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Kayla Richardson 11.57 PB

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2015 SEA Games 100m Champion Kayla Richardson set a new PB of 11.57 at the West NCAA Div 1 Finals in Bryan-College Station, Texas. This broke her PB on May 16 of 11.65 when she won at the Big West meet and her 11.65 from 2014 at the CIF Finals which is still the Philippine Junior National Record.

Kayla, 23 representing UC Irvine finished 6th in heat 3. It was won by Twanisha Terry (USC) in 10.99 (+0.8), from Ezinne Abba (11.30), Jasmin Reed (11.39), Madison Meredith (11.42), Taylor Tolen (11.48). Jamaican Kemba Nelson (Oregon) who topped heat 5 in 10.91 had the fastest time her race had a slight wind-aided (+2.1 m/s).

Unfortunately, the performance did not Kayla into the top 24 to advance to the semi-finals with Kayla finishing 38 out of the 48 entries. She is not entered/qualified in the 200m start list. 

The Performance moves Kayla up to 2nd in the SEA Ranking Lists, behind Kristina Knott 11.28 for 2021. Prior to this, she was tied with twin sister Kyla Richardson who has run 11.65 PB this year so far. The qualification for the SEA Games 100m in 2021 in Hanoi is 11.66 (bronze). Knott (11.27), Kayla (11.57), and Kyla (11.65) have all ran under 11.66. But the 2 best entries after today are Knott and Kayla.

The performance also moves Kayla from 6th to 4th place on the All-Time List of Filipino Women for 100m behind Knott (11.27), Lydia De Vega (11.28), and Zion Corrales-Nelson (11.42)

Also at the West NCAA Div 1 Finals Filipino Javelin Thrower Cerah Moren threw 45.78m but failed to advance to the next round. In the Div 2 Finals, Kyla Richardson clocked 11.85 finishing 4th in her heat and 11th overall missing out on the final by 2 places.

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Kayla Richardson ties her PB with a Big Win at the Big West Championships

16th of May 2021

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statistician 

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2015 SEA Games Champion Kayla Anise Richardson tied her 100M PB. With a big win at the Big West Championships at UC Irvine, Los Angeles timing 11.65 (+1.8).

This mark ties her run set 7 years ago of 11.65 at the CIF Finals which also happens to still be the Philippines Junior Record in the 100 Meter Women’s.

The mark is a big improvement on Kayla’s season-best run of 11.80 (-0.2) set at the Jim Bush Legends on March 24.

She now also has the exact same PB as her sister Kyla Richardson at 11.65. Kyla and Kayla are ranked 6th and 7th on the Philippines All-Time lists in Womens 100m.

Kayla time places her 3rd on the SEA Ranking List behind Kristina Knott (11.28) and Kayla (11.65). Defending SEA Games Champion Le Tu Chinh is 4th in 11.79.

Kayla Richardson representing hosts UC Irvine had clocked a windy 11.84 +3.1 finishing second in her heat and second qualifying into the finals behind Hailey Murdica of California Fullerton on Friday. 

Kayla made it a double winning the 200m in 24.11, after clocking 24.07 to top the heats.  She has run 23.94 so far this year. Her PB is 23.67 in the heats of the 2015 SEA Games in Singapore 200 meters. Where she took the silver medal behind Veronica Shanti Pereira of Singapore in the finals.

The Big West Championships also featured Philippine Hammer Throw record holder Shiloh Corrales-Nelson.

 

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23.94 for Kayla Richardson

23rd April 2021

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statistician 

Kayla Richardson clocked a season’s best of 23.94 (+1.6 m/s) in the 200 Meter at the OC Dual Meet vs. Cal State Fullerton on 23rd April. The mark improved on the 24.19 (-1.2 m/s) she ran on March 24  at the Jim Bush Legends invite in Los Angeles. Kayla’s best time is 23.67 from the heat of the 2015 SEA Games. The performance sees a return to form for Kayla, who has not broken 24 seconds in the 200 meters since 2018.

The 23-year-old Kayla Richardson represents UC Irvine.

Richardson also clocked a wind-aided 11.80 (+2.7 m/s). Meaning she won both the 100 and 200 meters at the meet.

Kayla has run 11.80 (-0.2) this year. She is ranked 4th in the 100 and 2nd in the 200 on the 2021 SEA Ranking Lists.

Sources: https://ucirvinesports.com/news/2021/4/22/womens-track-field-eaters-top-titans-to-win-oc-dual.aspx?fbclid=IwAR0PYfZIxtjbpVStbqOJT588yRKLt4fc6aOYmMr78ZyWAffi3g_gkrwI4Vk


Kayla Richardson – Return to Form

March 27, 2021

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statistician 

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2015 SEA Games 100 Meter Champion & Philippines National Junior record holder Kayla Richardson. They made an impressive return to form. Winning the Jim Bush Legends Invitational on March 24. Richardson clocked 11.80 seconds (-0.2) to win narrowly from Maddy Doane (UCLA) 11.83. No longer with USC. Richardson now represents UC Irvine.

 

It was a return for form for Kayla. As a starry-eyed 17-year-old was the surprise winner of the blue ribband century dash at the 2015 SEA Games in Singapore.

 

Richardson’s personal best of 11.65 was set in 2015 when she broke the Philippine Junior record at the CIF meet leading up to the SEA Games, which still stands. The last time Kayla broke 12 seconds was in 2016, when she ran 11.79.

Richardson was a very close second in the 200m behind Catherine Leger of UCLA. Leger winning in 24.16 to Richardson 24.19. 

Richardson holds a Personal best of 23.67 set in the heats of the 2015 SEA Games. She also currently holds the Philippine Junior and Senior Record in 400m at 53.81.

Both times of 11.80 and 24.19 by Kayla Richardson are season-leading times for 2021 South East Asian Ranking Lists.

The legendary coach Jim Bush in which the meet was named after the legendary coach died in 2017 and had coached 30 Olympians.


Kayla Richardson  and Sister Return to Form

March 19, 2018

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statistician 

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2015 SEA Games Womens 100m Champion Kayla Richardson

Kayla Richardson

Apart from the 4×100 National Record and Bronze. It was a rather disappointing 2017 SEA Games for Kayla  Richardson.

Kayla Richardson went in as the defending champion from the 2015 SEA Games in the 100m and Silver in the 200m.

But she skipped her 100m title defense and wound up a disappointing 5th in Kuala Lumpur last SEA Games.

Now 20 years old and adjusting to college life at USC.  Richardson has bounced back with a 24.01 (1.1), taking out the B-Race at the Trojan Invite in Los Angeles.  Her first 200m of 2018, the run takes the SEA lead in the 200m.

Meanwhile, her twin sister Kyla Ashley Richardson clocked a wind-aided 24.43 (3.1) second place in the C-Race. Her first run in over a year at any individual event.

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Kayla Richardson fast wind-aided

March 25, 2018

Kayla  Richardson the 2015 SEA Games 100m Champion. Clocked a fast but wind-aided 23.77 (2.5) to win Heat 3 of the TrailBlazer meet at Los Angeles.

Kayla Richardson running for USC time improved on her 24.01 SEA lead.

Kayla Richardson’s best wind-aided time is 23.45, and 23.67 is her legit personal best.

Meanwhile, SEA Games 3x 400 Hurdles Champion Eric Cray helped himself to a PB at the UTEP Spring Time meet in El Paso over 400m. Cray timed 47.67 breaking his mark of 48.28 from 2 years ago.

He rarely runs the distance. Cray improved on the 50.28 indoors he ran earlier in the year. He is now ranked 2nd behind Anthony Beram over 400m for 2018 in South East Asia.

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Kayla Richardson March 2018 Roundup

2015 SEA Games 100m Champion Kayla Richardson ran 55.38 at her outdoor opener in Los Angeles for 400m. While at a similar meet in Los Angeles, Former Philippine 400m Record Holder Zion Corrales-Nelson improved her 200m Seasons best to 24.54.

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Kayla Richardson sets 400m National Indoor Record.

Jan 22, 2018

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statistician 

Kayla Richardson
Kayla Richardson

Kayla Richardson

Kayla Richardson has established a new Philippine National Indoor Record in the 400m Dash. Kayla Richardson clocked 54.94 to place, finishing 5th in Heat 1. Richardson turns 20 in a few months is competing for the University of Southern California. 

And set the record at the Martin Luther King to Invite in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on January 20.

Kayla Richardson was the 2015 SEA Games 100m Champion at 17 and took silver 200m. In the 2017 SEA Games, she moved up to 200m but could only manage a 5th place finish.  

Kayla Richardson currently holds the Philippine Junior Record in the 100m (11.65) and 400m (53.81) and Philippine Record in the 400m outdoor (53.81) also. Kayla Richardson won a bronze medal in 2017 as part of the Philippine Record in the 4×100 (44.81).

At a guess, 54.94 is about the one-second difference in the outdoor, so it gives Kayla Richardson an early season 53.9, which is near her PB, not bad for a first race of the season. Kayla Richardson is currently being guided by the 1992 Olympic Champion Quincy Watts.

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2017 SEA Games Events: 100, 200, 400, 4×100, 4×400. Kayla Richardson.

One of the greatest finds via Pinoyathletics.

In 2012, Jeff Richardson first contacted Pinoyathletics about his two twin daughters’ prospects representing the Philippine Team.

The PSC assisted in securing these two athletes for PATAFA. They obtained passports.

The first meet for Kayla Richardson was the Asian Youth Games in 2013 in Nanjing, China, which was a disappointing yet eye-opening experience for Kayla Richardson, who had her first International meet where she made both finals but finished 6th and 5th in the 100 and 200.

Kayla Richardson, who was only 15 at the time, opted out of the 2013 SEA Games despite being selected in the 4×100.

Kayla Richardson qualified for the Philippines at the 2014 World Junior Championships at Eugene, Oregon but failed to pass the heats 100 and 200.

Leading up to the 2015 SEA Games, Kayla Richardson had the third-fastest time, and her mark of 11.65 broke the National Junior Record of Princess Joy Griffey.

The Highlight of Kayla Richardson’s career was winning the 100m as a 17-year-old at the 2015 SEA Games in a blanket finish with 11.76, overpowering veteran Thai Sprinter Tassaporn Wanakit, who had an identical time.

