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Singapore Wong Kai Yuen achieved a season-best while Tan Yong Sheng had a personal best in the men shot put event

Shot Put Men
1 Thailand JUNTIMA Promrob 17.47 PB
2 Thailand POLYIAM Chatchawal 17.05 SB
3 Malaysia HUSSIN Adi Aliff. 16.96 SB
4 Philippines STUART Caleb Joh. 15.75
5 Singapore WONG Kai Yuen 15.16 SB
6 Singapore TAN Yong Sheng 12.55 PB

The Republic has definite future hot prospect in the longer sprint hurdles of the 400 metres, as both Raymond and Ow Yeong clocked personal bests in the finals.

400m Hurdles Men
1 Philippines CRAY Eric Shauwn 49.40 GR
2 Vietnam QUACH Cong Lich 50.29 PB
3 Indonesia ANDRIAN Andrian 51.36 PB
4 Vietnam DAO Xuan Cuong 51.78 SB
5 Thailand THUMCHA Witthawat 51.88 PB
6 Philippines BANO Junrey 53.07
7 Thailand WONGSAWANG Anan 53.30
8 Singapore LEE Raymond Scott 54.00 PB
9 Singapore OW YEONG Yu Xiang 54.09 PB

After 10 track & field events, the decathlon ends with the 1500m. Singapore’s Lance Tan amassed 4922 point, a new PB

Decathlon Men
1 VIE NGUYEN Van Hue 7232
2 PHI CID Jesson Ramil 7065
3 PHI UBAS Janry 6796
4 INA MALIK Zakaria 6577
5 THA SINGKON Suttisak 6556
6 VIE NGUYEN Huy Thai 6328
7 LAO VONGVICHITH Mitsavanh 5751
8 SIN TAN Wei Sheng Lance 4922

Singapore’s 800m women representatives Nicole and Eliza finished 5th & 6th respectively

Women 800m
1 Vietnam DO Thi Thao 2:05.22 SB
2 Myanmar MYINT Swe Li 2:10.21
3 Vietnam VU Thi Ly 2:12.36
4 Thailand THONGSUK Chamaip. 2:17.76 PB
5 Singapore LIAW Nicole Ann 2:22.27 PB
6 Singapore NG Yu Jun Eliza 2:23.78

Zachary Ryan Devaraj finished 5th in his 800m men’s race with a timing of 1:54.35 minutes

Men 800m
1 Vietnam DUONG Van Thai 1:51.43
2 Philippines GUARTE Mervin 1:51.47 SB
3 Thailand YAPRAJAN Yothin 1:52.32
4 Malaysia MANIAM Kesavan 1:53.30
5 Singapore DEVARAJ Zachary 1:54.35 SB
6 Thailand PLEENARAM Jirayu 1:54.36
7 Philippines MAULAS Wenlie 1:54.38
8 Cambodia KIENG Samorn 1:56.26
9 Vietnam LE Thanh Hung 1:58.27
10 Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste SAVIO DOS SANTOS 1:58.67 PB

Singapore’s Lee Cheng Wei finished 7th in his 200m men race with a timing of 21.63 seconds

Men’s 200m Final Wind -0.1
1 Vietnam LE Trong Hinh 20.89 PB
2 Thailand SATHOENGRAM Jaran 21.05 PB
3 Thailand MEENAPRA Jirapong 21.13 PB
4 Malaysia YAHAYA Mohd Izzu. 21.20 SB
5 Malaysia GUNASEGARAN Arav. 21.33
6 Indonesia FADLIN Fadlin 21.47
7 Singapore LEE Cheng Wei 21.63
8 Indonesia SAPWATURRAHMAN S. 21.74

Shot put thrower Zhang Guirong contributed to Singapore’s gold medal tally by clinching her 6th SEA Games title in the women shot put event.

Women shot put
1 Singapore ZHANG Guirong 14.60 SB
2 Thailand THONGCHAO Sawitri 13.62
3 Thailand INTADIS Areerat 13.31
4 Singapore LEE Hannah 12.56
5 Philippines ATIENZA Narcisa 11.61
6 Lao People’s Democratic Republic PAOSAVAD Phonexai 10.57 PB
7 Myanmar SAN Mar Mar 10.26

It was yet another historic and emotional night for Singapore athletics as Shanti Veronica Pereira was the runaway winner for the women 200 metres event, grabbing the Republic first women’s gold medal sprint since 1973, which was last won by Glory Barnabas some 42 years ago. The timing 23.60s is also a new national record

200m Women Wind +0.3
1 Singapore PEREIRA Veronica. 23.60 PB
2 Philippines RICHARDSON Kayla. 23.71
3 Vietnam NGUYEN Thi Oanh 23.92 PB
4 Vietnam QUACH Thi Lan 23.98 PB
5 Thailand WANNAKIT Tassaporn 23.99 PB
6 Malaysia ZULKIFLI Zaidatu. 24.18
7 Indonesia UTAMI Tri 24.39 SB
8 Singapore CHANDRAN Kugapriya 25.21

Decathlete Lance Tan after finishing the grueling 10 track & field events over 2-days, he has something special in mind at the end of his SEA Games 2015 outing. He proposed to his long-time girlfriend Sharon who was there to support him. And she said YES! Fwah steady bom pit pit congratulations Lance & Sharon.

Women 400m Hurdles

Dipna’s 400 metres hurdles timing has improved again earlier, from 59.86s in March in Australia, before lowering it to 59.59s at Taiwan Open in May to a sublime 59.24s in front of the home crowd as they witnessed a new women National Record.

1 Vietnam NGUYEN Thi Huyen 56.15 GR
2 Singapore PRASAD Dipna Lim 59.24 PB
3 Thailand WINATHO Wassana 1:01.69 SB
4 Singapore NG Jia Yi 1:09.12

Women Long Jump

Eugenia Tan once again for the third time this year broke the women long jump national record, becoming the first Singapore women to jump beyond six metres.

1 Indonesia LONDA Maria 0.0 6.70 PB
2 Vietnam BUI Thi Thu Thao +0.2 6.65 PB
3 Philippines TORRES Marestella -0.1 6.41
4 Philippines SANTOS Katherine. -0.1 6.40 PB
5 Singapore TAN Eugenia Yan +0.4 6.18 PB
6 Vietnam NGUYEN Thi Truc +0.1 6.16
7 Malaysia MOHAMAD NAFIAH N. 0.0 6.08
8 Thailand MUANGJAN Thitima +0.2 6.03
9 Lao People’s Democratic Republic PHOUTTHAVONG Lae. 0.0 5.57
10 Singapore MOHAMED ZULKIFLI Nurul Jannah +0.2 5.43

Melvin Wong smashed his PB in the 10,000m men event, improving it by some 40 seconds!

1 Indonesia PRAYOGO Agus 29:41.56 SB
2 Thailand SRISUNG Boonthung 30:05.22 SB
3 Myanmar NAING San 30:26.23 PB
4 Vietnam DO Quoc Luat 30:48.95 PB
5 Thailand NAMKHET Sanchai 31:21.38
6 Vietnam NGUYEN Van Lai 32:25.43
7 Singapore WONG Yan Hao Melvin 32:59.10 PB
8 Lao People’s Democratic Republic THAMMAVONGCHITH 33:02.86
DNS Myanmar THU Soe Min

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.

11th Jun 2015
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