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Our marquee event, Singapore Open Track & Field Championship will be in its 80th edition and is set for 11th (Wed) and 12th (Thu) April 2018 at the Singapore Sports Hub. All events will be held at National Stadium, except for Discus and Hammer throw to be held at HOA and 20km Race Walk will be held out of the stadium. There will be random doping test for this Championships, and competition schedule/event may change in timing and session.

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Closing date to submit your entry form is Tuesday, 27th Mar 2018, 2359hrs.
No late entries will be entertained.


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Conditions

Entry Fees:

    S$10.00 per entry (except SpexCarded athletes FY2018)

    S$5.00 per set for bib replacement

    No Late entries

Age eligibility / Categories :

    Minimum age – 13 (i.e. those born in 2005 & earlier), athlete need to meet qualifying mark in order to register.

Eligibility:

    Only SA affiliated & associate clubs are allowed to participate

Team Singapore:

    There will be no Team Singapore athletes sent for individual events except for the relays.

Local qualifying entry

    Men

    Qualifying Mark ET/HT

    Women

    Qualifying Mark ET/HT

    100m

    11.40/ 11.1

    100m

    13.20/ 12.9

    200m

    23.50/ 23.2

    200m

    27.50/ 27.2

    400m

    52.50/ 52.2

    400m

    68.00/ 67.7

    800m

    2:05/ 2:03

    800m

    2:45/ 2:43

    1500m

    4:25/ 4:23

    1500m

    5:40/ 5:38

    5000m

    17:30/ 17:28

    5000m

    22:00/ 21:58

    110m Hurdles (1.067m)

    18.00/ 17.57

    100m Hurdles (0.838m)

    18.00/ 17.57

    400m Hurdles (0.914m)

    65.00/ 64.57

    400m Hurdles (0.762m)

    75.00/ 74.57

    3000m Steeplechase (0.914m)

    11:30/ 11:28

    3000m Steeplechase (0.762m)

    13:30/ 13:28

    20km Race Walk*

    2:00:00/ 1:59:58

    20km Race Walk*

    2:10:00/ 2:09:58

    Pole Vault

    4.00

    Pole Vault

    3.00

    High Jump

    1.85

    High Jump

    1.50

    Long Jump

    6.30

    Long Jump

    4.80

    Triple Jump

    13.00

    Triple Jump

    10.50

    Shot Put

    10.50

    Shot Put

    8.50

    Discus

    35.00

    Discus

    25.00

    Javelin

    42.50

    Javelin

    30.00

    Hammer

    27.00

    Hammer

    25.00

    *20km Race Walk will be held out of stadium
    * For the 20km Race Walk, cut off time for men is 1hr 50 and women 2 hours
    **Qualifying window starts from 1 July 2017 to 1 April 2018, result must attained from SAA sanctioned event and oversea sanction competition


Payment:

    Kindly find below for SA bank details:

      Bank Account No.: 074-901188-2 (Current account)

      Name of Account Holder: SINGAPORE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

      Name of bank: DBS Bank Ltd

      Address of Bank: 6 Shenton Way DBS Building, S(068809)

      SWIFT CODE: DBSSSGSG

      Please kindly provide a screenshot of the receipt upon successful transaction for Inter-Bank Transfer payment

    Kindly find below for SA address for payment at our office:

      3 Stadium Drive, #01-33, Singapore 397630

      Nearest MRT: CC6 Stadium, Exit A (Office is located underneath the escalator near Kallang Wave Mall entrance)

      Driving: Park your vehicle at OCBC Arena underground carpark Berth B12 take lift to Level 1

      Upon arrival, you may call SA office at 63862721 to open the door for you

    School and Institution can make payment via E-Invoice, kindly provide the following details:

      1. Charge code

      2. Department to bill

      3. Person in charge


Terms & Conditions

Rules and Regulations

    Please read the Rules and Regulations here

You are advised to read all the documents enclosed on the entry form.

For any enquiries, reach us at SAA or call +65-63862721.

Related links:
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2012 edition
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Selection Policy

    1. General Information

      Singapore Athletics Association (SAA) intends to nominate all athletes (except for relays) for the 18th Asian Junior Athletics Championships (AJAC) who have achieved the criteria. A maximum of two athletes from any one Member can compete in each event. The tentative travel dates will be from 5th to 11th June 2018.

