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

    Entry Fees:

      S$10.00 per event
      S$20.00 per event (Late entries, pending available lane allocation and slot)

    Payment:

    • 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.

    Closing date:

      Registration is closed as of Wednesday, 10 February 2016.

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


Registration Method - Using Entry Forms

  1. Download entry forms.
  2. Extract and open the various entry form documents.
  3. Key in your athlete particulars.
  4. Send the entry form documents to events@singaporeathletics.org.sg

Related links:
2015 SAA Track and Field Series 2
2014 SAA Track and Field Series 2
2013 SAA Track and Field Series 2
2012 SAA Track and Field Series 2
2011 SAA Track and Field Series 2

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Selection of overseas meet

This selection applies to Singapore citizens only. Please adhere to the following selection policy and criteria set by SAA & Training & Selection committee.:

Note: Overseas meets requests are for Open invitational meets and do not include qualifying for meets such as SEA Youth, Asian Junior, SEA Games, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games.

Calling all athletes who are interested to compete in overseas competitions that SAA is invited to.

Please submit your interest to SAA (sdp@singaporeathletics.org.sg) once the overseas meet information is published and window is open.

Please also be reminded to strictly adhere to any stipulated closing date for submission for each meet.

Last Minute Withdrawal (more than 3 days after SAA announced Final List)
In the event that the selected athletes decided to withdraw (prior to the departure/did not compete at all) due to injury or other reasons (unless clash of events), the athlete have to bear the full cost (air tickets, insurances, accommodation or other costs) that SAA have paid for the trip.

Subject: Submission of Interest for (the name of the overseas meet)

Name:

Event:

Season’s Best 2016:


Based on the quota given by the organiser (on a meet by meet basis), SAA will send any Singaporean athlete who meets the Senior, U20 and U18 qualifying mark.

Benchmark for OPEN (20yrs & above) category athletes

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Based on 3 previous SEA Games averages.
Click here to download the OPEN qualifying mark in PDF format.


Benchmark for U20 (18-19yrs) category athletes

jr
Click here to download the U20 qualifying mark in PDF format.


Benchmark for U18 (16-17yrs) category athletes

youth
Click here to download the U18 qualifying mark in PDF format.


Senior Athletes

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 Senior qualifying mark, will also be nominated. All such athletes will be ranked and the cut off will be the quota number invited. If the quota has been reached and if athletes are still keen to compete, SAA will pay 50% of the flight tickets while the athlete pays the other 50%. If the competition results meet or better the Senior qualifying mark, SAA will reimburse the amount paid by the athlete.

For other athletes who are 6-10% off the Senior qualifying mark and are keen to compete, SAA will, on a case by case basis endorse the athlete to be part of the team but the athlete will have to bear the full costs of the air ticket and room and board stipulated by the organiser. Upon achieving the qualifying mark, SAA will reimburse the full amount to the athlete.

U18 and U20 Athletes

Please take note that if the overseas meet does not have the U18 and U20 implements (eg. 5kg shot put, 1.5kg discus), the athlete will not be eligible for the meet.


Conditions

When only 2 Athletes per country are allowed to be entered per event and if more than 2 athletes meet the qualifying marks, the top 2 ranked athletes within the qualifying window period will be nominated.

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.


SAA uses IAAF Scoring Tables of Athletics for its selection criteria. Links to the latest edition is as below:


Previous selection and qualifying criteria:
2015
2014
2013
2012 – #1, #2, #3

 

 

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Schools and clubs you can register via downloading this entry form.

Submit the form to events@singaporeathletics.org.sg

Closing date for registration will now be 31 January 2016 , 2359 hours.

Participants who have already signed up through the registration portal need not sign up again through the entry forms.

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Please take note.

Closure for CNY:

1) 7 Feb Chinese New year Evening –

    a. 5:00pm onwards (ALL facilities including all DUS/ISH/MOE Evans)

2) 8 Feb Chinese New Year 1st day –

    a. full day (ALL facilities including all DUS/ISH/MOE Evans)

3) 9 Feb Chinese New Year 2nd day –

    a. 5:00pm onwards early closure of all Sport Centres except 5 feature pool sports Centres. (Jurong West, Jurong East, Chua chu Kang, Seng Kang, Pasir Ris – Do not close)

    b. 5:00pm close all DUS/ISH/MOE Evans

High performance athletes, the above pertains to ActiveSG facilities and services. SA gym at HOA will still be open during CNY period.

26th Jan 2016
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Schedule

    21st March (Monday) - Arrival of delegation

    22nd March (Tuesday) - Practice

    23rd March (Wednesday) - Competition (Nantou)

    24th March (Thursday) - Sight-seeing

    25th March (Friday) – Departure of delegation


Results

Mark Category Name Age Venue Date
3.50 Pole vault women Yang, Rachel Isabel 33 Taiwan 23-Mar-2016

Selection Criteria

Selection is based on Selection of Overseas meet for 2015.

