UPDATE: Download the results here.
Date: 20 February 2016
Venue: Bedok Reservoir (Boat Vista)
Organizer: Wings Athletic Club
Registration: Click here.
Enquiries: [email protected]
U14: Boys/Girls (Both 3.6km)
U17: Boys/Girls (4.3km/3.6km)
U20: Boys/Girls (4.3km/3.6km)
Open: Men/Women (4.3km/3.6km
Top winners from each category will win a Garmin FR620!
Closing date is Saturday 6th February.
UPDATE – You can download the result here.
This is the 4.5km route. There’s other route map in the entry form below.
Date: Saturday, 27 February 2016
Venue: Bedok Reservoir Park
Organizer: Swift Athletes Association
Entry Form: Download here (ZIP format) (Start list added).
A new year a new partnership
Singapore Athletics latest collaboration with Kin Teck Tong Pte Ltd
26 December 2015 – Kicking off into the New Year, Singapore Athletics (SA) will be collaborating with a local home-grown Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) company Kin Teck Tong Pte Ltd (KTT) to provide support for Singapore Athletics’ events and national team. The partnership will be sealed on 28 December, 12.30pm, in a ceremony at Kin Teck Tong’s newly opened medical centre at the Kallang Wave Mall #02-06, located at the Singapore Sports Hub.
SA will appoint KTT as its Exclusive TCM Partner to sponsor TCM services to SA’s athletes and events, in a manner that is mutually beneficial to both parties. These athletes and participants of SA’s events will be able to seek treatments with KTT’s team of qualified in-house physicians and trained therapists. The value of the partnership is estimated to be worth $280,000 per annum.
Through this partnership, TCM healthcare is now readily accessible to our national athletes who will be able to benefit from KTT’s team of professionals in sports injury treatment. Both parties hope to promote the general well-being of our national athletes using a modernised TCM approach that is tailored to their individual condition.
Mdm Coco Zhang, Executive Director of Kin Teck Tong, said, “Our national athletes go through rigorous training and this often result in intense muscle sprains and strains. Our newest branch at the Singapore Sports Hub is complete with modern facilities that can be fully integrated with our TCM treatments. Through our partnership with Singapore Athletics, we are able to provide sports injury treatment in a location that is convenient to these athletes. It is also our way of giving back to the society.”
Mr Tang Weng Fei, President of Singapore Athletics said, “We are always looking out for new opportunities to partner with forward looking companies in the holistic care of our athletes and other sports participants. Being an athlete-centric organisation, we hope to continuously provide value add to our stakeholders within the athletics fraternity.”
The partnership will initially be for a period of one year from 1 Jan 2016 to 31 Dec 2016.
About Singapore Athletics
Boasting a membership of 22 affiliate institutions, Singapore Athletics (SA) continues to build on its proud history and tradition as Singapore’s governing body in the track and field for the new millennium.
Founded in 1934, Singapore Athetics’ (then known as Singapore Amateur Athletic Association) historic footprints began more than 60 years ago when we opened our doors to Singapore’s early athletes at the Farrer Park Stadium. Since then, SA has toiled and grown, and is now poised to chart new territories for the future. Under the helm of a new dynamic team of volunteers and full-time secretariat, the association will take bold strides to nurture talents and work towards a holistic athlete development and making competitive athletics a viable career.
31st Dec 2015
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements
Firstly and foremost, Singapore Athletics would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year 2016.
In conjunction with the festive period, our office will be closed (Phone lines unmanned) from the following dates:
31 December 1pm onwards Thursday and the whole of 1st January 2016 Friday.
You can still email us at SAA. We will respond on the following business days when we are back.
Countdown to this event
Quick Links: Full results | Start List | Schedule
- 24 Jan 2016 - Full results uploaded.
- 23 Jan 2016 - Day 1 results uploaded.
- 22 Jan 2016 - Start list, Schedule and Competition Format reuploaded.
- 22 Jan 2016 - Start list uploaded.
- 31st Dec 2015 - Page posted.
Date: Saturday & Sunday, 23 & 24 January 2016
Venue: Home of Athletics at Kallang Practice Track
Age eligibility / Categories :
Minimum age – 13 (i.e. those born in 2002 & earlier)
Under 15: 13 years to 14 years old as of 31 December 2016
Under 18: 15 years to 17 years old as of 31 December 2016
Under 20: 18 years to 19 years old as of 31 December 2016
Open: 13 years old and above unless otherwise stated
Send in your registration form to SAA.
- Send in your cheque. Cheque should be made payable to: “SINGAPORE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION”.
- Our address to send in your cheque is #01-33, 3 Stadium Drive, S397630.
- 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.
S$10.00 per event
S$20.00 per event (Late entries, pending available lane allocation and slot)
Registration is closed as of 15 Jan 2016.
For inquiries, please call 6386-2721, or email SAA.
Registration Method - Using Entry Forms
- Download entry forms.
- Extract and open the various entry form documents.
- Key in your athlete particulars.
