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New men javelin (800g) National record

A new men javelin (800g) National record was achieved earlier today during SA Performance Trial 1 at Home of Athletics.

Phoa Zairen, Justyn, 21 years old representing NTU, threw 61.07m.

His effort eclipsed the old mark of 59.22m previously held by Ng Bock Huat, which was achieved 30-Aug-1988 in Singapore, 32 years ago.

Justyn is coached by Akid Chong

More details of competition: https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/2020-sa-performance-trial-1

RECORD IS PENDING RATIFICATION BY SA

Video credit: Raeshon Lee

Posted by Singapore Athletics on Sunday, November 29, 2020

 


 

New men javelin (800g) Under-20 record

There was another record that was also achieved earlier. It was the men javelin (800g) Under-20 record.

Roy Ng, 17 years old representing Flash Athletics Club threw 57.19m during SA Performance Trial 1 at Home of Athletics.

The effort improved the old mark of 56.44m by Wang Tingjia (Achieved 14-Jan-2018 in Singapore at SA T&F Series 1).

He is coached by Chen Jinlong.

More details of competition: https://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/2020-sa-performance-trial-1

RECORD IS PENDING RATIFICATION BY SA

Video credit: Chen Jinlong

Posted by Singapore Athletics on Sunday, November 29, 2020

30th Nov 2020
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1. Athlete Life Survey

The aim of this survey (probably take one minute to complete) is to connect with those who may need financial support.

During these unprecedented times as the COVID-19 has invaded every aspect of our lives, the NYSI Athlete Life Team understands the impact it has on your sports and livelihood and we want to lend our support to yield comfort amid so much uncertainty.

We have created a short questionnaire for the youth carded athletes to fill up if you require any assistance because of the COVID-19 situation, and we will make every effort to review it and assess the best possible way that we can help. They can access the form with the link below:

https://form.gov.sg/5fa8f8a033d24b0011a2aeda

 


 

2. Studying at NYP webinar for student athletes on 9 December 2020 (Wed), 4 – 5pm

NYI have invited Lionel Teo, Head of Sports and Wellness Studies, School of Business Management at Nanyang Polytechnic. Along with national athletes who have graduated from NYP, Lionel will be sharing the following:

    1. Structure of the Diploma in Sports and Wellness Management course

    2. Minimum entry requirements and admission considerations

    3. Support from the school for student-athletes

There will also be a Q&A segment for interested student-athletes to hear from the speakers.

We would like to invite your youth athletes looking for their post-secondary pathway options to join us in this webinar. As there are limited slots available, please note that priority will be given to youth-carded athletes.

For more information, please refer to the infographic attached. Interested athletes can sign up here: www.tinyurl.com/studyingatnyp

 


 

3. Youth Sport Parent Webinar on Friday, 11 Dec, 7 – 8.30pm

NYSI have invited Vera Lye, mother to Ethan Lye (3 ITF junior singles title), to share her experience of managing her relationships with her child and the coach. We also will have Frank Singam, a senior counsellor at the Brahm Centre, to share his insights on parenting styles and behaviour.

    Topic: Managing Relationships, Parenting Styles and Behaviour

    Date: 11 December 2020 Time: 7 – 8.30pm (GMT +8, Singapore standard time)

For more information, please refer to the infographic attached. Interested parents can sign up here: www.tinyurl.com/parents11Dec, or by scanning the QR code in the infographic. We appreciate your assistance in this and for being patient as we review the athletes’ submission before we get back to them with the relevant support.

27th Nov 2020
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Downloads:

Note 1: Home of Athletics will be closed for competition mode. No training is to be done at Home of Athletics when 2020 SA Performance Trial 1 is being conducted (View the schedule). Kindly vacate HOA an hour before the event starts.

Note 2: If there is wet or bad weather during the respective scheduling group (See the schedule), the event(s) will be cancelled. It will not be postponed to another date.

 


Changes as of 26-Nov-2020:

  1. 100m women open lane/heat change from updated seeding

Changes as of 25-Nov-2020:

  1. 100m women u20 combine to 100m women open
  2. Long jump men open move to the evening session on day 3

Changes as of 23-Nov-2020:

  1. 400m Hurdles (0.914m) Men Open/U20 moved to 1740hrs
  2. 400m Hurdles (0.762m) Women Open/U20/U18 moved 1750hrs

Related link:
2020 SA Performance Trial 1 page

25th Nov 2020

SNOC Athletes Commission is organising a 3 part webinar series this December. The sessions will cover

    1) How to market yourself on social media,

    2) Learn, Protect, and Grow- the Basics of Financial Literacy, and

    3) How to Build your Public Persona in the Media

Each session is lead by experts in each field. More details about each session in the images below. These sessions are open to all athletes.

Register at: https://forms.gle/SSMbAX87TC6Cksow7

Posted by Sha


This performance trial is by invitation only for Top-8 ranked selected events. Please download the entry form, and submit below.

