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Singapore Athletic Association
3 Stadium Drive
Via public transport
- Alight at Stadium MRT.
- Take Exit ‘A’.
- Turn right.
- Head straight.
- As you walk, you’ll notice to your left is the Kallang Wave Mall entrance, DO NOT enter there.
- Instead you’ll see an escalator up ahead.
- Our office entrance is behind the escalator.
Via your own vehicle
- Park at B12 carpark at Singapore Sports Hub.
- Go up the escalator.
- Turn left and you’ll see an escalator.
- On the right is the Kallang Wave Mall entrance, DO NOT enter there.
- Our office entrance is behind the escalator.
Once at the entrance of the office, call us at 63862721 where a staff will be there to open the door and receive you. Thank you for coming.
Dear friends of Singapore Athletics
Club Zoom, in partnership with the Homeschooling Community, is pleased to be the co-organiser for the Homeschoolers’ Sports Day 2015. This is in conjunction with the 3rd Club Zoom Carnival and will be taking place on 26 Sep 2015 at Yio Chu Kang stadium from 7am to 1pm.
All Club Zoom members and invitation athletes enjoy special rates of $15 per family at the event where participants can take part in a wide range of activities leading up to the grand event, the 100m century sprint.
As we are teaming up with the Homeschooling Community for this event, the number of participants are limited to 500 participants. Do sign up early to avoid disappointment!
For more information, please visit www.clubzoom.org.sg.
LINKS: PDF Results | LIVE Results | Startlist | Schedule | Haze Advisory
Please be reminded that by submitting your entry form, you have agreed to have undergone training prior and be in good physical condition to compete in the events that you participate in. Athletes are advised to undergo medical check-up where necessary and to refrain from participation in the event if in doubt of their physical condition.
Even though Singapore Athletics will endeavor to provide adequate medical facility and aid for the event, SA and its organisers, sponsors and officials expressly deny their liability and will not be responsible for any mishap before, during or after the event resulting in injury or death..
- Sep 30 – Results, videos and photos published.
- Sep 27 – Day 2 to proceed as planned.
- Sep 26 – Day 1 to proceed as planned.
- 25 Sep – Haze management.
- 21 Sep – Start list uploaded.
- 18 Sep – Event t-shirt for sale.
- 8 Sep – Workshop #2.
- 26 Aug – Workshop #1.
- 21 Jul – Event page created.
- 26 & 27 September 2015
Download Registration Form Files:
Event List :
Send in your registration form to [email protected].
- per entry
- Send in your cheque. Cheque should be made payable to: “SINGAPORE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION”.
- Our address to send in your cheque is Singapore Sports Hub, 3 Stadium Drive #01-33, Singapore 397630.
- 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.
Registration is closed as of Friday, 4th September 2015, 2359 hours.
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]
The Republic sent a contingent of 5, consist of 1 team manager and 4 athletes (2 males, 2 females).
Team Singapore results as below:
|55.99||–||400mH 0.840m Boys||Ow Yeong, Wei Bin||17||Heat||15-Jul-2015||8/8pos|
|22.53||0.5||200m Boys||B Darajit, Muhammad Hariz||17||Heat 6||17-Jul-2015||6/6pos|
|12.50||-0.5||100m Girls||Smriti Menon||17||Heat 7||16-Jul-2015||7/7pos|
|25.56||-0.9||200m Girls||Kugapriya Chandran||17||Heat 6||17-Jul-2015||5/8pos|
You can view the other results in full at the official website.
Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos.
Photos courtesy of the team.
Fang Jianyong ran 1:53.92 min at the Universiade. A new PB & 5th fastest men 800m all-time SG timing. Did not advance to the next round.
He also clocked 4:09.76 min in the 1500m men event. Did not advance to the next round.
|4:09.76||1500m – (M)||FANG JIAN YONG||26||Heat 3 of 3||Gwangju, South Korea||8-Jul-15||–|
|1:53.92||800m – (M)||FANG JIAN YONG||26||Heat 4 of 6||Gwangju, South Korea||10-Jul-15||PB|
Good job Leo! You can view Universiade results here.
Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos.
Photos courtesy of Chia Chin Yeh (Team Manager).
Posted by Guest
7 July 2015 – The age old saying “Fail to prepare, prepare to fail” comes to the fore when you are in the world of sports.
While Shanti Pereira made herself comfortable in the new National Stadium and Soh Rui Yong cheekily glanced at his competitor before zooming into the golden marathon skyline, there was a group of people quietly running their own marathon around the Sports Hub arena.
A slew of nine medals – 3 gold, 3 silver and 3 bronze, not to mention the many national records and personal bests that were achieved, it is easy to forget the work that goes behind the scenes but our curious onlooker Kelvin Leong takes a look at this group of sports enthusiasts who committed themselves to making this Southeast Asian (SEA) Games track and field journey a memorable one for Singapore.
From new sprint and relay coach Luis Cunha’s minute tweaks that helped the sprinters improve and shatter their own records, to Mardiah Khir’s never tiring efforts to ensure everything in the office backend was smooth as silk, it all boiled down to the finer details that made a difference when the showpiece event came rolling into town.
