>> August 21, 2010

Name: Theerayut Philakong
Nationality: Thailand
Born: 27 February 1984
Personal bests:
Long Jump 7.67 +0.0 (Bangkok 26.04.2009)
Long Jump (i) 7.72 (Hanoi 01.11.2009)
Triple Jump 16.58 (Suphanburi/THA 11.09.2006)

Season best:
Triple Jump 16.18 -0.2 (24.05.2011)

He is second best triple jumper in Thailand and Southeast Asia, behind Nattaporn Nomkanha (16.66 +2.0 Bangkok 21.05.2002).

Career Highlights:
2009: Retained his SEA Games gold medal at triple jump, 16.51 (13.12.2009).
2007: SEA Games (Nakhon Ratchasima) gold medalist at triple jump, 16.44 (07.12.2007).





Name: Nongnuch Sanrat
Nationality: Thailand
Event: Sprints (100m, 200m)
Born: 26 August 1983
Height: 5-4
Weight: 58
Personal bests:
100m 11.53 +1.3 (Osaka 08.05.2004)
200m 24.13 +1.4 (Bangkok 28.04.2004)

Season best:
100m 11.80 +1.9 (Kobe 08.07.2011)

Career Highlights:
2010: Won the gold medal at 4x100m in Asian Games,Guangzhou on 26.11.2010 in a time of 44.09.


Zurich Diamond League 2010: USA 37.45, David Oliver 12.93, Jeremy Wariner 44.13

>> August 20, 2010

David Oliver posted the most impressive performances at the Diamond League Meeting in Zurich with a second fastest time over 110mh in 2010. Oliver who set 12.89, the third fastest time of all time earlier this year clocked a time of 12.93second to extend his winning streak to 12 in front of a sell-out crowd of 27,000 fans at Letzigrund Stadium.

Despite a moderate-pace start, Jeremy Wariner took the lead at the final straight with a strong finish to win the quarter mile event in a world lead time of 44.13, 0.27 off the world lead time, set by Jamaica's Jermaine Gonzales. Gonzales was second in 44.51 and Angelo Taylor of the USA finished third in 44.72.

American quartet, comprised of Trell Kimmons, Wallace Spearmon, Tyson Gay and Michael Rodgers set a world's best time of 37.45, defeating Jamaican quartet of Mario Forsythe, Michael Frater, Steve Mullings and Yohan Blake who finished in 37.76. The USA's time is the fifth fastest in history and not too far of the 37.40 national record set twice in 1992 and 1993.

Other events dominated by the USA were from the men's 100m and 200m as well as the women's 400m. Trell Kimmons became the 72nd man to break 10s with a 9.95 effort to win the men's 100m, ahead countryman Michael Rodgers (10.12). Spearmon ran 19.79, a season's best, to edge Jamaica's Yohan Blake into second in 19.86. Three-time World 200m champion Allyson Felix, matched Wariner's feat to win the 400m in 50.37.

However, double Olympic 200metres gold medallist Veronica Campbell spoiled the American's clean sweep in the sprint events as well as protected the Jamaican sprint pride . Campbell took advantage from her bullet start and Carmelita Jeter's slow start to win the blue riband event which ended in an exciting finish. Both sprinters stopped the clock at 10.89.

Results (Golden league events) are as follow:
Men's 200m 1. Wallace Spearmon (U.S.) 19.79. 2. Yohan Blake (Jamaica) 19.86. 3. Ryan Bailey (U.S.) 20.10

Men's 400m 1. Jeremy Wariner (U.S.) 44.13. 2. Jermaine Gonzales (Jamaica) 44.51. 3. Angelo Taylor (U.S.) 44.72

Men's 110m hurdles: 1. David Oliver (U.S.) 12.93. 2. Dwight Thomas (Jamaica) 13.25. 3. Ryan Wilson (U.S.) 13.26

Women's 100m: 1. Veronica Campbell-Brown (Jamaica) 10.89. 2. Carmelita Jeter (U.S.) 10.89. 3. Marshevet Myers (U.S.) 10.97

