Athletics Report Asian Youth Games, Nanjing 2013

>> August 20, 2013

Asian Youth Games – day two review (20 August 2013)

In very humid conditions China’s athletes dominated day two of the Asian Youth Games, being held in Nanjing, winning eight of the 10 gold medals on offer.

One of the performances of the evening was the win in the boys’ hammer throw by Yuanbo Ding. Carrying the extra pressure of being a local resident of Jiangsu Province’s Lianyungang City, Ding was never troubled taking the title by over 10 metres with a six metres personal best of 73.73m.
“I'm so excited to win,” he said. “At first, I was pretty nervous. I felt better after I threw the hammer the first time.”
Going into the final round Ding had thrown a best of 71.00 metres, but added over two metres to his best on his final attempt.
“Usually, I get my best throw on the second or the third throw, so I was a little surprised indeed. On the last attempt, I felt relaxed so I just threw it."
Coached by Junwei Yang, Ding moved up from 14th on the world under-17 ranking list to third.

The boy’s 100 metres final lived up to expectations built up by close races in the early rounds. But in the final, the less favoured, riding a wave of local support, Zhenkun Xia grabbed the title in 10.71, just ahead of Thailand’s Nutthapong Veerarwongratanasiri and Chinese Taipei’s Chun-Han Yang who both clocked 10.73. Veerarwongratanasiri, who didn’t start well had other dramas in the race, pulling his hamstring on the finish line. Yang was disappointed with his result, refusing to speak to the media after the race.

Fujian Province sprinter, Manqi Ge, who was a semi-finalist the IAAF world youth championships last month, clocked a wind assisted 11.91 as she cruised to victory in the girls’ 100 metres. Coached by Chaoxu Liu, Ge defeated Thailand pair Parichat Charoensuk and Kanchanaporn Sintaksab.

The heat affected many of the athletes in the 1500 metres with many struggling to leave the track after the crossed the line. China’s Guoyu Zhao, from Su Qian city in Jiangsu Province, broke away from the pack with 200 metres remaining to take the title in 4:35.06, just ahead of Indonesia’s Aprilia Kartina.
"Today is the birthday of my coach (Jiang Chao),” Zhao said. “Before the match, I had already told the media through the phone that I would try my best to get the gold medal as his birthday present."
Wei Wang, completed the Chinese double in the 1500m, taking the boys’ race in 4:03.75. A very fresh Wang sprinted a victory lap.

In the boys’ long jump, Chinese Taipei’s Chun-Sheng Huang dominated the event with his first four jumps over seven metres, led by his fourth round leap of 7.23m. It was a terrific battle for the minor medals with both Jie Li (CHN) and Hyunjong Kim (KOR) jumping 6.98m. A count back was required to split the medals, with Li’s second best of 6.98m just ahead of Kim’s 6.94m.

One of the two athletes to stand in the way of a Chinese clean sweep on day two was Thailand’s Mingkamon Koomphon in the girls’ hammer thrower. From her opening throw of 58 metres Koomphon was never headed, in a very consistent series which included five throws over 57 metres. Mingzhu Jiang (CHN) was second with 56.33m.

Hunan Province’s Guilfen Huang (CHN) won the girls’ 400 metres by over two seconds in 53.65 and her team mate Zhihang Xu (CHN) took the boys’ title in 48.39.

China’s national youth champion, Chaoqun Li, from Zhejiang Province, added the Asian Youth Games title to her collection, raising her personal best of 3.80m to 4.00 metres in Nanjing tonight.

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Nanjing Asian Youth Games 2013 - Athletics Day 1

>> August 19, 2013

Asian Youth Games – day one review (19 August 2013)

Three exciting field events dominated day one of the athletics program at the second Asian Youth Games, being held in Nanjing.
Heavy rain during the day cleared for the evening’s competition which including sprint heats and finals of the boys shot, javelin and pole vault and the girls high jump.

Aged just 15 years, Hussain Al Hizam is Saudi Arabia’s best ever pole vaulter, raising the national open record on five occasions this year, taking it from 4.95 to 5.27m. Tonight in Nanjing, he opened his competition with 4.60m which he cleared on his second attempt to put him in second place behind Iraq’s Muntadher Abdulwahid who had cleared on his first attempt. At 4.70m, Abdulwahid missed his attempts, while Al Hizam negotiated the height on his third attempt to take the title.

 Hussain Al Hizam 
(by Bouhouche blog)
The boys’ javelin was a come from behind win to Chinese Taipei’s Jenwei Tsai. After three rounds China’s Zhuqing Su led comfortably with his first round throw of 67.35m, ahead of Sungming Lee (TPE) on 65.90m and Ao Zhou (CHN) with 64.94m. But the competition changed dramatically when in round five, Tsai, a student at National Yilan Senior High School, launched the javelin out to 70.41m to take the lead by over three metres. Su tried his best and responded with a personal record of 67.51m on the event’s final throw, to confirm the silver medal.
"My best throw tonight was made when I felt well and I found my confidence back,” said Tsai.
“My earlier throws were not that good, so I adjusted mentality. I took a medal, which made me happy and satisfied. But I won't have a party or travel in Nanjing to celebrate. I will fly back (home) soon, because when school starts I will have many other competitions."