The opening of the ‘Home of Athletics’ and the SEA Games jersey presentation event epitomised the new-look SA team; where innovative ideas and willingness to go the extra mile were the key ingredients.
Legends like Mr C. Kunalan, Glory Barnabas and our Masters’ athletes were all present during these significant events to not only share their wealth of knowledge with the youngsters but because they too are a huge part of our family.
SA’s new recruit, Shamsul Ilham was tasked with his first project and when he mooted the idea of a presentation ceremony, he went on to undertake the entire project and made it a roaring success.
Shamsul said: “It’s always a fulfilling pleasure to serve as the team behind team Singapore Athletics in any tournament or event. The support we get is great and never once have I been denied an opportunity to exercise any form of potential including being creative. I’m just glad to be working with a team of colleagues who are open to all my wacky ideas and I’m enjoying every minute of my journey with SA!”
While he organised the jersey presentation event, the rest of SA were also quick to chip in with other initiatives like remembering the late Zaki Sapari, who would have loved to compete at this Games.
Zaki’s parents, Mr. Sapari Mingan and Ms Sapiah Aziz were agreeable to the idea of a simple video to remember their son, and were quick to offer their well wishes for the Team Singapore athletes.
“We support the Singapore Athlete contingent. SA (Singapore Athletics) was Zaki’s second family and he knows every athlete especially Kenneth Khoo who was one of his role models. As a parent, we appreciate the efforts of everyone who looked after the well being of the athletes who put their heart and soul into training and we would like to congratulate all the athletes for a job well done.”
The video received positive feedback and showcased the togetherness of SA, where the past, present and future could now sit in one room, to work together for a common cause. And when 7th June came, Singapore Athletics was ready to put on a show.
First up was Sports Development Manager, Morales Menon, who took on the role of Assistant Team Manager and despite his inexperience in the role, he soldiered on and became not just an administrator for the team but also a friend and confidante to the athletes.
He quipped: “73 Athletes, 11 officials, 84 in the largest contingent to represent Team Singapore. It is one of the most stressful appointments but the team did a fantastic job. I have to thank our President Mr Tang Weng Fei, ExCo members, Damon Yong and our entire Athletic secretariat team. We are the team behind the team, and I am grateful for having such a strong Secretariat supporting us throughout.
“Being able to provide the athletes with anything they needed administratively, emotionally and even psychologically allowed me to create a special bond with each and every one of them and I am extremely thankful for the opportunity. It felt like I represented my country and it is something that I will cherish. Would I do it again? Absolutely!”
While Morales ensured the athletes were ready to roll, Nelson Tan and the competitions team were working round the clock, making sure that the competitions venue, equipment and manpower issues were ironed out before Singapore welcomed our ASEAN neighbours into the National Stadium.
The hardworking Nelson said: “SEA Games 2015 was an absolute amazing experience for me. The games rallied Singaporeans together as one united nation to cheer, encourage and celebrate the victories. I am so proud to put in my best for the nation in front of my family and friends and will never exchange this experience for another else.”
It was then down to the baby of the team Carissa Ashley Yow, an intern who decided to make her role a permanent one, who took on the role of SA’s SEA Games media relations contact person.
An athlete herself, she worked her socks off to learn the ropes of sports administration, fronting media queries and was an ever-present during media sessions with the athletes to ensure the stories were accurate and relevant.
She exclaimed: “It has been very refreshing to see how the SA secretariat team has come together to support our athletes. I learned to understand what the media needed and jumped at the chance to help my colleagues on the ground at the Games. The proud moment hit me during the appreciation dinner, which made it all worthwhile.
“Seeing the smiles and laughter exchanged during the dinner reflects how closely knitted the SA family is and I believe this bond is one of the reasons why the 28th SEA Games 2015 had been a unforgettable experience for all.”
With Carissa busying herself on the media front, it was down to the quiet and unassuming Shalindran Sathiyanesan, a former 400m sprinter who traded his spikes to become part of the SA Secretriat.
Tasked as project IC for the appreciation dinner to celebrate the track and field achievements at the Games, Shalindran steadied on and created a night to remember at the InterContinental Hotel.
Not only did he nail it with a perfect night of celebrations, together with the SA team, they came up with the brilliant idea of surprising the athletes with a door gift that epitomised the vibrancy and team spirit within the SA family.
“The SEA Games was a big eye opener for me. The way things were organized and put in place is different from what the team would normally do. And of course, the appreciation dinner was like a perfect summary to bring the curtains down for what was a memorable experience that will stay with me for a long time to come.” added Shalindran.
Behind every good team, there is always a good leader. And that is exactly what Damon Yong brought to the table. His move from the environmental industry back to sports is in his own words “a coming home of sorts”.
And it didn’t take long for the man to imprint his methods onto a team of strong cast members who were already in full swing.
“I have definitely returned to the sports industry at an exciting time! It is not just because of the recently concluded SEA Games Singapore 2015 but also at an opportune time when a mega infrastructure like the Singapore Sports Hub is available for various sports and recreational uses.
