SEA Games; Thailand Remains the Undisputed King of Athletics

>> December 19, 2013

The 27th edition of Southeast Asian (SEA) games commenced on 11th of December, ends on 22nd at the city of Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar. But the track and field athletics got off a real start on the 15th and ended today (19th) at Wunna Theikdi Stadium.

Jirapong Meenapra (by Ken Gadaffi)
World championships representatives and the defending champions were among those in action, with young athletes from Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam were also in the spotlight at the biennial multi-sports events.

The athletes staged the show with standards in many events were rather high including new Games Records (GR) in 8 events, 6 new SEA Area Records (SAR), 5 new SEA Junior Records (SAJR), 35 new National Records (NR), 17 new National Junior Records (NJR), as well as SEA Regional 2013 best performers in 25 events (10 season bests and 2 equalled in men events, and 15 season bests in women events), and dozens of Personal Bests (PB).

Eleven individuals have won more than one gold medal including youngster Jirapong Meenapra of Thailand who have got three. The-20-year-old from Suratthani arrived at the games as a SEA leader in sprint events, 100m (10.37, PB), and 200m (21.29).

The showdown started with the 4x100m relay in day 2, where he was assigned to run the 3rd leg. With excellent baton exchange, team Thailand secured the gold (39.75) they lost in 2011 to team Indonesia that finished in third (40.15) here. Team Singapore trailed in second for silver (39.79). In the next day, the finalist of 2010 Youth Olympic Games was made to work hard as he had a slow start in the blue riband event but he quickly recovered by a fast finishing to blaze home in style in a time of 10.48 (+0.7), ahead of Indonesia’s Iswandi (10.51), and Singapore’s Muhamad Amiruddin Jamal (10.55).

"I was in lane five and was sandwiched by Indonesian runners in lane four and lane six, and that made me feel uncomfortable but I managed to win," said Jirapong who proudly celebrates the victory with Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt's trademark bow and arrow pose. A day later, he repeated the feat winning the 200m comfortably in 21.29 (-0.1).

For a record, Thailand had lost the sprints 100m and 200m gold to Indonesia in the previous three editions.

Thirteen gold for Wassana, eight for Vu Thi Huong, Triyaningsih, and Neeranuch

Wassana Winatho (bangkok post)
Wassana Winatho of Thailand has defended her Asian heptathlon title in July, and she probably not spent much effort en route to add on another title in the seven-discipline event for fifth consecutive time in SEA Games, where she tallied 5556 pts ahead of the Philippine’s Narcisa Atienza who had 5241 pts.

But a day later, (day 3), the eleven-time SEA Games gold medallist had a very tough race with a close and thrilling neck to neck battle with Vietnam’s Quach Thi Lan (58.93) who held the lead entering the last hurdle. Both collapsed in exhaustion at the finish line, and being stretchered out of the track.

In October’s Malaysia open it was the 18-year-old Thi Lan who beat Winatho comfortably, 57.74 over 58.94. Along with the victories, Winatho now has a total of 13 SEA Games gold in hands, and only Myanmar’s Jennifer Tin Lay and the Philippine’s Elma Muros-Posadas have earned more gold from SEA Games with 15 each.

Asian games and Asian championships medallist Vu Thi Huong of Vietnam ruled the women’s sprints. In 100m, she pulled away from the field in the mid-way, and winning comfortably in 11.59 (-0.2).

Vu Thi Huong wins 100m and 200m (organizer)
Similar style and strategy she did to win the 200m in 23.55 (+0.1), making it eight in her accumulation of SEA Games gold since the first one she achieved in 2005. Thailand’s Neeranuch Klomdee took silver in both events in 11.85 and 24.02 respectively.

Having won the 4x100m (44.42) earlier, together with Phatsorn Jaksuninkorn (1st) Tassaporn Wannakit (3rd), and Nongnuch Sanrat (4th), 33-year-old Neeranuch who has been representing Thailand for 16 years has a total of eight gold from SEA Games including the 100m gold she won in 2003.

Phyu War Thet and Triyaningsih (antarafoto)
Triyaningsih of Indonesia has a marathon record of 2:31:49, and she would beat many of men runners in these games, but she decided to not take part marathon as part of winning strategy for 5000m and 10000m.

