Luqman Hakim Ramlan leaps to third Malaysian longest jump at 7.87m

>> December 22, 2019

Malaysia's Luqman Hakim Mohd Ramlan has registered 7.87m in the men's long jump today (22 December) during the MAKSAK athletics championships at Kuala Lumpur.

He renewed his season-best of 7.77m he set last month, and a personal best of 7.82m from the FTAA all-comers in March last year.

He moved to third on Malaysian all-time long jump list, behind Andre Anura (8.02m) and Josbert Tinus (7.87m).

He is not a new name in athletics, his highest participation in the long jump was in the 2018 Asian Games at Jakarta, and this year's World University Games in Italy.

He also competed in the 2017 SEA Games but injured earlier this year, which prevented him from making a cut for the recent edition.

He also holds the current national record for under 20 (junior) with a leap of 7.58m from 2014.

The 24-year-old is the training partner to Andre Anura who recently became the first Malaysian to surpass the 8-m mark in the long jump, under coach Firdaus Salim.

Luqman Hakim Ramlan soars to 3rd longest jump in Malaysia (7.87m)

Malaysia's all-time lists in men's long jump (as at 22 Dec 2019)

8.02m ..... Andre ANURA @ ANUAR ... 2019
7.88m ..... Josbert TINUS ... 2007
7.87m ..... Luqman Hakim RAMLAN... 2019
7.85m ..... Zaki SADRI ... 1996
7.85m ..... Abdul Latif ROMLI ... 2018
7.73m ..... Hanafiah NASIR ... 1986
7.73m ..... Wan Mohamad Nazri ZAIN ...1996
7.72m ..... Juraimi ISMAIL ... 1995
7.72m ..... Mohd Hazuan ZAINAL ABIDIN ... 2003
7.69m ..... Syahrul Amri SUHAIMI ... 2005

By Jad Adrian (ATFS)


Audrey Hillary Jugah, 15, clocked 10.91 in 100m?

>> December 12, 2019

The 2nd edition of Sukan Sarawak of SUKSAR (Sarawak State Games) in Miri (9-14 December 2019) has produced some attracted results in track and field events.

The main highlight was the record-breaking performance of five young local sprinters who have broken the games record of 11.11.

Fifteen-year-old Audray Macshaquille Hillary Jugah, born 16 January 2004, was reported to have clocked a time of 10.91 to win the century.

No wind-winding was available or reported.

Edward Adau Peritt whose PB is 10.93 grabbed the second spot from Dion Dexter Harden who ended in third. Both have clocked an identical time of 10.99.

Khairulnash Mohammad was slightly behind them in 11.00 to finish in the 4th ahead of Givyasclive Yamin in 5th (11.07).
Audray (left) ran 10.91 in the 100m (Photo by Borneo Post Online)
This shows that Malaysia has got plenty of talent for sprint running.

In less than 4 weeks ago, a 15-year-old Malaysian sprinter, Azeem Fahmi has run the 100m in 10.57 to become one of the world's fastest sprinters for the age of under 16.

Previously, a 14-year-old sprinter, Jad Rizalman clocked 10.96 in the 100m dash.

Not many who have run the 100m in less than 11 seconds at very young ages.

Meanwhile, many other athletes have excelled by breaking the games records that were set during the first edition in 2017.

The biennial multi-sports event involved athletes aged 19 or under, as one of the selection platforms for the state for Malaysian Games (SUKMA) next year.

All winners and best results during the first day (11-Dec) are as follows:

1. Audray Macshaquille Hillary Jugah 10.91
2. Edward Adau Perit 10.99
3. Dion Dexter Kedang Harden 10.99
4. Khairulnash Mohammad 11.00
5. Givyasclive Yamin 11.07

1. Russell Bryan Christie 51.66 (GR)

1. Jetris Foo 4:26.11 (GR)

400m hurdles
1. Christ Endree Molem 55.86 (GR)

Long Jump
1. Jeremiah Udau Dariyyus 6.86 (GR)

Discus Throw
1. Wong Yu Kiong 33.83

Hammer Throw
1. Sii Hoe Kiong 44.36
2. Wong Yew In 43.36
3. Muhd Rafiuddin Aminuddin 41.17

10000m walk
1. Mohammad Putera Aulul Yusni 1:01:07.20

1. Floristhy Loura Paul 12.68

1. Chloe Thong Yueh 62.92

Lvy Nayan Banyah 5:32.36 (GR)

400m hurdles
1. Norafifah Hijrah Jaidi 71.44 (GR)

Long Jump
1. Nathalie Lenang 5.15m

Triple Jump
1. Vanessa Payak Ubau 11.11

Shot Put
1. Vennearyiu Kasim 10.92 (GR)

The winners and best results during the second day (12-Dec) are as follows:


1. Dion Dexter Kedang Harden 22.58

1. Alif Zaini 2:06.53 (GR)

3000m Steeplechase
1. Lucas Wong Sie Hong 10:39.53

110m Hurdles
1. Elvin Yap Zhi Xian 15.51 (GR)

High Jump
1. Raof Sapie 1.91 (GR)

Shot Put
1. Liong King Hui 13.60 (GR)

Javelin Throw
1. Pethius Jadam 54.91 (GR)


1. Floristhy Loura Paul 26.49

1. Rosy Libau 2:38.93

3000m Steeplechase
1. Lvy Nayan Banyah 13:18.82

100m Hurdles
1. Norafifah Hijrah Jaidi 16.53 (GR)

High Jump
1. Rosita Lua Jabing 1.56m (GR)

Hammer Throw
1. Joyee Wong Hui Yi 34.36

Javelin Throw
1. Vannesha Sandau 32.69


Irfan Shamsuddin wins 4th SEA Games title in discus throw

>> December 10, 2019

Flash Performance ____Malaysia's Irfan Shamsuddin has bagged his 4th discus gold medal of SEA Games.

The Asian championship silver medalist has thrown 57.29m in his first attempt to win his pet event handily.

H needed only this throw to ensure the gold in his possession for the fourth consecutive time - no valid attempt during his next attempts and

He won his first sea gAMES gold from the 2013 edition in Nay Pyi Taw.

The sports management student had a minor hand injury prior to the meet that prevented him from throwing further.

He has a PB of 62.55m and became the first of Southeast Asian to throw over 60m in the discus throw.


Hakimi Ismail leaps 16.68 to win his 3rd SEA Games gold in triple jump

Flash Performance ____ Malaysia's Muhammad Hakimi Ismail clinched his 3rd consecutive win of the men's triple jump during the last day (10 Dec) of athletics event at the SEA Games at New Clark City, the Philippines.

He registered 16.68m (-0.2) during his 3rd jump after setting an opening jump of 16.27m, which was followed by 16.28m in the 2nd attempt.

Mark Harry Diones of the Philippines has managed a 16.42m jump to bag silver medal.

Indonesia's long jump champion, Sapwaturrahman in 3rd in 16.21m.

Hakimi teammate and training partner, Andre Anura who jumped 8.02m in long jump, was in 5th with a new PB of 16.00m.

It was unfortunate to see Andre's two foul jumps that landed beyond 16.50m.


Bautista dethrones Rayzam Shah in men's 110m hurdles

>> December 09, 2019

Clinton Bautista of the Philippines broke the 30-year-old Malaysian-and-Thai dominations in the men's 110m hurdles as he dethroned a defending champion during the 30th edition of SEA Games at New Clark City, the Philippines (Dec 9).

The 27-year-old grabbed the gold medal from Malaysia's two-time SEA Games winner Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian with a new PB and his first sub-14.

Both were given the same timing of 13.97 (-0.2 m/s), but Bautista 'arrived' to the finish line first, very marginally ahead of his rival, and had to be decided by a careful photo-finish review.

His actual time was 13.962, while Rayzam at 13.962, a 0.005 difference!

Bautista has reacted very quickly to the gun and gained a great advantage of his seven-step approach to the first hurdle.

