Results Malaysia Open Athletics 2017

>> July 19, 2017

94th Malaysia Open Track and Field Championships
-national championships at Kuala Lumpur
-day 1 results click here

MEN
200m final (0.0) (18)
1. Kharul Hafiz Jantan 20.90 (NR)
2. Jonathan Nyepa 21.29
3. Aravinn Thevarr Gunasegaran 21.31
4. Luong Van Thao (VIE) 21.42
5. Tonga Jody Edmund 21.53
6. Archand Christian Bagsit (PHI) 21.63
7. Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi 21.77

400m final (18)
1. Tran Dinh Son (VIE) 47.11
2. Edgardo Alejan Jr (PHI) 47.55
3. Muhammad Azam Masri 47.59
4. Mohd Fairol Nazim 47.78
5. Mohd Saiful Safuan Saifuddin 48.03
6. Anchois Aron 48.17
7. Nguyen Huu Tuong (VIE) 48.65
8. Kannathasan Subramaniam 48.83

1500m (18)
1. Ahmad Luth Hamizan 3:58.55
2. Damith Hemantha Kumara (SRI) 3:59.15
3. Neri Elbrin (PHI) 3:59.63
4. Asif Rahman Jiyaudeen 3:59.63  (=)

3000m Steeplechase (18)
1. Christopher Ulboc (PHI) 9:26.94
2. Immuel Caminho (PHI) 9:37.72
3. Devin Roy Vincent 9:52.26
4. Devesshraja Sathiahmoorthy 9:54.95
5. Ahmad Muhammad Hamizan 10:04.08
6. Gokhul Raj Balakrishnan 10:17.21

110mh final (18)
1. Clinton Kingsley Bautista (PHI) 14.16
2. Ang Chen Xiang (SGP) 14.64
3. Mohd Rizzua Haizad Muhamad 14.91
4. Mohd Fazillah Khamis 15.24
5. Mohaswadie Mohammad 15.54
6. Mohd Naim Abdullah 15.93

Long Jump (18)
1. Tyler Ruiz (PHI) 7.34
2. Janry Ubas (PHI) 7.29
3. Aries Toledo (PHI) 7.29
4. Mohd Muslim Mohd Nazri 6.92
5. Jonathan Larus 6.80
6. Muhd Taufik Mohamad 6.71

Shot Put (18)
1. Adi Alifuddin Hussin 15.28
2. Faris Hazim Jamaluddin 13.79
3. Mohammad Faqrie Fazuri 12.76
4. Mohd Hafiz Hashim 12.67
5. Goh Wei Kiang 12.58

Hammer Throw (18)
1. Johnny Ling Siew Hong 50.13
2. Muhammad Farhan Hamdi 43.38
3. Sadat Marzuqi Ajisan 42.49
4. Muhamad Nizam Mohd Zuki 42.23

Javelin Throw (18)
1. Sampath Ranasinghe Denagamage (SRI) 70.17
2. Melvin Calano (PHI) 64.07
3. Kenny Gonzalez (PHI) 59.90
4. Mohd Bakri Hamid 59.76
5. Muhammad Asyraf Abu 58.56

4x100m (18)
1. Melaka State Team 40.43
2. Brunei State Team 41.38
3. Johor State Team 42.10

WOMEN

200m final (w?) (18)
1. Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli 24.12
2. Komalam Shally Selveratnam 24.27
3. Siti Fatimah Mohamad 24.58
4. Eloiza Luzon (PHI) 24.69
5. Silina Pha Aphay (LAO) 26.31

400m final (18)
1. Upamalika Rathna (SRI) 53.88
2. Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusof 55.90
3. Nurul Faizah Asma Mazlan 57.09
4. Tanalaksiumy Mahenthiran Rayer 58.05
5. Zaimah Atifah Zainuddin 61.08

1500m (18)
1. Teoh Kim Chyi 4:52.03
2. Sheela Samivellu 4:55.46
3. Narmandha Munikrishnan 5:14.41

100mh final (18)
1. Raja Nursheena Raja Azhar 14.44
2. Nur Syafiqah Abu Bakar 14.95
3. Juriani Mat Rodi 16.22

Pole Vault (18)
1. Chuah Yu Tian 3.70
2. Rachel Isabel Yang Bingjie (SGP) 3.60
3. Nurul Fitriyana Abd Rani 3.20
4. Nor Sarah Adi 2.60

