>> November 12, 2011
Serafi Anelies Unani has becomes the sprint queen of the 26th SEA Games, another great history for this sprinter after the 2010 ASEAN University Games title. She crossed the line at 11.69s, the photo-finish system detected that she was the first one to touch the line, just earlier than Nongnuch Sanrat of Thailand who recorded the same time but settled in silver medal. Bronze medal went to former champion Vu Thi Huong of Vietnam who stopped the clock at 11.73s.
Serafi improved on his personal record from 11.76 which was set during the Gold medal winning of the 15th ASEAN University Game in Chiang Mai in 2010. Her new time has also place herself among TOP 20 All-Time Rankings for Southeast Asia.
And with the surprise of winning, the host Indonesia has successfully won both sprint 100m titles from the 26th SEA Games.
100m Women Final (Wind: +1.7):
1, Serafi Anelies INA, 11.69 PB (20th SEA All-Time rankings)
2, Nongnuch Sanrat, THA 11.69
3, Vu Thi Huong, VIE 11.73
4, Neeranuch Klomdee THA 11.84
5, Nurul Sarah MAS 11.86
6, Nurul Imaniar INA 11.87 PB (47th SEA All-Time Rankings)
7, Le Ngoc Phuong VIE 11.89
8, Norjannah Hafiszah MAS 12.03 (SEA leader with 11.60)