Malaysia Athletics in Asian Games, Guangzhou 2010

>> November 29, 2010

Malaysia athletics team have ended the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou without any medal. Following an analysis of Malaysia Athletics' performances in the Asiad.

Lee Hup Wei (Men's High Jump, PB 2.27m)

Lee Hup Wei (PB 2.27, Asiad 2.15)
Hup Wei set a 2.27m (NR) in 2008 which enabled him to compete at the Beijing Olympics. He repeated the NR mark twice this year and won a hattrick at the 2010 Asian Athletics Grand Prix in India. He was the hope of bringing home the gold medal from the 2010 Asiad. However, he could only manage to place 5th with an upset mark of 2.15m.

"A great dissapointment, Hup Wei should have completed the last 2 jumps at 2.19m and not go for 2.23m, three athletes shared the bronze at 2.19m, he leapt 2.27m twice this year", said Roger Loong, a long-time athletics observer and statistician.

Noraseela Khalid (Women's 400m Hurdles, PB 56.02s)

Despite failing to retain the bronze medal she won in Doha 2006, she improved her season best of 58.23s twice in Guangzhou. At the semifinals, she clocked a SB  time of 58.16s to place third, then once again lowered the SB to 57.22s at the final where she placed fifth.


Roslinda Samsu (Women's Pole Vault, PB 4.40m)

Based on her PB of 4.40m, she could have won a medal. She became the Asian Champion in 2007, and leapt a 4.15m this year. However a 4.00 metres effort in Guangzhou hinders her to be one of the podium winners, thus failed to match her silver medal feat in Doha 2006.

Despite of the failure, i believe she will defends her SEA Games gold medal easily at Jakarta in June 2011.

Nurul Sarah A. Kadir (Women's 100m, PB 11.83s)

She won triple gold medals (100m, 200m & 4x100m) at Malaysian Games this year. After setting a PB of 11.83s during the 2009 SEA Games, she has been consistent to run sub-12s this year.

In Guangzhou, she did 11.99s in the first round and advanced in the semifinals where she clocked a season best mark of 11.91s.

Zubaidah Adabi (Women's 100m, PB 11.81s)

A former long jumper, but switched to 100m sprint this year at age of 24. But long jump and sprinting are related. Carl Lewis, a former WR holder in the 100m has won the long jump 4 times at the Olympics. Dwight Phillips reduced his 100m time to jump further.

It does to Zubaidah. She was the best long jumper in the country for at least four years and she timed 11.81s this year, which is the fastest time by any Malaysian since 2008. She was selected for the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi but withdrew due to an ankle injury. In Guangzhou, she did 12.01s in the first rounds, then 11.93s in the semifinals.

4x100m Relay (Yi Yee Ling, Norjannah Hafiszah, Nurul Sarah & Zubaidah)

Norjannah, Zubaidah, Sarah, Yee Ling
This quartet has broken the 21-year-old national record (45.37s) with a time of 45.33s in Zgorzelec, Poland this year. All of members have running below 12s in many times for the past 2 years.

First leg, Yi Yee Ling clocked a PB time of 11.95s during the Asian Athletics GP in India. Norjannah, the back stretch runner who has a PB of 11.82s registered a 11.99s this year. Second curve runner, Nurul Zarah ran her SB in Guangzhou in 11.91s (PB 11.83s), while Zubaidah who anchored the quartet has the fastest time in Malaysia this year in 11.81s.

In Guangzhou, they only managed to finish in sixth position in the final with a time of 45.54s.

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100m Videos Asian Games, Guangzhou 2010

>> November 23, 2010

100m Men Final


100m Women Final


100m Men Round 1

Part 1



Part 2


Part 3


100m Women Round 1


To view the full results click here , 100 metres results click here

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100 Metres Results - Asian Games, Guangzhou 2010

>> November 22, 2010




100m Men Semifinals (Summary)

100m Women Semifinals (Summary)

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400Meters: Indonesia VS Malaysia VS Philippines VS Thailand (All-Time Top Performers)

>> November 17, 2010


In this post we will look at the 400m performances among the top four nations in Southeast Asia (SEA) which has produced a bunch of top 400m athletes in the SEA history.

The table above shows the most consistent country in producing the quarter mile athletes is Thailand. Out of 8 top 400m athletes, all of them have dipped below 47s, strengthening the fact that they're good in all sprint events.

Malaysia has been consistent to produce the top 400m athletes since 1960's. Started from 1960's, M.Jegathesan (who won 5 gold medals at the Asian Games) has consistently run 46.3s - 46.5s (not counted on the lists due to HT marks), and followed by the excellent performances of Nordin Jadi (two-times Olympian) in 1980's and the recent SEA Games gold medalist, Zafril Zuslaini.

Meanwhile, the Philippines has the fastest 400m athlete in Southeast Asia. Isidro del Prado (two-times Olympian) set a 45.57s back in 1984 in Manila and remain as the only athlete in SEA history who has broken the 46s barrier. His time is still considered a world class performance until at the moment.

In spite of the fact that Indonesian are not quite consistent in the one-lap event (on the table), but they have the 3rd fastest quarter miler in the SEA history, Elieser Wettebosi (46.37s). Also remember, the first two fastest sprinters in Southeast Asia, Suryo Agung Wibowo (10.17s) and Mardi Lestari (10.20s) are belong to Indonesia.

