>> August 05, 2010

Event: Hurdles (110mh)
Born: 11 January 1988, Keningau, Sabah
Height: 5-11
Weight: 78
Personal Records: 
100m 10.57 (Penang 23 June 2006), 10.3 (Kota Kinabalu 2 August 2006
110mh 13.91 (Nakhon Ratchasima 11 December 2009)

Progression at:
110mh: 2006- 14.74s, 2007- 13.91s, 2008- 13.95s, 2009- 13.98s, 2010- 13.95s

Major Meets:
World Championships- Berlin 2009
Asian Games- Guangzhou 2010
ATF- Kobe 2011
SEA Games 2007, 2009

Career Highlights:
2011: Represented Malaysia at the 19th Asian championships (ATF), clocking 13.94s in semis and then finishing 6th in the finals, 14.03s.

2009: He missed the SEA Games due to a hamstring injury.

2007: Won the gold medal at 110mh in SEA Games Nakhon Ratchasima with a time of 13.91s (Games record).

2006: Represented Malaysia at Asian Juniors and World Juniors.

Last updated 05.08.11. Send additional info to, info@adriansprints.com





Event: Sprints (100m, 200m)
Born: 23 March 1986, Johore
Height: 5-3
Weight: 53
Personal Records: 
100m 11.77 (Kuala Lumpur 15 December 2008)
200m 24.51 (Chiangmai 17 December 2010)

International Meets:
SEA Games- Nakhon Ratchasima 2007
AUG- Kuala Lumpur 2008, Chiangmai 2010
Asian Juniors- Bangkok 2002, Ipoh 2004
World Youth- Debrecen 2001

Career Highlights:
2011: She won gold medal at 4x100m, as well as a silver at 200m during the 15th AUG in Chiangmai, Thailand.

2008: She did a wonderful run en route to win the women's 100m final (11.77s) during the 14th Asean University Games (AUG) in Kuala Lumpur. She sets 11.70s in the semis, and could be a personal best, but the timing system was found "malfunction".



Nationality: Malaysia
Primary event: Hurdles (110mh)
Born: 18 January 1983
Height: 6-1
Weight: 80
Coach: Ithnin Mahadi (200-2008, 2010-)
& Hanafiah Nasir (2008-2009)
Education: Graduated in UPM
Marital status: Married (one daughter, as at 2011)
Personal bests:
110mh- 13.85 (7.07.2008 Kuala Lumpur)
400mh- 53.55 (11.09.02 Kota Kinabalu)
Major Meets:
World University Games: Daegu 2003
Commonwealth Games: Melbourne 2006
Asian Games: Doha 2006
ATF: Colombo 2002, Manila 2003, Incheon 2005, Guangzhou 2009
Islamic Games: Riyadh 2005
SEA Games: Hanoi 2003, Manila 2005, Vientiane 2009
World Indoor Champs: Budapest 2004
Asian Indoor Champs: Teheran 2004

Career Highlights:

2009: SEA Games silver medal (14.05).
2008: Asian Grand Prix (Bangkok- 14.13 7th, Korat- 13.91 4th, Hanoi- 14.10 5th). Malaysian mini Olympics, gold medal 13.85 (PB).
2007: At SEA Games Manila, he won gold medal (14.08) at 110mh.  Teamed up in the 4x100m relays and finished in 4th (40.86).
2006: Represented Malaysia in 110mh at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne (13.88 4h-), and Asian Games in Doha (14.04 8th).
2005: Finished 4th (13.93) in the Islamic Solidarity Games at Riyadh SA.
2003: Silver medal at SEA Games, Hanoi (110mh 14.12)


Justin Gatlin Return Wins 10.24 in Estonia , Video

>> August 04, 2010

Justin Gatlin won his first 100m race at the Bigbank Kuldliiga meet in Rakvere, Estonia at August 03, 2010 after a four years lay off.

The 28-year-old American crosses the line in 10.24 into -0.6 wind, a tenth of a second improvement from his qualifying heat race ahead of countryman J-Mee Samuels who clocked 10.31, and Rhubin Williams, also from USA, third in 10.54.

Gatlin won the 2004 Athens Olympic Games in the sprint century in 9.85. In 2005, he won the 100m/9.88 and 200m/20.04 at the IAAF world championship in Helsinki. He equaled Asafa Powell’s world record in the 100m in 9.77 at super GP meet at Doha, Qatar in May 2006 but soon was found guilty for performances enhancer drug named testosterone where he tested during the Penn Relays meet in April.