Kayla Richardson also finished a very credible silver in the 200m behind local.

Shanti Veronica Pereira after Kayla Richardson ran a PB of 23.67 in the heats.

She made the Semi-Finals and finished 6th in the 200m at the 2015 World Youth Champs in Cali, Colombia.

She represented the Philippines again at the 2016 World Juniors but did not pass the heats in the 100 or the 200.

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Kayla Richardson skips century dash title defense (Aug 19, 2017)

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KUALA LUMPUR – Reigning Southeast Asian Games sprint queen Kayla Richardson relinquishes her crown in the women’s 100-meter run to focus on the 200-meter and relay events. When the athletics competition of the 29th SEA Games gets going Tuesday at the KL Sports City here.

The 17-year old Kayla Richardson said she’s more comfortable competing in the 200-meter run, as well as in the 4×100 and 4×400-meter relays. Despite becoming the youngest century dash champion in the history of the biennial meet in 2015 in Singapore.

 

“I don’t really want to say that I am giving it up. But this is not the event I have been training for,” said the University of Southern California (USC) freshman. “I will also be running in the 4×100 and 4×400-meter relays.”

 

Kayla Richardson’s father, Jeffrey, said pulling his daughter out of the century dash is a logical move.

 

“The only reason Kayla Richardson is skipping the 100 is that she hasn’t run the race in over a year and her coach at USC wants to focus on the 200-meter race,” he said. “She is very capable of winning the gold in the 200.” Consequently Kayla finished 5th at the 2017 SEA Games in the 200 Meter Dash.

 

With the younger Kayla Richardson skipping the century sprint. She won’t see action until Wednesday where she is expected to go up against defending Singaporean champion Shanti Pereira, who ruled the race with a time of 23.60 seconds.

 

Kayla Richardson took the silver then in 23.71. Although the father said that her daughter has done 23.45  “but that was with a slight tailwind. Her actual personal best is 23.65.” (actually its 23.67)

 

4x100m Relay

Together with twin sibling Kyla Richardson. The elder Richardson (Jeff) added that the Richardson’s would also be vying in the 4×100-meter women’s relays on Aug. 25 and the 4×400-meter relays the succeeding day.

Kayla Richardson
Kayla Richardson

 

The elder Richardson (Jeff) disclosed that the coaching staff decided “to frontload” the team, with Kat Santos as the starting runner. This is followed by Kayla Richardson and Kyla, respectively, and either Eloisa Luzon or Filipino-American Zion Rose Nelson as the anchor.

“Kat Santos ran a strong first leg in Singapore two years ago while it will be Kayla  Richardson then Kyla Richardson. I am not sure about the anchor runner,” he said. “We want to give our team a strong headstart.”

Kayla Richardson said she was confident about the 4×100-meter relay squad’s chances. Adding that they had been practicing hand-offs of the baton for five straight days at the Philsports oval in Pasig City before they got here.

“I am not so sure about our chances in the 4×400 relays, but we will give it our best shot,” she said. 

Richardson Dips Under 54 seconds at Mt. Sac.

Apr 15, 2017

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Kayla Richardson

 

Kayla Richardson again took down the Philippine Record after having broken it just a week ago. Richardson finished second in heat 2 at the very famous Mt. Sac Relays at Mt. San Antonio.

Running for USC Richardson time of 53.81, she broke her own Philippine Record and Junior Record. 54.06 set at Lousianna Battle of the Bayou on April 8. Richardson. While Brianny Guillory of Iowa had the fastest time in the meet and won Kayla Richardson heat in 52.89. Kayla Richardson is coached by Carol Gilbert and Quincy Watts at USC.

For SEA Games, Kayla has hit the standard in the 100m being the defending champion, 200m being the silver medalist, and 400m exceeding the 2015 SEA Games (54.26). However, she is looking at running in the Philippines in June. Vietnam’s Thi Huyen won the 400m in 52.00 with Quach Thi Lan second in 52.52.

Official Results Here

SEA Game 2015 Results

Kayla Richardson Breaks Philippine Record in 400m (Apr 9, 2017)

Kayla Richardson breaks
Richardson Breaks. SEA Games 100m Champion Kayla Richardson of the Philippines running for USC.

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Kayla Richardson Breaks Philippine Record in 400m

SEA Games 100m Champion Kayla Richardson. Set a new record in the 400m Dash at the 2017 Battle of Bayou meet in Louisiana.

The time of 54.06 eclipsed the national record of Zion Corrales-Nelson 54.18 set in Langley, British Columbia, Canada, at the British Columbia Championships on 30th May 2014. The two Fil-Heritage sprinters are likely to figure in the SEA Games 2017 in three months.

Kayla Richardson was third in the B-Race. Kayla Richardson is currently training with Coach Carol Gilbert and Quincy Watts, 1992 Olympic 400m Champion, at the University of Southern California (USC).

“She is in very good shape. And I believe she can run sub 54 seconds by next week. said Jeffrey Richardson the girls father via facebook.”

The plan is to keep her running 400m early, she wont run a 100m until June in the Philippines. I think its good cause it will build up her stamina and endurance and keep her eager and fresh to improve her 100m time. Richardson added.

Outsmarting Older Rivals

Kayla, who did not participate in the recently concluded 2017 Ayala National Track and Field Championships in Isabella, could not join due to school commitments. They are hoping the PATAFA will still include her and allow her the chance to defend her titles. A source said that all medalists from the last SEA Games 2015 are automatic unless there are stronger athletes in those events who beat the bronze medal standard.

At 17, Kayla outsmarted her older rivals with a smart finishing dive to win by a hairline from 26-year-old Tassaporn Wanakit of Thailand to crown herself SEA Games champion, which the Philippines had not won since Elma Muros 20 years back in 1995. Where both athletes clocked 11.76, but Kayla was awarded the win by milliseconds on the photo finish. Kayla, whose father had advised her to wear two brassieres on that day if it was a close finish, had taken the wise move as this decision proved priceless.

Kayla also took silver in the 200m last SEA Games, behind Shanti Veronica Pereira. In the heats, Kayla clocked a PB of 23.67. But Shanti ran much better off the curve, and Kayla, even though closing in, just couldn’t make up the lead on the hometown favorite Shanti.

Kayla also ran a 23.76, which puts her slightly ahead in the SEA Rankings for 2017 in the 200 of Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli of 23.80 (1.4 m/s) of Malaysia. She also leads the 400m Rankings for SEA. Kayla was 4th in the B-Race in this event.

200m Results

400m Results

Kayla Richardson 54.46

Mar 26, 2017

Kayla Richardson 54.46
Kayla

 

At the Trojan Invite following Tyler Ruiz splendid 7.78m meet record. Also, Kayla Richardson improved on her PB from 54.62 to 54.46.

While closing in on the National Record of Zion Corrales-Nelson (54.18, 2014). Richardson also debuted with a 24.08 (1.1) opening time to place 6th behind several USC teammates. Also, the time is the fastest by a Filipina Sprinter for 2017. Richardson’s best time is 23.67 at the 2015 SEA Games.

Kayla’s fastest time was 54.62 in the 400m. The Bronze standard for the SEA Game from 2015 is 54.32 by Shereen Vallaboy of Malaysia. This even is dominated at SEA Games by the Vietnamese, who Loren Seagrave trains. Her twin sister Kyla who ran at the 2015 SEA Games in the 4×100, is yet to run.

Results Here

Kayla Anise Richardson 54.62 for 400m

Mar 20, 2017

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Kayla Anise Richardson clocked a new personal best of 54.62 at the Trojan invite on March 18 in Los Angeles. Studying at the University of Southern California (USC), Richardson was third and won the second heat. Her teammate Imuel won the first heat by 2 seconds in a new Norwegian record for 400m in 51.81. The time was a big improvement on Kayla 56.53 ran two years ago.

Richardson is the SEA Games Champion in 100m (17 years old at the time in 2015) and 200m silver medallist. Her coach and program head, Carol Gilbert, believe that the extra speed endurance work will set her up nicely for a fast 100 and 200 towards the South East Asian Games in August in Kuala Lumpur. Gilbert also expects Kayla to run a high 52 seconds towards the end of the season.

54.62 is the 2nd fastest performance by Filipina. With Fil-Canadian Zion Corrales-Nelson holding the national and national junior record at 54.18. Nelson is studying at California State University.

She also ran a solid third leg on the 4×400 team simultaneously, splitting 53.8.

Results Here

 

2016 January Week 4: Weekly Roundup Philippine Athletics: Richardson’s 60m PBs

At Roosevelt All-comers in Los Angeles. Also, SEA Games 100m Champion Kayla Richardson, 17, clocked a new personal best of 7.69. While her twin sister Kyla Richardson also ran the best time of 7.70. Kayla time was the #2 time in the state.

Please note the Philippine Junior Indoor Record in the 60m Dash is held by Princess Joy Griffey with a time of 7.63.

http://www.prepcaltrack.com/2016/01/30/roosevelt-all-comers-ss-features-new-state-leaders-by-shinnick-anderson/

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Kayla Richardson youngest 100m Champ SEA History (video)

Jun 10, 2015

Three athletes discovered via pinoyathletics.info or through the Philippines Sports Commission and recommended PATAFA proved worth the investment. The Fil-Heritage program trio delivered three gold medals for the Philippines. Caleb Stuart, Eric Cray, and Kayla Richardson delivered gold for the country.

Pinoyathletics.info is extremely proud of these three athletes and what they have been able to achieve.

Richardson1On a thrilling Wednesday evening in one of the most thrilling races, I have ever seen in my life. Unheralded Kayla Richardson from the Philippines became the youngest champion in the game’s history in the century. Consequently, the 17-year-old emulated Lydia De Vega’s feat, who at the same age in 1981 SEA Games in Manila won the 200 and 400m Dash.

Yet the 5’9 Richardson was the slowest coming out of the blocks in Lane 7. Princess Joy Griffey, in lane 3, the other Filipino entry in this race, was leading for the first 50m. While Tassaporn Wannakit of Thailand, the 2013 SEA Games Bronze medalist, started clawing back.

Also, home favorite Shanti Veronica Pereira began closing ground on Griffey.