It gave him an early gap in the first clearance from the Malaysian two-time World championship representative, who used a more traditional eight-step approach.

He has improved his lifetime record from 14.13 he set during this year's Asian GP in China.

Laos' Andusone Xaysa secured the bronze in 13.99, also his first legal sub-14 and a new national record. He ran 13.96 in Thai open in 2017 but it was under a doubtful circumstance.

Rayzam whose PB is 13.67 from 2017 won the last edition in Kuala Lumpur, 10 years after his first victory in 2007.

Had he ran his season-best of 13.82, set in March, the gold medal would be in his possession. But he broke his arm during the April Malaysian open GP and had to perform intensive care and treatment.


Yap Sean Yee and Wanida Boonwan shared SEA Games Gold in high jump

Malaysia's Yap Sean Yee and Thailand's Wanida Boonwan shared the Gold medal in women's High Jump during the 30th SEA Games, at Clark, the Philippines.

Both were awarded the top spot as they cleared the same best height of 1.81m, and also all the previous heights during the same (i.e. first) attempts.

Interestingly, it was the same as in the last edition in Kuala Lumpur, with Vietnam's Duong Thi Viet Anh and Singapore's Michelle Sng shared gold medal in 1.83m.

During this edition, Yap Sean Yee also cleared the same height of 1.83m (her current PB), but ends up in 3rd placing after a countback.

Comparatively, Boonwan has won five medals in SEA Games including gold in 2015. She has a PB of 1.92m, and jumped consistently above 1.85m in the past.

Malaysia's last gold medal in women's high jump was 40 years ago through Gladys Chai who cleared a height of 1.68m. She also won the previous editions in 1973 and 1975.

Unlike in women, Malaysia has a long history of domination of men's high jump in the SEA Games, with Lee Hup Wei taking his fourth SEA Games gold yesterday.


Le Tu Chinh beats Knott to retain SEA Games Gold at 100m in 11.54

Flash Performance___The key to success in the 100m is efficiency - in the execution of racing strategy.

It was what Vietnam's defending champion Le Tu Chinh has done during the finals of women's 100m to clinch the gold medal in 11.54 (-0.5 m/s), whilst defended her title.

Kristina Knott of the Philippines, the winner of 200m yesterday, was trailing her from the start, ended slightly behind in 11.55.

In the 200m yesterday, Knott won in a new SEA Games record of 23.01 and leaving Chinh in a distant second (23.45).

Knott, who has a 100m best of 11.41 from last June, was a clear favorite as she became the fastest finalist in 11.45 clocking, with Chinh (PB 11.47) who as well the defending champion in 200m, was second in 11.61.

One would expect an easy win for Knott. But it did not happen, Chinh took the victory!

Chinh has executed her race very well from the start to finish. A simple review of a high-speed camera found a 0.02s gap by Chinh right at the start.

Singapore's Shanti Pereira retained her bronze medal in 11.68, as he did in the 200m.


Lee Hup Wei wins fourth high jump gold in SEA Games

>> December 08, 2019

Lee Hup Wei earned his fourth gold medal in the SEA games as he won the men's high jump during the 30th SEA Games edition in Clark, the Philippines.

The 32-year-old cleared 2.21m to win the gold medal from defending champion, Nauraj Singh who had to settle for the silver medal after a countback.

During the last edition in Kuala Lumpur, both have cleared 2.24m but Nauraj won on a countback as well.

Nauraj holds the current national record of 2.30m that qualifies him for the Rio Olympics in 2016, while Hup Wei's PB of 2.29m was achieved recently in Doha to become the first Malaysian to reach the finals of world championships.

Lee Hup Wei won his first SEA Games in 2007 (2.19m), and retained it in 2009 (2.18m) and 2011 (2.15m).

The SEA games title was then handed over to Nauraj in the next three editions in 2013 (2.17m), 2015 (2.13m), and 2017 (2.24m).

The SEA games record of 2.24m is being held by three Malaysian athletes, both Hup Wei and Nauraj from 2017, and Loo Kum Zee from 1995.

Malaysian domination in high jump

Malaysia has been dominating the men's high jump in SEA Games. This was started by Zainal Salleh in 1967 who won Malaysia's first high jump gold in a height of 1.91m.

But only ten years later in 1977, the gold medal returned to Malaysian possession when Baljit Singh won in 2.04m during which Malaysia became the host.

Malaysia then continues to win the gold medal in every SEA Games editions, except in 2005 when the gold medal went to Vietnam's Nguyen Duy Bang (2.14m).

Ho Yoon Wah won in 1979 (2.05m) and 1981 (2.10m), and this was continued by Ramjit Naurulal who bassed the gold in 1983 (2.13m) and 1985 (2.07m).

Loo Cwee Peng won three times in 1987 (2.10m), 1991 (2.17m), and in 1993 (2.21m), while the 1989 edition was grabbed by Kesavan Sibalan who achieved a height of 2.14m.

Loo Kum Zee continued this tradition with five consecutive wins in 1995 (2.24m - current SEA Games record) 1997 (2.10m), 1999 (2.21m), 2001 (2.18m), and 2003 (2.15m).


Haiqal Hanafi wins SEA Games 100m Gold in 10.35

Malaysia’s Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi is the king of sprint of the 30th SEA Games that was held in Clark, the Philippines.

He clocked a new personal best (PB) of 10.35 to win the century dash in an unexpectedly huge margin against a strong 100m field.

Thailand's fastest final qualifier Sowan Ruttanapon and Bandit Chuangchai were in second (10.49) and third (10.52) for silver and bronze, respectively.

Ironically, the 20-year-old was not listed as a representative for the 100m until the mid of November when the Malaysian Athletics Federation decided to have him as a replacement of an injured sprinter (Zulfiqar Ismail).

In fact, he was not the first choice for that as was the 4th fastest among the locals, behind Jonathan Nyepa (10.37), Zulfiqar Ismail (10.41), and Russel Taib (10.42), before the SEA Games.

However, he had a more compelling performance throughout the year than other Malaysian sprinters who seem unconvincingly prepared for the sprint century.

He won a double (100m and 200m) in the national championships in August and posted a 10.44 during a local meeting in November.

Haiqal who trains under Poad Kassim has triggered a sound signal for something to watch in the finals as he ran 10.39 in heats in the morning, a personal best.

"Thanks God, thanks to my coach, families, and those who have supported me, I executed my race plan very well," Haiqal said.

Meanwhile, Vietnam’s Le Tu Chinh retained her title in the women’s 100m in a time of 11.54, just ahead Kristina Knott of the Philippines who stopped the clock at 11.55.

Like Haiqal, she was unstoppable after taking a good lead from the start.

Singapore's Veronica Shanti Pereira retained her bronze medal from the last edition as she finished in third place in 11.66.

Malaysia's Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli who bagged the silver medal in Kuala Lumpur, was in sixth in 11.84.


Haiqal Hanafi clocks 10.39s at 100m in SEA Games

Flash Performance ___ Malaysian sprinter Haiqal Hanfi clocked a new personal best of 10.39 (-0.1 m/s) during his 100m heats, in the Day 3 morning session (8 December) of the 30th SEA Ganes at Clark.

He entered the final round as a second fastest qualifier behind Thailand's Ruttanapon Sowan who also ran a new personal best of 10.34.

The next fastest qualifiers were Thailand's Bandit Chuangchai (10.50), Anfernee Lopena of the Philippines (10.61), and Malaysia's Jonathan Nyepa (10.65).

Meanwhile, after winning the women's 200m yesterday, Kristina Knott of the Philippines returned to track and won her 100m heats. The US-based sprinter clocked a time of 11.45 (-0.1 m/s).

She has a lifetime best of 11.42 in the 100m this year.

Vietnam's defending champion Le Tu Chinh won the second heat in 11.61 (0.0 m/s).

