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The below results are courtesy of & compiled by RJCAT for SSSC. For any dispute please refer to them:

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Records:

  • None for today.

Updates, windspeed ascertained and confirmed:

  • Choo, Jay (SSP 15) Boys 110m Hurdles – 14.84s (0.7m/s) Final
  • Ong, Jing Rong, Kerstin (SSP 16) Girls 100m Hurdles – 14.99s (0.0m/s) FINAL
  • Nur Izlyn Bte Zaini (SSP 15) Girls 100m Hurdles – 15.12s (0.0m/s) FINAL
  • Lim, Enxuan Lynett (CG 16) Girls Long Jump – 5.20m (0.8m/s)
  • Samuel Chin Yee Kit (RI ??) Boys Long Jump – 6.52m (0.0m/s)
  • Moh Heng Feng Shaun (DHS ??) Boys Long Jump – 6.41m (1.7m/s)
  • Kugapriyad D/O Chandran (SSP 15) Girls 200m U18 – 25.79s (0.1m/s)

Recap of this edition of National School:

  • Two national records broken, pending ratification by SAA.
  • A total of 8 new Divisional Championships records erased.
  • A-Boys Divisional Champion – Hwa Chong Institution
  • B-Boys Divisional Champion – Singapore Sports School
  • C-Boys Divisional Champion – Hwa Chong Institution
  • A-Girls Divisional Champion – Raffles Institution
  • B-Girls Divisional Champion – Cedar Girls’ Sec School
  • C-Girls Divisional Champion – Cedar Girls’ Sec School

Complete list of records broken from Day 1 to 9:

  • 400 Metres Hurdles A-Boys – Ow Yeong Yu Xiang HCI 00:54.56.
  • Pole Vault A-Boys – Chan Sheng Yao HCI 4.82.
  • Discus C-Boys – Chia Ting Xuan, Jordan RI 51.54
  • Discus C-Boys – Eric Yee Chun Wai HCI 49.19
  • 3000 Metres Walk A-Girls – Tin Shu Min HCI 17:53.37
  • Triple Jump B-Girls – Lynette Lim Enxuan CG 11.79
  • 200 Metres C-Girls – Ismi Zakiah Binte Kashful Anwar SSP 00:26.00
  • High Jump C-Girls – Low Seow Ting CG 1.60

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition. Final selection to be approved by SAA Training & Selection:

  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 2:30.58min, 800m girls – Hor Kar Yin Carys (NYGH) 2:30.18min. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 11.27s, 100m boys – Muhammad Syazani Bin Abdul Wahid (SSP) 11.18s 0.8m/s. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 12.72s, 100m girls – Nur Izlyn Bte Zaini (SSP) 12.71s 0.0m/s. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 12.72s, 100m girls – Kugapriyad D/O Chandran (SSP) 12.72s 0.0m/s. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 30.49m, discus throw 1kg girls – Chua Jin Yu Marcella (CG). First time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ships qualifying mark of 30.35m, discus throw 1kg girls – Chua Jin Yu Marcella (CG). First time this year met the mark. Ranked #3 in terms of qualifiers, two other athletes threw further than her.

Related Links:
Official website
SAA page on National School

The below results are courtesy of & compiled by RJCAT for SSSC. For any dispute please refer to them:

View the videos. The following videos shall not be used for any result dispute and the assets are considered unofficial:

Records:

  • 400 Metres Hurdles (A-Boys)
    Ow Yeong Yu Xiang (HCI) 54.56s
    Previous held by Syed Abdul Malik Aljunied (54.6s HT) & Timothee Yap Jin Wei (54.80s ET).
  • 200 Metres (C-Girls)
    Ismi Zakiah Binte Kashful Anwar (SSP) 26.00 ??m/s
    Previous held by Shanti Veronica Pereira (26.09s ET).

