Results 78th Singapore Open Track and Field Championships 2016

>> April 30, 2016

HIGHLIGHTS (2nd day - 29 April)

  • Indonesian quartet set new national record (NR) in the 4x100m with 39.28s (old NR 39.32 same venue 2015). Surprisingly this team has beaten Asia's top teams, Chinese Taipei (39.36) and Thailand (39.81) in 2nd and 3rd, respectively.
  • Philippine's Ernest Obiena cleared 5.5m again at pole vault, now with 5.55m that is a new Southeast Asian record.
  • Malaysia's Aravinn Thevarr ran 21.04s at 200m, 3rd fastest in Malaysian All-Time.
  • Malaysia's Hakimi Ismail won men's triple jump in 16.12m.
  • Malaysia's Irfan Shamsuddin threw 55.65m in his pet event discus throw.
  • Singapore's SEA Games champion Veronica Shanti Pereira won women's 200m in 24.04s.
  • Malaysian women quartet eclipsed 4x100m NR with 45.32s, despite with little to no relay training prior to the championships.
DETAILED RESULTS (Day 2)

200m (0.0)
1. Aravinn Thevarr Gunasegaran MAS 21.07 (3rd MAS All-Time)
2. Le Tong Hinh VIE 21.08
3. Jonathan Nyepa MAS 21.56
4. Muhamad Naqib INA 21.60
5. Alexander Careww AUS 21.85
Semifinals
1s1 Aravinn 21.04 (0.0)
1s2 Jonathan Nyepa 21.64
Heats
1h1 Le Tong Hinhh 21.34 (0.0)
2h1 Aravinn (0.0)

800m
1. Kesavan Maniam MAS 1:52.81
2. Asif Rahman Jiyaudeen MAS 1:53.90
3. Putra Azrul Syazwan MAS 1:55.14
4. Dhashman Thangavelu MAS 1:57.16

5000m
1. Geun Tae Yook KOR 15:03.28
2. Atjong Tio Purnomo INA 15:05.39
3. San Naing MYA 15:11.20
4. Nurshodiq INA 15:11.21

400mh
1. Cai Jun I CHN 51.65
2. Andrian CHN 52.33
3. Chan Ka Chun HKG 53.08
4. Rio Maholtra INA 53.44
5. Muhamad Firdaus Mazalan II 53.59

Pole Vault
1. Ernest John Obiena PHI 5.55 (NR / SEA Record)
2. Hsieh Chia Han TPE 5.10
3. Iskandar Alwi MAS 5.00

Triple Jump
1. Muhammad Hakimi Ismail 16.12 (+0.1)

Discus Throw
1. Muhammad Irfan Shamsuddin 55.65
2. Ruckpaul Uli GER 52.72
3. Julien Rapet SIN 44.36

4x100m
1. Indonesia A 39.28 (NR)
(Iswandi, Yaspi boby, Fadlin, Dwi Nugroho)
2. Hong Kong 39.36
(Tang Yik Chun, Ng Ka Fung, Tsui Ch Ho, Lai Chun Ho)
3. Thailand 39.81
(N.Weerawongratansiri, Pipat Nupuang, Sakchai Laomool, Woranun Saechin)
4. Thailand B 40.33
5. Singapore A 40.44
6. Malaysia 40.79
(Shahmimi Azmi, Aravinn Thevarr, Jonathan Nyepa, Nixson Kennedy)

WOMEN
200m (-1.7)
1. Veronica Shanti Pereira SIN 24.04
2. Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli MAS 24.36
3. Nguyen Thi Oanh VIE 24.48
4. Komalam Shally Selveratnam 24.51
5. Siti Fatimah Mohamad 24.90
6. Maria Nea Mattila FIN 25.03
Heats
1h1 Nguyen Thi Onah 24.30 (0.0)
2h1 Zaidatul husniah 24.30 (0.0)
1h2 Siti Fatimah 24.88

800m
1. Swe Li Myint MYA 2:15.64

5000m
1. Rini Budiarti INA 17:53.09

Pole Vault
1. Nara Idea Jelita INA 3.75
2. Rachel Yang SIN 3.60
3. Emily Jeane Obiena PHI 3.40
3. Chuah Yu Tian MAS 3.40
3. Devi Ayu Febriana INA 3.40
6. Justina Chan SIN 3.40
7. Riezel Buenaventure PHI 3.40

Triple Jump
1. Chen Mu Dan CHN 13.12 (0.0)
2. Noor Shahidatun Nadia Zuki MAS 12.94 (+1.0)
3. Parinya Chuaimaroeng THA 12.62 (-0.1)
4. Laenly Phouthavong LAO 12.41 (+1.1)

