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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