Results Borneo Games Labuan 2013 (Sukan Borneo)

>> September 30, 2013

Labuan (Malaysia), 19-20 September 2013 “5th Borneo Games”
-multi-sports event held once in two years among states/residents of BORNEO countries: BRU, MAS (Sabah, Sarawak, Labuan), INA (Kalimantan Timur, Kalimantan Barat);
-organizer unable to report accurate and/or complete results;
-hand-timed, no wind-reading, first three and selected results as follows;


MEN
100m           (20):  Jonathan Nyepa (Sar/MAS/96) 10.6h,  2. Izharizan Jablun (Sab/MAS/95) 10.8h,  3. Risky Latif (Kal-T/MAS) 10.9h,  4. Abdul Rahim Abdullah (BRU) 11.0h;

200m           (19):  Md Fakhri Ismail (BRU) 22.3h,  2. Izharizan Jablun (Sab/MAS/95) 22.4h,  3. Abd Rahim Abdullah (BRU) 22.4h,  4. Sigit Andi Susilo (Kal-T/INA) 22.5h;

400m           (19):  Mohamad Adib Zulhusni Alet (Sar/MAS) 49.5h,  2. Khairul Karim (Sab/MAS/94) 50.4h,  3. Fitra Ramadhan (Kal-B/INA) 50.8h;

800m           (20):  Fredy Pattiasina (Kal-T/INA) 1:59.0h,  2. Mohd Farhan Mulyadiy (Lab/MAS) 2:01.0h,  3. Raymond Yew (Sab/MAS) 2:02.0h;

1500m         (19):  Zainudin (Kal-B/INA) 4:17,  2. Raymond Yew (Sab/MAS) 4:19,  3. Fredy Pattiasina (Kal-T/INA) 4:21;

5000m         (19):  Zainudin (Kal-B/INA)  16:21.7h,  2. Dasmin (Kal-T/INA) 16:36.0h,  3. Md. Khairul Anuar Ramli (BRU) 18:22.4h;

L J               (19):  Erwin Madang (Kal-B/INA) 7.28,  2. Jonathan Larus (Sab/MAS) 6.74,  3. El Said Abdel Aziz (Sab/MAS) 6.71;

T J               (20):  Irwin Maulana (Kal-B/INA) 15.44,  2. El Said Abdel Aziz (Sab/MAS) 14.70,  3. Mohd Shazrin Mohammad (Sab/MAS) 14.32;

S P               (19):  Teng How Ann (Sar/MAS/95) 13.21,  2. Mohd Adenin Bolhan (BRU) 12.79,  3. Muhammad Firdaus Abd Rahman (Lab/MAS) 11.76;

D T              (19):  Teng How Ann (Sar/MAS/95) 35.40,  2. Mohd Adenin Bolhan (BRU) 33.10,  3. Bryhoth Alarick (Sab/MAS) 32.04;

J T               (19):  Willary Christen Unin (Sab/MAS) 47.87,  2. Selvister Jamud (Sab/MAS) 47.52,  3. Imas Pambudi Winada (Kal-T/INA) 45.40;

4x100m        (19):  Kalimantan Barat Team (INA) 42.6h,  2. Sarawak Team (MAS) 42.8h,  3. Sabah Team (MAS) 43.1h;

4x400m        (20):  Sabah Team (MAS) 3:24.8h,  2. Sarawak Team (MAS) 3:27.5h,  3. Brunei Team (BRU) 3:31.6h;

WOMEN
100m           (20):  Elice Grenggori (Sab/MAS) 12.3h,  2. Stefbilce Sandy Stephen (Sab/MAS) 12.5h,  3. Fatin Sarah Nabila Ismail (BRU) 12.9h;

200m           (19):  Elice Grenggori (Sab/MAS) 25.7h,  2. Maziah Mahusin (BRU) 26.3h,  3. Nurshima Chong (Sab/MAS) 26.7h;

400m           (19):  Nurshima Chong (Sab/MAS) 59.0h,  2. Rosalia Passi (Sab/MAS) 59.8h,  3. Maziah Mahusin (BRU) 61.1h;

800m           (20):  Norhalizah Mungkit (Sab/MAS) 2:31,  2.  Eyeze Grenggori (Sab/MAS) 2:33,  3. Leong Shi Yee (BRU) 2:42;

1500m         (19):  Nur Aisyah Ahmat (Sar/MAS/94) 5:17,  2. Eyeze Grenggori (Sab/MAS) 5:25,  3. Norhalizah Mungkit (Sab/MAS) 5:30;

3000m         (20):  Nur Aisyah Ahmat (Sar/MAS/94) 11:08,  2. Joeviana Joe (Sab/MAS) 13:14,  3. Eris Yam (Sab/MAS) 13:51;

L J               (19):  Annalydia Tinggi (Sab/MAS/94) 5.12,  2. Nurul Atiqah Sukur (Sab/MAS/96) 5.12,  3. Rizka Fitriniathul (Kal-B/INA) 4.99;

T J               (19):  Ji Fedalliah Claritta Jaimin (Sab/MAS/96) 11.32,  2. Valerie Zinugin (Sab/MAS/97) 11.14,  3. Rizka Fitriniathul (Kal-B/INA) 10.93;

S P               (19):  Rose Herra Lim (Lab/MAS) 9.10,  2. Uanita Mandasari (Kal-T/INA) 8.47,  3. Rozaini Salma Md Said  (Sab/MAS) 8.43;

D T              (20):  Rose Herra Lim (Lab/MAS) 28.67,  2. Ji Fedalliah Claritta Jaimin (Sab/MAS/96) 21.56,  3. Rozaini Salma Md Said (Sab/MAS) 18.20;

J T               (19):  Ji Fedalliah Claritta Jaimin (Sab/MAS/96)  31.83,  2. Juanita Mandasari (Kal-T/INA) 30.08,  3. Rizka Fitriniathul (Kal-B) 6.28 ?!;

4x100m        (19):  Sabah Team (MAS) 49.1h,  2. Sarawak Team (MAS) 51.6h,  3. Brunei Team (BRU) 58.8h;


4x400m        (20):  Sabah Team (MAS) 4:13.1h,  2. Sarawak Team (MAS) 4:21.6h,  3. Brunei Team (BRU) 4:24.1h;

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Results Kuala Lumpur Marathon 2013

Kuala Lumpur Marathon (29 September 2013) 
-official (and deep/detailed) results will be announced/included in the next Malaysian Athletics Results (no 10).

MEN
Marathon
1. Kennedy Kiproo Lilan KEN 2:19:01 - USD 17,500.00
2. Chelimo Luka Kipkemboi KEN 2:19:35 - USD 7,500.00
3. Kosgei Robert Kilagat KEN 2:19:50 - USD 5,000.00
4. Nelson Kirwa Rotich KEN 2:20:02
5. Linus Kipkosgei Maiyo KEN 2:20:12
6. Paul Katisa Matheka KEN 2:20:19
7. Abiyot Guta Duguma ETH 2:20:45
8. Teshome Gelana Etana ETH 2:20:45
9. Charles Mwai Kanyao KEN 2:23:10
10. Ngare Joseph Mwangi KEN 2:24:21

Marathon / National
1. Fabian Osmond Daimon 2:41:55
2. Shaharudin Hashim 2:45:28
3. Lim Kien Mau 2:47:53
4. Lili Suhairi Mohd Yang Ghazali 2:48:13
5. Ow Yong Jin Kuang 2:53:50
6. Mohd Syahidan Alias 2:54:12
7. Mohamad Affindi Nudin 2:55:00
8. Jaya Kumar s/o Ramasamy 2:59:33
9. Sahrizan Ahmad MAS 3:05:22
10. Tai Yee Kit 3:07:47

Marathon /Veterans (40+)
1. Charles Kimingi Thaiya KEN 2:42:42
2. Philip Chichir Lagat KEN 2:51:59
3. Luc Bodart AUS 2:52:54
4. Prasoet Phaisan THA 2:59:36
5. Ng Heng Cheon SIN 3:17:05

Half Marathon / Open
1. Berbard Mwendia Muthoni KEN 1:07:26
2. Peter Keter KEN 1:07:45
3. James Munyi Maregu KEN 1:08:18
4. David Kiptanui Chepkwony KEN 1:08:43
5. Serem Keneth Kipkosgei KEN 1:09:13
6. Mike Keter KEN 1:11:00 ...(update: obviously a Kenyan, not Malaysian)
7. Dennis Mulwa Isika KEN 1:19:04
8. Asantha Kristiy SRI 1:26:57
9. Tang Adrian AUS 1:29:19
10. Huguenot Herve FRA 1:30:31

Half Marathon / Veterans (40+)
1. Baskaran s/o Kuppusamy MAS 1:21:23
2. Khir Salleh MAS 1:24:30
3. Michael Fung Sze Yuen HKG 1:29:31
4. Ng Say Heong MAS 1:31:08
5. Pattana Charoenrit THA 1:33:41

10 KM (10.6km) / Open
1. Kawarai Tsukasa JPN 34:00
2. Koech Walter Kiptanui KEN 34:36
3. Simion Kipkorir Ruto KEN 35:27
4. Mizukoshi Tomohiro JPN 38:53
5. Andri Dauni MAS 39:27
6. Anphananthan Gunasegaran MAS 40:56
7. Muhamad Syafiq Shamsul Bahri MAS 41:31
8. Tanakendiran s/o Sumudam MAS 41:40
9. Mohammad Ismail Mohd Radzi MAS 41:53
10. Wong Jiunn Jye MAS 43:03

10 KM (10.6km) / Veterans (40+)
1. Casey Lim Khon Seng MAS 41:04
2. Ramakrishnan s/o Manikan MAS 41:55
3. Ong Chin MAS 42:28
4. Chua Pay Wen MAS 43:35
5. Pries Chuah Chong Fu MAS 43:44
6. Frankie Tan Eng Huat MAS 44:30

WOMEN
Marathon
1. Rose Chekurui Kosegi KEN 2:41:05 - USD 17,500.00
2. Viola Chepleting Bor KEN 2:41:26 -USD 7,500.00
3. Rose Kerubo Nyangacha KEN 2:42:31 - USD 5,000.00
4. Eshetu Alemnesh Habtemikael ETH 2:45:45
5. Njuguna Margeret Wangui KEN 2:46:05
6. Mildred Chebosis Kiminy KEN 2:47:33
7. Viola Chelangat Kimetto KEN 2:49:46
8. Jemila Wortesa Shure ETH 2:51:31
9. Desta Girma Tadesse ETH 2:57:56
10. Phylis Jelagat Chepkonga KEN 2:58:58

Marathon / National
1. Yuan Yufang 3:37:16
2. Loh Chooi Fern 3:37:34
3. Choong Swee Ying 3:38:43
4. Ling Mee Eng 3:41:37
5. Yee Pei Ni 3:42:25
6. Jessica Tang Mei Lee 3:50:06
7. Goh Kim Hong Maggie 3:52:46
8. Chew Lay Ling 3:58:11
9. Yap Hah Chin 3:58:26
10. Judy Liew Ye Ling 3:59:36

Marathon / Veterans (40+)
1. Chothit Kan-Uam THA 3:23:17
2. Julie Foreman GBR 3:26:35
3. Jane Kanizay AUS 3:36:07
4. Choong Swee Ying MAS 3:38:43
5. Yuka Takehiro JPN 3:41:02
6. Ling Mee Eng MAS 3:41:37
7. Nengsih Samadi INA 3:46:30
8. Li Mung Lan HKG 3:46:50
9. Yasuko Hosotani JPN 3:51:00
10. Maggie Goh Kim Hong MAS 3:52:46

