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Update #10

SAA only has two days of photos as below:

Posted 23rd 6:16 PM


Update #9

214 videos in total with over 9 hours plus of footage.

Not all events/attempts were recorded.

Posted 16th Apr 2012 12:10PM


Update #8

Courtesy of RJCAT & SSSC.

New Records:

  1. 100 Metres (A-Boys) – Chan Zhiyuan Donovan, HCI
    Old Championship Record – 2001, 10.80s
    Chan Zhiyuan Donovan mark – 10.70s (?? m/s)

Tracking:

  1. 1st time qualified this season for Asian Junior (9-12 Jun)
    100m Boys – Chan Zhiyuan Donovan, 18 years old from HCI
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 6th place) – 10.97s
    Chan Zhiyuan Donovan mark at Nat Sch – 10.70s (?? m/s)
  2. 1st time qualified this season for Asian Junior (9-12 Jun)
    100m Boys – Tan Zong Yang, 18 years old from HCI
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 6th place) – 10.97s
    Tan Zong Yang mark at Nat Sch – 10.92s (?? m/s)

Posted 11th Apr 2012 12:22AM


Update #7

Courtesy of RJCAT & SSSC.

New Records:

  1. 400 Metres Hurdles (B-Boys) – Raymond Scott Lee Chian Hoong, SJI
    Old Championship Record – 2010, 56.48s
    Raymond Scott Lee Chian Hoong mark – 55.04s
  2. 400 Metres Hurdles (B-Boys) – Quek Jun Jie Calvin, VS
    Old Championship Record – 2010, 56.48s
    Raymond Scott Lee Chian Hoong mark – 55.05s
  3. 200 Metres (B-Girls) – Eugenia Tan Yan Ning, S’pore Sports School
    Old Championship Record – 1995, 25.65s
    Eugenia Tan Yan Ning mark – 25.64s (0.0 m/s)
  4. 200 Metres (A-Boys) – Chan Zhiyuan Donovan, HCI
    Old Championship Record – 2005, 21.78s
    Chan Zhiyuan Donovan mark – 21.75s (0.0 m/s)

Tracking:

  1. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    200 Metres Girls – Eugenia Tan Yan Ning, 16 years old from S’pore Sports School
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 3rd place) – 25.83s
    Eugenia Tan Yan Ning at Nat Sch – 25.64s (0.0 m/s)
  2. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    200 Metres Girls – Ruelia Nesaranjini D/O R R, 17 years old from SRJC
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 3rd place) – 25.83s
    Ruelia Nesaranjini D/O R R at Nat Sch – 25.79s (?? m/s)

Posted 5th Apr 2012 1:36PM


Update #6

Courtesy of RJCAT & SSSC.

New Records:

    None.

Tracking:

  1. 1st time qualified this season for Asian Junior (9-12 Jun)
    High Jump Girls – Carren Teo Kai Qin, 17 years old from RI
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 6th place) – 1.60m
    Carren Teo Kai Qin mark at Nat Sch – 1.60m
  2. 1st time qualified this season for Asian Junior (9-12 Jun)
    100 Metres Hurdles (0.840m) Girls – Shermaine Chia Wenyi, 18 years old from VJC
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 6th place) – 17.31s
    Shermaine Chia Wenyi mark at Nat Sch – 17.06s (?? m/s)
  3. 2nd time qualified this season for Asian Junior (9-12 Jun)
    100 Metres Hurdles (0.840m) Girls – Jessica Tan Shu En, 17 years old from RI
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 6th place) – 17.31s
    Jessica Tan Shu En mark at Nat Sch – 17.13s (?? m/s)
  4. 5th time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    100 Metres Hurdles (0.762m) Girls – Jannah Wong Min, 16 years old from CHIJ Katong Convent
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 3rd place) – 15.51s
    Jannah Wong Min mark at Nat Sch – 14.93s (?? m/s)
  5. 2nd time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Triple Jump Girls – Lynette Lim Enxuan, 15 years old from Cedar Girls
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 3rd place) – 11.02m
    Lynette Lim Enxuan mark at Nat Sch – 11.54m (?? m/s)
  6. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Triple Jump Girls – Sakinah Muslimah Bte Johar, 16 years old from S’pore Sports School
    Qualifying mark to beat (Set at 3rd place) – 11.02m
    Sakinah Muslimah Bte Johar mark at Nat Sch – 11.48m (?? m/s)

Posted 4th Apr 2012 9:34PM


Update #5

Courtesy of RJCAT & SSSC.

Clarification:

    That was an error in yesterday’s results.
    Triple Jump B-Boys new C’ship Record is 14.20m (-0.8m/s), & not 14.42m (3.2m/s)
    We apologise for the confusion.

New Records:

  1. Pole Vault (Girls) (O-Girls) – Teo Carmel, Henderson Secondary
    3 records altogether, Junior, Youth Best Performance and CR
    Old National Junior Record – 2012, 3.31m
    Old Youth Best Performance Record – 2012, 3.31m
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 2.80m
    New mark for the above three records – 3.32m
  2. Pole Vault (Girls) (O-Girls) – Chang An Zi, Singapore Sports School
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 2.80m
    Chang An Zi mark – 2.90m
  3. Pole Vault (Girls) (O-Girls) – Tong Ray Nee, Hwa Chong Institution
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 2.80m
    Tong Ray Nee mark – 2.80m, equal record
  4. 100 Metres Hurdles (B-Girls) – Jannah Wong Min, CHIJ Katong Convent
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 14.85s
    New Championship Record – 14.83s (?? m/s)
  5. 400 Metres (A-Boys) – Ng Chin Hui, Raffles Institution
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 48.98s
    New Championship Record – 48.81s