Long Jump (18)
1. Katherine Khay Santos (PHI) 5.83
2. Kirthana Ramasamy 5.79
3. Nurul Fatimatul Zahrah Awang 5.78
4. Noor Shahidatun Naddia Mohd Zuki 5.72
5. Laenly Phouthavong (LAO) 5.49

Hammer Throw (18)
1. Nurfazira Jalaluddin 51.39
2. Nurul Hidayah Lukamn 43.46
3. Fatin Nabilah Ibrahim 41.51
4. Nur Aqilah Abd Hakim 40.17
5. Adriena Zairul Anuar 35.14

Javelin Throw (18)
1. Evalyn Palabrica (PHI) 44.95
2. Nur Fatin Adibah Suharman 44.59
3. Rosie Villarito (PHI) 43.01
4. Narcisa Atienza (PHI) 4246
5. Wong Nie Nie 41.71
6. Fatin Nur Shahiera Che Rahim 40.30
7. Nur Fadilah Mohd Zaini 40.14

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Khairul Hafiz Clocks 20.90s at 200m to Break Malaysian Oldest Record

Khairul Hafiz Jantan clocked 20.90s (0.0) to obliterate M.Jegathesan's 200m national record of 20.92s which has stood for 49 years since the 1968 Olympic Games.

The defending Asian junior champion has won the Malaysia open race ahead of teammates Jonathan Nyepa and Aravinn Thevarr Gunasegaran who clocked 21.29s and 21.31s, respectively.

Hafiz took the glory with a new championship record, erasing the 20.94s mark of Japan's Kento Terada that was set during the 2013 championships.

It also came after a controversial false start at the recently concluded Asian championships which saw the 19-year-old become the victim of poor judgment that results in his disqualification from the 100m finals after running the fastest times in heats (10.28s) and semifinals (10.24s).

This achievement has left Australia's Peter Norman (20.06s) as the only athlete to have his 200m national record, which was established from the 1968 Olympics at Mexico City to remain until today.

He is now a clear favorite to win both 100m and 200m at the 2017 Southeast Asian games next month.

Hafiz's best times at 200m 

20.90 .......... Kuala lumpur ... July 2017
21.01 .......... Ho Chi Minh ... Jun 2016
21.03 .......... Kuching ... July 2016
21.08 .......... Kuala Lumpur ... July 2017
21.10 .......... Kuala Lumpur ... Oct 2016
21.14 .......... Pasig ... Apr 2016
21.14 .......... Kuching ... Jul 2016
21.15 .......... Ho Chi Minh ... Jun 2016
21.16 .......... Kuala Lumpur ... Oct 2016

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Results 94th Malaysia Open Track and Field Championships 2017

>> July 17, 2017

94th Malaysia Open Track and Field Championships
-national championships at Kuala Lumpur
-day 2 results click here

MEN

100m final (wind?) (17)
1. Hassan Said (MDV) 10.49
2. Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi 10.55
3. Badrul Hisyam Abdul Manap 10.62
4. Nixson Kennedy 10.67
5. Muhammad Aqil Yasmin 10.68
6. Tonga Jody Edmund 10.83
7. Eddie Edward Jr 10.92
8. Md Nur Firdaus Idrus (BRU) 10.96

800m (17)
1. Marco Vilog (PHI) 1:51.24
2. Royson Vincent 1:51.24
3. Asif Rahman Jiyaudeen 1:51.69
4. Ahmad Luth Hamizan 1:52.34
5. Raymond Yew 1:54.12
6. Putra Azrul Syazwan Azam 1:54.13
7. Mohd Nabil Mohd Nizar 1:56.17
8. Damith Hemantha Kumara (SRI) 1:56.39
9. Jomon Papau 1:57.29

400m hurdles (17)
1. Quach Cong Lich (VIE) 51.03
2. Quek Lee Yong 52.36
3. Mohd Farhan Hafsyam Zahid 52.64
4. Phan Khac Hiang (VIE) 53.00
5. Muhamad Firdaus Mazalan-II 53.62
6. Athur Aron 54.46

5000m (17)
1. Prabudass Krishnan 15:19.55
2. Thevan Rajoo 15:20.44
3. Muhaizar Mohamad 16:08.39
4. Govinda Mogan 16:22.39