In the SEA Games history, Malaysia has won the men's 400m 11 times, Philippines won 7 times, Thailand won 5 times. Malaysia tied with Thailand as the most dominants team in the men's 4x400m with a 10 winning each.

* Hand-timing and 440y marks does not included.

*Credits:
1) Heinrich Hubbeling, ATFS for IAAF (MAS all-time lists)
2) Andrew Pirie (useful info on the all-time lists)
3) tracksun.com
4) gbrathletics.com

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15th Asean University Games, Chiang Mai, Thailand - ATHLETICS RESULTS

>> November 14, 2010



                          ATHLETICS:

   DAY 1   DAY 2   DAY 3    DAY 4   ALL DAYS





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5th SEA Athletics Junior Championship Concluded in Bangkok, Thailand

>> November 09, 2010

The 5th SEA Athletics Junior Championship concluded last week at Bangkok, Thailand. A total of 9 countries were taking part at the 2 days meet that was held at November 03-04, 2010.

This year games saw a team outside the Southeast Asia, Hong Kong was invited to take part. It's perhaps to give the opportunity for the SEA athletes to feel a different ambiance of competition.

Sprinter Jirapong Meenapra of Thailand ruled the sprints events with a triple gold medals performances. Jirapong, who one of the finalists in the 100m at the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Singapore this year has timed 10.45s (0.0) in the sprint century, 21.25s (+1.1) in the half-lap sprint, and a 40.53s performance in the one-lap relays.

It was also an improvement on his 100m PR of 10.51 (+2.0) he set in Phetchaburi, Thailand in January 2010. With the achievement, Jirapong is now moved to the 4th fastest in the World youth lists.

Malaysia team bagged three gold medals home. The gold medals were contributed by high jumpers Kavee Alagan and Shandyiani Mahendran who leaped 2.08m and 1.72m respectively. The third medal was added from the boy’s 2000m steeplechase by Ahmad Luth Hamizan. He managed to clock a time of 6:05.86s.

The championships was initially to be held in Kuala Lumpur in June but then it was rescheduled. The reason why, we all not sure, perhaps the financial restriction? also not sure, but in the month of June the Malaysian Games was held, hence the managements, officials, athletes etc. were focused on it.

However the championship was not only rescheduled but eventually moved to Bangkok, why? maybe "they" don't care about SEA Athletics Junior Championship. But the consequences of this amendment has affected majority of athletes (of course!) especially the Philippines athletes as stated by a friend on the Pinoymiler's site.

For full results click here (Courtesy of Athletics Association of Thailand)

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2010 MAAU (Malaysia) Open Athletics Championship - Full Results

>> November 07, 2010

Following are the full results of the 87th Malaysia Open Athletics Championship (MAAU Open) which held from October 30 - 31, 2010 at the National Sports Council Training Track, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.

First Day Results (October 30, 2010)

MEN


100m Final: Tsai Meng-Lin, TPE, 10.44s. 2, Wachara Sondee, THA, 10.44. 3, Liu Yuan-Kai, TPE, 10.50s. 4, Yi Wei-Chen, TPE, 10.56s. 5, Wang Wen-Tang, TPE, 10.58s. 6, Ahmed Sanquour, UAE, 10.62s.

SF 1: 1, Samuel Francis, QAT, 10.32s. 2, Tsai Meng-Lin, TPE, 10.32s. 3, Ahmed Sanquour, UAE, 10.49s. 4, Yi Wei-Chen, TPE, 10.55s. 5, Poommanus Jankem, THA, 10.69s. 6, Faris Yahya, KSA, 10.94s. 7, Khalifa Sharwarshi, UAE, 11.03s.

SF 2: 1, Yahya Hassan Habeeb, KSA, 10.39s. 2, Wachara Sondee, THA, 10.43s. 3, Liu Yuan-kai, TPE, 10.47s. 4, Wang Wen-tang, TPE, 10.54s. 5, Liang Tse-Ching, 10.66s. 6, Calvin Kang, SIN, 10.71s. 7, Taweesak Pooltong, THA, 11.36s.

R1 H1: 1, Yahya Habeeb, KSA, 10.58s. 2, Yi Wei-Chin, TPE, 10.85s. 3, Poomanus Jamkem, THA, 10.87s. 4, LiangTse-Ching, TPE, 10.88s. 5, Faris Yahya, KSA, 10.90s. 6, Izwan Firdaus, SIN 11.05s, 7, Ambrose Jilom, MAS, 11.15s.

R1 H2: 1, Samuel Francis, QTR, 10.46s. 2, Ahmed Sanquour, UAE, 10.57s. 3, Liu Yuan-Kai, TPE, 10.62s. 4, Mussa Howsawi, 10.91s, 5, Jamras Rittidet, THA, 10.94s. 6, Zabidi Ahmad, MAS, 10.95s. 7, Mohamed Guraya, KSA, 10.96s.