    2. Qualifying Period

      The qualifying period lasts from 01.01.2018 until 16.04.2018.

    3. General Eligibility

    To be eligible for selection each athlete must:

      3.1 Be a citizen of the Republic of Singapore; (Note: Permanent residents are not considered as citizens.);

      3.2 Only athletes aged 16, 17, 18 or 19 years on 31 December 2018 (born in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002), may compete in any event.

      3.3 Have met the performance requirements stated below (see table 1) in a competition mentioned under 5.;

      3.4 Be able to commit to a AJAC finalist level training program which includes a structured annual plan and a AJAC finalist level event specific training program with at least ten hours of training every week until AJAC;

      3.5 Have submitted the registration form to be considered for AJAC to SAA by 05. March 2018;

      3.6 Have signed an athletes’ agreement;

      3.7 Be available to fulfil the Team Commitments as listed below and any additional commitments following nomination and selection; as allowed by the permanent geographical training location;

      3.8 Not used or administered any substance which if it had been detected as being present in the athlete’s body tissue or fluids, would have constituted doping, or used any prohibited method or committed any other doping offense as defined in ADS’s, WADA or IAAF’s Anti-Doping By-law.

    4. Competitions for qualifying

      4.1 All achievements submitted for consideration should have taken place at SAA/IAAF sanctioned championships and trials, but athletes may submit the achievements from overseas championships and meets of athletes studying in overseas tertiary institutions. However, these have to be properly accredited and sanctioned to be accepted (written confirmation by SAA upon sending an email to SAA).

      4.2 Achievements from overseas championships have to be properly accredited and sanctioned to be accepted. However, these have to be properly accredited and sanctioned to be accepted (written confirmation by SAA upon sending an email to SAA).

      4.3 For 100m, 200m, 100m / 110m hurdles, long and triple jump events: only performances with legal wind-speed will be accepted.

      4.4 For all track and road racing events: only performances measured by using an electronic timing system will be accepted. Road performances will be accepted for race walk.

    5. Team Commitments

    All athletes must:

      5.1 Comply with the provision of the SAA Athletes Agreement at all times;

      5.2 Conform to SAA requirements regarding team participation. This includes, but may not be limited to, providing the required training plans, attendance at pre-event camp and wearing team uniform as required;

      5.3 Make themselves available for all team activities designated by SAA, as allowed by the geographical training location;

      5.4 Not act in such a manner to bring the athletes, officials or SAA in public disrepute;

      5.5 Athletes are required to appear at events and platforms whereby their images and presence are needed to achieve SAA’s objective

        a. A maximum of 2 appearances for SAA will be required

        b. Appearances will not exceed more than two [2] hours in duration.

    6. Withdrawal

      In the event that a selected athlete decides to withdraw from the competition (unless injured, proved by medical certificate) more than three days after SAA announced the final lists of participants, the athlete has to bear the full costs (air tickets, insurances, accommodation or other costs) that SAA has paid for the trip. No replacement will be made for last minute withdrawal.

    7. Nomination process

      Any eligible athlete achieving the entry standard mentioned in table 1 during the qualifying period will be considered for nomination.

    8. Selection process

    Individual events

      8.1 The first [1st] and second [2nd] ranked athletes in the 2018 season’s ranking (01.01.2018 – 16.04.2018, comprising competitions mentioned at 5.) for all events will then be selected for AJAC nomination.

      8.2 In case there is a tie between two or more athletes, SAA will compare and choose the athlete’s 2nd best performance and so on, achieved in the respective period (comprising competitions mentioned at 5).

      8.3 The nomination panel reserves the right not to nominate an athlete/team to represent Singapore in the AJAC if, in its sole opinion, the athlete/team concerned cannot meet the fitness and performance targets set by SAA.

      8.4 Athlete/s shall be required to be certified medically fit to compete at the SAYC by qualified SSI personnel prior to nomination to the AJAC, and shall remain medically fit to compete to be eligible to compete in the AJAC.

    9. Coaches selection

      9.1 The Technical Director or another staff member of SAA’s sports development and performance team may be the Head Coach / Team Manager for AJAC if there is a need for a Head Coach / Team Manager.

