Athletics Results 16th ASEAN University Games, Vientiane 2012

>> December 15, 2012

1th ASEAN University Games, Vientiane Laos 2012. Track and Field Athletics Results (Day 1 on 15th of December 2012);

MEN

100m (15) / +1.1
1. Gary Yeo Foo Ee SIN 10.44
2. Mohd Noor Imran Abdul Hadi MAS 10.56
3. Calvin Kang Li Loong SIN 10.57
4. Kannan s/o Subramaniam MAS 10.59
5. Weerawat Pharueang THA 10.61
6. Iswandi INA 10.65
7. Aphisit Promkaew THA 10.68
8. Kilakone Siphonexay LAO 11.04
note: Calvin Kang surged out of the block leading the strong field, caught by Iswandi (pb 10.41) close the mid way, but then Gary (pb 10.57) and Imran (pb 10.40) overtook him before Gary switched with his extra gear to cross the line in a lifetime best 10.44s (4th Singaporean All-Time) for gold to leave the Malaysian in silver. Calvin managed to hold on for bronze from Kannan who set a lifetime best (as well). Host sprinter Siphonexay finished last but renewed NR.

400m (15)
1. Mohamad Arif Zulhilmi Alet MAS 48.16
2. Kannathasan s/o Subramaniam MAS 48.21
3. Jakkrit Pattsai THA 48.47
4. Heru Astriyanto INA 48.58
5. Jesson Ramil Cid PHI 49.29
6. Goh Eng Wei SIN 50.14
7. Phouthaviphone Phomxayya LAO 52.75
8. Souksamai LAO 53.34
note: Kannathasan, Heru and Jesson were the favorites, but youngster Mohamad Zulhilmi surprised everyone by winning the one lap event in his lifetime best 48.16s, beating his previous best 48.33s set a month ago in Kuala Lumpur. At 300m mark, Arif has 3 metres lead, late surge by compatriot Kannathasan was too late to deny his first gold in international meet.

5000m (15)
1. Nguyen Van Lai VIE 14:58.94
2. Agus Prayogo INA 15:08.23
3. Sanchai Namkhet THA 15:20.82
4. Soh Rui Yong SIN 15:40.03
5. Xayxana LAO 16:47.20
6. Hukdi LAO 17:37.95

Triple Jump (15)
1. Muhammad Hakimi Ismail MAS 15.62, -0.2
2. Ammar Fitri Mohd Zainol MAS 15.41, +0.8
3. Asril Abdullah INA 15.15, +1.3
4. Pratchata Tepparak THA 15.04, -0.8
5. Janry Ubas PHI 14.21, +0.1
6. Phitsamai LAO 14.03, +1.1
7. Jonny LAO 13.38, -0.6
note: Ammar Fitri was leading after first jump 15.41 and he repeated the distance in his 4th jump and maintain his lead after all made 5th jumps. But Hakimi who has 16.15 pb leaped to the gold medal distance in his last jump (15.62). Favorite Tepparak (pb/sb 16.25) registered four fouls, his last jump just topped 15m (1.04) and didn't get medal.

Hammer Throw (15)
1. Jackie Wong Siew Cheer MAS 52.84
2. Paripan Sangsing THA 49.50
3. Tan Nhanh Trinh VIE 46.97
4. Ardiansyah Apandy INA 45.71
5. Bounloth LAO 42.75
6. Toy LAO 22.25

WOMEN

100m (15) / +0.9
1. Nurul Sarah Abdul Kadir MAS 12.14
2. Pimpika Kannikom THA 12.15
3. Serafi Unani Anelies INA 12.34
4. Phensri Chairoek THA 12.38
5. Do Thi Quyen VIE 12.56
6. Fiona Ng Yee Lin SIN 12.95
7. Seyha Chan CAM 13.05
8. Boudsady LAO 13.17
note: Nurul Sarah (pb 11.82) has an impressive start and took the lead but looks 'struggle' in the last 15m and nearly beaten by Pimpika Kannikom on the line.

400m (15)
1. Nguyen Thi Huyen VIE 55.18
2. Nguyen Thi Thuy VIE 56.34
3. Josie Malacad PHI 56.92
4. Nurullasyikin Mohd Rashid MAS 57.87
5. Nining Souhaly INA 57.98
6. Sunisa Pedbanna THA 59.03
7. Nurul Faezah Asma Mazlan MAS 59.33
8. Goh Chui Ling SIN 61.53

Javelin Throw (15)
1. Natta Nacharn THA 47.79
2. Evalyn Palabrica PHI 45.43
3. Malisa Xomphonphakdy LAO 42.31
4. Mat Tinmanao LAO 39.76
5. Jennefer Penepona PHI 33.98

Results courtesy of Jad Adrian (ATFS Statistician)

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