Even so, Myanmar’s Phyu War Thet was well prepared to make the hosts proud by winning the women's 5000m in day 3 with a time of 16:06.01, a new NR. Triyaningsih had to settle for silver (16:24.36) after she was outpaced on the last lap by the Burmese.

Two days later Triyaningsih who stands 4’11” tall crossed the 10000m line to grab gold medal (32:34.68) with Phyu War who left only several metres behind took silver (34:39.32), but later at the day she added 1500m silver.

Impressive Performances

The women’s triple jump saw first three athletes surpassed GR, NR, and SAR in spite jumping into headwinds. Indonesia’s Maria Natalia Londa who broke NR in September (14.11) has registered 14.17 (-0.7) to clinch gold. Two-time SEA Games champion Thitima Muangjan of Thailand was close behind in 14.16 for silver, while defending champion Tran Hue Hoa of Vietnam settling for bronze in 14.12.

Maria who have won 2 silver in 2011 games have produced a long jump effort of 6.39 (+0.2) to easily win her second gold medal while Thailand’s Thitima Muangjan again finished in second with 6.24 (-0.6).

Saw Mar Lar Nwe (thethao)
The men’s triple jump was equally impressive. Malaysia’s Muhammad Hakimi Ismail took the lead with a jump of 16.44 (+0.6) in his fourth attempt to break NR.

Vietnam’s Nguyen Van Hung whose PB was 16.41 replied with a stunning leap of 16.67 (+1.3), bettering the GR, NR, and SAR, and took away the gold as the Malaysian unable to improve his mark in final attempts and satisfied for silver. Defending champion Theerayut Philakong of Thailand had to be content with a bronze after registering 16.26 (+0.5).

After being spurred on by the home crowd, Myanmar’s Saw Mar Lar Nwe crossed the finish line as a new champion of women’s 20km walk, seizing the title from defending champion Nguyen Thi Thanh Phuc of Vietnam. Saw Mar Lar Nwe clocked a time of 1:35:03, obliterated her NR by almost 7 minutes as well as a new GR.

Nguyen Thi Thanh Phuc who has a PB of 1:33:36 she set in London Olympics stopped the clock at 1:37:08. These two marks are within the World championships qualifying standards.

All other SEA Area Records by Thais
Thailand’s Jamras Rittidet defended his title for third consecutive times and renewed his own GR and NR (13.77) in a time of 13.72 (-0.3), which erased Nur Herman Majid’s SAR 13.73 in 1994 Asian Games as well. Malaysia’s Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian, the gold medallist in 2007 took silver in 14-flat and Laos’s Anousone Xaysa surprisingly took the bronze with a new NR time of 14.17.

Jamras Rittidet 113.72 110mh (nationmultimedia)
Thailand made it a one-two finish in the men's javelin. Peerachet Jantra took the gold with in a throw of 76.30, bettering his NR, as well as the GR and SAR 75.38 by Frans Mahuse of Indonesia from 1987 SEAG at Jakarta. Hussadin Rodmanee finished second in 75.46, an effort that would renew all the aforesaid records as well.

In men’s hammer, three athletes maintained their positions from 2011 but have improved on their marks. Thailand’s Tantipong Phetchaiya hurled the iron ball at a distance of 62.23, which is a new GR, NR, and SAR. Four-time SEAG champion (2003-2009) Arniel Ferrera of the Philippine bagged silver (61.18), while Malaysia’s Jackie Wong Siew Cheer took bronze in a NR throw of 59.75.

In the women’s discus, Subenrat Insaeng of Thailand has outclassed her rivals by recording a throw of 56.77 in her third attempt. This mark is a new GR, NR, and SAR. Her first two throws were fouled, and the last two were 52.50 and 55.03. Silver medallist was over 14 metres behind.

Maintains dominance
Zhang Guirong (singaporesportsfan)
Thailand’s Kreeta Sintawacheewa (PB 5.24) had no problem clearing 5.15 bar on his first attempt to win the pole vault gold for the third consecutive time. The 24-year-old Thai made three attempts of 5.22 which would break his own games record (5.21) but he failed to do so. Silver medallist Iskandar Alwi of Malaysia failed on all three attempts of 5.15 but manage to break NR by 9cm with a height of 5.10.