R1 H3: 1, Tsai Meng-Lin, TPE, 10.63s. 2, Yasir Alnashri, KSA, 10.64s. 3, Taweesak Pooltong, THA, 10.69s. 4, Bilal Juma, KAS, 10.82s. 5, Calvin Kang, SIN, 10.85s. 6, Sebastian Lee, MAS, 11.18s.

R1 H4: 1, Wachara Sondee, THA, 10.59s. 2, Wang Went-Tang, TPE, 10.70s. 3, Khalifa Sarwarshi, UAE, 11.06s. 4, Putera Amin, MAS, 11.18s.

400m Final: 1, Yousef Ahmad Masrahi, KSA, 46.94s. 2, Mohamed Ali Al Bishi, KSA, 47.53s. 3, T. Ramanayaka, SRI, 48.67s. 4, S. Kanathasan, MAS, 50.50s. 5, Azri Kadir, MAS, 50.83s.

SF 1: 1, Mohamed Ali Al Bishi, KSA, 48.58s. 2, Yuvaaraj Subramaniam, MAS, 49.54s. 3, S. Kanathasan, MAS, 50.00S. 4, Azri Kadir, MAS, 50.04S. 5, Hamad Ghazhwan, UAE, 50.24s. 6, Yeung Yue Hang, HKG, 51.56s. 7, Arnon Jaiaree, THA, 55.18s.

SF 2: 1, Ismail Mohammed, KSA, 47.29s. 2, Ramanayaka, SRL, 48.97s. 3, Saharat Sumayan, THA, 50.38s. 4, Harmozi Arobi, MAS, 50.46s. 5, Houman Kazem, 50.95s.

SF 3: 1, Yousef Ahmad, KSA, 46.88s. 2, Chanatip Ruckburie, THA, 49.02s. 3, M. Parthiban, MAS, 50.37s.

110mh Final: 1, Ahmed Khadir Muwallad, KSA, 13.91s (MR). 2, Rayzamshah Sofian, MAS, 14.17s. 3, Jamras Rittidet, THA, 14.20s. 4, Rohaizad Jamil, MAS, 14.78s.

1500m Final: 1, Nik Hafiz Nik Mohd, MAS, 4:09.97s. 2, S. Parameswaran, MAS, 4:16.74s. 3, Faizul Mohaidin, MAS, 4:17.90s.

3000m STP Final: 1, Rene Herrera, PHI, 9:00.53s. 2, Wu Wen-Chien, TPE, 9:14.90s. 3, Ho Chin-Peng, TPE, 9:18.59s. 4, P. Jenathanan, MAS, 9:58.54s. 5, Faizul Mohidin, MAS, 10:10.43s.

5000m Final: 1, J. Karthik, MAS, 16:08.32s. 2, S. Sivamanogaran, MAS, 16:21.51s. 3, Chrif Kettou, MOR, 16:52.29s. 4, Palanisamy Rajendran, MAS, 17:02.51s.

10,000m Walk: 1, Teoh Boon Lim, MAS, 44:39.59s. 2, Dhiban Raj, MAS, 44:55.00s. 3, B. Thirukumaran, MAS, 47:17.26s. 4, Ayoob Sarwashi, UAE, 49:12.67s. 5, Khairil Harith, MAS, 50:19.06s. 6, Azizie Anuar, MAS, 50:54.75s.

4x100m Final: 1, Chinese Taipei, 39.50s. 2, Thailand, 39.98s. 3, Saudi Arabia, 40.54s. 4, Malaysia B, 42.15s. 5, Malaysia A, 42.24s.

Triple Jump: 1, Ahmed Abdullah Faraj, UAE, 15.38m. 2, Mohd Hakimi Ismail, MAS, 15.37m. 3, Stefan Tseng, SIN, 15.09m. 4, Firdaus Salim, MAS, 14.84m. 5, Juhairi Sajali, MAS, 14.07s.

Hammer Throw:
1, Arneil Ferrera, PHI, 57.47m. 2, Jackie Wong, MAS, 52.13m. 3, Azman Mohd, MAS, 43.72m. 4, A. Halim Yatim, MAS, 41.46m.

Javelin Throw:
1, Fresnido Danilo, PHI, 63.87m. 2, M. Bakri Hamid, MAS, 58.65m. 3, Josmon Justin, MAS, 56.04m. 4, Lau Sei Long, MAS, 53.13m. 5, Firdaus Jalak, MAS, 52.98m. 6, Gerald Agan, MAS, 52.58s.

High Jump: 1, Hsiang Chun-Hsien, TPE, 1.96m. 1, Nauraj Singh, MAS, 1.96m. 3, Najwan Aqra, MAS, 1.92m. 3, Firdaus Anuar, MAS, 1.92m. 5, Chan Chi Shing, HKG, 1.92m. 6, Loh Kah Loon, MAS, 1.88m. 6, Mohd Azli Ghazali, MAS, 1.88m.

Pole Vault: 1, Hsieh Chia-Han, TPE, 5.10m. 2,Mohd Hafizuddin Sahadan, MAS, 4.40m. 3, Sean Lim Zi Qing, SIN, 4.20m.

