2011 Vietnam National Athletics Championships

>> September 20, 2011

The 2011 edition of Vietnamese National Championships in Athletics concluded in Thong That stadium at Ho Chi Minh city after three pack-action days, on September 09, 12 and 13. At least five national records and three national junior records were set at the meet, with new 2011 Southeast Asian best performances achieved in nine events !!. The records were from the following events;

National Records
1) Men's 110m Hurdles: Vo Vun Hung, 14.28s (12/09/2011).
2) Men's Pole Vault: Nguyen Van Hue, 4.80m (12/09/2011).
3) Men's 4x200m: Army Team - Truong Van Lam, Le Van Ba, Bui Huy Hieu, Nguyen Van Quang, 1:25.81s (09/09/2011).
4) Women's Pole Vault: Le Thi Phuong, 4.15m (13/09/2011).
5) Women's Heptathlon / equaled NR: Duong Thi Viet Anh, 5350pts (12-13, 09.2011)
(15.07 - 1.90 - 10.68 - 25.98 - 6.03 - 38.40 - 2:42.68)

National Junior Records
1) Men's 1500m: Duong Van Thai, 3:54.44s (13/09/2011)
2) Men's Pole Vault: Lee Hong Huu, 4.60m (12/09/2011)
3) Women's Long Jump: Bui Thi Thu Thao, 6.12m (12/09/2011)

Southeast Asia Leaders from Vietnam (as at Sept 20)

Truong Thanh Hang at Asian Champs, Kobe 2011
Top Vietnamese runner Truong Thanh Hang wins the 800m easily in a time of 2:04.81s on Sept. 12. A day later, the newly-crowned Asian 800m champion took another gold at 1500m, clocking  4:17.49s in a "solo run" by over 16 seconds. Thanh Hang, the "single" candidate of two Gold medals (800-1500) or if not three (from 4x400m) at SEA Games 2011, and the following who achieved the best performances so far in SEA in their respective events, will be hunting for the gold medals for Vietnam Team at the SEA Games, Palembang, Indonesia in November:-

1) Men's 400m Hurdles: Vu Van Tinh, 51.68s, with Dao Xuan Cuong very close in 51.69s.
2) Men's Triple Jump: Nguyen Van Hung, 16.30m.
3) Men's Decathlon: Vu Van Huyen, 7263pts (PB 7755pts - no doubt, already " the winner" of 2011 SEA Games) 
4) Women's 200m: Nguyen Thi Thuy, 24.04s, along with Le Ngoc Phuong (24.17s) and Vu Thi Huong (24.29s  previous leader) to fill the TOP 3 Southeast Asia at the moment.
5) Women's 400m: Nguyen Thi Thuy, 53.80s.
6) Women's Pole Vault: -see NR-
7) Women's Triple Jump: Tran Hue Hoa, 13.57m.
8) Women's 20km Walk: Nguyen Thi Thanh Phuc, 1:41:41s.
9) Women's 4x400m: Hanoi Team, 3:45:45s.

-existing sea leaders-
9) Men's High Jump: Dao Van Thuy, 2.13m.
10) Women's 3000m St: Nguyen Thi Phuong, 10:14.94s.
11) Women's Marathon: Pham Thi Binh, 2:53:09s.

So, 13 Gold medals will be owned by Vietnam, a country with 90 millions population  in SEA Games??


# -Thanks to Heinrich Hubbeling (IAAF statistician) for information-

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