High Jump (17)
1. Muhd Ashraf Saipu Rahman 2.11
2. Norshafiee Md Shah 2.11
3. Narongrit Katsaeng (THA) 2.09
4. Muhammad Syazwan Ahmad 2.09

Pole Vault (17)
1. Muhammad Afiq Ahmad ALham 4.40
2. Muhammad Arif Haiqal Mohd Azizi 4.05
3. Muhammad Luqman Mohd Zuki 4.00
4. Mohmad Izzat Nordin 3.90

Triple Jump (17)
1. Muhammad Hakimi Ismail 16.33
2. Ronnie Malipay (PHI) 15.46
3. Jonathan Larus 14.72
4. Mohamad Fitri Anaky Sobry 14.36

Discus Throw (17)
1. Narong Benjaroon (THA) 49.41
2. Aroonsil Malasri (THA) 47.42
3. Muhammad Afifi Najiy Ali 44.17
4. Faris Hazim Jamaluddin 43.27
5. Abdul Rahman Lee 42.17

WOMEN

100m (wind?) (17)
1. Siti Fatimah Mohamad 11.91
2. Komalam Shally Selveratnam 11.97
3. Eloiza Luzon (PHI) 11.99
4. Norris Foo 12.42
5. Katherine Khay Santos (PHI) 12.67
6. Silina Pha Khai (LAO) 12.78

400m hurdles (17)
1. Niluka Dushanthe (SRI) 60.68
2. Nurul Faizah Asma Mazlan 63.17
3. Saidatul Izzati Suhaimi 65.30
4. Mandy Goh Li 69.34
5. Juriani Mat Rodzi 71.36

5000m (17)
1. Sangeetha Subramaniam 20:47.11
2. Kirthana Loganathan 24:11.05
-two participants!

High Jump (17)
1. Yap Sean Yee 1.72
2. Narcisa Atienza (PHI) 1.64
3. Nurul Falena Gunasekara 1.64
4. Ngu Hia Xin 1.60

Triple Jump (17)
1. Kirthana Ramasamy 13.18
2. Laenly Phouthavong (LAO) 12.09
3. Riska Nuliananda (INA) 11.29

Shot Put (17)
1. Areerat Intadis (THA) 14.78
2. Sawitri Thongchao (THA) 14.24
3. Rahilah Othman 13.12
4. Bibi Noraishah Ishak 12.63
5. Narcisa Atienza (PHI) 11.55

Discus Throw (17)
1. Reah Joy Sumalpong (PHI) 44.11
2. Yap Jeng Tzan 43.23
3. Choo Kang Nie 43.19
4. Queenie Ting Kung Ni 42.82
5. Charuwan Srosiena (THA) 39.52

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Irfan Shamsuddin Throws 60.96m to Bag Silver Medal at Asian Championships

>> July 06, 2017

Malaysia' s two-time SEA Games champion IRFAN SHAMSUDDIN bagged silver medal from men's discuss throw today at the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships.

He threw a distance of 60.96m in the fifth attempt after the unconvincing first two throws of 50.93m and 50.83m, respectively. He then registered 57.53m in his third throw to just avoid the elimination, which then enabled him to take the next three throws.

For a record this is the very first medal of throwing events won by a Malaysian in Asian championships.

Iran's three-time Asian games champion Ehsan Hadidi won his sixth Asian championship titles with the victory here.

Men's discus throw results
1. Ehsan Hadidi IRI 64.54
2. Irfan Shamsuddin MAS 60.96
3. Vikas Gowda IND 60.81
4. Mustafa Kadhim IRQ 60.30
5. Mohammad Samimi IRI 59.80

Meanwhile, Zaidatul Husniah won women's 100m heat 2 (11.79), while Siti Fatimah also won heat 4 in 11.88.

Khairul Hafiz won heat 2, equaling Jonathan's SEA leading time of 10.28 (+0.1) - the fastest time in heats. Qatar's World class sprinter Femi Ogunode ran 10.29 in heat 5. Jonathan Nyepa ended 3rd place in heat 5 in 10.53.

All four Malaysian sprinters will proceed to semifinals.

Meanwhile, Badrul Hisyam has done another personal best in men's 400m, 47.46, two hundreds of a second faster than his previous best which he set during the morning heats. He however missed the finals.

Shahidatun Nadia is currently struggle with her performance and leaped only 5.84m in women's long jump.

Earlier in the morning, Lee Hup Wei cleared 2.10m to easily qualify for finals.

