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We’ve added the below to SA rankings http://rankings.singaporeathletics.org.sg/:

  • 29 Mar – 2nd All Comers results

Revert back to us at http://www.singaporeathletics.org.sg/contact for any errors.

29th Mar 2021
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READ THE SAFETY & CONTROLS S.O.P FOR THIS EVENT

* Subject to change with the latest advisory from SportSG

 


 

Countdown to this event

 


Contact us | Submit your registration

Registration closes Monday, 15 March 2021, 2359H


 

Updates

  • 28 Mar 2021 - Day 3 results uploaded.
  • 27 Mar 2021 - Day 2 results uploaded.
  • 26 Mar 2021 - Day 1 results uploaded.
  • 24 Mar 2021 - Apply for Rooftop Lawn Access at HOA.
  • 23 Mar 2021 - Start list and updated schedule uploaded.
      Changes are:

    1. Day 2 1500m and 5000m timing adjustment.
    2. 3000m Racewalk B Boys cancelled, less than 3pax
    3. 3000m Racewalk A Girls cancelled, less than 3pax
    4. 3000m Steeplechase (0.914m) Men Open cancelled, less than 3pax
    5. 3000m Steeplechase (0.762m) Women Open cancelled, less than 3pax
    6. 2000m Steeplechase (0.762m) A Girls cancelled, less than 3pax
    7. Shot Put (6kg) Men U20 cancelled, less than 3pax
    8. 110m Hurdles (1.067m) Men Open cancelled, less than 3pax
    9. 110m Hurdles (0.991m) Men A Div cancelled, less than 3pax
    10. 100m Hurdles (0.838m) Women Open/A Div cancelled, less than 3pax
    11. Hammer Throw (5kg) Men B Div cancelled, less than 3pax
    12. Discus (1.75kg) Men U20 cancelled, less than 3pax
  • 8 Mar 2021 - Cut-off time updated.
  • 5 Mar 2021 - Page posted.

 

Info

    Date: 26-28 March 2021 (Fri, Sat & Sun)

    Venue: Home of Athletics

    Registration: Submit here

    Apply for Rooftop Lawn Access at HOA: Apply here

    Results: Online / PDF

    ZIP file of below PDFs: Download

    1. Results
    2. Start List
    3. Conditions
    4. Schedule
    5. Competition Format
    6. HOA Field of Play (FOP)
    7. Safety Management Measures for HOA/Rooftop Lawn
    8. Entry Form (XLS)

    Medias:

    Category:

    • B Div: 15, 16, & 17 years old as of 31 Dec 2021
    • A Div: 17, 18, 19 & 20 years old as of 31 Dec 2021
    • Open Div: 15, 16, & 17, 18, 19 & 20 years old as of 31 Dec 2021
    • U18: 16 and 17 years old as of 31 Dec 2021
    • U20: 18 and 19 years old as of 31 Dec 2021
    • Open: 15 and above years old as of 31 Dec 2021

    Entry Fees:

    • S$12.00: Affiliates & MOE School
    • S$15.00 Associate Affiliates
    • Payment mode: SA will forward the invoice to the respective clubs and institution at the end of the competition, for the representative to make the payment. Athletes/coaches are not to submit any payment on their own to SA.

    Participation criteria:

    • Participation in this meet are at the decision of parents and/or individuals
    • All athletes are required to sign up for representation by a club to participate should the school not be participating. Student athletes may still represent their school at future all-comer meets.

    Please note:

