contenders.

However our locals lads would have slug it out hard not only among themselves but also the lean mean running machine in the form of the Police Sports Association Gurkhas runners.

The PSA team while opted not to run last season has made a return this year. Expect a couple of them in the Top 10 position.

Last year women’s defending champion Jenny Lundgren from Athlon Running Club also has not decided to return. The category will welcome a new winner up on the podium.

Last year winner

Men Open 2010 Top 3 (5KM)
1. Jason Lawrence MR 25 Team 1 15:58.29
2. Feroz Md Swift Team A 16:55.67
3. Soh Rui Yong Mindef Team 1 17:01.07

Men U15 2010 Top 3 (5KM)
1. Mohamed Imran Jashiruden RI Team 1 18:29.94
2. Shehib Bin Abdul wahab Marican RI Team 1 18:30.82
3. Leong Shou Xiang HCI (High) 19:11.74

Men U18 2010 Top 3 (5KM)
1. Karthic Harish Ragupathy SJI Team A 17:17.30
2. Lim Jing Hong Aldrich Macritchie Runners 25 17:38.74
3. Yong Ren Wei Bryan Victoria Team 1 (VS1) 18:02.86

Men U20 2010 Top 3 (5KM)
1. Wilbert Ho RI Team 1 17:05.47
2. Zachary Devaraj ACSI Team A 17:17.14
3. Benjamin Amaldas RI Team 1 17:23.01

Men Masters 2010 Top 3 (5KM)
1. James Copinger Symes Macritchie Runners 25 17:49.57
2. Michael Craig Macritchie Runners 25 18:34.89
3. Arnaud Deherrypon Macritchie Runners 25 19:48.09

Women Open 2010 Top 3 (4.3KM)
1. Jenny Lundgren Athlon 15:45.42
2. Lin Yvonne Swift Team A 17:20.15
3. Tan Hui Min, Melissa NUS Team 1 17:44.14

Women U15 2010 Top 3 (4.3KM)
1. Lok Xin Ying Cedar Team 4 19:25.44
2. John Marianne CGS Team 1 19:33.24
3. Tang Rachel RV Team B 19:55.22

Women U18 2010 Top 3 (4.3KM)
1. Zann Su RV Team A 18:29.98
2. Nicole Lum SSP 2 18:47.14
3. Lim Yan Han Janielle SNG 1 19:09.85

Women U20 2010 Top 3 (4.3KM)
1. Mok Ying Rong RI Team 1 17:03.11
2. Zahrah Wan RI Team 1 18:05.36
3. Wong Wan Qi Clara VJC 1 18:32.22

Women Masters 2010 Top 3 (4.3KM)
1. Evelyn Meier Unattached 17:35.73
2. Sara Lee Unattached 20:23.59
3. Christina Tay Singapore Masters Athletics 22:26.13

Related Links:
SAA Cross Country Championship 2010 result
61st SAA Cross Country Championship page

Posted by Sha

The below entails the final selection of the team and it’s members for the Asian Indoors Championship 2012, which is to consist of 2 best males and 2 best female plus an official/coach:


Initial interest reply

We had 5 male and 4 female who were keen and responded to SAA announcement of sending a team to the Asian Indoors Championship 2012. They were:

Men:

  • Gary Yeo – 100m
  • Stefan Tseng – Triple jump
  • Lee Cheng Wei – 100m
  • Ng Chin Hui – 200m
  • Yuan Joseph – 100m

Women:

  • Dipna Lim-Prasad – 100m
  • Wendy Enn – 400m
  • Shanti Veronica Pereira – 100m
  • Eugenia Tan – 100m

After Series 1 Results

Based on the competition we have the following results and rankings:

Men:

  • Stefan Tseng – Triple jump, 15.50m 993 points
  • Gary Yeo – 100m, 10.78s 952 points
  • Lee Cheng Wei – 100m, 10.78s 952 point
  • Ng Chin Hui – 200m, 22.27s 889 points
  • Yuan Joseph – 100m, 11.30s 800 points

Women:

  • Dipna Lim-Prasad – 100m, 12.25s 969 points
  • Shanti Veronica Pereira – 100m, 12.37s 948 points
  • Eugenia Tan – 100m, 12.56s 916 points
  • Wendy Enn – 400m, 59.86s 875 points

Asian Indoor Championship Team are:


  1. Stefan Tseng – Triple jump

  2. Gary Yeo – 60m

  3. Dipna Lim-Prasad – 60m Hurdles

  4. Shanti Veronica Pereira – 60m

  5. Margaret Oh – Coach/Official

Related Links:
Asian Indoors Championship 2012 page

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