Date: 29th December, Sunday 2013
- 4 to walk in a team and the best 3 finishers to count in the results.
- Tie breaker will be the position of the 3rd walker.
- Bugis Street Shopping vouchers for top five teams and Medals to all members of the top three teams in each category.
- Lucky Draw for all participants.
- $20 per team for U13, U17 and U20
- $40 per team for Open
- 20 Teams in each Category.
- A special designed Brooks T-shirt will be given to each member of the first 50 teams to register.
- Vouchers prizes are sponsored by Bugis Street Development Pte Ltd.
- 5 pairs of shoe are sponsored by Key Power International Pte Ltd for the lucky draw.
- T-shirts are sponsored by L2S Sports & Health Marketing Pte Ltd.
- Aquarius and Dasani drinks are sponsored by Coca-Cola Singapore.
Venue: ECP at Carpark B1
Team: Each team to comprise of 4 walkers of same sex and age group.
|Men and Women Respectively||Distances|
No age limts
17-19 yrs old
13-16 yrs old
12 yrs & below
Closing Date: 16.12.2013
You can download the route map here.
1500m mixed u15/ youth on Sat, 16 Nov 2013 as the only update added to the schedule.
2013 SAA Track and Field Series 7 page
2 gold, 5 silver and 3 bronze medals.
1 women national & U23 record, Dipna Lim-Prasad for the 400m hurdles event.
You can download the PDF compiled results here.
Team Singapore results
|10.46||1.2||100m Men||Muhammad Amirudin Jamal||Final||2/7 pos, SILVER, PB|
|10.72||0.5||100m Men||Muhammad Amirudin Jamal||Semi 1||2/6 pos, Q|
|10.58||0.0||100m Men||Kang Li Loong Calvin||Semi 3||1/6 pos, Q|
|10.65||1.2||100m Men||Kang Li Loong Calvin||Final||5/7 pos|
|11.03||0.0||100m Men||Lim, Yao Peng||Semi 2||4/5 pos|
|11.08||0.0||100m Men||Mohammad, Naqib Asmin||Semi 2||5/5 pos|
|21.86||-0.8||200m Men||Lee Cheng Wei||Final||3/8 pos, BRONZE|
|22.15||-0.8||200m Men||Muhammad Elfi Mustapa||Final||6/8 pos|
|22.27||-0.8||200m Men||Mohammad, Naqib Asmin||Final||7/8 pos|
|22.38||-0.8||200m Men||Poh, Seng Song||Final||8/8 pos|
|49.04||–||400m Men||Zubin, Percy Muncherji||Semi 1||5/5 pos, Q|
|49.11||–||400m Men||Zubin, Percy Muncherji||Final||7/8 pos|
|49.86||–||400m Men||Poh, Seng Song||Semi 2||3/6 pos|
|52.31||–||400m Men||Tan, Lance||Semi 2||6/6 pos|
|50.53||–||400m Men||Khoo, Kenneth||Semi 3||6/7 pos|
|50.85||–||400m Men||Loh, Guo Pei||Semi 3||6/7 pos|
|40.98||–||4x100m Men||Elfi, CK, CW, Amir||Final||1/2 pos, GOLD|
|3:16.04||–||4x400m Men||Guopei, Seng Song, Zubin, Kenneth||Final||2/2 pos, SILVER|
|4.60||–||Pole Vault Men||Lim, Zi Qing, Sean||Final||1/7 pos, GOLD|
|4.50||–||Pole Vault Men||Chan, Sheng Yao||Final||2/7 pos, SILVER|
|4.50||–||Pole Vault Men||Boey, Kai Jie, Desmond||Final||4/7 pos|
|4.00||–||Pole Vault Men||Poh, Wen Jie||Final||6/7 pos|
|11.95||0.5||100m Women||Pereira, Shanti Veronica||Semi 2||2/5 pos, Q|
|12.05||-1.1||100m Women||Pereira, Shanti Veronica||Final||3/7 pos, BRONZE|
|24.56||-1.2||200m Women||Pereira, Shanti Veronica||Final||2/8 pos, SILVER|
|26.46||-1.2||200m Women||Goh, Chui Ling||Final||8/8 pos|
|11.23||–||Triple Jump Women||Nurul, Jannah||Final||6/6 pos|
|5.41||–||Long Jump Women||Nurul, Jannah||Final||6/9 pos|
|5.00||–||Long Jump Women||Tan, Eugenia||Final||9/9 pos|
|56.47||–||400m Women||T. Piriyah||Final||4/8 pos|
|58.17||–||400m Women||T. Piriyah||Semi 1||3/4 pos, Q|
|60.32||–||400m Women||Summer, Ree Tyra||Semi 2||4/5 pos|
|3.20||–||Pole Vault Women||Yang, Rachel Isabel||Final||2/2 pos, SILVER|
|60.36||–||400m Hurdles Women||Lim, Prasad Dipna||Final||3/5 pos, BRONZE, NR, U23R|
- 22nd Nov – More day 2 pics.
