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Team Manager: Dr Govindasamy Balasekaran

Assistant Team Manager: Morales Menon

Athletes: 74 (40 male & 34 females)

Stats:

  • National Record (9),
  • Personal Best (28),
  • Season Best (39),
  • Avg Age (23),
  • Avg Age Male (24),
  • Avg Age Female (22)

Other Stats:

  • 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

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National Records

There’s a total of 9 established national records, pending ratification by SA.

Mark m/s Category Name Age Status Date
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


SEA Games final medal tally for athletics

3 GOLD
Soh Rui Yong – Marathon men
Zhang Guirong – Shot put women
Shanti Veronica Pereira – 200m women

3 SILVER
Rachel Yang – Pole vault women
Dipna Lim Prasad – 400m hurdles women
Calvin Kang, Gary Yeo, Lee Cheng Wei, Md Amirudin – 4x100m men

3 BRONZE
Hannah Lee – Discus women
Michelle Sng – High jump women
Shanti Veronica Pereira – 100m women

Overall Medal Tally


Other days highlights

You can also read and view the previous Day 1 to 5 highlights below:


Day 6 Highlights

One last night, one final photo op. Moments of parting can be among the most poignant of human experiences but we are confident that we shall meet again.


SEA Games debutant Hannah Lee lands bronze in her maiden outing at the biennial games with an effort of 45.72 metres

Women’s Discus Throw Final
1 INSAENG Subenrat 59.56 GR
2 Malaysia YAP Jeng Tzan 46.95
3 Singapore LEE Hannah 45.72 SB
4 Myanmar SAN Mar Mar 41.26
5 Malaysia TING Queenie Kun. 40.61
6 Thailand SROISENA Charuwan 35.63
7 Lao People’s Democratic Republic PAOSAVAD Phonexai 34.79
NM Singapore ZHANG Guirong


An ensemble of volunteers from all walks of life, contributing to the success of the Games with none of the applause.


Singapore high jumper Michelle Sng culminated her amazing comeback by grabbing bronze with a 1.81 metres effort

Women’s High Jump Final
1 Thailand BOONWAN Wanida 1.85 SB
2 Vietnam PHAM Thi Diem 1.83
3 Singapore SNG Suat Li Michelle 1.81
4 Vietnam DUONG Thi Viet Anh 1.78
5 Thailand KITTIPHAT Jaruwan 1.74
6 Malaysia YAP Sean Yee 1.74
NM Singapore CHEONG Valerie


Our 4x100m relay boys ran to a new National Record of 39.24s, pending ratification by SA. Sprinter Md Amirudin has been wearing black armband throughout his SEA Games races as he was running in remembrance of Md Zaki Sapari

Men’s 4x100m Relay Final
1 THAILAND 38.99
2 SINGAPORE 39.24
3 INDONESIA 39.32 SB
4 MALAYSIA 39.67
5 BRUNEI 40.95
6 LAOS 41.94


It’s a 6th and 7th place finish by our quarter-miler women athletes

Women’s 400m Final
1 Vietnam NGUYEN Thi Huyen 52.00 PB
2 Vietnam QUACH Thi Lan 52.52
3 Malaysia VALLABOUY Sheree. 54.26 PB
4 Thailand YONGPHAN Treewadee 55.13
5 Malaysia MAZLAN Nurul Fai. 55.64
6 Singapore GOH Chui Ling 57.48 PB
7 Singapore T Piriyah 57.78
DNS Thailand ENG-CHUAN Atchima


Singapore athletes in the men 400m finished 6th and 7th respectively

Men’s 400m Final
1 Thailand SUKKAEW Kunanon 46.00 GR
2 Vietnam QUACH Cong Lich 46.02 PB
3 Philippines ALEJAN Edgardo Jr. 47.08 SB
4 Vietnam LUONG Van Thao 47.16 PB
5 Malaysia ALET Mohamad Ari. 47.43
6 Singapore PERCY Muncherji 47.87
7 Singapore NG Chin Hui 48.83
8 Malaysia KRISHNAN Dinesh 49.04


Gutsy run by Singapore’s Cheryl Chan who lowered the women 3000m steeplechase record to 11:45.16 minutes running with a torn quad and bruised knee, while Eliza Ng also PB with a 12:14.91 effort

Women’s 3000m Steeplechase Final
1 Indonesia BUDIARTI Rini 10:20.40
2 Vietnam NGUYEN Thi Phuong 10:32.61
3 Philippines BARNARD Jessica 10:36.90 PB
4 Vietnam TRUONG Thi Thuy 10:40.54 SB
5 Myanmar SE Khin Mar 10:52.75 PB
6 Myanmar SOE Hnin Yu 11:06.45
7 Singapore CHAN Cheryl Xue 11:45.16 PB
8 Singapore NG Yu Jun Eliza 12:14.91 PB
9 Lao People’s Democratic Republic MINGHAMKYONG Cha. 12:49.64


Singapore’s Md Shah Feroz and Colin Tung smashed their 3000m steeplechase PBs by running 9:42.78 and 9:54.76 respectively. 9 out the 11 athletes in the field in fact had PBs!

Men’s 3000m Steeplechase Final
1 Philippines ULBOC Christophe. 8:59.07 PB
2 Vietnam PHAM Tien San 8:59.90 PB
3 Indonesia PURWANTO Atjong 9:06.41 PB
4 Malaysia HAMIZAN Ahmad Luth 9:18.42 PB
5 Myanmar KAUT Mar 9:20.85 PB
6 Vietnam LE Trong Giang 9:25.08
7 Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste DE CARVALHO Ribe. 9:34.42 PB
8 Lao People’s Democratic Republic THAMMAVONGCHITH 9:37.41 PB
9 Singapore MOHEDEN Muhammad. 9:42.78 PB
10 Philippines HERRERA Rene 9:52.38
11 Singapore TUNG Zhi Shing C 9:54.76 PB


Team Singapore missed out on a bronze medal by 0.007 seconds. It’s a new national record, pending ratification by SA

Women’s 4x100m Relay Final
1 THAILAND 44.27
2 VIETNAM 44.77
3 MALAYSIA 45.41
4 SINGAPORE 45.41
5 INDONESIA 45.64 SB
6 PHILIPPINES 45.64

If you wish to see more SEA Games videos, it’s being uploaded here at https://www.youtube.com/playlist…. while the Facebook Day 6 gallery can be found here.

15th Jun 2015
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