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The application for this job position has closed. It was posted online on 10-Nov-2020 and closed on 23-Nov-2020, it was advertised for 13-days.

10th Nov 2020
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The application for this job position has closed. It was posted online on 10-Nov-2020 and closed on 23-Nov-2020, it was advertised for 13-days.

10th Nov 2020
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SINGAPORE (November 6 2020) – Singapore Athletics (SA) made a police report today after an online dialogue it had with stakeholders on Thursday (Nov 5) was interrupted by unknown person/s drawing lewd graffiti.

The unauthorised interruption caused a five-minute disruption to the session hosted by new SA president Lien Choong Luen and his management team. The dialogue, held for athletes, coaches, and parents of athletes, was held to introduce SA’s new management team and secretariat staff to key stakeholders, update SA’s selection criteria for key meets, and also share some highlights of the new team’s plans for the sport in the coming years.

Said SA president Lien: “We take this disruption seriously as it affected a session involving our athletics community. A big part of our mission is to be more inclusive and consultative, including sessions such as this. We hope to have more of such dialogues in the future in an open fashion, hence we have to send a strong message that such disruptive actions will not be taken lightly. We are also conducting our own internal investigations to identify the culprit/s. We will be handing over any information we gather to the authorities.

“We sincerely apologise to all attendees for the disruption, particularly given its offensive nature. In future, be assured we will exercise the utmost control over our online meetings.”

Mr Lien’s team took over leadership of SA following the recent SA elections in September 2020.

6th Nov 2020
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

 


 

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DOWNLOAD entry form | SUBMIT entry form

Registration closes Monday, 30 Nov 2020, 2359H


 

Updates


 

Info

    Date: Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 11, 12 & 13 Dec 2020

    Venue: Home of Athletics

    Results: Download

    Photos: View

    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


Registation is closed as of 30-Nov2020, 2359H.

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Download the calendar (PDF)

 


4 Nov 2020 update from AAA

  • Asian Cross Country cancelled.

 


20 Oct 2020 update from AAA

  • 18th Asian Marathon will be held on 18th July in Pattaya, Thailand instead of January 24.
  • 4th Asian Youth Athletics Championships will be held from 1-4 March instead of 11-14 March.

 


8 Sep 2020 update from AAA

  • “Please see the updated Asian Calendar for 2021. For your information, please note that the Mokpo Throwing Championships will now be Asian Throwing Championships.”

4th Nov 2020
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Published by World Athletics, Edition 217 | October 2020

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    Competition Date: 21 November 2021 to 2 December 2021

    Date for Athletics only: 23-27 November 2021

    Qualifying Period: 21 August 2020 to 13 August 2021

    Venue: My Dinh National Stadium, Hanoi, Vietnam

    Organizer: Southeast Asian Games Federation Council

    Official website: TBA

    SNOC 2021 SEA Games website: www.singaporeolympics.com/sea-games

    Selection Committee:

    • Mr Gary Yeo VP (Training & Selection)
    • Mr Poh Seng Song (Athletes Commission Rep)
    • Ms Jenny Lim (Singapore Sports School)
    • Mr Ghana Segaran (SIA Sports Club)
    • Mr Sng Yam Kwee (Victoria School)
    • Mr Vincent Quek (Raffles Institution)
    • Mr Tho Yow Kin

Team Singapore


1. General Information

    Singapore Athletics (SA) intends to nominate and recommend athletes to the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) for selection for the 31st Southeast Asia Games 2021.

 

2. SNOC’s selection criteria

    3rd placing of 2019 SEA Games as per SNOC’s Selection Criteria for 31st SEA Games.

 

3. Qualifying Period

    The qualifying period will be from 21 August 2020 –13 August 2021.
    (Sanctioned meets & results established under legal wind speed condition)

 

4. Individual events

    A maximum of two athletes for each individual event

 

5. Team events

    One team for each relay event. Six athletes (including 2 substitutes) may be entered for each relay

 

6. Eligibility for nomination

    • Athlete must be a Singapore Citizen at the time of nomination.

    • Meeting the qualifying mark does not guarantee selection for SEA Games 2021. Final decision on selection will be made by SNOC, as the body that sets the qualification criteria and makes the final selection of athletes for the Games.

 

7. Final list of selected athletes

    It will be decided on 31 August 2021 (subject to Organising Committee timeline).

 

8. Relay Selection (4x100m and 4x400m)

    For the selection of the final 6 runners, SA may organise races for the athletes in the relay training squad to run together under the same race conditions. The Relay Coach will recommend to SA the final 6 athletes for SA’s nomination and the decision to select for the final 4 to race will be decided by the relay coach.

