Rayzam Shah runs 13.67s (+1.7) and Breaks Nur Herman Majid's National Record

>> May 27, 2017

Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian has finally made it, he wrote his name into Malaysian athletics' record books, and this time breaking Nur Herman Majid's 23-year-old national record of 13.73s.

The Sabahan has just clocked a time of 13.67s (+1.7) to win his final B race at the Kurpfalz Gala, a local track meeting at Weinheim, Germany. He ran 13.97 (0.0) in heats.

For a record, he won the gold medal at 2007 SEA Games, 10 years ago at age of 18.

Chance to win 2017 SEA Games
If he can finish the race, no doubt it's a gold medal. Closest rival is Laotian Anouxone Xaysa who has a personal best of 14.00s. Defending SEA games champion, Jamras Rittidet of Thailand is retired.

Chance to run at 2017 IAAF World championships
He must run 13.48s before 23 July.

All sub-13.90 by Rayzam
13.67 (+1.7) ..... Weinheim GER 27 May 2017
13.81 (+0.2) ..... Melbourne AUS 2012
13.83 (-2.3) ..... Chonburi THA 2012
13.85 (0.0) ..... Zeulenroda GER 25 May 2017
13.86 (+0.7) ..... Palembang INA 2011
13.86 (-0.5) ..... Nottwil SUI 2012
13.85 (+0.3) ..... Bangkok THA 2013
13.87 (-0.7) ..... Kanchanaburi THA 2012
13.89 (+1.9) ..... Weinheim GER 2012
13.89 (+0.3) ..... Zeulenroda GER 25 May 2017

Southeast Asian all-time rankings
13.61 ... Jamras Rittidet THA ... Busan KOR 2014
13.67 ... Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian MAS ... Weinheim GER 2017
13.73 ... Nur Herman Majid MAS ... Hiroshima JPN 1994
13.85 ... Mohd Robani Hassan MAS ... Kuala Lumpur MAS 2008
13.90 ... Suphan Wongsriphuck THA ... Nakhon Ratchasima  THA 2008
14.00 ... Mohd Faiz Muhammad MAS ... Nakhon Ratchasima THA 2007
14.00 ... Anousone Xaysa LAO ... Bangkok THA 2016


Official results of Rayzam Shah's new National record of 13.67s

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Another National Record by Irfan Shamsudin 62.55m and Rayzam Shah runs 13.85

>> May 26, 2017

This unstoppable beast has just broken another national record, now with 62.55m throw.

Irfan Shamsuddin has just became the first Southeast Asian to throw over 60m at discuss throw. It was done with a throw of 61.10m at Halle on the 21st of May.

About only two days after that (23rd May) he renewed the mark in a throwing meeting at Turnov, Czech Republic with a distance of 61.56m.

On the 25th of May, the two-time SEA Games champion eclipsed his record again with a throw of 62.55m during the Union Leichtathletic Gala at Linz, Austria.

He was in second behind Austrian Lukas Weisshaidinger who threw 65.35m.

Irfan with his coach Franktisek Petrovic after throwing another national record of 62.55

Results
1. Lukas Weisshaidinger (AUT) 65.35m
2. IRFAN SHAMSUDDIN (MAS) 62.55m
3. Roland Varda (CRO) 58.65m
4. Igo Gondor (CZE)  53.76m

Irfan's throw series
55.87 / 62,55 / 58.15 / 56.91 / X / X


Rayzam Shah has posted two sub 13.90 in Germany

Meanwhile on the same day (25th), Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian has done two sub 13.90s at 110m hurdles in a track meeting at Zeulenroda, Germany.

He clocked a time of 13.89 (0.3) in heats and then 13.85 (0.0) in the finals.

Rayzam returned to Liepzig on the 9th of May to train under his German coach Jan Erasmus May - three weeks after the South African training camp where he ran two sub 14.00s (13.93 each) from two separate competitions.

The race was won by German Eric Balnuwet in 13.63 (heats 13.57), Rayzam in second while Julian Marquet third in 13.93.