Gatlin, who is coached by Loren Seagrave, however still in trouble of finding a competitive meets in Europe because of a policy of the Diamond League's organizers not to invite any athletes who has a doping history (just like Dwain Chambers) but he is expected to run again at Tallinn, the Estonian capital at this weekend.

Results: (Wind -0.6)
1 Justin Gatlin USA 10.24
2 J-Mee Samuels USA 10.31
3 Rubin Williams USA 10.54
4 Aleksandr Linnik BLR 10.67
5 Ronalds Arajs LAT 10.74
6 Kostyatin Vasyukov UKR 10.83
7 Asko Anipai KJK 10.99
Sekou Clarke JAM DNF



Christophe Lemaitre Completes Hattrick at the European Athletics Championship

>> August 02, 2010

Christophe Lemaitre became the first sprinter to win three golds at the European Championships. Lemaitre won his first gold from the men's 100m by clocking 10.11, beating some of the big names including  Francis Obikwelu and Dwain Chambers who could only placed fourth and fifth respectively. Silver went to Britain's Mark Lewis Francis and bronze won by Lemaitre's teammate Martial Mbandjock. These four sprinters stopped the clock at 10.18!!

Lemaitre pips Malcolm to win
the 200 in 20.37
Lemaitre's second gold came from the 200m. He narrowly missed out the gold medal but crosses the finish line just ahead Britain's Christian Malcolm. Malcolm led off the bend into the home straight but the fast-finishing by Lemaitre cought Malcolm on the finishing line. Lemaitre clocked a time of 20.37 with Malcolm a mere hundredth of a second behind in 20.38. France's Martial Mbandjock took bronze as he had done in the 100m with a time of 20.42.

French celebrated thier 4x100m winning
In the 4x100m relay, Lemaitre ran the second leg, quickly made up the stagger on Poland but Italy's Emanuele Di Gregorio ran a blistering bend to hand over to Maurizio Checcucci in front. However, Martial Mbandjock (bronze in 100m, 10.18) powered down the straight and overtook Checcucci just before the finishing line to win in 38.11. Italy was crowned to silver in 38.17 and Germany took the bronze in 38.44. Thanks to Mbandjock for helps lemaitre to completed the hattrick.

Lemaitre who trained by a 70-year-old coach, Pierre Carraz, has become the first white man to break 10s barrier in the 100m at the French national championship 3 weeks ago. He consistently run 10.0-10.1 this season and matched the 200m national record 20.16 set by Gilles Queneherve in 1987. And during the 2010 European Championship he surpassed Francis Obikwelu performances who won both European sprint titles in Gothenburg four years ago.


Men's 100m Final

Men's 200m Final

Men's 4x100m Final



>> August 01, 2010

Event: Sprints (100m, 200m)
Born: 23 May 1986, Penang
Height: 5-4
Weight: 58
Personal Records: 
100m 11.60 (Plovdiv 09 July 2011)
200m 24.48 (Vientiene 16 December 2009)

National Records:
4x100m 45.33 (Zgorzelec 2010)

International Meets:
World University Games 2009
SEA Games 2007, 2009
ASEAN Uni. Games 2008, 2010

Career Highlights:
2011: She became the 2nd fastest in Malaysian All-Time lists after setting 11.60s -1.2 at Plovdivon July 09, 2011.

2010: A member of the 4x100m team who broke the 21-year-old Malaysian NR 45.37s, registering 45.33s at Zgorzelec... Represented Malaysia in women's 4x100m at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, finished 6th in 45.54s.



Full Name: Mok Ying Ren (Mok - surname)
Nationality: Singapore
Event: Long Distance & Triathlon
Born: 6 July 1988
Height: 5-7.5
Weight: 60
Education: Medic (National Uni. of SIN, 2011)
Personal Bests:
5000m 14:51.09 (Kanagawa 28.05.11)
Marathon 2:26:34 (Christchurch 05.06.11)
National Records:
5000m 14:51.09 (Kanagawa, JPN 28.05.11)
Half Marathon 1:08:18 (Kuala Lumpur, MAS 13.03.11)*
Major Meets:
SEA Games- Nakhon Ratchasima 2007
AUG- Chiangmai 2010

Career Highlights:
2011: He bettered the previous Singaporean 5000m NR of 14:57.61 by Naarajan Ganeson in 1995 with an effort of 14:51.09s at Kanagawa on May 28, 2011. A week later (5 June 2011)  he won the Christchurch Marathon in NZL with a time of 2:26:34 (PB).

2010: Silver medal at 5000m (34:38.30) in the ASEAN University Games.

2007: Competed at Triathlon  in SEA Games (Nakhon Ratchasima) and bagged the gold medal (2:05).

Last updated 16.08.11 by Jad Adrian



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