Favourite for the boys’ shot, was local athlete Jianping Han who started slowly, eventually securing the victory with his very last throw of 18.87m. Japan’s Yume Ando, led early with 17.36m in round three, eventually putting 18.07m in round four for his best of the day.
"I am very excited and I had never thought about this result. I broke my own record (18.50m) and reached a new level - 18.87m.,” said Han.
"I am now studying at Jiangsu 101 High School and I keep training during my study time."

China’s Manqi Ge, a semi-finalist at the recent IAAF world youth championships clocked the quickest time in the girls 100 metres round one. Ge, running in heat two ran 12.07, just quicker than her 12.08 she clocked in Donestsk. Her main opposition appears to be from winners of heat three and four, Kayla Richardson (PHI) and Min Song (CHN). There will be two Richardson’s in tomorrow night’s semi-final as Kayla’s twin Kyla Richardson also progressed.

There was no clear favourite amongst the round one winners of the boys 100 metres. Chinese Taipei’s Chun-Han Yang led the qualifiers on 10.84, but tied on 10.85 were Nutthapong Veerarwongratanasiri (THA) and Zhenkun Xia (CHN). Xia looks to be the main threat.
“I’m coming back from injury,” he said. “My goal is to enjoy the games.”

In the final event to be decided on the night, Luwei Guan (CHN) took the girls high jump with a clearance of 1.65m.
In the girls 400m heats, the fastest time was recorded by Guifen Huang (CHN), who clocked 55.39, while in the boy’s long jump Chun-Sheng Huang (TPE) led the qualifying round with a leap of 7.09m.

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Athletics Preview 2013 Asian Youth Games, Nanjing China

>> August 18, 2013

Athletics preview 2013 Asian Youth Games
The athletics program at the second Asian Youth Games commences tomorrow in the Olympics Sports Centre Stadium in the Chinese city of Nanjing. The AYG will conduct competition in 15 sports and similar to the 2009 AYG in Singapore, it is an ideal test event for the IOC Youth Olympic Games to be held 12 months later in the same city. Heat wave conditions are expected to ease slightly for the four evenings of competition commencing on Monday August 19.

2009 Asian Youth Games
The inaugural AYG were held in Singapore in June and July 2009 with 38 Asian Athletics Association member federations competing. At those Games China dominated the competition winning 12 medals including nine gold. There was a close battle between the next three delegations, Japan, Thailand and India, with each country winning eight medals and four gold. A total of 22 countries shared in the medal count.
Many of the athletes have in the ensuring years gone on to successfully compete at the major international meets including the IAAF world juniors, 2010 YOG, 2010 Commonwealth Games including: Korea’s Lee Sun-Yae who competed at the IAAF 2011 world championships and Japan’s Masaki Nashimoto who won silver in the 100m at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in a swift 10.51.

2013 Asian Youth Games Federations
In athletics 37 federations will contest the 2013 AYG, one less than in 2009, however a number of athletes will compete in the Independent Olympic Athletes team, and with entries numbering 400 athletes, it will be a more competitive event than the inaugural games.
Host nation, China, will be represented by the largest delegation of 61 athletes, followed by Thailand with 30 and Chinese Taipei 25 athletes. Three nations that did not compete in athletics in 2009, join the games in 2013: Afghanistan, Lebanon and Malaysia.

2013 Asian Youth Games feature athletes
The competition is for athletes in the under-17 age division, however a few under-18 athletes will compete for the Independent Olympic Athletes team. There are a number of the world’s leading under-17 year old athletes entered for competition including:

LI Zhe (CHN) – boys 200m
Statistics: Finalist 2013 IAAF World Youth Championships; PB 21.49; U17 world ranking 10th
LI Zhe, from Hubei provience, is one of the leading and most consistent sprinters at the 2013 AYG clocking five times under 21.70 this year. He progressed through the heat, semi and into the final at the IAAF world youth championships in Donetsk in the Ukraine in July. He clocked his personal best of 21.49 in the semi-final. He has also run 10.68 for the 100m this season. Li faces good competition from Thailand’s Nutthapong Weerawongratanasiri (THA) who in June, won the 200m at the SEA Youth Athletics championships in Ho-Chi-Minh where he clocked an impressive 21.53.

LIU Hongliang (CHN) – boys 3000m        
Statistics: PBs 3000m 8:28.19, 5000m 14:20.44; U17 world rankings 3000m 10th, 5000m 3rd
Liu Hongliang, China’s national youth 1500m and 3000m champion, will start as favourite in the 3000m in Nanjing. From the providence of Inner Mongolia, Liu has been competitive with the nation’s senior athletes placing fourth in the 5000 metres at the senior national grand prix final where he clocked a time of 14:20.44 to rank him number three under-17 in the world.

FURUYA Takumu (JPN) – boys 400m hurdles
Statistics: PB 51.00; 4th place IAAF world youth championships; U17 world ranking 1st
Takumu Furuya of Japan is one of the competitions leading athletes. In July, the 16-year-old placed fourth at the IAAF world youth (under-18) championships. He clocked his personal best of 51.00 in the semi-final, a time that remains over a second faster than any other 16-year-old in the world. Earlier this month, he tuned up the AYG by winning the Japanese national schools championships in 51.16.

