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100m-Women-Shanti-2

It was a historic moment yesterday on Day 3 of Athletics action at the National Stadium as Shanti Veronica Pereira grabbed bronze in the women 100m event.

The last time a Singapore women athlete who was on the 100m medal podium was 42 years ago when Eng Chiew Guay ran 12.5s HT to win gold at the 1973 edition of the SEA Games held in Singapore.


Singapore’s Shanti grabbed bronze!

Women’s 100m Final Wind -0.4
1 Philippines RICHARDSON Kayla 11.76
2 Thailand WANNAKIT Tassaporn 11.76
3 Singapore PEREIRA Veronica 11.88
4 Malaysia ZULKIFLI Zaidatul 11.93
5 Philippines GRIFFEY Princess 12.00
6 Vietnam LUU Kim Phung 12.00
7 Indonesia UTAMI Tri 12.01
8 Vietnam NGUYEN Thi Oanh 12.02


Singapore’s Calvin & Amirudin finished 4th and 6th respectively

Men’s 100m Final Wind 0.0
1 Philippines CRAY Eric Shauwn 10.25 PB
2 Indonesia BOBY Yaspi 10.45
3 Indonesia ISWANDI Iswandi 10.45
4 Singapore KANG Li Loong Calvin 10.47 PB
5 Thailand MEENAPRA Jirapong 10.48
6 Singapore JAMAL Muhammad Amirudin 10.55
7 Vietnam LE Trong Hinh 10.55
8 Brunei Darussalam ISMAIL Md Fakhri 10.67


5000m-SG-Team

Our distance athletes fought a good fight in the 5000 metres event earlier. Good job!

Their results as follow:
Melvin Wong (M) – 16:01.58
Jeevaneesh S/O Soundararajah (M) – 16:14.75
Qua Bi Bi (F) – 19:42.50


100m-Men-Final-Eric

Philippines athletes dominated the blue-ribbon event in both the men and women categories. Eric Cray (10.25s) and Kayla Richardson (11.76s) are the new SEA Games sprint king and queen respectively.


Singapore President Tony Tan gave a surprise visit to our athletes earlier. A shocked Shanti Veronica Pereira and Calvin Kang was overwhelmed by the Presidential support.


Pole-Vault-Men-Winner

Pray and ye shall receive. Looks like Thai’s PURAHONG Porranot prayers was answered as he rewrote SEA Games men pole vault record with a new height of 5.30 metres. Our Singapore boys in the pole vault soared as high as they could earlier. Great job guys.

Pole Vault Men
1 Thailand PURAHONG Porranot 5.30 GR
2 Philippines OBIENA Ernest John 5.25 PB
3 Malaysia ALWI Iskandar 5.05
4 Singapore CHAN Sheng Yao 4.95 PB
5 Singapore LIM Zi Qing Sean 4.75
NM Philippines UBAS Janry


5000m Men Final

Vietnam’s Nguyen Van Lai erased the SEA Games record for the men 5000m final with a new timing of 14:04.82. While Singapore representatives Melvin and Jeevaneesh finished 7th and 8th respectively.

Men’s 5000m Final
1 Vietnam NGUYEN Van Lai 14:04.82 GR
2 Indonesia PRAYOGO Agus 14:15.14 SB
3 Thailand NAMKHET Sanchai 14:40.59 PB
4 Vietnam DO Quoc Luat 14:56.00
5 Thailand INNUM Nattawut 14:57.55 PB
6 Myanmar NAING San 15:13.83 SB
7 Singapore WONG Yan Hao Melvin 16:01.58
8 Singapore SOUNDARARAJAH Jeevaneesh 16:14.75
9 Cambodia MA Viro 16:18.80
10 Cambodia PHAN Sopeak 16:44.38 PB


Singapore’s Lance Tan finished 7th place.