      9.2 The number of team coaches selected will depend on the number of athletes selected and will be determined by the number of accreditations provided by the organiser.

      9.3 The team coaches will be nominated in accordance to the following priority under these restrictions:

      1st priority:
      One [1) coach for each of the event groups (sprints / jumps / pole vault
      / throws / middle & long distances + race walking / multi-events) in which Singaporean athletes are competing at. The coach who is dealing with the highest ranked athlete will be selected first. The coach who is dealing with the next ranked athlete in another event group will then be selected as the 2nd coach (and so on).

    10. Appeal

      10.1 Where there is a conflict or dispute in respect of these Guidelines for the nomination of athletes to represent Singapore in the AJAC, SAA reserves the sole right to interpret this document and to use its discretion in the resolution of the matter in conflict or dispute.

      10.2 The appeal board should not be seen as:

        1. A second pass selection panel, excusing the initial selection panel from undertaking true and diligent procedures
        2. An automatic second chance for selection by the athletes

      10.3 Athletes may only appeal on the grounds that the nomination event was not executed in accordance with its notice of race or the nomination process was not carried out in accordance with this policy document.

      10.4 The Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee made up of three MC members who are not part of the nomination panel to hear the appeal within one week of receipt.

      10.5 Any appeal must accord with the following procedure:

        1. Athletes must state in writing, their intention to appeal a selection decision within seven (7) days of the announcement of the initial nomination decision. Written intentions to appeal must be submitted to:

        Honorary Secretary General Singapore Athletics Association
        3 Stadium Drive, 397630 Singapore

        2. The Honorary Secretary General immediately informs the Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee. The Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee shall convene its first hearing within seven (7) days from receipt of such notice.

        3. The Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee is not bound by the rules of evidence but must observe the principle of procedural fairness.

        4. The Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee will give its decision as soon as practicable after the hearing and will provide their decision to SAA’s MC and the Sports Development and Performance team and the appellant with a statement of the reason for its decision.

    Table 1: SAA Nomination Standard Asian Junior Athletics Championships 2018
    Based on the 6th placing of previous championships.

    Men

    Event

    Women

    10.73

    100m

    11.95

    21.51

    200m

    25.07

    49.63

    400m

    56.74

    01:54.31

    800m

    02:12.16

    04:09.30

    1500m

    04:40.07

     

    3000m

    11.35.53 ^

    15:56.22

    5000m

    20:12.13

    34:12.24

    10000m

     

     

    10:30.47

    3000m Steeplechase 0.914m/0.762m

     

    11:26.68

     

    14.20

    110m/100m Hurdles 0.991m/0.838m

     

    14.86

     

    54.07 ^

    400mH
    0.914m/0.762m

     

    61.77

    41.92 ^

    4x100 Relay

    46.90 ^

    03:14.73

    4x400 Relay

    3:55.08 #

    48:56.63

    10,000m Walk

    01:02:56.34

    2.07

    High Jump

    1.68

    5

    Pole Vault

    3.2

    7.37

    Long Jump

    5.88

    15.46

    Triple Jump

    12.65

     

    17.03

    Shot Put 6kg/4kg

     

    7.86

     

    49.54

    Discus Throw 1.75kg/1kg

     

    41.01

     

    56.54

    Hammer Throw 6kg/4kg

     

    45.58

     

    67.73

    Javelin Throw 800g/600g

     

    49.33

     

    6214

    Decathlon /
    Heptathlon

     

    4564*

    # 4th placing/last placing
    ^ 5th placing/last placing
    * Based on 3rd placing/last placing

Related links:
17th Asian Junior Athletics Championships 2016
16th Asian Junior Athletics Championships 2014
15th Asian Junior Athletics Championships 2012

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Workshop

National Youth Sports Institute (NYSI) would like to invite student-athletes and their parents to the NYSI Sports Education Huddle on 24 February 2018.

This Huddle will allow student-athletes will get a chance to hear from both local and private education institutions about their university sports and student life.

Student-athletes will also get a chance to hear from ex-national athletes from the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) Athlete’s Commission to gain insights into how they succeeded as student-athletes.