With 15m to go, a horde of runners swarmed past Griffey, who was now out of the medals. At the same time, Wannakit looked like she raced but in the dying embers. However, it was the much taller figure of Kayla Richardson in the lane next door who used every milometer of her height to pip her on the line.

While both Richardson and Wannakit registered times of 11.76, with home crowd favorite Shanti taking bronze in 11.88, Zulkifli, the pre-race favorite, was fourth, and Princess Joy Griffey, the Philippine National Games champion, fifth in 12.00.

However, the win was rewarded by 4/1000th of a second to the youngest athlete in the final and gave the Philippines its first gold since 1995.

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Kayla Richardson goes toe to toe with 25 year old Wanakit of Thailand
Richardson goes toe to toe with 25-year-old Wanakit of Thailand.

Youngest Champion

Kayla Richardson was not expected to win, being the youngest in the event and playing at her first SEA Games after bypassing 2013 due to school commitments.

Hence Richardson, who and assisted via pinoyathletics in early 2013, was recommended to the PATAFA. While her father, Jeff Richardson, who now serves as her coach, was the one who endorsed her to us, and we were obliged to assist. Also, Richardson currently holds the Filipino Junior Record in the 100m Dash at 11.65. She will be next participating at the World Youth Championships in Colombia next month. Her mother, Kieyana, is from Zamboanga.

17-year-old school Girl Kayla Anise Richardson clocks fastest 100m time leading up to SEA Games

May 25, 2015

Kayla Anise Richardson
Kayla Anise Richardson

 

17-year-old Kayla Anise Richardson, one of the youngest members of the Fil-Heritage program and twin of Kyla, clocked an impressive 11.65 (+1.0); in doing so, she won the California Inter-school Meet Southern Division in Los Angeles. Kayla broke the National Junior Record mark of 11.75 (+0.7); this was set in 2004 at the US Juniors Nationals in Oregon; by Bacolod-born Princess Joy Griffey, the 2014 PNG Champion. She also broke her PB of 11.78, which she set last year.

11.65 is the fastest time in South East Asia in 2015. Just ahead of Griffey 11.71 and Wanakit of Thailand (11.74). Kayla will be going to the SEA Games with Griffey in the 100 and 200. Kyla and Long Jumper Katherine Santos will join the duo in a formidable revival of the women’s 4x100m relay; The Philippines last competed in this event 10 years ago. If Kayla can pull off a win at the SEA Games in either the 100 or 200, she may very well be the youngest champion in the event’s history.

200m at SEA Games is also going to be a strong chance

In the 200m Dash, Kayla Anise Richardson won the same California meet in 23.45 (+3.5), a wind-aided performance. Her best time is 24.03, but she had run a 23.84 (2.1, windy) back in 2013. This also puts her as a strong challenge to Singaporean local favorite Shanti Pereira (23.99) and Griffey (23.93 last year).

 

“I wasn’t expecting 23.45, I thought id just run 23.8 but Woah! That’s a big PB” said a delighted Richardson.

 

Woah, indeed, as the double ponytailed Richardson, time is close to the national record of 23.37, and if it weren’t for the wind, it would have taken away the 34-year-old 200m JR Record of De Vega of 23.54.

 

World Youth Champs 2015 (Full Summary) 8 athletes qualified for the Philippines?

Qualifying Criteria
and will hold it in Cali, Colombia, in South America. July 15-19

Official Meet Website

As of now, a team has not been nominated as the selection period has not started yet.

This is only for athletes born in 1998 and 1999.

Standards

Who hit the Standard?

The Following Athletes hit the WYC Standard.

  1. Kayla Richardson 100m (11.65 , 12.30) / 200m (23.67, 25.35) /400m (56.52 . 57.20)
  2. Kyla Richardson 100m (11.83, 12.30)
  3. Zion Corrales Nelson 200m (24.15, 25.35), 400m (54.18, 57.20)
  4. Karen Janario 200m (25.21, 25.35)
  5. Jieann Calis 800m (2.12.27, 2.14.0)
  6. Anjelica De Josef 800m (2.13.9, 2.14.0)
  7. Jerry Belibestre Long Jump (7.26, 7.25)
  8. Alexis Soqueno 400m Hurdles (54.54, 54.80)

Originally only 2 athletes were budged for the meet. With Zion and Kayla’s key qualifiers, the athletics association wasn’t expected to qualify more than two athletes. Hence there were enough funds budgeted. Kayla Richardson ended up going, but she ran in the 200m only after a long tiring season (read about her below).

Kyla Richardson and Zion Nelson also qualified but withdrew nearer the last minute due to injuries.

Janario could not substitute as she has only recently acquired a passport and because Nelson was entered in the 200m also and withdrew later was unable to proxy in.

Calis is still in the process of acquiring a passport. Anjelica was not added but had a passport.

Belibestre was recommended, but his trip wasn’t approved. Soqueno was also endorsed but also wasn’t approved.

On the positive side, we need to recognize we are now getting more young athletes who can qualify for world youth, so in the future, to learn from this, we can present more exposure.

Kayla Richardson qualifies for the next round of 200 at WYC in Colombia.

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SEA Games 100m Champion Kayla Richardson qualified 14th of 23 to the Semi-Finals at the World Youth Championships. Certainly not a token entry, the young ‘Fil-Heritage’ sprinter battered the qualifying standard when she ran a time of 23.67 in Singapore at the heats of the SEA Games, she landed a Silver medal in the SEA Games 200m Finals.

This performance battered the 25.35 qualifying requirement required to play at World Youths.

Last year, Kayla became the first of two athletes in the World Juniors’ History to meet the Philippines’ qualifying criteria in the 100 and 200m Dash. She finished 5th and 4th in her heats, failing to make it to the finals. But the experience helped her for the SEA Games and this meet.

This time Kayla chose to focus on the 200m Dash. The Philippine Junior Record held since De Vega in 1981 is 23.54. Kayla holds the Phi JR Record at 11.65, which she set this year to break the 11.75, 2004 Junior Record of Princess Joy Griffey.

In Cali, Kayla clocked 24.41 (-0.6) in heat 2 to comfortably qualify for the next round, held at 6.45 pm local time. Kayla finished behind Estellle Rafai of France 23.91, who holds a PB of 23.85.

In the Semi-Finals, Kayla is in heat 3 of 3. The top two athletes in each heat and the next two fastest will progress to the final. Kayla has drawn the challenging lane eight.

A similar situation to the SEA Games when the organizers placed her in lane seven and team management of Philippine Athletics didn’t attempt to challenge Singapore’s decision despite the fact she was the fastest qualifier to the finals and should have drawn lane 4-5-6.  A move that probably cost the Philippines the gold.

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Kayla Richardson has Lauren Rain Williams in her heat from the USA, whose best is 23.16, and Shaneli English of Jamaica 23.38; these two are the only ones with better personal bests than Kayla.

The other strong athlete is Nikola Bendova of the Czech Republic with 23.76 PB, the only other runner in the race with a sub 24. These girls have drawn 4, 3, 5. It’s going to be tough, and Kayla will have to run near her PB or beyond it to get through to finals to get one of the two slower qualifying spots for finals.

The first heat has 2 sub 24s girls; the second heat has 4, including WYC 100m Champion and Youth Record Holder (10.98) Candace Hill, the fastest in the competition with a 23.05 PB. 10 athletes have run below 24s, going for 8 spots in the final.

 

She will need to run a sub 24 to qualify to the final. said coach and father Jeffrey Richardson via facebook.

 

Richardson out in 200m Semis World Youth Champs

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SEA Games 100m Champion, Kayla Richardson, could not progress through the World Youth Champs’ finals in the 200 Meter Dash. Running in the difficult lane 8, Richardson wound up sixth place in 24.41 in heat 3, duplicating the time she had run in the heats the previous day. It was far from Richardson’s best time of 23.67, which she ran in Singapore’s SEA Games heats.

A performance of 24.07 was required to advance, which was within Richardson’s ability. Lauren Williams (USA)  ran the fastest qualifying time to win heat 3 in 23.03 PB. Her teammate 100m Champion at this meet, Candace Hill, won heat 2 in 23.21, and Estelle Rafai (France), who had won Kayla’s heat yesterday, won the first heat in 23.72 PB. The top 4 athletes in Kayla Heat 3 advanced to the finals for tomorrow.

Richardson finishes 18th out of the 24 Semi-Finalists at world youth champs. This is her last major meet of the year, and a long tiring season that began in January has now ended for her.

Phi Athletics Round up – March – Week 5- (merged) Kayla makes Philippine track history first ever to qualify for World Juniors (March 2014)

Kayla Richardson with medal around neck and team mates.
Kayla Richardson with a medal around the neck and teammates.

 

Fil-Heritage sprinter Kayla Richardson 15 made Philippine Track and Field History by becoming the first-ever Filipino athlete to qualify for the prestigious IAAF World Junior Championship in Oregon without needing a wild card entry. The Philippines has sent athletes to World Juniors before, but they require wild cards; in fact, it has always been the case for most major international meets in athletics.

 

The fact that Kayla has now achieved the standards for the World Juniors means she has set a benchmark for the other juniors aiming to qualify as the rules of the IAAF state that once one athlete qualifies all other athletes must hit the standards set by the IAAF.

 

Richardson clocked 11.90 seconds (1.7) in the 100m at the Mt. Baxter Invite in Los Angeles, which equaled the World Juniors qualification and was also under the Bronze medal standard 11.91 for the SEA Games. Now Both Griffey (11.88) and Richardson (11.90) have hit the mark; with only two athletes allowed to compete at SEA Games, the mark now moves from 11.91 to 11.89 for this event. Kayla Personal best from last year is 11.79

Kayla also timed 24.40 (+1.3) in the 200m; the performance was a new wind-legal personal best, as last year she had run a slightly windy 23.84 (+2.1). The SEA Games Bronze standard is 24.13, which no one has run yet this year.

Kayla, who Jon Gilmer coaches at the Academy of Sport, would head to Oregon, the United States, in July as they are already based; there should be no problem for Kayla and coach Jon to make the trip interstate.

Unfortunately, due to school commitments, Kayla will not be in action at the Philippine National Games this year. But has made herself available for next year’s SEA Games in Singapore.