Malaysia's Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli ran 11.68 behind Knott in the first heats. She won silver medals at 100m and 200m behind Le Tu Chinh during the last SEA Games edition in Kuala Lumpur.

Full results of men's and women's 100m heats as follows (in order):


Kittipong Boonmawan 67.56m Hammer SEA Games record, Jackie Wong 63.83m for Silver

Flash Performance___On Saturday (7 December) the second day of athletics in the 30th Southeast Asian Games, Thailand's Kittipong Boonmawan has thrown the iron ball at a distance of 67.56m to take the gold medal in the men's hammer throw while erasing the games record of 65.90m.

Malaysia's defending champion Jackie Wong Siew Cheer seems unable to repeat what he had been doing during the previous months and years.

He settled for the silver medal in the best distance of 63.83m.

He also had fouled three times, which seemed to deny his chance of getting good marks.

He recorded a distance of 68.22m a few months ago, his 13th national record in his pet event.


Chayut Khongprasit wins SEA Games 200m Gold in 20.71

>> December 07, 2019

Flash Performance____Thailand's sprint camp had been aiming to take an individual gold in SEA Games they last won several years ago.

It was delivered by an underdog Chayut Khongprasit who went sub-21 for the first time with a 20.71 clocking.

Khongprasit's teammate and pre-race favorite, Siripol Punpa was beaten at the end and finished in second for silver (20.78).

Malaysia's Russel Taib picked up the bronze in 21.11.


Andre Anura became the first Malaysian to go over 8 metres in long jump

An 8-meter mark would have won the gold medal in all the SEA Games editions, but not during the most recent one at Clark, the Philippines.

Two legal marks of over 8 meters were set in a dramatic men's long jump finals on Saturday evening (7 December).

At first, Malaysian youngster Andre Anura @ Anuar who had jumped 7.90m last month had two massive foul jumps beyond 8 meters, during his first and second jumps.

However, it was Indonesia's Asian Games bronze medalist Sapwaturrahman who eventually claimed the gold medal.
Andre Anura leaped 8.02m in long jump

With a personal best of 8.09m, the 25-year-old former Indonesian sprinter has registered a distance of 8.03m (+0.5) during his fourth attempt, renewing the Games Record of 7.87m by Henry Dagmil of the Philippines since 2007.

The 20-year-old Andre responded that during his last attempt but merely shy from grabbing the top spot. He secured the silver medal.

He recorded a distance measuring 8.02m to become the first Malaysian to achieve an 8-meter mark in the long jump.

Thailand's former Asian decathlon champion Suttisak Singkhon who stands 6'3" and weighs 95kg, had a new PB of 7.89m, which would also renew the previous GR, but only enough for a bronze medal.

It was unfortunate for Andre that he had "deemed to be better" jumps which were fouled, while his best legal jump was against a slight breeze (-0.1).

Andre now owns the Malaysian national record by renewing the mark of 7.88m by Josbert Tinus since 2007.

Of note, Andre's 7.90m mark last month was not ratified by the national federation due to the absence of wind reading, and "technical constraints" (meeting not recognized).


Kristina Knott wins SEA Games 200m in 23.01 Games record

FLASH PERFORMANCE ___ Fil-Am sprinter Kristina Knott had already erased the games record earlier in the morning as she clocked 23.07, to win the women's 200m in the afternoon with another record-breaking.

The 24-year-old improved her time to 23.01 for a new SEA Games record, as well as a national record.

Vietnam's defending champion Le Tu Chinh settled for silver in 23.45, while the 2015 champion Veronica Pereira of Singapore secured the bronze (23.77).


Kristina Knott sets 23.07 200m a new SEA Games record

Kristina Knott had a good warm-up in this (Saturday) morning, running her 200m heats comfortably in a new personal best of 23.07 (0.0).

Her effort has bettered the old SEA Games mark of 23.30 set by Thailand’s Supavadee Khawpeag during the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games 18 years ago.

She also broke Zion Corrales-Nelson's national record of 23.16 that was set in last April, which renewed the 23.35 record held by Lydia De Vega for 34 years.

The 24-year-old who had set personal bests this year of 11.42 and 23.62 in 100m and 200m, respectively trains under American coach Rohsaan Griffin whose PB in 200m is 20.13s.


Russel Taib clocks 20.99s 200m in Joanna Stone Shield Meet

>> November 23, 2019

FLASH PERFORMANCE___Russel Taib sounds SEA Games warning as he clocks 20.99s in Joanna Stone Shield 200m win on Saturday (23 June 2019) - his last competition leading up to the SEA Games in Manila.

It was just a week ago when he had set a new personal best in the 100m in 10.42.

His main SEA Games rival would be the Thai sprinter Siripol Punpa who ran 20.76 in July.

In March this year, he set the current 200m national record of 20.77, bettering Khairul Hafiz's record of 20.90 from 2017.

In SEA Games, Russel will take part in the 200m and the 4x100m.

Personal bests
100m - 10.42
200m - 20.77 (Malaysian national record)

All-Time best performance 
10.42 (+1.9) Brisbane, 16 Nov 2019
10.49 (+1.9) Brisbane, 9 Mar 2019
10.49 (+1.9) Brisbane, 23 Mar 2019
10.53 (+0.4) Brisbane, 9 Mar 2019

Progress at 100m: 2012 - 11.37; 2013 - 11.09; 2014 - 10.88; 20.15 - 10.96; 2016 - 11.28; 2017 - 11.15; 2018 - 10.60; 2019 - 10.42

20.77 (+2.0) Brisbane, 23 Mar 2019
20.94 (+1.8) Brisbane 26 Jan 2019
20.99 (+1.2) Brisbane, 23 Nov 2019
21.01 (+2.0) Brisbane, 9 Feb 2019
21.05 (+1.7) Brisbane, 16 Nov 2019

Progress at 200m: 2012 - 22.56; 2013 - 22.41; 2014 - 21.92; 20.15 - 21.75; 2016 - 22.54; 2017 - 22.11; 2018 - 21.64; 2019 - 20.77


Russel Taib runs 10.42 in 100m for new PB, and 21.05 in 200m

>> November 17, 2019

With only three weeks prior to SEA Games, Malaysian sprinter Russel Alexander Nasir Taib is on the right track to perform his best.

He just set a new personal best of 10.42 (+1.9) in the 100m at the Benita Willis Shield, a summer season track meeting in Brisbane, Australia yesterday (16 November).

The 21-year-old improved from 10.49 he set earlier in March.

He won his 100m race ahead of Hugh Donovan who recorded 10.62 in second, and Prosper Nwoko in third (10.68).

On the very same day in Kuala Lumpur, Haiqal Hanafi won the SSBJ open in a time of 10.44.

Watch: Russel Taib won 100m in 10.42

In this annual QA Shield Series, he also competed in his pet event, the 200m and stopped the clock at 21.05 (+1.7), his 3rd fastest time under a legal condition.

As in the 100m, he finished first ahead of Donovan (21.37), with Reece Holder was very close in third (21.38).

For a record, he broke Khairul Hafiz Jantan's Malaysia's 200m record of 20.90 with a time of 20.77 in March this year during the Queensland Track Classic at the same running track.

Watch: Russel Taib won 200m in 21.05

In SEA Games next month, Russel is scheduled to represent Malaysia at the 200m, with Thailand's Siripol Punpa could be his main rival.

Punpa leads the Southeast Asian rankings with 20.76, he set at an altitude in Erzurum, Turkey in July.

According to PASI (Indonesian Athletics Federation), Lalu Zohri the world junior champion will skip the games.

Despite setting 10.03 in 100m, and 20.81 in 200m, Lalu Zohri would be excluded from the SEA Games as the federation is not keen to send those who have excelled at an elite level (including Lalu Zohri) for the regional games.

Another rival for Russel would be his compatriot Jonathan Nyepa who set 20.92 in April at Georgia, USA.

The last gold medal won by a Malaysian in SEA Games was in 2003 by Nazmizan Muhammad.