NYSI Sports Education Huddle (24 February 2018)
Session
Time
Session
Description
*1
1000 – 1130
Singapore Universities (NTU, NUS, SIM, SIT, SMU, SUTD)
This session will allow student-athletes to gain insights into university student-athlete life, how universities support their student-athletes for training and competition locally and overseas, and sports interest groups.
*2
1130 – 1230
SNOC Athlete’s Commission
Ms. Dipna Lim-Prasad    – Track & Field
Ms. Cassandra Soh         – Netball
Ms. Chelsea Sim              – Taekwondo
Mr. Mark Chay                 – Swimming
This session will allow student-athletes to interact with current/ex-national athletes from various sports, to understand how they balanced sports and studies.
3
1230 – 1300
Presentation by International Sports Academy
 
 
 
 
1300 – 1330
Presentation by Singapore Institute of Management
1330 – 1400
Presentation by Added Sports
1400 – 1430
Presentation by James Cook University
1430 – 1500
Presentation by PSB Academy

*Note: For session 1 & 2, it will be a discussion forum between the student athletes and the presenters regarding sports and university life. For more information regarding entry requirements into the universities, the student-athletes should visit the respective institutions’ websites.

Interested participants are required to sign up for the event via this link (https://tinyurl.com/eduhuddle). Slots are based on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

We are located at:

    NYSI Satellite @ Kallang
    1 Stadium Walk
    Singapore 397688

12th Feb 2018
Posted by Sha

Updated 7 Feb 2018.

Women Hammer Throw shifted to AM session at 1100hrs

Long Jump Boys U18 shifted to day 2 at 1115hrs – as it clashed with Boys U15/U18 Triple Jump on day 1. Apologies for the change.

Women Open 3000mW shifted to day 2 at 5.20pm

Track event – No announcement. Athlete to report to call room 30mins before start of event time. Latecomer will NOT be entertained. Athlete is responsible for their own reporting time. Seek your kind understanding as we are accepting many heats in all events.

Field event – No announcement. Athlete to report to respective arena – HJ & PV – 90mins before start of event time and the rest of field event 45mins before start of event time. Latecomer will NOT be Entertained. Competition format amend to 2 + 2 (no qualifying mark, all measured) except for HJ and PV, even for event less than 8 participants. See attach.

For athlete taking multi event, please inform the Chief TOs’ of the respective event before you move on to the next event.

Related links:
2018 Singapore Athletics Track & Field Series 2 page

Posted by Sha

1-4 Mar – IAAF World Indoor C’ships (Birmingham)
https://www.wicbirmingham2018.com/

24 Mar – 23rd IAAF World Half Marathon Championships (Valencia)
https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/23rd-iaaf-world-half-marathon-championships-2018

4-15 Apr – Commonwealth Games (Queensland)
https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/commonwealth-games-2018

5-6 Apr – 13th SEA Youth Athletics Championships (Thailand)
https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/13th-sea-youth-athletics-championships-2018

10-15 Jul – IAAF World U20 Championships (Finland)
https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/2018-iaaf-world-u20-championships

18 Aug to 2 Sep – 18th Asian Games (Jakarta)
https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/18th-asian-games-2018

6-18 Oct – 3rd Youth Olympic Games (Argentina)
https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/3rd-youth-olympic-games-2018-buenos-aires-argentina

For high-performance athletes, please look in the individual website pages to submit your interest to participate. PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE DEADLINE!

6th Feb 2018
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LINKS: Entry Form

Submit your interest using the above entry form to SAA

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Date: 18. August – 02. September 2018

Venue: Jakarta, Indonesia

Website: www.asiangames2018.id

Tickets: www.blibli.com

Entry Form: Download

Athletics Schedule: Download

SELECTION POLICY

1. General Information

    Singapore Athletics Association (SAA) intends to nominate athletes to Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) in all events athletes have achieved the SNOC criteria plus two percent [2%].

2. SAA Nomination Panel

    2.1 The nomination panel for the Asian Games (AG) will consist of SAA VP training & selection, two further representatives of SAA’s management committee (MC), the Technical Director and a coaches’ representative.

    2.2 The nomination panel will consider athletes to be nominated to SNOC for inclusion in SAA’s team for the AG in accordance with the terms of this selection policy.

    2.3 The final decision in selection to the 2018 AG lies solely with the SNOC.

3. Qualifying Period

    The qualifying period lasts from 15.04.2017 until 17.06.2018.