Tracking:

  1. 1st time qualified this season for Asian Junior (9-12 Jun)
    400 Metres Boys – Ng Chin Hui, 18 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 49.08s
    Ng Chin Hui mark – 48.81s
  2. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    2000 Metres Steeplechase – Venuraam S/O Selvan, 17 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 6:34.53 minutes
    Venuraam S/O Selvan mark – 6:33.57 minutes
  3. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Long Jump Girls – Goh Yi Ling, 17 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 4.96m
    Goh Yi Ling mark – 5.01m (?? m/s)
  4. 4th time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Pole Vault Girls – Carmel Teo, 16 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 2.25m
    Carmel Teo mark – 3.32m
  5. 3rd time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Pole Vault Girls – Chang, An Zi, 15 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 2.25m
    Chang, An Zi mark – 2.90m
  6. 4th time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Pole Vault Girls – Tong Ray Nee, 17 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 2.25m
    Chang, An Zi mark – 2.80m
  7. 3rd time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Pole Vault Girls – Tan Ying Lin, Felicia, 15 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 2.25m
    Tan Ying Lin, Felicia mark – 2.70m
  8. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Pole Vault Girls – Wong Xin Ern Cara, Felicia, 17 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 2.25m
    Wong Xin Ern Cara – 2.40m
  9. 4th time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    100 Metres Hurdles (0.762m) Girls – Jannah Wong Min, 16 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 15.51s
    Jannah Wong Min mark – 14.83s (?? m/s)
  10. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Long Jump Boys – Lemuel Low Kai Jie, 17 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 6.35m
    Lemuel Low Kai Jie mark – 6.47m (?? m/s)

Posted 3rd Apr 2012 10:19PM


Update #4

Courtesy of RJCAT & SSSC.

New Records:

  1. 100 Metres (B-Girls) – Eugenia Tan Yan Ning, Singapore Sports School
    Old Championship Record – 2011, 12.43s
    New Championship Record – 12.39s (1.0 m/s)
  2. Triple Jump (B-Boys) – Benjamin Ong Yu Kai, Singapore Sports School
    Old Championship Record – 1991, 14.19m
    New Championship Record – 14.20m (-0.8m/s)

Tracking:

  1. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    100 Metres Girls – Eugenia Tan Yan Ning, 16 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 12.55s
    Eugenia Tan Yan Ning mark – 12.39s (1.0 m/s)
  2. 1st time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Long Jump Girls – Lynette Lim Enxuan, 15 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 4.96m
    Lynette Lim Enxuan mark – 5.03m (Wind speed unknown)
  3. 2nd time qualified this season for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Triple Jump Boys – Benjamin Ong Yu Kai, 16 years old
    Qualifying mark to beat – 13.85m
    Benjamin Ong Yu Kai mark – 14.20m (-0.8m/s)
    Note: Benjamin jumped further at 14.42m but wind-assisted

Posted 2nd April 2012 11:26PM


Update #3

Courtesy of RJCAT & SSSC.

New Records:

  1. Pole Vault (B-Boys) – Chan Sheng Yao, HCI
    Old CR Mark – 2011, 4.38m
    Old Youth Best Performance – 2012, 4.63m
    New Mark – 4.64m

Tracking:

  1. 4th time qualified for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Pole Vault Boys – Chan Sheng Yao, 16 years old
    Qualifying Mark – 4.40m
    Chan Sheng Yao Mark – 4.64m
  2. 2nd time qualified for Asian Junior (9-12 Jun)
    Pole Vault Boys – Chan Sheng Yao, 16 years old
    Qualifying Mark – 4.50m
    Chan Sheng Yao Mark – 4.64m

Posted 30th Mar 2012 10:12PM


Update #2

Courtesy of RJCAT & SSSC.

New Records:

  1. 100 Metres (C-Girls) – Nur Izlyn Bte Zaini, S’pore Sports School
    Old Mark – 2010, 12.75s
    New Mark – 12.74s

Tracking:

  1. Qualified for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Discus Throw (1.5kg) Boys – Brian See Wei Ren, 16 years old
    Qualifying Mark – 45.06m
    Brian See Wei Ren Mark – 45.55m
  2. Qualified the 2nd time for SEA Youth (28-29 Apr)
    Long Jump Boys – Benjamin Ong Yu Kai, 16 years old
    Qualifying Mark – 6.35m
    Benjamin Ong Yu Kai Mark – 6.60m (Wind speed unknown)

Posted 28th Mar 2012 9:45PM


Update #1

Courtesy of RJCAT & SSSC.

New Records:

  1. Discus (A-Girls) – Chan Zhi Xuan, ACJC
    Old Mark – 2011, 38.60m
    New Mark – 38.86m

Tracking:

  1. Qualified for Asian Junior (9-12 Jun)
    Discus Throw (1kg) Girls – Chan Zhi Xuan, 18 years old
    Qualifying Mark – 38.75m
    Chan Zhi Xuan Mark – 38.86m

Posted 28th Mar 2012 9:45PM


Event Info

Official website: http://sssc.schoolsports.sg/track-amp-field/national-track-field-cships-2012

Dates :

  • 28 – 30 Mar 2012 National Schools T&F C’ships (AM & PM sessions)
  • 2 – 4 Apr 2012 National Schools T&F C’ships (AM & PM sessions)
  • 5 Apr 2012 (Thu) National Schools T&F C’ships (AM sessions)
  • 10 Apr 2012 (Tue) National Schools T&F C’ships – Finals

Venue : Choa Chu Kang Stadium


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