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With the upcoming 20th Asian Athletics Championships 2013 (July 4-7, India), let’s have a throwback Friday.
Did you know that for the eleventh edition of the Asian Athletics Championships held in 1995, Singapore sent a team of seven.
It was headed by Team Manager LTC Bay You Joea with four athletes competing, Hamkah Afik, Md. Hosni, G. Elangovan and Tan Khek Tiong.
Two then SAAA officials accompanied the team are Kok Fie Ling and Choa Ee Chin.
The 1995 Championships was held in Jakarta, Indonesia at the Bung Karno Stadium.
Here’s a couple of photos from the meet.
A total of 40 countries participated in that Championships
The team on their way home
The links as below:
2013 Series Race Walk Competitions page
Links as below:
Team Singapore results
|53.44||–||400m Hurdles Men Open||Bin Sapari, Muhammad Zaki||21||Heat 1||2 pos|
|54.71||–||400m Hurdles Men Open||Bin Sapari, Muhammad Zaki||21||Final||7 pos|
|49.75||–||400m Men Open||Bin Sapari, Muhammad Zaki||21||Heat 2||5 pos|
|49.75||–||400m Men Open||Loh Guopei||22||Heat 4||6 pos|
|51.24||–||400m Men Open||Ow Yeong Yu Xiang||18||Heat 3||7 pos|
|51.56||–||400m Men Open||Teo Yan||18||Heat 4||8 pos|
|50.06||–||Men Discus Throw (2kg) Open||Wong, James||44||Final||4 pos, SB|
|10.84||0.4||100m Men Open||Mohammad, Naqib Asmin||18||Final||10th rank, PB|
|10.95||-2.7||100m Men Open||Mohammad, Naqib Asmin||18||Heat 3||1 pos|
|21.99||-0.5||200m Men Open||Mohammad, Naqib Asmin||18||Heat 4||2 pos, PB|
|22.09||-0.4||200m Men Open||Mohammad, Naqib Asmin||18||Final||5 pos|
|39.85||–||4x100m Men Open||Elfi, Gary, Cheng Wei, Amir||–||Final||3 pos, bronze|
|39.98||–||4x100m Men Open||Elfi, Gary, Cheng Wei, Calvin||–||Heat 2||4 pos|
|15:52.52||–||5000m Men||Soh, Rui Yong||21||Final||7 pos, SB|
|3:19.74||–||4x400m Men||Teo Yan, Zaki, Ow, Guopei||–||Final||6th rank, SB|
|56.20||–||400m Women Open||T. Piriyah||21||Heat 1||1 pos, PB|
|57.11||–||400m Women Open||T. Piriyah||21||Final||4 pos|
|26.15||-1.1||200m Women Open||Bte Ahmad, Habibah Najihahbi||19||Heat 1||2 pos|
|12.64||-0.6||100m Women Open||Bte Ahmad, Habibah Najihahbi||19||Heat 5||5 pos|
|13.41||-1.6||100m Women Open||Tan, Eugenia||17||Heat 6||8 pos, ham pull|
|40.11||–||Women Discus Throw (1kg) Open||Hannah Lee Shin Yan||21||Final||9 pos|
|3:48.16||–||4x400m Women||Wendy, Shanti, Dipna, Piriyah||–||Final||2 pos, SB, silver|
SAA page on Taiwan Open Athletics Championships 2013
- 10th Sep – Full and S’pore team results uploaded
- 1st Sep – A team of seven for Thailand Open C’ships 2013
- 28th May – Event page created.
Date: 3-6 September
Venue: Thammasat University Sport Complex (TUSC)
3,000m. Steeple Chase
3,000m. Steeple Chase
- Date: 29 June 2013
Venue: Open Field opposite Ang Mo Kio Hub
Category: International, Inter Club, Inter School, Inter Constituency and Inter Religious Groups
SAA was invited by Tug of War International Federation (TWIF) to attend the congress in Nov 2012.
Upon the invitation, SAA has agreed to attend the congress. This is the first time that SAA (or Singapore) is attending the congress.
On 23 April, Chairman Tug of War Committee, Mr Terry Tan together with 2 of his committee members, Mr Muhammad Irsham and Mr Adrin B Sani departed for Wisconsin.
The congress was carried out on 26 & 27 April at the Sheraton Hotel in Wisconsin. A total of 30 over international representatives from 16 countries attended the 2 day congress.
On the first day of the congress, Mr Terry Tan was invited by TWIF President, Mr Cathal Mckeever to give a presentation on the developments in Singapore and updates on the SEA Games. Singapore was the only country from ASIA to be given the opportunity to do a presentation. The rest were mainly from the European countries.
The presentation had given the participants an insight on how SAA worked closely with Myanmar to include tug of war in the 27th SEA Games.
After the first day of congress, the trio were invited by President to have a private meeting to discuss several important issues.
At the end of the congress, TWIF President had written a note to commend SAA’s effort in tug of war development especially in the SEA Games.
In conclusion, SAA had received good feedback for what we had done so far. The congress had also allowed us to network with other international representatives for the development of tug of war.
SAA looks forward to the TWIF congress next year @ Ireland.
Galleries as below:
Note: The softcopies files are not updated with the new dates.
- 13th Aug – Graduation.
- 10th Jun – Registration has been extended till 14th of June.
- 10th Jun – Course dates changed to 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 20, 21 and 28 July.
- 20th May – Course info posted.
Objectives of CECS Level 1 Course is to develop the skills to organize Kids Athletics: Preparation and Competition; orientation to athletics for 13-15 year-old.
Announcement of final list of participants will be made on 12 Jun 2013, and we’ve a limited maximum participants allowed of 24 only.
6-10 July (Sat to Wed),
13-14 July (Sat to Sun),
20-21 July (Sat to Sun),
28 July (Sun)
Venue : Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Course Fee : S$500.00
- Be a minimum of 18 years of age
- Have a minimum of a completed Primary school education
- Have an interest in athletics
- Be physically fit and able to learn to demonstrate all athletic events.
- Be willing to actively involve himself or herself as a qualified coach and to assist the IAAF Member Federation in the development of athletics
- Be able to speak and read the course language sufficiently well to sit a written and practical examination
- Be available throughout the duration of the course (10 days)
Registration has been extended till 14th of June.
- Please personally submit your application form, together with all your supporting documents (certificates, referral letters etc) and a cheque payment in person to SAA Secretariat at 3 Champions Way, Blk 1 Singapore Sports School, #01-10, Singapore 737912.
- Cheque should be made payable to “SINGAPORE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION”
Please visit between 10am to 12pm and 2pm to 5pm (Our office hours)
**Do not mail out or fax the application form and cheque
Note: Compulsory attendance or 100% attendance during the course.
For any enquiries please contact Joe Goh at 65-63862721 or email_at_singaporeathletics.org.sg.
- Language medium of teaching?
Only English is used.
- Does this course offer any priority in enrollment?
Yes, Singaporean coaches with experience will have higher priority.
- Is this cert NCAP equivalent?
IAAF Level 1 course is an integrated cert. You will receive both NCAP Theory Level 1 & IAAF Level 1 (Equivalent to NCAP Level 1 Technical) after passing the course
- I’ve other commitment, could I signup but miss a lesson or two?
100% attendance is required to pass the course.