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4th-Singapore-U23-Open-Track-&-Field-Championships-2014

A Singapore citizen and PRs only competition.

LINKS: LIVE results | PDF results | Startlist | Schedule | Map | Recap | Photo #1


Updates


Info

Date:

  • 11 & 12 Oct 2014 (Sat & Sun)

Venue:

  • Kallang Practice Track (Stop at Stadium train station. Exit via “Exit B”. Walk North where you can use underpass to get to stadium.)

Download Registration Form Files:

Top Performer Past Edition:

  • 2013 – Dipna Lim Prasad (200m women) & Sean Lim Zi Qing (Pole Vault men)
  • 2012 – Dipna Lim Prasad (200m women) & Matthew Goh (Long Jump men)
  • 2011 – Dipna Lim Prasad (200m women) & Stefan Tseng (Triple Jump men)
    • Should the athlete age below 23 years old competes in the Open Category, his/her performance will be considered U23 Category.
    • *Performance will be calculated using IAAF outdoor scoring table.

Age eligibility / Categories :

    Under 23 – (Minimum age – 13 as at 31 Dec 2014, i.e. those born in 1992 – 2001)
    Open: (Minimum age – 13 as at 31 Dec 2014 & above, i.e. those born in 1991 & earlier)

Payment

Send in your registration form to events@singaporeathletics.org.sg.

Entry Fees:

    S$10.00 per entry (U23 & Open)
    S$20.00 per event (Late entries, pending lane allocation and slot availability)

Payment:

  • Send in your cheque. Cheque should be made payable to: “SINGAPORE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION”.
  • Our address to send in your cheque is 3 Champions Way, Singapore Sports School (Blk 1), #01-10, Singapore 737912.
  • There will be no refund of entry fees for any withdrawal / no-show after the closing date.
  • There will be no refund if event is cancelled due to bad/ wet weather on event day itself.
  • Cash payment can be done at the office – 3 Champions Way, Singapore Sports School (Blk 1), #01-10, Singapore 737912
  • School and Institution can be make payment via E-Invoice, kindly provide charge code, department to bill and person in charge

Closing date:

    Registration is closed as of Friday, 26th Sep 2014 at 5pm sharp .

For inquiries, please call 6386-2721, or email events@singaporeathletics.org.sg.


Registration Method #1 – Using Entry Forms

  1. Download Singapore U23 / Open registration file.
  2. Extract and open the various Excel entry form documents.
  3. Key in your athlete particulars.
  4. Send the Excel entry form documents to events@singaporeathletics.org.sg

Registration Method #2 – Electronic Registration

This event uses electronic registration to ease the registration process. After the first registration, you will be able to use the saved database of your athletes’ particulars for future registration of SAA events.

  1. Download Team Manager Lite software at http://www.hy-tekltd.com/downloads.html
  2. Then download and extract the this Series events file (EV1 format). Load it with the newly installed Team Manager Lite software.
  3. From there, register your participant(s).
  4. Then export the file and send it to events@singaporeathletics.org.sg
  5. Detailed manual instruction of event registration, refer to the Team Manager Lite Manual document.
  6. For inquiries, please call 63862721.

Hytek-Meet-Manager


Related Links:
3rd Singapore U23 / Open Track and Field Championships 2013
2nd Singapore U23 / Open Track and Field Championships 2012
1st Singapore U23 / Open Track and Field Championships 2011

Results

You can find the full athletics results here.

Team S’pore Results

Mark m/s Category Name Status Date
14.58 0.5 100m Hurdles 0.762m Girls Zani Nur Izlyn Heat 2 20-Aug-14 6/7 pos
15.60 0.2 100m Hurdles 0.762m Girls Zani Nur Izlyn Final C 23-Aug-14 4/4 pos, clipped 3rd hurdle

Videos

Link: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLK95teWFZJVDPAtUyI7oM3eKtkM_ui54c

Photos

Click on thumbnail to enlarge the image.