Indonesia’s Dedeh Erawati (34) still going strong in the women’s 100mh. She regained her title after running 13.53 (+0.3) to win the gold from Thailand’s Wallapa Punsoongneun (13.71) who smashed her hattrick dream on home soil in 2011. Malaysia’s Raja Nursheena Raja Azhar picked up a bronze in 13.84.

Singapore’s Zhang Guirong won gold with a heave of 14.99, and totalling six gold medals in her collection in since 2003 SEA Games. Compatriot Du Xianhui who had retired from competitive athletics 6 years ago marked her comeback to the regional games with a throw of 14.92 to earn silver.

A former Asian champion and seven-time SEA Games champion Truong Thanh Hang of Vietnam was absent as she is recovering from a tragic road accident last year. But team Vietnam seems to be not affected at all as they took home the gold from both women’s 800m and 1500m through Do Thi Thao who clocked times of 2:05.52 and 4:22.63 respectively.

Sweater memories

Malaysia’s Mohd Jironi Riduan waited since 2007 to eventually taste gold, and interestingly he got two. He was at eight position in the first lap of the men’s 800m. But the 27-year-old teacher-cum-coach at sports school in Johore Malaysia came out of nowhere and bursting to the line to win the race and gold in 1:50.98, defeating the Philippine’s Mervin Guarte (1:51.51) and defending champion Vietnam’s Duong Van Thai (1:51.62).

Jironi Riduan and Duong Van Thai (thestar)
 Two days later in 1500m, both Jironi and Van Thai were awarded joint gold medallist after posting similar time following a dead heat. “This is the best achievement of my career, I struggled to juggle my job and competition commitments, Jironi told NSTP.”

Vietnam’s Nguyen Van Lai captured two gold medals in the men’s 5000m (14:19.35) and 10000m (29:44.82), both efforts destroyed the NRs. These achievements also mark the first time that a Vietnamese has won a gold medal in SEA Games for 5000m and 10000m.

Nguyen Van Lai (thethao247)
The Philippine’s Henry Dagmil (PB 7.99) took home his third long jump title in a fine leap of 7.80 despite against a strong headwind (-2.1). The 32-year-old Olympian dethroned Thailand’s Supanara Sukahvasti na Ayudhaya (PB 8.05) after his best jump of 7.71 (-1.7) was not sufficient to stop the Filipino. Supanara won the last two SEA Games editions.

With A full-strength squad with 400m medallists in the squad including Archand C. Bagsit (PB 47.11) and Edgardo Alejan (PB 46.95), the Philippine’s men 4x400m delivered a gold medal (3:09.32) despite the close challenge by the team Thailand (3:09.81).

The Thai women’s 4x400m managed to hold off the team Vietnam that comprises young runners, and took the gold (3:36.58), and Vietnam settled in silver (3:36.92).

Junior Athletes Impressed
Malaysia’s Muhammad Irfan Shamsuddin (18) produced a stunning effort to grab gold in the men’s discus, improving his NR by 3 metres with 53.16 throw. Remarkably, the 18-year-old smashes NR 5 times, out of the 6 attempts.

Irfan Shamsuddin (nstp)
"It's the best achievement of my career, this gold medal is for myself, my coach (Frantisek Petrovic), my family and for the country,” said Irfan who will take part in the World junior championship in athletics in the United States, next year. Ten-time SEA Games champion, James Wong Tuck Yim (44) of Singapore who came out of retirement was in 5th despite of throwing a season best of 50.82.

Thailand’s Panwat Gimsrang (18) won in the women's hammer throw (54.96), while teammate Mingkamon Koomphon (15) took bronze (51.82). Malaysia’s Casier Renee Kelly Lee took silver in a throw of 53.12.

Thailand's athletics contingent was expecting 14 gold but they proudly left the 27th SEA Games with a haul of 17 gold, 13 silver, and 9 bronze. Following Thailand on medal tally counting was Vietnam with 10 + 11 +12, next Indonesia with 6 + 4 + 7, followed by the Philippine (6 + 4 + 3), Malaysia (4 + 6 +3), Myanmar (2 + 4 + 7), Singapore (2 + 3 + 3), and Laos (0 + 0 + 2).

The next SEA Games will be held at Singapore in June 2015.