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Speed Development Using Reactive Strength and Explosive Strength

In many sports, not only you need a high level of maximal strength but you need to also ensure the strength that you have can be utilized as effectively as possible, and this is even crucial when it comes to track sprinting.

No matter how strong you're, if you can't apply it to your sports, that does not count. The most important is whether it can help you to become a better athlete.

We have consistently observed a wide majority of sprinters that considered maximal strength as a way to go, use it to develop the fundamental to sprint faster. This is certainly true since higher force production is important in any high-speed and power events. Given that there are basically two general ways to improve your force production (increase mass lifted, and increase the ability to move it), strength development is a must.

Certainly, strength is the vehicle for sprinting. But fast sprinting needs more than maximal strength. The actions that occur during sprinting is not slow nor normal, but very fast one and also repetitive. Fast movement requires reflexive ground contact, rapid stretching and shortening of muscles (stretch-shortening cycle), well-coordinated movements, and stability of the action itself. This can ensure a good and consistent execution of sprint movements. Therefore reactive strength and explosive strength comes to mind. Hence, a more specific strength development is necessary.

The primary difference between reactive strength and explosive strength is how the movement is performed.
  • Reactive strength - exercises which specifically involve brief contact with the ground such as bounding, ankle hops, and jump over hurdles.
  • Explosive strength - exercise that implemented with vigorous actions such as during jump exercises. For example, box jump. The rapid extension of joints such as the knees and hips during box jump is the element of explosiveness. Power clean, snatch, and medicine ball slams are among others.
In one complete movement, the reactive component may precede the explosive component. As a whole, both contribute significantly to a fast movement such as sprinting.

Vertical and horizontal forces
The movement that you choose can play a significant role in how the forces are oriented and developed. The vertical and horizontal force production can determine how fast and how far the body is moved and propelled. A greater force applied on the ground (say within the 0.10s contact phase) propels the body to a greater distance while spending less time in the air through an effective utilization of the cyclic coordinated movement. Considering these can help optimize the sprinting specific skills. Forward jump is an example of horizontal force development and any vertical jumps or tasks should develop the vertical forces. Both are required in sprint running.

So the principle of fast sprinting is not limited to this, but for this time around we will try to address both reactive strength and explosive strength, therefore, here are some important points in coaching: 
  • High power output during the contact phase
  • Spend less time on the ground
  • Better use of strength shortening cycle 
Strength programming for speed
This is not a complicated task to do but the challenge is how do we incorporate them into a structured training program, which incorporates the technical (track workout) and physical development. We will see how the program can be implemented. We will use only some selected but appropriate exercises for linear sprints (but none are hamstring specific exercise). 

Maximal strength
Back squat, 4 sets x 4-6 reps x 85-90% 1RM
Bench press, 4 sets x 4-6 reps x 85-90% 1RM
Bulgarian squat, 4 sets x 4-6 reps ES x 40-45% 1RM

Reactive strength
Pogo jump (lightweight), 5 sets x 8 reps, 1-min rest between set
30-40cm drop jump, 3 sets x 6-10 reps, 10s rest between rep, 1-3 mins rest between sets
12" 6 mini-hurdle jumps, 4 sets, 1-min rest between sets

Explosive strength
1A Clean pull, 4 sets x 3-6 reps x 80% 1RM
1B Jump squat, 4 sets x 3-6 reps x 20kg
2A Split snatch, 4 x 3-6 reps x 50% 1RM
2B Standing long jump, 3 sets x 6 reps
3A Accentuated box jump, 3 sets x 6 reps
Rest between reps = 30 secs, rest between sets = 3-min

Choice of exercises for weekly program (microcycle)

Day 1 Speed Strength session
Number of exercises = 6-8
Sets = 3-5
Reps = 3-8
Load intensity = bodyweight - 40% 1RM
*Can use high load for the first exercise for potentiation purpose (e.g. 70-80% 1RM)
  • Clean Pulls
  • KB swing
  • Snatch 
  • Box jump
  • Step Ups
  • Lunge jump
Day 2 Strength Speed session