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Meanwhile, 15-year-old Kayla Richardson is now a student at Walnut High school. The same track was Lydia De Vega set the National Junior Record. Kayla opened her season in a high school dual meet in 12.26 and 25.08. The qualification standards for the world juniors are 11.90 and 24.50.

The Makings of a World Class Sprinter: In the footsteps of De Vega

Kayla is not really thinking too much of SEA Games; she emphasizes the importance of her times, which is a good sign as it shows she has higher ambition. This is how most elite athletes tend to think; winning events just come in along the way.

 

I’m hoping I can go 11.50 this year and as close to 23 flat as possible” she said.

Richardson possesses many of the makings of a world-class sprinter and many similarities to the path followed by De Vega.

* Genetically, she has West African blood through her father, who played baseball; her mother hails from Zamboanga.

1. Like De Vega, her father is also her coach with a strict training program

2. Also, like De Vega, she sports a double ponytail, whereas De Vega had a single ponytail.

3. She is also above average height than an average Filipina at 5’9, De Vega was also at 5’6. Although nowadays, around 5’8 up is required for a world-class women’s sprinter with the odd exception.

4. De Vega also went to school in the United States with Walnut as her training ground, whereas Kayla is at Walnut High school.

As the first Filipino to qualify for World Juniors without a wild card, Kayla has shown she is already world-class for age. I firmly believe that she is our next best Female Sprinter. I also believe she can be very successful as a world-class athlete.

To Richardson critics

Regarding Kayla Richardson, critics who said she was getting too heavy, she wouldn’t get any faster, and she was an early bloomer, ‘I rest my case.’ Her injuries before were probably due to a rapid growth spurt. Now that she has passed this, I expect her to start dropping some really faster times in the next few years.

I had always stated I felt she was the next great Filipina sprinter and could be world-class, and I rarely get my judgments wrong.

I now rest my case.

*Videos to come

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Kayla Richardson closes in on Griffey Record

May 21, 2014

Teen prodigy Kayla Richardson clocked 11.78 (0.2) and 24.03 (0.6) at the CIF Qualifiers in Los Angeles on 17.05.14. The times catapulted Richardson closer to the 2004 National Junior Record of Princess Joy Griffey 11.75s. Richardson times were both personal bests, which ensured the 16-year-old further justification under the World Junior qualifiers of 11.90 and 24.50; World Juniors will be held in Oregon.

Kayla Richardson times also give her the silver medal standards for the 100 and 200m for the 2015 Singapore SEA Games, where she would join Griffey, who also has the silver medal standards.

Kayla Richardson now moves up to the best performer in the 100m for 2014 in the 100m Dash. But is behind the 27-year-old Griffey in the 200m, who has run 23.93 this year.

Kayla Richardson of the Philippines

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A 15-year-old Fil-Heritage sprinter recorded two incredible arks, 11.79 (+0.7) and 23.84 (+2.1).

The First-year high schooler from Etiwanda High had an awesome day at Div 1 CIF Preliminaries in the 100m finishing third in her heat and qualifying 7th overall for the CIF Finals. Her 200m time, albeit wind-aided, was the fastest qualifying time in her division. 

Kayla Richardson then helped her team win the 4×400 in 3:47.07 #2 in the state, clocking 55.00 on her leg of the relay.

Kayla’s time was remarkable 11.79 improved her season lead of 11.93, which she shared with twin sister Kyla. 11.79 is the 6th fastest time ever by a Filipina and only .04s outside the junior mark set by Princess Joy Griffey in 2004 with 11.75.

Born in 1998, Kayla Richardson has until 2017 to improve this mark. Kayla’s official best time was 12.46 last year, an incredible breakthrough in one season.

Click here to view all time Filipina List 100m List.

Kayla Richardson’s 200m mark of 23.84, although wind-aided +2.1, means she can break 24 seconds now with a legitimate tailwind. Only Lydia De Vega has ever run faster than this time of all Filipina’s. De Vega’s mark of 23.54 is the National Junior Record. Kayla Richardson coach Jon Gilmer of the Academy of Speed said: “Kayla should hopefully be able to break that.”

Another fact is her times are now very close to the SEA Games bronze standards of 11.73 and 24.06. Certainly, her 23.84 is beyond the 24.01 silver medal; the gold medal was 23.65 at SEA Games.

However, it is incredibly unfair how the IAAF/SEA Games committee has now decided to introduce a minimum 16 rule meaning Kayla would miss out on competing in the SEA Games when she is good enough to medal. And must send an appeal to the organizing committee to allow her to take part as we now have another female sprinter good enough to match it with our SEA rivals.

*The Richardson twins have submitted dual citizenship documents to PATAFA and are in the process of submitting Passports.

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Kayla Richardson

The season comes to an end.

Kayla Richardson, who clocked 11.79 and 23.84 last week, qualified for the CIF Finals at MtSan Antonio College (Mt Sac) California, but unfortunately, bad cramps mean she limped up last in the race.

Jon Gilmer, her coach, assured me he will now rest her, and she will now prepare for the Asian Youth Games in Nanjing, China, along with twin sister Kyla who will also be running the 100 and 200m at the Youth meet in August. 

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Kayla Richardson in the sharp form right now

Kayla Richardson continued with her progressive streak this season with a time of 12.00et (+1.2) and 24.73et (2.4 wind-aided) on 23.03.13.  She continued with a recent performance of 11.92et at her school meet (which has been reported they had no wind gauge official results to come).

Results 1 23.03.13

Results 2 09.03.13 (wind readings not available at this time)

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Kayla Richardson

Kayla Richardson

Fil-Heritage sprinter Kayla Richardson almost dips under 12 seconds.

Kayla Richardson 11.57 PB 7

Kayla Richardson, who turns 15 next month, took half a second off the Chaffey High Invite meet record (12.51) when she clocked a big personal best of 12.01 for her first 100m run of the season. Kayla had a previous best time of 12.37 last year. While Kyla (who had the best time of 12.00 last year), who ran 12.24 last week, opted out this week, resting a slight strain.

It could be a fascinating clash with her twin sister Kyla Richardson (12.00) and UAAP Record Holder Jenny Rose Rosales at the PNG (12.22). Also, at the SEA Youth Champs (June 4-7) against Singapore’s Shanti Perreira, who just improved her best to 12.05.

A lot can be said about this performance, as Kayla was on the verge of breaking 12 seconds, a feat that a Filipina Sprinter has not done since Princess Joy Griffey ran 11.65 in 2010.  And going further back, a Filipina local sprinter had not run sub 12 seconds since Lerma Buluitan almost 10 years ago.

12.01 placed her #6 on the Filipina Junior all-time lists behind Griffey (11.75), Lydia De Vega (11.76), Saraina Hedgepeth (11.93), Leslie Mercado (11.94), and Kyla Richardson (12.00).  It also broke the best performance all-time by a 15-year-old Filipina set by Fil-Australian Maricor Cuenca (12.20)  in 2003.

 

Kayla  Richardson and Kyla Richardson Files

Jon Gilmer: Coach of The Richardson twins

Jan 4, 2014

Most of my correspondence with the Richardson Twins had been done with Jeffrey Richardson, the father of the two phenom Fil-Heritage teenage sprinters. 
Above all, I assisted the two girls representing the Philippines and Jeff with inquiries he had along with PATAFA Assistant Sec-Gen Ms.Maricor Pacheco and Lucy Artiaga of PATAFA. In conclusion, with a POC official’s help, the girls could obtain their Filipino passports rapidly
 
Jeff accompanied the Richardson twins to the Asian Youth Games in Nanjing, China, which was the first time representing the Philippines. In contrast, as the girls are only 15 years old, they needed a guardian to assist them; it was an incredible experience for Jeff, Kayla, and Kyla as it was the first time for them to travel overseas. Above all, I had the opportunity to meet with Jeff, who, by the way, is a super nice guy and was very kind and courteous to everyone he came across and befriended several people on this trip. 
Kayla training with her coach Jon Gilmer.
Kyla training with her coach Jon Gilmer.

Jon Gilmer and the Richardson Twins

I would like to take the time to mention I also, via Facebook, have befriended Jon Gilmer, who is the coach and co-owner of the Academy of Speed.
Having their own indoor track at Rancho Cucamonga, California, Jon, like Jeff, is someone I found it really easy to get along with Jon and has been coaching the Richardson twins since they were in the 8th grade in 2011.  The girls will be running this season for Walnut High while training with Jon.
Under Jon Gilmer’s tutelage, both girls made huge improvements and became some of the US’s fastest youth. In the two seasons that both girls trained with Jon. In contrast, Kayla dropped from 13 seconds in the 100 to 11.79. Also, in the 200, she went from 26 seconds to 23.84w.
Kyla was a 12.9 and 25.9 100/200m sprinters, respectively. She dropped to 11.93 (although she was injured the entire season with a bruised toe). And she was able to muster out a 24.33w 200m. However, he would have run a good deal faster had she not been injured. Below are some photos of Jon training the twins and the other athletes he has at his facility.
Jon's business partner and co-owner of Academy of Speed, Richard Holmes (Holmes is a friend of the Cablayan's) and Jordie Munford. She now runs for the University of Oregon She was one of the top 100m/300m hurdlers in the nation in high school.
Jon’s business partner and co-owner of Academy of Speed, Richard Holmes (Holmes is a Cablayan’s) and Jordie Munford. She now runs for the University of Oregon. She was one of the top 100m/300m hurdlers in the nation in high school.

From Jon Gilmer

My sprint/speed philosophy is simple: ‘Technique is the vehicle through which speed flows’. teach athletes proper sprint and acceleration mechanics through neuro-muscular development. 

 

Above all, my goal is to guide athletes to fire muscles in a sequential pattern, facilitating a more efficient, powerful, and fast run.

Also, I competed in the sprints for Louisiana State University in the early 1990s. I raced internationally and trained with the world and national record holders from the 100m- 1600m relay. In 1995, I made my first qualifying time for U.S. Indoor Nationals in the 55m/ 60m. The same year, I was ranked 3rd in the California Summer Grand Prix in the 100m. In 1997 and 1998, I qualified for the U.S.

