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2019 SEA Women’s 100 Meter Rankings

2019 South East Asia Women’s 100 Meter Rankings Review

For the 2019 SEA Women’s 100 Meter Rankings. It is the beginning of a series of posts where we will go 20 athletes Deep and explore events in more depth. This is based on our 2019 SEA Ranking Lists.

Zion Corrales-Nelson topped the Ranking List, putting her #2 all-time in the Phi Rankings. Zion, however, could not emulate this feat at SEA Games finishing 8th in the Final.

SEA Women's 100 Meter
Zion CN

Kristina Marie Knott clocked 11.42 the #3 All-Time time ever by a Filipina athlete. At SEA Games she narrowly missed out on the Gold by .01 against defending champion Le Tu Chinh of Vietnam.  While Chinh ran a season-best her personal best of 11.40 was set in 2018 and unlike Knott and Zion did not set a personal best in 2019. Although she peaked right to defend her SEA Games after getting off to a very good start from the blocks.

SEA Women's 100 Meter
Chetta, Knott, Chinh and Zion Nelson in SEA Games 2019 100m Women’s Final. Narrowly won by Le Tu Chinh from Knott.

Bronze Again and Again for Shanti

Shanti Veronica Pereira who was SEA Games Bronze medalist in 2015 and 2017, added her third bronze medal again in 2019 in the 100m Event. Despite this Shanti clocked a personal best of 11.58 at the Asian Championships earlier in the year performing better than both Chinh and Knott at the same meet. Shanti clocked 11.66 to take bronze at SEA Games just .08 from her PB.

SEA Women's 100 Meter
Shanti Veronica Pereira

Supawan Thipat who made the Asian Final finishing 8th in the 100-meter dash in 11.64, clocked a PB of 11.62 at the Asian Grand Prix. But wound up 4th in the SEA Games in a slower 11.74.

SEA Women's 100 Meter
Supawan Thipat

Another athlete who emerged was Alvin Tehupeiory of Indonesia better known as a 400m/400m Hurdler who came out and won the Indonesian nationals in the 100 and 200. However, she could not duplicate these performances at SEA Games.

SEA Women's 100 Meter
Alvin Tehupeiory

2017 SEA Games Silver Medalist in 100m Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifili who trained in Florida but got injured had a very good showing at the start of the year clocking 11.65 into a -2.6 headwind. Which is probably with wind adjustment better than her 11.59 +1.6 in 2018. She, however, was not able to duplicate this at SEA Games finishing 6th in 11.84. Chattha of Thailand who has an 11.50 PB clocked 11.75 this year.

2019 SEA RANKINGS BY COUNTRY

SEA Women's 100 Meter

2019 SEA RANKING LIST

1Zion Corrales-Nelson10-Nov-98PHI11.411.0West NCAA PrelimsSacramento24-May-19
2Kristina Marie Knott25-Sep-95PHI11.421.9AGPChonqing, China9-Jun-19
3Le Tu Chinh4-Jul-97VIE11.54-0.5SEA GamesNew Clark8-Dec-19
4Shanti Veronica Pereira20-Jun-96SGP11.580.4ASCDoha, QAT21-Apr-19
5Supawan Thipat10-Feb-94THA11.621.9AGPChonqing, China9-Jun-19
6Alvin TehupeioryINA11.64-0.9National GamesBogor, INA2-Aug-19
7Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifili20-Aug-93MAS11.65-2.6Perak AllcomersIpoh23-Feb-19
8Onuma Chattha27-Mar-97THA11.750.0SEA GamesNew Clark8-Dec-19
9Tassaporn Wannakit23-Nov-89THA11.80-0.6Thai OpenBangkok18-May-19
10Kwanrutai Pakdee6-Jan-93THA11.80-0.6Thai OpenBangkok18-May-19
11Kyla Richardson17-Apr-98PHI11.801.5Jim Bush InvitationalLos Angeles29-Jun-19
12Hoang Du Y2004VIE11.80NWIVietnam Youth Games19-May-19
13Suphanich Poolkerd28-Nov-97THA11.82-0.6Bangkok18-May-19
14Thi My Tien Huynh24-Mar-99VIE11.87NWIHo Chi Minh16-Sep-19
15Shereen Samson Vallabouy7-Oct-97MAS11.890.5La Crosse6-Apr-19
16Sidi Fatima Mohamad25-Mar-86MAS11.910.0Kuala Lumpur30-Mar-19
17Thi Thu Ha29-Jul-97VIE11.91NWIHo Chi Minh16-Sep-19
18Azreen Nabilah Alias29-Jun-00MAS11.920.4Kuala Lumpur16-Nov-19
19Thi Mong Tuyen Le14-Mar-90VIE11.93NWIHo Chi Minh16-Sep-19
20Shelly Komalam23-Apr-88MAS11.940.0Kuala Lumpur30-Mar-19

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By Andrew Pirie

Andrew was elected Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians in 2020 after being a member for 7 years. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant, and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. Current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is working towards his Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles. He can be contacted on [email protected] You can find more information on Coaching here https://www.pinoyathletics.info/coaching-2/

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