Number of exercises = 5-8
Sets = 3-5
Reps = 3-6
Load intensity = 60-80% 1RM
*Can be alternated with a short, high-speed exercise to stimulate speed contraction
  • Power clean
  • Power push-ups
  • Bulgarian squat
  • Ravers
  • Bench pulls
  • SM calf raise
Day 3 Maximal Strengths session
Number of exercises = 4-6
Sets = 3-6
Reps = 2-6
Load intensity = 85-95% 1RM
  • Back squat
  • Bench press
  • Deadlift
  • Weighted pull-up
Configuration of strength training
How do we organize strength session in weekly or monthly? based on objective or type of strength qualities? There are no hard rules but the following may be applicable:

a) Given 12 strength and power sessions or slots available in a month: 
  • Max strength = 5 sessions
  • Strength-speed = 3 sessions
  • Speed-strength = 4 sessions
Week 1: max strength, speed-strength, max strength 
Week 2: max strength, speed-strength, max strength
Week 3: strength-speed, speed-strength, max-strength
Week 4: strength-speed, speed-strength, strength-speed

b) This can also be arranged this way (objective => speed):
Week 1: max strength, speed-strength, max strength 
Week 2: speed-strength, strength-speed, max strength
Week 3: speed-strength, strength-speed, max strength
Week 4: speed-strength, strength-speed, max strength

c) To be arranged this way when you have only two sessions (competition phase) in a week:
Week 1: speed-strength, max strength
Week 2: speed-strength, strength-speed
Week 3: speed-strength, max strength
Week 4: speed-strength, speed-strength

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ASIAN LEADERS (Men)

100m 9.91 Su Bingtian CHN, Madrid
200m 20.16 Xie Zhenye CHN, Osaka
400m 44.07 Abdalelah Haroun QAT, London
800m 1:45.65 Jinson Johnson IND, Guwahati
1500m 3:34.55 Sadik Mikhou BRN, Paris
5000m 13:01.09 Birhanu Yemataw BRN, Lausanne
10000m 27:38.16 Hassan Chani BRN, Maia
Mar 2:06.11 Yuta Shitara JPN, Tokyo
3000 Sc 8:22.00 Kosei Yamaguchi JPN, Abashiri
110mh 13.36 Ahmad Al-Mouaed KSA, Praha
400mh 46.98 Abderrahman Samba QAT, Paris
HJ 2.40 Mutaz Barshim QAT, Doha
PV 5.71 Xue Changrui CHN, Shanghai
LJ 8.47A Wang Jianan CHN, Guiyang
TJ 17.22 Dong Bin CHN, Eugene OR
SP 20.24 Tejinder Singh IND, Patiala
DT 68.85 Ehsan Hadidi IRI, Chula Vista CA
HT 78.18 Dilshod Nazarov TJK, Chorzow
JT 87.43 Neeraj Chopra IND, Doha
Dec 7948 Keisuke Ushiro JPN, Gotzis
20kmW 1:17:26 Eiki Takahashi JPN, Kobe
50kmW 3:44:25 Hiroki Arai JPN, Taichang
4x100m 37.85 Japan Team JPN, Osaka
4x400m 3:04.05 India Team IND, Gold Coast
RED = World Leader

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ASIAN LEADERS (Women)

100m 10.99 Wei Yongli CHN, Resisprint
200m 22.73 Viktoriya Zyabkina KAZ, Almaty
400m 49.08 Salwa Eid Naser BRN, Monaco
800m 2:02.23 Manal Bahraoui BRN, Duffel
1500m 4:11.55 P.U Chitra IND, Guwahati
5000m 15:10.91 Rina Nabeshima JPN, Eugene OR
10000m 31:52.42 Mizuki Matsuda JPN, Yamaguchi
Mar 2:22.44 Mizuki Matsuda JPN, Osaka
3000 Sc 9:10.74 Winfred Yavi BRN, Monaco
100mh 13.08 Wu Shuijiao CHN, Shanghai
400mh 55.54 Aminat Odeyemi BRN, Goleniow
HJ 1.91 Nadzehda Dusanova UZB, Tashkent
PV 4.60 Li Ling CHN, London
LJ 6.64A Xu Xiaoling CHN, Guiyang
TJ 14.25 Olga Rypakova KAZ, Paris
SP 20.38A Gong Lijiao CHN, Guiyang
DT 67.03 Chen Yang CHN, Osterode
HT 75.02 Luo Na CHN, Halle
JT 67.69 Lu Huihui CHN, Halle
Hep 5898 Purnima Hembram IND, Guwahati
20kmW 1:26:28 Qieyang Shenjie CHN, La Coruna

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