Outdoor Nationals in the 100m. Also, I was an assistant sprint coach for 3 seasons at Hoover High in Glendale, California. I then served 3 years as a volunteer sprint coach for Concordia University in Irvine, California. I am a USA Track & Field Level 1 Certified Coach, USA Track & Field Registry Approved Coach.

 

 

In the third picture is me with Kori Carter who is the #2 400m hurdler in the world! She ran for Stanford University. But after she destroyed the NCAA 400m hurdle record, she went pro and signed with Nike. She was coached by Rich Holmes during her high school years. She would come back during her breaks to get some technical and speed work with me and a little hurdle work in with Holmes.
The third picture is of me with Kori Carter, the #2 400m hurdler in the world! She ran for Stanford University. However, after she destroyed the NCAA 400m hurdle record, she went pro and signed with Nike. Richard Holmes coached her during her high school years. She would also come back during her breaks to get some technical and speed work with me, and a little hurdle works in with Holmes.

My first few months at Concordia

I helped a newcomer to the sport, Nate Winkler, become the school record holder in the 100m, 200m, 400m. He dropped from 11.11 to 10.56, 22.98 to 21.67. he had never run the 400m. But the first time he ran the open 400m, he ran 49.42. He also split 47.1 in the 4x400m

Recently, I have trained Mickey Grimes. He has a PR of 9.98 in the 100m. After several year’s layoffs, I coach him to a 10.12, earning him an Olympic Trials bid last season. At the age of 36, he made the semi-finals.

Brittany Brown of Claremont High became the faster girl sprinter that I’ve coached. His senior year (last season), she started the season with 12.15 in the 100m finishing with 11.49. She had not

PR’d in the 200m (25.3x) since her 9th became the 2nd a freshman at the University of Iowa. I still work with her when she is home (her college coach and I are on excellent terms).

Kayla and Kyla Richardson- You know their story. Kayla dropped from 13.xx/26.xx 100/200m to 11.79/23.84 in a year. Kyla dropped from 12.9x/25.7x to 12.00/24.00 in less than a year.

Also, I train several of the fastest youth in the US and several up-and-coming newbies.

Forth picture: the AOS 4x200m relay team in January. They were the #1 team in California and #2 in the country. The girl 2nd to the left is Amanda VanBuren. She started the season as the fastest sprinter in the state. But she was forced to only train with her high school coach and never broke 12.00. She ran 12.00 and 24.54 as a 9th grader. She was still one on the fastest 9th graders in the state.
Fourth picture: the AOS 4x200m relay team in January. They were the #1 team in California and #2 in the country. The girl 2nd to the left is Amanda VanBuren. She started the season as the fastest sprinter in the state. However, she was forced to only train with her high school coach and never broke 12.00. In conclusion, she ran 12.00 and 24.54 as a 9th grader. She was still one of the fastest 9th graders in the state.

 

Here is a list of some of the athletes the California State Ranked athletes that I train:

1) Danya Hart 11th

2) Rai Ahmed-Green 12th

3) Mikaela Adolphus 11th

Athletes Coached by AOS Coaches (top-ranked in Cali and US)

1) Phillipe Rocha- 10th

2) Austin Tamagno- 10th

3) Myles Valentine- 11th

4) Antonio Woodard- 11th

  • grade year. After a few months, she dropped to 23.68. She
  • fastest 100m/200m in California. She went on to win the Jr Olympics. She is now
  • 100m/200m 12.22/25.42 (brand new to the sport)
  • 200m/400m 24.95/56.51
  • 200m/400m 25.35/57.00
  • 800m/1600m/ Cross Country- 1:56.84/4:17.99
  •  800m/1600m/Cross Country- 1:56.64 4:09.43
  •  100m/200m 10.33/21.04
  •  200m/400m 21.86/49.12

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Richardson Twins Kayla and Kyla Richardson New Hope Philippines Women Sprint Program

July 4, 2013

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Firstly would like to thank Mr. Jeffrey Richardson for helping provide me with information on his two daughters Kayla and Kyla Richardson, and sharing their achievements with the Filipino Athletic Community. Also, special thanks to Mrs. Lorraine Johnson for supplying some additional photos.

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Two 14-year old Fil-American twins Kayla and Kyla Richardson could emerge as the future of Track and Field for the Philippines. Kayla and Kyla Richardson (whose mother is from Zamboanga City, Philippines) hail from Los Angeles, California. The girls have been running since the age of nine. Jon Gilmer coaches the girls at Academy of Speed in Rancho, Cucamonga, C.A. Like many fil-heritage athletes before they have. But unlike any fil-heritage athletes that came before them, the pair is fast, speedy.

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Kayla and Kyla Richardson
Two on the right side Kyla and Kayla Richardson (Photo Credits: Jeffrey Richardson)

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Kyla faster than the Current Senior national champions

*PB = Personal Best Time

Kyla, the faster of the two, has a personal best of 12.00et and a legit 24.81 and has run a 24.12 (two).  At Fourteen, Kyla’s times are faster than the top senior local female sprinters in the Philippines, the fastest being specialist Long Jumper Katherine Santos (22), who won the 100m at the National Games 12.17 PB. Even compared to Fil-Heritage counterparts Krizia Leah Apelar (23) won the 200m at the National Games in 25.04 and held a PB of 24.93.


The fastest fourteen-year-old Filipina of all time

.Kyla times not only rank her at the top of the Philippine Ranking List this year in Women’s 100 and 200 but also #10 all-time and #5 junior of all time in the 100m.

On both the senior and junior ranking lists, she is the youngest name on those lists. Behind quite some prestigious names, Fil-Heritage Princess Joy Griffey holding the JR Record in 11.75 and Lydia De Vega, the national record holder (11.76 as a junior). However, not even De Vega nor Griffey could accomplish a 12.00 as 14-year-olds, each having more rapid improvements at the 16-18 age.

Kyla is undoubtedly the fastest 14-year-old Filipina ever in the 100 and 200m Dash

Kyla 200m time of 24.81, although she has run a 24.12 with no wind reading. Ranks her #5 in the junior lists. On paper, only De Vega has ever run faster as a junior with 23.54 at 17. Perhaps now someone is finally within a realistic range of capturing that record after 28 years.


Both sisters Kayla and Kyla Richardson qualify for World Youth Championships.

The pair has their eyes set on representing the Philippines at the World Youth Championships (WYC) held next July in Ukraine. The World Youth Champs features the best athletes born in 1996 and afterward in the world.

 

As both girls are born in 1998 they are not only eligible for this addition, but also eligible for the next staging of the World Youth Championships to be held in 2015.

 

The women’s standards were 12.50 in the 100m, 25.60 in the 200m, and 57.60 in the 400m.  Not just one, but both twins have qualified in the 100m with Kyla running 12.00et and 24.81 et al. so qualifying for the 200m easy, Kayla has run 12.46 et al. so a 12.37 with no wind reading, and 24.99 no wind reading and 25.82 legit. This means she is not very far off qualifying as well in the 200m. Kayla has also run 58.28 in 400m #6 all-time juniors, so it is within the 400m standard. It’s probably the first time two Filipino athletes have qualified for the WYC without relying on a wildcard entry.

 

Kyla if she continues the way she has been and runs 11.80 has a very strong chance of sending ripples through philippine sports as this will make the semi-finals of the WYC next year.

 

Two times National Junior Champion Romnick Nor (1996) is also looking set at qualification with the standard for the boys 100m being just 11.25et, which he has already surpassed in the past. And can find world Youth Qualifying standards here.


Fastest Times ever by Filipina Juniors on Age

100M Dash

  • 12 Kyla Richardson 13.17 (2010)
  • 13 Kyla Richardson 12.69 (2011)
  • 14 Kyla Richardson 12.00 (2012)
  • 15  Maricor Cuenca 12.20 (2003)
  • 16 Chantal Balani 12.0ht (1998)
  • 17 Princess Joy Griffey 11.75 (2004)
  • 18 Lydia De Vega Mercado 11.76 (1982)
  • 19 Lydia De Vega Mercado 11.74 +2.1 (1983)
  • Lucila Salao Tolentino 11.6ht (1972)

200m Dash

  • 12 Maricor Cuenca 26.10 (2000)
  • 13 Maricor Cuenca 24.77 (2001)
  • 14 Kyla Richardson 24.81  (2012)
  • 15 Chantal Balani 25.15 (1998)
  • 16 Lydia De Vega 24.53 (1981)
  • 17 Lydia De Vega 23.54 (1982)
  • 18 Princess Joy Griffey 24.15 (2005)

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IAAF Rules Kayla and Kyla Richardson too young for WYC. Eyes on RP Team for SEA Games.

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Kayla and Kyla Richardson are ‘Too Young’ to compete at WYC.

We will start with the Bad News; I was alerted that the World Youth Championships held in 2013 in Ukraine, the IAAF had changed the rules in the 2011 meeting. The rule change means athletes must be 16 or 17 years old to participate and will not allow younger athletes to compete. This is bad news for the two 14-year old twins as they were born in 1998, and it means they are not eligible under the IAAF rules. I sent an email to the IAAF to confirm this, and this is what I got back. Essentially what the IAAF is saying is that the twins are ‘Too young’ to participate. However, there does not seem a way around it as the IAAF is the world governing body, and they seem very firm on that decision.

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Dear Sir/Madam,

As per our rules, athletes aged 16 or 17 years on 31 December 2013 (born in 1996 or 1997), may compete in any event.Thus athletes born in 1998 will not be entitled to compete, no exception will be allowed.

Best regards, Céline

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Kayla and Kyla Richardson had Easily Made the Standards.

This is unfortunate news, as the twins had both gone well understand the IAAF standards. Kyla had recorded 12.00 and 24.12; the standards were 12.50 and 25.50. Therefore she was .5 and 1.38s below the criteria, which would have been good enough for a semi-finals berth in the 200m and, with a slight improvement, a semi-finals berth in the 100m.

Kayla had run 12.46 and 24.99, which is also under the standard by .04 and .51 seconds, respectively. The twins are the only athletes to make the Philippines’ qualifying standard for the World Youths (which began in 2001); previous entries for the Philippines had relied on wild cards.

Mr. Richardson had expressed before his daughters were so dedicated to representing the Philippines that the family was prepared to self-fund the Ukraine trip for the world youths.