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WOMEN

100m Final: 1, Vu Thi Huong, VIE, 11.55s (MR). 2, Le Ngoc Phuong, VIE, 11.79s. 3, Liao Ching-hsien, TPE, 11.93s. 3, Nurul Sarah A. Kadir, MAS, 11.93s. 5, Siti Zubaidah Adabi, MAS, 11.97s. 6, Yee Yi Ling, MAS, 12.00s. 7, Amanda Choo, SIN, 12.03s. 8, Nguyen Ngoc Tham, VIE, 12.22s.

SF 1: 1, Nurul Sarah, MAS, 12.02s. 2, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tham, VIE, 12.11s. 3, Le Ti Mong Tuyen, VIE, 12.14s. 4, Komala Shally, MAS, 12.41s. 5, Ka Lam, HKG, 12.64s. Norjannah, MAS, DSQ.

SF 2: 1, Le Ngoc Phuong, VIE, 12.07s. 2, Siti Zubaidah Adabi, MAS, 12.17s. 3, Zaidatul Husna, MAS, 12.29s. 4, Nadiah Hussien, SIN, 13.00s.

SF 3: 1, Vu Thi Huong, VIE, 11.82s. 2, Yee Yi Ling, MAS, 12.08s. 3, Amanda Choo, SIN, 12.10s. 4, Liao Ching-Hsien, TPE, 12.13s. 5, Siti Fatimah, MAS, 12.18s.

100mh Final: 1, Sheena Atilano, PHI, 14.26s. 2, Raja Nursheena, MAS, 14.66s. 3, Nurfazlinda, MAS, 15.30s. 4, Ku Munirah, MAS, 15.42s, 5, Vaneysia Ulau, MAS, 17.50s.

400m Final: 1, Treewadee Yongphan, THA, 54.94s. 2, Olesya Konovalova, KAZ, 57.22s. 3, Nurul Assikin Rashid, MAS, 58.44s. 4, Nurul Faezah Asma, MAS, 58.88s. 5, Merlina Uganis, MAS, 60.29s. 6, Emmy Ahkim, MAS, 63.50s.

1500m Final: 1, Bethlem D. Belayney, UAE, 4:24.40s. 2, Madina Kadir, UAE, 4:28.42s. 3, K. Gantimathi, MAS, 4:41.58s. 4, Nor Amelia Musa, MAS, 4:46.29s.

3000m STP Final: 1, Weerasing Dulakshi, SRL, 11:19.35s. 2, Melinder Kaur, MAS, 11:50.61s. 3, Angela Kundang, MAS, 13:23.93s.

10000M Walk: 1, Norliyana Mohd Rusni, MAS, 54:02.44s. 2, Elena Goh, MAS, 54:26.19s. 3, Soon Gie Chee, MAS, 57:07.31s. 4, Norazilah Osman, MAS, 1:00.31.04s. 5, Siti Hanisan, MAS, 1:02.22.51s.

4x100m: 1, Vietnam, 45.06s (MR). 2, Malaysia A, 45.60s. 3, Malaysia B, 47.43s.

High Jump Final: Wanida Boonman, THA, 1.80m. 2, Noengruthai Chipech, THA, 1.74m. 3, Wong Boon Syian, MAS, 1.68m. 4, Norliyana Kamaruddin, MAS, 1.68m. 5, Puteri Nur Liyana, MAS, 1.64m. 6, Michelle Sng, SIN, 1.60m. 7, Wan Sutika Sukri, MAS, 1.50m.

Triple Jump Final: 1, Noraina Damieon, MAS, 12.08m. 2, Noor Shahidatun Nadia, MAS, 12.03m. 3, Merry Gabali, MAS, 10.72m.

Discus Throw Final: 1, Li Wen-Hua, TPE, 51.10m (NR). 2, Ngu Mee Zing, MAS, 32.44m. 3, Asreeny Asik, MAS, 31.20m. 4, Rahilah Othman, MAS, 28.53m. 5, Normaladiwi Hashim, MAS, 24.36m.

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Second Day Results (October 31, 2010)

MEN

200m Final: 1, Ismail Mohammed Al Sibiyani, KSA, 21.16s. 2, Hamed Hamdan Al-Bishi, KSA, 21.25s 3, Sittichai Suwonprateep, THA, 21.44s. 4, Ahmed Khadir Muwallad, KSA, 21.62. 5, Izwan Firdaus, SIN, 22.47s.

SF 1: 1, Ismail Al Sibiyani, KSA, 21.42s. 2, Izwan Firdaus, SIN, 22.89s. 3, Zabidi Ahmad, MAS, 23.28s.

SF 2: Ahmed Khader Muwallad, KSA, 21.24s. 2, Sittichai Suwonprateep, THA, 21.81s. 3, Ahmed Sanquour, UAE, 22.00s. 4, Shalindran Sathiyanesan, SIN, 22.23s. 5, Mohd Shamimi Azmi, MAS, 22.61s.

SF 3: 1, Hamdan Al-Bishi, KSA, 21.60s. 2, Faris Yahya Sharahili, KSA, 22.06s. 3, Liant Tse-Chiang, TPE, 22.08s. 4, Calvin Kang, SIN, 22.90s.

400m Hurdles Final: 1, Nitat Kaewkhong, THA, 54.02s. 2, Abdul Azlan Samsudin, MAS, 54.68s. 3, Mohd Azri Kadir, MAS, 55.59s. 4, Gorodnyatskiy Sergey, KAZ, 63.31s. 5, Houman Kazemi, IRN, 69.35s.