RESULTS
MEN

100m final (+0.7) (17)
1. Jirapong Meenapra THA 10.48
2. Iswandi INA 10.51
3. Muhammad Amirudin Jamal SIN 10.55
4. Sapwaturrahman INA 10.65
5. Gary Yeo Foo Ee SIN 10.70

200m final (-0.1) (18)
1. Jirapong Meenapra THA 21.29
2. Harith Ammar Mohd Sobri MAS 21.46
3. Le Trong Hinh VIE 21.47
4. Suppachai Chimdee THA 21.48
5. Nguyen Van Huynh VIE 21.49

400m final (15)
1. Archand Christian Bagsit PHI 47.22
2. Edgardo Alejan PHI 47.45
3. Edy Ariansyah INA 47.78
4. Srikharin Wannasa THA 47.83
5. Mohamad Arif Zulhilmi Alet MAS 48.23

800m final (17)
1. Mohd Jironi Riduan MAS 1:50.98
2. Mervin Guarte PHI 1:51.51
3. Duong Van Thai VIE 1:51.62
4. Yothin Yaprajan THA 1:51.91
5. Kesavan Maniam MAS 1:52.24

1500m (19)
1= Mohd Jironi Riduan MAS 3:58.02
1= Duong Van Thai VIE 3:58.02
3. Ridwan INA 3:58.37
4. Mervin Guarte PHI 3:58.43
5. Yothin Yaprajan THA 4:00.94

5000m (17)
1. Nguyen Van Lai VIE 14:19.35 – NR
2. Boonthung Srisung THA 14:21.75
3. Ridwan INA 14:27.69
4. Sanchai Namkhet THA 14:42.36
5. Agus Prayogo INA 14:51.91

10000m (19)
1. Nguyen Van Lai VIE 29:44.82 – NR
2. Boonthung Srisung THA 29:46.61
3. Agus Prayogo INA 30:25.33
4. Sanchai Namkhet THA 30:35.54
5. Soe Min Thu MYA 30:46.69

Marathon (16)
1. Mok Ying Ren SIN 2:28:36 (2:28:35.13)
2. Thaung Aye MYA 2:29:50 (2:29:49.82)
3. Eric Panique PHI 2:30:30 (2:30:29.53)
4. Kuniaki "Neko" Takizaki CAM 2:32:54 (2:32:53.62)
5. Nikolas Albinus da Silva INA 2:33:32 (2:33:31.44)

3000m steeplechase (18)
1. Christopher Ulboc PHI 9:01.59
2. Pham Tien San VIE 9:02.50
3. Patikarn Pechsricha THA 9:04.04
4. Rene Herrera PHI 9:09.14
5. Muhammad Al Quraisy INA 9:23.07

110m Hurdles (-0.3) (19)
1. Jamras Rittidet THA 13.72 – GR, NR, SAR
2. Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian MAS 14.00
3. Anousone Xaysa LAO 14.17 – NR, NJR
4. Kittipong Kongdee THA 14.29
5. Nguyen Ngoc Quang VIE 14.30

400m hurdles (17)
1. Eric Shauwn Cray PHI 51.29
2. Andrian INA 51.74
3. Dao Cuong Xuan VIE 51.79
4. Mohamed Baihaqi Razlan MAS 52.96
5. Narongdech Janjai THA 53.29

High Jump (18)
1. Nauraj Singh Randhawa MAS 2.17
2. Dao Van Thuy VIE 2.13
3. Pramote Pumurai VIE 2.13
4. Tyler Ruiz PHI 2.09
5. Navinraj Subramaniam MAS 2.09

Pole Vault (16)
1. Kreeta Sintawacheewa THA 5.15
2. Iskandar Alwi MAS 5.10 – NR, NJR, SAJR
3. Sompong Saombankuay THA 5.00
4. Ernest John Obiena PHI 4.90
5=. Sean Lim Zi Qing SIN 4.80
5=. Vu Van Huyen VIE 4.80

Long Jump (15)
1. Henry Dagmil PHI 7.80 (-2.1)
2. Supanara Sukhasvasti Na Ayudhaya THA 7.71 (-1.7)
3. Van Lam Pham VIE 7.53 (-1.3)
4. Benigno Marayag PHI 7.38 (-1.1)
5. Nguyen Van Mua VIE 7.35 (-0.7)

