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As of 19 March 2019:

Please take note of the route map:

    1. Start point near Carpark B, see red marker on map
    2. Route is reverse of Nat Sch route
    3. Route is downslope at pumphouse then turn left onto gravel

Any updates or errors to the start list, please contact us here.

Related links:
68th Singapore Athletics Cross Country Championship 2019

As of 19 March 2019:

Please take note:

    For SG Open long jump men, there are 32 entries – 2 heats will be conducted on the morning, and final in the afternoon. Format will be 3 jumps for qualifying to the final 12, final will be 3 trials for the 12 and best 8 competitors award another 3 more trials

Changes:

    1. Remove 19 east java athletes from their cancellation

    2. Add Singapore team relays and mixed relays

    3. Add 5 Waseda University athletes in 400m, 400mh and long jump.

Any updates or errors to the start list, please contact us here.

Related links:
81st Singapore Open Track & Field Championships 2019

This webpage is being updated 15-17 March, so bookmark for the latest updates.
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Event Name Age Result m/s Info
Men 100 Meter Hurdles (0.914m) Marc Brian Louis 17 14.34 -0.9 2pos q
Women 100 Meter Dash Hui Xin, Choo 16 12.95 -1.1 5pos
Women 100 Meter Dash Tan, Elizabeth-Ann Shee R 16 12.59 1.4 6pos
Men Pole Vault Heng, Jee Kuan 17 4.00 6pos
Men 100 Meter Hurdles (0.914m) Marc Brian Louis 17 13.74 -0.2 Bronze, New U18 record
Women Pole Vault Choong, Phoebe 17 2.85 6pos
Women Pole Vault Chng, Christy Robyn Su-Ann 16 3.05 5pos
Women Pole Vault Andrew George Medina 17 13.43 -0.2 13pos
Women Shot Put (3kg) Yap, Mei Qi Anna 17 11.53 8pos
Women 400 Meter Hurdles (0.762m) Khoo, Tyeisha Rene Misson 16 1:08.03 4pos q
Women 400 Meter Hurdles (0.762m) Wu, Shu Han 16 1:09.50 4pos q
Men 10000 Meter Race Walk Loh, Brandon 17 58:45.89 9pos
Men 200 Meter Dash Lee Siong En, Reuben Rainer 17 21.94 -2.5 2pos Q
Women Long Jump Yau, Tiffany 17 5.03 0.3 11pos
Men High Jump Pak, Andrew 17 1.90 16pos
Men High Jump Jonathan Pua 17 1.85 17pos
Women 800 Meter Run Ong, Emily 16 2:35.34 7pos
Men 800 Meter Run Brandon Norton 17 1:59.74 5pos
Women 400 Meter Hurdles (0.762m) Khoo, Tyeisha Rene Misson 16 1:07.10 7pos
Women 400 Meter Hurdles (0.762m) Wu, Shu Han 16 1:08.16 8pos
Men 400 Meter Hurdles (0.838m) Marc Brian Louis 17 55.09 Gold
Men 200 Meter Dash Lee Siong En, Reuben Rainer 17 22.07 -1.9 5pos
Women Triple Jump Lee, Shyann Wai Ann 16 11.70 2.2 6pos
Women Triple Jump Tan, Tse Teng 17 11.53 2.6 7pos
Women 400 Meter Hurdles (0.762m) Tan Kylie 16 5:11.90 10pos

You can download the results here, courtesy of organizer.


13 March 2019, Wednesday

Bon voyage, here we go to Hong Kong!


14 March 2019, Thursday

Training day.

Bon voyage part 2.


15 March 2019, Friday

Day 1 of competition.