Related links:
SAA page on 2nd Youth Olympic Games 2014

Posted by Sha

Date: Saturday, 4 October 2014

Time: 8.00 am (registration & weighing)

Venue: Singapore Flyer (Amphi Theater)

Entry form: Download in DOC format

Any enquiries please contact rahmatullah_dawood@singaporeathletics.org.sg

29th Aug 2014
Posted by Sha

Held on 17th August at Marina Promontory. You can download the results here.

Video

Photos

Related links:
SAA page on SAA Series Race Walk 3 Competitions 2014

Posted by Sha

Sabah-Athletics-Championships-2014

Date: 6 & 7 September 2014

Venue: Stadium Likas Kota Kinabalu Sabah

Results: In ZIP format

Entry form: In ZIP format

Singapore athletes needs to seek sanction from SAA if they wish to participate.

Athletes also need to arrange your own registration, accommodation and flight bookings.

Related links:
2010 edition

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Local

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The Singapore Airlines Charity Run is one of the charity activities Singapore Airlines is holding as part of the lead up to Singapore’s 50th Birthday celebrations in 2015. Through these activities, Singapore Airlines will be raising funds for the Community Chest of Singapore, in tandem with the Care & Share Movement.

Date: 2 Nov 14, Sunday

Venue: F1 pit

Sign up at http://www.siacharityrun.com.sg

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Results

Accurate as of 23 Aug, 6:35pm.

Excludes men high jump result, to resume on Day 2, 1pm.


Photos


Highlights

Marestella, Torres from the Philippine won the women long jump final with a 6.45m (2.4m/s) effort. The 33-year-old pulled her best leap on her sixth final jump.

Marestella,-Torres

Malaysia’s wonder girl in the jumps, Noor Amira Mohamad Nafiah will be disappointed to settle for silver in the women long jump, 6.14m -0.1m/s. Her specialty is the triple jump.

Noor-Amira-Mohamad-Nafiah

Suzuki, Takanao of Japan fended of Thai’s Thawat Khachin challenge in the men shot put for gold. His effort of 16.59m was enough to clinch first place.

Suzuki,-Takanao

Singapore national thrower Wong Kai Yuen had a below par performance in the men shot put. He threw 15.79m for bronze under SAFSA color.

wong-kai-yuen

It’s a 1-2 finish for Japan in the women 400m hurdles. Kira, Manami (#49) passed the finishing line in 58.18s to Hosaka, Maiko’s (#48) 61.11s.

Kira,-Manami-Hosaka,-Maiko

The men 800m race was a timed final. #81 Yanagisawa, Junki of Japan emerged the fastest among the field with 1:54.18min. #266 Heidizayat, Tapsir is Singapore top Masters athlete.

Yanagisawa,-Junki

Soh, Hua Qun of NUS ran 1:57.91min for the 800m men timed final, 6/18 overall ranking.

Soh,-Hua-Qun

G T A, Abeyratne from Sri Lanka was in a class of her own as she ran from start to finish leading the field, crossed the finishing line in 2:06.98min

G-T-A,-Abeyratne

Singapore top high jump youth athlete, Valerie Cheong soared to a new personal best earlier. She improved her PB by 3cm to 1.65m.

valerie-cheong

Singapore’s Michelle Sng journey to SEA Games 2015 has only just began, quite positively today as the 27-years-old achieved a season best effort of 1.76m, which earned her a bronze in the women high jump final.

michelle-sng

SEA Games 2013 women high jump bronze medalist Pham, Thi Diem clinched gold in the Championship earlier. A 1.79m effort was enough for gold.

Pham,-Thi-Diem

Murata, Kazuya of Japan powered himself to gold in the men 200m final. He crossed the finishing line in 21.15s (1.0m/s)

Murata,-Kazuya

SEA Games 2013 double SEA Games gold sprint champ Vu, Thi Huong (#299) being chased by our sprint queen Shanti Veronica Pereira (#227). The former finished the 200m women final with gold (23.82s), to the latter, a silver (24.39s).

Vu,-Thi-Huong-shanti

Lin, Chia Ying of Chinese Taipei had a massive throw of 17.02m in the women shotput, eclipsing her other competitors.