800m Final: 1, Abdul Aziz Ladan Mohammed, KSA, 1:54.06s. 2, Jironi Riduan, MAS, 1:55.20s. 3, M. Parthiban, MAS, 1:56.17s. 4, Nik Hafiz Nik Mohd, MAS, 1:57.63s.

10,000m Final: 1, Chang Chia-he, TPE, 31:39.43s. 2, Mohd Affandi Nudin, MAS, 35:54.16s. 3, S. Sivamanogaran, MAS, 38:02.80s.

Discus Throw: 1, Chiu Lap San, HKG, 41.23m. 2, Mohd Hafiz Hashim, MAS, 39.82m. 3, Mohamed Al Guraya, KSA, 35.14m. Malik Tobias, MAS, DNS.

Long Jump Final: 1, Henry Dagmil, PHI, 7.34m. 2, Mohd Syarul Amri, MAS, 7.24m. 3, Jen Guo Chan, MAS, 7.23m. 4, Syahrul Faiz, MAS, 6.97m. 5, Ambrose Jilom, MAS, 6.96m.

Shot Put Final: 1, Adi Alifuddin, MAS, 16.14m. 2, Chiu Lap San, HKG, 14.92m. 3, Mohd Hafiz Hashim, MAS, 14.70m. 4, Mohd Alif Hanif, MAS, 13.58m. 5, Mohamed Al Guraya, KSA, 13.22m. 6, Zamri Mat Yunus, MAS, 10.93m.

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WOMEN

200m Final: 1, Vu Thi Huong, VIE, 23.73s. 2, Le Ngoc Phuong, VIE, 24.16m. 3, Nguyen Ti Mong Tham, VIE, 24.89s. 4, Li Thi Mong Tuyen, VIE, 24.91s. 5, Siti Zubaidah, MAS, 25.23s. 6, Ka Lam, HKG, 25.77s. 7, Nadiah Hussein, SIN, 26.53s.

400m Hurdles: 1, Noraseela Khalid, MAS, 58.23s. 2, Emmy Ah Kim, MAS, 70.29s.

800m Final: 1, Bethlam Belayney, UAE, 2:11.49s. 2, Media Kadir Mohamed, UAE, 2:15.30s. 3, Olesya Konovalova, KAZ, 2:16.67s. 4, Norzalaili Nik Wil, MAS, 2:43.41s.

10,000m Walk: 1, Norliyana Mohd Rusni, MAS, 54:02.44s. 2, Elena Goh, MAS, 54:26.19s. 3, Soon Gie Chee, MAS, 57:07.31s. 4, Norailah Othman, MAS, 1:00.31.04s. 5, Siti Hanisah, MAS, 1:02.22.51s.

Hammer Throw: 1, Tan Song Hwa, MAS, 57.42s. 2, Patria Pang, MAS, 44.78m. 3, Siti Nurul Ain, MAS, 38.16m.

Javelin Throw: 1, Rosie Villarito, PHI, 48.79m. 2, Lekamge, SRL, 44.40m. 3, Rabaeva Asiya, KAZ, 42.93m. 4, Nazirah Che Mat, MAS, 36.81s. 5, Nurul huda Mat Akhir, MAS, 36.68m. 6, Syuryani Sikembar, MAS, 33.97m. 7, Elezarova Valeria, KAZ, 33.46m.

Long Jump: 1, Nurul Fatimah Zahirah, MAS, 5.69m. 2, Noor Shahidatun Nadia, MAS, 5.67s. 3, Ng Khai Lee, MAS, 5.66m. 4, Merry Gabali, MAS, 5.06m.

Pole Vault: 1, Roslinda Samsu, MAS, 4.10m. 2, Kathleen Ong, MAS, 3.70m. 3, Chuah Yu Tiang, 2.90m. 4, Nurezzati Shasha, MAS, 2.70m. 5,

Shot Put: 1, Siti Nurul Ain, MAS, 12.74m. 2, Rahila Othman, MAS, 12.46m. 3, Nur Syaidah Ramli, MAS, 12.29m. 4, Asreeny Asik, MAS, 12.12m. 5, Ngu Mee Zing, MAS, 11.98m.


Reports: Part 1 , Part 2 , Part 3 , Part 4 , Part 5 , Part 6

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87th Malaysia Open Track and Field Championship 2010, Results Day 2 (Part 6)

>> November 02, 2010

The 87th edition of the Malaysia Open Athletics championship was held at Kuala Lumpur from October 30 to 31, 2010. Following are the results for Second day. Keputusan kejohanan olahraga terbuka Malaysia (MAAU) ke-87 tahun 2010.

First Day Results

Second Day Results (October 31, 2010)

MEN

200m Final:
1, Ismail Mohammed Al Sibiyani, KSA, 21.16s. 2, Hamed Hamdan Al-Bishi, KSA, 21.25s 3, Sittichai Suwonprateep, THA, 21.44s. 4, Ahmed Khadir Muwallad, KSA, 21.62. 5, Izwan Firdaus, SIN, 22.47s.