Half Marathon / Open
1. Ann Mukuhi Njihia KEN 1:17:04
2. Jackline Musyawa Nzivo KEN 1:19:03
3. Viola Jelagat KEN 1:19:27
4. Viola Jepchirchir Kimeli KEN 1:24:07
5. Felista Wambui Kariuki KEN 1:27:25
6. Njoroge Alice Kabura KEN 1:27:25
7. Ailyn M.Arjona PHI 1:45:54
8. Ashley Jones GBR 1:53:05
9. Michelle Grainger GBR 1:53:05 (same time as above)
10. Tan Chin Chin MAS 1:53:39

Half Marathon / Veterans (40+)
1. Emer GBR 1:38:17
2. Rachel Ellen Pepper NZL 1:41:37
3. Anne Lee Khum Chiew MAS 1:48:15
4. Yap Wai Mun MAS 1:59:26
5. Phatchanee THA 1:59:31

10 KM (10.6km) / Open
1. Carolyne Chepkwony KEN 39:33
2. Lim Hooi Kheng MAS 49:19
3. Michelle Anne Tibagacay PHI 49:58
4. Karen Geh Cheng Hoon MAS 52:03
5. Chen Shuih Woei MAS 52:11
6. Akemi Hoshi-Maikranz GER 53:45
7. Law Chee Yong (MAS) 54:51
8. Huiyoong Yong (AUS) 55:27
9. Wan Noor Mahirah Majidin MAS 55:32
10. Fatihah Syahril MAS 55:34

10 KM (10.6km) / Veterans (40+)
1. Chong Ah Tin MAS 50:59
2. Lai Yook Ching MAS 53:25
3. Wendy Wong Siew Seng MAS 53:40
4. Tsukagoshi Akiko JPN 56:03
5. Angela Karuga KEN 56:06
6. Yee Yoke Lan MAS 57:14

Facts and Figures

Total prize money - USD 110,000.00
Total -participants (all events/distances) - 33,630 (highest so far for a road race in Malaysia)



NOTE: these info are taken from official website: http://www.kl-marathon.com

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Results Vietnam Athletics Championships 2013

>> September 29, 2013

The recently concluded Vietnam National Athletics Championships gives some indication that Vietnamese track and field athletes may likely to collect not less than 10 Gold medals in the 27th SEA Games at Myanmar in December. The likes of Pham Van Lam (long jump), Nguyen Van Hue (Decathlon), Nguyen Thi Huyen (400mh), Truong Thi Thuy Kieu (3000m steeplechase) etc put their names on the top lists of Southeast Asian rankings to follow the footsteps of compatriots who have already among the SEA leaders for their events. Several national records were being renewed during the five days meet started 20th of September. Selected results as follows:

MEN
100m (23):
Nguyen Van Huynh (85) 10.66,  2. Tran Quoc Thuc (90) 10.67

800m (23):
Duong Van Thai (92) 1:50.75

5000m (22):
Nguyen Van Lai (86) 14:50.10

3000m St (23):
Pham Tien San (91) 9:13.76

400m H (22):
Dao Xuan Cuong (88) 51.90

High Jump (22):
Lu Be Can (88) 2.10;

Long Jump (22):
Pham Van Lam (92) 7.73 National record

Shot Put (22):
Tran Minh Tuan 15.11

20km W (20):
Nguyen Thanh Ngung 1:37:17

4x200m (22):
Nam Dinh Team 1:25:54 National record

WOMEN
100m (23):
Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tham (90) 11.96

800m (23):
Do Thi Thao (92) 2:08.76

3000m St (22):
Truong Thi Thuy Kieu (96) 10:34.31

400m H (22):
Nguyen Thi Huyen (93)  58.47,  2. Nguyen Thi Oanh (96) 58.50

High Jump (23):
Pham Thi Dim (90) 1.85,  2. Duong Thi Viet Anh (90) 1.85

Long Jump (23):
Bui Thi Thu Thao (92) 5.99

Triple Jump (25):
Tran Hue Hoa 13.95 National record

Javelin (23):
Bui Thi Xuan (89) 50.48 National record

20km W (20):
Nguyen Thi Thanh Phuc 1:44:41

4x200m (22):
An Giang Team 1:36.25 National record

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Islamic Solidarity Games Athletics Results

3rd Islamic Solidarity Games - Athletics Results

Athletics Results DAY 4/5 (20 September 2013)
-view DAY 1, DAY 2 , DAY 3

MEN
110mh (28) / +0.2:
1. Amir Shaker (IRQ) 13.89,  2. Abdulaziz Al-Mandeel (KUW) 13.89,  3. Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian (MAS) 13.97,  4. Yaqcub M.AM.A. (KUW) 14.00,  5. Ramli Ibrahim Kareem (IRQ) 14.17,  6. Mohd Robani Hassan (MAS) 14.18,  7. Mustafa Gunes (TUR) 14.46,  8. Ramy? Gharsally (TUN) 14.69;

P V (28):
1. Cheaouri Mouhcine (MAR) 5.10,  2. Mohammad Mohsen (IRI) 5.00,  3. Mohamed Amine (TUN) 4.90,  4. Iskandar Alwi (MAS) 4.90,  5=. Hussain Asim (KSA) 4.60,  5=. Henri Setiawan (INA) 4.60,  7. Fahad Almershad (KUW) 4.60,  8. Alim H.A.E. (KUW) 4.60;

T J (28):
1. Tarik Bouguetaib (MAR) 16.29,  2. Yusuf Salman (BAH) 15.90,  3. Azkin (TUR) 15.75;

20,000m Walk (29):
1, Mabrook Saleh Mohamed (QAT) 1:31:26,  2. Hakmal Lisauda (INA) 1:34:23,  3. Gabriel Ngnintadem (CMR) 1:39:52,  4. Khairil Harith Harun (MAS) 1:42:57

4x100m (28):
1. Oman Team (Fahad Khamis, Barakat Al-Harthi, Abdullah Said, Moh Al-Sadi) 39.72,
2. Saudi Arabia Team (Bandar Atiyah, Fahhad Muhamed, Humod Ali, Ahmed Faiz) 40.20,
3. Indonesia Team (Yaspy Bobi, Sapwaturrahman, Fadlin, Iswandi) 40.37,
4. Malaysia Team (Anchois Aron, Mohd Shahmimi Azmi, Harith Ammar Mohd Sobri, Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian) 40.43;

4x400m (28):
1. Saudi Arabia Team (Esmaeel, Mohammed, Mazen, Yousef ) 3:03.70,
2. Turkey Team (Batuhan, Halit, Mehmet, Ilham) 3:06.43
3. Algeria Team 3:09.04


WOMEN
1500m (28):
1. Arafi Rabbab (MAR) 4:19.27,  2. Hilali Siham (MAR) 4:19.79,  3. Betlhem Desa Bela. (UAE) 4:20.93,  4. Belete Gebregeior (BRN) 4:21.10,  5. Esma Aydemir (TUR) 4:21.49,  6. Elif Karabulut (TUR) 4:21.94,  7. Shumi Regasa (BRN) 4:27.28,  8. Fatima Raya (SYR) 4:45.71,  9. Ganthimathi Kumarasamy (MAS) 4:45.99,  10. Lismawati Ilang (INA) 4:50.03,  11. Alika Morgan (GUY) 5:01.84;

100mh (28) / +0.7:
1. Dedeh Erawati (INA) 13.54,  2. Yamina Hjaji (MAR) 13.96,  3. Raja Nursheena Raja Azhar (MAS) 13.98,  4. Lhabze Lamiae (MAR) 14.17,  5. Emilia Nova (INA) 14.41,  6. Sema Apak (TUR) 14.47,  7. Buthaina Eid Hamood (OMA) 14.47;

J T (28):
1. Eki Febri (INA) 34.37,  2. Hiba Hamood (OMA) 33.03,  3. Najjar (TUN) 30.60

4x400m (28):
1. Morocco Team (Grioui, Lhabze, Akkaoui, Lambarki) 3:38.56
2. Turkey Team (Ozge, Birsen, Osma, Sema) 3:53.26
4. Oman Team 4:30.09

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Athletics results 3rd Islamic Solidarity Games Palembang 2013

>> September 28, 2013

Track and Field Results - 3rd Islamic Solidarity Games, Palembang Indonesia 2013
Highlights:
-nineteen-year-old Fahad Muhammad Al-Subaie ran a new Saudi Arabian National junior record of 20.74 to win the men's 200m;
-Iran's Maryam Toosi takes her 2nd Gold from 200m, after winning the century dash in the first day;
-Jackie Wong Siew Cheer broke the 20-year-old Malaysian hammer throw record in a distance of 59.53, over one metre improvement to previous NR (58.52)  held by Wong Tee Kue set in Singapore;
-final results (day 3) as follows;

DAY 3 (27 September 2013)
DAY 1 , DAY 2

MEN
200m (27):
1. Fahad Muhammad Al-Subaie (KSA) 20.74, 2. Winston George (GUY) 20.77, 3. Reza Ghasemi (IRI) 20.96, 4. Idrissa Adam (CMR) 21.03, 5. Adama Jammeh (GAM) 21.34;

Heat 1 (+0.1):  1. Fahad Muhammad Al-Subaie 21.08,  2. Zghali Abdelghani (MAR) 21.42,  3. Erkin Ozkan (TUR) 21.88;

Heat 2 (+0.3):  Winston George (GUY) 20.89,  2. Barakat Al-Harthi (OMA) 21.03,  3. Mazen Mawtan Al-Yase (KSA) 21.58,  4. Mohamed Salim (LIB) 21.92,  5. Ali Hasan Al Jassin (QAT) 22.19;

Heat 4 (+1.2):  Idrissa Adam (CAM) 20.80,  2. Reza Ghasemi (IRN) 21.06,  3. Vadim Ryabikhin (AZE) 21.81,  4. Khalifa Ibrahim (UAE) 22.13;

Heat 5 (-0.2):  Adama Jammeh (GAM) 21.36,  2. Abdullah Said (OMA) 21.59,  3. Abubaker Tawerghi (LIB) 22.49;

5000m (27):
1. Hayle Ibrahimov (AZE) 14:03.12, 2. Ali Kaya (TUR) 14:04.59, 3. El Goumri Othmane (MAR) 14:07.59, 4. Regassa Mootumaa (BRN) 14:09.34, 5. Abdullah Aziz (KSA) 14:45.47, 6. Aboud Rabah (ALG) 14:48.48;

400MH (27):
1. Abdelmalik Lahoulou (ALG) 50.96, 2. Mehmet Guzel (TUR) 51.66, 3. Andrian (INA) 51.82, 4. Saud Abdelkarim (UAE) 52.32, 5. Ali Obaid Shirook (UAE) 52.43, 6. Muhamad Firdaus Mazalan-II (MAS) 53.71;

H T (27):
1. Mostafa Hicham El Gamal (EGY) 77.73, 2. Ali Mohamed Al-Zankawi (KUW) 76.68, 3. Dmitriy Marshin (AZE) 70.52, 4. Hassan Mohamed Abdel Gawad (EGY) 70.18, 5. Kaveh Mousavi (IRI) 68.01, 6. Driss Barid (MAR) 67.30, 7. Jackie Wong Siew Cheer (MAS) 59.53 National Record, 8. Frans Cornelles (INA) 49.83;

J T (27):
1. Ihab Abdelrahman El Sayed (EGY) 78.96, 2. Fatih Avan (TUR) 78.15, 3. Ahmed Elshabram (EGY) 69.02, 4. Khamis Ghabish (OMA) 62.99, 5. Abdullah A.J.A. (KUW) 62.28, 6. Ali Mohammed (KSA) 58.89;

WOMEN
200m (27):
1. Maryam Toosi (IRI) 23.72, 2. Komalam Shally Selveratnam (MAS) 25.16, 3. Abir Barkaoui (TUN) 25.47, 4. Shinoonsa Saleh (OMA) 26.09, 5. Salina Ozyurt (TUR) 26.26;

5000m (27):
1. Maryam Yusuf Jamal (BRN) 16:15.70, 2. Betlhem Desalegn Belayneh (UAE) 16:16.84, 3. Layes Abdullayeva (AZE) 16:49.08, 4. Alika Morgan (GUY) 19:07.84;

