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Tin Shu Min – 1:58.26 (New 20km Road Women National Record).
Eclipsing her own previous record of 2:00:16.
Achieved yesterday morning at the Asian 20km Race Walking Championships Nomi Japan 2015 – SAA Selection Trial.
In picture is Shu Min with her coach Chu Seow Beng.
Record is pending ratification by SAA.
|2:53:08||Marathon||Ramesh PALANIANDY||–||Team Singapore||HK & Asian Marathon 2015||25-Jan-2015|
|DNF||Marathon||Lim Thow Wee||–||Team Singapore||HK & Asian Marathon 2015||25-Jan-2015|
|3:11:40||Marathon||Rachel See||–||Team Singapore||HK & Asian Marathon 2015||25-Jan-2015|
|3:23:46||Marathon||Ong Kai Fen||33||Team Singapore||HK & Asian Marathon 2015||25-Jan-2015|
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LINKS: Photos | PDF Results | LIVE Results | Start List | Schedule
The Singapore Athletics family will also be holding a minute of applause in memory of Md Zaki Sapari at the Series 2 this Saturday and we will also have a banner for competitors to pen their fond memories of our beloved brother. The banner will then be presented to Zaki’s parents to show that the whole fraternity is with them.
Online entries are now closed.
All late entries WILL be entertained, PENDING lane and slot availability of maximum 16 participants for field event. Late entries participant will need to report to the event day itself to register 90 min before session start time.
Strictly NO changing of category once the start list is published.
We have changed the entry forms to facilitate an easier entry registration experience. The FAQ screenshot is instructional purposes on using the entry form. KEY-IN THE CORRECT FIELDS AND ENSURE YOU USE THE NEW FORMS OR YOUR ENTRY WILL BE REJECTED.
- 15 Feb – Full results uploaded.
- 15 Feb – Day 1 results uploaded.
- 12 Feb – Updated Schedule uploaded.
- 12 Feb – Start list uploaded.
- 1 Feb – Event page created.
- Saturday & Sunday, 14 & 15 February 2015
- Start List
- Start List
- Entry Forms
- Appendix A – Participating Events
- Appendix B – The Schedule
- Conditions Document
- Competition Format
- FAQ Screenshot
Age eligibility / Categories :
Minimum age – 13 (i.e. those born in 2003 & earlier)
Under 15: 13 years to 14 years old as of 31 December 2015
Youth: 15 years to 17 years old as of 31 December 2015
Junior: 18 years to 19 years old as of 31 December 2015
Open: 13 years old and above unless otherwise stated
Send in your registration form to [email protected].
- Send in your cheque. Cheque should be made payable to: “SINGAPORE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION”.
- Our address to send in your cheque is #01-33, 3 Stadium Drive, S397630.
- 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.
S$10.00 per event
S$20.00 per event (Late entries, pending available lane allocation and slot)
Registration is closed as of Sunday, 8 Feb 2015.
For inquiries, please call 6386-2721, or email [email protected].
Registration Method – Using Entry Forms
- Download entry forms.
- Extract and open the various entry form documents.
- Key in your athlete particulars.
- Send the entry form documents to [email protected]
UPDATE, 10 MARCH: Results posted.
UPDATE, 6 MARCH: Start list has been uploaded.
EXTENDED Closing Date : SUNDAY 28 February 2015 12 NOON
Date: Saturday, 7 March 2015 at 1400hrs
Venue: Bedok Reservoir Park, Boat Vista (Canoe Park Area)
Official website: www.swiftaa.com
Entry Form: Download Here
Send your entry forms to [email protected]
The unsung heroes who works behind the scene, massaging, patching up and helping our athletes to achieve their optimum best for their next training.
Recovery & Rehab Services/Sports Science services provided by SAA with support from Singapore Sports Institute (SSI).
The throwers. From L-R, Rapet Julien (Not part of the squad), Landdis Su, Hannah Lee, Wong Kai Yuen, Coach Jana Lauren and Benny Lam (Not part of the squad).
This is Khan, Meng Linn. The 25-year-old has a long jump men personal best of 7.26m set last year.
The hardworking groundsman at Kallang Practice Track.
– Salim Yat
– Ayaa D/O Singaram
– Hajumi Lawin
Say hi to them when you see them.
Coach Fabian Williams and his athlete, Wendy Enn.
This is Nurul Jannah, her specialty is the women long jump who has a personal best of 5.68m in the event. The 23-year-old was featured in the Berita Harian today, so pickup a copy.
Zubin Percy Muncherji doing some laps. He was still a junior at the age of 18-years-old when he rewrote the men 400m national record with a timing of 47.29 seconds at the Asian Junior Championships last year.
This is Khong, Zhi Wei, doing some functional weights exercise. The 19-year-old is part of the current SEA Games training squad who has a personal best of 50.28 seconds (IVP) in the men 400m event.
SAA Head Coach Luis Cunha imparting some instructions to the national women relay team.
Women national discus thrower Hannah Lee has so far surpassed the SEA Games bronze benchmark five times for her event since the start of the qualifying period. Her personal best is 45.91m.
17-year-old Nur Izlyn Bte Zaini is part of the women national relay setup. The promising sprinter who hold the girls 100m hurdles youth record (14.34s) has a personal best of 12.61s in the 100m flat.
Veteran sprinter Poh Seng Song will be invaluable to the men national relay setup with his wealth of sprinting experience. The 32-year-old has a PB of 10.58s in 100m, 21.76s in the 200m and 49.86s in the 400m. The pilot who recently married to fellow national sprinter Dipna Lim-Prasad, ran 10.70s last season.
This is Muhammad Reyhan. He recently achieved a personal best of 50.53 seconds in the men 400m event at the IVP.
Seow, Yeong Yang, a freshman at NUS has a PB of 49.70s in the men 400m event.
Sprinter Wendy Enn is gunning for her third SEA Games appearance. The 21-year-old has a PB of 12.19s (100m), 58.16s (400m).
Joseph Yuan (100m PB 10.80s) and Lim Yao Peng (100m PB 10.89s) part of the national men relay setup.
Our sprint queen Shanti Veronica Pereira hair looking wo wo wo! The still teen 19-year-old is our current women national record holder for the 100m (11.89s) and the 200m (23.99s).
21-year-old Tan, Zong Yang has a PB of 50.26s for the 400m men.
A baton exchange from Md Amirudin (100m PB 10.46s, 28yrs) to Ariff Januri (100m PB 10.85s, 21yrs).
Md Elfi (Front, 100m PB of 10.56s)
Md Naqib (Behind, 100m PB of 10.57s)
T. Piriyah, the 23-year-old undegrad has a personal best of 56.20 seconds in the 400 metres women.
Su, Landdis landed a personal best in his pet event, the men discus throw recently at the IVP, a 44.62 metres effort.
Ohai from (L-R) Kerstin Ong (100m PB 12.73s), Tyra Summer Ree (400m 59.17s) and Eugenia Tan (100m PB 12.36s).
Want to look lean and mean. Join athletics. A very muscular tight back view of the evergreen quarter-miler capitan, Kenneth Khoo. Train at KPT.