4. General Eligibility

To be eligible for selection each athlete must:

    1. Be a citizen of the Republic of Singapore; (Note: Permanent residents are not considered as citizens.);

    2. Be part of the longlist submitted to SNOC;

    3. Have met the performance requirements stated below (see table 1) in a competition mentioned under 5.;

    4. Be able to commit to an AG medallist level training program which includes a structured annual plan (emphasizing on AG as the main competition) and a AG medallist level event specific training program with at least ten hours of training every week until AG;

    5. Be able to travel to international competitions in the months following nomination and leading to the AG;

    6. Have submitted the registration form (which will be posted on SAA’s website by mid of December) to be considered for AG to SAA by 15.05.2018;

    7. Have signed an athletes’ agreement;

    Be available to fulfil the Team Commitments as listed below and any additional commitments following nomination and selection; as allowed by the permanent geographical training location;

    9. Not used or administered any substance which if it had been detected as being present in the athlete’s body tissue or fluids, would have constituted doping, or used any prohibited method or committed any other doping offense as defined in ADS’s, WADA or IAAF’s Anti-Doping By-law.

5. Competitions for qualifying

    1. All achievements submitted for consideration should have taken place at SAA/IAAF sanctioned championships and trials, but athletes may submit the achievements from overseas championships and meets of athletes studying in overseas tertiary institutions. However, these have to be properly accredited and sanctioned to be accepted (written confirmation by SAA upon sending an email to SAA).

    2. Achievements from overseas championships have to be properly accredited and sanctioned to be accepted. For marathon / road races: only results from IAAF Gold label races or AIMS certified-standard competitions will be recognized. However, these have to be properly accredited and sanctioned to be accepted (written confirmation by SAA upon sending an email to SAA).

    3. For 100m, 200m, 100m / 110m hurdles, long and triple jump events: only performances with legal wind-speed will be accepted.

    4. For all track and road racing events: only performances measured by using an electronic timing system will be accepted.

6. Team Commitments

All athletes must:

    5. Comply with the provision of the SAA and SNOC Athletes Agreement at all times;

    6. Conform to SAA requirements regarding team participation. This includes, but may not be limited to, providing the required training plans (see 3.1, c), attendance at pre-event camp and wearing team uniform as required;

    7. Make themselves available for all team activities designated by SAA, as allowed by the geographical training location (see 3.1, g);

    8. Not act in such a manner to bring the athletes, officials or SAA in public disrepute;

    9. Athletes are required to appear at events and platforms whereby their images and presence are needed to achieve SAA’s objective

      a. A maximum of 2 appearances for SAA will be required

      b. Appearances will not exceed more than two [2] hours in duration.

7. Nomination process

    Any eligible athlete achieving the entry standard mentioned in table 1 during the qualifying period will be considered for nomination. The entry standard is equal to two percent [2%) off the 6th place ranking of the 2014 Asian Games. SAA has discretion to determine those athletes to be nominated to SNOC selection panel.

Relay events

    7.1 A maximum of one [1] team per event (4x100m, 4x400m, men and women) may be considered for nomination when the team has achieved the entry standard mentioned in table 1.

8. Selection process

Individual events

    8.1 The first [1st] and second [2nd] ranked athletes in the 2018 season’s ranking (01.01.2018 – 15.06.2018, comprising competitions mentioned at 5.) for all events except pole vault, heptathlon, decathlon, marathon and race walking) will then be selected for AG nomination to SNOC.

    8.2 For pole vault, heptathlon, decathlon, marathon and race walking the ranking will be based on the best results achieved within the whole qualifying period (see above, comprising competitions mentioned at 5.). The first [1st] and second [2nd] ranked athletes will then be selected for AG nomination to SNOC.

    8.3 In case there is a tie between two or more athletes, SAA will compare and choose the athlete’s 2nd best performance and so on, achieved in the respective period (comprising competitions mentioned at 5.). For marathon runners and race walkers, shorter distances might be considered in case there is no 2nd best timing in the respective event.

Relay events

    8.4 Nominations for the 4x100m relays (6 athletes for each team) will be done including but not limited to the following parameters:

      100m season best (comprising competitions mentioned at 5.) / testing of speed maintenance ability, run-up accuracy, baton passing and curve-running ability.