BAI Jiaxu (CHN) – boys high jump
Statistics: PB 2.18m; silver medallist IAAF world youth championships; U17 world ranking 1st
Bai Jiaxu, at just 15, is the world’s second best under-18 athlete following his silver medal winning result at the  IAAF world youth championships last month in the Ukraine. Bai, from Shanxi province, has compiled a consistent record this year, with three competitions at 2.15m or higher. Tremendous competition will be provided by Japan’s 2.10m jumper, Yuji Hiramatsu, who is the fourth ranked under-17 athlete in the world.

CHENG Yulong (CHN) – boys discus
Statistics: PB 62.80m; bronze medal  IAAF world youth championships; U17 world ranking 1st
Cheng Yulong, a bronze medallist at the recent IAAF world youth championships, carries the pressure of being a local favourite as he is from the province of Jiangsu. The world’s leading under-17 discus thrower, Cheng, is also a handy shot putter with a best of 17.77m.

DING Yuanbo (CHN) – boys hammer throw
Statistics: PB 67.46m; U17 world ranking 2nd
Another with the pressure of being a local from the Jiangsu province is hammer thrower Ding Yuanbo. He is the world’s second best under-17 thrower with a best of 67.46, recorded in April when he won the national youth title for China.

CHAND Duttee (AOI) – girls 100m
Statistics: PB 11.62; finalist IAAF world youth championships
At the IAAF world youth championships in July, Duttee Chand set an Indian national record of 11.62 as she progressed to the final. She also has impressive 200m and 400m pbs of 23.76 and 55.55.

ANDO Fukiko (JPN) – girls 3000m
Statistics: PB 9:13.24; U17 world ranking 5th
Fukiki Ando is expected to be one of the most comfortable winners at the games, as she possess a personal best nearly a minute ahead of her closest rival. Her best time of 9:13.24 was recorded this month at the national high school championships of Japan.

FUJIMORI Nana (JPN) – girls 100m hurdles
Statistics: PB 13.66; semi-finalist IAAF world youth championships
Nana Fujimori progressed to the semi-finalist at the recent IAAF world youth championships where she clocked 13.75, just outside her personal best of 13.66, recorded in 2012.

NGUYEN Thi Truc Mai (VIE) – girls triple jump
Statistics: PB 12.76m; U17 world ranking 4th
The national junior champion of Vietnam, Thi Truc Mai Nguyen is the world’s fourth best under-17 triple jumper. She is also a capable long jumper with a personal best of 5.97m.

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Results Bangkok Half Marathon 2013

>> August 14, 2013

Bangkok, 12 August 2013 "12th Bangkok Half Marathon 2013"

1. Josphat Kiptanui KEN 1:08:31
2. James Tallam KEN 1:08:57
3. David Chepkwony KEN 1:09:49
4. Dennis Isika KEN 1:12:14
5. Charles K'Thaiya KEN 1:13:17 (1st Veteran)
6. No Name 1:14:26
7. Enock Kipchirchir KEN 1:15:57
8. Sarawut Ngamsree THA 1:16:11

1. Jackline Nzivo KEN 1:18:24
2. Margaret Njuguna KEN 1:20:05 (1st veteran)
3. Carolyne Chepkwony KEN 1:22:25
4. Cecilia ??? 1:26:34
5. Sunisa Sailomyen THA 1:26:44
6. Suwaree Deenak THA 1:26:58
7. Apassaa Prasarthinpimay THA 1:30:11
8. Viola Jepchirhir Kimeli KEN 1:30:18
9. Thanathon Asswanongchavoen THA 1:33:57
10. Chotip Kun-Uam THA 1:35:28


Live Stream IAAF World Athletics Championships 2013

>> August 10, 2013

14th IAAF World Championships in Athletics at Luzhniki stadium (capacity- 78,360) in Moskva will be LIVE STREAMED on the net.


The following websites provides "live" for 2013 World Championships in Athletics:
note: *will only available during the events

Universal Sports (website)*

LiveTVstatic (Russian TV)*

Also Radio Commentary and Live Results by the IAAF*

Also great compilation of athletics videos at

You can visit Sprint Channel for Moscow World Championships by UsainBoltMW2

Or various events for Moscow World Championships on YouTube


During World Championships, provides FREE results service to fans all over the world:

Also live results (& schedule) by the IAAF:


Athletes Entered - 1794
Nations Taking Part - 206
Territories/Nations to Receive Broadcast - 200
Accredited Media - 3000
Prize Money Offered - USD 7,194,000
Medals to be Awarded - 141
Largest Team - USA (134 athletes)
Defending World Champions - 31
Defending Olympic Champions - 34


Athletics Legend Ishtiaq Mubarak Dies at 65

>> August 09, 2013

It is sad to learn that a Malaysian great and legend AHMAD ISHTIAQ MUBARAK (b. 16 Feb 1948) passed away today (9 August 2013). TheStar reported that his death was after a fall at his home in Hulu Kelang Selangor, around 9.55 A.M. He was 65 years old.

The 110m hurdler has competed in three Olympics, Cd Mexico 1968 (14.3s), Munchen 1972 (14.78s), Montreal 1976 (14.27, & 14.21 in SF), and won numerous medals in SEA and Asian level including in 1966 and 1974 Asian Games where he won 110mh Bronze and Silver medals respectively. At Asian Track and Field or ATF (now Asian Championship), he won two Silver medals from editions of 1973 (14.3s)  and 1975 (14.4s). He participated in two Commonwealth Games, Christchurch 1974, and Edmonton 1978. He also with Malaysian team to the first World Cup in athletics in Dusseldorf GER in 1977. In SEA Games (SEAP before 1975), he won four Gold medals from 1969 (14.6s), 1971 (14.4s), 1973 (14.6s), & 1977 (14.46s).