Rayzam' chance to win SEA Games
The chance to bag gold medal is very high - Thai Jamras Rittidet the defending champion is retired. The closest is a hurdler from Laos who has a lifetime best of 14.00s.


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Irfan Shamsuddin sets another record with 61.56m at Turnov, Czech Republic

>> May 23, 2017

Only two days after recording a personal best of 61.16m that also a Malaysian and Southeast Asian record, Irfan Shamsuddin has set another impressive throw of 61.56m at Turnov Check Republic today (23 May 2017) - again a new national record and Southeast Asian record.

Another impressive throw of 61.56m registered by Irfan Shamsuddin at Turnov

Results
1. Martin Wierig GER 64.73
2. Piotr Malachowski POL 64.53
3. Robert Urbanek POL 63.70
4. IRFAN SHMSUDDIN (MAS) 61.56
5. Jaromír Mazgal CZE 58.56
6. Igor Gondor CZE 54.68

Level of this performance
This would ranks him top 5 Asia annually in the Asian Athletics Rankings. You need to throw 67m in order to be top 10 of the world, throw 65m for top 30, or throw 64m for top 50. The 61.56m would make top 100 of the world.

Chance to win Asian Games
In the last three Asian Games (2014- 2006), first three results are 65.11 62.58 61.25 and 67.99 63.46 63.13 and 63.79 62.11 60.82, respectively. He will further improve his distance, therefore encance the chance of winning a medal in 2018 Asian Games as well.

Chance to win Commonwealth Games
Need to throw 63m in order to be in top 10 of Commonwealth annual rankings, but to win a medal in Commonwealth games, 62m would be sufficient if you are lucky.

Chance to qualify for IAAF world championships, London 2017
Must throw 65m before 23 July.



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Irfan Shamsuddin becomes the first Southeast Asian to throw 60m in discus throw

>> May 21, 2017

Malaysia's Irfan Shamsuddin surpasses 60m mark in discuss throw.

He registered a distance 61.10m at Halle, Germany today (21 May 2017) to finish in 3rd position in the U23 competition.

Clemens Prufer won it in 62.29m, while Torben Brandt in second in 62.09m.

His mark rewrites his own national record of 59.29m which he set at Samorin, Slovakia last year.

Also, it renews the Southeast Asian Record of 59.87m by Singapore's James Wong Tuck Yim set in 1999 at Wiesbaden

Interestingly it is the first mark registered over 60m (and 61m) by a Southeast Asian.

Irfan Shamsuddin became the first Southeast Asian to throw over 60m in discus throw

All-time ten best marks by Irfan

61.10 ... 2017 ... Halle
59.29 ... 2016 ... Samorin
58.48 ... 2016 ... St. Polten
58.33 ... 2016 ... Halle
58.29 ... 2016 ... Budapest
58.04 ... 2015 ... Kuala Lumpur
57.59 ... 2017 ... Singapore
57.58 ... 2016 ... Sollentuna
56.91 ... 2017 ... Lumut
56.62 ... 2015 ... Singapore
56.35 ... 2016 ... Ried

Photo by Karen Yap

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Selangor Open Athletics Championships 2017

>> May 14, 2017

Kuala Lumpur, 13-14 May 2017 "Selangor Open Track and Field Championships 2017"
-state championships, with guests from Singapore
-best results as follows

MEN

100m (13) (nwi)
1. Mohd Izzuddin Yahaya 10.66
2. Mohd Haiqal Hanafi 10.68
3 Badrul HisyamAbdul Manap 10.79
4. Calvin Kang Li Loong (SGP) 10.81
5. Muhamad Solihin Jamali 10.82
6. Mohamad Aiedel Saadon 10.88