      Individual attendance and commitment to relay training will be taken into consideration.

    8.5 Nominations for the 4x400m relay (6 athletes for each team) will be based on the fastest individual 400m timings from 01.01.2018 until 15.06.2018 (comprising competitions mentioned at 5.).

    8.6 The final decision of the composition of the ultimate four [4] relay runners (4x100m and 4x400m) will be made by the Technical Director in consultation with the respective relay coach. This decision will be made prior to event.

Selection for other events:

Athletes who qualify on the above-mentioned base for one event may request to compete in additional events (events in which they have not achieved the qualifying criteria) if there is a position available and in case their best performance during the qualifying period is within 5% to the entry-standard in this event)

    8.7 If a nominated athlete fails to fulfil the requirements stated in clauses 4 & 5, AND/OR because of injury/illness/National Service is unable to represent Singapore at the AG, the nomination panel, at its own discretion, reserves the sole right to replace the nominated athlete with another athlete (including replacing a singular athlete within a team).

    Replacement athletes must also fulfil all the requirements.

    8.8 The nomination panel reserves the right not to nominate an athlete/team to represent Singapore in the AG if, in its sole opinion, the athlete/team concerned cannot meet the fitness and performance targets set by SAA AND/OR cannot meet the performance targets set by SNOC.

    8.9 Athlete/s shall be required to be certified medically fit to compete at the AG by qualified SSI personnel prior to nomination to the SNOC, and shall remain medically fit to compete to be eligible to compete in the AG.

9. Coaches selection

    9.1 The Technical Director may be the Head Coach for AG.

    9.2 Subject to approval of SNOC, the number of additional team coaches selected will depend on the number of athletes selected and will be determined by the number of staff accreditations provided by SNOC.

    9.3 The team coaches will be nominated in accordance to the following priority under these restrictions:

      1st priority: National relay coaches (4x100m men and women)

      2nd priority: One [1) coach for each of the remaining event group (jumps / pole vault / throws / middle & long distances + race walking / multi-events) in which Singaporean athletes are competing at. The coach who is dealing with the highest ranked athlete (in relation to latest IAAF World Championship entry standard in the respective discipline) will be selected first. The coach who is dealing with the next ranked athlete in another event group will then be selected as the 2nd coach (and so on).

    In case there are further accreditations available, additional sprint coaches might be accredited in line with the 2nd priority selection.

10. Appeal

    10.1 Where there is a conflict or dispute in respect of these Guidelines for the nomination of athletes to represent Singapore in the AG, SAA reserves the sole right to interpret this document and to use its discretion in the resolution of the matter in conflict or dispute.

    10.2 The appeal board should not be seen as:

      1. A second pass selection panel, excusing the initial selection panel from undertaking true and diligent procedures

      2. An automatic second chance for selection by the athletes 10.3 Athletes may only appeal on the grounds that the nomination event was not executed in accordance with its notice of race or the nomination process was not carried out in accordance with this policy document.

    10.4 The Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee made up of three MC members who are not part of the nomination panel to hear the appeal within one week of receipt.

    10.5 Any appeal must accord with the following procedure:

    1. Athletes must state in writing, their intention to appeal a selection decision within seven (7) days of the announcement of the initial nomination decision. Written intentions to appeal must be submitted to:

      Secretary General
      Singapore Athletics Association
      3 Stadium Drive, 397630 Singapore

    2. The Secretary General immediately informs the Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee. The Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee shall convene its first hearing within seven (7) days from receipt of such notice.

    3. The Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee is not bound by the rules of evidence but must observe the principle of procedural fairness.

    4. The Athlete Selection Appeals Standing Committee will give its decision as soon as practicable after the hearing and will provide their decision to SAA’s MC and the Sports Development and Performance team and the appellant with a statement of the reason for its decision.