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A Wave of Support for Kayla and Kyla Richardson

The PATAFA had helped the twin’s entry to the World Youth Champs and was prepared to set up a dialogue with Mr. Richardson upon submitting the necessary paperwork, which is still going to push through.

If possible, another suitable Asian or ASEAN youth or junior level meeting will be considered for the twins.

Kyla is currently the #1 Filipina Sprinter in the 100m and 200m in 2012, while Kayla is ranked #8 in the 100m (the comprehensive list includes local and fil-heritage athletes). Not only did the PATAFA express interest in the twins, but a lot of ex-national athletes also had a lot of kind words of encouragement to offer.

National Women’s 100m and 200m Record Holder and Athletic Legend Lydia De Vega-based in Singapore, stated, “I’m happy for Kyla and Kayla. Congratulations!”

Former Junior joint record holder, Chantal Balani now based in Hong Kong, stated: “They are so fast, they will be good on the 4×100”.

As a testament to the legendary De Vega, it is proving an athlete of her ability only comes along once in a lifetime, as her junior records have stood for 30 years. But perhaps the twins can continue the legacy.

If Kyla and/or Kayla can qualify for the SEA Games next year in Myanmar at 15 years of age, they will definitely follow Elma Muros and Lydia De Vega, who were just 14 15-year-olds when they made their SEA Games Debut. Fortunately for the twins, the SEA Games has no age restrictions.

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Potential 4×100 Junior Record

The twins will participate at the Philippine National Games in the Junior 100m and 200m next May. Last year Hyper sports lineup of Michelle Loterte, Jennyrose Rosales, Neslee Angco, and Maureen Emily Schrivjers won the PNG in (49.36); this time was shy National Junior Record of 48.65. For 2013 Loterte (born 1993) is already in the senior division.

However, if a lineup of Rosales, Schrivjers, and the twins form, they could obliterate the old record. Rosales (94) (12.34), Schrivjers (95) (12.68), with Kyla (98) (12.00) and Kayla (12.46). The twins combined 100m times are 1.5s faster than Loterte and Angco during the National Games. With that logic, they are looking at at least 49.36 – 1.5, which is 47.8et.

However, this is before considering any improvements the four girls make over the next 7-8 months.

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Kayla and Kyla Richardson SEA Games

Kyla, whose best time is just .06 seconds this year from the SEA Games qualification bronze mark of 24.06 for the Women’s 200m, leads the women’s ranking list in the 100 and 200m dash this year.

If Kyla can make the standard, she will be the youngest member of the RP Team at 15 years of age to qualify for SEA Games Track and Field in 2013. Elma Muros and Lydia De Vega were both 14 and 15 when they made their debuts at the SEA Games.   The twins are also eying a spot at the Asian Youth Games in China next June if possible, following a similar path to Lydia and Elma, where it all began for them at the ASEAN Schools.

The Women’s 200m at the SEA Games is currently led by Vu Thi Thuong of Vietnam, a 3-time winner of the 100m and former 200m Champion at the SEA Games. Vu has registered at 23.30 so far this year. According to SEA Statistician Jad Adrian Washif, a 24 flat or faster time is good enough to medal. Perhaps Kyla can go one further than the two legends above and take open some shiny medals in 2013 in Myanmar and become the youngest sprint medalist in the game’s history.

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15-year-old Fil-Heritage sprinters Kyla and Kayla Richardson prepare to win Gold at Asian Youths

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Kayla Richardson and Kyla Richardson Secure Passports

Aug 6, 2013

Kayla Richardson and Kyla Richardson have now met the criteria to represent the Philippines, acquiring dual citizenship and Filipino passports received by the Philippines Track and Field Association with OIC  Ms. Maricor Pachecho.  The Richardson twins based in Los Angeles and coached by Jon Gilmer are now eligible to represent the Philippines and entitled to any records they set.

Kayla and Kyla have impressively knocked back several age-grade records for the Philippines. The twins were born in 1998.  Their mother is from Zamboanga.

The twins will compete at the Asian Youth Games from August 19 to 24, Nanjing, China, joining National Junior Champion Pole Vaulter Emily Obiena of Manila and National Youth Champion Long and Triple Jump Champion Mary Anthony Diesto of Bacolod.

The twins have declined running a 4x100m Relay as they have 3 rounds of the 100m and 200m and will focus on qualifying for the SEA Games.

Kayla Richardson has a PB of 11.79 and 23.84, which is just outside the Philippine Junior Record (athletes 19 and bel0w) of Princess Joy Griffey 11.75 (2004) and Lydia De Vega Mercado 23.54 (1981).

Meanwhile, Kyla Richardson has a PB of  11.93 and 24.12.

The SEA Games Bronze medalist in 2011 was 11.73 and 24.06 in the Women’s 100 and 200m Dash.

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Asian Youth Games

The Asian Youth Championships will start tomorrow in Nanjing, China, and finish on Aug 24. The Heat of the 100m will kick off.

Note that several athletes (all from India) have been entered under-aged, meaning born in 1996. The cut-off limit for the meet for athletes born in 1997 and 1998. An email of concern has been sent to the organizing committee to disqualify any over-aged athlete in this meet.

18 Indians at Asian Youth Games found overage sent home. 

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NEW DELHI/KOCHI: In a major embarrassment, 18 young Indian athletes have been asked to return home early from the Nanjing Asian Youth Games on Sunday after an official goof-up led to their disqualification as they were found to be overage. These athletes were required to be under the age of 16, but most of the athletes who were sent by the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) were above the age limit.

The athletes, part of the 27-member athletics squad, were already in the Chinese city and told them to pack their bags and fly back home without competing in their events, leaving the squad in the important discipline severely depleted. Indian athletes are participating in the event as “Independent Olympic Athletes” as the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) is under suspension.

Full Article Here

http://www.dnaindia.com/sport/1876280/report-youth-asian-games-17-over-age-athletes-to-return-home

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SUMMARY REPORT

China’s Manqi Ge, a semi-finalist at the recent IAAF world youth championships, clocked the girls’ quickest time 100 meters round one. Running in heat two, Ge ran 12.07, just quicker than her 12.08 she clocked in Donetsk. 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.

Congratulations to Kyla Richardson and Kayla Richardson for qualifying through to the 100m at the Asian Youth Champs. Kayla won heat 3 in 12.27, and Kyla was third in heat 2 in 12.42. The Semi-Finals will be tomorrow.

15 yr old twins Kyla and Kayla Richardson, representing the Philippines, both made it to the finals at the Asian Youth Games in the 100m; they timed 12.28 and 12.21. Kyla was third in heat 1, and Kayla was 1st in Heat 2. Ge Man Qi of China was the fastest qualifier with a PB of 11.89. Kyla PB is 11.93, and Kayla 11.79.

Well Done to Emily Obiena of the Philippines for tying the Girls National Record in the Pole Vault of 3.10m. Nash Nalus established the Mark of 3.10m at the 2012 UAAP. She finished 6th place at the 2013 Asian Youth Games.

Mary Anthony Diesto 5.24m PB of 1cm in girls Long Jump at AYG. But I missed out on the final by 1 place or 4cm. 13th place overall.

Kayla and Kyla Richardson finished 5th and 6th in the Final of the Asian Youth Champs in 12.30 and 12.38. However, the performances were well off, the girl’s personal bests. Congratulations on making the Final at an Asian Level event.
Ge Man Qi of China won the 100m girls in 11.91.

ENTRIES AND RESULTS

Women’s 100m

Please note in the 100m, 15-year-old Kayla has improved her best time to 11.79 as entries submitted before March, and Kyla has improved her best time to 11.93.  Kayla is the biggest chance in this event. However, India has entered an over-aged athlete Dutee Chand who ran 11.62 and made the World Youth Champs’ finals.

Kyla also has a strong chance at a medal. However, several low 12 second runners are best suited to this environment. Certainly, Kayla has a strong chance at the gold and Kyla a strong medal chance.

Entry List by Event

参赛报名(按项目)
As of 17 AUG 2013 at 11:22
AT0000000_32C1 1.0 Report Created by Tissot SAT 17 AUG 2013 11:22
Girls’ 100m
Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Season
Best
Personal
Best
Qualifying
Best
102 CHAND Duttee AOI 3 FEB 1996 11.62  *NB. Overaged athlete
129 AKTER Ms. Aireen BAN 11 OCT 1997 12.32
134 ALGHAIS Sara BRN 31 AUG 1997 15.16
139 SAGHER Zainab BRN 4 MAY 1998 13.00
151 GE Manqi CHN 13 OCT 1997 12.08
178 SONG Min CHN 6 FEB 1997 12.45
203 CHAN Ka Sin HKG 25 APR 1997 12.47
204 KONG Chun Ki HKG 17 FEB 1998 12.56
219 WAHYUNI Sri INA 16 AUG 1998 12.77
250 KAWASAKI Sara JPN 26 FEB 1998 12.05
259 IVANOVA Darya KAZ 19 DEC 1997 12.77
281 LEE Hyeonhee KOR 2 MAY 1997 12.17
318 ALSHAMMARI Mudhawi KUW 25 APR 1998 12.86
319 ALSULAIBI Dalal KUW 25 FEB 1997 14.96
327 RADSOMBATH Phavina LAO 27 OCT 1998 13.09
336 WONG Choi San MAC 3 JUN 1997 13.73
341 RAMASAMY Kirthana MAS 20 JAN 1997 12.51
345 SARA Aishath MDV 28 SEP 1997 13.99
362 ALALAWI Mazoon OMA 14 NOV 1997 12.08
367 RICHARDSON Kayla PHI 17 APR 1998 11.98
368 RICHARDSON Kyla PHI 17 APR 1998 12.00
389 BINTE ZAINI Nur Izlyn SIN 21 APR 1998 12.71
392 CHANDRAN Kugapriya SIN 24 FEB 1998 12.72
407 DISSANAYAKE Chanchala SRI 6 JAN 1997 12.83
421 CHAROENSUK Parichat THA 16 APR 1998 12.35
444 SINTAKSAB Kanchanaporn THA 8 DEC 1997 12.43
460 HU Chia-Chen TPE 28 MAR 1997 12.02
463 LEE Pei-Chen TPE 23 DEC 1998 12.21
486 RASULOVA Natalya UZB 27 NOV 1997 12.59
501 AL-ASHMORI Laila Sharif Saeed YEM 1 JAN 1998 14.09
Total number of entries: 30

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Women’s 200m

Again the threat in this event is over-aged athlete Dutee Chand of India 23.81. Kayla does have the best time of 23.84 and is more consistent, so she would have a better chance of beating Chand in the 200m if the committee allows Chand to run.

