Nguyễn Thị Oanh continues to amaze 1:15.24 Half Marathon

Nguyễn Thị Oanh

Nguyễn Thị Oanh continues to amaze 1:15.24 Half Marathon

Thi Oanh Nugyen, 27 continued to amaze opening the 1st day of 2023 with a 1:15.24 at the Herbalife Vietnam International Half Marathon in Hanoi. Nguyen mark of 1:15.24 smashed the National record of Pham Thi Binh set 10 years ago.

The distance was 21.09km standard for a Half Marathon and accredited by the Asian Athletics Association according to the organizers website.

Oanh now owns the national record in four events 3000m Steeples, 5000m, 10000m and Half Marathon. Her time of 1:15.24 was faster than the Philippine Record 1:16.27 of Mary Joy Tabal. And also ahead of the 2022 leading time of another Filipino athlete Christine Hallasgo the 2019 SEA Games Champion in Marathon who led 2022 with 1:20.



Giải Nhất: Ngô Khánh Ny thành tích 19:29
Giải Nhì: Ngô Thị Chinh thành tích 20:54
Giải Ba: Nguyễn Thị Chuyên thành tích 21:01
Giải Nhất: Đinh Thanh Huệ thành tích 15:20
Giải Nhì: Nguyễn Đình Tuấn thành tích 16:57
Giải Ba: Nguyễn Mạnh Cường thành tích 17:28
Giải Nhất: Lê Thị Thanh Quỳnh thành tích 41:30
Giải Nhì: Nguyen Hanh thành tích 42:05
Giải Ba: Nguyễn Thị Trà Giang thành tích 42:17
Giải Tư: Nguyễn Thị Thanh Xuân thành tích 43:26
Giải Năm: Nguyễn Thị Ánh Tuyết thành tích 46:20
Giải Nhất: Nguyễn Danh Cao thành tích 34:20
Giải Nhì: Nguyễn Thành Đạt thành tích 35:29
Giải Ba: Nguyễn Duy Đạt thành tích 36:55
Giải Tư: Nguyễn Văn Tuyển thành tích 37:06
Giải Năm: Trần Quang Độ thành tích 37:33
Giải Nhất: Lê Anh Hào thành tích 33:31
Giải Nhì: Lê Tiến Long thành tích 34:31
Giải Ba: Sơn Tiến Phát thành tích 35:32
Giải Nhất: Nông Thị Chang thành tích 1:26:17
Giải Nhì: Nguyễn Phương Thùy Nguyễn Phương thành tích 1:29:48
Giải Ba: Thái Thị Hồng thành tích 1:30:07
Giải Tư: Nguyễn Thị Lụa thành tích 1:31:13
Giải Năm: Lê Minh Tuân thành tích 1:31:11
Giải Sáu: Bùi Thị Bình thành tích 1:31:34
Giải Bảy: Hoàng Thị Hồng Uyên thành tích 1:35:56
Giải Tám: Băng Thạch Long Trinh tích 1:35:28
Giải Chín: Lộc Thị Thúy Giang tích 1:36:56
Giải Mười: Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Anh thành tích 1:36:57
Giải Nhất: Hoàng Hữu Hanh thành tích 1:15:30
Giải Nhì: Đỗ Văn Hoàng thành tích 1:15:44
Giải Ba: Cao Ngọc Hà thành tích 1:15:55
Giải Tư: Chu Văn Hảo thành tích 1:16:15
Giải Năm: Hồ Chí Thiên thành tích 1:16:28
Giải Sáu: Hà Văn Dược thành tích 1:18:08
Giải Bảy: Nguyễn Đông Định thành tích 1:18:30
Giải Tám: Vương Xuân Hồng Quang thành tích 1:18:45:1
Giải Chín: Hoàng Tấn Việt thành tích 1:18:45:7
Giải Mười: Nguyễn Phương Quang thành tích 1:18:55
Giải Nhất: Nguyễn Thị Oanh thành tích 1:15:23 (VIE)
Giải Nhì: Chien-Ho Hsieh thành tích 1:19:35 (TPE)
Giải Ba: Linda Janthachit thành tích 1:20:52 (THA)
Giải Tư: Lê Thị Bích thành tích 1:21:53 (VIE)
Giải Nhất: Đỗ Quốc Luật thành tích 1:07:39 (VIE)
Giải Nhì: Nguyễn Văn Lai thành tích 1:07:40 (VIE)
Giải Ba: Sanchai Namkhet thành tích 1:08:02 (THA)
Giải Tư: Ting Yim Chou thành tích 1:09:35 (TPE)
Giải Năm: Trịnh Quốc Lượng thành tích 1:10:46 (VIE)