Haiqal Hanafi runs 10.44 and Zaidatul Husniah 11.84 to win 100m finals of SSBJ Open 2019

>> November 16, 2019

The men's 100m race of the 3rd SSBJ Open Championships at the National Stadium (warm-up track) would have been one of the most intense "battlefield" among Malaysia's local sprinters.

The likes of Khairul Hafiz Jantan whose PB is 10.18, Jonathan Nyepa (PB 10.28), Aqil Yasmin (PB 10.39), Zulfiqar Ismail (PB 10.40), Nixson Kennedy (PB 10.43), and Haiqal Hanafi (PB 10.43) were listed in the "E Race" (last of 5 final races) of the men's 100m.

But Haiqal Hanafi emerged as the winner, confirming his "number 1" status among Malaysians, just like what he did during the national title in August.
Haiqal clocked 10.44 to win the senior 100m race
He crossed the line comfortably in 10.44, ahead of Aqil and Jonathan who were almost absolutely together on the line and had to be determined by a photo-finish.

Aqil was ahead of Jonathan by less than 10 milliseconds. The official times for both were captured as 10.63.

Khairul Hafiz Jantan, who had a series of injuries this year, was in the fifth position in 10.79.

Zulfiqar withdrew as he was not fully ready to compete after an injury.

In the youth category, Malaysian youngster Azeem Fahmi, 15, whose best times of 10.63 in 100m and 21.15 in 200m, which he set earlier this year to become one of the world's fastest sprinters for his age, had a splendid run and clocked 10.57, a new personal best to win the under-16 race. Read here for details.

In men's long jump, Luqman Hakim Ramlan had a good leap of 7.77m right after a one-hour "break" due to heavy rain.
Lokman Hakim registered a season-best of 7.77m in long jump

He had beaten SEA Games representative, Andre Anura who jumped 7.90m two weeks ago, by just one centimeter.

Meanwhile, in the women's 100m, Zaidatul Husniah regained a fine form as she clocked 11.84 (+0.4) to win her race ahead of training partner Azreen Nabila who set a season-best in 11.92.
Husniah won her 100m race in 11.84
Earlier in women's 1500m, SEA Games representative Savinder Kaur finished her race in 4:27.45, a good timing, which is the 3rd fastest time recorded by a Malaysian in more than 20 years.

She now on the 3rd of Malaysia's all-time best performance, getting close to P. Jayanthi's national record of 4:23.49 from 1993, and Yuan Yufang's 4:24.46 from the 1997 SEA Games.

Best and selected results during day 1 (16 November) as follows;


100m (16)
Final B (0.0)
1. Muhammad Amirul Asyari 10.97
2. Mohd Shahmimi Azmi 11.11
3. Muhammad Akmal 11.13
4. Raja Muhammad Danial 11.15

Final E (wind:  )
1. Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi 10.44
2. Muhammad Aqil Yasmin 10.63 (.621)
3. Jonathan Nyepa 10.63 (.628)
4. Muhammad Syazrul Adli 10.76
5. Khairul Hafiz Jantan 10.79
6. Nixson Kennedy 10.83
7. Muhammad Zahid Roskalana 11.05

1500m (16)
1. Bechman 4:02.59
2. Ahmad Luth Hamizan 4:04.86
3. Mohmad Amirul Arif 4:12.46

Pole Vault (16)
1. Iskandar Alwi 5.15
2. Mohamed Akmal 4.00
3. Asrul Badroldin 3.90

Long Jump (16)
1. Luqman Hakim Ramlan 7.77 / +0.7
2. Andre Anura @ Anuar 7.76 / +0.3
3. Muhammad Nazri Mustafa 7.56 / + 0.6

4x400m (16)
1. MAF (Malaysia) Team 3:18.87
(Ilham Suhaimi, Lukmanulhakim, Wafiy Roslan, Saiful Safwan)

Under 16 - Boys

100m (-0.1)
1. Muhammad Azeem Fahmi 10.57
2.  Ahmad Azizi 11.07
3. Mihammad Idham 11.09
4. Khairulnash 11.19

Heat 1 (-1.0): 1h1 Ahmad Azizi 10.96;  Heat 2 (-0.8):  1h2 Muhammad Azeem Fahmi 10.79'  Heat 5 (+0.5):  1h5 Muhammad Hasrul 11.04;  Heat 7 (-0.6): 1h7 Nabil Alwani 11.14;  Heat 8 (+0.9): 1h9 Khairulnash 10.97

High Jump (16)
1. Aqamuddin 1.88
2= Muhmmad Amirul 1.85
2= Iman Hazim 1.85

Shot Put / 5kg (16)
1. Jonah Chang 18.65
2. Mohamad Shahrul 15.76
3. Muhammad Firyal 14.79


100m (16)
Final A (-0.5)
1. Lara Westwood-Marsh 1272

Final B (+0.4)
1. Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli 11.84
2. Azreen Nabila Alias 11.92
3. Siti Fatima Mohamad 12.10
4. Komalam Shally Selveratnam 12.25
5. Raja Nursheena Raja Azhar 12.71

1500m (16)
1. Savinder Kaur 4:27.45
2. Puspa Letchumy 4:58.59
3. Geetha 5:03.45
4. Taarini 5:06.86

Triple Jump (16)
1. Nurul Ashikin Abas 12.88
2. Mahira Hanis 12.31
3. Nur Fatin Najiha 11.93
4. Ng Yu Jie 11.85
5. Nur Irdhiyani N 11.47

Javelin Throw (16)
1. Ng Jing Xuan 39.46

4x400m (16)
1. MAF (Malaysia) Team 3:46.91
(Fatin Faqihah, Zaimah, ..., ...)

Girls - Under 16

100m (16)
Final (-0.5)
1. Nurul Wardatul 12.47
2. Nur Afrina Batrisyia 12.79
3. Nur Najibah Hanim 12.96

Heat 1 (-0.3): 1h1 Nurr Afrina Batrisya 12.66; Heat 5 (+0.5): 1h5 Nurul Wardatul 12.46

Girls - Under 14

Triple Jump (16)
1. Nathalie 11.11
2. Nur Ain Amanda 10.54
3. Alia Batrisya 10.52


Azeem Fahmi, 15, smashes 100m record in 10.57s

Malaysian teen sprint sensation Muhammad Azeem Fahmi has just recorded another personal best in the 100m.

He clocked 10.57 seconds (-0.1) to win the under-16 category of the 3rd Bukit Jalil Sports School's track and field meeting at Kuala Lumpur today (16 November 2019).

This incredible result came after a 45-min delay due to heavy rain.

He lowered his previous record of 10.63 from this year's National school championships, which put him as one of the fastest sprinters in the world for his age.
Azeem Fahmi, 15, runs a superb time of 10.57 in the 100m, a new personal best 
A 10.57 in the 100m would equal the under-18 record of Malaysian schools championships held by Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian since 2006.

Quoting from the most reliable statistical information, Jamaican sprinter Bouwahjgie Nkrumi holds this year's world's fastest time in the 100m in 10.54 for the age-group of 15.

Azeem's 10.57 timing is the world's second-fastest behind Nkrumi.

This result, however, was not surprising as he clocked 21.15 at 200m in July, meaning that a 10.5 timing would be achievable.

Azeem's 200m time of 21.15 is still the world's fastest time for the age-group of 15. He tied with American sprinter Erriyon Knighton.

Of note, Spanish youngster Daniel Gonzalez was said to have run 10.45 and 21.03 in the 100m and 200m, respectively but this is subject to confirmation of his timing regularities and age.

The questions remain, how fast and how much faster can he go?


Andre Anura Breaks Long Jump National Record?

>> November 02, 2019

Malaysia's SEA Games representative Andre Anura @ Anuar soared to 7.90m in the men's long jump to set a new national record.