Only Singapore citizen are nominated for this competition.

Please adhere to the following selection policy and criteria set by SA & Training & Selection committee.:

Note: Overseas meets requests are for Open invitational meets and do not include qualifying for meets such as SEA Youth, Asian Junior, SEA Games, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games.

Calling all athletes who are interested to compete in overseas competitions that SA is invited to.

Please submit your interest to SA (sdp@singaporeathletics.org.sg) once the overseas meet information is published and window is open.

Please also be reminded to strictly adhere to any stipulated closing date for submission for each meet.

Subject: Submission of Interest for (the name of the overseas meet)

Name:

Event:

Season’s Best 2015:

Based on the quota given by the organiser (on a meet by meet basis), SA will send any Singaporean athlete who meets the Senior, Junior and Youth qualifying mark.

Senior Athletes

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 Senior qualifying mark, will also be nominated. All such athletes will be ranked and the cut off will be the quota number invited. If the quota has been reached and if athletes are still keen to compete, SA will pay 50% of the flight tickets while the athlete pays the other 50%. If the competition results meet or better the Senior qualifying mark, SA will reimburse the amount paid by the athlete.

For other athletes who are 6-10% off the Senior qualifying mark and are keen to compete, SA will, on a case by case basis endorse the athlete to be part of the team but the athlete will have to bear the full costs of the air ticket and room and board stipulated by the organiser. Upon achieving the qualifying mark, SA will reimburse the full amount to the athlete.

Conditions

When only 2 Athletes per country are allowed to be entered per event and if more than 2 athletes meet the qualifying marks, the top 2 ranked athletes within the qualifying window period will be nominated.

All SA sanctioned competition results will be considered for nomination.

All athletes who are nominated and selected will have to attend all Team Training, Briefing & Camps.

SA reserves the right to drop any qualified Athlete if the Athlete is deemed unfit to perform at a competitive level.

SA uses IAAF Scoring Tables of Athletics for its selection criteria. Links to the 2014 edition is as below:

Related links:
2015 edition

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    Date: 23-24 April 2016

    Venue: Thammasat University Sports Complex in Thailand

    Age Limit: The age of the athletes taking part in the Youth Athletics Championships has to be born in 1999, 2000 and 2001

    Schedule: Download here


Results

Results posted


Selection Criteria

Only Singapore citizen are nominated for this competition.

1. ATHLETE ELIGIBILITY

Enquiries for selection criteria please contact sdp@singaporeathletics.org.sg

NOTE: REGISTRATION/PARTICIPATION CRITERIA IS SUBJECTED TO CHANGES BY THE ORGANIZER.

Submit your interest to sdp@singaporeathletics.org.sg by 10 February 2016

    a) Athlete has to meet 3rd placing of SEA Youth 2015 (See below qualifying mark table).

    b) Athlete who met the qualifying mark will be nominated.

    c) If only 2 Athletes per country are allowed per event and more than 2 athletes meet the qualifying mark, the top 2 ranked athletes according to the qualifying window period from Jan 2016 – Mar 2016, will be nominated.

    d) All SAA sanctioned competition results from Jan 2016 – March 27 2016 (or up till Singapore Youth & Juniors C’ships) will be considered for nomination.

    e) All athletes who are nominated and selected will have to:

      I. Attend all Team Training, Briefing & Camps

      II. Compete in the the National Schools Championships for fitness and performance monitoring

    f) SAA reserves the right to drop any qualified Athlete if the Athlete is deemed unfit to perform at a competitive level.

    g) Relay selection will only be finalised once the team is formed.

2. ENTRY STANDARDS

Events contested listed below are tentative, and pending confirmation of events by the organizer.

Boys

Events

Girls

Bronze Mark 2015 Edition

Bronze Mark 2015 Edition

11.11

100m

12.46

22.05

200m

26.36

49.72

400m

57.24

1.58.78

800m

02:16.4

 4.19.04 *2013*

1500m

5.00.26 *2013*

 9.24.09 **

3000m

11.07.39 *2013*

14.46

110m Hurdles

 

 

100m Hurdles

15.12

55.54

400m Hurdles

64.54

06:12.3

2000 Steeplechase

08:17.5

41.9

4x100m Relay

49.22

3.30.84

4x400m Relay

03:54.8

6.68

Long Jump

4.87

13.57

Triple Jump

10.83

1.96

High Jump

1.62

 3.70m *2014*

Pole Vault

 3.00m *2012*

43.99 (1.5kg)

Discus

32.06 (1kg)

15.34 (5kg)

Shotput

12.77 (3kg)

41.59 (700g)

Javelin

34.76 (500g)

47.80 (5kg)

Hammer

43.24 (3kg)

**Qualifying marks for 1500m (boys and girls), 3000m (boys and girls) and pole vault (boys and girls) is based on past editions or our selection benchmark for Youths.