400mh (27):
1. Hayat Lambarki (MAR) 57.92, 2. Lamiae Lhabz (MAR) 58.16, 3. Ozge Akin (TUR) 59.44, 4. Birsen Engin (TUR) 60.01;

P V (27):
1. Buse Arikazan (TUR) 3.95, 2. Elmas Seda Fortuna (TUR) 3.85, 3. Dinar Nisrin (MAR) 3.85, 4. Dorra Mahfoudhi (TUN) 3.65;

T J (28):
1. Yekaterina Sariyeva (AZE) 13.28, 2. Chnaik Jamaa (MAR) 12.99, 3. Bakhechi Jihad (MAR) 12.98;


Results DAY 1, DAY 2 
Compiled by Jad Adrian, ATFS


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Track and Field Results 3rd Islamic Solidarity Games, Palembang Indonesia 2013

>> September 27, 2013

3rd Islamic Solidarity Games - Athletics Results, Palembang Indonesia (25 - 29 September 2013
-highlights:
-ASIAN leader mark achieved in the men's 800m by Abdulaziz Ladan Mohamed of Saudi Arabia in a time of 1:43.86;
-Iran's Ehsan Hadadi achieved his third 66m performance this year by throwing 66.03 in discus throw;
-sixteen-year-old Fatima Ghassan Rayya improved her Syrian National record of the 3000m steeplechase by nearly 30 seconds;

Results DAY 2 (26 September 3013)
Day 1, Day 3

MEN
400m (26):
1. Youssef Ahmed Al-Masrahi (KSA) 45.18, 2. Winston George (GUY) 46.10, 3. Larabi Miloud (ALG) 46.26, 4. Ismael Mohamed Al-Sabyani (KSA) 46.28, 5. Halit Kilig (TUR) 46.96, 6. Abdul Salam Ali Abu (LBA) 47.79, 7. Abdul Rahim (CMR) 48.11, 8. Hassan Aman Salmeen (QAT) 49.69;

800m (26):
1. Abdulaziz Ladan Mohamed (KSA) 1:43.86, 2. Abdelrahman Musaeb Bala (QAT) 1:44.19, 3. Ilham Tanui Ozbilen (TUR) 1:45.65, 4. Nader Bel Hanbel (MAR) 1:47.81, 5. Kamel Saad Youssef (BRN) 1:48.27, 6. Yassine Hethat (ALG) 1:49.55, 7. Tarek Eshebli (LBA) 1:50.10, 8. Jamma Samir (MAR) 1:53.13;

3000 St (26):
1. Tarik Langat Akdag (TUR) 8:28.79, 2. Hamid Ezzine (MAR) 8:37.46, 3. Tarek Mubarak Taher (BRN) 8:44.20, 4. Ahmad Faroud (IRI) 8:48.70, 5. Hicham Bouchicha (ALG) 8:48.71, 6. Saeed Abbad Al Thamali (KSA) 8:56.27, 7. Maaz Abdelrahamn (QAT) 9:02.10, 8. Ahmad Luth Hamizan (MAS) 9:54.47;

L J (26):
1. Ahmed Faiz Marzouk (KSA) 7.80, 2. Mohammad Arzandeh (IRI) 7.70, 3. Saleh A.A.S.A. (KUW) 7.66, 4. Jassim Mohammad (KSA) 7.63, 5. Mohamed Gawy (EGY) 7.61, 6. Alper Kulaksiz (TUR) 7.44, 7. Noval Kurniawan (INA) 7.38, 8. Rikwan Welerubun (INA) 7.16, 9. Mustafa Gunes (TUR) 6.98, 10. Eisa S.E.S.M Buha (KUW) 6.90, 11. Okot Vincent (UGA) 6.54;

D T (26):
1. Ehsan Hadadi (IRI) 66.03, 2. Mohammad Samimi (IRI) 62.15, 3. Irfan Yildirim (TUR) 59.97, 4. Ercument Olgundeniz (TUR) 58.77, 5. Sultan Mubarak Al-Dawoodi (KSA) 58.76, 6. Yasser Farag (EGY) 56.01, 7. Haider Jabreen (IRQ) 55.75, 8. Elsa Zankawi (KUW) 54.10, 9. Ali Khalifa Ali (LBA) 53.81, 10. Hesham Shalaby (EGY) 49.62, 11. Taufik Nurahman (INA) 49.62 (same as 10th);

WOMEN
400m (26):
1. Malika Akkaoui (MAR) 53.19, 2. Grioui Hasna (MAR) 54.88, 3. Mariatu Suma (SLE) 55.27, 4. Birsen Engin (TUR) 55.35, 5. Abir Barkaoui (TUN) 56.84, 6. Shafa Mammadova (AZE) 58.82, 7. Camara Mariama (GUI) 65.61;

800m (26):
1. Malika Akkaoui (MAR) 2:06.97, 2. Hilali Siham (MAR) 2:07.29, 3. Tugba Koyuncu (TUR) 2:09.17, 4. Shumi Regasa (BRN) 2:11.08, 5. Ganthimathi Kumarasami (MAS) 2:15.32, 6. Lismawati Ilang (INA) 2:17.36;

10,000m (26):
1. Shitaye Eshete Habtegebrel (BRN) 32:35.78, 2. Kenza Dahmani (ALG) 33:06.41, 3. Alia Saeed Mohamed (UAE) 33:44.12;

3000 St (26):
1. Amina Bettiche (ALG) 10:05.63, 2. Elif Karabulut (TUR) 10:07.79, 3. Salima El Ouali (MAR) 10:08.06, 4. Fatima Ghassan Rayya (SYR) 11:17.79 National Record;

H J (26):
1. Bursu YĆ¼ksel (TUR) 1.80, 2. Sevim Sinmez Serbest (TUR) 1.65, 3. Marwa Najjar (TUN) 1.65;

S P (26):
1. Leyla Rajabi (IRI) 17.02, 2. Eki Febri Ekawati (INA) 14.00 (?), 3. Elcin Kaya (TUR) 13.21, 4. Dewi Lantari (INA) 12.78, 5. Raghad Nabil A.Z (OMA) 11.06;

Results DAY 1, DAY 3
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3rd Islamic Solidarity Games, Palembang Indonesia 2013 - Athletics Results

>> September 26, 2013

3rd Islamic Solidarity Games 2013 - Athletics Results
-highlights:
-Iran's Maryam Toosi outclassed the women's 100m field in a National record time of 11.67s;
-Iran's Reza Ghazemi crowned sprint king of the 3rd Islamic Solidarity Games in Palembang;
-results DAY 1 (25 September 2013) as follows;

MEN
100m (25) / 0.0:
Reza Ghasemi (IRI) 10.29, 2. Barakat Al-Harthi (OMA) 10.34,  3. Fahhad Muhamad Alsuba. (KSA) 10.37,  4. Adam Idrisa (CMR)10.47,  5. Amr Seoud (EGY) 10.56,  6.  Adama Jammah (GAM) 10.59,  7. Cumali Umutcan (TUR) 10.59,  8. Abdelghani Zhgali (MAR) 10.69;

Heat1 (-0.8): Barakat Al-Harthi (OMA) 10.50,  2. Amr Seoud (EGY) 10.75,  3. Eid Al Kuwari (QAT) 11.16,  4. Eisa Alyouhah (KUW) 11.17;

Heat 2 (-0.2):  Reza Ghasemi (IRN) 10.54,  2. Abdelghani Zhgali (MAR) 10.70,  3. Cumali Umutcan (TUR) 10.72,  4. Kaabi Bandar Atiyah (KSA) 10.81,  5. Mohamad Salim (LIB) 10.87,  6. Mohd Shahmimi Azmi (MAS) 10.88;

Heat 3 (-1.5):  Adam Idrisa (CMR) 10.51,  2. Fahhad Muhamad Alsuba. (KSA) 10.53,  3. Adama Jammah (GAM) 10.66,  4. Harith Ammar Mohd Sobri (MAS) 10.92;

10000m (25):
1. Ali Kaya (TUR) 29:36.64

H J (25):
1. Keyvan Ghanbarzadeh (IRI) 2.20, 2. Majid Eldein Ghazal (SYR) 2.20, 3. Nauraj Singh Randhawa (MAS) 2.18, 4. Muamer Aissa Barsham (QAT) 2.16, 5. Hashim Esa Oqayba (KSA) 2.16, 6. Djoumessi Fernand (CMR) 2.14, 7. Nawaf Ahmed Al Yami (KSA) 2.11, 8. Kavee Alagan Anpalagan (MAS) 2.05, 9. Serhat Nirinci (TUR) 2.05;

S P (25):
1. Sultan Ab-Hebshi (KSA) 18.65, 2. Meshari Suroor Saad (KUW) 18.59, 3. Huseyin Atici TUR 18.56,  4. Hesham Shalaby (EGY) 17.79,  5. Yasser Farag (EGY) 17.23,  6. Adi Alifuddin Hussin (MAS) 16.18,  7. Krishna Wayu Permana (INA) 15.06,  8. Camara Amadou (GUI) 10.44;

WOMEN
100m (25) / -0.3:
1. Maryam Toosi (IRI) 11.67 National Record, 2. Nimet Karakus (TUR) 12.11, 3. Komalam Shally Selveratnam (MAS) 12.11, 4. Salina Ozyurt (TUR) 12.29,  5. Valeriya Balyenina (AZE) 12.34;

Heat 1 (-0.3):  1. Komalam Shally d/o Selveratnam (MAS) 12.38,  2. Nimet Karakus (TUR) 12.41,  3. Valeriya Balyanina (AZE) 12.66,  4. Maroon Khalfan Saleh (OMA) 12.86;

Heat 2 (-1.0): 1. Maryam Toosi 12.30, 2. Salina Ozyurt (TUR) 12.45, 3. Gamba Mildred Priscil (UGA) 12.95;

LJ (25):
1. Chnaik Jamaa (MAR) 5.95, 2. Bakhechi Jihad (MAR) 5.89,  3. Sema Apek (TUR) 5.71,  4.

D T (25):
1. Elcin Kaya (TUR) 53.33, 2. Dwi Ratnawati (INA) 47.14, 3. Raghad Nabil (OMA) 29.64;

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Results DAY 2, DAY 3, DAY 4, DAY 5

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ASIAN School Track and Field Championships - RESULTS

>> September 22, 2013

1st ASIAN School Track and Field Championships, Kuantan, Malaysia.