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition. Final selection to be approved by SAA Training & Selection:

  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 69.62s, 400m hurdles girls – Sharlene Teo Yu Teng (NYGH) 68.56s. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 61.53s, 400m hurdles boys – Jack Tan Jie En (HCI) 59.56s. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 61.53s, 400m hurdles boys – Ow Yeong Wei Bin (HCI) 60.78s. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ships qualifying mark of 25.89s, 200m girls – Kugapriyad D/O Chandran (SSP) 25.79s ??m/s. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ships qualifying mark of 43.04m, discus throw 1.5kg boys – Brian See Wei Ren (RI) 48.40m. Third time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ships qualifying mark of 43.04m, discus throw 1.5kg boys – Tan Zheng Zhi Kenzo Chandra (RI) 45.76m. First time this year met the mark.

Related Links:
Official website
SAA page on National School

Posted by Sha

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Before today the Singapore 4×100 metres men relay team has only successfully run five times below the 40-seconds barrier.

At the SEA Games time trial held earlier, make that their sixth triumphant attempt when the Team ‘A’ comprising of Md. Elfi, Gary Yeo, Lee Cheng Wei and Calvin Kang in that line-up blitz the race in a sublime timing of 39.97 seconds.

Team ‘B’ which has a lineup of Md. Naqib, Md. Amirudin, Goh Eng Wei and Lim Yao Peng, ran a timing of 41.32 seconds past the finishing line.

Not only Team ‘A’ managed to meet the SEA Games qualifying mark for the third time since the qualifying window begins in June last year, but also the first time a 4×100 metres relay team has run a sub-40 seconds timing on home soil.

Their first ever sub40 seconds attempt was back in 2009 where the line-up of Gary Yeo, Md. Elfi, Lee Cheng Wei and Md. Amirudin ran 39.82 seconds to clinch a surprise silver at Vientiane, Laos SEA Games and also in the process setting a new national record.

The team repeated that feat again at 2011 SEA Games edition held at Palembang, Indonesia, however this time narrowly missing the gold medal against the host nation Indonesia. Calvin Kang, Md. Amirudin, Lee Cheng Wei and Gary Yeo ran 39.91 seconds in that final.

It was only the year after in 2012 in May when the team peaked at the Asian Grand Prix, going sub-40 seconds at each of the three legs of the competition. They finally managed to improve their national mark, lowering it to 39.58 seconds which still stands today.

The 39.97 seconds effort earlier today was an encouraging result going sub-40 seconds for their relay season opener, and will only build the team’s confidence as they aim to meet 2013 IAAF World Championship qualifying mark of 39.20 seconds.

4x100m sub-40 seconds efforts

  1. 39.58 – Asian Grand Prix (Klip Bua Stadium, Kanchanaburi) 11-May-2012
  2. 39.73 – Asian Grand Prix (PE Campus Stadium, Chonburi) 14-May-2012
  3. 39.82 – SEA Games (Vientiane, Laos) 17-Dec-2009
  4. 39.83 – Asian Grand Prix (Suphachalasai National Stadium, Bangkok) 8-May-2012
  5. 39.91 – SEA Games (Jakabaring Stadium, Palembang, Indonesia) 15-Nov-2011
  6. 39.97 – SEA Games Timetrial (CCK Stadium, Singapore) 14-Apr-2013

Video

15th Apr 2013

The below results are courtesy of & compiled by RJCAT for SSSC. For any dispute please refer to them:

View the videos. The following videos shall not be used for any result dispute and the assets are considered unofficial:

Records:

  • None for today.

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition. Final selection to be approved by SAA Training & Selection:

  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 3.89m, long jump girls – Vanessa Low Si Ying (NYGH) 5.00m ??m/s. First time this year met the mark. However is 14-years-old. Minimum age for participation is 15. Only top 2 result from C-Div extracted.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 3.89m, long jump girls – Low Seow Ting (CG) 4.84m ??m/s. First time this year met the mark. However is 14-years-old. Minimum age for participation is 15. Only top 2 result from C-Div extracted.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 1.94m, high jump boys – Chin Yee Kit, Samuel (RI) 1.97m. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ships qualifying mark of 1.93m, high jump boys – Chin Yee Kit, Samuel (RI) 1.97m. Second time this year met the mark.