Semifianal
Heat 1: Izzuddin Yahaya 10.52, Calvin Kang (SGP) 10.57, Timothee Yap (SGP) 10.71
Heat 2: Badrul Hisyam 10.61, Haiqal Hanafi 10.64, Ariff Januri (SGP) 10.85, Nazri Mustafa 10.94, Fulfiqar Ismail 10.98
Heat 3: Khairyil Amri (SGP) 10.79, Hariz Darajit (SGP) 10.85
Heat 4 (questionable!): Aiedel Saadon 10.47, Zahid Roskalana 10.49, Solihin Samali 10.63, Zabidi Ghazali 10.80, Azim Ifwat Mohd Azam 10.87

Heats
Heat 1:  Izzuddin Yahaya 10.68, Haiqal Hanafi 10.80
Heat 2: Badrul Hisyam 10.76
Heat 4: Aiedel Saadon 10.98
Heat 5: Solihin Jamali 10.94, Hariz Darajit (SGP) 10.98
Heat 6: Nazreen Ezat 10.82
Heat 9: Calvin Kang (SGP) 10.56, Fulfiqar Ismail 10.91

200m (14)
1. Izzuddin Yahaya 21.60
2. Kannathasan Subramaniam 22.03
3. Muhamad Azim Azam 22.86

Semifinals
Heat 2: Kannathasan Subramaniam 22.08
Heat 3: Harith Ammar Mohd Sobri 21.87, Mohd Izzuddin Yahaya 21.88, Nazreen Ezat Che Hassan 22.27

Heats
Heat 8: Calvin Kang (SGP) 22.17
Heat 9: Timothee Yap (SGP) 21.91, Harith Ammar Mohd Sobri 21.92

400m (13)
1. Anchois Aron 48.03
2. Fairol Nazim Mohd Noor 48.23
3. Azam Mazri 48.28
4. Kwong Kar Jun 48.61
5. Saiful Safwan Zinuddin 49.09

Semifinal
Heat 1: Mohd Fairol Nazim 47.77, Anchois Aron 48.56, Azam Masri 49.29
Heat 2: Shahmimi Azmi 48.98
Heat 3: Saiful Safwan Zainuddin 49.60
Heat 4: Ilham Suhaimi 48.96

800m (14)
1. K. Saravanan (SGP) 1:57.76
2. Ryan Zachary Devaray  (SGP) 1:59.62
3. Maheswarean 2:04.17

Heats 
Heat 1: Royson Vincent 1:55.03, Saravanan (SGP) 1:57.00, Berchmns Arrulbass 1:58.20
Heat 3: Putra Azrul Syazwan Azman 1:55.61, Muhd Nabil Mohd Nizar 1:58.28
Heat 4: Maheswaran 1:59.56, Zachary Ryan Devaraj (SGP) 2:00.15

1500m (13)
1. Prabudass Krishnan 4:00.27
2. Asif Rahman Jiyaudeen 4:02.72
3. Haja Fayis (SGP) 4:09.75

5000m (13)
1. R. Thevan 15:40.78
2. M. Govinda 16:02.67
3. Azwan Bunjing 16:03.26

3000m Steeplechase (14)
1. Devin Raj 10:01.79
2. Jivarasan Suthang 10:11.71
3. Prethibkumar Janakyraman 10:26.88

110m hurdles (14)
1. Ang Chen Xiang (SGP) 14.53
2. Juan Wei Siang 15.33
3. Mohd Naim Abdullah 15.52

400m hurdles (13)
1. Quek Le Yong 52.81
2. Firdaus Mazalan-II  53.57
3. Mohd Farhan Hafsyam 53.78

High Jump (14)
1. Syazwan Ahmad 2.10
2. Muhd Nasiruddin (SGP) 1.95
3. Ahmad Najwan Aqra 1.95

Pole Vault (14)
1. Ng De Wi (SGP) 4.40
2. Desmond Boey (SGP) 4.40
3. Muhamad Afiq Ahmad Ilham 4.20
4. Muhammad Naufal Shahrul AfzaN 4.20

Long Jump (14)
1. Mohd Shahrin Azuan 6.75
2. Muhammad Hafzuddin Farhan 6.64
3. Tong Chin Mok 6.49