His 110mh best 14.08s which has stood as NR for 15 years (broken by Nur Herman Majid in 1991) was recorded in Furth GER in June 1976. He also recorded a hand-timed best 13.8s two weeks earlier in Schwetzingen.

OCM wrote, "Ishtiaq Mubarak survived a near-fatal car accident on 13 October 1970, which took him over nine months of guts and determination to recover and to make a successful come-back to Athletics".

In 2002, he was inducted into the Olympic Council of Malaysia Hall of Fame.

Southeast Asian ALL-TIME Rankings as of today:

13.73 (+1.6) Nur Herman Majid MAS 1994
13.77 (+0.7) Jamras Rittidet THA 2011
13.81 (+0.2) Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian MAS 2012
13.85 (-----) Mohd Robani Hassan MAS 2008
13.90 (+0.3) Suphan Wongsriphuck THA 2008
14.00 (-0.3) Mohd Faiz Mohammad MAS 2007
14.03 (+1.0) Narongdech Janjai THA 2003
14.08 (+0.2) Ahmad Ishtiaq Mobarak MAS 1976
14.11 ( -1.3) Edy Jakariya INA 2004
14.17 (+1.5) Eric Cray PHI 2013

better manual-timing
13.7 (-0.7) Edy Jakariya INA 2012
13.8 (-----) Ahmad Ishtiaq Mobarak MAS 1976
13.9 (+0.3) Mohd Ajmal Aiman Hassan MAS 2012 in peace, Al-Fatihah...

Ishtiaq Mubarak (left) during training with teammates

Ishtiaq clocked 14.46 in SEAP Games, to beat Burmese Itpone Myint

Ishtiaq (right) with Jegathesan (at his right) and teammates in 1976 Olympics

Article by Jad Adrian, ATFS statistician
All photos by Malaysian Thestar


Malaysian Athletics Results 2013, Issue No. 8

>> August 08, 2013

-by Jad Adrian, ATFS statistician for MAF/KOM           

Pune (India), 3-7 July 2013 “20th Asian Championships in Athletics 2013”
-results by Malaysian Athletes-

400m    ( 3): 7h1 Anchois Aron (110393) 48.96;
110mh ( 4): 4h3 Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian (110188) 14.28/+0.5;
H J        ( 7): 13. Lee Hup Wei (050587) 2.10, 14. Navin Raj s/o Subramaniam (140293) 2.05;
P V       ( 3): 9= Mohd Iskandar Alwi (260294) 4.70;

100m           ( 4): f: Komalam Shally d/o Selveratnam (230488) DQ (& 11.83/-0.5 as 3h3) … 4h1 Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli (200893) 12.12/-0.4;
200m           ( 6): 5h2 Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli (200893) 25.29/+0.4; …6h3 Komalam Shally d/o Selveratnam (230488) 24.82/+0.2;

Nilai,  3-6 July 2013  “40th MAKSAK Athletics Championships 2013”
-only final results reported,  no relay composition;  no wind information;
-see note of doping for men’s DT;
-best results as follows;
100m           (  3):  Mohd Azhar Md Ismail 10.76,  2. Mohd Izuddin Yahaya 10.80,  3. Mohd Helmi Ahmad 10.87,  4. Mohd Fahmi Sarkinin 10.88,  5. Khairul Asyraf Amran 11.12,  6. Abd Rashid Osman 11.19;

200m           (  5):  Mohd Izzuddin Yahaya 21.93,  2. Mohd Azhar Md Ismail 22.03,  3. Mohd Helmi Ahmad 22.14,  4. Harmizi Arobi 22.19,  5. Mohd Faliq Fathikamal Mohamad Fauzi 22.87;

400m           (  4):  Parthiban s/o Murugiah 49.30,  2. Ananth s/o Poobathy 50.51;

1500m         (  4):  Mohd Jironi Riduan 4:18.24;

5000m         (  5):  Venugopal s/o Rajendran 15:52.85,  2. Amiruddin Nasir16:49.08,  3. Mohd Shafiq Mohd Shamsul 16:52.59,  4. Casenja Maron (Kul) 17:13.32;

10000m        (  4):  Venugopal s/ Rajendran 32:51.73,  2. Shahruddin Hashim 34:10.72,  3. Mohd Afindi Nudin 35:19.91,  4. Muruga Karana s/ Karna (name spelling??) 36:06.16,  5. Casenja Maron 36:58.04,  6. Jasni Khairil Jamaluddin (Kul) 37:22.95;

3000St         (  3):  Jenarthanan s/o Paneerselvam 10:03.54,  2. Mohd Afiendi Nudin 10:21.42;

110mh  (  5):  Mohd Robani Hassan 14.44,  2. Mohamad Rohaizad Jamil 14.48;

400mh         (  4):  Mohamad Baihaqi Razlan 55.25,  2. Syed Mohd Rizal Syed Alwi 56.55,  3. Mohd Faliq Fathikamal Mohamad Fauzi (Kul) 56.80;