Table 1: SAA Nomination Standard Asian Games 2018
2% off 6th Placing of Asian Games 2014 (unless otherwise stated)

 

Events

 

Men 6th place

Nomination standard (2% off)

 

Women 6th  place

Nomination standard (2% off)

100

10.26

10.47

11.68

11.91

200

21.07

21.49

23.65

24.12

400

46.19

47.11

53.38

54.45

800

1:49.59 ^

01:51.78

2:05.80

02:08.32

1500

3:48.97

03:53.55

4:19.98

04:25.18

5000

13:34.97

13:51.27

15:30.46

15:49.07

10000

29:33.15

30:08.61

32:27.69

33:06.64

Marathon

2:15:51

2:18:34

2:33:46

2:36:30

3000m SC

8:59.64

09:10.43

9:52.26

10:04.11

20KM RW

1:23:45

1:25:26

1:41:50

1:43:52

50KM RW

4:08:05

4:13:03

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110mH/100mH

13.73

14.00

13.73

14.00

400mH

51.47

52.50

59.78

60.98

4x100

39.47

40.26

44.91

45.81

4x400

3:07.71

03:11.46

3:36.83

03:41.17

Hammer Throw

70.36m

68.95m

52.69m

51.64m

Discus Throw

58.31m

57.14m

52.46m

51.41m

Shot Put

18.64m

18.27m

16.65m

16.32m

Javelin Throw

76.49m

74.96m

56.07m

54.95m

Triple Jump

16.29m

15.96m

13.68m

13.41m

High Jump

2.20m

2.16m

1.85m

1.81m

Long Jump

7.56m

7.41m

6.28m

6.15m

Pole Vault

5.25m

5.15m

3.90m

3.82m

Decathlon/ Heptathlon

 

7501

 

7351

 

5053

 

4952

^Based on 4th position of the previous 2014 ASIAN Games

Related links:
17th Asian Games 2014
16th Asian Games 2010

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Results
  • 15.84m (Shotput men) by Wong Kai Yuen at Dr. Martin Luther King Collegiate Invitational (20 Jan 2018)
  • 68:37min (Half marathon men) by Soh Rui Yong at Kagawa Marugame International Half Marathon (4 Feb 2018).
  • 71:52min (Half marathon men) by Jeevaneesh Soundararajah at Kagawa Marugame International Half Marathon (4 Feb 2018).
  • 77:15min (Half marathon men) by Derek Li at Hong Kong Half Marathon Challenge (21 Jan 2018)
  • 3.60m (Pole vault women) by Rachel Yang at Queensland Open Athletics Championships in Brisbane, Australia (4 Feb 2018).
  • 1.80m (High jump women) by Michelle Sng at Western Australia Prog D Track and Field competition in Perth (1 Feb 2018)
  • 12.31s 1.1m/s (100m women) by Nur Izlyn at Western Australia Prog D Track and Field competition in Perth (1 Feb 2018)
  • 12.63s 0.9m/s (100m women) by Ismi Zakiah at Western Australia Prog D Track and Field competition in Perth (1 Feb 2018)
  • 10.80 Khairyll Amri, 10.86 Calvin Kang, 10.92 Ariff Januri 1.5m/s (100m men, same heat) at Western Australia Prog D Track and Field competition in Perth (1 Feb 2018)
  • 14.51s 1.0m/s (110mH men) by Ang Chen Xiang at Western Australia Prog D Track and Field competition in Perth (1 Feb 2018)
  • 49.32s (400m men) by Zubin Muncherji at Michigan Power 5 Invitational (3 Feb 2018)
  • 22.60s (200m men) by Zubin Muncherji at Indiana University Relays (27 Jan 2018)
  • 48.64s (400m men) by Zubin Muncherji at Indiana University Relays (27 Jan 2018)
  • 48.66s (400m men) by Zubin Muncherji at Gladstein Invitational (20 Jan 2018)
  • 1:21.99 (600m men) by Zubin Muncherji at Gladstein Invitational (20 Jan 2018)
  • 48.70s (400m men) by Zubin Muncherji at Kentucky Invitational (13 Jan 2018)
  • 48.50s (400m men) by Zubin Muncherji at Indiana v Tennessee Duals (6 Jan 2018)
  • 5.25m (Long jump women) by Eugenia Tan at Camel City Invitational (2 Feb 2018)
  • 5.48m (Long jump women) by Eugenia Tan at JDL College Dual Meet Madness (28 Jan 2018)
  • 5.58m (Long jump women) by Eugenia Tan at Wake Forest Invitational (20 Jan 2018)
6th Feb 2018
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