Interestingly, it was set in a low-key Sabah's local track meeting, 3rd Berwang Open at Likas Stadium, Kota Kinabalu this morning (2 Nov 2019),

His first attempt jump was good enough to renew the previous record of 7.88m held by his fellow Sabahan Josbert Tinus since the 2007 Thailand Open.

The 20-year-old had a personal record of 7.72m prior to this meeting that he set during the Malaysia Open Grand Prix earlier in March.

This record is pending ratification by the Malaysia Athletics Federation.

If all requirements are met, the record will be ratified. Apart from sanction from the governing body or its affiliates, wind reading is compulsory and must be within the allowed limit of +2.0 m/s, and others.

He was the finalist of this year's Asian Athletics championships at Doha after recording a 7.58m distance during his qualifying round.

His first major meet was the 9th IAAF World Youth Championships in 2015 in Cali, Colombia. He took part in the triple jump during this under 18 age-group competition.

Based on this result, he now ranks second of the Southeast Asian lists behind Indonesia’s Asian Games medalist Sapwaturrahman (7.97m).


Azeem Fahmi clocks 10.64 in Perak All-Comers 2019

>> October 20, 2019

Malaysia’s teen sprinter Muhammad Azeem Fahmi notched his second-fastest time ever in the 100m dash, winning in 10.64 into a slight headwind (-0.5) in Perak All-Comers II at Teluk Intan on Sunday (20 October).

Azeem whose PB is 10.63 in the century dash got off to a good start and finished strongly to produce his third sub-10.70 performance.

The 15-year-old won the under-16 category, breezed unchallenged through to the line with Ahmad Amir Aiman Kamarudin and Luqman Nur Hakim Wahab in second (11.38) and third (11.41) places, respectively.

The senior category was won by national sprinter Mohd Aqil Yasmin who as well recorded 10.64 (-0.3). Behind Aqil were Selangor's Muhammad Aiman Faris Sayuti (11.18) and Sabah's Muhammad Din Norbik (11.22).

Meanwhile,  Irfan Shamsuddin, the winner of the last three SEA Games editions produced the best performance of the two-day meet. He hurdled the discus to a distance of 54.05 - a distance that would defend his SEA Games gold medal.

Azeem became a known sprint figure as he clocked 10.63 and 21.24 in the 100m and 200m, respectively during the April national schools meeting to become one of the World's all-time bests at his age for both events.

He went on to break his 200m record with a time of 21.15 during an invitational meeting in Thailand.

Azeem's all-time best performance in the 100m
10.63 ... Iskandar Puteri ... MSSM / National Schools ... 21 April 2019
10.64 ... Teluk Intan ... Perak All-Comers ... 20 October 2019
10.69 ... Ilagan (PHI) ... SEA Youth ... 2 March 2019
10.70 ... Khon Kaen (THA) ... Sports School Invitational ... 2 August 2019
10.85 ... Ilagan (PHI) ... SEA Youth ... 2 March 2019
10.72 ... Iskandar Puteri ... MSSM / National Schools ... 21 April 2019
10.72 ... Semarang (INA) ... ASEAN Schools ... 20 July 2019
10.78 ... Shah Alam ... MSSM / National Schools ... 23 April 2018
10.85 ... Semarang (INA) ... ASEAN Schools ... 20 July 2019

Selected and best results (Perak All-Comers II 2019)


100m (-0.3) (20)
1. Mohd Aqil Yasmin 10.64 ... 10.80/+0.1 as 1h4
2. Muhammad Aiman Faris Sayuti 11.18
3. Muhammad Din Norbik 11.22

200m (19)
1. Muhammad Din Norbik 22.54

400m (19)
1. Muhammad Hadzamier Abdul Muhaimin 49.37

800m (20)
1. Abqari Ajwad Kamaruzzaman 2:00.61

5000m (19)
1. Vimal Govendarajoo 16:16.35
2. Dren James Nair 16:28.10

110mh (nwi) (19)
1. Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian 14.53

High Jump (19)
1. Norshafiee Mohd Shah 2.00
2. Muhammad Eizlan Dahalan 2.00

Long Jump (19)
1. Andre Anura 7.41
2. Luqman Hakim Ramlan 7.28

Triple Jump (20)
1. Muhd Shah Sholihin Azhar 14.20
2. Iman Nuh Haniff Amat Salleh 14.06

Shot  Put (20)
1. Kamal Farhan A. Rahman 14.64
2. Muhd Shahrul Mohd Tarmizi 13.42

Discus Throw (19)
1. Muhammad Irfan Shamsuddin 54.05 (AC Record)
2. Abdul Rahman Lee 49.37
3. Mirach Han 40.37

Javelin Throw (19)
1. Syed Abrar Syed Ahmad Zawawi 51.32
2. Muhammad Syazwan Hasnol 51.28

3000m SC (20)
1. Gokhul Raj Balakrishnan 10:02.19
2. Daren James Nair 10:03.45

10000m W (20)
1. Teban Raj Chander 52:54.80
2. Muhammad Alif Mubrak Ahmad 54:20.45

Mixed relay

4x100m mixed (20)
1. Kesatuan Olahraga Malaysia Team 43.91 / National Best Performance
(Azreen Nabila Alias, Jonathan Nyepa, Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli, Nixson Kennedy)

Under 16

100m (-0.5) (20)
1. Muhammad Azeem Fahmi 10.64
2. Ahmad Amir Aiman Kamaruddin 11.38
3. Luqman Nur Hakim Abdul Wahab 11.41

High Jump (19)
1. Aqamudin Azhan 1.90

Discus Throw (1.5kg) (19)
1. Muhammad Haziq Shaari 44.18


100m (-0.9) (20)
1. Azreen Nabila Alias 12.09 ... 12.19/-0.4 as 1h1
2. Aisyah Rofina Aling 12.78
3. Siva Sangkari Asokan 13.16

400m (19)
1. Teoh Kim Chyi 57.92

800m (20)
1. Siti Aisyah Abd Rashid 2:31.85

5000m (19)
1. Sasikala Ganesan 20:31.39
2. Marlin Hing 20:44.82
3. Margreat Mary Johnson 22:18.97

400mh (20)
1. Teoh Kim Ling 67.16
2. Noor Atikah Abdul Zaimi 71.03

High Jump(20)
1. Amni Mohd Naqib 1.60

Long Jump (20)
1. Kirthana Ramasamy 5.88

Shot Put (19)
1. Connie Choo Kang Ni 10.67

Discus Throw (20)
1. Connie Choo Kang Ni 46.81 (AC Record)
2. Queenie Ting Kung Ni 45.05


Jonathan Nyepa sets 10.47 to win silver at Indian Open

>> October 11, 2019

It was a neck to neck at the finish of the men's 100m dash during the 59th Indian Open Track and Field championships today (11 October) at Ranchi.

Eight sprinters completed the race within eighty milliseconds (10.46 to 10.53), and one of the top finishers was a Malaysian sprinter, Jonathan Nyepa.

Jonathan Nyepa has clocked 10.47 (+0.6) to clinch a silver medal, edged out by India's Amiya Kumar Mallick who stopped the clock at 10.46.

Jonathan Nyepa during his semifinal race (10.50s)
Jonathan's season-best of 10.37 that he set in July in Finland is the year's fastest time for Malaysia, and 3rd among Southeast Asian sprinters, after Indonesia's Lalu Zohi (10.03) and Thailand's Jirapong Meenapra (10.34).

He has a PB of 10.28 from 2017 South Korean national championships.

His teammate and the recently crowned Malaysian sprint champion Haiqal Hanafi (SB 10.46) was on 6th, clocking 10.50.

Meanwhile, Malaysia's SEA Games silver medalist Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli (SB 11.65) was also in the finals of women's 100m and set 11.92 (+1.0) to finish in the eighth position.

India's Dutee Chand won the race in 11.25, her second-best run ever after; he ran a new national record during the semifinals with a time of 11.22.

Malaysia's Ruslem Zikry, 19, has gone sub-52s for the first time in the men's 400m hurdles, which is his new personal best.