Kyla has the best time of 24.12, but this season has run 24.32, so is also a strong medal chance in this event.

Entry List by Event
参赛报名(按项目)
As of 17 AUG 2013 at 11:22
AT0000000_32C1 1.0 Report Created by Tissot SAT 17 AUG 2013 11:22
Girls’ 200m
Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Season
Best
Personal
Best
Qualifying
Best
102 CHAND Duttee AOI 3 FEB 1996 23.81 *overaged
106 GOWDENAHALLI KUMARA Vijayakumari AOI 5 AUG 1996 26.05 *overaged
129 AKTER Ms. Aireen BAN 11 OCT 1997 27.00
134 ALGHAIS Sara BRN 31 AUG 1997 28.80
139 SAGHER Zainab BRN 4 MAY 1998 27.27
156 HUANG Guifen CHN 20 AUG 1997 24.72
183 WANG Xuan CHN 16 JUL 1997 25.18
204 KONG Chun Ki HKG 17 FEB 1998 25.86
206 POON Hang Wai HKG 28 APR 1998 25.17
217 SILPIANA Ulfa INA 8 MAR 1997 25.29
251 OTAKE Yuna JPN 26 FEB 1998 24.52
264 RYAZANTSEVA Viktoriya KAZ 15 SEP 1998 25.51
270 USHAKOVA Lyubov KAZ 20 SEP 1997 25.57
273 PROKOPEVA Kseniia KGZ 18 APR 1997 25.80
281 LEE Hyeonhee KOR 2 MAY 1997 25.29
309 ALMAYYAS Albandari KUW 15 JUL 1997 27.12
318 ALSHAMMARI Mudhawi KUW 25 APR 1998 26.96
336 WONG Choi San MAC 3 JUN 1997 27.64
345 SARA Aishath MDV 28 SEP 1997 29.16
367 RICHARDSON Kayla PHI 17 APR 1998 24.57
368 RICHARDSON Kyla PHI 17 APR 1998 24.10
418 LAILA Alaa SYR 1 JAN 1997 27.03
425 DARARUT Arisara THA 22 JUL 1997 25.60
444 SINTAKSAB Kanchanaporn THA 8 DEC 1997 25.41
463 LEE Pei-Chen TPE 23 DEC 1998 25.26
484 PAK Valeriya UZB 27 MAY 1997 26.70
486 RASULOVA Natalya UZB 27 NOV 1997 26.45
Total number of entries: 27

Women’s Pole Vault

Emily Obiena, since this meet, has improved her performance to 3.00m. But it will be difficult to win a medal as the minimum for a medal would probably be around 3.40m up. However, Emily has an opportunity to surpass the National Junior Record, which currently stands at 3.10m.

Entry List by Event
参赛报名(按项目)
As of 17 AUG 2013 at 11:22
AT0000000_32C1 1.0 Report Created by Tissot SAT 17 AUG 2013 11:22
Girls’ Pole Vault
Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Season
Best
Personal
Best
Qualifying
Best
161 LI Chaoqun CHN 20 FEB 1997 3.00
191 YANG Shutting CHN 20 OCT 1997 3.40
210 IDEA Jelita Rara INA 30 JUL 1997 3.25
238 AL-DULAIMI Zahraa IRQ 13 MAY 1997 3.00
253 DANILOVSKAYA Anna KAZ 15 APR 1998 3.61
366 OBIENA Emily Jean PHI 28 FEB 1998 2.84
391 CHANG An Zi SIN 5 AUG 1997 3.13
467 LIN Tsai-Ying TPE 17 APR 1997 3.60
471 SHEN Yi-Ju TPE 9 DEC 1997 3.60
Total number of entries: 9

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Womens Long Jump

Mary Anthony Diesto is ranked 16th out of 24 athletes in this competition on performances.  

It would take Diesto a significant improvement on her personal best to progress through to the final with the top twelve. Homoko Amagi, with 6.11m, is the leading contender for the gold.

Entry List by Event
参赛报名(按项目)
As of 17 AUG 2013 at 11:22
AT0000000_32C1 1.0 Report Created by Tissot SAT 17 AUG 2013 11:22
Girls’ Long Jump
Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Season
Best
Personal
Best
Qualifying
Best
124 SURENDRAN Athira AOI 21 SEP 1996 5.48 *overaged
128 VELUCHAMY Akshaya Sona Sri AOI 9 JUL 1997 5.45
136 AL TAMIMI Danah BRN 27 MAY 1997 4.21
154 HONG Jingwen CHN 9 FEB 1997 5.58
166 LIAO Rui CHN 9 FEB 1997 5.63
207 WONG Pui Ling HKG 15 MAR 1997 5.60
223 AYOUBI FARD Zahra IRI 16 APR 1998 4.68
240 FENJAN Shahad IRQ 1 OCT 1998 5.32
243 AMAGI Honoka JPN 24 DEC 1997 6.11
282 LEE Hyeonjeong KOR 15 MAR 1997 5.46
308 ALKHASHTY Shahed KUW 1 JUL 1998 4.20
341 RAMASAMY Kirthana MAS 20 JAN 1997 5.61
362 ALALAWI Mazoon OMA 14 NOV 1997 5.01
365 DIESTO Mary Anthony PHI 30 AUG 1997 5.23
390 BTE RAJA MOHAMAD ARIS R SIN 21 DEC 1997 5.03
402 SCHMITT Anissa Sharmaine Jefri SIN 1 JUN 1998 4.86
415 W MUDIYANSELAGE KC Wijesiriwardane SRI 4 JUL 1997 5.70
422 CHUAIMAROENG Parinya THA 16 DEC 1997 5.21
462 HUANG Shih-Han TPE 12 NOV 1997 5.77
474 WEN Wanju TPE 28 JAN 1997 5.81
476 DIRDINA Viktoriya UZB 1 JUL 1998 5.60
483 MOLCHANOVA Oksana UZB 21 MAR 1997 5.51
491 CAO Mai Nhan VIE 11 MAR 1997 5.48
494 NGUYEN Thi Truc Mai VIE 20 MAR 1997 5.63
Total number of entries: 24

Women’s Triple Jump

Diesto ranks 11th out of 16 in this event. This is the better of her two events as she has a personal best of 11.61m from the Palarong Pambansa, where she is the reigning champion.

Entry List by Event
参赛报名(按项目)
As of 17 AUG 2013 at 11:22
AT0000000_32C1 1.0 Report Created by Tissot SAT 17 AUG 2013 11:22
Girls’ Triple Jump
Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Season
Best
Personal
Best
Qualifying
Best
111 MACFARLANE Rochelle Maria AOI 1 JUN 1997 12.28
124 SURENDRAN Athira AOI 21 SEP 1996 12.22 overaged
171 MA Yue CHN 11 MAR 1997 12.41
240 FENJAN Shahad IRQ 1 OCT 1998 11.80
255 GORODKOVA Anna KAZ 7 APR 1997 12.34
282 LEE Hyeonjeong KOR 15 MAR 1997 12.00
341 RAMASAMY Kirthana MAS 20 JAN 1997 12.58
365 DIESTO Mary Anthony PHI 30 AUG 1997 11.61
370 HONG Hyejong PRK 28 APR 1998 10.88
393 CHAY Celine Yun Lam SIN 26 JUN 1997 11.01
402 SCHMITT Anissa Sharmaine Jefri SIN 1 JUN 1998 11.13
454 CHANG Yuchin TPE 9 MAY 1997 11.94
476 DIRDINA Viktoriya UZB 1 JUL 1998 12.32
483 MOLCHANOVA Oksana UZB 21 MAR 1997 11.99
491 CAO Mai Nhan VIE 11 MAR 1997 11.50
494 NGUYEN Thi Truc Mai VIE 20 MAR 1997 12.76
Total number of entries: 16

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Kayla and Kyla Richardson

Womens 100m Round 1 Results

比赛成绩

MON 19 AUG 2013
Nanjing OSC Stadium
南京奥体中心体育场
ATW001900_73B 1.0 Report Created by Tissot MON 19 AUG 2013 19:32
ROUND 1 – HEAT 1 Start Time: 19:05 Wind: -1.5 m/s
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Lane Reaction
Time Result
1 463 LEE Pei-Chen TPE 23 DEC 1998 3 0.167 12.55 Q
2 392 CHANDRAN Kugapriya SIN 24 FEB 1998 8 0.164 12.65 Q PB
3 281 LEE Hyeonhee KOR 2 MAY 1997 2 0.150 12.85 Q
4 486 RASULOVA Natalya UZB 27 NOV 1997 7 0.182 13.01
5 336 WONG Choi San MAC 3 JUN 1997 5 0.209 13.78
6 345 SARA Aishath MDV 28 SEP 1997 4 0.275 14.04
102 CHAND Duttee AOI 3 FEB 1996 6 DNS

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ROUND 1 – HEAT 2 Start Time: 19:11 Wind: +0.5 m/s
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Lane Reaction
Time Result
1 151 GE Manqi CHN 13 OCT 1997 3 0.187 12.07 Q PB
2 421 CHAROENSUK Parichat THA 16 APR 1998 5 0.198 12.40 Q
3 368 RICHARDSON Kyla PHI 17 APR 1998 6 0.217 12.42 Q
4 219 WAHYUNI Sri INA 16 AUG 1998 7 0.165 12.99
5 203 CHAN Ka Sin HKG 25 APR 1997 8 0.192 13.00
6 139 SAGHER Zainab BRN 4 MAY 1998 4 0.204 13.16
7 319 ALSULAIBI Dalal KUW 25 FEB 1997 2 15.51