Medal Tally
MALAYSIA        12 + 14 + 10     = 36
INDIA              12 + 11 + 6       = 29
THAILAND        10 + 5 + 3         = 18
SRI LANKA         4 + 6 + 10       = 20
HONG KONG       1 + 2 + 3         = 6
CHINA                1 + 1 + 6         = 8
PHILIPPINES       0 + 1 + 1         = 2
MACAU                0 + 0 + 1         = 1
BRUNEI               no medals

Results DAY 1 , DAY 2, DAY 3
Results DAY 4 (final day)

BOYS
3000m steeplechase
1. Saranraj Sivamani (MAS) 10:11.64,  2. W.B.M. Samaraweera (SRI) 10:14.19,  3. Natthaphong Ramkhwan (THA) 10:24.99,  4. Amirul Hakim Johari (MAS) 10:45.27,  5. W.M.H.M. Weerasinghe (SRI) 11:11.20;

400m hurdles
1. Thanawut Nunchan (THA) 53.78,  2. Muhamad Ammar Zakuan Zanuar (MAS) 55.10,  3. R.D.A. Vidusanka (SRI) 55.17,  4. A.M. Hasinthaka Dayan (SRI) 56.88,  5. Lee Chin Ting (HKG) 57.40,  6. Fung Kin Lok (HKG) 57.80,  7. Ramanpreet Singh (IND) 59.83,  8. Lei Un Fong (MAC) 64.76;

4x400 metres
1. Malaysia Team (Badrul Hisyam Abdul Manap, Mohd Firdaus Kimleh, Kwong Kar Jun, Muhammad Azam Masri) 3:16.16,
2. Thailand Team (Pooriphat Kaijun, Teerapong Sunthanon, Jirayut Kaemekha, Thanawut Nunchan) 3:19.94,
3. Sri Lanka Team (L.K. Yomal Ravisara, W. Sathira Shanaka, R.M..K.D. Rathnayake, Vinura Lakmal) 3:21.14,
4. China Team (Jin Ri, Shi Chaowen, Zhou Yixuan, Li Fengxu) 3:22.05,
5. India Team (Ramanpreet Singh, Rahul Harveer Singh, Rahul Kumar Jay Parkash, Mohammed Afsal Pulikkalakath) 3:26.20,
6. Hong Kong Team (Fung Kin Lok, Yeung Chi Ho, Lee Chin Ting, Leung King Hung) 3:29.87;

GIRLS
2000m steeplechase
1. A.M.M.P. Abeysinghe (SRI) 7:41.89,  2. Nik Norzilawatie Nik Wil (MAS) 7:47.24,  3. Faradilah Raznie (MAS) 8:26.61;

400m hurdles
1. Jisha Veendakunnu Velayudhan (IND) 65.69,  2. Lam Christy Ho Yan (HKG) 66.05,  3. Zhang Ge (CHN) 70.22,  4. Du Xinran (CHN) 71.67,  5. Siti Nur Afiqah Abdul Razak (MAS) 82.73,  DNF: Leung Hoi Yin (HKG);

High Jump
1. Sapna Burman (IND) 1.69,  2. Yap Sean Yee (MAS) 1.66,  3. Wong Yuen Nam (HKG) 1.66,  4. N.K.P. Jayamali Gunaratna (SRI) 1.66,  5. Liu Zixuan (CHN) 1.63,  6. Ieong Weng Lam (MAC) 1.50;

Triple Jump
1. Noor Shahidatun Nadia Mohammad Zuki (MAS) 13.01/-0.5 (X, 13.01/-0.5, X, 12.99/-1.7, 12.74/-1.2, 12.80/+0.7),  2. Rochelle Maria Macfarlane (IND) 12.64/-0.5,  3. H.D.V. Lakshani (SRI) 12.63/-1.3,  4. Kirthana Ramasamy (MAS) 12.49/-1.1,  5. Jenimol Joy (IND) 12.46/-2.3;

Shot Put
1. Meghana Devanga Bal Krishna (IND) 12.91,  2. Areerat Intadis (THA) 12.81,  3. Bibi Nuraishah Ishak (MAS) 12.64,  4. Grace Wong Xiu Mei (MAS) 10.78,  5. Zhang Jiyou (CHN) 9.42;

4x400 metres
1. India Team (Jisha Veendakunnu Velayudi, Babitha Chukkanmarthodi, Chitra Palakeezh, Unnikrishnan, Anjana Thamke) 3:53.88,
2. Sri Lanka Team (R.M.R.K. Rathnayake, M.O. Udayangani, A.H.M.P. Abeysinghe, P.K.C.D. Pallewatte) 3:55.72,
3. Thailand Team (Wanwisa Kongthong, Sureewan Runan, Chamaiphon, Thongsuk, Thanphimon Kaeodi) 3:58.56,
4. Malaysia Team (Kang Woan Yi, Savinder Kaur Joginder Singh, Faradilah Raznie, Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusuf) 4:01.45,
5. China Team (He Dandan, Du Xinran, Zhag Ge, He Miaoge) 4:02.77,
6. Hong Kong Team (Lau Cheuk Yan Samantha, Chan Yee Ki, Lam Christy Ho Yan, Poon Hang Wai) 4:12.35;



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Results ASIAN Schools Athletics Championships 2013

>> September 21, 2013

1st ASIAN Schools Track and Field Championships 2013, Kuantan, Malaysia.

Results DAY 1 , DAY 2
Results (Day 3)

BOYS
400 metres
Final
1. Jaturong Chimruang (THA) 48.30,  2. Mohd Firdaus Kimleh (MAS) 49.21,  3. Kwong Kar Jun (MAS) 49.34,  4. Li Fengxu (CHN) 49.60,  5. Leung King Hung (HKG) 50.14,  6. W. Sathira Shanaka (SRI) 51.78,  7. Lee Chin Ting (HKG) 55.57, DQ 162.7): R.M.G.K.D. Rathnayake (SRI);

Heat 1
1. Jaturong Chimruang (THA) 48.85,  2. Kwong Kar Jun (MAS) 49.25,  3. Li Fengxu (CHN) 49.54,  4. W.Sathira Shanaka (SRI) 49.64,  5. Leung King Hung (HKG) 49.74,  6. Lam Ion Sang (MAC) 52.73;

Heat 2
1. Mohd Firdaus Kimleh (MAS) 49.36,  2. Lee Chin Ting (HKG) 49.98,  3. R.M.G.K.D. Rathnayake (SRI) 51.99,  4. Zhou Yixuan (CHN) 52.22,  5. Lei Un Fong (MAC) 53.90,  6 Vitsanu Phosri (THA) 53.94;

1500 metres
1. Mohammed Afsal Pulikkalakath Muhammed Basheer (IND) 3:58.34,  2. Rahul Harveer Singh (IND) 3:59.84,  3. Saranraj Sivamani (MAS) 4:01.88,  4. B.A. Sandaruwan (SRI) 4:03.45,  5. Jeeventhiran Victor Ravinthran (MAS) 4:09.21,  6. Hideo Harry Loasby (HKG) 4:10.12,  7. G.H. Charuka Kushantha (SRI) 4:28.59,  8. Nattha[hong Ramkhwan (THA) 4:34.85;

110 m hurdles
Final (-1.5)
1. Thanawut Nunchan (THA) 14.47,  2. Muhamad Ammar Zakuan Zanuar (MAS) 14.64,  3. Fung Kin Lok (HKG) 14.64,  4. Nasimudheen Manamkandath Noorudheen (IND) 14.94,  5. Cheang Chan Fai (MA) 15.51;

Long Jump
1. Vinura Lakmal (SRI) 7.21/0.0,  2. Bikramjit Singh (IND) 7.14/0.0,  3. Lau Kin Hei (HKG) 6.88/0.0,  4. Yang Zi Xian (MAC) 6.57/0.0,  5. Abin Babychan (IND) 6.55/+0.5,  6. Nik Fariezal Erman Ni Ab Hadi (MAS) 6.55/-0.8,  7. Tam Chon Lok (MAC) 6.48/-0.5,  8. Chan Yan Ting (HKG) 6.36/-1.1,  9. Muhamad Qayum Mohamad Izlan (MAS) 5.97/0.0,  10. Zhu Xiaoda (CHN) 5.41/0.0,  11. Jin Ri (CHN) 5.09/0.0;

Hammer Throw 
1. Phiraphon Chitpho (THA) 51.33,  2. Jackson Wong Cheun Young (MAS) 48.64,  3. Raphael Asun (MAS) 24.58;

4x100 metres
1. Malaysia Team (Badrul Hisyam Abdul Manap, Nirosh Kumar Nathan, Muhammad Azam Masri, Nixson Kennedy) 41.14,
2. Hong Kong Team (Wong Wai Kin, Lee Chin Ting, Leung King Hung, Kong Hiu Wah) 42.55,
3. Sri Lanka Team (W.Sathira Shanaka, Vinura Lakmal, L.K. Yomal Ravisara, A.A. Samith Lakmal) 42.58,
4. Thailand Team (Jirayut Kaemekha, Jaturong Chimruang, Teerapong Sunthanon, Pooriphat Kaijun) 42.83,
5. India Team (Amit Inder Singh, Nasimudheen Manamkandath, Rahul Kumar Jay Parkash, Soumya Deep Saha) 42.93,
6. China Team (Fu Jiankuan, Jin Ri, Shi Chaowen, Zhu Xiaoda) 43.05,
7. Macau Team (Tam Chon Lok, Cheang Chan Fai, Tang Cho Hin, Yang Zi Xian) 44.95;

GIRLS
400 metres
Final
1. Thanphimon Kaeodi (THA) 56.86,  2. Siti Nur Afiqah Abdul Razak (MAS) 57.12,  3. Sureewan Runan (THA) 57.94,  4. P.K.C.D. Pallewatte (SRI) 59.16,  5. Anjana Dhavalu Thamke (IND) 59.36,  6. Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusuf (MAS) 59.64,  7. M.O. Udayangani (SRI) 60.42,  8. Lam Christy Ho Yan (HKG) 61.72;

Heat 1
1. Thanphimon Kaeodi (THA) 58.48,  2. M.O. Udayangani (SRI) 58.86,  3. Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusof (MAS) 59.85,  4. Lau Cheuk Yan Samantha (HKG) 61.30,  5. Jisha Veendakunu Velayudhan (IND) 61.34,  6. He Miaoge (CHN) 62.13,  7. Hannah May amal Hasim (BRU) 65.20;

Heat 2
1. Siti Nur Afiqah Abdul Razak (MAS) 57.19,  2. Sureewan Runan (THA) 58.89,  3. P.C.K.D. Pallewatte (SRI) 59.14,  4. Anjana Dhavalu Ho Yan (HKG) 59.24,  5. Lam Christy Ho Yan (HKG) 59.79,  6. Zuo Bingyu (CHN) 64.35,  7. Chan Cheng Lam (MAC) 70.62,  8. Khairun Nadiah Khairul Amin (BRU) 72.87;

1500 metres
1. Chitra Palakeezh Unnikrishnan (IND) 4:39.11,  2. Sanjivani Baburao Jadhav (IND) 4:44.18,  3. A.M.M.P. Abeysinghe (SRI) 4:55.88,  4. Savinder Kaur Joginder Singh (MAS) 4:57.79,  5. K.N. Nishanthi Dilhani Fernando (SRI) 4:57.93,  6. Chan Yee Ki (HKG) 5:00.91,  7. Nik Norzilawatie Nik Wil (MAS) 5:07.08;

100 m hurdles
Final (-0.7)
1. Arya Thankamani Sudakaran (IND) 14.86,  2. Sukanya Klamak (THA) 15.00,  3. Ankita Sunil Gosavi (IND) 15.01,  4. Nur Amanina Tugimin (MAS) 15.08,  5. Leung Hoi Yin (HKG) 15.55,  6. Norris Foo (MAS) 15.98,  7. N.P.I. Thathsarani (SRI) 16.30,  8. K.A.I.I. Abeyrathne (SRI) 16.75;

Heat 1 (-2.4)
1. Sukanya Klamak (THA) 15.54,  2. Ankita Sunil Gosavi (IND) 15.77,  3. Leung Hoi Yin (HKG) 16.08,  4. K.A.I.I. Abeyrathne (SRI) 16.92,  5. Norris Foo (MAS) 18.42;

Heat 2 (-2.3)
1. Arya Thankamani Sudakaran (IND) 15.10,  2. Nur Amanina Tugimin (MAS) 15.32,  3. N.P.I. Thathsarani (SRI) 16.35,  4. Loi Im Lan (MAC) 19.54, DNF: Liu Zixuan (CHN);

Pole Vault
1. Nanthaka Raksawai (THA) 3.30,  2. Maria Jaison (IND) 3.10,  3. Emily Jean Obiena (PHI) 3.10,  4. Valerie Tan Ee Leen (MAS) 2.80;

Hammer Throw
1. Grace Wong Xiu Mei (MAS) 47.75,  2. Bibi Nuraishah Ishak (MAS)  29.86,  3. Sapna Burman (IND) 16.60;

4x100 metres
1. Thailand Team (Manichaya Wongdaeng, Chanisara Uthasing, Wanwisa Kongthong, Suwanun Khongthong) 47.29,
2. Sri Lanka Team (Shalinda Fernando, S.L. Sarangi Silva, Medani Wickramanayake, R.M.R.K. Rathnayake) 47.56,
3. China Team (Du Xinran, He Dandan, Meng Shihan, He Miaoge) 48.04,
4. India Team (Ankita Sunil Gosavi, Arya Thankamani Sudakaran, Nibedita Barman, Ruma Sarkar) 48.19,
5. Hong Kong Team (Lo Ka Lam, Poon Hang Wai, Yan Hoi Tung Abby, Kong Chun Ki) 48.59,
6. Macau Team (Loi Im Lan, Sou Weng Chi, Wong Choi San, Ng Weng Ian) 51.36,
7. Malaysia Team (Norris Foo, Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusuf, Kang Woan Yi, Kirthana Ramasamy) 54.11;

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ASIAN School Track and Field 2013 (Results)

>> September 20, 2013

1st ASIAN School Track and Field Championships 2013, Kuantan Pahang, Malaysia (19-22 September 2013).