    Athletes selected in final team for SEA Games 2021, will be required to (Unless with valid & approved reasons for absence):

      i. Attend all Team Trainings, Briefings and Camps

      ii. Compete at any identified competitions for fitness and performance monitoring

    SA reserves the right to drop any athlete if the athlete is deemed unfit/injured to perform at a competitive level.

 

9. SEAG Nomination Update:

    Athletes or teams who have not met the 3rd placing mark within the qualifying window but fall within 2%* off the mark will be considered for nomination. In events where there are no athletes who meet this criterion, we have included in our nomination those with notable performances in their respective events (e.g. close to the 2% mark or best ranked in their respective events).

    We will consider athletes’ performance during the qualification window for the nomination.

    *2% calculation will be done under SNOC’s percentile calculation. Table as attached below.

 

10. Appeals:

    Any form of appeals must be submitted within seven (7) calendar days of the date of announcement of the selection, to the Honorary Secretary. The appeal process shall follow Rule 15 of SA’s constitution and the results will be recommended to SA’s MC for approval.

Table 1: SA Nomination Standard SEA Games 2021

2% off 3rd Placing of SEA Games 2019 (unless otherwise stated)

Men

Event

Women

Nomination standard
(2% off)

2019
3rd Placing

2019
3rd Placing

 

Nomination standard
(2% off)

10.73

10.52

100m

11.66

11.89

21.53

21.11

200m

23.77

24.25

47.92

46.98

400m

53.95

55.03

14.27

13.99

110mH (1.067m for men)
100mH (0.838m for women)

13.92

14.20

52.63

51.60

400mH (0.914m for men & 0.762m for women)

59.08

1:00.26

1:52.89

1:50.68

800m

2:09.61

2:12.20

4:13.98

4:08.90

1500m

4:23.47

4:28.73

14:52.22

14:34.73

5000m

17:52.17

18:13.61

31:06.32

30:29.73

10000m

36:42.28

37:26.32

9:21.02

9:10.02

3000m Steeplechase

11:05.93

11:19.24

2:36:11

2:33:08

Marathon

3:02:52

3:06:31

40.84

40.04

4x100m

45.17

46.07

43.25

42.40

4x100m mixed *

42.40

43.25

3:12.40

3:08.63

4x400m

3:43.41

3:47.87

3:31.08

3:26.95

4x400m mixed *

3:26.95

3:31.08

1:35:17

1:33:25

20 km walk *

 

 

 

10 km walk *

53:38.71

54:43.08

7.73

7.89

Long Jump

6.16

6.04

2.11

2.15

High Jump

1.78

1.74

15.89

16.21

Triple Jump

13.55

13.28

4.90

5.00

Pole Vault

4.00

3.92

16.07

16.40

Shot Put (7.26kg for men & 4kg for women)

13.36

13.09

50.26

51.29

Discus (2kg for men & 1kg for women)

45.28

44.37

69.46

70.88

Javelin (800g for men & 600g for women)

51.80

50.76

57.70

58.88

Hammer Throw (7.26kg for women & 4kg for women)

55.64

54.53

6634

6769

Decathlon (Men) / Heptathlon (Women)

4730

4635

* Events scheduled during SEAG 2019 may not be featured at the SEAG 2021, as it will be at the discretion of the host country.

Related links:
2019 SEA Games
2017 SEA Games
2015 SEA Games
2013 SEA Games
2011 SEA Games

Posted by Sha

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published the List of Prohibited Substances and Methods for 2021 that will come into effect on 1 January 2021. The 2021 Prohibited List is redesigned to improve navigation and usability. The key updates to the 2021 Prohibited List are listed below:

A copy of the 2021 Prohibited List and the Summary of Major Modifications with Explanatory Notes are attached for your reference.

The mobile-friendly digital edition will also be updated by WADA and available from 1 January 2021.

We would like to remind all athletes to check the status of their medication prescribed by doctors or bought over-the-counter at pharmacies in Singapore via Anti-Doping Singapore’s (ADS) online database “CheckDrugs”, which is accessible from the ADS website at www.ads.gov.sg. Athletes based in or travelling to Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and Switzerland for training or competitions can check the Global Drug Reference Online database www.globaldro.com for medication purchased in these countries.

All carded athletes who need to be prescribed medication or methods of treatment that are prohibited should apply for a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) to ADS before using it.

Based on the principle of strict liability, athletes are fully responsible for what they ingest. Supplements that are available for purchase may contain ingredients with harmful side effects, or prohibited substances (and at times not indicated in the ingredients list) which is listed on the WADA Prohibited List. Hence, due caution should be exercised when taking supplements, especially herbal ones.

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