Triple Jump (14)
1. Muhammad Hakimi Ismail 16.61 (wind?)
2. Jonathan Larus 14.81
3. Lau Jit Sung 14.30
4. Fitri Anaqi Sobri 14.29
5. Mohd Iqbal Mohd Zuki 14.03

Shot Put (13)
1. Fariz Jamaluddin 13.95
2. Loh Cen Hao 12.66
3. Faqriez Fazuri 12.53

Discus Throw (13)
1. Abdul Rahman Lee 45.56
2. Benny Lam (SGP) 45.35
3. Fariz Hazim Jamaluddin 42.87

Javelin Throw (13)
1. Muhd Ashraf Abu 58.27
2. Mohd Rozaini Subki 54.15
3. Akid Chong Mohd Izham 54.10

10000m Walk (14)
1. Mior Muhammad Amerul Ishak 48:43.96
2. Rajaratnam Munaindy 48:44.73
3. Irfan Hanania Shahrir 50:46.88

4x100m (13)
1. SSTMI Team 40.29
2. Singapore Team 40.50
3. SSTMI B Team 41.68

WOMEN

100m (13) (nwi)
1. Nor Aliyah Ab Rahman 12.27
2. Kugapriya Chandaran (SGP) 12.34
3. Norris Foo 12.47
4. Nur Izlyn (SGP) 12.47

200m (14)
1. Nor Aliyah Ab Rahman 24.81
2. Norris Foo 25.84
3. Darshini Murugan 26.23

Heats
Heat 1: Nor Aliyah Ab Rahman 25.72
Heat 5: Norris Foo 25.84

400m (13)
1. Darshini Murugan 60.21
2. Zaimah Atifah 60.84
3. Nona Azama Mohd Noor 61.15

800m (14)
1. Lossini J (SGP) 2:21.07
2. Narmadha 2:29.51
3. Izza Jasmina 2:33.82

1500m (13)
1. Sheela Samivellu 4:59.00
2. Manissha Arokisamy 5:09.50
3. Koong Jia Lin 5:12.24

5000m (13)
1. Pavithra Devi 20:33.30
2. Lim Liang Hui 23:26.06
3. Angela Kundang 24:03.24

100m hurdles (14)
1. Nur Syafiqah Anis Abu Bakar 14.59
2. Nurul Nabilah Azhar 16.03
3. Noor Rafhanah Abdul Aziz 17.16

400m hurdles (13)
1. Saidatul Izzati Suhaimi 66.97
2. Nur Ain Mohd Zulkifli 68.02
3. Tan Wei Rou 71.53

High Jump (14)
1. Michelle Sng (SGP) 1.75
2. Shahira Sazali 1.65
3. Valerie Chong (SGP) 1.60
4. Nurul Faleha 1.60

Pole Vault (14)
1. Justina Chan Jia Min 3.50
2. Nurul Fitriyana Abd Rani 3.30
3. Puteri Nur Adila 3.30

Long Jump (14)
1. Ng Yu Jie 5.30
2. Noor Amy Lieyana Ismail 5.12
3. Fatin Ilyana Mat Layan 4.84

Triple Jump (14)
1. Nurul Ashikin Abas 12.28
2. Mahira Ishak 11.90
3. Nurul Anis Aunie Husin 11.26

Shot Put (13)
1. Rahilah Othman 13.12
2. Bibi Nurishah Ishak 13.01
3. Norhasihma Mohamad 12.62

Discus Throw (14)
1. Oq Si Xing (SGP) 38.59

Javelin Throw (13)
1. Pavithraa Devi 41.08
2. Wong Nie Nie 39.50
3. Fatin Nur Shahiera 36.53

5000m Walk (14)
1. Nurul Ashikin Hussin 27:52.60
2. Celeste Ho Wing Sum 30:10.33
3. Ng Zi Ling 30:48.43

4x100m (13)
1. SSBJ Team 51.98


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