“The sports authority has also ramped up their support for community sports participation with the popular Active SG initiative. I am also blessed to be working with a passionate team of individuals who always have athletes at the centre of everything we do.”
So with everyone closing the SEA Games chapter with a smile on their faces, the SA secretariat will now recharge their batteries and prepare for the next chapter of events like the Asean Para Games in December 2015 and the Asia Masters Championships in May 2016.
7th Jul 2015
We are very pleased to introduce our new addition to our Singapore Athletics family! Linda Joan McCoy is our intern and has some great passion for sports. Currently a final year student at the University of Canberra, Linda is pursuing a degree in Sports Science and Sport Management.
Please join us in welcoming Linda to the Athletics Fraternity!
6th Jul 2015
Accurate as of 30th June 2015. Results and media courtesy of the organizers. Team manager for Team Singapore is Kamarulzaman Tahir.
|11.60||-1.4||100m Men Junior||MUHD HAQIM B ATH MANSOR||SSS||Heat 1||28-Jun-2015||–|
|11.21||-1.4||100m Men Junior||MUHAMMAD HARIZ BIN DARAJIT||WAC||Heat 2||28-Jun-2015||–|
|11.24||-1.7||100m Men Junior||MUHAMMAD HARIZ BIN DARAJIT||WAC||Final||28-Jun-2015||7/8pos|
|15.75||-2.7||110mH Men Junior (1.067m)||LINUS CHONG XUN FENG||SSS||Final||28-Jun-2015||Bronze|
|24.33||-2.4||200m Men Junior||MUHAMAD SHARIEZA NORZAHA||SSS||Heat 1||27-Jun-2015||–|
|22.20||0.0||200m Men Junior||MUHAMMAD HARIZ BIN DARAJIT||WAC||Heat 2||27-Jun-2015||–|
|24.31||-1.6||200m Men Junior||MOHD IRFAN QABEEL||SSS||Heat 3||27-Jun-2015||–|
|22.87||0.0||200m Men Junior||EDWIN TAN JUN KIAT||SSS||Heat 2||27-Jun-2015||–|
|22.40||-2.2||200m Men Junior||MUHAMMAD HARIZ BIN DARAJIT||WAC||Final||27-Jun-2015||Silver|
|53.29||0.0||400m Men Junior||MUHAMAD SHARIEZA NORZAHA||SSS||Heat 1||28-Jun-2015||–|
|54.75||0.0||400m Men Junior||MOHD IRFAN QABEEL||SSS||Heat 1||28-Jun-2015||–|
|4:18.19||–||1500m Men Junior||IERHAN MUHD RAUSHAN||SSS||Final 1||28-Jun-2015||6/21pos|
|43.24||–||4x100m Men Open||SSS||SSS||Final||28-Jun-2015||Bronze|
|11.64||-1.0||100m Men Senior||ANG CHEN XIANG||SIN||Heat 1||28-Jun-2015||–|
|10.97||-1.5||100m Men Senior||GARY YEO FOO EE||SIN||Heat 3||28-Jun-2015||–|
|10.76||-1.2||100m Men Senior||GARY YEO FOO EE||SIN||Final||28-Jun-2015||Silver|
|14.53||0.6||110mH Men Senior||ANG CHEN XIANG||SIN||Heat 2||28-Jun-2015||–|
|14.67||-0.4||110mH Men Senior||ANG CHEN XIANG||SIN||Final||28-Jun-2015||–|
|48.53||–||400m Men Senior||ZUBIN MUNCHERJI||SIN||Heat 2||28-Jun-2015||–|
|48.17||–||400m Men Senior||ZUBIN MUNCHERJI||SIN||Final||28-Jun-2015||–|
|12.30||0.9||100m Women Junior||SMRITI MAHESH MENON||SIN||Heat 1||28-Jun-2015||–|
|13.12||-0.1||100m Women Junior||ANASTASIA LIM LEE LIN||SSS||Heat 2||28-Jun-2015||–|
|12.72||-2.7||100m Women Junior||SMRITI MAHESH MENON||SIN||Final||28-Jun-2015||Bronze|
|14.39||0.2||100mH Women Junior||JANNAH WONG||SIN||Heat 1||28-Jun-2015||–|
|16.07||0.0||100mH Women Junior||KERSTIN ONG JINRONG||SSS||Heat 2||28-Jun-2015||–|
|14.49||-2.0||100mH Women Junior||JANNAH WONG||SIN||Final||28-Jun-2015||Gold|
|15.80||-2.0||100mH Women Junior||KERSTIN ONG JINRONG||SSS||Final||28-Jun-2015||Bronze|
|27.06||-0.5||200m Women Junior||ANASTASIA LIM LEE LIN||SSS||Heat 1||27-Jun-2015||–|
|26.739||0.2||200m Women Junior||ANASTASIA LIM LEE LIN||SSS||Final||27-Jun-2015||7/8pos|
|12:26.27||–||3000mSC Open||ELIZA NG YU JUN||SAA||Final||28-Jun-2015||4/12pos|
Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the photo. Photos courtesy of TeamSG.