400m Hurdles Final: 1, Nitat Kaewkhong, THA, 54.02s. 2, Abdul Azlan Samsudin, MAS, 54.68s. 3, Mohd Azri Kadir, MAS, 55.59s. 4, Gorodnyatskiy Sergey, KAZ, 63.31s.

800m Final:
1, Abdul Aziz Ladan Mohammed, KSA, 1:54.06s. 2, Jironi Riduan, MAS, 1:55.20s. 3, M. Parthiban, MAS, 1:56.17s. 4, Nik Hafiz Nik Mohd, MAS, 1:57.63s.

10,000m Final:
1, Chang Chia-he, TPE, 31:39.43s. 2, Mohd Affandi Nudin, MAS, 35:54.16s. 3, S. Sivamanogaran, MAS, 38:02.80s.

Discus Throw: 1, Chiu Lap San, HKG, 41.23m. 2, Mohd Hafiz Hashim, MAS, 39.82m. 3, Mohamed Al Guraya, KSA, 35.14m. Malik Tobias, MAS, DNS.

Long Jump Final:
1, Henry Dagmil, PHI, 7.34m. 2, Mohd Syarul Amri, MAS, 7.24m. 3, Jen Guo Chan, MAS, 7.23m. 4, Syahrul Faiz, MAS, 6.97m. 5, Ambrose Jilom, MAS, 6.94m.

Shot Put Final: 1, Adi Alifuddin, MAS, 16.14m. 2, Chiu Lap San, HKG, 14.92m. 3, Mohd Hafiz Hashim, MAS, 14.70m. 4, Mohd Alif Hanif, MAS, 13.58m. 5, Mohamed Al Guraya, KSA, 13.22m. 6, Zamri Mat Yunus, MAS, 10.93m.


WOMEN


200m Final: 1, Vu Thi Huong, VIE, 23.73s. 2, Le Ngoc Phuong, VIE, 24.16m. 3, Nguyen Ti Mong Tham, VIE, 24.89s. 4, Li Thi Mong Tuyen, VIE, 24.91s. 5, Siti Zubaidah, MAS, 25.23s. 6, Ka Lam, HKG, 25.77s. 7, Nadiah Hussein, SIN, 26.53s.

400m Hurdles: 1, Noraseela Khalid, MAS, 58.23s. 2, Emmy Ah Kim, MAS, 70.29s.

800m Final: 1, Bethlam Belayney, UAE, 2:11.49s. 2, Media Kadir Mohamed, UAE, 2:15.30s. 3, Olesya Konovalova, KAZ, 2:16.67s. 4, Norzalaili Nik Wil, MAS, 2:43.41s.

10,000m Walk:
1, Norliyana Mohd Rusni, MAS, 54:02.44s. 2, Elena Goh, MAS, 54:26.19s. 3, Soon Gie Chee, MAS, 57:07.31s. 4, Norailah Othman, MAS, 1:00.31.04s. 5, Siti Hanisah, MAS, 1:02.22.51s.

Hammer Throw: 1, Tan Song Hwa, MAS, 57.42s. 2, Patria Pang, MAS, 44.78m. 3, Siti Nurul Ain, MAS, 38.16m.

Javelin Throw:
1, Rosie Villarito, PHI, 48.79m. 2, Lekamge, SRL, 44.40m. 3, Rabaeva Asiya, KAZ, 42.93m. 4, Nazirah Che Mat, MAS, 36.81s. 5, Nurul huda Mat Akhir, MAS, 36.68m. 6, Syuryani Sikembar, MAS, 33.97m. 7, Elezarova Valeria, KAZ, 33.46m.

Long Jump: 1, Nurul Fatimah Zahirah, MAS, 5.69m. 2, Noor Shahidatun Nadia, MAS, 5.67s. 3, Ng Khai Lee, MAS, 5.66m. 4, Merry Gabali, MAS, 5.06m.

Pole Vault: 1, Roslinda Samsu, MAS, 4.10m. 2, Kathleen Ong, MAS, 3.70m. 3, Chuah Yu Tiang, 2.90m.

Shot Put: 1, Siti Nurul Ain, MAS, 12.74m. 2, Rahila Othman, MAS, 12.46m. 3, Nur Syaidah Ramli, MAS, 12.29m. 4, Asreeny Asik, MAS, 12.12m. 5, Ngu Mee Zing, MAS, 11.98m.


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87th Malaysia Open Track and Field Championship 2010, Video and Results (Part 5)

>> November 01, 2010

The 200m men race at the 2nd day of MAAU Open Athletics Championship 2010 was won by Ismail Mohammed Al-Sibiyani of KSA (left white) with a time of 21.16s. Teammate, Hamed Hamdan Al-Bishi (black) who has a PR of 20.55s, second in 21.25s while Thailand's Sittichai Suwonprateep (red) came third in 21.44s.

Although clocking 58.23s in the 400mh, Noraseela Khalid failed to qualify for this year Asian Games. The 31-year-old national record holder (56.02s) will need a courtesy from the Malaysia Amateur Athletics Union (MAAU) to participate the Asiad as she had a chance to defend the bronze medal she won during the 2006 Games.

