- 4th July 2015, Saturday (Results)
- 15th August 2015, Saturday (Results)
- 5th September 2015, Saturday (Results)
Venue:ECP Jogging Track (Vicinity Car Park B1)
Time: Registration starts from 7am. Flag-off at 8am
Entry form: Download here.
Please forward all entries to SAA
Date: 15-16 August 2015
Venue: Stadium UNIVERSITI SAINS ISLAM MALAYSIA NILAI.
Entry form: Download here
Please submit your entries directly to the organizer ([email protected]) and not SA. Thank you.
Accurate as of 30th June 2015. Results and media courtesy of the organizers.
|10.56||-0.1||100m Men||Kang Li Loong Calvin||25||Leg 1||Bangkok stadium, Thailand||22-Jun-2015||Ranking 3rd overall|
|10.61||-1.0||100m Men||Kang Li Loong Calvin||25||Leg 2||TU Sports Complex, Thailand||25-Jun-2015||Ranking 4th overall|
|10.83||-1.5||100m Men||Kang Li Loong Calvin||25||Leg 3||Chanthaburi, Thailand||29-Jun-2015||Ranking 9th overall|
Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the photo. Photos courtesy of TeamSG
Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the photo. Photos courtesy of TeamSG
Athletes celebrate achievement
18 June 2015 – The Singapore Athletics (SA) family came together on Thursday night at the Hotel InterContinental to celebrate the achievements of Team Singapore Track and Field athletes at the 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games Singapore 2015.
The team of 74, led by Captain Kenneth Khoo, finished with a total of nine medals to cap a fantastic Games that was held on home soil, at the majestic National Stadium at Singapore Sports Hub.
Zhang Guirong retained her women’s shot put gold medal while Soh Rui Yong (Men’s marathon) and sprint queen Shanti Pereira (200m women’s) won their first ever SEA Games gold.
Our three silvers came from Rachel Yang (Pole Vault women), Dipna Lim Prasad in the women’s 400m Hurdles and the team of Calvin Kang, Gary Yeo, Lee Cheng Wei and Amirudin Jamal secured a silver finish in the men’s 4x100m.
There was more joy as Hannah Lee (discus), Michelle Sng (high jump) and Shanti Pereira (100m) rounded up the medal tally with a bronze each.
Not only did we score well in the medal haul, our national athletes also achieved greatness in their various disciplines.
A total of nine national records were broken while 16 athletes achieved their Personal Best during the Games.
This marks a resounding end to a successful SEA Games campaign, and SA President Mr Tang Weng Fei was pleased with the superb report card.
He said: “This was a homecoming for Singapore athletes after 22 years and not only did we surpass expectations, our athletes also delivered joy to Singaporeans from all walks of life. From Shanti’s coming of age at this Games to the men’s 4x100m quartet who stormed past the finishing line in second place. We also rewrote nine national records while 16 of our athletes achieved new highs.
“What was also evident was that Singaporeans loved athletics as much as we do. Over the course of the six-day campaign, thousands of supporters came down to the various venues to cheer for our Singapore athletes and it was a sight to behold.
“We cannot sit back now as we must now use this springboard to improve and keep the crowd coming. I extend my heartfelt congratulations to not just the medal winners but to each and every one of the 74 athletes and their coaches for a fantastic job well done.”
With a newly minted crown as Southeast Asia’s fastest woman over 200m, 18-year-old Shanti was still trying to get over the euphoria of striking gold in front of the brilliant home fans.
“This is not my dream but also Singapore’s dream.” declared Shanti. “Every bit of training paid off and my coaches’ advice made it happen. When I realised Singapore had waited 42 years for this gold medal in the 200m (Glory Barnabas won it back in 1973), it was even sweeter.”
“There are many people to thank but one thing is for sure. I could not have done it without the fanatical support at home. When I walked out at the National Stadium for my races, looking up into the stands and seeing so many Singapore flags and faces made me want to go faster. My sprint journey has just started but this 28th SEA Games on home soil, will always be one of my fondest memories.”
With a total of nine medals, nine national records and 16 personal bests attained, captain Kenneth was delighted that his final SEA Games was a memorable and successful one.