He is scheduled to compete in the SEA Games in December.

Selected results


100m (+0.6) (11)
Men’s 100m Final (+0.6)
1. Amiya Mallick 10.46
2. Jonathan Nyepa MAS 10.47
3. Gurindervir Singh 10.48
4. Harjit Singh 10.48
5. Pranav KS 10.50
6. Haiqal Hanafi MAS 10.50
7. Elakkiyadasan 10.52
8. Abhijith Nair 10.53

... 3s1 Haiqal Hanafi 10.56 / +0.7; 1s2 Jonathan Nyepa 10.50 / +0.7; 3s3 Nixson Kennedy 10.68  +1.0;
... 2h1 Haiqal Hanafi 10.5h / + 1.0;  1h4 Nixson Kennedy 10.5h / +0.4; 1h5 Jonathan Nyepa 10.3h / +0.7

200m (+0.9) (13)
1. Abhinav Panwar 21.37
2. Karre Ashok 21.40
3. Manikanda Arumugam 21.44
... 6. Jonathan Nyepa MAS 21.71

400m (12)
1. Noah Nirmal Tom 45.88
2. Amoj Jacob 46.32
3. Jeevan KS 46.77
SF/11-Oct... 5s1 Muhammad Ilham Suhaimi 47.56; 4s2 Lukmanul Hakim Akmal 47.78

400mh (11)
1. Jabir MP 49.41
2. Dharun Ayyasamy 49.50
3. Santhosh Kumar 50.54
.. 6. Ruslem Zikry Putra Roseli MAS 51.91

4x100m (13)
1. Haryana Team 3:08.51
2. Services Team 3:10.11
3. Malaysia Team 3:11.04
(Muhammad Ilham Suhaimi, Lukmanul Hakim Akmal, Rusleem Zikry Putra Roseli, Putra Azrul Syazwan Azman)


100m final (+1.0) (11)
1. Dutee Chand 11.25
2. Archana Suseendran 11.54
3. Himashree Roy 11.57
4. Chandra Anandhan 11.58
5. Sneha PJ 11.66
6. Priyanka Kalagi 11.68
7. Harika Antaram 11.80
8. Zaidatul Husniah MAS 11.92

... 4s1 Siti Fatimah Mohamad 11.99 / -0.9; 5s1 Komalam Shally Selveratnam 12.12 / -0.9; 5se Zaidatul Husniah 11.96 / +0.4; 8s2 Azreen Nabila Alias 12.08 / +0.4

100mh (+0.4) (11)
1. Kanimozhi 14.05
2. Nithya Ramraj 14.15
3. Elezabeth Antony 14.24
... 5. Raja Nursheena Raja Azhar 14.30

1500m (11)
1. Chitra Palakeez Unnikrish 4:17.39
2. Lili Das 4:18.52
3. Chanda 4:19.94
... 9. Savinder Kaur MAS 4:39.19

4x100m (11)
1. Railway team 45.23
2. Malaysia Team 45.97
(Faizah Asma Mazlan, Siti Fatimah Mohamad, Komalam Shally Selvratnam, Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli)
3. Tamil Naidu 46.69

*Malaysian results entered/updated on 14 October 2019
More info: visit Indian Athletics website


Lee Hup Wei set 2.27m in World Championship Finals

>> October 05, 2019

Lee Hup Wei has created a history for Malaysian athletics scene as he entered the final round of the men's high jump of the IAAF World Championships at Doha, Qatar (5 Oct).

He has registered a good height of 2.27m to finish in 8th position out of 12 in the finals, and of 31 athletes overall.

Hup Wei’s feat was the best achievement (finalist) by a Malaysian in the history of the World's major athletics competitions, both the World Championships and the Olympic Games.
Lee Hup Wei, a world champ finalist, is being introduced to the crowd
Qatar's Mutaz Barshim defended his gold medal in 2.37m.

The 32-year-old became the first Malaysian in the finals of World championships after clearing a height of 2.29m, a personal-best during the qualification round.

It was just 1 cm shy of the national record of 2.30m that is held by Nauraj Singh Randhawa since 2017.

He is coached by Aleksandr Garparyan at the national training centre at Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.

What must be highlighted is that Lee Hup Wei's height of 1.81m would give a 'differential' of 48 cm (2.29m - 1.81m) which is exactly the difference between 'jumper's height and jumped height' of the all-time best high jumpers in the world, those whose best jumps of at least 2.40m (who had body heights of ~1.93m on average).
Lee Hup Wei at Doha Wold championships
He has been one of the most consistent Malaysian athletes in international competitions.

For a record, he became the Asian champion in 2007 at the age of 20, where he equaled Loo Kum Zee's national record of 2.24m from the 1995 SEA Games.

He then improved the record by 3cm with 2.27m during the "Good Luck Beijing" in 2008, the Olympic test competition, and then registered another two 2.27m in 2010.

He was in 5th place among world-class fields during the 1st IAAF Continental Cup at Split in 2010 after setting 2.25m, and took part in the Commonwealth Games at New Delhi in the same year and also finished in 5th place (2.23m).
Lee Hup Wei (right) and his coach Aleksandr Gasparyan
His participation in the Olympic Games was in Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012. He finished in 32nd (2.20m) and 30th (2.16m), respectively in the Games.

He was at the 2018 Asian Games at Jakarta and also the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.

Most recently, he competed in the 2019 Asian championships at Doha (same venue) in April and finished in 4th place with a 2.26m clearance.

Results of men's high jump final
Lee Hup Wei's all-time lists in high jump
2.29 ..... Doha (IAAF WC) ..... 01/10/2019
2.28 ..... Canberra ..... 27/01/2018
2.27 ..... Beijing (Olympic Trial)..... 25/05/2008
2.27 ..... Chennai (Asian GP) ..... 09/06/2010
2.27 ..... Naimette ..... 13/07/2010
2.27 ..... Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia Open GP)..... 31/03/2019
2.27 ..... Doha (IAAF WC) ..... 04/10/2019
2.26 ..... Kuala Lumpur ..... 05/08/2018
2.26 ..... Doha (Asian Champ)..... 24/04/2019
2.25 ..... Buhl ..... 18/06/2010
2.24 ..... Amman (Asian Champ) .... 25/07/2007
2.24 ..... Suzhou (Asian GP) ..... 23/05/2009
2.24 ..... Kunshan (Asian GP) ..... 27/05/2009
2.24 ..... Hong Kong (Asian GP) ..... 30/05/2009
2.24 ..... Bengaluru (Asian GP) ..... 05/06/2010
2.24 ..... Sydney ..... 01/04/2017
2.24 ..... Singapore ..... 27/04/2017
2.24 ..... Kuala Lumpur (SEA Games)..... 26/08/2017
2.24 ..... Sydney ..... 04/02/2018


Lee Hup Wei Set 2.29m to become first Malaysian in IAAF World Championship finals

>> October 01, 2019

Malaysia' Lee Hup Wei has becomes the first Malaysian to compete in the final of the IAAF World Championships in athletics.

The 32-year-old has set a new personal best of 2.29m to place in the 5th position out of 31 athletes.

No one including the defending World champion, Mutaz Barshim of Qatar has managed a 2.31m clearance - an automatic qualification mark for the finals.

Ten other athletes have cleared 2.29m, including Hup Wei and the top 12 would advance to the final round.

Lee Hup Wei enters the final round of the IAAF World championships

For a record, Lee Hup Wei won a gold medal from the 2007 Asian championships at Amman after clearing 2.24m.

He then competed in the next two Olympics, Beijing in 2008 (2.20m)  and London in 2012 (2.16m), without advancing to the finals.

He won three gold medals at the SEA Games, in 2007 at Nakhon Ratchasima (2.19m), in 2009 at Vientiane (2.18m), and in 2011 at Palembang (2.15m).

He also competed in the recent Asian Games at Jakarta and the Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast. He set 2.20 and 2.21, respectively in these Games.