Results DAY 1 , DAY 3 , DAY 4

Results Day 2 (20 September 2013)

BOYS
200 metres 
Final (-1.0)
1. Nirosh Kumar Nathan (MAS) 21.87,  2. Natthawut Chuchuai (THA) 21.92,  3. A.A. Samith Lakmal (SRI) 22.00,  4. Jin Ri (CHN) 22.14,  5. Badrul Hisyam Abdul Manap (MAS) 22.15,  6. Pooriphat Kaijun (THA) 22.50,  7. Rahul Kumar Jay Parkash (IND) 22.78,  8. Soumya Deep Saha (IND) 22.81;

Heat 1 (-2.5)
1. Jin Ri (CHN) 22.25,  2. A.A. Samith Lakmal (SRI) 22.32,  3. Badrul Hisyam Abdul Manap (MAS) 22.39,  4. Pooriphat Kaijun (THA) 22.59,  5. Soumya Deep Saha (IND) 22.65,  6. Leung King Hung (HKG) 23.13,  7. Md Asy Syafie Md Bohari (BRU) 23.53;

Heat 2 (-2.6)
1. Nirosh Kumar Nathan (MAS) 22.19,  2. Natthawut Chuchuai (THA) 22.44,  3. Rahul Kumar Jay Parkash (IND) 22.69,  4. Tang Cho Hin (MAC) 22.74,  5. Wong Wai Kin (HKG) 23.10,  6. Fu Jiankuan (CHN) 23.38;

800 metres
1. Mohammed Afsal Pilikkalakath Muhammed Basheer (IND) 1;53.69,  2. Rahul Harveer Singh (IND) 1:54.83,  3. B.A. Sandaruwan (SRI) 1:55.24,  4. Jeeventhiran Victor Ravinthran (MAS) 1:56.52,  5. G.H. Charuka Kushantha (SRI) 1:58.80,  6. Hideo Harry Loasby (HKG) 2:02.51,  7. Lam Ion Sang (MAC) 2:03.69,  8. Yeung Chi Ho (HKG) 2:06.69,  9. Mohammad Azrul Aliff Mohd Aslin (BRU) 2:16.98;

Pole Vault
1. Porranot Purahong (THA) 5.00,  2. Ernest John Obiena (PHI) 4.90,  3. Muhd Afiq Ahmad Alham (MAS) 4.20;

Triple Jump
1. Abdulla Aboobacker Narangolintevida (IND) 14.88/-1.5,  2. Nik Fariezal Erman Nik Ab Hadi (MAS) 14.78/0.0,  3. Vinura Lakmal (SRI) 14.64/-0.8,  4. Abin Babychan (IND) 14.55/-1.8,  5. Tam Chon Lok (MAC) 13.93/-1.4,  6. Muhamad Qayum Mohamad Izlan (MAS) 13.77/-0.9,  NM: Fu Jiankuan (CHN);

Discus Throw
1. K.A.P. Jayawarane (SRI) 41.52,  2. Shakti Solanki Kaptan Singh (IND) 40.27,  3. Jackson Wong Cheun Young (MAS) 39.76,  4. Meveeqhen Ravi Chandran (MAS) 37.21,  5. W.M.A. Malinda Madushanka (SRI) 36.62;

GIRLS
200 metres
Final (-0.8)
1. Suwanun Khongthong (THA) 25.29,  2. Ruma Sarkar (IND) 25.44,  3. He Miaoge (CHN) 25.53,  4. R.M.R.K. Rathnayake (SRI) 25.67,  5. Wanwisa Kongthong (THA) 25.75,  6. Poon Hang Wai (HKG) 26.12,  7. Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusuf (MAS) 26.32,  8. Kang Woan Yi (MAS) 26.41;

Heat 1 (-3.3)
1. Suwanun Khongthong (THA) 25.42,  2. Poon Hang Wai (HKG) 26.17,  3. Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusuf (MAS) 26.32,  4. Nibedita Burman (IND) 26.37,  5. P.K.C.D. Pallewatte (SRI) 26.45,  6. Du Xinran (CHN) 26.80,  7. Hannah May Jamal Hasim (BRU) 28.08,  8. Wong Choi San (MAC) 28.65;

Heat 2 (-1.0)
1. R.M.R.K. Rathnayake (SRI) 25.67,  2. He Miaoge (CHN) 25.82,  3. Wanwisa Kongthong (THA) 25.99,  4. Kang Woan Yi (MAS) 26.01,  5. Ruma Sarkar IND) 26.23,  6. Lo Ka Lam (HKG) 26.47,  7. Ng Weng Lan (MAC) 27.67,  8. Khairun Nadiah Khairul Amin (BRU) 29.76;

800 metres
1. Anjana Dhavalu Thamke (IND) 2:10.53,  2. A.M.M.P. Abeysinghe (SRI) 2:12.12  3. Babitha Chukkanmarthodi Balakrishnan (IND) 2:13.92,  4. Chan Yee Ki (HKG) 2:16.54,  5. K.N. Nishanthi Dilhani Fernando (SRI) 2:19.22,  6. Chamaiphon Thongsuk (THA) 2:21.14,  7. Savinder Kaur Joginder Singh (MAS) 2:21.31,  8. Cham Cheng Lam (MAC) 2:46.34;

Discus Throw
1. Queenie Ting Kun Ni (MAS) 38.18,  2. Grace Wong Xiu Mei (MAS) 37.39,  3. Zhang Jiyou (CHN) 34.50;

5000 metres walk
1. Elena Goh Ling Yin (MAS) 26:05.64,  2. Pua Ling En (MAS) 26:11.12,  3. Binsy Anhat Meethal Gopalan (IND) 29:14.25,  4. Thilini Madhusika (SRI) 31:32.24;

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Results 1st Asian School Track and Field Championships 2013 (Day 1)

>> September 19, 2013

The Malaysian Sports School Council with the Ministry of Education was tasked with organising the inaugural ASIAN School Track and Field Championships. This event is a competition for school athletes aged 18 and under. Nine Asian countries are taking part including the host Malaysia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, India, Macau, Sri Lanka, Thailand and the Philippines.  Results of the 1st ASIAN School Track and Field Championships, 19-22 September 2013, Kuantan, Pahang Malaysia.

BOYS
100 metres
Final (0.0)
1. Nixson Kennedy (MAS) 10.64,  2. Pooriphat Kaijun (THA) 10.84,  3. Yang Zi Xian (MAC) 10.85,  4. Muhammad Azam Masri (MAS) 10.88,  5. A.A. Samith Lakmal (SRI) 10.90,  6. Teerapong Sunthanon (THA) 10.94,  7. Kong Hiu Wah (HKG) 10.96,  8. Soumya Deep Saha (IND) 11.13;

Heat 1 (-1.5)
1. A.A. Samith Lakmal (SRI) 11.07,  2. Muhammad Azam Masri (MAS) 11.08,  3. Kong Hiu Wah (HKG) 11.14,  4. Teerapong Sunthanon (THA) 11.20,  5. Shi Chaowen (CHN) 11.48,  6. Cheang Chan Fai (MAC) 11.78,  7. Amit Inder Singh (IND) 11.92;

Heat 2 (-1.5)
1. Nixson Kennedy (MAS) 10.84,  2. Yang Zi Xian (MAC) 10.98,  3. Pooriphat Kaijun (THA) 11.01,  4. Soumya Deep Saha (IND) 11.23,  5.Wong Wai Kin (HKG) 11.29,  6. Md Asy Syafie Md Bohari (BRU) 11.35,  7. Zhu Xiaoda (CHN) 11.69;

5000 metres
1. W.B.M. Samaraweera (SRI) 16:32.21,  2, Saranraj Sivamani (MAS) 16:38.03,  3. Amirul Hakim Johari (MAS) 18:09.21,  DNF: W.M.H.M. Weerasinghe (SRI) 18:09.21;

High Jump
1. Gao Woqi (CHN) 2.13,  2. Mohd Azly Ghazali (MAS) 2.10,  3. Cheng Kaiwei (CHN) 2.07,  4. Sreenith Mohan (IND) 2.04,  5. Sachin Eranga (SRI) 2.01,  6. Ma Tin Lok (HKG) 1.90, NM: C.M.J.P Fonseka (SRI);

Shot Put 
1. Shakti Solanki Kaptan Singh (IND) 17.41,  2. Sun Bo (CHN) 17.21,  3. Zou Jingtao (CHN) 14.53,  4. Meveeqhen Ravi Chandran (MAS) 13.86,  5. W.M.A. Malinda Madushanka (SRI) 13.83;

Javelin Throw
1. Raphael Asun (MAS) 55.35,  2. R. Nuwan Kumara (SRI) 51.25,  3. Nixson Kennedy (MAS) 42.98;

10,000m Walk
1. Muhammad Afizfirdaus Kamaruzaman (MAS) 51:22.33,  2. Mior Muhamad Amerul Mohd Sahak (MAS) 51:25.47,  3. K.M.D.P. Kulasooriya (SRI) 53:58.24;

GIRLS
100 metres
Final (-0.5)
1. Suwanun Khongthong (THA) 12.15,  2. Ruma Sarkar (IND) 12.31,  3. R.M.R.K. Rathnayake (SRI) 12.45,  4. He Dandan (CHN) 12.46,  5. Wanwisa Kongthong (THA) 12.49,  6. Kang Woan Yi (MAS) 12.76,  7. Medani Wickramanayake (SRI) 12.77,  8. Norris Foo (MAS) 12.87;

Heat 1 (-1.8)
1. R.M.R.K. Rathnayake (SRI) 12.37,  2. He Dandan (CHN) 12.49,  3. Wanwisa Kongthong (THA) 12.68,  4. Norris Foo (MAS) 12.89,  5. Lo Ka Lam (HKG) 12.89,  6. Ankita Sunil Gosavi (IND) 13.11,  7. Loi Im Lan (MAC) 13.47;

Heat 2 (-2.3)
1. Ruma Sarkar (IND) 12.33,  2. Suwanun Khongthong (THA) 12.36,  3. Medani Wickramanayake (SRI) 12.65,  4. Kang Woan Yi (MAS) 12.87,  5. Poon Hang Wai (HGK) 12.94,  6. Meng Shihan (CHI) 12.98,  7. Sou Weng Chi (MAC) 13.64;

3000 metres
1. Chitra Palakeezh Unnikrishnan (IND) 10:05.22,  2. Sanjivani Baburao Jadhav (IND) 10:08.76,  3. Faradilah Raznie (MAS) 11:36.72,  4. M.G.D.S. Amarasooriya (SRI) 11:50.70;

Long Jump
1. Noor Shahidatun Nadia Mohammad Zuki (MAS) 6.07/+0.4,  2. S.L Sarangi Silva (SRI) 5.63/-0.6,  3. Jenimol Joy (IND) 5.58/0.0,  4. Kirthana Ramasamy (MAS) 5.51/+0.4,  5. Chan Ying Sinn (HKG) 5.24/-0.8,  6. Wong Pui Ling (HKG) 5.09/-2.3,  7. He Dandan (CHN) 5.07/0.0,  8. Zhang Ge (CHN) 4.79/+0.7,  9. Ieong Weng Lam (MAC) 4.44/-0.3;