“When I was voted in to be captain of the Singapore Athletics team at this SEA Games, this was the kind of team spirit and achievements I wanted for us as a team. Everyone was encouraging one another and this is how it should be.
“I cannot be more happy to have led this truly remarkable team of 73 athletes and I hope, this is only the beginning to greater things for some of them. And of course, thank you to the wonderful supporters who were they over the course of five days giving us that extra boost to cross the finishing line.”
19th Jun 2015
Date: 1-2 August
Organizer: Ho Chi Minh Athletics Federation
|110m. Hurdles||100m. Hurdles|
|400m. Hurdles||400m. Hurdles|
|10,000m Walk||5,000m Walk|
|3,000m. Steeple Chase||–|
|Field||Long Jump||Long Jump|
|High Jump||High Jump|
|Triple Jump||Triple Jump|
|Shot Put||Shot Put|
|Javelin Throw||Javelin Throw|
|Discus Throw||Discus Throw|
|Pole Vault||Pole Vault|
For high performance athletes only.
Selection based on recent performances (from January 2015 sanctioned meets onwards).
Submit your interest by 19th June 2015. to SAA.
Selection criteria for Singapore athletes for overseas meet
Note: Overseas meet request are for Open invitational meets and not encompass qualifying meets such as SEA Youth, Asian Junior, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games.
- Based on the quota given by organiser (on a meet by meet basis), SAA is willing to send any Singaporean Athlete who meets or betters the SEA Games 2013 bronze medal benchmark (3rd placing of 2013 Sea Games).
If the quota is not met based on the number of athletes selected and confirmed, any Singaporean Athlete who is 5% or less from the SEA Games 2013 bronze medal benchmark, will also be nominated. All these athletes will be ranked and the cut off will be the quota number invited. If the quota has been reached and if you are still keen to compete, SAA is willing to co-pay with you at 50% of the flight tickets and if you meet or better the bronze medal benchmark, SAA will reimburse you the fees paid.
For any other athletes who are 6-10% off the 3rd placing of the SEA Games 2013 and are keen to compete, SAA will, on a case by case basis endorse you to be part of the team but you will have to bear the full costs of the air ticket and room and board stipulated by the organiser. Upon achieving the qualifying mark or better, SAA will reimburse the full amount to you.
Only 2 Athletes per country are allowed to be entered per event. If more than 2 athletes meet the bronze medal benchmark, the top 2 ranked athletes according to the qualifying window period will be nominated as well.
All SAA sanctioned competition results will be considered for nomination.
All athletes who are nominated and selected will have to attend all Team Training, Briefing & Camps.
SAA reserves the right to drop any qualified Athlete if the Athlete is deemed unfit to perform at a competitive level.
Relays will be represented by selected national teams only.
For further qualification and selection matters please contact SAA
In appreciation of SEIKO who provided timing systems and personnel for the SEA Games athletics event, SINGSOC with Singapore Athletics has hosted the SEIKO team over a dinner.
Seen in the photo is Singapore Athletics events manager Mr. Nelson Tan (5th from the left) and competition manager Mr. Wong Tien Choy (4th from the left), giving a token of appreciation to SEIKO team leader, Mr. Seiki Kitagwa, General Manager, SEIKO Timing Dept.
- 4x100m Men 12-Jun-15 39.24 – SEA Games / Singapore – National Record Men
- 4x100m Women 12-Jun-15 45.41 – SEA Games / Singapore – National Record Women
- Chan, Xue Rou, Cheryl 3000m Steeplechase Women 12-Jun-15 11:45.16 – SEA Games / Singapore C- National & U23 Women
- 4x400m Women 11-Jun-15 3:40.58 – SEA Games / Singapore – National Record Women
- Ang, Chen Xiang 110mH Men 11-Jun-15 14.38s 0.2m/s SEA Games / Singapore – National & U23 Men
- Rachel Yang Pole Vault Women 11-Jun-15 3.90m – SEA Games / Singapore – National Women
- Eugenia Tan Yan Ning Long Jump Women 10-Jun-15 6.18m 0.4m/s SEA Games / Singapore – Nat, Nat Jr, U23 Women
- Dipna Lim-Prasad 400m Hurdles Women 10-Jun-15 59.24s – SEA Games / Singapore – National Record Women
- Shanti Veronica Pereira 200m Women 10-Jun-15 23.60s 0.3m/s SEA Games / Singapore – Nat, Nat Jr, U23 Women
15th Jun 2015
Dear all, with the SEA Games coming to a close soon, the Sports Hub carpark will be closed as below to facilitate the closing ceremony and moving the props out of the venue.