Marc Brian Louis, Lane 1 – Advanced to final, 14.34s -0.9m/s 2pos in quals, 110mH boys 0.914m

 

Choo Hui Xin Lane 2 – 12.95s -1.1m/s 5pos, 100m girls

 

Elizabeth Ann-Tan Lane 1 – 12.59 1.4m/s 6pos, 100m girls

 

Heng Jee Kuan – 4.00m, 6pos, boys pole vault

 

Marc Brian Louis, Lane 7 – 13.74s -0.2m/s, 110mH boys 0.914m, Bronze medal & new U18 boys record pending ratification

 

Choong, Shu Tyng Phoebe – 2.85m 6pos, girls pole vault

 

Chng, Christy Robyn, Su-Ann – 3.05m 5pos, girls pole vault

 

Andrew George Medina – 13.43m -0.2m/s, 13pos, boys triple jump

 


16 March 2019, Saturday

Day 2 of competition.

Yap Anna Mei Qi – 11.53m 8pos, Girls shotput 3kg

 

Khoo Tyeisha Rene Mission, Lane 3 – 1:08.03, 4pos, q, 400mH 0.762m girls

 

Wu Shu Han, Lane 3 – 1:09.50, 4pos, q, 400mH 0.762m girls

 

Brandon Loh Zhi Xian – 58:45.89 9pos, 10000m racewalk boys

 

Siong En, Reuben Lee Rainer, Lane 7 – 21.94 -2.5m/s 2pos Q, 200m boys heat

 

Yau Jia Hui Tiffany – 5.03m 0.3m/s 11pos, girls long jump (This is her 4.95m vid attempt, however)

 

Pak Tung Hon Andrew – 1.90m 16pos, boys high jump

 

Pua Wei Kai Jonathan – 1.85m 17pos, boys high jump

 

Ong Emily Lee Ping – 2:35.34 800m girls, heat 2

 


17 March 2019, Sunday

Day 3 of competition (Final day).

Brandon Norton – 1:59.74 5pos, 800m boys

 

Khoo Tyeisha Rene Mission, Lane 1 – 1:07.10, 7pos, 400mH 0.762m girls

 

Wu Shu Han, Lane 2 – 1:08.16, 8pos, 400mH 0.762m girls

 

Marc Brian Louis – 55.09s, Gold medal, 400mH boys 0.840m

 

Siong En, Reuben Lee Rainer, Lane 6 – 22.07 -1.9m/s 5pos, 200m boys final

 

Lee Ann Shyann Wai – 11.70m 2.2m/s 6pos PB. Girls triple jump

 

Tan Tse Teng – 11.53m 2.6m/s 7pos. Girls triple jump

 

Tan Kylie – 5:11.90 10pos, girls 1500m

 


Related link:
3rd Asian Youth Athletics Championships 2019 page

Posted by Sha

Courtesy of the organizer:

Singapore athlete results:

    Event Name Age Team Result m/s
    Women 100 Meter Dash Chin, Hui Ya Rachel 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 13.36 -0.6 Q heat 3, 1pos
    Women 100 Meter Dash Oh, Shuqin Raine 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 12.98 0.3 q heat 4, 2pos
    Men 100 Meter Dash Zahari, Nur Syarin Bin 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 11.22 -0.7 Q heat 4, 1pos
    Women 100 Meter Dash Oh, Shuqin Raine 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 12.90 0.4 Final, 4pos
    Women 100 Meter Dash Chin, Hui Ya Rachel 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 13.40 0.4 Final, 8pos
    Men 100 Meter Dash Zahari, Nur Syarin Bin 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 11.01 0.5 Final, Silver
    Women 100 Meter Dash Chandran, Kugapriya 21 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 12.30 0.4 Final, 4pos
    Men Long Jump Ismail, Muhd Hazim B 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 6.59 0.2 Final, Silver
    Men Long Jump Loo Wei Ming, Raeshon 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 6.05 -0.3 Final, 10pos
    Men 110 Meter Hurdles (1.067m) Loo Wei Ming, Raeshon 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 18.44 -0.8 Heat, 4pos
    Women 100 Meter Hurdles (0.838m) Chin, Hui Ya Rachel 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 16.51 -0.2 Q heat 2, 2pos
    Women 400 Meter Dash Oh, Shuyu Zann 16 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 1:03.15 Heat 1, 4pos
    Men 400 Meter Dash Mohamed Yazli, Mohamed Haziq Bin 17 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 52.26 Q heat 4, 1pos
    Men 400 Meter Dash Md Daud, Mohammad Irfan Qabee 20 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 50.66 Heat 1, 4pos
    Women 100 Meter Hurdles (0.838m) Chin, Hui Ya Rachel 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 16.12 -0.3 Final, Silver
    Men 400 Meter Dash Mohamed Yazli, Mohamed Haziq Bin 17 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 51.85 Final, 4pos
    Men Triple Jump Azhar, Arfan Bin 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 13.34 0.2 Final,5pos
    Men 200 Meter Dash Zahari, Nur Syarin Bin 18 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 22.52 -1.8 Final, Silver
    Women 200 Meter Dash Chandran, Kugapriya 21 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 25.01 -0.2 Final, 4pos
    Men 200 Meter Dash Md Daud, Mohammad Irfan Qabee 20 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 22.59 -0.5 Final, Silver
    Men 200 Meter Dash Tan Yann Guang, Marcell 20 SINGAPORE SPORTS SCHOOL 22.88 -0.5 Final, Bronze