Javelin Throw
1. Lau Hei Ting (HKG) 41.81,  2. Sapna Burman (IND) 41.71,  3. Puspha Jakhar Ranbeer (IND) 39.35,  4. M.D.D.A. Dissanayaka (SRI) 35.14,  5. Nur Aqilah Amran (MAS) 34.90,  6. Jariya Wichaidit (THA) 32.27;


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Malaysian Athletics Results 2013, Issue 9

MALAYSIAN  ATHLETICS  RESULTS  2013 – 9
-by Jad Adrian, ATFS statistician for MAF/KOM           
-email: info@adriansprints.com   

Singapore (SIN), 27-28 July 2013 “SAA Track and Field Series - 5”
MEN
J T (27): Akid Chong Mohd Isham 64.30;
WOMEN
J T (27): Siti Nur Nadiah Osman 40.99;


Belfast (GBR), 2-6 August 2013 “15th World Police and Fire Games 2013”
-a biennial event (56 sports) for serving-and-retired police, fire, prison and border security officers;
-various categories (age-group) contested;
-best results by Malaysian participants;
MEN
M35 (35-39y)
5000m ( 3): ...3. Shaharudin Hashim 16:12.87;
10000m ( 5): ...3. Shaharudin Hashim 33:28.38;


Torino (ITA), 2-11 Aug 2013 “8th World Masters Games (WMG) 2013”
-WMG is an international multi-sport event held every four years;
-up to 30 sports contested for each category (age group) starting 25y group (25-29) to 100 years;
-results by Malaysian athletes as follows;
MEN
M40 (40-45)
5000m track walk ( 4): ...4. Suresh Kumar s/o Goobinnaan 27:24.89
10km road walk ( 7): ...5. Suresh Kumar s/o Goobinnaan 56:48
Half Marathon (10): ...dnf: Suresh Kumar s/o Goobinnaan

M55 (55-59)
Decathlon ( 4): ...2. Aliudin Jumaat (13.22 - 4.59 - 6.96/6kg - 1.51 - 62.35 ; 19.53/91cm - 23.94/1.5kg - 3.00 - 26.13/700g - 6:21.40)

M65 (65-69)
5000m track walk ( 4): ...dq: Thomas Kok (after 4000m)
10km road walk ( 7): ...4. Thomas Kok 1:02:02


Moskva (RUS), 10-18 August 2013 “14th IAAF World Championship in Athletics 2013”
-only one Malaysian participant, competed under wild-card;
MEN
110mh (11): ...8h4 Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian 14.45/-0.6 (heat 4 won by the World champion David Oliver (USA) in 13.05, and followed by bronze medalist Sergey Shubenkov (RUS) in 13.16);


Nanjing (CHN), 19-22 Sep 2013 “2nd Asian Youth Games (AYG) 2013”
-AYG is a multi-sports event subordinate to Olympic Council of Asia and is held every four years;
-only athletes aged 16 (b. 1997) and below allowed to compete in this meet;
-results by Malaysian athletes as follows;
BOYS
110mh/0.91 (21) /+1.1: ...4. Mohd Rizzua Muhamad Haizad (290397) 14.10 (& 14.42/-1.6 as 1h3 on 20-Aug);
H J (21): ...3. Norshafiee Mohd Shah 2.00;
P V (19): ...3. Muhammad Afiq Ahmad Alham (020397) 4.50 (4.20/1; 4.40/1; 4.50/3; 4.60/x)

GIRLS
800m (22): ...2. Savinder Kaur d/o Joginder Singh (190677) 2:14.14;
L J (20): ...Q. Kirthana d/o Ramasamy (200197) 5.05/+1.4;
T J (22): ...4. Kirthana d/o Ramasamy (200197) 12.23/+1.1;
S P/3kg (21): ...5. Chin Poh Kuan (220297) 13.27;
D T (22): ...4. Chin Poh Kuan (220297) 35.82;


Kota Kinabalu, 25 Aug 2013 “6th Borneo International Marathon (BIM) 2013”
-history of marathon running in Sabah (formerly known as North Borneo, appeared once in the
Olympics, 1956): According to BIM, the first marathon in Sabah was in 1984, called “Daily Express
Sabah Marathon”, and the next one was the 1st BIM in 2008;
-scheduled on May 4-5, however postponed to this date due to the 13th Malaysian General Election;
-marathon stats: 353 finishers (59 females in total / 27 veterans), last placing at 7:31:35 by a male
runner;
-prize money, Marathon (1-3) RM 1200 - 1000 – 800; HMar (1-3) RM 1000 – 800 – 600; visit
http://borneomarathon.com/prize for detailed prize money;
-full results visit http://borneomarathon.com/ ;
-all winners and selected results as follows;

MEN
Marathon
1. Kimosop Collins Kipkoror (KEN) 2:51:03 (net 2:35:21 !!), 2. Fabian Osmond Daimon 2:55:08, 3.
Samri Butak 3:08:00, 4. Aliakbar Gapor (BRU) 3:21:5, 5. John Lophienne (BEL) 3:26:00;

Marathon Veteran
1. Kevin Yuen Juan Lee 3:31:39

Half Marathon
1. Thomas Kiposgei (KEN) 1:12:48, 2. Samson Kiplagat Tenai (KEN) 1:16:02, 3. David Mutai (KEN)
1:20:03, 4. Wincentbert Latius 1:24:49, 5. Ruston Masri 1:26:04, 6. Guainus Salagan 1:27:03 (1st
veteran)

10 km run
1. Abdul Aziz Mahamoud 39:52

10 km run (school boys) (18y and below)
1. Lim Wei Kuang 41:47

WOMEN
Marathon
1. Jacquelyn John (MAS?) 4:04:24, 2. Judy Liew Ye Ling 4:15:20, 3. Jong Kiat Ngo 4:20:11, 4.
Wang Sing Yee (SIN) 4:26:44, 5. Leong Siew Shen 4:31:44;

Marathon Veteran (40y)
1. Kona Liau 3:38:27 (21km 1:49:04), 2. Ewe Bee Hong 3:47:51, 3. Li Mung Lan (HKG) 3:53:52, 4.
Teo Lay Tin (SIN) 4:16:42, 5. Tse Suk Fun (HKG) 4:20:11

Half Marathon
1. Grace Wayua Kitonga (KEN) 1:29:55, 2. Sarah Burns GBR 1:46:52, 3. Rita Gani 1:48:22, 4. Lorna
Wong 1:53:40, 5. Stephanie Dupont (FRA) 1:56:48;

Veteran (40y)
1. Maggie Goh Kim Hong 1:49:01

10 km run
1. Katarina Andersen (?) 45:17, 2. Tamika Baynes (?) 46:21, 3. Hyenie Roslin Danius 49:11, 4.
Shamala Jeanne Chandran 52:24, 5. Chong Vun Lung 52:40

10 km run (school girls) (18y and below)
1. Nelce Sulaiman 51:54
2. Freda Awang Pan 52:58


Kota Kinabalu, 31-Aug - 1-Sep 2013 “60th Sabah Open Track and Field Championships”
-state championships for senior and junior;
-hand-timed during day 1; wind reading not reported (not recorded?);
-inaccurate and doubtful-timing for most sprint/hurdle events (device unable to consistently capture
image);
-best results as follows;

MEN
100m/nwi (31): Eddie Edwards Jr 10.8h, 2. Mohd Putra Mohd Amin 10.9h, 3. Izharizan Jablun 11.0h, 4. Mohd Afif Zulhusmi Alet 11.0h, 5. Shafie Irwan 11.1h;

-semis : s1/nwi: 1s1 Izharizan Jablun 10.6h, 2s1 Shafie Irwan 11.0h, 3s1 Mohd Taufiq Amin 11.0h, 4s1 Cornireus Patrick 11.0h; s2/nwi: 1s2 Eddie Edwards Jr 10.5h, 2s2 Nurhafli Qusyairi Malimar 10.9h, 3s2 Reckson Donih 11.0h; s3/nwi: 1s3 Mohd Putra Mohd Amin 10.6h, 2s3 Mohamad Afif Zulhusmi Alet 10.9h;

-heats : 1h1 Shafie Irwan 10.8h; 1h3 Mohd Putra Mohd Amin 10.6h, 2h3 Izharizan Jablun 10.8h; 1h4 Mohamad Afif Zulhusmi Alet 11.0h; 1h5 Mohd Taufiq Amin 11.0h; 1h6 Eddie Edwards Jr 10.9h;

200m ( 1) /nwi (doubtful-timing): Mohd Putera Mohd Amin 21.65, 2. Mohamad Afif Zulhusmi Alet 21.91, 3. Hikaru Miles 21.95, 4. Izharizan Jablun 22.39;

-heats: h1/nwi: 1h1 Mohd Putera Mohd Amin 22.29, 2h1 Hikaru Miles 22.75, 3h1 Mohamad Afif Zulhusmi Alet 22.86; h4/nwi: 1h4 Izharizan Jablun 22.82;

400m ( 1): Mohamad Adib Zulhusni Alet 49.96, 2. Khairul Karim 50.77;

110mh ( 1) /nwi (doubtful-timing): Alang Rasheddin Jamaluddin 14.33, 2. Mohd Fazillah Khamis 15.45, 3. Allen Bradley Jussil 15.48, 4. Mohd Shafie Mukamad 15.50, 5. Sharulijam Asran 15.53;

-heats: h1/nwi: 1h1 Alang Rasheddin Jamaluddin 14.65, 2h1 Mohd Fazillah Khamis 15.91; h2/nwi: 1h2 Sharulijam Asran 15.75, 2h2 Allen Bradley Jussil 15.96, 3h2 Mohd Shafie Mukamad 16.27;

400mh (31): Mohamad Adib Zulhusni Alet 53.6h, 2. Eldy Sham Irlon 58.8h;

H J (31): Selvister Yamud 1.95, 2. Teo Lee Kee 1.92, 3. Mohd Fazillah Khamis 1.92, 4. Mohd Faizal Tamrin 1.88;

L J ( 1): Jonathan Larus 6.72;

T J (31): El Said Abdel Aziz 14.74, 2. Jonathan Larus 14.42, 3. Mohd Shazreen Mohammad 14.28;

S P ( 1): Linus Nicholas 12.95, 2. Paul Kenneth Tay 12.76, 3. Max Anzie Jetol 12.18, 4. Jordan Jude Ellron 11.62;

J T (31): Max Anzie Jetol 53.64, 2. Byran Devon Dahreen 50.86, 3. Willary Christen Linom 50.63, 4. Mohd Azizie Masdon 49.87;

Boys / Youth
110mh/0.91 ( 1): Hazmi Fahim Haznain 13.33*, 2. Mohd Nasiruddin Rosli 14.11*, 3. Dilvani Juanis 14.21*; …*as reported by official results = obviously inaccurate!!

