Swift Athletes Association will be organising the Akira /Swift Tan Soo Liat Memorial Age Group Road Relay Championships on Saturday 2 February 2013 at 1500 hours at the Bedok Reservoir Park (canoe centre site)
Closing Date: 15 January 2013, Tuesday (We will not accept any on-the-spot registration)
Entry Fee per Team: $40.00
- 1430hrs U-10/11/12/13/ Boys/Girls
1500hrs U-14 Boys/Girls and U-17 Boys/Girls, Men/ Women Open
Prize: Top 3 teams in each category
Lucky Draw: AKIRA electronic products will be given away as lucky draw prizes
Download Registration Form Files: Click here to download the entry form.
Official website: http://swiftaa.org.sg/mainpage/index.html
Please send all entry forms to Swift Athletes Association, not SAA. Thank you.
Download the file below:
Also please take note of the venues:
- Bukit Gombak Stadium – Pole vault events only
- ITE College East Simei – Track & Field events
2013 SAA Track and Field Series 1 page
SAA is holding an upcoming talk that is ideal for coaches, athletes and all stakeholders of our local athletics. Details as below:
Speaker: Mr. C. Kunalan
Date: Jan 12 2013, Saturday
Closing date: 31 Dec 2012, Monday
Topic: “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Physiology of Training”
Synopsis: Step by step the necessary physiology to understand “fatigue”; the contribution of the Aerobic and Anaerobic Energy systems to the production of ATP. Where is ATP used ? Where is ATP produced? What training does for these energy systems.
Time: 2.30 – 6.30 pm.
Snacks Food will be provided. Maximum 200 pax.
Registered and first come first serve.
Register your interest
Registration for this event is now closed.
20th Dec 2012
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Choose a link to view. Video courtesy of Lee Cheng Wei and Soh Rui Yong.
- Men 100m Heat 1
- Men 100m Heat 2
- Men 100m Final
- Women 100m Heat 2
- Women 100m Final
- Men 200m Heat 1
- Men 200m Heat 2
- Men 200m Final
- Men 400m Heat 1
- Women 400m Heat 2
- Women 400m Final
- Men 10,000m Final
View the photos from any of the below:
SAA page on 2012 SAA Track and Field Series 6
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Soh Rui Yong is currently an undergrad at National University of Singapore.
Notable performances from Singapore athletes competing at the final day of the 16th ASEAN University Games 2012 are our distance runners.
Three of them, Look Xin Qi, Soh Rui Yong and Soh Hua Qun not only ran a season-best timing ran by a Singaporean this year in their respective events, but the three also clocked personal bests.
In particular 21-year-old Soh Rui Yong completed his men 10,000 metres race in 32:26.00 minutes which puts him #2 on the all-time list of best timings ran by a Singaporean in the event; that is SAA sanctioned.
The last time a Singapore athlete ran a sub-33 minutes effort in the 10,000 metres event was in 1990 by Syed Ahmad Taha (32:41.7 min).
#1 – 31:19.0 Pehind C. Suppiah Marikina, Philippines Asian T&F C’ship 20-Nov-1973
#2 – 32:26.00 Soh Rui Yong AUG 18-Dec-2012
#3 – 32:36.4 Parameswaran Pillai Singapore 19-Jul-1968
#4 – 32:37.9 Jacter Singh Singapore 10-Sep-1979
SAA file photo. Photographer: Wilson Ong.
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Day 4 results (18 Dec) of Singapore athletes competing at 16th ASEAN University Games 2012.
|5.29||Long Jump Women||Nurul, Jannah||20||Final||6/9 pos|
|5:04.67||1500m Women||Look, Xin Qi||20||Final||8/9 pos. SB, PB|
|3:23.35||4x400m Men||Goh, Eng Wei||22||Final||4/6 pos, 50 51 50.3 51.7|
|Tan, Wei Sheng, Lance||25|
|Lee, Cheng Wei||25|
|Yeo Foo Ee Gary||26|
|32:26.00||10,000m Men||Soh, Rui Yong||21||Final||4/9 pos. SB, PB.|
|36:13.46||10,000m Men||Tung, Zhi Shing Colin||24||Final||8/9 pos|
|36.49||Discus Throw Men||Mingyan Landdis Su||23||Final||5/8 pos|
|4:01.13||1500m Men||Soh, Hua Qun||21||Final||4/8 pos. SB, PB|
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SAA file photo. Photographed by Benson Lin.