    • No socialization, handshake, fist bump, hugging and patting of body before and after activities
    • Event with less than three (3) entries received at the closing date will be cancelled
    • The athlete must indicate his/her season & personal best performance in the entry form
    • No spectators are allowed at the event/venue (HOA)
    • Field coaches are not allowed to access the venue, except pole vault coaches. Track coaches and teacher in charge need to be station at the lawn area. Time slot booking is required
    • Teachers or Club rep to collect bibs at registration counter (beside call room 1).
    • Track event – No personal belongings to start line. All belongings should place at call room 2, if have.
    • To exit stadium (Gate 1A) once they completed their event.
    • Drink station – 1 station near to call room 2 and 1 station near exit gate 1A.
    • Please collect the number tags from the SAA Administration Counter at the competition venue at least 90 mins before the session
    • Track events reporting time
      1. All athletes shall report to the Call Room 1 Judges 30 MINS before the Start of each event
      2. The athlete shall report to the Call Room 2 Judge 10 MINS before the start of each event
    • Field events reporting time
      1. Horizontal Jumps and Throws competitors shall register attendance to the Call Room 1 Judges 45 MINS before the Start of each event
      2. Horizontal Jumps and Throws competitors shall report to the Field Judges 40 MINS before the Start of each event
      3. Personal throw implement must submit to Technical Manager for inspection 1 hour before the event start
      4. High Jump and Pole Vault competitors shall register attendance to the Call Room 1 Judges 90 MINS before the Start of each event
      5. High Jump and Pole Vault competitors shall report to the Field Judges 85 MINS before the Start of each event
    • Protest concerning the results or conduct of the event shall be made 30 MINS within the official announcement/published of the result. Protest can be made orally to the referee by an athlete or team manager of the team. Appeal concerning the results or conduct of the event shall be made 30 MINS within the official announcement/published of the result. An appeal shall be in writing, signed by the athlete, by the team manager or in charge accompanied by a deposit of $150.00 or equivalent, which will be forfeited if an appeal is not allowed. If the appeal is upheld the deposit will be returned in full
    • Cut-off times will be implemented on start of last lap
      3000m Men B Div - 13mins
      3000m Women A & B Div - 14mins
      3000m Steeplechase Women Open - 15mins
      3000m Steeplechase Men Open - 14mins
      5000m Women Open - 25mins
      5000m Men Open - 23mins
      10000m Women Open - 45mins
      10000m Men Open - 43mins
      3000m Racewalk Men B Div - 23mins
      3000m Racewalk Women A Div - 21mins
      5000m Racewalk Women Open - 37mins
      5000m Racewalk Men Open - 35mins
      10000m Racewalk Women Open - 75mins
      10000m Racewalk Men Open - 70mins

    Wet weather policy:

    • If there is a lighting alert, the event that is affected will be cancelled. For example, if there is a lighting alert at 4PM, then the event at 4PM will be cancelled. It will not be pushed later. SA to proceed with next event such as if the lighting alert stops at 5.30PM, SA will proceed with 5.40PM event that's on the schedule. The events from 4pm to 5.30pm events will be cancelled and not rescheduled due to time constraints, as our stadium booking is until 8PM only.

 


 

1. Results

Download Results (PDF).

2nd All Comers Full Results

 

 


 

2. Start List

Download Start List (PDF).

SA AC 2 2021 Startlist v4

 

 


 

3. Conditions

Download the conditions (PDF)

2021-SA-Allcomers-Meet-2-Conditions-CA-v1.1

 

 


 

4. Schedule

Download the schedule (PDF)

SA-AC-2-2021-Competition-Schedule-24-Mar-2021

 

 


 

5. Competition Format

Download the Competition Format (PDF)

SA Allcomers Meet 2021 Competition Format v3

 

 


 

6. HOA Field of Play (FOP)

Download HOA Field of Play (PDF)

HOA Field of Play (FOP) is the area that's inside the yellow line. No one is to have FOP access other than the Technical Officials, SA staff, event crew and active participants only.

KPT Venue Access

 

 


 

7. Safety Management Measures for HOA/Rooftop Lawn

Download SMM (PDF)

SA AC2 2021 SMM Covid19 as of 4 Mar 2021-converted

 

 


 

8. Submit your registration - Upload Excel entry form here

Download the entry form (XLS) and upload below.

Registration was closed 15 March 2021, 2359H.

 

 

Related links:
2nd All Comers 2010
2nd All Comers 2009
2nd All Comers 2008
2nd All Comers 2007
2nd All Comers 2006
2nd All Comers 2005
2nd All Comers 2004

Posted by Sha

Dear HOA users, we have repositioned the floodlights for a more balanced illumination. Your feedback is appreciated. You can do so via the below online form.

26th Mar 2021
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Dear Parents,

The kids certainly enjoyed themselves from the March Holiday Programme. We look forward to seeing them again during the June Holidays filled with sports and fun.

Thank you for your support. Want to enroll your kids for future KA Holiday Programme? Signup to our mailing list.

From 17th March


From 15th March

15th Mar 2021
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(For NROC Athletics Coaches only)

Description

At the end of this workshop, coaches will be able to:

  • To empower participants with the technical knowledge and technique execution of the modified Olympic lifts
  • The approach shared will enhance learning by following the motor learning continuum of progressing from simple to complex
  • Learning movement technique to perform weightlifting more efficiently, effectively, and ultimately safely

 


 

About the Presenter

    This workshop will be presented by Julian Lim. Julian has been involved in high performance strength and conditioning for the past decade for elite, national and amateur level athletes. This journey has given him extensive skills and experience in the field of sport performance conditioning and research development. He has also completed his master degree in strength and conditioning research, investigating the effects of post-activation performance enhancement (PAPE) on maximal sprint performance of Singapore’s national track and field athletes. His post-graduate studies had enabled him to gain knowledge in the area of strength/power performance monitoring. He always holds Level 1 coach certifications from World Athletics and Australian Weightlifting Federation.