- 19th Nov – Links to Videos, Day 1 pics and Day 2 pics.
- 19th Nov – Wong Kai Yuen sets new men National Junior 6kg shot put record.
- 17th Nov – Find out Top-5 athletes.
- 17th Nov – Day 2 results uploaded.
- 16th Nov – Day 1 results uploaded.
- 15th Nov – Start List updated again.
- 14th Nov – Update to Schedule & Start List.
- 11th Nov – Start List uploaded.
- 11th Nov – Schedule updated again.
- 11th Nov – Start List uploaded.
- 23rd Oct – Updated schedule.
- 11th Oct – Event page created.
- 16-17 November
Download Registration Form Files:
- Start List
- Events File (EV1 Format)
- Appendix A – Participating Events
- Appendix B – The Schedule
- Conditions Document
- Competition Format
Age eligibility / Categories :
Minimum age – 13 (i.e. those born in 2000 & earlier)
Under 15: 13 years to 14 years old as of 31 December 2013
Youth: 15 years to 17 years old as of 31 December 2013
Junior: 18 years to 19 years old as of 31 December 2013
Open: 13 years old and above unless otherwise stated
Send in your registration form to SAA.
S$10.00 per event
S$20.00 per event (Late entries, pending available lane allocation and slot)
S$5.00 per set for replacement number bibs
- Send in your cheque. Cheque should be made payable to: “SINGAPORE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION”.
- Our address to send in your cheque is 3 Champions Way, Singapore Sports School (Blk 1), #01-10, Singapore 737912.
- There will be no refund of entry fees for any withdrawal / no-show after the closing date.
- There will be no refund if event is cancelled due to bad/ wet weather on event day itself.
Registration is closed as of 4 November 2013.
For inquiries, please call 6386-2721, or email SAA.
Registration Method – Electronic Registration
This event uses electronic registration to ease the registration process. After the first registration, you will be able to use the saved database of your athletes’ particulars for future registration of SAA events.
- Download Team Manager Lite software at https://www.hy-tekltd.com/downloads.html
- Then download and extract the this Series events file (EV1 format). Load it with the newly installed Team Manager Lite software.
- From there, register your participant(s).
- Then export the file and send it to SAA
- Detailed manual instruction of event registration, refer to the Team Manager Lite Manual document.
- For inquiries, please call 63862721.
Total athletes for 2013 edition: 25 (17 male & 8 female)
SEA Games 2011 Palembang edition we had 24 athletes, 13 male & 11 females.
Events below based on qualification merit only. Final line-up slots for individual events to be announced soon.
1. Men 100m – Gary Yeo
2. Men pole vault – Chan Sheng Yao
3. Men pole vault – Sean Lim
4. Men marathon – Mok Ying Ren
5. Men marathon – Ashley Liew
6. Women shotput & Discus – Zhang Guirong
7. Women shotput, discus & javelin – Du Xiahui
8. Men discus – James Wong
11. Men 4x100m
Yeo Foo Ee, Gary
Lee Cheng Wei
Kang Li Loong Calvin
Muhammad Amirudin Bin Jamal
Muhammad Elfi Bin Mustapa
Muhammad Naqib Bin Asmin
12. Men 4x400m
Ng Chin Hui
Muncherji Zubin Percy
Muhammad Zaki Bin Sapari
Loh Guo Pei
Poh Seng Song
Khoo Kian Seong Kenneth
13. Women 4x400m
Dipna Lim Prasad
Pereira Veronica Shanti
Tyra Summer Ree
Goh Chui Ling
61 days to go to the SEA Games as of this post
SAA page on SEA Games 2013
11th Oct 2013
Tags: SEA Games
The IAAF President, Lamine Diack, has set the goal for the IAAF that there should be at least one athlete of each Member Federation capable of achieving the ‘B’ Qualification Standard for the World Championships in Athletics or the Olympic Games. This is an ambitious objective considering the level of the performances to be achieved and the fact that about one third of the IAAF Member Federations have yet to achieve this level of performance.
The IAAF has established a scholarship programme, the IAAF ‘B’ Standard Programme, which will enable athletes who have the potential but lack the appropriate athletics environment to develop their competitive performance. By training in appropriate conditions and with provision of the necessary support that may not be available in the athlete’s own country they will be prepared to, at minimum, achieve the ‘B’ Standard.
Application for Singapore athletes
Please submit your interest to SAA.
Only application submitted via National Federations (SAA) who deemed eligible are allowed.
Those athletes who are selected will receive a 1-year scholarship to train at one of 9 IAAF High Performance Training Centres (HPTC), the next season starting from November 2013. Athletes should be under 23 years of age and be close to the Entry Standards as stated in the Guidelines below.