Nguyen Thi Oanh clocks 33 mins 13.23 in the Womens 10,000m a new National Record

In the Vietnam National Games in Hanoi. The SEA Record for womens at 10,000m is 32 m49.47 by Olympian Triyaningsih of Indonesia set in the Laos SEA Games in 2007.
In fact, the Top 4 Girls were all well below the 35m56.38 Gold Medal mark of the 2021 SEA Games of Pham Thi Hong Le who settled for silver today with 33m58.20. Can U imagine you running 2 minutes faster than your SEA Games winning time and it’s only good enough for Silver at the Vietnam National Games.
1 26 Nguyễn Thị Oanh 15/08/1995 Bắc Giang “33:13.23
Phá kỷ lục ĐH
Phá kỷ lục QG”
2 53 Phạm Thị Hồng Lệ 01/02/1998 Bình Định 33:58.20
3 315 Lê Thị Tuyết 26/03/2004 Phú Yên 34:03.17
4 407 Lò Thị Thanh 09/11/1997 Sơn La 34:15.03
5 329 Đoàn Thu Hằng 27/10/2001 Quảng Ninh 37:22.98

Nguyễn Thị Oanh 4 GOLD MEDALS

Oanh is the only SEA Games Triple, Individual Gold medalist. She won the women’s 1500m 5000m and 3000m Steeple Chase in New Clark Philippines last year.

At the Vietnam SEA Games Trials held November 10-14 in Hanoi, Nguyễn Thị Oanh again will run the 1500m, 5000m, 10000m, and 3000m Steeple Chase.


Nguyễn Thị Oanh rounded up 4 individual titles at the Vietnam SEA Games Trials.

She won the 3000m steeplechase in 10:20.

But the best performance was to come. Outshining her 4:13.88 performance on Day 2. 

Oanh clocked a new National Record of 34:08.54.

Absolutely obliterating the 17-year-old national record of 34:48.28 of Nu Truc Van Doan set in 2003 at the SEA Games the last time Vietnam hosted.

Second placer Phạm Thị Hồng Lệ the SEA Games Silver Medalist in 10,000m and bronze medalist in the Marathon also went under the old record with 34:30.61.

Nguyễn Thị Oanh’s time was more than 2 minutes faster than Pham Thi Hue’s winning performance at the 2019 SEA Games of 36:23.24.

Phạm Thị Hồng Lệ who took silver their clocked 36:32.34.

Meaning she has improved by just over 2 minutes since.

Perhaps a sign of things to come with Vietnam winning every single women’s event 400m and up, including 400 Hurdles, 4×400 relay, Steeples, and the Walks in the 2019 SEA Games.

The only event they did not win was the Marathon, but I’m sure they have their eyes on that as well.


Day 2  Nguyễn Thị Oanh 4:13.88 for 1500m

Thị Oanh wins the 1500m in 4:13.88

The 25-year-old Nguyễn Thị Oanh clocked an impressive 4:13.88, which was 3.5 seconds faster than the 4:17.31 she did a year ago at the SEA Games.

And it also broke her personal best time of 4:14.67 that she ran 2 years ago.

Trương Thanh Hằng holds the Vietnam National Record with a time of 4:09.58 set at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China, where she collected the silver medal.

The second and third also had respectable times.

Khuất Phương Anh, the SEA Games Bronze medalist in this event, took silver in 4:26.77.

Upcoming Bùi Thị Ngân, the ASEAN School Games 2018 and 2019 Champion in the 800m and 1500m, took bronze in 4:28.38, smashing her personal best 4:33.62.

Such is the depth of talent for Vietnam in Women’s Middle Distance that they occupy 8 of the 10 top spots in the Women’s 1500m in 2020.

And a lot of them born in 2001 or after.

Vietnam Women’s Final 1500m

Day 1 5000m

Nguyễn Thị Oanh

Thị Oanh started off the meet with a 16:58.93.

The time was well off her 16:45.98 SEA Games gold medal time and personal best of 16:20.26 set in 2018.

Despite this, Nguyễn Thị Oanh was able to take the 2020 SEA Lead in Rankings.

Phạm Thị Hồng Lệ, the SEA Games silver medalist at 10,000m, took silver with 17:01.93, the #2 time in South East Asia this year.

Another upcoming junior, Đoàn Thu Hằng, the 2018 SEA Youth Champion in 1500 and 3000, and the 2019 ASEAN School Games Champion, took bronze in 17:23.64. 

Which also smashed her personal best of 17:42.87 from 2 years ago.







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