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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 established. Muhammad Syazani Bin Abdul Wahid (SSP) ran 11.24s with a windspeed of 1.0m/s to meet the Asian Youth Games qualifying mark for 100m boys event.
  • Windspeed established. Lynette Lim Enxuan (CG) jumped 11.79m with a windspeed of 0.5m/s to meet SEA Youth C’ship & Asian Youth Game qualifying mark for triple jump girls event.

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition:

  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 61.53s, 400m hurdles 0.840m boys – Muhd Adnan Hakim (SSP) 59.97s. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 13.20m, triple jump boys – Muhd Afiq Bin Hasan (SSP) 13.31m ??m/s. Second time this year met the mark.

Related Links:
Official website
SAA page on National School

Lynette-Lim-Enxuan
A file photo of Lim, Enxuan Lynett when she competed at last year’s SEA Youth Championship where she finished 5th position, 11.04 metres (0.0m/s)

Cedar Girls’ Secondary School Lynette Lim Enxuan is the new National record holder in the open women category of the triple jump, pending ratification by SAA, when she leapt 11.79 metres on the fourth day of the 54th National Inter-School earlier.

The Championship which was held at Choa Chu Kang saw the 16-year-old in three jumps one after the other establishing a septuplets of records, the National, National Junior, Youth Best Performance, Under-23, Under-19, Under-17 and B-Division record.

She improved the old mark by six centimeters previously held by Mariam Shazana bte Jalalludin 11.73 metres in 2009 at Vietnam.

The young petite athlete has shown signs of threatening to crack the national mark this year as Lynette’s recent results has shown her to be in a sublime form.

Before her national mark effort, Lynette leapt 11.66 metres (1.9m/s) at the recent 1st Singapore Youth & Junior Athletics Championships 2013 in March, and 11.34 metres (-0.6m/s) in January.

Only a handful of records were ever successfully established at the National Inter-School Championship.

The recent one was Chan Sheng Yao’s pole vault 4.82 metres exploit last Friday at this very edition of the Championship, Sean Lim’s pole vaulting 4.80 metres in 2011, and former 80’s sprint queen Prema Govinda’s 200 metres blitz at the 1984 Championship (24.65 seconds A Division).

With this effort, the youth athlete deservedly has met two major overseas competition qualifying mark, the 8th SEA Youth Athletics Championships 2013 (Qual. mark is 11.12m in Jun) and the Nanjing 2nd Asian Youth Games 2013 (Qual. mark is 10.73m in Aug).

Lynette Lim Enxuan is however short of meeting the mark for the 8th IAAF World Youth Championships 2013, to be held in July. She would need to rewrite her own record as the qualifying mark is 12.30 metres.

She is currently being coached by Mr. John Seem.

Lynette Lim Enxuan triple jump progress
2013 – 11.79m 0.5m/s
2012 – 11.54m ??m/s
2011 – 11.16m ??m/s

Photo by Jimmy Chan.

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:

  • Triple Jump B Girls – Lynette Lim Enxuan (CG) 11.79m 0.5m/s
    Previously held by Mariam Shazana Bte Jalalludin, 11.56m
    A new national, national jr, youth, u23, u19, u17 and B-Div record. Record pending ratification by SAA.
    Read the article here.
  • High Jump C Girls – Low Seow Ting (CG )1.60m
    Previously held by Low Seow Ting & See Toh Mun Yee, 1.55m

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition:

  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 1.60m, high jump girls – Low Seow Ting (CG )1.60m. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 14.60m, shot put 5kg boys – Brian See Wei Ren (RI) 15.02m. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 11.12m, triple jump girls – Lynette Lim Enxuan (CG) 11.79m 0.5m/s. Third time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 10.73m, triple jump girls – Lynette Lim Enxuan (CG) 11.79m 0.5m/s. Third 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:

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition:

  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 51.13s, 400m boys – Zubin Percy Muncherji (ACJC) 50.04s. Third time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 11.27s, 100m boys – Muhammad Syazani Bin Abdul Wahid (SSP) 11.24s 1.0m/s. First time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 30.35m, discus throw 1kg girls – Ng Jing Ling, Fiona (VJC) 33.10m. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 30.35m, discus throw 1kg girls – Long Jia Ning Alicia (HCI) 31.23m. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 3.00m, pole vault girls – Chang An Zi (GM) 3.13m. Third time this year met the mark.

Related Links:
Official website
SAA page on National School

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Chan Sheng Yao with his coach, David Yeo.

17-year-old Chan Sheng Yao has accomplished what most of us athlete dream of, to hold a National Record.

The Hwa Chong Institution athlete rightly did so earlier today on the second day of the 54th National Inter-School Championship when he pole vault himself into the record books.

He successfully attempted 4.82 metres competing for the A-Boys category pole vault event.

The bespectacled youngster started at the height of 4.06 meters and cleared it on his first attempt.

He then tried 4.31 metres of which he managed to clear it on his last attempt, but not before leaping 4.21 metres prior to that.

At the next attempted height of 4.41 metres Sheng Yao was once pushed again up to his second try for a successful vault.

He then boldly escalated the height to 4.70 metres. While he failed on his first two attempts, he by a whisker managed to vault over on the third try. That attempt improved his previous best which stood at 4.64 metres which was set last year at the same venue & competition.

Sheng Yao from afar then consulted with his coach, David Yeo and settled on attempting the height of 4.82 metres. As with his previous height, the student athlete saved the best for last.

With the crowd behind him, he cleared the height on his last attempt.

Born in 1996, Chan Sheng Yao is currently the youngest record holder for holding an active men open National Record (Mariam Shazana holds the joint record for the open women side at the age of 17-years-old for the triple jump event).