The men's long jump saw only one foreign athlete, Henry Dagmil of Philippines who has a PR of 7.99m. He recorded a 7.34m whereas done during the first attempt. His next five jumps were fouls. A former SEA Games champion, Syahrul Amri of MAS leapt 7.24m for 2nd place, while countryman Jen Guo Chan came third in 7.23m. KSA's Hussien Taher Al-Sabee who has been registered in the men's long jump, however not seen in action.

Following are videos and results of 200m men race final, Noraseela Khalid sole run in the 400mh, and the long jump men:

Men's 200m Final (Ismail Mohammed Al Sibiyani - 21.16s)



400m Hurdles - Noraseela Khalid (58.23s)



Henry Dagmil (Long Jump, Attempt 1 to 6)



Men's Long Jump (Syahrul Amri, Jen Guo Chan, Syahrul Faiz)





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87th Malaysia Open Track and Field Championship 2010, Results Day 1 (Part 4)

Following are the first day results of the 87th edition of Malaysia Open Track and Field championship 2010. Keputusan kejohanan olahraga terbuka Malaysia (MAAU) ke-87 tahun 2010.

First Day Results (October 30, 2010)

MEN

100m
Final: Tsai Meng-Lin, TPE, 10.44s. 2, Wachara Sondee, THA, 10.44. 3, Liu Yuan-Kai, TPE, 10.50s. 4, Yi Wei-Chen, TPE, 10.56s. 5, Wang Wen-Tang, TPE, 10.58s. 6, Ahmed Sanquour, UAE, 10.62s.

SF 1: 1, Samuel Francis, QAT, 10.32s. 2, Tsai Meng-Lin, TPE, 10.32s. 3, Ahmed Sanquour, UAE, 10.49s. 4, Yi Wei-Chen, TPE, 10.55s. 5, Poommanus Jankem, THA, 10.59s. 6, Faris Yahya, KSA, 10.94s. 7, Khalifa Sharwarshi, UAE, 11.00s.

SF 2: 1, Yahya Hassan Habeeb, KSA, 10.39s. 2, Wachara Sondee, THA, 10.43s. 3, Liu Yuan-kai, TPE, 10.47s. 4, Wang Wen-tang, TPE, 10.54s. 5, Liang Tse-Ching, 10.66s. 6, Calvin Kang, SIN, 10.71s. 7, Taweesak Pooltong, THA, 11.36s.

R1 H1: 1, Yahya Habeeb, KSA, 10.58s. 2, Yi Wei-Chin, TPE, 10.85s. 3, Poomanus Jamkem, THA, 10.87s. 4, LiangTse-Ching, TPE, 10.88s. 5, Faris Yahya, KSA, 10.90s. 6, Izwan Firdaus, SIN 11.05s, 7, Ambrose Jilom, MAS, 11.15s.

R1 H2: 1, Samuel Francis, QTR, 10.46s. 2, Ahmed Sanquour, UAE, 10.57s. 3, Liu Yuan-Kai, TPE, 10.62s. 4, Mussa Howsawi, 10.91s, 5, Jamras Rittidet, THA, 10.94s. 6, Zabidi Ahmad, MAS, 10.95s. 7, Mohamed Guraya, KSA, 10.96s.

R1 H3: 1, Tsai Meng-Lin, TPE, 10.63s. 2, Yasir Alnashri, KSA, 10.64s. 3, Taweesak Pooltong, THA, 10.69s. 4, Bilal Juma, KAS, 10.82s. 5, Calvin Kang, SIN, 10.85s. 6, Sebastian Lee, MAS, 11.18s.

R1 H4: 1, Wachara Sondee, THA, 10.59s. 2, Wang Went-Tang, TPE, 10.70s. 3, Khalifa Sarwarshi, UAE, 11.06s. 4, Putera Amin, MAS, 11.18s.

400m Final: 1, Yousef Ahmad Masrahi, KSA, 46.94s. 2, Mohamed Ali Al Bishi, KSA, 47.53s. 3, T. Ramanayaka, SRI, 48.67s. 4, S. Kanathasan, MAS, 50.50s. 5, Azri Kadir, MAS, 50.83s.

SF 1: 1, Mohamed Ali Al Bishi, KSA, 48.58s. 2, Yuvaaraj Subramaniam, MAS, 49.54s. 3, S. Kanathasan, MAS, 50.00S. 4, Azri Kadir, MAS, 50.04S. 5, Hamad Ghazhwan, UAE, 50.24s. 6, Yeung Yue Hang, HKG, 51.56s. 7, Arnon Jaiaree, THA, 55.18s.

SF 2: 1, Ismail Mohammed, KSA, 47.29s. 2, Ramanayaka, SRL, 48.97s. 3, Saharat Sumayan, THA, 50.38s. 4, Harmozi Arobi, MAS, 50.46s. 5, Houman Kazem, 50.95s.

SF 3: 1, Yousef Ahmad, KSA, 46.88s. 2, Chanatip Ruckburie, THA, 49.02s. 3, M. Parthiban, MAS, 50.37s.

110mh Final: 1, Ahmed Khadir Muwallad, KSA, 13.91s (MR). 2, Rayzamshah Sofian, MAS, 14.17s. 3, Jamras Rittidet, THA, 14.20s. 4, Rohaizad Jamil, MAS, 14.78s.