Lin,-Chia-Ying

Singapore’s Zhang Guirong missed the bronze as she could only muster a 14.04m throw finishing fourth overall in the women shot put rankings. Her last season best effort was 14.99m.

zhang-guirong

Eric Shauwn, Cray ran 51.60s in the men 400m hurdles final. The 26-years-old running for Philippine clinched gold and looks good to defend his SEA Games title next year in Singapore.

Eric-Shauwn,-Cray

Hussadin Rodmanee of Thailand was the only athlete in the men javelin final field to launch a above 70 metres throw earlier with a brilliant 72.10m effort. The SEA Games 2013 silver medalist upstaged his Thai compatriot, Peerachet, Jantra, who was SEA Games 2013 champion, relegated third in the standings.

Hussadin,-Rodmanee

It was an exciting men Long Jump Open final, as the lead changed hand multiple times. But it was Kuwaiti Saleh, Alhaddad who emerged the champion who leapt 7.72m (0.7m/s) to clinch gold.

Saleh,-Alhaddad

It was a superb outing for Khan, Meng Linn at the Singapore Open earlier as he had a massive PB. A 7.26m effort, that’s a 16cm improvement in the long jump. Good job!

Khan,-Meng-Linn

Related links:
SAA page on 76th Singapore Open Track & Field Championships 2014

Kenneth-Khoo

Kenneth Khoo will be representing Singapore in the Men 800 Meter Run Open at the 76th Singapore Open Track & Field Championships 2014. Here’s is his profile awareness of our selected National Athletes for the competition.

    Age: 32 years old

    Weight: 70kg

    Height: 173cm

    Coach: Melvin Tan

    PB:
    100m – 10.86s 3.3m/s (2006 2nd Allcomer)
    200m – 21.51s 1.6m/s (2007 IVP)
    400m – 47.59s (2005 Negeri Sembilan Open)

How’s your preparation leading up to Singapore Open?

My preparations are in view of the 2015 SEA Games. The Singapore Open will be useful for me to get some race exposure in other distances to get some variety.

What is your expectation in terms of results at Singapore Open?

I haven’t raced the 800m in 3 years, so not really sure how I’ll do. But I’ll always give my best.

Who do you look up to (eg idol, mentor) for inspiration?

As you get older, you tend to look up to people who are in your shoes, experiencing the same struggles as you. In that regard, I do respect athletes like Felix Sanchez & Chris Brown, both of whom have rolled back the years & have continued to be a dominant force at the highest level despite their advancing age.

How did you get started in athletics?

I started athletics when i was in JC with my coach Melvin Tan. Back then I was considered quite a late starter. But I guess that’s one of the reasons I’m still in the sport today. I was never trained to the point of burnt out just for national schools.

Related links:
76th Singapore Open Track & Field Championships 2014

23rd Aug 2014

calvin-kang

Calvin Kang will be representing Singapore in the Men 100 Meter Dash Open at the 76th Singapore Open Track & Field Championships 2014. Here’s is his profile awareness of our selected National Athletes for the competition.

    Age: 23 years old

    Weight: 67kg

    Height: 175cm

    Coach: Melvin Tan

    PB:
    100m – 10.52s -0.4m/s (2013 IAAF World C’ships)
    200m – 21.68s 1.0m/s (2010 Asian Games)
    400m – 49.94s (2013 Series 3)

How’s your preparation leading up to Singapore Open?

Preparation for Singapore Open is a bit short as I just came back from the Commonwealth Games! However, it will be a good prep towards the Asian Games next month!

What is your expectation in terms of results at Singapore Open?

Expectation will be to run close to a PB in the 100m, if God willing to break 10.52s! For the relay, we plan to run a SB, below 39.9s!

Who do you look up to (eg idol, mentor) for inspiration?

I look up to Mr C Kunalan- he ran a superb 10.38s 40 over years ago, the support then was minimal but what was driving him was his talent, his passion and his focus to break the national record! I hope to emulate him!

How did you get started in athletics?

Elias Park Primary’s PE teacher spotted me with fast legs! There are 2 areas that make a sprinter fast! Quick legs + big stride! I had a very fast frequency at that tender age and it was a natural progression to try out sprints! I began to love it since.

Related links:
76th Singapore Open Track & Field Championships 2014

23rd Aug 2014
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