Triple Jump (19)
1. Nguyen Van Hung VIE 16.67 (+1.3) – GR, NR, SAR
2. Muhammad Hakimi Ismail MAS 16.44 (+0.6) – NR
3. Theerayut Philakong THA 16.26 (+0.5)
4. Varunyoo Kongnil THA 15.84 (-0.6)
5. Benigno Marayag PHI 15.59 (0.0)

Shot Put (19)
1. Thawat Khachin THA 17.54 – SAJR, NJR
2. Adi Alifuddin Hussin MAS 17.10
3. Chatchawal Polyiam THA 16.85
4. Eliezer Sunang PHI 16.72
5. De Ye Wu MYA 13.91

Discus Throw (15)
1. Muhammad Irfan Shamsuddin MAS 53.16 – SAJR, NR, NJR
2. Narong Benjaroon THA 52.45
3. Hermanto INA 51.96
4. Kwanchai Numsomboon THA 51.71
5. James Wong Tuck Yim SIN 50.82

Hammer Throw (15)
1. Tantipong Phetchaiya THA 62.23 – GR, NR, SAR
2. Arniel Ferrera PHI 61.18
3. Jackie Wong Siew Cheer MAS 59.75 – NR
4. Kittipong Boonmawan THA 54.79
5. Michael Sia Suk Dak MAS 52.72

Javelin Throw (17)
1. Peerachet Janthra THA 76.30 – GR, NR, SAR
2. Hussadin Rodmanee THA 75.43
3. Danilo Fresnido PHI 69.69
4. Agustinus Mahuse INA 66.91
5. Danilo Fresnido PHI 66.32;

Decathlon (18)
1. Jesson Ramil Cid PHI 7038 – NR
(10.85/ -0.6, 7.03/ -0.2, 11.53, 1.86, 48.37 ; 15.26/ -0.3, 31.14, 3.90, 48.98, 4:36.10)
2. Zakaria Malik INA 6711
(11.14/ -0.6, 6.61/+0.5, 12.15, 1.86, 50.26 ; 15.09/ -0.3, 31.45, 4.20, 48.93, 5:13.95)
3. Nguyen Van Hue VIE 6383
(11.36/ -0.6, 6.89/ -1.0, 10.56, 1.83, 52.69 ; 15.96/ -0.3, 34.58, 4.30, 41.95, 5:14.01)
4. Myat Soe Thu MYA 4982
(11.72/ -0.6, 5.58/ -1.0, 7.50, 1.68, 56.36 ; 18.01/ -0.3, 24.10, 4.10, 41.49, 5:33.02)
5. Htun Latt MYA 4753
(11.76/ -0.6, 0.00, 11.46, 1.65, 55.76 ; 17.12/ -0.3, 31.35, 3.70, 42.17, 5:52.52)

20km walk (15)
1. Hendro INA 1:29:41
2. Vo Xian Vinh VIE 1:33:30
3. Myo Min Thiha MYA 1:36:18 - NJR
4. Kittiphong Chonduang THA 1:37:03
5. Lo Choon Sieng MAS 1:38:18

4x100m (16)
1. Thailand 39.75
(Ruttanapon Sowan, Aphisit Phomkaew, Jirapong Meenapra, Suppachai Chimdee )
2. Singapore 39.79
(Muhammad Elfi Mustafa, Calvin Kang Li Loong, Lee Cheng Wei, Muhammad Amirudin Jamal
3. Indonesia 40.15
(Yaspi Boby, Iswandi, Fadlin, Muhammad Rozikin)
4. Malaysia 41.35
(Eddie Edward Jr, Mohd Shahmimi Azmi, Mohd Azhar Md Ismail, Harith Ammar Mohd Sobri)
5. Myanmar 41.76 – NR
(Kyaw, San Lin, Kyaw Zin Aung, Zaw Lwin Htoo, Thet Zaw Win)

4x400m (19)
1. Philippine 3:09.32
(Isidro del Prado Jr, Edgardo Alejan Jr, Julius Felicisimo Nierras, Archand Christian Bagsit)
2. Thailand 3:09.81
(Treenate Krittanukulwong, Srikharin Wannasa, Saharat Sammayan, Nattapong Khanom)
3. Malaysia 3:15.06
(Schzuan Ahmad Rosely, Mohamad Arif Zulhilmi Alet, Yuvaaraj Panerselvam, Kannathasan Subramaniam)
4. Indonesia 3:15.60
(Yakobus Leuwol, Heru Astriyanto, Deni Hadiwizaya, Edy Ariansyah)
5. Singapore 3:18.65
(Poh Seng Song, Zubin Percy Muncherji, Ng Chin Hui, kenneth Khoo Kian Seong)