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ROUND 1 – HEAT 3 Start Time: 19:17 Wind: -0.6 m/s
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Lane Reaction
Time Result
1 367 RICHARDSON Kayla PHI 17 APR 1998 7 0.194 12.27 Q
2 362 ALALAWI Mazoon OMA 14 NOV 1997 5 0.181 12.63 Q
3 204 KONG Chun Ki HKG 17 FEB 1998 3 0.186 12.74 Q
4 129 AKTER Ms. Aireen BAN 11 OCT 1997 4 0.177 12.76 q
5 259 IVANOVA Darya KAZ 19 DEC 1997 8 0.163 12.83 q
6 327 RADSOMBATH Phavina LAO 27 OCT 1998 2 0.160 14.85
7 501 AL-ASHMORI Laila Sharif Saeed YEM 1 JAN 1998 6 0.201 14.99

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ROUND 1 – HEAT 4 Start Time: 19:23 Wind: +0.9 m/s
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Lane Reaction
Time Result
1 178 SONG Min CHN 6 FEB 1997 5 0.205 12.22 Q PB
2 444 SINTAKSAB Kanchanaporn THA 8 DEC 1997 2 0.181 12.40 Q PB
3 460 HU Chia-Chen TPE 28 MAR 1997 8 0.182 12.40 Q
4 250 KAWASAKI Sara JPN 26 FEB 1998 7 0.179 12.69 q
5 407 DISSANAYAKE Chanchala SRI 6 JAN 1997 3 0.144 12.72 q PB
6 318 ALSHAMMARI Mudhawi KUW 25 APR 1998 4 0.177 13.11
7 134 ALGHAIS Sara BRN 31 AUG 1997 6 0.191 14.31 PB
Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) advance to the Semifinals
Weather conditions at the beginning of the 1st heat
Temperature: 28 °C Humidity: 82 % Conditions: Cloudy

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Results Semi-Final
比赛成绩
TUE 20 AUG 2013
Nanjing OSC Stadium
南京奥体中心体育场
ATW001200_73B 1.0 Report Created by Tissot TUE 20 AUG 2013 19:20
SEMI-FINALS – HEAT 1 Start Time: 19:05 Wind: +0.9 m/s
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Lane Reaction
Time Result
1 151 GE Manqi CHN 13 OCT 1997 5 0.202 11.89 Q PB
2 421 CHAROENSUK Parichat THA 16 APR 1998 4 0.171 12.12 Q PB
3 368 RICHARDSON Kyla PHI 17 APR 1998 9 0.202 12.28 Q
4 463 LEE Pei-Chen TPE 23 DEC 1998 6 0.156 12.38 q
5 392 CHANDRAN Kugapriya SIN 24 FEB 1998 7 0.134 12.40 q PB
6 281 LEE Hyeonhee KOR 2 MAY 1997 8 0.154 12.63
7 250 KAWASAKI Sara JPN 26 FEB 1998 3 0.189 12.64
8 259 IVANOVA Darya KAZ 19 DEC 1997 2 0.202 12.79

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SEMI-FINALS – HEAT 2 Start Time: 19:11 Wind: +2.8 m/s
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Lane Reaction
Time Result
1 367 RICHARDSON Kayla PHI 17 APR 1998 6 0.176 12.21 Q
2 178 SONG Min CHN 6 FEB 1997 7 0.179 12.30 Q
3 444 SINTAKSAB Kanchanaporn THA 8 DEC 1997 5 0.161 12.35 Q
4 460 HU Chia-Chen TPE 28 MAR 1997 9 0.180 12.49
5 362 ALALAWI Mazoon OMA 14 NOV 1997 4 0.150 12.61
6 204 KONG Chun Ki HKG 17 FEB 1998 8 0.179 12.71
7 407 DISSANAYAKE Chanchala SRI 6 JAN 1997 2 0.147 12.72
8 129 AKTER Ms. Aireen BAN 11 OCT 1997 3 0.160 12.78
Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the Final

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Final Results

Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Lane Result Reaction
Time
1 151 GE Manqi CHN 13 OCT 1997 7 0.192 11.91
2 421 CHAROENSUK Parichat THA 16 APR 1998 4 0.228 12.19
3 444 SINTAKSAB Kanchanaporn THA 8 DEC 1997 8 0.165 12.26
4 178 SONG Min CHN 6 FEB 1997 6 0.260 12.27
5 367 RICHARDSON Kayla PHI 17 APR 1998 5 0.283 12.30
6 368 RICHARDSON Kyla PHI 17 APR 1998 9 0.212 12.38
7 392 CHANDRAN Kugapriya SIN 24 FEB 1998 2 0.163 12.42
8 463 LEE Pei-Chen TPE 23 DEC 1998 3 0.170 12.43

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Pole Vault Results
比赛成绩
TUE 20 AUG 2013
Start Time: 19:20
Nanjing OSC Stadium
南京奥体中心体育场
ATW072101_73M 1.0 Report Created by Tissot TUE 20 AUG 2013 21:14
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Result
2.60
3.45
3.80
2.80
3.50
3.85
3.00
3.55
3.90
3.10
3.60
3.95
3.20
3.65
4.00
3.30
3.70
4.10
3.40
3.75
1 161 LI Chaoqun CHN 20 FEB 1997 4.00
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3 467 LIN Tsai-Ying TPE 17 APR 1997 – 3.55
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4 210 IDEA Jelita Rara INA 30 JUL 1997 3.50
PB

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5 391 CHANG An Zi SIN 5 AUG 1997 – o o o xxx 3.10
6 366 OBIENA Emily Jean PHI 28 FEB 1998 3.10
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7 253 DANILOVSKAYA Anna KAZ 15 APR 1998 o o o – xxx 3.00
238 AL-DULAIMI Zahraa IRQ 13 MAY 1997 xxx NM
471 SHEN Yi-Ju TPE 9 DEC 1997 – – – – xxx NM

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Long Jump Girls Qualification Round

Results
比赛成绩
TUE 20 AUG 2013
Start Time: 21:17
Nanjing OSC Stadium
南京奥体中心体育场
ATW061901_73O 1.0 Report Created by Tissot TUE 20 AUG 2013 22:13
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Result
Wind 1 2 3
1 422 CHUAIMAROENG Parinya THA 16 DEC 1997 5.64
+1.3 Q PB 5.39
+0.7
5.64
+1.3
2 462 HUANG Shih-Han TPE 12 NOV 1997 5.56
+0.9 q
5.28
+1.1
5.27
+0.4
5.56
+0.9
3 243 AMAGI Honoka JPN 24 DEC 1997 5.54
+0.4 q
x
-0.2
5.53
+0.8
5.54
+0.4
4 154 HONG Jingwen CHN 9 FEB 1997 5.49
+1.5 q
x
+0.9
x
+1.1
5.49
+1.5
5 128 VELUCHAMY Akshaya Sona Sri AOI 9 JUL 1997 5.45
+0.6 q =PB 5.45
+0.6
5.34
+1.0
5.32
+2.2
6 476 DIRDINA Viktoriya UZB 1 JUL 1998 5.44
0.0 q
x
+2.2
5.35
+0.8
5.44
0.0
7 491 CAO Mai Nhan VIE 11 MAR 1997 5.28
+1.9 q
x
-0.3
4.92
+0.4
5.28
+1.9
8 341 RAMASAMY Kirthana MAS 20 JAN 1997 5.05
+1.4
5.05
+1.4
4.90
+1.5
4.88
+1.3
9 207 WONG Pui Ling HKG 15 MAR 1997 4.96
+2.2
4.96
+2.2
4.93
+1.6
4.62
+1.6
10 362 ALALAWI Mazoon OMA 14 NOV 1997 4.82
+0.9
4.82
+0.9
4.59
+1.4
4.18
+1.3
11 390 BTE RAJA MOHAMAD ARIS R SIN 21 DEC 1997 4.69
+1.6
4.69
+1.6
4.66
+0.6
x
+2.1
12 240 FENJAN Shahad IRQ 1 OCT 1998 4.36
+0.1

Results
比赛成绩
TUE 20 AUG 2013
Start Time: 21:17
Nanjing OSC Stadium
南京奥体中心体育场
ATW061902_73O 1.0 Report Created by Tissot TUE 20 AUG 2013 22:14
Rank Bib Name NOC
Code Date of Birth Result
Wind 1 2 3
1 494 NGUYEN Thi Truc Mai VIE 20 MAR 1997 5.68
+1.3 Q PB 5.68
+1.3
2 474 WEN Wanju TPE 28 JAN 1997 5.52
+0.1 q
5.52
+0.1
5.12
+0.3
5.19
+0.9
3 282 LEE Hyeonjeong KOR 15 MAR 1997 5.33
+1.2 q
4.87
+0.9
5.33
+1.2
x
+0.9
4 415 W MUDIYANSELAGE KC Wijesiriwardane SRI 4 JUL 1997 5.32
+1.7 q
5.22
+0.6
x
+1.8
5.32
+1.7
5 166 LIAO Rui CHN 9 FEB 1997 5.30
0.0 q
5.30
0.0
5.29
+1.1
5.26
+1.1
6 365 DIESTO Mary Anthony PHI 30 AUG 1997 5.24
+1.2 PB 5.14
+0.8
5.24
+1.2
5.23
+2.1
7 483 MOLCHANOVA Oksana UZB 21 MAR 1997 5.19
-0.4
5.19
-0.4
x
+1.3
x
+1.0
8 223 AYOUBI FARD Zahra IRI 16 APR 1998 4.65
+1.4
4.54
+0.4
4.65
+1.4
4.58
+1.0
9 402 SCHMITT Anissa Sharmaine Jefri SIN 1 JUN 1998 4.60
+1.1
4.41
+0.9
4.60
+1.1
4.52
+1.0
10 136 AL TAMIMI Danah BRN 27 MAY 1997 4.09
+1.2
4.09
+1.2
x
+0.3
x
+1.3
11 308 ALKHASHTY Shahed KUW 1 JUL 1998 3.92
+0.8

 

Girls Triple Jump
Mary Anthony Diesto 10.96m.

 

Girls 200m

H2 Kayla Richardson 25.54 2nd Q.
H4 Kyla Richardson 25.74 2nd Q.

Kayla Richardson 26.13 4th SF1 dnq.
Kyla Richardson 25.86 4th SF2 q.
Final Kyla Richardson 25.73 5th.

 

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