 


 

Date and Time

    2 runs:
    1. 17 April 2021 (Saturday), 2pm to 3.30pm
    2. 24 April 2021 (Saturday), 2pm to 3:30pm

 


 

Venue

    Singapore Sport Institute (SSI) Gymnasium
    Sport Singapore
    3 Stadium Drive
    Singapore 397630

 


 

Cost

    FREE

 


 

CCE Hours

 


 

Registration

  • Maximum 8 pax per workshop. Registration is on first-come-first-served basis.
  • To register, please access this link
15th Mar 2021
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Update: Post Workshop assets as below. Thank you for the support!

Sign-up to our next CCE Workshop here –> Surfing the Force-Velocity Curve: Weightlifting Derivatives

 


 

(For NROC Athletics Coaches only)

Description

At the end of this workshop, coaches will be able to:

  • Understand what constitutes a good technical model of shot put
  • Provide a framework for developing technical excellence in both rotational and glide shot put
  • It will give coaches a technical model to adhere to give athletes and coaches a tool to understand technical mismatches
  • Ability to clearly diagnose what body processes and systems need the most attention

 


 

About the Presenter

    This workshop will be presented by Stuart Carlaw, who is a shot and discus coach based in Northamptonshire, UK and is a former member of the National Coach Development Program and currently a member of the British Athletics Futures Programme. Stuart is the National Talent Event Lead for Shot Put and also the Midlands Regional Coach Lead. Stuart held team coach positions for various England and GB teams in 2019. He has also delivered a range of Shot Masterclasses for England Athletics. He has a BSc in Sports Science. In 2019, athletes coached by Stuart achieved 16 national medals, 8 national titles, a top 8 European finish and 2 national records in both Shot Put and Discus.

 


 

Date and Time

    19 March 2021 (Friday), 8pm to 9pm

 


 

Venue

    The Zoom link will be e-mailed to confirmed participants.

 


 

Cost

    FREE

 


 

CCE Hours

 


 

Registration

  • Maximum 50 pax. Registration is on first-come-first-served basis.
  • To register, please access this link
11th Mar 2021
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Name
POCARI SWEAT

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Short Synopsis of the partnership

POCARI SWEAT is the isotonic beverage developed by Japan’s Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (OPC) that smoothly supplies lost water and IONs.

Underpinned by their corporate philosophy of improving the quality of health worldwide, POCARI SWEAT has been in the forefront of major sports events in the region, including the 2018 Asian Games and Gold Tier Sponsorship for the 2019 SEA Games in Philippines.

As an Official Isotonic Sponsor of Singapore Athletics, POCARI SWEAT aims to accentuate their support in the region, and continue advocating the importance of a healthy lifestyle within the local community through SA’s athletes, coaches and youth, in hopes that this knowledge is passed on to generations to come.

9th Mar 2021
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The Rehab Lab is a physiotherapy clinic specialising in injury rehabilitation and prevention. They are the main sponsor and partner for Team Singapore’s National track and field athletes. Their flagship running gait analysis and correction program, the TRL-RUNFREE, has captured the media’s attention in numerous occasions ever since its launch. The Rehab Lab has since been featured on National media such as Berita Harian, Suria channel and on Warna FM.

Partnership:
The Rehab Lab is proud to be the official physiotherapy partner for Singapore Athletics. Its particular niche in running gait and movement analysis will assist and inspire Team Singapore athletes to strive towards an elevated performance.

9th Mar 2021
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Kin Teck Tong
www.kintecktong.com.sg

Established in 1967, Kin Teck Tong is Singapore’s homegrown Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) brand which started out as a Chinese Medicinal Herbs wholesaler. Leveraging on its heritage and expertise in Chinese Medicine, Kin Teck Tong transformed into a TCM clinic brand offering a full suite of TCM services in 2005 when the practice of TCM locally was regulated in the early 2000s. Currently, there are 5 clinics under the “Modern Chinese Medical” brand and 1 upcoming clinic under the “Premier Chinese Medical” brand.

Kin Teck Tong has served many customers from all walks of life over the years for both general wellness and treatments for chronic or acute ailments, specifically in the field of sports injuries and pain management. Our partnership renewal with Singapore Athletics Association allows us to continue to provide quality TCM consultation and Tuina services by our certified physicians and therapists, coupled with modern medical devices treatment for all national and budding athletes. This allows athletes to be in optimal physical state for trainings and competitions.

9th Mar 2021
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