Related link:
SAA page on 2019 Philippines Athletics Championships

Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Career

Interested Individual are to email their CVs to

An applicant may also apply online via mycareersfuture.sg.

CLOSING DATE IS 25 MARCH 2019.

JOB TITLE: GENERAL MANAGER (GM)

REPORTS TO: PRESIDENT & HONORARY SECRETARY


POSITION SUMMARY

    Reporting to the President & Honorary Secretary, the GM will be responsible to devise strategies to diversify revenue streams, and promote the sports agency to attract sponsors and take on a proactive role to raise and develop the organisation’s profile and prominence within the sports industry. The incumbent will also be one of the key liaison person for International collaborations for the sport and be responsible for the management of the organisation’s financials, and day to day running of the operation, encompassing, sports personnel, human resources etc.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

    Qualifications: University Degree preferably in Business Administration, Physical Education, Sports Management or any other sports-related fields.

    Experience: Successful track record in Business Management Development, Marketing and Sponsorship, with a financial background. Experience in policy making and human resource management is an advantage.

    Skills & Knowledge: Excellent communication skills (both written and spoken), high level of negotiation skills.

    Personal Qualities: A dynamic and mature person with a strong passion for sports. Outgoing, team player, outstanding team leadership abilities and an inspirational work style.


KEY ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

A. Sport Singapore (Sport SG)

    Provide a direct link between the agency, the Sport SG and other NSAs.

    Prepare the Multi Year Sports Plan in accordance with the requirements of the Sport SG, as and where it is required.

    Ensure that all operations and procedures conform to the prevailing regulations, policies and guidelines issued by the Sport SG from time to time.

    Work with the MC to establish sound governance and accountabilities systems and processes.

    To indicate desired outcomes for the position during the period of contract. (i.e. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to be quantified and to specify the time frame for achieving the targets accordingly). This is to be done six months after the commencement of employment.

    To help the association in achieving agreed upon KPIs by the NSA and Sport SG

    To submit quarterly reports to Sport SG and the agency on progress made in the specified areas of responsibilities.

    Responsible for the timely submission of reports and quality business information to Sport SG.

B. Business Development / Sponsorship Development

    Devise strategies to diversify revenue streams.

    Devise strategies to attract more sponsors.

C. Public Relations

    Oversee the preparation of all press releases and ensure that the releases are sent out at appropriate times for all activities.

    Proof and edit all official documents and written communication to ensure that they fulfil both the needs of SAA and Sponsors.

    Oversee the production and distribution of the Newsletter and ensure that a pre-production draft is sent to the Editorial Committee for comment and necessary changes.

    Coordinate the production and distribution of the Annual Calendar of Events.

    Ensure that the website is regularly updated and monitored.

    To liaise with Key Stakeholders.

D. Sports Development

    To work closely with the sub-committees Chairpersons to develop the sport.

E. International Affairs

    To monitor and enforce all related sport requirements and as a key liaison to establish links and collaboration with other countries to further the sport.

    To collaborate and maintain good relationship with the International Federation & Asian Federation to develop the sport locally and regionally.