10000m W         (  3):  Umasuttan s/o Ganesan 49:03.09;

L J        (  5):  Mohd Muslim (AF) 7.05,  2. Camillus David 6.92,  3. Mohd Faizal Mustapha 6.89;

T J        (  5):  Muhammad Hakimi Ismail 15.15,  2. Mohd Fazlil Mustafa 13.95;

P V       (  4):  Mohd Faizal Mustapha 3.20,  2. Yasser Asuad Abu (Mal) 3.00;

S P               (  3):  Mohd Hafiz Hashim 13.91,  2. Mohd Ammar Ramadzan 13.56,  3. Ngu Kit Min 12.10,  4. Mohd Azwan Fahmi Zuhairi 11.63,  5. Henry Kinsin 11.54;

D T              (  4):  Ngu Kit Min 45.16,  2. Mohd Azwan Fahmi Zuhairi 41.51,  3. Mohd Hafiz Hashim 40.51,  4. Sharil Firdaus Basir 40.50,  5. Henry Kinsin 35.31; ...NOTE: Mohd Firdaus Jamen was 5th with 39.76 – NOT eligible to take part, has been banned by IAAF for two years since September 2012;

H T              (  4):  Mohd Nizam Mohd Zuki 44.87,  2. Rizhan Rajmi 41.53,  3. Yazid Md Mohd Yusof (Joh) 41.46,  4. Abdul Halim Yatim (Kul) 38.25,  5. Azli Zaina 35.41;

J T               (  3):  Mohd Akmal Md Zain 57.92,  2. Camillus David 55.02,  3. Mohd Rozaini Subki 54.62,  4. Lau See Long 50.19;

4x400m        (  6):  ATM Team (no details?) 3:20.56;

100m           (  3):  Nur Atikah Awang (Per) 12.75,  2. Norshila Idris 12.77,  3. Nur Fatimatul Zahrah Awang 12.81;

200m    (  5):  Norshila Idris 26.21,  2. Nur Atikah Awang (Per) 26.88;

400m    (  4):  Nurul Faezah Asma Mazlan 60.08;

800m    (  3):  Melinder Kaur Ragbir Singh 2:30.65;

1500m  (  4):  Noor Amelia Musa 4:46.58,  2. Iza Maryati Mohamad 5:09.96;

5000m  (  5):  Noor Amelia Musa 18:06.42,  2. Sangeetha d/o Subramaniam 21:11.60;

10000m        (  4):  Noor Amelia Musa 38:42.97,  2. Angela Kundang 49:03.48,  3. Komala Devi d/o Kolanthai (Pen) 52:23.16,  4. Norazilah Othman (AF) 52:42.87,  5. Ong Su Ping (Kul) 55:29.93;

3000St         (  3):  Melinder Kaur Ragbir Singh 11:43.63,  2. Angela Kundang 14:00.41,  3. Emilia (PDRM) 15:33.36;

100mh         (  5):  Zura Omar (Penjara) 16.21;

H J               (  3):  Rosa d/o Rajantharan (AF) 1.50;

L J               (  4):  Nur Fatimatul Zahrah Awang 5.70;

T J               (  3):  Zura Omar (Penjara) 10.89,  2. Norina Damnoen 10.75;

S P               (  3):  Rahilah Othman 10.39,  2. Asrenny Asik 10.36;

D T              (  5):  Rahilah Othman 30.90,  2. Asrenny Asik 29.28;

J T               (  5):  Nur Fatin Adihan Suharman 42.86,  2. Nazirah Che Mat 36.76,  3. Nurul Fauziah Mohamad (Joh) 33.20;

5000m W     (  5):  Norliana Mohd Rusni 29:07.88,  2. Komala Devi d/o Kolanthai (Pen) 30:59.55;

Kota Bahru, 5-6 July 2013  “Kelantan State Championships 2013”
-hand-timed, no wind-reading;
-two catrgories- junior and youth, selected results as follows;
BOYS / Junior
T J        (  6):  Nik Lukmanulhakim Nik Yahya 13.80;

GIRLS / Junior
T J        (  6):  Nurul Anis Aunie Husin 10.87;
D T       (  6):  Nur Amalina Ibrahim 31.84;

L J        (  6):  Nurul Ashikin Zainudin 5.11;

Kuala Lumpur, 6 July 2013  “1st Milo/FTAAA Walk Circuit 2013”
-selected results as follows;
10km race walk
1. Mohamad Shamrin Mohd Aris 49:55,  2. Mohd Afiz Firdaus Kamarazaman 50:12, 3. Mohd Khairi Ahmad 54:40;

10km race walk
1. Elena Goh Ling Yin (96) 57:10,  2. Pua Ling En (96) 1:01:25,  3. Lee Shew Keng 1:14:19;

Kuala Lumpur,  6-7 July 2013  “21st International Little Athletics Championships”
-age-group meetings (two categories: 14, & 15 years) among three countries, Malaysia (MOE), Singapore (SSSC) and Australia (WALAA = Western Australia);
-hand-timed, wind-speed not recorded;
-kindly consider specific implements (not reported, unless noted) used in the meet;
-event 200mh –  5 hurdles only (in contrast with normal 10 hurdles in other Malaysians meets);
-also kindly consider the following performances shouldn’t be valued  as new champs records:
* 100mh, Mohammad Haimin Robert, 12.9h (ET conversion- 13.14 only !!) - Jared Bezuidenhout  12.94 in 2006 was ET; 
* 4x100m, WALAA ‘A’ Team (AUS), 49.7h (ET conversion- 49.84 only !!),  - WALAA Team 49.70 in 2002 was ET;

