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AdrianSprints.com is based out of Kuala Lumpur. It was founded in 2009 by a track-and-field enthusiast, Jad Adrian of Malaysia. A no-nonsense website that specializes track and field athletics. However, you can also find useful information ranging from training, sports science, Olympic history, and exercise tips and technique. Lately, Athletics statistics information dominates the content of this website due to popular demand.

Some information from this website have been quoted and cited at the Wikipedia.org, Track & Field News (World's bible of Athletics), LetsRun.com, ASIAN Athletics publications, International Athletics' websites, local and international newspapers, and many other websites and publications.

A young man was heading to a destination (Surfer Paradise, see top right), Gold Coast, circa 2008
I was trying to get a right angle to take my own photo (that could mirror a long journey with dreams) when a nice 

guy of Great Britain came to help me snap this photo that perfectly reflects the journey, he then said 'all the best'

About the Author
The admin and author of this site is a track and field athlete, coach, statistician, a strength & conditioning trainer and instructor, a lecturer with 10+ semester teaching experience in universities, and an independent researcher (sports training). Currently, he is the head of strength and endurance sports (athletics, cycling, ice skating, triathlon, and weightlifting) at the National Sports Institute in Kuala Lumpur. He has traveled to a variety of major global sporting events such as the Asian Winter Games, World Junior Championships, and Commonwealth Championships as a team official (sports scientist). He has also attended and presented his works at the World's prestigious sports science conferences including the ACSM conference at Minneapolis, NSCA conference at Las Vegas, and ICST at Kyoto.

He studied physical education (BEd) and sports science (MS) at Universiti Putra Malaysia, and a PhD is the next stop of the journey, of course. His main interest encompasses anything related to the strength & conditioning, yet relative to others, he has a deep interest in both sprint performance and training methodology-related topics. Yet, the 'training periodization' scope is no way restricted to 'NSCA main text book syllabus' as he investigates all other methods that help to maximize the athlete's performance including the Russian Conjugate Sequence System.

He is the official statistician for the Malaysia Athletic Federation, and a member of the Association of Track & Field Statisticians (ATFS), as well as the Association of Road Racing Statisticians (ARRS). He has been lecturing in sports-related subjects for several years.

The author is also the compiler-cum-editor of the "Southeast Asian Athletics Annuals" (comprehensive statistics book that includes the annual and all-time lists, records, athlete profiles, and others). His statistical works have been included/cited in many sports websites, local and foreign newspapers, as well as reports by various organizations (including the Asian Athletics Association).


The author can be reached via the following e-mail:

E-Mail: info@adriansprints.com


Many thanks to all the visitors!!
One Thousand Pageviews per day

And special thanks to contributors of statistics in this website;
(in no special order... names included in the annuals - if not seen here!)

Malaysian correspondents (from MAF and all state associations)
Malaysian coaches, managers, and athletes
Loong Teck Chew
Gopal Raman
Simon Lau
Heinrich Hubbeling  
Carles Baronet
Mirko Jalava
Andras Szabo
Michel St Raymond
Mohamad Shahruddin
Andrew Pirie
Hoang Minh Quyet
Muhamad Aris











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