WOMEN

100m final (-0.2) (17)
1. Vu Thi Huong VIE 11.59
2. Neeranuch Klomdee THA 11.85
3. Tassaporn Wannakit THA 11.91
4. Veronica Shanti Pereira SIN 11.99
5. Zaidatul Husna Zulkifli MAS 12.13

200m final (+0.1) (18)
1. Vu Thi Huong VIE 23.55
2. Neeranuch Klomdee THA 24.02
3. Nguyen Thi Oanh VIE 24.13
4. Veronica Shanti Pereira SIN 24.16
5. Phatsorn Jaksuninkorn THA 24.43

400m final (15)
1. Treewadee Yongphan THA 53.11
2. Quach Thi Lan VIE 53.38
3. Nguyen Thi Oanh VIE 53.71
4. Atchima Engchuan THA 55.19
5. Yin Yin Khine MYA 55.56

800m final (17)
1. Do Thi Thao VIE 2:05.52
2. Vu Thi Ly VIE 2:07.25
3. Swe Li Myint MYA 2:08.20
4. Yin Yin Khine MYA 2:12.39

1500m (19)
1. Do Thi Thao VIE 4:22.64
2. Phyu War Thet MYA 4:27.01
3. Than Toe Khin Myo Aung MYA 4:32.33
4. Jessica Barnard PHI 4:42.31

5000m (17)
1. Phyu War Thet MYA 16:06.01 – NR
2. Triyaningsih INA 16:24.36
3. Khin Mar Sal MYA 17:37.57
4. Lodkeo Inthakoummane LAO 17:45.55 – NR, NJR

10000m (19)
1. Triyaningsih INA 34:32.68
2. Phyu War Thet MYA 34:39.32
3. Lodkeo Inthakoummane LAO 37:41.96 – NR, NJR
4. Ni Lar San MYA 39:47.88

Marathon (16)
1. Pham Thi Binh VIE 2:45:34 – NR
2. Myint Myint Aye MYA 2:46:07
3. Pa Pa MYA 2:49:01
4. Jeventina Napoleao TLS 3:06:55

3000m steeplechase (18)
1. Rini Budiarti INA 10:04.54
2. Nguyen Thi Oanh VIE 10:30.92
3. Jessica Bernard PHI 11:04.84
4. Than Toe Khin Myo Aung MYA 11:16.49 – NR
5. Khin Mar Sal MYA 11:53.15

100m hurdles (+0.3) (19)
1. Dedeh Erawati INA 13.53
2. Wallapa Punsoongneun THA 13.71
3. Raja Nursheena Raja Azhar MAS 13.84
4. Panida Rattanachan THA 13.90
5. Manivanh Chanthavong LAO 14.53 – NR

400m hurdles (17)
1. Wassana Winatho THA 58.85
2. Quach Thi Lan VIE 58.93
3. Dipna Lim Prasad SIN 59.96 – NR
4. Panida Rattanachan THA 63.87
5. Tin Zar Moe MYA 71.40

High Jump (19)
1. Duong Thi Viet Anh VIE 1.84
2. Wanida Boonwan THA 1.80
3. Pham Thi Diem VIE 1.80
4. Yap Sean Yee MAS 1.70

Pole Vault (15)
1. Sukanya Chomchuendee THA 4.21 – GR, NR
2. Le Thi Phuong VIE 4.10
3. Riezel Buenaventura PHI 3.80
4. Nanthaka Raksawan THA 3.50

Long Jump (18)
1. Maria Natalia Londa INA 6.39 (+0.2)
2. Thitima Muangjan THA 6.24 (-0.6)
3. Bui Thi Thu Thao VIE 6.14 (0.0)
4. Katherine Khay Santos PHI 5.93 (-0.4)
5. Vu Thi Men VIE 5.89 (-0.2)