The objective and purpose of this performance trial are as follows:

  1. To provide Tiered & Top-8 ranked athletes with competition opportunities to establish performance data points
  2. Qualification trials for the Asian Youth Games 2021
  3. Qualification trials for the World Athletics U20 Championship 2021
  4. Qualification trials for the 31st South East Asian Games 2021
  5. Participation is by invitation only, to ensure compliance with Circuit Breaker Phase 2 directives

 

KINDLY READ THE SAFETY & CONTROLS S.O.P FOR THIS EVENT

 


 

Countdown to this event

 


DOWNLOAD entry form | SUBMIT entry form

Registration closes Monday, 16 Nov 2020, 2359H


 

Updates


 

Info

    Date: Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 27, 28 & 29 Nov 2020

    Venue: Home of Athletics

    Results: Download

    Startlist: Download

    Schedule: Download

    Entry Form: Download

    Trial Entry Standard: Download

    Online results: View

    Eligibility: By invite only

    Category:

    • U18: 16 and 17 years old as of 31 Dec 2020
    • U20 18 and 19 years old as of 31 Dec 2020
    • Open: 20 and above years old as of 31 Dec 2020

    Entry Fees:

    • S$12.00: (Affiliates & MOE School)
    • S$15.00 (Associate Affiliates)
    • Payment mode: Kindly read the conditions document for the payment options

 


 

Submit your registration here

Download entry form, fill it up with your details and submit submit online below.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

23rd Nov 2020
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SA – Team Nila Workshop was held at Home of Athletics 21st November 2020 for an Introductory to Athletics Officiating. Join SA Officiating family at http://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/contact. You can also join Team Nila at http://www.teamnila.sg

21st Nov 2020
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Team Singapore

Qualification Period

    Marathon and 50km Race Walk: From 1 January 2019 to 5 April 2020 and from 1 December 2020 to 31 May 2021.

    10,000m, 20km Race Walk and Combined Events: From 1 January 2019 to 5 April 2020 and from 1 December 2020 to 29 June 2021.

    All other events: From 1 May 2019 to 5 April 2020 and from 1 December 2020 to 29 June 2021.

    In the event that no athletes qualify, SA will follow the rules set by IOC and World Athletics for UNIVERSALITY PLACES (UNQUALIFIED ATHLETES).

      A. NOCs with no male or female qualified athlete or relay team will be allowed to enter their best-ranked male athlete or their best-ranked female athlete in one athletic event, with the exception of the Combined Events, 10,000m and 3000m Steeplechase.

       

      B. This applies equally to unqualified female entries from a NOC with qualified males, and vice versa.

       

      C. Acceptance of unqualified entries in Field Events and Road Events will be at the discretion of the World Athletics Technical Delegates, based on the technical standard of the athlete and the numbers of qualified athletes in the respective event. In order to allow the World Athletics Technical Delegates to assess the technical level of such athletes, a specific application form indicating the event in which the entry is requested and the proof of the technical level and international participation of the nominated athlete must be submitted to World Athletics. World Athletics shall subsequently confirm, in writing to NOCs, with a copy to the Tokyo 2020 Sport Entries Department, the approval or otherwise of the entry of the specified athlete(s).

       

      D. The application forms of all unqualified athletes must be submitted by NOCs to World Athletics no later than 21 June 2021. For Marathon and 50km Race Walk the application form for unqualified athletes must be submitted by NOCs to World Athletics no later than 23 May 2021.

    Athletes’ performances under the qualification period will be ranked using percentile under WA’s scoring table.

     

    For example:

      100m Women 11.15s Qualification time
      [(Qualification time - Season best) / Qualification time] x 100%
      [(1167 - 1077) / 1167] x 100%
      = 7.71% off qualification time.

      High Jump Men 2.33m Qualification height
      [(Qualification distance/height - Distance/height measured) / Qualification distance/height] x 100%
      [(1206 - 1045) / 1206] x 100%
      = 13.34% off qualification distance/height.

 

Events and corresponding points

Men

Event

Women

Points

Result

Result

Points

1189

10.05

100m

11.15

1167

1182

20.24

200m

22.80

1155

1187

44.90

400m

51.35

1152

1167

1:45.20

800m

1:59.50

1171

1175

3:35.00

1500m

4:04.20

1172

1161

13:13.50

5000m

15:10.00

1144

1182

27:28.00

10,000m

31:25.00

1170

1193

13.32

110m Hurdles / 100m Hurdles

12.84

1171

1185

48.90

400m Hurdles

55.40

1160

1158

8:22.00

3000m Steeplechase

9:30.00

1169

1206

2.33

High Jump

1.96

1180

1212

5.80

Pole Vault

4.70

1177

1186

8.22

Long Jump

6.82

1178

1179

17.14

Triple Jump

14.32

1150

1187

21.10

Shot Put

18.50

1114

1171

66.00

Discus Throw

63.50

1136

1155

77.50

Hammer Throw

72.50

1134

1172

85.00

Javelin Throw

64.00

1152

1180

8350

Decathlon / Heptathlon

6420

1158

1169

1:21:00

20km Race Walk

1:31:00

1120

1163

3:50:00

50km Race Walk

1135

2:11:30

Marathon

2:29:30

1138

 

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Contact us if you would like to join our SA Officiating family.

13th Nov 2020
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Please join us for an info session via Zoom video conference on Friday, 13 November at 1930hrs. This invite is sent to all current, past and prospective technical officials. Feel free to forward it to whoever might be interested. Contact us here for further details.

10th Nov 2020
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