3. ENTRY RULES

IMPLEMENTS

    Boys:
    Shot Put – 5.00kg.
    Discus Throw – 1.50kg.
    Javelin Throw – 700g.
    Hammer Throw – 5.00kg.
    110m. Hurdles – 91.4cm.
    400m. Hurdles – 83.8cm.

    Girls:
    Shot Put – 3.00kg.
    Discus Throw – 1.00kg.
    Javelin Throw – 500g.
    Hammer Throw – 3.00kg.
    100m. Hurdles – 76.2cm.
    400m. Hurdles – 76.2cm.

TAKE OFF BOARD

    Triple Jump Boy – 13.00m.
    Triple Jump Girl – 11.00m.

ENTRY CONDITIONS

    Individual: Two (2) athletes per country per event and three (3) athletes for the host country per event
    Team: One team per country per event

Athletes who has met the qualifying mark

Name
Gender
Age
Competition
Event
Mark
Wind
Phua, Jasmin
F
15
SA Series 2
Discus (1kg)
33.02m
 
Phua, Jasmin
F
15
SA Series 1
Discus (1kg)
33.42m
 
Tan, Desiree
F
17
SA Series 2
Discus (1kg)
32.34m
 
Chua Hui Min, Evian
F
15
SA Series 1
Javelin (500g)
37.85m
 
Chua Hui Min, Evian
F
15
SA Series 2
Javelin (500g)
36.11m
 
Chin, Rachel
F
15
SA Series 2
Long Jump
4.90m
-0.2
Rozario, Tia Louise
F
16
SA Series 2
Long Jump
5.29m
0.0
Rozario, Tia Louise
F
16
SA Series 1
Long Jump
5.33m
-1.4
Lui, Yuan Chow
M
17
Victorian Jr T&F C’ships
1500m
03:58.6
 
Lui, Yuan Chow
M
17
Shield Round 10
800m
01:57.7
 
Kang, Jun Jie
M
17
SA Series 2
Discus (1.5kg)
44.46m
 
Low, Jonathan
M
16
SA Series 2
Discus (1.5kg)
47.85m
 
Low, Jonathan
M
16
SA Series 1
Discus (1.5kg)
44.05m
 
Yee, Eric
M
17
SA Series 2
Discus (1.5kg)
54.93m
 
Harun, Daniel Abdullah
M
17
SA Series 1
Javelin (700g)
45.77m
 
Justyn, Phoa
M
17
SA Series 1
Javelin (700g)
46.55m
 
Tan, Yi Ren
M
17
SA Series 1
Javelin (700g)
47.64m
 
Ting Jia, Wang
M
16
SA Series 1
Javelin (700g)
51.33m
 
Zhi Hong, Ong
M
16
SA Series 1
Javelin (700g)
43.25m
 
Wong, Clevon
M
16
SA Series 2
Pole Vault
3.70m
 
Chia, Jordan
M
16
SA Series 1
Shot Put (5kg)
15.67m
 
Chee, Cepheaus
M
17
SA Series 2
Triple Jump
13.68m
-0.2

Related links:
SEA Youth 2015
SEA Youth 2014
SEA Youth 2013
SEA Youth 2012

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Singapore Athletics will be organizing the final trial for Asian Indoors on 30 Jan 2016 (Saturday). Please see the schedule below for the events.

High performance athletes we will need a confirmation if you wish to participate in the trials. Email your interest to sdp@singaporeathletics.org.sg by 27 Jan 2016, 12pm.

Also we would like to congratulate 4 athletes who have met the qualifying marks at Series 1.

    1. Michelle Sng – High Jump Women (1.75m)

    2. Ang Chen Xiang – 60m Hurdles Men (8.02s)

    3. Jannah Wong – 60m Hurdles Women (8.84s)

    4. Fang Jian Yong – 800m Men (1:56.09s)

SA will submit the names to the Training and Selection Committee for their approval.

Schedule

Event

Gender

Category

Time

Event

Gender

Category

 

1300

Pole Vault

Women

Final

Long Jump

Women

Final

60m

Men

Heats

High Jump

Women

Final

60m

Women

Heats

1310

 

60m Hurdles

Men

Heats

1315

60m Hurdles

Women

Heats

1320

800m

Men

Final

1330

800m

Women

Final

1340

60m

Men

Timed Final

1400

60m

Women

Timed Final

1410

60m Hurdles

Men

Timed Final

1415

60m Hurdles

Women

Timed Final

1420

Related links:
7th Asian Indoor Athletics Championships 2016

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