Full Results 59th Thailand Open Track and Field Championship 2013

>> September 06, 2013

 -REPORT SUMMARY-

The 59th Thailand Open Track and Field Championships concluded today (Sep 6, 2013)at Thammassat University, Rangsit (near Bangkok), Thailand. A brief summary as follows;

Jirapong Meenapra
Sprints: Thailand sprinter Jirapong meenapra won the men's 100m final. He clocked a time of 10.44 (-0.1).  Silver and bronze goes to teammate Wachara Sondee and Singapore's Muhd Amiruddin Jamal with 10.56 and 10.58 respectively.  In 200m, Chinese Taipei's Wang Wen-Tang clocked 21.50 (-0.4) to win Gold medal.  The quarter-mile event was won by the Philippine's Edgardo Alejan in a quick PB of 46.95.  In women's 100m, Neeranuch Klomdee takes Gold in a time of 11.82. Malaysia's Zaidatul Husna Zulkifli in second in 12.01. Sri Lanka's Rathnakumari won the women's 400m in 55.22.

Hurdles:  Malaysia's Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian crossed the line in a 13.86 (+0.3) clocking to win the 110m hurdles, and beaten Thailand's Jamras Rittidet in second (14.02). In third place was Kittipong Kongdee (14.24), while 4th was Malaysia's Robani Hassan (14.27). In women's 100m hurdles, SEA Games champion Wallapa Punsoongneun of Thailand takes Gold in 13.69 (+0.5).

Middles:  Philippine's Mervin Guarte won the 800m in 1:50.91. Two finals in 1500m. The fastest time and Gold medal goes to South Korea's Park Dae Sung in 3:55.38. Guarte was close trailing in second in  3:55.59. In women's 800m Sri Lanka's Samanmalee takes the Gold in 2:11.97.

Longs:  Nissanka Kumara of Sri Lanka finished in 14:57.70 for Gold medal in 5000m. Thailand's Boonthung Srisung retained his title in the 10,000m, clocking 31:21.58. In women's 3000m steeplechase, Jessa Mangsat of the Philippine won Gold in 11:10.08, followed by South Korea's Lee Hyeon Ok in second (11.11.46). Sri Lanka's Geethani Rajeskara finished in 17:40.87 in the women's 5000m for Gold. Thailand-based Kenyan runner Viola Jepchirchir Kimali outclassed the field in her 10,000m winning in a time of 37:48.65.

Svetlana Radzivil
Jumps: Two men cleared 5 metres in pole vault. SEA Games champion Kreetha Sintawacheewa takes the Gold in a height of 5.15m, while Chinese Taipei's Hsieh Chia-Han silver in 5.00m. Malaysia's Iskandar Alwi third in 4.90m. Malaysia's Nauraj Singh won Gold in 2.11m. In triple jump, Thailand's Warunyu Kongnil leaped 15.54 to win Gold medal. Earlier in long jump, Supanara Sukhasvasti Na Ayudhaya of Thailand registered 7.75m for Gold. In women's high jump, Uzbekistan's Svetlana Radzivil, the Asian Games champion (PB 1.98m), outmatched her opponents by clearing a bar of 1.94m for Gold. Silver goes to Thailand's Wanida Boonwan (1.83m).

Throws: Uzbekistan's Demetev won shot put in 17.87m. Thailand's Kwanchai Namsoonboon threw 52.05 to win discus throw. A former SEA Games champion Arniel Ferrera of the Philippines has thrown the hammer in 60.69m distance to beat the SEA Games champion Tantipong Phetchaiya of Thailand in second (59.50m). In women's Javelin, SEA Games champion Nuttha Nacharn threw 51.48 to win Gold, and beaten a former SEA Games champion Rosie Villarito of the Philippine in second (49.08). Chinese Taipei's Lin Chia Ying won Gold in women's shot put in 16.11 throwing. Thailand's Subenrat Insaeng broke the Thai national record with 55.34m to win the women's discus throw.

Relays:  Chinese Taipei Team finished first in the 4x100m in 40.25,  followed by Air Force Team (Thailand) in 40.26, and Malaysia Team in third 40.71. The Philippine team won the 4x400m in a fast time of 3:08.07.

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