-heats; h1/nwi: 1h1 Mohd Nasiruddin Rosli 14.66; h2/nwi: 1h2 Jay Jethro So Gui Gum 14.84; h3/nwi: 1h3 Hazmi Fahim Haznain 14.42;

S P/5kg (31): Zulkiflie Saidin 14.63;

WOMEN
100m (31): Elice Grenggori 12.6h, 2. Diana Sari Jonid 12.9h;

-heats: 1h1 Nurul Farahin Jumain 12.6h; 1h2 Debbie Ellen Lojoyo 12.6h, 2h2 Diana Sari Jonid 12.8h; 1h3 Elice Grenggori 12.4h;

200m ( 1): Elice Grenggori 26.39;

400m ( 1): Rosalia Parsi 59.89, 2. Norshima Chong 59.91;

1500m ( 1): Salesnella Gabi 5:22.34, 2. Norhalizah Saidi 5:24.81;

3000m (31): Salesnella Gabi 11:56.9h, 2. Eyeze Grenggori 11:58.8h, 3. Joeviana Joe 12:20.6h, 4. Eris Yami 12:27.3h;

100mh ( 1): Farinah Basirin 15.59, 2. Hezerina Rarandis 16.01;

400mh (31): Nurul Hasyikin Adha Ismail 68.8h;

L J ( 1): Ji Fedalliah Claritta Jaimin 5.12, 2. Nurul Atiqah Syukur 5.00, 3. Ana Lydia Tinggi 5.00;

T J (31): Merry Gabali 11.14, 2. Ji Fedalliah Claritta Jaimin 10.91, 3. Valerie Zinugin 10.71;

J T (31): Norazlin Haipin 30.53;

Girls / Youth
100m (31): Chelsea Cassiopea 13.0h (& 12.7h as 1s2; 12.8h as 1h3); ... 1h1 Siti Salmiah Kelibin 12.7h;


Mokpo (KOR), 31-Aug - 1-Sep 2013 “8th Mokpo International Throwing Meeting”
-invitational athletics meeting;

WOMEN
H T (31): Aya Masumi (JPN) 63.79 ...7. Loralie Sermona (PHI) 49.44, 8. Casier Renee Kelly Lee 49.38 (47.32, X, X, 49.38, 45.95, X);


Bangkok, 3-6 Sep 2013 “59th Thailand Open Track and Field 2013”
-international meeting with three different categories contested (open, junior, youth);
-wind-reading not reported in several events;
-results by Malaysian athletes plus detailed results given for prospect’s contenders to Malaysian
athletes in SEA Games;

MEN
100m ( 3): ...semis: 5s1 Shahmimi Azmi 10.81, 6s1 Eddie Edwards Jr 10.82; 6s2 Harith Ammar Sobri 10.99;
...heats: 3h2 Mohd Shahmimi Azmi 10.84, 3h4 Sebastian Lee Azcona 11.19; 2h5 Harith Ammar Sobri 10.99; 2h7 Eddie Edwards Jr 10.98;

200m ( 4): ...4. Mohd Shahmimi Azmi 21.80/ -0.4 (& 21.95 as 1h2);

400m ( 3): ...3h1 Anchois Aron 49.73;

800m ( 6): ...5. Kesavan s/o Maniam 1:56.97;

110mh/+0.3 ( 3): Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian 13.86 (& 14.79 as 1h2), 2. Jamras Rittidet (THA) 14.02, 3. Kittipong Kondech (THA) 14.24, 4. Mohd Robani Hassan 14.27 (& 14.54 as 2h1), 5. Tang Wei Ting (TPE) 14.30, 6. Patrick Unso (PHI) 14.33, 7. Muhd Ajmal Aiman Hassan 14.42 (14.78 as 2h3);

400mh ( 4): ...4. Muhammad Firdaus Mazalan-II 53.46 (& 54.54 as 2h3), 5. Mohamed Baihaqi Razlan 53.62 (55.69 as 1h2);

H J ( 3): Nauraj Singh Randhawa 2.11;

P V ( 4): Kreetha Sintawacheewa (THA) 5.15, 2. Hsieh Chia-Han (TPE) 5.00, 3. Mohd Iskandar Alwi 4.90;

S P ( 5): Sergey Dementyev (UZB) 17.87, 2. Thawat Kachin (THA) 16.90/NJR, 3. Eliezer Sunang (PHI) 16.74/NR, 4. Promrob Janthima (THA) 16.44, 5. Adi Alifuddin Hussin 15.98;

D T ( 4): Kwanchai Namsoonboon (THA) 52.05, 2. Narong Benjaroen (THA) 51.50, 3. Sathaporn Khajorn (THA) 47.42, 5. Muhammad Irfan Shamsuddin (95) 47.41;

H T ( 5): Arniel Ferrera (PHI) 60.69, 2. Tantipong Phetchaiya (THA) 59.50, 3. Jackie Wong Siew Cheer 55.50;

Dec ( 6): Mohd Faizal Mustapha 6267 (11.24/+0.2, 6.75/-0.1, 9.45, 1.84, 50.44 ; 15.90/0.0,
28.57, 3.50, 46.42, 4:53.71);

20,000m W ( 4): Muhammad Khairil Harith Harun 1:38:05.15;

4x100m ( 6): Chinese Taipei Team 40.25, 2. Air Force Thailand Team 40.26, 3. Malaysia Team (Shahmimi Azmi, Harith Ammar Sobri, Sebastian Lee Azcona, Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian) 40.71; heats: 2h1 Malaysia Team (as above) 41.03;

MEN / Junior
100m ( 6): ...6s1 Ahmad Fikri Hakim Abdul Manan 11.23 (& 11.30 as 2h7);

200m ( 5): Nirosh Kumar s/o Nathan 21.81/+0.1 (& 22.20 as 1s1; & 22.28 as 1h7);

400m ( 4): ...3. Mohd Firdaus Kimleh 48.66 (& 49.12 as 1s3; & 49.49 as 2h4);

110mh/0.99 ( 3): ...3. Muhammad Hafiz Mohd Razali 14.56/-0.2 (& 14.90 as 1h1);

400mh ( 4): ... 3. Athur Aron 55.64 (& 57.13 as 2h2);

T J ( 4) / final 2: ...2. Nik Fariezal Erman Ni Ab Hadi 14.56/+0.2;

BOYS / Youth
100m ( 6): ...2. Hikaru Vincent Miles 11.45/-0.6 (& 11.45/0.0 as 1s3; & 11.29/+0.4 as 1h2 on 5-Sep);
S P/5kg ( 4): ...2. Jordan Jude Ellron 14.22;
D T/1.5kg ( 6): ...2. Jordan Jude Ellron 40.66;


WOMEN
100m ( 6): Neeranuch Klomdee (THA) 11.82, 2. Zaidatul Husna Zulkifli 12.01 (& 12.24 as 2h3 on 3-Sep; sf result n/a ?), 3. Kwanruethai Pakdee (THA) 12.03, 4. Princess Joy Griffith* (PHI) 12.10, 5. Supawan Thipat (THA) 12.14, 6. Komalam Shally s/o Selvaretnam 12.25 (& 12.40 as 4h1); ...3h4 Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli 12.54 (sf result n/a ??);
Note: *Phil-American sprinter, PBs 100m- 11.58 (2009), and 200m- 24.00 (2008);

100mh ( 6)/+0.5: Wallapa Punsoongneun (THA) 13.69, 2. Phanida Ratanajan (THA) 13.95, 3. Raja Nursheena Raja Azhar 14.04 (heats time n/a ??);

H J ( 4): Svetlana Radzivil (UZB) 1.94, 2. Wanida Boonwan (THA) 1.83 ... 6. Yap Sean Yee 1.65;

L J ( 3): Katherine Kay Santos (PHI) 5.99/0.0 ...7. Kirthana d/o Ramasamy 5.32/0.0;

4x100m ( 5): Air Force Thailand Team 45.69, 2. Malaysia Team (Raja Nursheena, Komalam Shally, Husniah, Husna) 46.45, 3. Philippine Team 46.63;

WOMEN / Junior
100m ( 3): ...5s1 Kang Woan Yi 13.04 (& 13.02 as 1h1);


Putrajaya, 7 Sep 2013 “Shape 12km Night Run 2013”
-selected results as follows;
MEN
1. Jean Pierre Lautredoux (FRA) 42:07 (1st junior veteran), 2. Shahruddin Hashim 43:11, 3. Ow
Yong Jin Kuang 43:30, 4. Mark John William (GBR) 43:42, 5. Arul Thevar s/o Muniandy 44:03, 6.
Murali s/o Muniandy 44:17, 7. Prabakharan s/o Madhavan 44:50, 8. Lili Suhairi Md Yang Ghazali
45:08;

WOMEN
1. Yuan Yufang 50:15, 2. Noor Amelia Musa 50:21, 3. Sheela s/o Samivellu 50:55, 4. Michele Tan
Bee Kiang 51:38, 5. Susan Khoo (GBR) 53:19 (1st veteran), 6. Loh Chooi Fern 53:45, 7. Annie Yee
Pei Ni 55:03, 8. Danielle Nant 55:13, 9. Ewe Bee Hong 55:48, 10. Jessica Tang Mei Lee 57:17, 11.
Julia Lim 57:55;


Kuala Lumpur, 8 Sep 2013 “2nd Milo / FTAAA Walk Circuits 2013”
MEN
10km Walk (open)
1. Mohd Afiz Firdaus Kamarazaman 53:19;
5km walk (16-18y)
1. Hafizudin Abd Salim 27:56

WOMEN
10km Walk
1. Pua Ling En 1:01:30
5km walk (16-18y)
1. Aina Fadhlin Syahmina Abas 30:29


Sioux Falls, SD (USA), 9 Sep 2013 “Sioux Falls Marathon”
-difficult race, nasty weather, >91% humidity – these certainly affect long distanes performance;
MEN / Marathon
...2. Woo Chan Yew 2:36:17 (official intermediate times; at 10km 36:11 /2nd; at 20km 1:12:01
/2nd);


Kuala Lumpur, 13-15 Sep 2013 “Selangor Open Track and Filed Champiopnships”
-state championships for senior and juniors;
-wind-reading not reported (not recorded in most affected events);
-two national records renewed in this meet (Men’s DT & women’s JT);
-best results as follows;

MEN
100m (14)/ -0.5: Muhd Amiruddin Jamal (SIN) 10.77, 2. Lim Yao Peng (SIN) 10.94, 3. Muhd Helmi Ahmad 10.97;
...note: seheduled on 13-Sep, however a re-run held following protests concerning accuracy of official times that did not tally with the positions as well as the in-between distances, as seen from video, but some sprinters didn’t get info about the re-run!!;

-heats / doubtful-timing (h1 & h2)*: h1: 1h1 Muhd Amiruddin Jamal (SIN) 10.42, 2h1 Mohd
Shahmimi Azmi 10.71, 3h1 Mohammad Baihaqi Razlan 10.73, 4h1 Muhamad Amirul Mukimin 10.80, 5h1 Khairul Asyraf Amran 11.17; h2: 1h2 Mohd Azhar Ismail 10.70, 2h2 Lim Yao Peng (SIN) 10.80, 3h2 Mohd Helmi Ahmad 10.88, 4h2 Cyrus Krishnan 11.19;
*malfunction in auto-system, with photo-finish camera (image did not provided);

200m (14)/ -1.5: Muhd Amiruddin Jamal (SIN) 21.79, 2. Lim Yao Peng (SIN) 22.38;

400m (15): Anchois Aron 49.98, 2. Pravin Richard Abraham 50.72;

800m (14): Mohd Jironi Riduan 1:54.01, 2. Kesavan s/o Maniam 1:54.27;

110mh (14): Muhammad Hafiz Mohd Radzi 15.40, 2. Alif Ashraf Mohd Razali 15.82, 3. Mohd Aidil Ali 15.97;

400mh (14): Muhammad Firdaus Musa 55.20, 2. Mohd Farham Hafsyam 55.96;

P V (13): Mohd Iskandar Alwi 4.65, 2. Muhammad Afiq 4.55, 3. Mohd Hafizuddin 3.60;

L J (14): Luqman Hakim Ramlan 6.97;

S P (13): Ammar Ramadzan 13.18, 2. Ong Chin Yong 12.64, 3. Mohd Shahul Ikmal Baharuddin 12.23, 4. Goh Wei Kiang 12.02, 5. Mohd Fahmi Meslan 11.44;

D T (14): Muhammad Irfan Shamsuddin (95) 49.86 / National Record, 2. Muhammad Azwan Fahmi Zuhairi 39.70, 3. Mohd Fahmi Meslan 33.32;

H T (15): Michael Sia Suk Dak 55.67 (4th MAS All-Time), 2. Rizhan Rajimi 45.32;

J T (13): Akid Chong Mohd Isham 59.26, 2. Mohd Akmal Md Zain 56.60, 3. Muhammad Ashraf Abu Mohammad (Joh) 55.72, 4. Nurulharitulfariz safpa'afi (Joh) 50.40;

10,000m W (13): Eswaran s/o Rajanderen 48:43.1h, 2. Mohd Sharman 49:13.4h, 3. Mohd Hafiz 50:24.1h, 4. Aqram 50:36.8h;
Note: I need the details (full name, DOB etc) for Mohd Sharman (SSBJ), Mohd Hafiz (SSBJ), and Aqram for ranking/statistics purposes ??