Discus Throw
1. Li Tsai Yi TPE 48.17
2. Yap Jeng Tzan MAS 46.85
3. Choo Kang Ni MAS 45.39
4. Dwi Ratnawati INA 44.60

4x100m
1. Malaysia 45.32 (NR)
(Siti Fatimah Mohamad, Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli, Nurul Faezah Asma Mazlan, Komalam Shally)
2. Thailand A 46.02
(Khanrutai Pakdee, Supawan Thipat, Chattha On-uma, Wanwisa Kongthong)
3. Thailand B 46.10
4. Indonesia 46.35
5. Singapore 46.87

Day 1 report

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Nauraj Singh Clears 2.29m High Jump for Rio Olympics

>> April 28, 2016

Malaysian high jumper Nauraj Singh Randhawa cleared a bar of 2.29m to break the national record to to win the 78th Singaporean open today (28 April). It means he tied with the Olympic stadar, or in other words "QUALIFY FOR THE RIO OLYMPICS".

Teammate Norshafiee Mohd Shah was 20cm behind in second, while Myanmar's Htin Lin in 3rd with 2.03m (NR).

The two-time SEA Games champion who recently became the first Malaysian to win the Australian open cleared the heights of 2.20m, 2.23m, 2.26m (new PB), and the 2.29m with his first attempts.

He stopped competing against himself only when his first attempt of 2.31m was not successful.

NAURAJ's >2.20m performances:
2.29 ... Singapore SIN 2016
2.25 ... Canberra AUS 2016
2.23 ... Sydney AUS 2016
2.22 ... Canberra AUS 2015
2.21 ... Kangar MAS 2014
2.21 ... Sydney AUS 2016
2.21 ... Sydney AUS 2016
2.20 ... Kuala Lumpur MAS 2013
2.20 ... Sydney AUS 2015

DETAILED RESULTS (Day 1)

MEN
100m (+0.5)
1. Iswandi INA 10.40
2. Jirapong Meenapra THA 10.43
3. Yaspi boby INA 10.52
4. Kritsada Namsuwan THA 10.56
5. Yudi Nugroho INA 10.59

400m
1. Edgardo Alejan PHI 47.10
2. Mohamad Arif Alet MAS 47.44
3. Alexander Carew AUS 47.54

1500m
1. Mervin Guarte PHI 4:02.72

10000m
1. Agus Prayogo INA 31:04.16

110m Hurdles (+1.0)
1. Zeng Jian Hang CHN 14.04
2. Rio Maholtra INA 14.23
3. Ang Chen Xiang SIN 14.50

Long Jump
1. Chan Ming Tai TPE 7.99 (0.0)
2. Julian Reem Fuentes PHI 7.69 (0.0)
3. Okky Setyo Utomo INA 7.43
4. Suwandi Wijaya INA 7.37 (+0.2)

Shot Put
1. Adi Alifuddin Hussin MAS 17.43
2. Krisna Wahyu INA 16.65
3. Yuarisdianto INA 16.35

Javelin Throw
1. Abdul Hafis INA 69.52
2. Zhong Cheng Hung TPE 68.45
3. Melvin Calano PHI 64.29

WOMEN

100m (0.0)
1. Komalam Shally Selveratnam MAS 11.82
2. Veronica Shanti Pereira SIN 11.84
3. Siti Fatimah Mohamed MAS 11.90
4. Zaidatul Husniah MAS 11.92
5. Nguyen Thi Oanh VIE 12.03

400m
1. Nurul Faezah Asma MAS 55.18
2. Dipna Lim Prasad SIN 56.33
3. Sulastri INA 56.59

100m Hurdles (-0.9)
1. Dedeh Erawati INA 13.65
2. Wang Qing Ling CHN 13.67
3. Lui Lay Yiu HKG 13.91
4. Suchada Meesri THA 14.41
5. Raja Nursheena MAS 14.51

High Jump
1. Nadia Anggraini INA 1.79
2. Yap Sean Yee MAS 1.76
3. Michelle Sng INA 1.70

Long Jump
1. Bui Ti Thu Thao VIE 6.59 (0.0)
2. Marestella Torres PHI 6.40 (+0.1)
3. Maraia Natalia Londa INA 6.34 (0.0)
4. Wang Qing Ling CHN 6.20 (0.0)

Shot Put
1. Le Mi Na KOR 15.55
2. Bibi Nuraishah Ishak MAS 13.10

Javelin Throw
1. Rosie Villarito PHI 43.61

Day 2 report

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Results Nike We Run Half Marathon 2016

