>> November 13, 2011
Thailand's Jamras Rittidet upsets two former champions of Malaysia to defend his title of men's 110mh at SEA Games in Palembang. He clocked a time of 13.77s, a new SEA Games record, National Record, 2nd fastest in SEA All-Time Rankings.
Rayzamshah Wan Sofian, the winner of 2007 SEA Games settled in second place for silver (13.86s) while Robani Hassan the 2005 champion took the bronze in 14.14s.
Some consolation for Rayzam who managed to lower his personal best from 13.91 of which he set en-route to win the 2007 SEA Games. This performance re-positioned himself to 4th fastest SEA All-Time rankings, just behind the 3rd fastest Robani Hassan (13.85s).
Despite of his failing of breaking the dominance of Malaysia-Thailand's podium spots, Vietnam's Nguyen Ngoc Quang came close in 4th position in a time of 14.19s, improved on his personal best 14.43 set last year in Danang. But the most important one, he also eclipsed the national record 14.32s held by Tran Quoc Hoan.
Philippines' Patrick Sacro Unso produced a good run to break the 14-year-old Alonzo Jardin's national record (14.75) with a new mark of 14.58. He was in 6th position behind Thais Narongdech Janjai (14.30s).