15 years
100m           (  6):  Asnawi Hashim 10.8h,  2. Ibrahim Saldam 10.9h,  3. Muhammad Syazani Abdul Wahid SIN 11.0h,  4. Kang Yee Cher SIN 11.0h,  5. Emmanual Iloh AUS 11.0h;

200m           (  7):  Asnawi Hashim 22.7h;

400m           (  6):  Tyrone Riley AUS 50.7h,  2. Seaton Puzey AUS 51.6h, 3. Abdul Kamil Ismail 51.7h,  4. Muhammad Adi Danial Salman 51.7h;

800m           (  6):  Fraser Fullerton AUS 1:58.3h,  2. Asif Rahman Jiyaudeen 2:02.6h;

1500m         (  7):  Asif Rahman Jiyaudeen 4:17.0h,  2. Kai Metznar AUS 4:18.6h,  3. Josh Ellis AUS 4:22.2h;

100mh/76cm (  6):  Mohammad Haimin Robert 12.9h,  2. Jay Khoo Zhan Xian SIN 13.4h;

200mh/76cm (  7):  Jay Choo Zhan Xian SIN 24.7h,  2. Mohammad Haimin Robert 25.1h,  3. Muhammad Syazwan Ahmad 25.3h,  4. Quek Lee Yong 25.4h,  5. Ow Yeong Wei Bin SIN 25.9h;

H J               (  6):  Muhammad Syazwan Ahmad 1.95,  2. Wong Jingkai Bryan SIN 1.90,  3. Isiaah Caton AUS 1.85,  4. Abdul Rahman Misran 1.85;

L J               (  6):  Emmanual Iloh AUS 6.62;

T J               (  7): Ronifred Egoh Mathew 13.72;

S P               (  6):  Zulkifli Saidin 15.49,  2. Abel Leow Chen Yue SIN 13.36,  3. Mitchell Horner AUS 12.89;

J T               (  6):  Arnold Underwood AUS 57.36,  2. Mitchell Horner AUS 51.96,  3. Stanlee Mamat 50.83;

1500m W     (  6):  Premkumaar s/o Ramesh 6:29.7h,  2. Mohamad Azakie Ariffin 6:33.1h;

4x100m        (  6):  MSSM ‘A’ Team 43.5h;

4x400m        (  7):  WALAA ‘A’ Team (AUS) 3:27.1h;

14 years
100m    (  6):  Willy Gew Teng Yon 11.2h;
400m    (  6):  Khairil Anuar Khairul Nizam 51.8h,  2. Casey Phillips AUS 52.6h;
100mh/76cm (  6):  Muhamad Zarif Mazri 13.3h,  2. Joshua Chua Hanwei SIN 13.6h;
200mh/76cm (  7):  Muhamad Zarif Masri 25.4h;
L J        (  7):  Andre Anuar 6.60;
T J        (  6):  Andre Anuar 13.51,  2. Mohammad Fitri Anaqi Sobry 13.12;
S P        (  6):  Jordan Chia Tiong Ing SIN 16.08,  2. Eric Tiong Ing Kuen 14.59;
1500m W          (  6):  Declan Tingay AUS 6:53.9h;
4x400m (  7):  WALAA ‘A’ Team (AUS) 3:34.3h;

15 Years
100m           (  6):  Alanah Yukich AUS 12.4h,  2. Kugapriyad d/o Chandran SIN 12.5h,  3. Norris Foo 12.6h,  4. Siti Nur Afiqah Abdul Razak 12.6h,  5. Brittany Doney AUS 12.6h,  6. Nur Izlyn Zaini SIN 12.9h;

200m           (  7):  Kugapriyad d/o Chandran SIN 25.5h,  2. Alanah Yukich AUS 25.7h,  3. Norris Foo 25.8h,  4. Brittany Doney AUS 26.8h;

1500m         (  6):  Nah Yi Xin SIN 5:29.0h;

400m           (  6):  Siti Nur Afiqah Abdul Razak 57.4h,  2. Brittany Doney AUS 59.7h;

800m           (  7):  Siti Nur Afiqah Abdul Razak 2:28.4h,  2. Nabilah Syazwina Mohamad 2:31.6h;

100mh/76cm (  6):  Alanah Yukich AUS 14.3h,  2. Norris Foo 15.4h,  3. Juriani Mat Rodzi 15.4h;

200mh/76cm (  7):  Alanah Yukich AUS 27.1h;

H J               (  7):  Nur Syahira Mohd Osman 1.58,  2. Taylah Barwise AUS 1.55,  3. Shahirah Sazali 1.55,  4. Kon Pei Ying SIN 1.50;

L J               (  7):  Malisha Nurkamaliah Mustafa Kamal 5.19,  2. Alanah Yukich AUS 5.18,  3. Kaitlyn Beaton AUS 4.95;

T J               (  6):  Kaitlyn Beaton AUS 10.94;