That distinction was previously held by his teammate and fellow Hwa Chong’ian Sean Lim Zi Qing who at 18 years old was the former record holder for the men pole vault event with a height of 4.81 meters (Established on June 2011 at S’pore U23/Open C’ship).

Both athlete are coached by David Yeo, whose stable of pole vaulters from his camp currently holds a sweep of records for the pole vault event locally.

The 4.82 meters effort also earned Chan Sheng Yao a sextuple of record in one attempt, the National Men, National Junior Men, Men Under-23, Men Under-19, Youth Best Performance record and A-Division boys record.

The effort has also earmarked him to be one of the promising prospect and a medal hopeful as the result managed to meet the qualifying mark for overseas International competition such as the the IAAF World Youth Championship (4.55m qual mark, Jul) and the SEA Games (4.70m qual mark, Dec).

Photo courtesy of Mr. Terry Tan Lee Ban.

Record is pending ratification by SAA.

Chan Sheng Yao progression:
2013 – 4.82m, 18cm improvement
2012 – 4.64m, 2cm improvement
2011 – 4.62m

Video

6th 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:

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition:

  • Met SEA Youth C’ship qualifying mark of 51.13s, 400m boys – Zubin Percy Muncherji (ACJC) 50.31s. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 1.60m, high jump girls – Cheong May Chi, Valerie (CG) 1.60m. Second time this year met the mark.
  • Met Asian Youth Games qualifying mark of 12.76m, 5kg shotput boys – Leow Chen Yue, Abel (RI) 12.79m. First 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:

Met qualifying mark of overseas competition:

    None, no athletes met any qualifying mark.

Related Links:
Official website
SAA page on National School

IAAF response: Unqualified athletes

    Please note that the rule for entering unqualified athletes has changed.

    From now on, Members Federations who have no male and/or no female qualified athletes may enter one unqualified male athlete OR one unqualified female athlete – not BOTH – in one individual event (except the 10,000m, 3000mSteeplechase and the Combined Events).

    The Entry of unqualified athletes in Field Events and Road Events (Marathon and Race Walks) will be at the discretion of the Technical Delegates.

Related Links:
SAA page on 14th IAAF World Championships 2013
Official website

Divisional champion:

    A-Boys: Hwa Chong Institution

    B-Boys: Hwa Chong Institution

    C-Boys: Hwa Chong Institution

    A-Girls: Raffles Institution

    B-Girls: Cedar Girls’ Sec School

    C-Girls: Nanyang Girls’ High School

    O-Girls: Raffles Institution

Records established:

  1. 100 Metres (A-Boys) – Chan Zhiyuan Donovan, HCI
    Old Championship Record – 2001, 10.80s
    Chan Zhiyuan Donovan mark – 10.70s (?? m/s)
  2. 400 Metres Hurdles (B-Boys) – Raymond Scott Lee Chian Hoong, SJI
    Old Championship Record – 2010, 56.48s
    Raymond Scott Lee Chian Hoong mark – 55.04s
  3. 400 Metres Hurdles (B-Boys) – Quek Jun Jie Calvin, VS
    Old Championship Record – 2010, 56.48s
    Raymond Scott Lee Chian Hoong mark – 55.05s
  4. 200 Metres (B-Girls) – Eugenia Tan Yan Ning, S’pore Sports School
    Old Championship Record – 1995, 25.65s
    Eugenia Tan Yan Ning mark – 25.64s (0.0 m/s)
  5. 200 Metres (A-Boys) – Chan Zhiyuan Donovan, HCI
    Old Championship Record – 2005, 21.78s
    Chan Zhiyuan Donovan mark – 21.75s (0.0 m/s)
  6. Pole Vault (Girls) (O-Girls) – Teo Carmel, Henderson Secondary
    3 records altogether, Junior, Youth Best Performance and CR
    Old National Junior Record – 2012, 3.31m
    Old Youth Best Performance Record – 2012, 3.31m
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 2.80m
    New mark for the above three records – 3.32m
  7. Pole Vault (Girls) (O-Girls) – Chang An Zi, Singapore Sports School
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 2.80m
    Chang An Zi mark – 2.90m
  8. Pole Vault (Girls) (O-Girls) – Tong Ray Nee, Hwa Chong Institution
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 2.80m
    Tong Ray Nee mark – 2.80m, equal record
  9. 100 Metres Hurdles (B-Girls) – Jannah Wong Min, CHIJ Katong Convent
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 14.85s
    New Championship Record – 14.83s (?? m/s)
  10. 400 Metres (A-Boys) – Ng Chin Hui, Raffles Institution
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 48.98s
    New Championship Record – 48.81s
  11. 100 Metres (B-Girls) – Eugenia Tan Yan Ning, Singapore Sports School
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 12.43s
    New Championship Record – 12.39s (1.0 m/s)
  12. Triple Jump (B-Boys) – Benjamin Ong Yu Kai, Singapore Sports School
    Old Championship Record – 1991, 14.19m
    New Championship Record – 14.20m (-0.8m/s)
  13. Pole Vault (B-Boys) – Chan Sheng Yao, HCI
    Old CR Mark – 2011, 4.38m
    Old Youth Best Performance – 2012, 4.63m
    New Mark – 4.64m
  14. 100 Metres (C-Girls) – Nur Izlyn Bte Zaini, S’pore Sports School
    Old Mark – 2010, 12.75s
    New Mark – 12.74s
  15. Discus (A-Girls) – Chan Zhi Xuan, ACJC
    Old Mark – 2011, 38.60m
    New Mark – 38.86m
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