Current national record holder in the men long jump event, Matthew Goh tallied up the medal count for the Singapore athletics team to three on Day 3 of the 16th ASEAN University Games 2012.
The 21-year old leapt 7.17 metres on his second final jump to earn himself a silver medal. It was a centimeter further than Indonesian Asril Abdullah’s attempt of 7.16 metres who had to settle for bronze.
While gold was won by Vietnam’s Pham Van Lam who jumped 7.33 metres.
Matthew is currently an undergrad at Singapore Management University, whose season-best this year is 7.27 metres (Selangor Open, June)
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- 14th March – Results by IAAF.
- 8th January – Info of 2nd Trial posted.
- 8th January – Photos of SAA Walks 1st Trial uploaded.
- 18th December – Event page created.
Official website: iaaf.org
Date: 10th March 2013, Sunday
Venue: Nomi City, Japan
Selection process timeline for Singapore athlete
- Event Date: 10 March 2013
- Final Entry by name: 8 February 2013
- Preliminary Entries Submission: 10 January 2013
- SAA Walks Trial for this competition: 30 December 2012
Selection criteria for Singapore athlete
Participants please register your interest for this meet by downloading this entry form and send it to [email protected].
- The host covers board and lodging for 3 nights (9 – 12 March 2013) for maximum of 3 (one male athlete, one female athlete and one official) from each participating country.
- Participating Federations/Associations are responsible for travel to and from Japan and own medical insurance coverages.
- Proposed traveling dates: Friday 8th March – return on Sunday 10th or Monday 11th March 2013
- SAA Selection Trial to be held on Dec 30th, 2012 Sunday at 7.30 am, around Marina Bay Promontory/Olympic Walk 2 Km Circuit
a) For Singapore Citizens only (Male/Female).
b) Qualifying standard as follow (based on 6th placing at 2011 SEA Games):
Male qualifying time: 1hr: 40:00
Female qualifying timing: 2hrs:00:00
c) Only 1 Male & 1 Female walker shall be in the final Team to NOMI.
d) If none of the walkers qualify, the following will apply to the top Male and Female finisher:
(i) If the timing is 3% off the qualifying time, Athletes will have to pay 30% of the Air-Fare, SAA will cover 70%
(ii) If the timing is 6% off the qualifying time, Athletes will have to pay 60% of the Air-Fare, SAA will cover 40%
(iii) If the timing is 10% off the qualifying time, Athletes will have to pay 80% of the Air-Fare, SAA will cover 20%
(iv) If the timing is more than 10% off the qualifying time, Athletes will have to pay 100% of the Air-fare
e) SAA will reimburse Athletes’ part of the air fare according to his/her results in NOMI.
f) Any athlete who is disqualified (breaching the walking rules) during the trial shall not be selected.
Previous Asian 20km Race Walking Championships news
- Report Card for Edmund Sim & Serene Seah at the Asian 20km Race Walking Championships 2012.
- Race walker Edmund Sim breaks 20km road record in Japan.
- 2nd selection trial for Asian 20km Race Walking Championships 2012.
- Results of Selection Trial – Asian 20km Race Walking Championships 2012.
- Selection trial for Asian 20km Race Walking Championships 2012.
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Filed under Announcements
National Standards for Youth Sports or NSYS was officially launched by Singapore Sports Council (SSC) on November 9th.
The NSYS aims to establish a set of standards in youth sports and provide a healthy, wholesome and encouraging environment for youth, 18 years and under, to reap the full benefits of sports participation.
SSC believes every youth should be given the opportunity to have positive experiences in sports as it will lead towards a pathway for lifelong sports participation.
The NSYS principles and standards are designed to address issues in sports such as abuse, favouritism, cheating and poor sportsmanship.
The below downloads entails:
- NSYS Checklist & Implementation Models – More details can be found here.
- NSYS Parents’ Guide – More details can be found here.
You can find NSYS Workshop schedule here.