>> April 15, 2016

Kuala Lumpur, 10 April 2016 “Nike We Run Half Marathon”
-AIMS/IAAF certified course, national record from women's seniors, Sheela Samivellu with a time of 1:24:55;
-with around 8987 total participants, best results as follows;

MEN

24 Years and Under

1. Thevan Rajoo 1:14:55
2. Vasanthan Balakrishnan 1:17:55
3. Ahmad Luth Hamizan 1:23:13
4. Daniel Lai 1:23:17
5. Neo Shun Jie 1:23:56

25 Years and Above
1. Vadiveelu Arumugam 1:17:57
2. Azwan Bunjing 1:18:17
3. Shahruddin Hashim 1:20:10
4. Mohd Saiful Zainon 1:27:54
5. Ramesh Palaniandy 1:29:07


WOMEN

24 Years and Under

1. Loh Chooi Fern 1:37:08
2. Manissha Arokiasamy 1:40:13
3. Wong Jia Yi 1:48:02
4. Allison Yee 1:50:18
5. Loh Chooi Shawn 1:52:22

25 Years and Above

1. Sheela Samivellu 1:24:55 / NR
2. Noor Amelia Musa 1:29:35
3. Julie Foreman GBR 1:36:45
4. Sanggetha Subramaniam 1:39:44
5. Danielle Nant 1:42:59
6. Shone Forbes ??? 1:44:47
7. Jessica Tang Mei Lee 1:45:49
8. Sue Ling Teoh 1:47:56

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Badrul Hisyam runs 10.39 at Philippine Open, Azam Masri 46.90 400m

>> April 09, 2016

Malaysian junior sprinter Badrul Hisyam Abdul Manap runs 10.39 (-0.1) to win the century dash of the 2016 Philippine Open Track and Field Champs. Teammate Khairul Hafiz Jantan (17 years) won silver medal in a PB time of 10.41s.

Badrul has recorded 10.29s during ASEAN School Games at  Brunei in November 2016 that would be a Malaysian national record by 0.01s. It was not ratified due to technical faulty (wind gauge not at right place). He then run a new national junior record of 10.34s (+1.9) in heats of Pahang open on the 5th of March.

Another teammate, Muhammad Azam Masri (20 years) has gone sub 47s at 400m with a PB time of 46.90s to win silver medal. He lost on the line to the Philippine's highly experience sprinter Edgardo Alejan who set 46.89s.

Badrul, Khairul, and Azam are under the supervision of a local coach Mohd Poad Kasim and they are based in Bandar Penawar Sports School in Johor. Partial results as follows:


100m (-0.1)
1. Badrul Hisyam Abdul Manap (MAS) 10.39
2. Khairul Hafiz Jantan (MAS) 10.41
3. Jomar Udtohan (PHI) 10.60
4. Anfernee Lopena (PHI) 10.65
5. Eddie Edward Jr (MAS) 10.71
6. Brandon Thomas (PHI) 10.80
Semis: Badrul Hisyam 10.3h, Khairul Hafiz Jantan 10.4h, Anfernee Lopena (PHI) 10.4h, Brandon Thomas (PHI) 10.5h;

400m
1. Edgardo Alejan (PHI) 46.89
2. Muhammad Azam Masri (MAS) 46.90

800m
1. Elbren Neri (PHI) 1:52.56
2. Wenlie Maulas (PHI) 1:52.80

3000m SC
1. Christopher Ulboc (PHI) 9:11.79

110m Hurdles (+0.5)
1. Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian (MAS) 14.2h
2. Kingsley Bautista (PHI) 14.5h

Long Jump
1. Donovant Arriola (PHI) 7.48
2. Julian Reem (PHI) 7.41
3. Janry Ubas (PHI) 7.32

Hammer Throw
1. Caleb Stuart (PHI) 61.46
2. Jackie Wong (MAS) 60.84
4. Arniel Ferrera (PHI) 54.26
4. Justin Andre (PHI) 52.63

WOMEN
100m
1. Veronica Pereira (SIN) 11.89 (SF 11.6h)

800m
1. Jessica Barnard (PHI) 2:11.70

100m Hurdles (-0.2)
1. Raja Nursheena Azhar (MAS) 14.4h

Pole Vault
1. Riezel Buenaventure (PHI) 3.40

Long Jump
1. Marestella Torres (PHI) 6.60 (-1.0)
2. Noor Shahidatun Nadia Mohd Zuki (MAS) 6.24 (-1.0)

Discus Throw
1. Hey Lim Jo (KOR) 48.19

Javelin Throw
1. Rosie Villarito (PHI) 45.83
2. Evalyn Palabrica (PHI) 43.55

Acknowledgment
Special thanks to Roselyn Hamero for providing results every year

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