He is coached by Alex Gasparyan.
High jump qualification summary at Doha

Lee Hup Wei's progress in high jump:
2006 - 2.15    
2007 - 2.24    
2008 - 2.27   
2009 - 2.24    
2010 - 2.27   
2011 - 2.15    
2012 - 2.21    
2013 - 2.22    
2014 - 2.18    
2015 - 2.17    
2016 - 2.22    
2017 - 2.24    
2018 - 2.28    
2019 - 2.29


Results Tuaran Open Track and Field Championships

>> September 23, 2019

National sprint champion Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi won the men's 100m during the 2nd Tuaran Open Track and Field at Kota Belud, which ended today (22/9).

He clocked a wind-aided time of 10.49 (+2.7) and finished ahead of National Games champion, Muhammad Aqil in second (10.55) and Zulfiqar Ismail in third (10.62).

National sprinter Siti Fatimah Mohamad won the women's 100m in a time of 11.93 (+0.9). Komalam Shally came second in 12.16 and Sabah's Chelsea Cassiopea third in 12.33.

The best performance of the two-day meet was in the men's discus throw. Three-time SEA Games champion, Irfan Shamsuddin has thrown 57.66m, a distance that would easily win a SEA Games gold.

Selected results as follows;

100m (+2.7) (21)
1. Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi 10.49w
2. Muhammad Aqil Yasmin 10.55w
3. Mohd Zulfiqar Ismail 10.62w
4. Muhammad Syazrul Adli Saiful Adli  10.74w
5. Muhammad Norbik 11.06w
6. Matsyawalludin Mohamad Muis 11.19w
7. Rayzamshah Wan Sofian 11.91w

Heat 1 (+1.2)
1h1 Rayzamshah Wan Sofian 11.09

Heat 3 (+1.2)
1h3 Mohd Zulfiqar Ismail 10.77

Heat 4 (+1.2)
1h4 Muhammad Aqil Yasmin 10.92

Heat 5 (+0.9)
1h5 Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi 10.75
2h5 Muhammad Syazrul Adli Saiful Adli 10.80
3h5 Muhammad Norbik 11.09

200m (+1.6) (22)
1. Muhammad Syazrul Adli Saiful Adli 21.84
2. Loganes Thilaganathan 21.97
3. Muhammad Norbik 22.61

Heat 3 (+0.5)
1h3 Muhammad Syazrul Adli Saiful Adli 22.12

Heat 4 (0.0)
1h4 Aqil Yasmin 21.89
2h4 Loganes Thilaganathan 22.24

400m (21)
1. Loganes Thilaganathan 48.83
.2 Mohd Azmir Abdul Rahman 50.65

800m (22)
1. Raymond Yew 1:58.72

1500m (21)
1. Raymond Yew 4:16.96
2. Putra Azrul Syazwan Azman 4:18.54

110mh (+1.0) (21)
1. Rayzamshah Wan Sofian 14.95
2. Alvine Jostine 14.97
3. Muhammad Ridzwan Ridal 15.20
4. Mohd Raid Ramlee 15.83

High Jump (22)
1. Farell Glenn Felix Jurus 2.05
2. Mohd Eizlan Dahalan 2.01
3. Safaruddin Yusra 1.89
4. Mohd Aiman Fitri Osman 1.89

Triple Jump (22)
1. Muhammad Sunik 14.68

Shot Put (21)
1. Kong Chin Poh 15.69
2. Sim Quan Ying 13.18

Discus Throw (22)
1. Muhammad Irfan Shamsuddin 57.66
2. Abdul Rahman Lee 48.49
3. Junaidi Sulaiman 38.91
4. Jeffry Chan Wen Jie 38.07
5. Reveynylle Jonias 37.51

Javelin Throw (21)
1. Linus Nicholas 52.78

Under 16

100m (+1.2) (21)
1. Jad Rizalman Washif 10.96    (*born 18 June 2005)
2. Khairulnash Mohamad 11.02
3. Amar Abdullah Yaakub 11.20
4. Hanssen Yap Soon Fu 11.32

Heat 5 (+0.9)
1h5 Khairulnash Mohamad 11.25

Heat 7 (+0.8)
1h7 Amar Abdullah Yaakub 11.29
Heat 9 (+0.6)
1h9 Jad Rizalman Washif 11.31

200m (+2.1) (22)
1. Jad Rizalman Washif 22.31w
2. Rey Dern 22.44w
3. Amar Abdullah Yaakub 22.56w
4. Khairulnash Mohamad 23.07w

400m (21)
1. Rozales Sigau Ladai 51.78

110mh (0.91) (+0.9) (21)
1. Safarudin Tajuddin 14.93
2. Preston Jude Paulinus 15.04
3. Aizul Hussin 15.16

Long Jump (22)
1. Asrul Badroldin 6.74
2. Arold Rannio Geoffrey 6.63


100m (+0.9) (21)
1. Siti Fatimah Mohamad 11.93
2. Komalam Shally Selveratnam 12.16
3. Chelsea Cassiopea Evali 12.33

Heat 2 (+0.5)
1h2 Chelsea Cassiopea Evali 12.30

200m (+0.5) (22)
1. Komalam Shally Selveratnam 26.04
2. Siti Fatimah Mohamad 26.17

400m (21)
1. Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusuf 57.48
2. Chelsea Cassiopea Evali 57.83

800m (22)
1. Hizillawanty Jamain 2:29.87

100mh (21)
1. Karmentina Nadia Quadra 15.55
2. Vianeybanu Junin 15.91

400mh (22)
1. Nur Nasyatul Nadia Md Nasri 68.06

High Jump (22)
1. Ngu Jia Xin 1.75

Long Jump (22)
1. Nurul Ashikin Abas 5.53

Triple Jump (22)
1. Nurul Ashikin Abas 12.67

Discus Throw (21)
1. Queenie Ting Kung Ni 45.51
2. Connie Choo Kang Nie 44.69
3. Ira Elisa Lajium 34.08

Javelin Throw (21)
1. Olivia Da Onidian Jainis 35.09

Under 16

High Jump (21)
1, Dayang Shari Uluk 1.55


14-year-old Jad Rizalman Runs 10.96 in 100m

>> September 22, 2019

Malaysia has another sprint king in the making, he was born in June 2005, and now 14.

Sabah's Jad Rizalman Washif has run the 100m in 10.96 (+1.2) to become the 2nd Malaysian and Southeast Asian to run an auto-time sub-11 with a legal wind at the (relative) age of 14 (to 31 December).

He improved his personal best from 11.20 he set in April.

Rizalman who stands 1.72m also participated in the 200m and clocked 22.31 (+2.1) to complete a double in the Under 16 category of the 2nd Tuaran Open Track and Field which ended today (22/9).

His legal best time of 22.65 was recorded last year at the age of 13 during a senior-level regional games of BIMG-EAGA at Brunei.
Jad Rizalman runs 100m in 10.96 at the age of 14
Rizalman came into the limelight two years ago as he grabbed four gold medals (U12 category) from the 100m, 200m 4x100m, and 4x200m at the National Schools Championships in Penang.

Just last months, Malaysian teen Muhammad Azeem Fahmi who was born in April 2004, has set blistering times of 10.63 in 100m and 21.15 in 200m, which are the real benchmarks of the World's Best Performance for the age of 15 (male) in the sprint events.

During the National schools (U15) in April, Rizalman finished in second place in the 200m (22.66) behind Azeem Fahmi who set a new record and superb time of 21.24. 

He also competed at the 2019 Western Australia Little Athletics in March and won a gold medal at 200m.

More recently, he won the 100m dash of the International Little Athletics Championship (U14) at Pahang in 11-flat hand-timed.

Meanwhile, the men's senior category of the local meeting was won by national champion Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi with a wind-aided time of 10.49 (+2.7), leaving National Games champion, Muhammad Aqil in second (10.55) and Zulfiqar Ismail in third (10.62).

