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Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Coaches

Posted 6 Jun 2021

This registration is now closed.

We have selected the following coaches for this webinar:

  1. Joe Goh
  2. Jacter Singh
  3. Ong Yao Jie, Jacky

 


 

Calling all coaches, register your interest for Asian Athletics Association Webinar on Best Practice in Coaching (Middle & Long Distance Events) via below online form. Held 12-13 June via Zoom, lecturer is Gunte Lange and is organized by ADC Jakarta.

This registration is now closed.

 


 

31st May 2021
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements, Courses

Calling all coaches, athletes and athletics health professionals, European Athletics is organising an extensive programme of webinars (in English). More details via the link below.

 

28th May 2021
Posted by Sha

Running miles on top of an imbalanced structure increases your injury risk.

The Rehab Lab’s flagship RUNFREE program aims to rapidly speed up this process by getting your running form professionally evaluated. This takes the guesswork out of the picture.

In a running assessment, The Rehab Lab team will identify the weakest links in the kinetic chain and the areas where you may be placing excessive load.

The team will teach you to minimize and modify this load, as well as evaluate your running program and align it to fit with an appropriate rehabilitation program.

Singapore Athletics has appointed The Rehab Lab (TRL) as its Official Physiotherapy Partner from 1st August 2020 to 31st July 2021. TRL specialises in enabling every individual to move stronger and pain-free at their fullest potential.

Athletes who would like to apply for this sponsorship, please fill up the online form:

https://form.jotform.com/202112445908449

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27th May 2021
Posted by Sha

Running miles on top of an imbalanced structure increases your injury risk.

The Rehab Lab’s flagship RUNFREE program aims to rapidly speed up this process by getting your running form professionally evaluated. This takes the guesswork out of the picture.

In a running assessment, The Rehab Lab team will identify the weakest links in the kinetic chain and the areas where you may be placing excessive load.

The team will teach you to minimize and modify this load, as well as evaluate your running program and align it to fit with an appropriate rehabilitation program.

Singapore Athletics has appointed The Rehab Lab (TRL) as its Official Physiotherapy Partner from 1st August 2020 to 31st July 2021. TRL specialises in enabling every individual to move stronger and pain-free at their fullest potential.

Athletes who would like to apply for this sponsorship, please fill up the online form:

https://form.jotform.com/202112445908449

#therehablabsg
@therehablab
https://www.therehablabsg.com

25th May 2021
Posted by Sha

Please note, the below event proceeding may be affected, and subject to change if there is any upcoming MOH and SportSG advisory. Kindly subscribe to our Whatsapp Broadcast List or Mailing List for the latest announcements

 


 

Countdown to this event

 


Contact us | Submit your registration

Registration closes Friday, 14 May 2021, 2359H


 

Updates


Info

Dates: 5 weeks from 4th June to 17th July 2021

Timetable: Download file

Venue:

Course Fee:

  • $600 – For all
  • $400 - Only for full-time students below 21 years old with valid student pass
  • For this 12th intake, there is no SkillsFuture subsidy. SA is working towards to secure this subsidy for the next intake

Course Duration:

  • 12 days
  • Compulsory to attend the full 12-day course as per the World Athletics requirements.

Course capacity:

  • 24pax
  • SA will not replace the participant slot, who withdraw after the final list of participants is announced

Lecturers:

    1. Joseph Soh Chian Choon (Lecturer)
    2. Remy Gan Chwee Chuan (Lecturer)
    3. Veeramani Chidambaram (Lecturer)
    4. Ng Kean Mun (Lecturer)
    5. Khairina Mohd (Kids Athletics Lecturer)
    6. Akid Chong (Throws Lecturer)

 


 

Timeline

30 April 2021, Fri

Registration opens

14 May 2021, Fri

Registration closes at 2359H

18 May 2021, Tue

Final list of participants announced
Participant are to required signup https://www.sportsync.sg/ (You must have a https://members.myactivesg.com/ account)