- Send the entry form documents to SAA
“At the IAAF Council Meeting on 26 November, changes to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games entry standards in 17 events were approved.
The International Olympic Committee have since been notified.
In April 2015, the IAAF Council approved the entry standards but allowed for a review following the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015 where a similar system of qualification and similar standards were used.
Resulting from the experience of these championships, the Technical Delegates proposed some amendments to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games entry standards, which have been accepted by all parties.
The aim is to have more athletes achieving the standard and therefore, to get closer to the target number of participants.
Details of the qualification system (a pdf file) and revised standards can be found here.”
SA has updated its Rio 2016 Olympic Games page here.
Countdown to this event
- 22 Feb 2016 - Results posted.
- 17 Feb 2016 - Send off for the team.
- 1 Feb 2016 - Trial results posted.
- 26 Jan 2016 - Final selection trial posted.
- 5 Jan 2016 - Info on first selection trial.
- 15 Dec 2015 - Page posted.
Date: 19-21 February, 2016
Venue: Doha, Qatar
Organizer: Qatar Athletics Federation
View the results here.
Only Singapore citizen are nominated for this competition.
1. EVENTS CONTESTED
|High Jump||High Jump|
|Long Jump||Long Jump|
|Triple Jump||Triple Jump|
|Pole Vault||Pole Vault|
|Shot Put||Shot Put|
2. QUALIFYING MARKS
Singapore Athletics will be using the 6th placing results (or last placing for events with less than 6 competitors in the Finals) of the last edition of Asian Indoor Championships in 2014 as the qualifying mark for the upcoming Asian Indoor in Feb 2016.
- Wind-assisted performances will not be accepted.
- Hand-timed performances will not be accepted.
- If there are more than 2 qualifiers for an event, only the top 2 will be selected.
- Only Singapore citizen can be nominated for AIC.
- Singapore Athletics reserves the right to drop any athlete if the athlete is deemed medically unfit.
3. INDIVIDUAL QUALIFICATION
4. RELAY QUALIFICATION
For both 4x400m relay Men and Women events, the relay team will have to meet the 3rd placing mark of the 2014 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships.
5. QUALIFYING PERIOD
Selection period: 1 Dec 2015 to 1 February 2016
Meets during this period:
- IVP (9, 13 and 16 January 2016)
- Series 1 (23 and 24 January 2016)
- Selection Trials (30 Jan 2016 - decision to conduct this will be made after 25 Jan 2016)
- Overseas meets that are sanctioned by Singapore Athletics
On 9th January 2015 during IVP, we will include time trials for 60m and 60mH at the end of the session. This inclusion of events is not part of the IVP competition. Schedule will be announced at a later date.
Training and Selection Committee will decide after 25 Jan 2016 whether to hold one final selection trial on 30 Jan 2016 for 60m, 60m Hurdles, High Jump, Long Jump, Pole Vault, 400m, 800m.
Please indicate your interest to compete in the stated events toSAA in the following format by 25th December 2015:
Timing/ year: (if any)
Singapore Athletics has sent the following coaches recently for the following courses.
Mr. G. Elangovan and Mr. Steven Quek
Middle Distance & Long Distance Level 5 Coaching Course (USA).
Ms. Margaret Oh
CECS Level 4 Refresher Course on Sprints/Hurdles (Indonesia).
Coaches please subscribe to SA mailing list where we’ll send circular on upcoming coaching development courses and programs.
Posted by Sha
Countdown to this event
- 20 Mar 2016 - Results posted.
- 2 Feb 2016 - Trial results.
- 22 Jan 2016 - Trial info posted.
- 11 Dec 2015 - Page created.
Date: 20th March 2016, Sunday
Venue: Nomi City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
Host: Asian Athletics Association
Organizer: Japan Association of Athletics Federation
- The 20km Race Walk Selection Trial for Asian Racewalking Championships (Nomi, Japan) will be held on 30th January 2016. More details will be updated at a later date.
a) For Singapore Citizen only (Male/Female).
b) Qualifying standards as follow:-
Male walker qualifying time :- 1hr: 40:00
Female walker qualifying timing :- 2hrs:00:00
c) Only 1 Male & 1 Female walker shall be in the final Team to Asian Race Walking Championships.
d) If in the event none of the walkers qualified, the top finisher (Male and Female, respectively), recording a timing
3% off, athlete will have to bear 30% of the Air-Fare,
6% off, athlete will have to bear 60% of the Air-Fare,
10% off, athlete will have to bear 80% of the Air-Fare and
if more than 10% off, 100% of the Air-Fare.
e) Any athlete who is disqualified (Breaching the walking rules) during the trial shall not be selected.
For qualification and selection matters please contact SAA
The Singapore team of 25 managed to secure 3rd position overall with 5 gold, 9 silver, 8 bronze. The team manager was Mr Rohaizad and the team was coached by Khoo Zhihao and Nicholas Tey.
Photos and results courtesy of Khoo Zhihao and Nicholas Tey.