Thank you for your kind understanding.
ADVISORY FOR CLOSING CEREMONY 16 JUNE 2015
– Please arrive early and take public transport.
– Do not drive as only vehicles with valid parking labels will be allowed entry into car parks.
THE FOLLOWING ROADS ARE AFFECTED BY ROAD CLOSURES
– Stadium Road, Stadium Drive, and Stadium Boulevard (http://seagam.es/OfQlu).
– Car parks in and around the National Stadium will close from 10pm (15 Jun 2015) and reopen at 1am (17 Jun 2015).
TAXI STAND OPERATION TIMINGS:
– Singapore Indoor Stadium – Open throughout
– OCBC Arena – Closed from 9.30pm (16 June) to 1am (17 June 2015)
– OCBC Aquatic Centre – Closed from 3pm (16 June) to 1am (17 June 2015)
TIMINGS FOR LAST TRAIN OUT
– Towards East (0018 hrs 17 June)
– Towards West (2345hrs 16 June)
– Towards Marina Bay (2343hrs 16 June)
– Towards Dhoby Gaut (2354hrs 16 June)
– Towards East/North (0020hrs 17 June)
15th Jun 2015
Tags: SEA Games
Team Manager: Dr Govindasamy Balasekaran
Assistant Team Manager: Morales Menon
Athletes: 74 (40 male & 34 females)
- National Record (9),
- Personal Best (28),
- Season Best (39),
- Avg Age (23),
- Avg Age Male (24),
- Avg Age Female (22)
- Men contributed 2 medals, while women 7 medals of the total 9 medal haul
- 5 medals are from Track events, and 4 medals from Field events
- 28 out of 74 of our athletes has personal breakthroughs in their respective events
- 42 out of 74 of our athletes has season-best in their respective events
- Full results at SEA Games 2015
- Team Singapore at SEA Games 2015
- Medal Standings at SEA Games 2015
- Placing Table at SEA Games 2015
There’s a total of 9 established national records, pending ratification by SA.
|39.24||–||4x100m Men||CK, Gary, CW, Amir||–||Final||12-Jun-2015||2/6pos, Silver, NR, PB, SB|
|14.38||0.2||110mH Men||Ang, Chen Xiang||21||Heat 2||11-Jun-2015||5/5pos, NR, PB, SB|
|45.41||–||4x100m Women||Wendy, Dipna, Shanti, Smriti||–||Final||12-Jun-2015||4/6pos, NR, PB, SB|
|3:40.58||–||4x400m Women||Piriyah, Dipna, Chui Ling, Shanti||–||Final||11-Jun-2015||4/4pos, NR, PB, SB|
|23.60||0.3||200m Women||Pereira, Shanti||19||Final||10-Jun-2015||1/8pos, Gold, NR, PB, SB|
|23.82||0.3||200m Women||Pereira, Shanti||19||Heat 2||10-Jun-2015||2/8pos, NR, PB, SB, Q|
|59.24||–||400mH Women||Lim Prasad, Dipna||24||Final||10-Jun-2015||2/4pos, Silver, NR, PB, SB|
|11:45.16||–||3000mSC Women||Chan, Xue Rou Cheryl||20||Final||12-Jun-2015||7/9pos, NR, PB, SB|
|6.18||0.4||Long Jump Women||Tan, Eugenia||19||Final||10-Jun-2015||5/10pos, NR, PB, SB|
|3.90||–||Pole Vault Women||Yang, Rachel Isabel||33||Final||11-Jun-2015||2/4pos, Silver, NR, PB, SB|