F. Staff

    To ensure the entire office operation is smooth and efficient

    To manage all staffing issue (eg, resolve conflict amongst colleagues, provide counselling to staff, motivate staff and encourage teamwork amongst secretariat staff)

    Recommend, review and develop sports management and administration programmes and support schemes as well as policies to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of management practices and capabilities.

    Provide direction and oversee the work of all staff and ensure optimal staffing requirements.

    Motivate and manage a highly skilled and multi-disciplinary team.

    Plan, appraise and monitor staff development.

    Set up and monitor the effectiveness of communication channels to ensure that the Management Committee (MC), sub-committees, staff and members are kept informed of activities.

G. Code of Ethics

    To act in the best interest of SAA at all times and avoid any interest, activity or relationship that conflicts with the interests of SAA.

    To ensure proper governance and stewardship over the properties, assets and monies of SAA.

H. Finance

    Oversee the overall budget for SAA in collaboration with the Finance Personnel, Office Manager and Honorary Treasurer.

    Ensure that individual budgets for each programme are submitted and coordinated.

    Oversee the production of marketing documents for SAA and gain sponsorship for all programmes.

    Monitor and approve all finances throughout the year by requesting detailed budgets from the Committee Chairpersons before activities are carried out and ensure that a detailed list of all expenditure accompanied by receipts is submitted.

I. Management Committee

    Provide support for all MC activities.

    Attend MC meetings to keep the committee informed of Secretariat plans.

    Ensure MC members receive relevant documents.

    Keep MC members regularly informed of SAA activities.

    Prepare the Annual Report for presentation at the Annual General Meeting.

J. Building and Maintenance

    Oversee the maintenance of all assets.

    Plan for the upgrading of equipment and buildings.

Interested Individual are to email their CVs to

11th Mar 2019
Posted by Sha

Countdown to this event


Updates


Info

    Date: 17 July 2019 to 19 July 2019

    Venue: TBC

    Organizer: Ho Chi Minh City Athletics Federation (HCAF)

    Schedule: TBC

    Team Singapore submit your interest: Submit the form to by 13 May

    Events contested: * Subject to changes

    Men (20 events) Women (19 events)
    100m
    200m
    400m
    800m
    1500m
    5000m
    10000m
    3000mSC
    110mH
    400mH
    4x100m
    4x200m
    4x400m
    4x800m
    Long Jump
    Triple Jump
    High Jump
    Shot Put
    Javelin
    Discus
    100m
    200m
    400m
    800m
    1500m
    5000m
    10000m
    100mH
    400mH
    4x100m
    4x200m
    4x400m
    4x800m
    Long Jump
    High Jump
    Triple Jump
    Shot Put
    Javelin
    Discus

Team Singapore

Last updated March 7, 2019 at 9:12 pm

    Qualification period: 1st January to 29 March 2019

    Selection criteria and SA support as follows:

    Tier 1

    Athletes who have met or surpassed SEA 2019 nomination criteria (3rd-placed performance for SEAG 2017) 
    - SAA will pay for flight & accommodation costs

    Tier 2

    Athletes who are within 2% of SEA 2019 nomination criteria (3rd-placed performance for SEAG 2017)
    - SAA will pay for flight & accommodation costs

    Tier 3

    Athletes who are within 5% of SEA 2019 nomination criteria (3rd-placed performance for SEAG 2017) 
    - SAA will pay for flight but athlete to pay for accommodation cost

    Overview of Competitions & Selection Criteria 2019: View

Any enquiries please contact

Related links:
2018 edition
2015 edition
2013 edition
2012 edition

8th Mar 2019

TODAY 8 March Friday on 2359H is the final day to submit Singapore Open entry form.

Please take note. Late entries will not be entertained.

Details at https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/81st-singapore-open-track-field-championships-2019

8th Mar 2019
Posted by Sha

Home of Athletics (HOA) at Kallang Sports Centre will be closed section by section for spot repairs, for 2-weeks from 22nd April 2019 to 3rd May. Please do not use the section when it’s closed off. Thank you for your kind understanding.

Related links:
Home of Athletics (HOA) page

7th Mar 2019
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