S P               (  6):  Monica Ward AUS 12.42,  2. Megan Beaney AUS 12.09;

D T              (  6):  Queenie Ting Kun Ni 39.74,  2. Megan Beaney AUS 32.33,  3. Monica Ward AUS 30.97,  4. Siti Nor Aini Patriee 30.91;

J T               (  6):  Imogen Kelsch AUS 33.87,  2. Jade Webb AUS 32.67,  3. Siti Aisyah Nora Rahis 32.45,  4. Lynn Teoh Hui Wen SIN 31.23,  5. Megan Beaney AUS 30.98;

1500m W     (  7):  Holly Gughes AUS 7:24.3h,  2. Siti Sofea Mohd Sukri 7:33.7h;

4x100m        (  6):  MSSM ‘A’ Team 50.0h;

4x400m        (  7):  WALAA (AUS) 4:08.1h,  2. MSSM ‘A’ Team 4:09.0h,  3. SSSC Team (SIN) 4:11.7h;

14 Years
100m           (  6):  Elice Grenggori 12.3h,  2. Diana Coniglio AUS 12.7h,  3. Reyhana Malekloo AUS 12.8h,  4. Ismi Zakiah Kashful Anwar SIN 12.8h,  5. Sophie Williams AUS 12.8h,  6. Iman Fandi SIN 12.9h;

200m           (  7):  Elice Grenggori 25.9h,  2. Diana Coniglio AUS 26.5h,  3. Sophie Williams AUS 26.9h;

400m           (  6):  Zaimah Atifah Zainuddin 58.2h,  2. Shereen Samson Vallabouy 60.3h,  3. Chloe Leggett AUS 60.4h;

800m           (  7):  Zaimah Atifah Zainuddin 2:26.4h,  2. Manissha d/o Arokiasamy 2:30.3h,  3. Joanna Maynard AUS 2:30.9h,  4. Arissa Rashid SIN 2:31.2;

1500m         (  6):  Joanna Maynard AUS 5:07.8h,  2. Manissha d/o Arokiasamy 5:13.2h;

80mh/76cm  (  6):  Intan Sarah Anisah Zulgafli 12.5h,  2. Michaela Philipps AUS 12.6h,  3. Norhazwani Abdul Haris 12.6h,  4. Reyhana Malekloo AUS 12.6h;

200mh/76cm (  7):  Norhazwani Abdul Haris 28.7h;

H J               (  7):  Jacqueline Pivac AUS 1.64,  2. Tuan Juliana Tuan Hassan 1.55,  3. Low Seow Ting SIN 1.50;

L J               (  6):  Rianna Pocsidio AUS 5.15,  2. Fatini Husna Mohd Yusop 5.08,  3. Ashlee Glands AUS 5.07,  4. Vanessa Low Si ying SIN 4.89;

T J               (  7):  Ashlee Glands AUS 11.47,  2. Fatini Husna Mohd Yusop 11.20;

S P               (  6):  Grace Wong Xiu Mei 13.95,  2. Pavithraa Devi d/o Jayaindraan 12.42,  3. Briarna Stewart AUS 11.50;

D T              (  6):  Grace Wong Xiu Mei 36.24,  2. Jessica Siviour AUS 33.74,  3. Gypsy de Ruyter AUS 30.42,  4. Pavithraa Devi d/o Jayaindraan 30.30;

J T               (  6):  Morgan Doecke AUS 35.21,  2. Pavithraa Devi d/o Jayaindraan 34.81,  3. Briarna Strewart AUS 30.59,  4. Gypsy de Ruyter AUS 30.09;

4x100m        (  6):  WALAA ‘A’ Team (AUS) 49.7h, 

Kazan (Russia), 7-12 July 2013 “27th Universiade / World University Games”
-results by Malaysian athletes;

100m    ( 7): 5h3 Kannan s/o Subramaniam 10.98/-0.4;
400m           ( 8): 7s2 Kannathasan s/o Subramaniam 48.34 (& 49.12 as 5h4 on 7th-7); 4h6 Mohamad Arif Zulhilmi Alet 48.89 on 7th-7 (qualified SF- DNS injured);
H J        ( 7): Q Nauraj Singh s/o Randhawa 2.15;
S P        ( 7): Q Adi Alifuddin Hussin 16.88;

100m    ( 8): 7s2 Zaidatul Husna Zulkifli 12.42/-0.4 (& 12.32/-0.3 as 3h2 on 7th-7);
100mh (10): 7h2 Raja Nursheena Azhar 13.98/+0.5;
T J        (11): 7. Noor Amira Mohamad Nafiah 13.43/+0.9 (& 13.41/+0.3 as Q on 9th-7);

Penang, 7 July 2013 “Penang Run Series 2”
-best results as follows;

MEN / Half Marathon
1. David Kipkirui Mutai KEN 1:12:57, 2. Sammy Kiprono Chemitei KEN 1:19:31, 2. Muniandy s/o Ramadass 1:20:28 (1st national), 4. Calvin Boon Chang Yik 1:21:17, 5. Ow Yong Jin Kuang 1:22:33;

WOMEN / Half Marathon
1. Ng Sun Nee 1:42:11 (1st veteran), 2. Chew Lay Ling 1:48:21, 3. Ewe Bee Hong 1:50:09 (2nd veteran), 4. Magie Goh Kim Hong 1:52:09 (3rd veteran), 5. Jessica Tang Mei Lee 1:52:28;