1500m Final: 1, Nik Hafiz Nik Mohd, MAS, 4:09.97s. 2, S. Parameswaran, MAS, 4:16.74s. 3, Faizul Mohaidin, MAS, 4:17.90s.

3000m STP Final: 1, Rene Herrera, PHI, 9:00.53s. 2, Wu Wen-Chien, TPE, 9:14.90s. 3, Ho Chin-Peng, TPE, 9:18.59s. 4, P. Jenathanan, MAS, 9:58.54s. 5, Faizul Mohidin, MAS, 10:10.43s.

5000m Final: 1, J. Karthik, MAS, 16:08.32s. 2, S. Sivamanogaran, MAS, 16:21.51s. 3, Chrif Kettou, MOR, 16:52.29s.

10,000m Walk: 1, Teoh Boon Lim, MAS, 44:39.59s. 2, Dhiban Raj, MAS, 44:55.00s. 3, B. Thirukumaran, MAS, 47:17.26s. 4, Ayoob Sarwashi, UAE, 49:12.67s.

4x100m Final: 1, Chinese Taipei, 39.50s. 2, Thailand, 39.98s. 3, Saudi Arabia, 40.54s. 4, Malaysia B, 42.15s. 5, Malaysia A, 42.24s.

Triple Jump:
1, Ahmed Abdullah Faraj, UAE, 15.38m. 2, Mohd Hakimi Ismail, MAS, 15.37m. 3, Stefan Tseng, SIN, 15.09m. 4, Firdaus Salim, MAS, 14.84m.

Hammer Throw:
1, Arneil Ferrera, PHI, 57.47m. 2, Jackie Wong, MAS, 52.13m. 3, Azman Mohd, MAS, 43.72m. 4, A. Halim Yatim, MAS, 41.46m.

Javelin Throw:
1, Fresnido Danilo, PHI, 63.87m. 2, M. Bakri Hamid, MAS, 58.65m. 3, Josmon Justin, MAS, 56.04m. 4, Lau Sei Long, MAS, 53.13m. 5, Firdaus Jalak, MAS, 52.98m. 6, Gerald Agan, MAS, 52.58s.


WOMEN

100m Final: 1, Vu Thi Huong, VIE, 11.55s (MR). 2, Le Ngoc Phuong, VIE, 11.79s. 3, Liao Ching-hsien, TPE, 11.93s. 4, Nurul Sarah A. Kadir, MAS, 11.93s. 5, Siti Zubaidah Adabi, MAS, 11.97s. 6, Yee Yi Ling, MAS, 12.00s. 7, Amanda Choo, SIN, 12.03s. 8, Nguyen Ngoc Tham, VIE, 12.22s.

SF 1: 1, Nurul Sarah, MAS, 12.02s. 2, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tham, VIE, 12.11s. 3, Le Ti Mong Tuyen, VIE, 12.14s. 4, Komala Shally, MAS, 12.41s. 5, Ka Lam, HKG, 12.64s. Norjannah, MAS, DSQ.

SF 2: 1, Le Ngoc Phuong, VIE, 12.07s. 2, Siti Zubaidah Adabi, MAS, 12.17s. 3, Zaidatul Husna, MAS, 12.29s. 4, Nadiah Hussien, SIN, 13.00s.

SF 3: 1, Vu Thi Huong, VIE, 11.82s. 2, Yee Yi Ling, MAS, 12.08s. 3, Amanda Choo, SIN, 12.10s. 4, Liao Ching-Hsien, TPE, 12.13s. 5, Siti Fatimah, MAS, 12.18s.

100mh Final: 1, Sheena Atilano, PHI, 14.26s. 2, Raja Nursheena, MAS, 14.66s. 3, Nurfazlinda, MAS, 15.30s. 4, Ku Munirah, MAS, 15.42s, 5, Vaneysia Ulau, MAS, 17.50s.

400m Final: 1, Treewadee Yongphan, THA, 54.94s. 2, Olesya Konovalova, KAZ, 57.22s. 3, Nurul Assikin Rashid, MAS, 58.44s. 4, Nurul Faezah Asma, MAS, 58.88s. 5, Merlina Uganis, MAS, 60.29s.

1500m Final: 1, Bethlem Belayney, UAE, 4:24.40s. 2, Madina Kadir, UAE, 4:28.42s. 3, K. Gantimathi, MAS, 4:41.58s. 4, Nor Amelia Musa, MAS, 4:46.29s.

3000m STP Final: 1, Weerasing Dulakshi, SRL, 11:19.35s. 2, Melinder Kaur, MAS, 11:50.61s. 3, Angela Kundang, MAS, 13:23.93s.

4x100m: 1, Vietnam, 45.06s (MR). 2, Malaysia A, 45.60s. 3, Malaysia B, 47.43s.

High Jump Final:
Wanida Boonman, THA, 1.80m. 2, Noengruthai Chipech, THA, 1.74m. 3, Wong Boon Syian, MAS, 1.68m.

Triple Jump Final: 1, Noraina Damieon, MAS, 12.08m. 2, Noor Shahidatun Nadia, MAS, 12.03m. 3, Merry Gabali, MAS, 10.72m.


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