  1. Xiuying Hu
  2. Md Shahruddin
  3. Chee woon (REAVE)
  4. Pei Ling Kang
  5. Syed Ibrahimshah
  6. Muhammad Aidil
  7. Nicole Low
  8. Muhammad Naqib Bin Asmin
  9. Muhammad Zainul Abidin Ahsin
  10. Khairyll Amri
  11. Hussein Al-Junied
  12. Thiruben SO Thana Rajan
  13. Gideon Ren
  14. Kok Seng Andrew Hong
  15. Khairul Kharidan
  16. Dillon Lee
  17. Bao Qiang Ng
  18. Muhammad Adli Jainulabudin
  19. Joshua Chua Hanwei
  20. Idris Ananda
  21. Ang Xinyao Desmond
  22. Darren Chong
  23. Khar Hou (Li Jia Hao) Alfred Lee
  24. Dominic Watkins

20 May 2021, Thu

Deadline for payment. 2 days given or slot will be given the next ranked participant

21 May 2021, Fri

Participants given 2 weeks & required to complete SportSG elearning (FSS & SG-Coach Theory) at https://sportsg-ed.csod.com/client/sportsg-ed/default.aspx
 

4 Jun 2021, Fri

Course starts

17 Jul 2021, Sat

Course ends

16 Jul 2022, Sat

Participants given 1 year to submit proof of 15 hours of coaching practice, or their certificate will not be released

 


 

Course dates

Download the timetable here ( PDF)
Date & time are subject to changes.

Timetable WA CECS L1 2021, 12th Intake (Phase 2 Heightened) v5

 


 

Selection guidelines

All applicants must meet the basic entry requirements to be considered for the course.

If you do not meet the basic entry requirements, you will not be shortlisted for the course.

Course requirements by Singapore Athletics:

  • Be a minimum of 18 years of age.
  • Have a minimum of a completed Primary school education.
  • Have an interest in athletics.
  • Must be physically fit and able to learn to demonstrate all athletic events.
  • Must be willing to actively involve himself or herself as a qualified coach and to assist the WA Member Federation in the development of athletics.
  • Be able to speak and read the course language sufficiently well to sit a written and practical examination.
  • Compulsory to attend all classes punctually and throughout the duration of the course (Compulsory to attend the full 12-day course as per the WA requirements).

Where there are more than 24 applicants who meet the above basic entry requirements, the SA selection panels (SA VP Training & Selection and SA High-Performance Manager) will shortlist applicants based on the following selection guidelines:

Singapore Athletics will prioritize selection of the below for this course:

  • Singapore citizen
  • Local Singapore Track & Field Athletics Coaches who have interest in serving/have served the Federation in the development of athletics
  • Current Track & Field Athletics coaches without new/current 2016 WA certification (Please forward support letters from current school/organisation),
  • Kids Athletic and Certified Athletics Coaches from Non-WA systems,
  • Former National Athletes,
  • * Relevant documents (certificates, referral letters etc.) must be accompanied together with your application form

NROC membership requirements by SportSG:

 


 

Your certificate

WA CECS Level 1 Coaching Course certificate will only be awarded once the participant has:

  • Proof of 15 hours of coaching practice
  • Must be completed within 1 year of course end date, 16 Jul, Sat 2022

 


 

Payment Information

Applications without payment will not be considered complete.

Participants final list are announced 18 May Tue and is given 2-days (20 May, Thu) to complete the payment, or their slot will be given the next ranked participant.

We accept payment by bank transfer, cheque or cash.

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, S068809
    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 paying in cash or passing the cheque at our office:

    3 Stadium Drive, #01-33, Singapore 397630

    Nearest MRT: CC6 Stadium, Exit A

    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. We will meet you at SportSG lobby

    Cheque should be made payable to "Singapore Athletic Association"

    Operating Hours:
    Every Monday to Friday (Except public holiday) – 10am to 6pm.
    Look for SA High Performance department staff.

 


 

Refund Policy

The refund of Course Fees will be based on the Refund Policy Table below:

% of the aggregate amount of the fees paid

If applicant’s written notice of withdrawal is received

80%

More than 7 days before the Course Commencement Date

50%

Less than 7 Days before the Course Commencement Date

0%

After Course Commencement Date

* Refunds will be made within 30 working-days upon receipt of written notice

Any enquiries please contact us online here.