Triple Jump (17)
1. Maria Natalia Londa INA 14.17 (-0.7) – GR, NR, SEAR
2. Thitima Muangjan THA 14.16 (-0.6) – NR
3. Tran Hue Hoa VIE 14.12 (-1.9) – NR
4. Vu Thi Men VIE 13.60 (-0.7)
5. Jamjuree Kwansong THA 12.72 (-0.2)

Shot Put (15)
1. Zhang Guirong SIN 14.99
2. Du Xianhui SIN 14.92
3. Sawitri Thongchao SIN 14.82
4. Juthaporn Krasaeyan THA 12.54
5. Mar Mar San MYA 11.29

Discus Throw (19)
1. Subenrat Insaeng THA 56.77 – GR, SAR, SAJR, NR, NJR
2. Zhang Guirong SIN 42.26
3. Du Xianhui SIN 41.02
4. Mar Mar San MYA 37.91
5. Phonexai Paosavad LAO 34.98

Hammer Throw (16)
1. Panwat Gimsrang THA 54.96 – SAJR, NR, NJR
2. Casier Renee Kelly Lee MAS 53.12
3. Mingkamon Koomphon THA 51.82
4. Loralie Sermona PHI 50.26
5. M Soe Zar MYA 41.75 – NR

Javelin Throw (18)
1. Saowalak Pettong THA 52.96
2. Natta Nachan THA 50.37
3. Bui Thi Xuan VIE 48.31
4. Rosie Villarito PHI 48.00
5. Soe Soe Htwe MYA 44.42 – NR, NJR

Heptathlon (16)
1. Wassana Winatho THA 5556
(13.75/+0.2, 1.79, 12.28, 25.05/-0.5 ; 5.65/-1.1, 39.67, 2:36.86)
2. Narcisa Atienza PHI 5241
(14.82/+0.2, 1.76, 12.57, 26.59/-0.5 ; 5.51/+0.2, 42.27, 2:38.70)
3. Sunisa Khotseemueang THA 5152
(14.83/+0.2, 1.64, 11.82, 25.86/-0.5 ; 5.59/+0.2, 42.36, 2:36.99)
4. Naw Yee Yee Than MYA 3756
(17.15/+0.2, 1.41, 9.89, 27.63/-0.5, 4.78/-0.1, 29.69, 2:46.55)
5. Chaw Chaw MYA 3521
(16.94/+0.2, 1.38, 7.86, 27.91/-0.5 ; 4.86/-0.8, 26.71, 2:50.05)

20km walk (15)
1. Saw Mar Lar New MYA 1:35:03 – GR, NR
2. Nguyen Thi Thanh Phuc VIE 1:37:08
3. Kay Khine Myo Tun 1:40:15
4. Tanaphon Assawawongcharoen THA 1:44:46 – NR

4x100m (16)
1. Thailand 44.42
(Phatsorn Jaksuninkorn, Neeranuch Klomdee, Tassaporn Wannakit, Nongnuch Sanrat)
2. Vietnam 44.99
(Mai Thi Phuong, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tham, Do Thi Quyen, Vu Thi Huong)
3. Indonesia 45.88
(Lusiana Satriani, Tri Setyo Utami, Niafatul Aini, Ni Nyoman Kerni)
4. Myanmar 47.82
(Tin Zar Moe, Aye Aye Than, Su Kyi Aung, Lai Lai Win)

4x400m (19)
1. Thailand 3:36.58
(Phatsorn Jaksuninkorn, Atchima Engchuan, Hoemhuk Pornpan, Treewadee Yongphan)
2. Vietnam 3:36.92 – NR
(Quach Thi Lan, Nguyen Thi Thuy-I, Nguyen Thi Thuy-II, Nguyen Thi Oanh)
3. Myanmar 3:42.88
(Au Kyi Aung, Yin Tin Khine, Aye Aye Than, Swe Li Myint)
4. Singapore 3:44.80
(Wendy Enn, Veronica Shanti Pereira, Thirualkarasu Piriyah, Dipna Lim Prasad)
5. Malaysia 3:45.10
(Siti Nur Afiqah Abdul Razak, Nurulassikin Mohd Rasid, Fatin Faqihah Mohd Yusuf, Nurul Faezah Asma Mazlan) 3:45.10


SEA Games Athletics Report by Jad Adrian Washif (ATFS)

Notice: These results included notes on new records established or broken as well as corrections to the results that you can see from official website after receiving the original sheets of results from Myanmar.

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