The Scholarship Programme
The scholarship programmes is designed for those athletes who fulfil the following profile:
- Have achieved a performance that is close to the current IAAF World Championships ‘B’ standard
- Be available to move to and reside at a Centre that is determined to be the most suitable venue for the athlete’s programme.
- Have no current commitments that would preclude them from attending the Centre for the period of the programme.
In order to apply for an IAAF scholarship certain entry standards have been defined (see Appendix 1). You should note that the IAAF will give preference to athletes in the ‘Under 23’ age category.
After considering the competition results, statistical data and profile evaluation of the athlete, those deemed to have a chance to achieve the ‘B’ Standard in an event will be offered a scholarship in one of 3 programmes:
- Short Term programme – Those who are close to the set objective could participate in short term preparation, usually accompanied by their personal coach (3 months duration).
- Medium Term programme – Designed for athletes who have the potential to achieve the ‘B’ Standard with one year of specific preparation (one year duration).
- Long Term programme – Athletes currently under the age of 23 who obviously need longer time to achieve the ‘B’ Standard will be offered this programme (maximum of two years duration).
In all three programmes, the IAAF will ensure access to adequate facilities, coaching and competition as detailed below.
The duration of a scholarship is limited to a maximum of up to one year at one time. As the scholarship approaches its conclusion the behaviour and performance development of the athlete are evaluated by the IAAF. Based on the results of this evaluation, the scholarship may be extended by another period, not to exceed a total scholarship period of two years.
IAAF scholarship holders are obliged to take up their scholarships at IAAF institutions, either IAAF High Performance Training Centres (HPTCs) or IAAF Accredited Training Centres (ATCs). A list of the IAAF institutions can be found on the IAAF Website (sub-section ‘Development’). The IAAF will decide in cooperation with the National Federation and the athlete, which of the IAAF institutions is best equipped, coaching-wise, for the athlete’s training needs.
At the IAAF institutions the following provisions are guaranteed to scholarship athletes:
- Full board and accommodation
- Health insurance
- Coaching services by specialised coaches
- Travel to local competitions
- Travel to/from IAAF institution at the beginning and at the end of scholarship
- Basic physiotherapeutic services
- A small, monthly financial allowance
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements
The SAA family would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to SAA President Mr. Tang Weng Fei on his new appointments.
Tang Weng Fei appointed as Honorary President of the Asia Masters Athletics Association and Member of the Marketing and Promotion Commission for Asian Athletics Association
Following the 77th Meeting of the Council of the Asian Athletic Association in Wuhan, China, the AAA confirmed the appointment of Mr Tang as a member of the Marketing and Promotion Commission. The main role of the commission is to provide the AAA with advice regarding policy and strategic planning of the AAA’s marketing and promotional activities.
Mr Tang will also join fellow Singaporeans, Mr Maurice Nicholas, Mr Chan Chow Tin and Mr Ghana Segaran within the AAA set-up. Mr Tang said, “Being appointed to the Asian Athletic Association is an honour and I am looking forward to the new challenge. Asian Athletics is going from strength to strength, with the success of the Beijing Olympics and the recent announcement of the 2022 Tokyo Games, these are exciting times for the region and I am looking forward to being involved.”
In addition to his role with the AAA, Mr. Tang has also been appointed as Honorary President of the Asia Masters Athletics association. Mr. Tang will act as an advisor to the current President, Japan’s Kiyoshi Konoike as well as providing additional guidance ahead of the 17th Asia Masters Championships, which will be held in Singapore in 2016.
The new appointments will mean more responsibilities for Mr. Tang, however his first and foremost commitment will remain the continual growth and development of athletes within Singapore and delivering success on home soil during the 2015 SEA Games. Ahead of starting his new roles Mr. Tang said, “Following Mr. Ng Ser Miang’s (VP of SNOC & IOC) announcement of his intentions to groom more Singaporean for roles within international sports, I hope that these new appointments represent a step in the right direction for more international exposure and strengthen Singapore’s sporting connections.”
9th Oct 2013
Tags: Tang Weng Fei
Held at Kyoto, Osaka, Japan our Masters athletes brought back home 2 gold, 2 silver & 6 bronze.
Mrs Glory Barnabas W70 – High Jump Gold & L/Jump silver
Dr Anne Tan Kendrick W50 – High Jump Gold & L/Jump bronze
4x400m relay M45 – silver Jason, Suppiah, Kim Seng & Kevin
Mdm Petchay W65 – 100m bronze
Tan Kim Seng M50 – 400m bronze
Jason Wong M45 – 400mH bronze
Yusoff Khan M60 – 2000m S/C bronze
Kor Hong Fatt M80 – Mile bronze