SUKMA: Syed Aliff and Nurul Sarah Crowned SUKMA Sprint King And Queen

>> June 16, 2010

Syed Aliff Syed Noh of Federal Territory crowned as the fastest man in SUKMA by winning the blue riband event with a time of 10.71 yesterday at Hang Jebat stadium in Malacca. Azhar Ismail of Pahang won the silver medal in a time of 10.74 while bronze medal went to Sabah’s Rayzamshah Sofian in 10.80.

Syed Aliff who is coached by Azmi Ibrahim however, however failed to break his personal record of 10.61 he set en route to win gold at the Malaysian Mini Olympics last year.

I’ve briefly met and congratulates Azmi Ibrahim who looks so happy outside the stadium, he said the first two winners in the 100m are under his guidance and programs.

Azmi Ibrahim is a former national sprinter and holds the second fastest-performance for both 100/200 in Malaysia with 10.37 and 20.97 respectively, behind the national record holders, Watson Nyambek (10.30) and M.Jagethesan (20.92).

Meanwhile, SEA Games representative Nurul Sarah Kadir of Malacca emerged as the fastest women in the biennial-games. She clocked a time of 12.04s , defeating Perak’s Komalam Shally on the silver position (12.37) and Zaidatul Husna of Federal Territory who bagged bronze in 12.40.

Full Results:

Men
1, Syed Aliff Syed Noh, 10.71. 2, Azhar Ismail, 10.74. 3, Rayzamshah Sofian, 10.80. 4, Eddie Edwards, 10.84. 5, Schzuan Rosli, 10.88. 6, Zabidi Ahmad, 10.93. 7, Hisyam Alias, 10.94. 8, Harith Ammar, 11.06.

Women
1, Nurul Sarah, 12.04. 2, S.Komalam Shally, 12.37. 3, Zaidatul Husna, 12.40. 4, Siti Nurhayati, 12.42. 5, Chiwe Hui Lian, 12.49. 6, Cynthia Manghing, 12.56. 7, Lee Jia Qin, 12.70. 8, Zaidatul Husnia, 12.90.

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