Related Links:
Official website
SAA page on National School

The below results are courtesy of & compiled by RJCAT for SSSC. For any dispute please refer to them:

View the videos. The following videos shall not be used for any result dispute and the assets are considered unofficial:

Records:

  • Discus (C-Boys)
    Chia Ting Xuan, Jordan (RI) 51.54m
    Eric Yee Chun Wai (HCI) 49.19m
    Previous held by Alan Teh Qun Yao (HCI) 2006 47.23m

Updates:

  • Age verified, 15 years old. Anissa Sharmaine Jefri Schmitt (CG) 11.13m 0.0m/s met Asian Youth Games & SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark for triple jump girls event.

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition:

  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 15.30s, 100m hurdles 0.762m girls- Kerstin Ong Jing Rong (SSP) 15.05s ??m/s HEATS. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 15.30s, 100m hurdles 0.762m girls- Kerstin Ong Jing Rong (SSP) 14.99s ??m/s FINAL. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.72s, 100m hurdles 0.762m girls – Kerstin Ong Jing Rong (SSP) 15.05s ??m/s HEATS. Fourth time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.72s, 100m hurdles 0.762m girls – Kerstin Ong Jing Rong (SSP) 14.99s ??m/s FINAL. Fifth time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.72s, 100m hurdles 0.762m girls – Nur Izlyn Bte Zaini (SSP) 15.41s ??m/s HEATS. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.72s, 100m hurdles 0.762m girls – Nur Izlyn Bte Zaini (SSP) 15.12s ??m/s FINAL. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.72s, 100m hurdles 0.762m girls – Naomi Louise Tan (NYGH) 15.65s ??m/s FINAL. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 15.30s, 100m hurdles 0.762m girls – Nur Izlyn Bte Zaini (SSP) 15.12s ??m/s FINAL. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.41s, 110m hurdles 0.914m boys – Jay Choo Zhan Xian (SSP) 15.09s ??m/s HEATS. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.41s, 110m hurdles 0.914m boys – Jay Choo Zhan Xian (SSP) 14.84s ??m/s FINAL. Third time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.41s, 110m hurdles 0.914m boys – Muhammad Danial B Othman (VS) 15.21s ??m/s HEATS. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 15.41s, 110m hurdles 0.914m boys – Muhammad Danial B Othman (VS) 15.21s ??m/s FINAL. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 51.13s, 400m boys – Zubin Percy Muncherji (ACJC) 49.35s. Fourth time this year met the mark.
  • Met IAAF World C’ship qualifying mark of 49.95s, 400m boys – Zubin Percy Muncherji (ACJC) 49.35s. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 5.14m, long jump girls – Lynette Lim Enxuan (CG) 5.20m ??m/s. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 3.89m, long jump girls – Lynette Lim Enxuan (CG) 5.20m ??m/s. First time this year met the mark.

Related Links:
Official website
SAA page on National School

Posted by Sha

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has issued a statement alerting all athletes to the risks associated with prohibited substance GW501516.

The black market substance GW501516 is being sold to and used by some athletes. The side effect of this chemical compound is so serious that WADA is taking the rare step of warning “cheats” to ensure that there is complete awareness of the possible health risks to athletes who succumb to the temptation of using GW501516 for performance enhancement.

GW501516 was a developmental drug that was withdrawn from research by the pharmaceutical company and terminated when serious toxicities were discovered in pre-clinical studies. Clinical approval has not, and will not be given for this substance.

However, GW501516 has been available for some months on the black market, through the Internet and elsewhere. Anti-Doping authorities have already seen its use by athletes, as there are a number of positive cases.

GW501516 has been included on WADA’s List of Prohibited Substances and Methods since 2009. Since 2012 it has been prohibited under category S4-5b, Peroxisome Proliferator Activated Receptor δ (PPARδ) agonists. GW501516 is also referred to by different names, including GW501, GW516, GW1516 and Endurobol.

Anti-Doping Singapore

13th Apr 2013
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