 


 

Submit your application online below

Previous batch:
2019 Oct batch
2018 Sep batch
2017 Oct batch
2016 Sep batch
2015 Sep batch
2015 June batch
2014 Nov/Dec batch
2014 Sep batch
2013
2012
2011

Posted by Sha

There is a new National Record in the women triple jump event. Tia Louise Rozario leapt to 12.54 meters (1.0m/s) at the College of New Jersey Last Chance Meet yesterday. Representing Princeton University the 21 year old improved her old triple jump National Record mark by some 28 centimeters. The previous NR was 12.26 meters. She is coached by Chu Seow Beng & Reuben Jones.

Link to official result: https://www.tfrrs.org/results/70007/4261444/TCNJ_Lions_Last_Chance_Meet/#

Previous Tia’s progression in Triple Jump:

    • 2021 – 12.54m
    • 2020 – 12.18m
    • 2019 – 12.26m
    • 2018 – 11.93m

Other Tia’s accolades:

    • 2016 & 2017 SEA Youth – Long Jump Gold Medallist
    • 2016 Asian Junior – Long Jump Finalist
    • 2017 Asian Youth Athletics Cships – Long Jump Finalist

*The above record is pending ratification by SA

Credit: Chen Siyuan

14th May 2021

Download Asian Athletics Association 2021 calendar (PDF)

 


POSTPONEMENT OF THE COMPETITIONS
EXTRACT FROM ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION OF THAILAND EMAIL

“Dear Gen.Dahlan,

We have this message to inform you that due to a new wave of Covid–19 pandemic in Thailand, the Ministry of Public Health has requested cooperation from the organizers to postpone all activities that are attracted by mass attendance. Therefore, we would postpone 3 Asian competitions to 2022. The events are as follows: –

  1. Asian Relays Championships
  2. 18th Asian Marathon Championships
  3. Asian Half Marathon Championships

We would let you know the new dates for these competitions later.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further information. Thank you very much.

With my best regards,

Pol.Maj.Gen.Surapong ARIYAMONGKOL
Vice – President and Secretary General
Athletics Association of Thailand

5th May 2021
Posted by Sha
Filed under Announcements

Download the calendar (PDF)

 


5 May 2021 update from AAA

  • Asian Relays Championships postponed to 2022
  • 18th Asian Marathon Championships postponed to 2022
  • Asian Half Marathon Championships postponed to 2022

 


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.”

5th May 2021
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Please note, the below event proceeding may be affected, and subject to change if there is any upcoming MOH and SportSG advisory. Kindly subscribe to our Whatsapp Broadcast List or Mailing List for the latest announcements

 


 

Due to current pandemic circumstances, SNOC has changed 31st Southeast Asian Games 2021 (Vietnam) qualifying window from 13-August-2021 to 13-June-2021. Shifted 2-months early by SNOC due to COVID-19. Athletes, coaches and officials please take note.

 

  Before After
Qualifying window 13 August 2021, Friday 13 June 2021, Sunday (Shifted 2-months early by SNOC due to COVID-19)
Appeal deadline 9 August 2021, Tuesday 9 August 2021, Tuesday (Same date, no change)

 

Singapore Athletics in preparation for the new qualifying window will nominate athletes for the SEA Games using results via http://rankings.singaporeathletics.org.sg/ database, achieved up to 13-June-2021 to SNOC.

 

Singapore Athletics will organise an ad-hoc Performance Trial #2 slated for 4, 5 and 11 June 2021. We will release more info about this competition soon. Please signup to our Whatsapp Broadcast List or Mailing List.

 

The SEA Games Marathon Trial which was slated for 4 July 2021, Sunday is now moved to 1 August 2021, Sunday.

 

In summary below are the available competitions leading up to the new SEA Games 2021 qualifying window deadline of 13-June:

  1. 29-30 May4th All Comers POSTPONED
  2. 4, 5 and 11 JunePerformance Trial #2
  3. 1 AugustSEA Games Marathon Trial

 

Athletes that was not selected by SNOC for 31st Southeast Asian Games 2021 (Vietnam) for its first round of selection (It will be announced around early July 2021), they have an appeal window between 13-June-2021 to 9-August-2021 to warrant a consideration for selection by SNOC Appeal Committee Meeting, if their results meets or better the qualifying mark. The available competitions during this appeal window are:

  1. 10-11 July – 4th All Comers

 

While SA will keep track of results for appeals to SNOC, athletes may also forward any results to us using this online form.

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