Men’s 100m Decathlon Wind +0.3
1 Philippines CID Jesson Ramil 10.82
2 Thailand SINGKON Suttisak 11.08
3 Philippines UBAS Janry 11.10
4 Vietnam NGUYEN Van Hue 11.17
5 Indonesia MALIK Zakaria 11.20
6 Vietnam NGUYEN Huy Thai 11.25
7 Singapore TAN Wei Sheng Lance 11.55
8 Lao People’s Democratic Republic VONGVICHITH Mits 11.56


5000m-Women-Final

It was Indonesia 1-2 finish in the women 5000m event with Triyaningsih emerging the champion with Triyaningsih’s 16:18.06 minute winning time. Singapore representative Qua Bi Bi finished 10th with a timing of 19:42.50

Women’s 5000m Final
1 Indonesia TRIYANINGSIH Triyaningsih 16:18.06 SB
2 Indonesia BUDIARTI Rini 16:30.85
3 Myanmar THET Phyu War 16:54.71
4 Vietnam PHAM Thi Hue 17:25.97
5 Vietnam TRUONG Thi Thuy 17:49.91
6 Myanmar PA Pa 17:58.36
7 Lao People’s Democratic Republic INTHAKOUMMAN Lod. 17:58.61
8 Thailand PRICHAPRONG Sune. 18:06.27 PB
9 Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste MARTINS Nelia 19:11.00
10 Singapore QUA Bi Qi 19:42.50


Singapore Lance Tan finished 6th with with a timing of 51.92 seconds.

Men’s 400m Decathlon
1 Philippines CID Jesson Ramil 49.07 858
2 Vietnam NGUYEN Huy Thai 49.95 817
3 Thailand SINGKON Suttisak 50.79 779
4 Vietnam NGUYEN Van Hue 51.10 765
5 Indonesia MALIK Zakaria 51.24 758
6 Singapore TAN Wei Sheng Lance 51.92 728
7 Philippines UBAS Janry 52.39 708
8 Lao People’s Democratic Republic VONGVICHITH Mits. 56.05 557


Hammer Throw Men

Philippines Stuart John Christian #136 champion and new SEA Games record holder in the men hammer throw with an effort of 65.63m

1 Philippines STUART Caleb John 65.63 GR
2 Thailand PHETCHAIYA T. 62.12 SB
3 Malaysia WONG Jackie Siew 61.18
4 Philippines FERRERA Arniel 60.08 SB
5 Thailand BOONMAWAN Kittip 58.30 PB
6 Myanmar AUNG Ye Htet 50.31 PB


Singapore’s Wendy Enn finished 6th place in her heats

Women’s 100m Round 1 Heat 2/2 Wind 0.0
1 Thailand WANNAKIT Tassaporn 11.68 Q SB
2 Philippines GRIFFEY Princess 11.83 Q
3 Vietnam NGUYEN Thi Oanh 11.89 Q
4 Indonesia UNANI Serafi A. 11.99
5 Malaysia SELVARETNAM Komalam 12.08
6 Singapore ENN Wendy 12.40 SB


Triple-Jump-Dylan-Stefan

Not forgetting Stefan Tseng’s SB jump in the triple jump men with an effort of 15.52m while Dylan Wong hop, skip, and jumped 13.94m.

Triple Jump Men
1 Malaysia ISMAIL Muhammad -0.2 16.76 GR
2 Thailand KONGNIL Varunyoo +0.4 16.20
3 Vietnam NGUYEN Van Hung -0.4 15.92
4 Philippines DIONES Mark Harry 0.0 15.87
5 Singapore TSENG Stefan -0.1 15.52 SB
6 Thailand TEPPARAK Pratchaya +1.4 15.52
7 Vietnam NGUYEN Van Mua +1.6 15.22
8 Singapore WONG Dylan U Fai +0.7 13.94

If you wish to see more SEA Games videos, it’s being uploaded here at https://www.youtube.com/playlist…. while the Facebook Day 3 gallery can be found here.

10th Jun 2015
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