Seremban, 7 July 2013 “26th Seremban Half Marathon 2013”
-all Malaysians except as noted;
-as in previous years, short distance for 10 km (9.0 km) and HMar (20.4 km);

10 km race (9.0 km)
1. Elanggovan s/o Govindasamy 32:32, 2. Dilip s/o Subramaniam 33:05, 3. Abdul Aziz Mahamoud 34:00;

Half Marathon (20.4 km)
1. Muhaizar Mohamad 1:15:5, 2. Arul Thevar s/o Muniandy 1:17:13, 3. Vijayan s/o Devandran 1:17:31, 4. Tan Huong Leong 1:18:24, 5. Prabakharan s/o Madhavan 1:20:01;

10 km race (9.0 km)
1. Lian Bee Hoon 43:33 (1st seior veteran), 2. Yee My Me 44.20 (1st veteran), 3. Shannon Maree Crowe (???) 45:45, 4. Amutha d/o Arumugam 47:21, 5. Viviana d/o Marin 48:49;

Half Marathon (20.4 km)
1. Yee Pei Ni 1:40:47, 2. Annie Lee Khum Chiew 1:42:23, 3. Choo Suit Mei 1:43:40, 4. Looi Mei Yan 1:45:25, 5. Susanah Ng Sing Mei 1:46:57, 6. Lee Siak Yeng 1:46:58, 7. Foo Kam Miew 1:47:18, 8. Loh Voon Ying 1:51:30;

Donetsk (Ukraine), 10-14 July 2013 “8th IAAF World Youth Championships”
-results by Malaysian athletes;

400m    (10): 5h8 Muhammad Azam Masri (210296) 49.33;
400mh/0.84 (10): 6h2 Mohamad Ammar Zakuan Zanuar (100396) 55.62;

400m    (10): 7h4 Fathin Faqihah Mohd Yusuf (100696) 59.52;
L J        (13): Q Noor Shahidatun Nadia Mohd Zuki (050696) 5.95/+0.5;
T J               (12): Noor Shahidatun Nadia Mohd Zuki (050696) NM (& 12.59/+0.3 as Q on 10th-7); Q Kirthana d/o Ramasamy (200197) 12.37/+0.4;
5000W (13): 20. Elena Goh Ling Yin (290496) 25:10.36;

Ho Chi Minh (VIE),  20-21 July 2013  “20th HCMC Int’l Track &  Field / Vietnam Open”
-these Ho Chi Minh Internationals held held as part of Vietnam open 2013-07-22
-medal tally for Malaysia, 5G, 5S, 6B;
-all results by Malaysian athletes as follows;

400m           (20) ...2. Kwong Kar Jun (95) 48.37 (& 49.25 as 2h3), ...3. Anchois Aron 48.39  (& 50.37 as 3h2),  ...Schzuan Ahmad Rosely DNF (& 49.18 as 1h1);  ...2h4 Yuvaaraj s/o Paneerselvam 50.68;

110mh         (20)/nwi:  Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian 14.00  (& 14.19/-0.7 as 1h1),  2. Mohd Robani Hassan 14.42  (& 14.47/-0.7 as 2h1);

400mh  (21):  ...3. Muhammad Firdaus Mazalan –I- 53.65  (&  55.62 as 2h1);

H J               (20):  Nauraj Singh Randhawa 2.10,  2= Mohd Azly Ghazali (95) 2.01 (tied with 4 athletes!!);

T J               (21):  ...4. Muhammad Hakimi Ismail 15.07;

D T       (21):  Muhammad Irfan Shamsuddin (95) 47.25;

10,000m W   (21):  ...2. Lo Choon Sieng 45:59.31,  3. Muhammad Khairil Harith Harun 46:42.74,  4.  Satiyaseelan s/o Mahalingam 49:00.47;

4x400m        (20):  National Team (Kannathasan Subramaniam, Anchois Aron, Paneerselvam Yuvaaraj, Kwong Kar Jun)  3:15.89;

100m    (20):  Komalam Shally d/o Selveratnam 12.08/-0.7  (&  12.29/-0.3  as 1h1);

200m    (21):  ...3. Komalam Shally d/o Selveratnam 25.15/-0.4  (& 25.53/-0.3  as 1h2);

P V       (20):  …3. Chuah Yu Tian 3.20 …7. Valerie Tan Ee Lin 2.80;

T J        (21):  ...3. Noor Amira Mohamad Nafiah 13.24;

5000m W          (21):  ...2. Elena Goh Ling Yin (96) 25:25.84, ...7. Pua Ling En (95) 26:40.37;

Lyon (FRA),  19-28 July 2013  “IPC Athletics World Championships”
-best results by Malaysian athlete, achieved with standard implements ;
S P /F20 (intellectual impairment) (22): GOLD Muhammad Ziyad Zolkefli 15.32* (15.10, 15.47, foul, 15.32, foul, foul);
-he beats Sweden’s Jeffrey Ige (15.28) & the World record holder from Australia Todd Hodgetts (15.17);
-*15.32 - Asian Record for this category according to official report;
-WR for this category 16.29 Todd Hodgetts;

Mr Heinrich Hubbeling (AAA), Malaysia Athletic Federation, FTAAA Office;



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