Women's 400m: 1. Allyson Felix (U.S.) 50.37. 2. Debbie Dunn (U.S.) 50.57. 3. Amantle Montsho (Botswana) 50.63

Videos are as follows:

Men's 4x100m

Men's 200m

Men's 110mh



Full Name: Supanara Sukhasvasti na Ayudhaya
A.K.A Supanara S.N.A
Nationality: Thailand
Born: 11 June 1992 / Chiangmai
Event: Long Jump
Height: 6-1
Weight: 75
Personal best:
Long Jump- 8.05 +1.3 (Kobe 10.07.2011)
Triple Jump- 15.83 +0.9 (Suphanburi 25.07.2009)
Major Meets:
Asian Championships: Kobe 2011
SEA Games: Vientiane 2009
Asian Juniors: Hanoi 2010
World Youth: Brixen 2009

National / SEA Records:
Long Jump- 8.05 +1.3 (Kobe 10.07.11)
Long Jump- 8.04 +1.4 (Bangalore 05.06.11)

Progression at;
Long Jump: 2009- 7.96, 2010- 8.04, 2011- 8.05

Interesting Fact:
He is the fifth generation in the descendant of the King Rama IV (King Mongkut)

Career Highlights
2011: He competed at the 19th Asian Championships in Kobe and won the silver medal at Long Jump in a distance of 8.05 meters. He lost to Su Xiongfeng of China with a mere 1 cm. The distance, however is a new Thais National record as well as a new Southeast Asian record.
2010:  He became the first athlete of Southeast Asia  to leap over 8.00 meters in long jump when he registered 8.04 (+1.4) during the Asian Grand Prix in Bangalore on 5 June 2010, where he won gold medal. The mark also surpassed Henry Dagmil's SEA Record 7.99 meters.
2009: On 9 July 2009, he became the first ever athlete of Thailand to win a medal at World Youth after winning the gold medal at long jump in a distance of 7.65. Two days later (11.07.09) he added a silver medal from the triple jump with an effort of 15.70 +1.4. He competed in the SEA Games in Vientiane at the long jump and took the gold medal home (7.83).

Last updated 16.08.11. By Jad Adrian,



>> August 19, 2010



Name: Kreetha Sinthawacheewa
Nationality: Thailand
Event: Jumping event (Pole Vault)
Born: 27 December 1989
Height: 5-7
Personal best:
Pole Vault- 5.20 meters NR x2 (Chonburi THA 12.12.2010, Kaohsiung 27.05.11)

Career Highlights:
2011: He leaped 5.20 during the Chinese Taipei open on May 27 and equals his national record.
2010: Gold medal at the Asean University Games in Chiangmai (5.00 m) ... He set a national record in a height of 5.20 m during the Thais national games at Chonburi on 12 December 2010.


Wachara Sondee

Name: Wachara Sondee
Event: Sprint (100m)
Born: 9 April 1983
Height: 5-11
Weight: 78
Personal bests:
100m 10.30 +0.8 (Vientiane 13.12.2009)
200m 21.19 +0.9 (Bangkok 27.12.2005)
60m (i) 6.65 NR x2 (Pattaya 10.12.06 / Macau 30.10.2007)

Major Meets
World Championships: Berlin 2009
Universiade: Izmir 2005, Bangkok 2007
Asian Championships: Incheon 2005
SEA Games: Manila 2005, Nakhon Ratchasima 2007, Vientiane 2009
World Indoor Champs: Moskva 2006

Career Highlights
2010: He reached semifinal round at 100m in the Asian Games in Guangzhou.... won bronze in the 4x100m.
2009: He won a silver medal at SEA Games from the men's 100m, recorded a PB 10.30.
2007: Competed in the men's 100m at Universiade but did not advance to finals after a poor performance in semifinal. However he teamed up in the men's 4x100m and won the Gold medal.
2006: He came second in the Asian Indoor Championships in Pattaya in a time of 6.65s (NR).
2005: He bagged two gold medals from  SEA Games Manila, 100m (10.47) and 4x00m.

Last updated 10.08.11



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