Du Xianhui file photo, in bright green second from the right.
Our field specialist Du Xianhui has met the SEA Games qualifying mark for the women shot put 4 kilograms event.
She threw 14.46 metres.
The 32-year-old achieved such a feat during the weekend at a China meet in Liaoning on 29th July.
Du who is on a comeback trail improved her season-best of 13.66 metres set last June at the Singapore Open T&F Championship.
She is set to become the sixth Team Singapore athlete to have met the SEA Games qualifying mark for an individual event.
SAA page on SEA Games 2013
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2013 SAA Track and Field Series 5 official page
Date: 24th July 2013
Venue: Raffles Girls School
Mr Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister, Coordinating Minister for National Security, Minister for Home Affairs and President of the Singapore National Olympic Council
Mr Lawrence Wong,
Acting Minister for Culture, Community and Youth
Ms Sharon Tan Paey Fern,
Chef de Mission
Mrs Poh Mun See,
Principal, Raffles Girls’ School
Mr Lim Teck Yin,
CEO, Singapore Sports Council
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2013 SAA Track and Field Series 5
19 DAYS TO THE 14TH IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2013.
Date: 10–18 August 2013
Venue: Moscow, Russia (Luzhniki Stadium)
Official website: https://www.mos2013.org/en
It is the next International competition where we will be sending a Singapore athlete under the wildcard entry.
Calvin Kang Li Loong, current national sprinter has been officially selected by SAA to represent the Republic.
Having joined the Singapore Sports School in 2002, the young sprinter flourished under the school world-class integrated academic and sports programme.
He is currently 22-years-old and has a personal best of 10.53 seconds in the 100 metres and 21.68 seconds in the 200 metres.
We’ll be using the following hashtag #ckworldchamp at Facebook & Twitter for his exploits in Moscow. Feel free to use post, share & retweet the hashtag.
PHOTO BY LIEW TONG LENG
SAA page on 14th IAAF World Championships 2013
The 4x400m national women team ran 3:47.82 at Vietnam Open. They grabbed silver medal and it is a new Under-23 women 4x400m record, pending ratification by SAA.
The old mark was 3:48.16 set in Taiwan Open in May. They’re chasing the SEA games qualifying mark is 3:45.03.
The lineup consist of Shanti Veronica Pereira, T. Piriyah, Dipna Lim-Prasad and Wendy Enn.
Results from the 4x400m women race
1. Hanoi – 3:47.35
2. Singapore (Shanti, Piriyah, Dipna, Wendy) – 3:47.82
3. Nghe An – 3:52.79
4. Myanmar – 3:58.01
5. Khanh Hoa – 4:04.80
Other full results
|61.25||Women 400 Meter Hurdles 0.762m Open||Lim, Prasad Dipna||22||Ho Chi Minh City Stadium||21-Jul-13||3 pos, bronze|
|3:47.82||4x400m Women||Shanti, Piriyah, Dipna, Wendy||–||Ho Chi Minh City Stadium||21-Jul-13||2 pos, SB, silver, U23 record|
|13.63||Women Shot Put 4kg Open||Du, Xianhui||32||Ho Chi Minh City Stadium||21-Jul-13||2 pos, silver|
File photo of Guirong at Palembang in 2011 (center of photo)
Zhang Guirong 15.47m effort in a competition in China, Liao Ning 17 July is better than the silver medal SEA Games 2011 mark of 14.59m but still short of her 16.96m gold effort in Palembang.
The 35-year-old is the SEA Games defending champion and has a PB of 18.57m in the 4kg shot put event, which is also our women national record.
She is the fifth Singapore athlete to meet the SEA Games qualifying mark in an individual event, the last one was Mok Ying Ren in the marathon – https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/27th-southeast-asian-games-2013
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Following the 20th Asian AA Congress held at Pune, India on 1st July 2013, there’s an updated version (July 2013) of the Asian AA Constitution are available for viewing on the Asian AA website.
Document link: https://athleticsasia.org/constitution-july2013.pdf
Constitution page: https://athleticsasia.org/aaaconstitution.php
22nd Jul 2013
On the left in yellow, Mr. Chan Chow Tin and on the right of the photo, Mr. Ghana Segaran
Following the 20th Asian AA Congress held at Pune, India on 1st July 2013, Mr. Chan Chow Tin was elected as one of Asian Athletics Association Technical Committee while Mr. Ghana Segaran is now part of Asian Athletics Association Cross Country & Road Running Committee.
Mr. Chan Chow Tin and Mr. Ghana Segaran are also our local Area Technical Official and SAA Chairman, Cross Country & Road Running respectively.
For a full list of the committee, go to https://athleticsasia.org/aaacommittees.php