MEN / Junior
100m (13): Willy Gew Teng Yon (Sel) 11.27;
5000m (13): Prabudass s/o Krishnan 15:57.45, 2. Christopher Soosai 16:26.96, 3. Elanggovan s/o Govindasamy 16:53.24;
10,000m (15): Hemaraj s/o Samy (Sel) 37:28.92;
P V (13): Fazli Asadil Arshad 3.20;
D T/1.75 (14): Faris Hazmi Jamaluddin 41.79;
10,000m W (13): Yong Ah Nam (Sel) 56:09.0h;

WOMEN
100m (13): Noor Eewan Syafiqah (Prk) 12.78;
400m (15): Nurul Faezah Asma Mazlan 59.20, 2. Kalaiyarasi d/o Arjunan 60.71, 3. Lau Kah Lin 61.65;
800m (14): Sharmila d/o Sivakumar 2:32:58;
100mh (14): Aini Nurazira Mohd Ali 15.62;
3000Sc (14): Sir Suganya d/o Naderaja (Sel) 15:06.66, 2. Syamimi Roslan (Sel) 15:23.85;
H J (14): Shandyiani d/o Mahendran 1.55, 2. Nurul Falena Gunasekara Lazri 1.50;
L J (14): Noor Eewan Syafiqah 5.01;
H T (15): Linda Tan Ling Hwa 48.80 (5th MAS All-Time), 2. Nor Fazira Jalaluddin 47.88 (6th MAS All-Time), 3. Noraida Shuhada Nordin 44.12 (8th MAS All-Time);
J T (13): Siti Nur Nadiah Osman 46.05 / National Record, (note: only 2 participants, 2nd 28.17);
10,000m W (14): Pua Ling En 53:56.59, 2. Nur Aisyah Ahmat 54:57.29, 3. Loo Chooi Fern 1:00:24.74;

WOMEN / Junior
1500m (14): Dhaanyaa d/o Patmanaban 5:28.15;
100mh (14): Dina Najihah 16.12 (& 16.10 as 1h1), 2. Oeyne Ong Ju Ying 16.24, 3. Syasya Syahirah 16.28;
400mh (14): Joeyne Ong Zu Ying (Sel) 73.56;
P V (13): Puteri Nur Adilah 2.20 (not 3.20!);
H T (15): Nur Izzat (Nse) 30.72;
10,000m W (14): Aina Fadhlin Syamina Abas 1:01:18.25, 2. Praise Phoon Kaye (Sel) 1:12:10.49;


Malacca, 13-15 Sep 2013 “1st Track and Field League”
-competition for 14 years old athletes;
-exact date not confirmed; hand-timed; partial results as follows;
BOYS
100m ( ): Jominus Joseph 11.1h;
110mh/0.91 ( ): Nur Izwan Abd Mutalib 15.0h, 2. Akmal Amri Md Nor 15.1h;
S P/5kg ( ): Mohd Alif Amirullah 13.60;

GIRLS
100m ( ): Azreen Nabila Alias (290600) 12.3h (uncertain??), 2. Zaimah Atifah Zainuddin (100999) 12.6h, 3. Lim Hui Ni 12.9h;
400m ( ): Zaimah Atifah Zainuddin (100999) 59.2h;
1500m ( ): Manissha d/o Arokiasamy (280399) 5:17.3h;


Ipoh, 14-16 Sep 2013 “XVII Karnival Olahraga Politeknik 2013”
-had-timed, no wind reading, best results as follows;
MEN
200m (16): Yuvaaraj s/o Panerselvam 22.4h;
400m (15): Yuvaaraj s/o Panerselvam 49.9h;
800m (14): Dekeeshgaaren s/o Sasigaran 1:59.0h;
1500m (16): Dekeeshgaaren s/o Sasigaran 4:17.7h;
110mh (16): Alang Rasheddin Jamaluddin 14.9h (& 15.2h as 1h1);
400mh (14): Alang Rasheddin Jamaluddin 55.9h;
H J (16): Pang Li Chong 1.88;
L J (14): Pang Li Chong 7.11;
T J (15): Pang Li Chong 14.22;
J T (16): Daveera Sali Liau 51.83;


Kuala Lumpur, 15 Sep 2013 “Live Great Run / 12km run”
MEN
1. Thomas Martin (KEN) 37:28, 2. James Maregu (KEN) 37:47, 3. Kimosop Collins Kipkorir (KEN)
37:48, 4. James Tallam Kurgat (KEN) 39:14, 5. Serem Kenneth Kipkosgei (KEN) 39:20;

WOMEN
1. Esther Wambui (KEN) 43:17, 2. Jackline Musyawa Nzivo (KEN) 44:56, 3. Susan Jemutai
Chepkwony (KEN) 47:48, 4. Noor Amelia Musa 48:05 (1st Malaysia), 5. Cecilia Wangui Warutumo
(KEN) 49:39;


Mon Choisy (MRI), 23 Jun 2013 “Orange Marathon 2013”
MEN
Marathon
...10. Jasni Khairil Jamaluddin 2:55:29;


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Mr Jironi Riduan, Mr Mohan (Sel AA);


OBITUARY

Ahmad Istiaq MUBARAK
16 Feb 1948 – 9 Aug 2013
He died on August 9, 2013 (9.55 AM), after a fall at his home in Hulu Kelang Selangor. He competed in three Olympics at 110m hurdles, Cd Mexico 1968 (with a time of 14.3s), Munchen 1972 (14.78s), Montreal 1976 (14.27, & 14.21 in SF), and won numerous medals in SEA and Asian level including in 1966 and 1974 Asian Games where he won 110mh Bronze and Silver medals respectively. At Asian Track and Field or ATF (now Asian Championship), he won two Silver medals from editions of 1973 (14.3s) and 1975 (14.4s). He participated in two Commonwealth Games, Christchurch 1974, and Edmonton 1978. He also was with Malaysian team to the first World Cup in athletics in Dusseldorf Germany in 1977. In SEA Games (SEAP before 1975), he won four Gold medals from 1969 (14.6s), 1971 (14.4s), 1973 (14.6s), & 1977 (14.46s). His 110mh best 14.08s which has stood as NR for 15 years (broken by Nur Herman Majid in 1991) was recorded in Furth GER in June 1976. The performance, as of his death is the 4th fastest in Malaysia, and 8th in Southeast Asia. He also recorded a hand-timed best 13.8s two weeks earlier in Schwetzingen. OCM wrote, "Ishtiaq Mubarak survived a near-fatal car accident on 13 October 1970, which took him over nine months of guts and determination to recover and to make a successful come-back to Athletics". In 2002, he was inducted into the Olympic Council of Malaysia Hall of Fame. He also served as a coach (hurdles) with the national back-up (pelapis) for several years until 2012. Al-Fatihah. Rest in Peace.

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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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Bigger threats from the Filipinos - Thailand Open Athletics Championship 2013

>> September 05, 2013

 -FLASH NEWS-

The Philippines is sending a strong team of 47 athletes to compete at the 2013 Thailand Open Track and Field Championships in Bangkok (Rangsit), and that composed of those athletes with double-citizenship (Philippine-American) like US-based sprinter Princess Joy Griffey.

In the day 3 of the meet today (Thursday, Sep 5), two quarter milers  gave some indications that the Philippines would likely retain the SEA Games 4x400m Gold they won (following Malaysia's disqualification) in Palembang 2011, as well as the 400m individuals.

Edgardo Alejan produced a personal best and his first sub-47 of the 400m when he set 46.95 to win the event (senior category). The 26-year-old also set a PB during semis in 47.24.  Teammate Archand Christian Bagsit, the SEA Games silver medalist also did well with a PB (as well) of 47.11 to finish in second, well ahead of Thai runner who ran 47.35 in third.

Chinese Taipei team won the men's 4x100m in a time of 40.25, just one hundreds of a second ahead of Air Force team of Thailand in second for silver (40.26). Malaysia team bagged bronze in 40.71.

Four-time SEA Games champion Arniel Ferrera won the men's hammer throw in a distance of 60.69m, making him now on the top of SEA ranking lists.

In the women's 400m, Sri Lanka's E.M.U.Rathnakumari takes the Gold medal in a time of 55.22, with the Philippines's Josie Malacad in second in 56.43.

Philippines' Jessa Mangsat took Gold from women's 3000m Steeplachase in 11:10.08. South Korea's Lee Hyeon Ok was in second (11:11.46). Another Gold for the Philippine came from Riezel Buenventure in pole vault after clearing a height of 3.85m.

Easy win for the Air Force team of Thailand in the women's 4x100m after setting a modest 45.69. Malaysia and the Philippines were in second and third with 46.45 and 46.63 respectively.

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Rayzam Shah Clocks 13.86 in 2013 Thailand Open Track and Field Meet

>> September 04, 2013

Malaysian hurdler Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian clocked his seasonal best of 13.86 in the men's 110m hurdles to win the 2013 Thailand Open Track and Field Championships in Thamassat University, Rangsit (Bangkok) Thailand.  The 25-year-old World championship representative not only hit the SEA Games qualifying mark set by MAF but he defeated the two-time SEA Games champion Jamras Rittidet of Thailand for second time this year. Jamras clocked 14.02 for silver. However the Thai has a PB of 13.77 and ran a wind-assisted 13.67A as well as 10.36w in the 100m in the USA last April. For a record, Rayzam defeated Jamras in the recent Moscow World Championships after both 'collided' each other during the race.

Rayzam (right) 'against' Jamras during Moscow World Championships

Thailand's Supanara Sukhasvasti Ayudhaya won the men's long jump after registering 7.75m (+0.5) in his first attempt. The two-time SEA Games champion and Asian Championship silver medalist fouled in his four attempts. Kuwait's Saleh Alhaddad was in 2nd in a jump of 7.57m (+0.1).

In men's 1500m, South korea's Park Dae Sung takes the gold in a time of 3:55.38, just ahead of SEA Games silver medalist Mervin Guarte of the Philippines who clocked 3:55.59.

Sri Lanka's K.M.N.J. Gunathilaka ran 52.17 in the men's 400m hurdles for gold and just beaten the Philippines' Junrey Bano (52.24) in second. Experienced hurdler Artem Dyatlov of Uzbekistan who has a PB of 49.30 in third (52.47).

Malaysia's Nauraj Singh Randhawa cleared 2.11m in the men's high jump for gold medal. Two jumpers behind him ended with 2.08m. Another Malaysian Mohd Khairil Harith Harun won the men's 20km walk but clocked a slow time of 1:38:12.

Meanwhile, Uzbekistan athletes performed well in the women's events. Anastasiya Aslanidu whose hammer throw PB of 52.40m set last June in Almaty won her event. She threw the iron ball at a distance of 50.78m. Asian championship silver medalist Yekaterina Voronina totaled 5387 in the women's heptathlon to steal the gold from the two-time Asian champion Wassana Winatho of Thailand who finished a few points behind (5353). Nataliya Asanove added another gold for Uzbeks camp when she won the 400m hurdles, clocking 61.10. Josie Malacad of the Philippines took silver in 61.61.  However, first gold medal for the Philippines in the meet was produced by Catherine Kay Santos in the women's long jump when she leaped 5.99m (0.0)

The century dash finals will be in Friday, the final day of the meet which was started in Tuesday (3rd of Sep). Jirapong meenapra of Thailand will be a favorite for men event after clocking 10.41 in semifinals. A  week ago he ran 10.47 and a day later 10.45 in Thailand SEA Games trials at the same venue.


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