Results of 2nd Tuaran Open can be viewed here


Results Malaysia Closed Track and Field 2019

>> August 18, 2019

Kuala Lumpur, 16-18 August 2019 "96th Malaysian National Championships"
- national championships
- held at the -up track of National stadium at Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
- hammer throw was held at UNITEN, Kajang
- selected results (Day 3) as follows;


800m (18)
1. Royson Vincent 1:50.56
2. Putra Azrul Syazman Azman 1:51.87
3. Wan Muhammad Fazri Wan Zahri 1:52.14
4. Avinesh Autin Murugan 1:52.70

5000m (18)
1. Nik Fakaruddin Ismail 15:44.65
2. Christopher Soosai 1557.00
3. Soh Wai Ching 16:18.59

400mh (18)
1. Ruslem Zikry Putra Roseli 53.16
2. Muhammad Firdaus Mazalan 54.24
3. Mohd Aftar Rosli 54.51

High Jump (18)
1. Mohd Eizlan Dahalan 2.05
2. Norshafiee Mohd Shah 2.05
3. Prakash Krishnan 2.00

Long Jump (18)
1. Abdul Latiff Romly 7.64
2. Lokman Hakim Ramlan 7.58
3. Muhammad Azim Abdul Kefli 7.29
4. Muhammad Raihan Aluwi 7.21

Discus Throw (18)
1. Irfan Shamsuddin 57.38
2. Abdul Rahman Lee 50.77
3. Mirach Han 40.08

Hammer Throw (18)
1. Jackie Wong Siew Cheer 68.22 / NR
2. Sadat Marzuqi Ajisan 55.63
3. Michael Sia 47.38

20000m Walk (18)
1. Mohd Khairil Harith Harun 1:39:05.55
2. Mohd Nor Azuan Md Nor 1:48:04.42
3. Teban Raj Chander 1:49:52.41

4x100m (18)
1. Johor Team 40.96
2. ATM Team 41.13
3. Terengganu Team 41.22

400mh (18)
1. Mandy Goh Li 64.06
2. Nur Nasyatul Nadia Md Nasri 66.64
3. Nur Afiqah Skainah Abd Halim Ismail 67.33

800m (18)
1. Savinder Kaur 2:12.61
2. Padhmaloshini Jayaseelan 2:14.97
3. Nor Ainaa Valqis Hashim 2:21.54

Pole Vault (18)
1. Chuah Yu Tian 3.60
2. Nor Sarah Adi 3.40
3. Nurul Fitriyana Abd Rani 3.40

Discus Throw (18)
1. Queenie Ting Kung Ni 46.51
2. Choo Kang Ni 46.05
3. Yap Jeng Tzan 42.67

Hammer Throw (18)
1. Grace Wong Xiu Mei 54.10
2. Nurul Hidayah Lukman 50.31
3. Nurfazira Jalaluddin 44.17

4x100m (18)
1. ATM Team 46.78
2. Terengganu Team 48.02
3. Johor Team 48.35

Heptathlon (18)


Jackie Wong Throws 68.22m for his 13th National Hammer Record

Jackie Wong Siew cheer has grown steadily stronger and better since setting his first senior national record in 2013 at Palembang (59.53m).

It was after over three-year of serious attempts to break Wong Tee Kue's national record of 58.52m, which had stood for 20 years.

Today on 18 August 2019, he shattered his own national hammer throw record again during the 96th Malaysian National championships.

He first registered 67.50m during his second throw to eclipse his previous record national record of 67.31m he set 5 weeks ago at Gwangju.

Jacki Wong threw another national record of 68.22m at Kajang
The 27-year-old defending SEA Games champion improved the mark during his fifth attempt, throwing the iron ball at a distance of 68.22m, that is a new national record that to be counted from this meeting.

The hammer throw event was held separately at UNITEN sports complex at Kajang, while other events at the warm-up track of the national stadium, Kuala Lumpur.

Under the watchful eyes of China's former Asian champion Gu Yuan, Jackie has broken his own national record for 13th time since the first one in 2013.

Jackie's annual best performance and a complete list of his national records as follows;

Kuala Lumpur
MAAU invitation (time trial)
3 July 2011

Kuala Lumpur
Selangor state championships
10 June 2012

59.53m (NR) - 1st
Palembang, Indonesia
Islamic Solidarity Games
27 September 2013

59.75m (NR) - 2nd
Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
Southeast Asian Games
15 December 2013

62.19m (NR) - 3rd
Kuala Lumpur
FTAAA Championships
19 April 2014

63.71m (NR) - 4th
Santa Cruz, Philippine
National Championships
19 March 2015

64.50m (NR) - 5th
State Championships
6 March 2016

64.55m (NR) - 6th
Mokpo, South Korea
Throwing meet invitation
7 April 2017

64.95m (>NR) *not ratified.
MAKSAK Championships
19 May 2017

64.67m (NR) - 7th
Bangkok, Thailand
National Open Championships
14 June 2017

65.34m (NR) - 8th
Jeongseon, South Korea
KBS cup (throwing meet invitation)
27 June 2017

65.90m (NR) - 9th
Kuala Lumpur
Southeast Asian Games
23 August 2017

66.01m (NR) - 10th
Kuala Lumpur
National Championships
13 May 2018

67.01 (NR) - 11th
Asian Championships
24 April 2019

67.31m (NR) - 12th
Gwangju, South Korea
National Open Championships
6 July 2019

68.22m (NR) - 13th
Kuala Lumpur
National Championships
18 August 2019


Keputusan Kejohanan Olahraga Kebangsaan Malaysia 2019

>> August 17, 2019

Kuala Lumpur, 16-18 August 2019 "96th Malaysian National Championships"
- national championships
- held at the -up track of National stadium at Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
- with a special appearance of Philippine's top long jumper, Marestella Sunang
- selected results (Day 2) as follows;

200m (-1.6) (17)
1. Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi 21.20
2. Mohd Aqil Yasmin 21.49
3. Aravinn Thevarr Gunasegaran 21.56
4. Abdul Wafiy Roslan 21.64

110mh (-1.8) (17)
1. Mohd Rizzua Haizad 14.54
2. Benedict Ian Gawok 14.73
3. Muhd Naim Abdullah 14.78

Pole Vault (17)
1. Iskandar Alwi 5.15
2. Muhammad Naufal Shahrul Afzam 4.00
3. Muhammad Zkariya Mansuri 4.00

Decathlon (17)

4x400m (17)
1. Terengganu Team 3:14.63
2. Selangor Team 3:16.99
3. Johor Team 3:18.84

200m (-4.4) (17)
1. Nurul Faizah Asma Mazlan 25.29
2. Komalam Shally Selveratnam 25.34
3. Siti Fatimah Mohamad 25.42
4. Azreen Nabila Alias 25.94

5000m (17)
1. Puspa Letchumy Jaintheran 18:35.49
2. Ramiyah Balasingam 20:16.40
3. Lydia Chua Jing Wen 20:30.56

100m hurdles (-1.8) (17)
1. Raja Nursheena Raja Azhar 14.93
2. Nur Syfiqah Anis Abu Bakar 15.11
3. Winnie Eng May Xin 15.26

Long Jump (17)
1. Noor Shahidatun Nadia Mohd Zuk 5.84
2. Siti Zubaidah Adabi 5.74
3. Mahira Hanis Ishak 5.73
4. Nurul Ahikin Abas 5.56
Invitational: Marestella Sunang (PHI) 6.21

Shot Put (17)
1. Bibi Nur Aisyah Ishak 12.75
2. Nani Shahirah Maryata 12.60
3. Nurull Ainin Syaqina 11.76

10000m Walk (17)
1. Elena Goh Ling Yin 53:03.44
2. Koong Jia Lin 56:25.50
3. Pua Ling En 58:19.35

4x400m (17)
1. ATM Team 4:00.13
2. Kedah Team 4:03.13
3. Johor Team 4:05.63



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