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Perak Allcomers 2019-2022 Results

Perak Allcomers 2022 Results

Highlights

  • Mohd Saat 10.48 100m Mens Heats won Finals 10.59
  • Jantan 10.61 100m Mens Heats
  • Nyepa 10.61 100m Mens Heats
  • Jackie Wong Siew Cheer 65.37m Mens Hammer New Meet Record
  • Sadat Marzuqui Bin Ajisan 58.98m Mens Hammer surpassed his old meet record (56.21m)
  • Mohd Rizua Bin Mohammed 14.11 110 Hurdles Final (-0.1) beat 2017 SEA Games Champion Rayzam Shah Sofian 14.40.
  • Muhammed Irfan Samsuddin 57.15m Men’s Discus meet record
  • Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli 11.96 Heats Womens 100, won final in 12.01. former SEA Games bronze medalist 100 & 200 2017. Zulkfili also won the 200 in 24.66 (outside her 24.57 meet record set in 2016)
  • Prabudass Krishnan 3:55.59 1500m Gold Medal standard SEA Games, Hamizan 4:01.90 and Sanjay Manimaran 4:03.96 also under the low-quality gold medal standard of 2019 SEA Games.
  • Queenie Ting Kung Ni 47.37m Meet Record women’s Discus (beating 2019 of Choo Kang Ni 45.41m 2019)
  • Farm Loong Deng Mens Shotput 16.24m
  • Grace Wong Xiu Mei 61.14m Meet Records women’s Hammer (beating her own record from way back 2016 of 53.40m).
  • Fahmi 21.45 heats of 200, but 3rd final. Nyepa wins 21.49 with Kwar Kong Jun and Fahmi both tied at 21.55.
  • Muhammad Zahari wins 800 narrowly 1:53.17 over Avinesh Murugan 1:53.67.

 

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Usain Bolt of Malaysia shatters 200m record at Perak meet

IPOH, Feb 22 — Secondary school student, Muhammad Azeem Mohd Fahmi who is hailed as Usain Bolt of Malaysia is not an exaggeration of his sprinting prowess as he continues to set new records. 

The young national talent in his latest conquest smashed the men’s 200 meters record at the All-Comers 1 Athletics Champions at Perak Stadium here today in 21.04 seconds to crack the record of 21.44s set by G. Aravinn in 2016.

Muhammad Azeem who is representing Perak School Sports Council said he was not only thrilled with breaking the championship record, but he also improved his personal best of 21.15s set during the Thailand School Sports Championship (TSSG) in Khong Kaen, Thailand in August last year.

“I was just focusing on doing my best and did not expect to break the record and bettered my time.

“I am very delighted and grateful as this is the first championship I am running this year and in my home ground too. I am blessed,” he told Bernama here today.

In the race, the 16-year-old defeated V. Haarissh representing Selangor (22.04s) while Mohd Hafiz Danial Roslan (Kelantan) took the bronze in 22.28s.— Bernama

Source: https://www.malaymail.com/amp/news/sports/2020/02/22/usain-bolt-of-malaysia-shatters-200m-record-at-perak-meet/1839941?fbclid=IwAR2PcvOF6hrCi191QQcHZBjr1fiG1Eupz5NmzDN-RNqV7lWCv3ftYoQrO_I


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All comers

At the Perak Allcomers at Lumut.

While Jonathan Nyepa took the 100m improving his season’s best to 10.48.

Also Nyepa a member of the 4×100 clocked a PB of 10.28 last year in Taipei he beat training partners Haiqal Hanafi and Badrul Manap.

Nyepa laster teamed up with Hanafi, Manap, and Jantan in the 4×100 which clocked 40.12

. In preparation for the CommonwealthGames in a few weeks.

While in the Women’s 100m SEA Games Silver medalist Zulkifili clocked 11.90 to win the 100m unchallenged by more than a whole second, with second trailing way back in 12.92.

And the Long Jump winner was Andre Anuar whose PB of 7.51m was good enough to qualify him for the Asian Junior Championships in Gifu, Japan.


Perak All-Comers Ipoh, Malaysia Feb 23-24 RESULTS

Zulkifli runs an impressive 11.65 into a -2.6 headwind at 2019 Perak Allcomers. Zulkifli and Nyepa will be training in Atlanta starting next month chasing the 11.24 Olympic qualifying standard.

 

Some Highlights of the Meet Include the following who are now leading the SEA Rankings in 2019.

  • Women’s 100m – Zulkifili timing 11.65 into a big -2.6 headwind which is a seasoned leader for Southeast Asia. Her PB is 11.58 +1.8.
  • Women’s Long Jump – Nadia Zuki 6.00m
  • Women’s Triple Jump – Kirthana Ramasamy 13.28m
  • Women’s Shotput – Bibi Ishak 12.04m
  • Women’s Discus – Choo Kang Ni 45.41m
  • Men’s 5000m – Christopher Soosai 15:44.14
  • Men’s Long Jump – Andre Anura 7.63m (PB from 7.31m) turning 20 in April.
  • Men’s High Jump – Lee Hup Wei 2.20m
  • Men’s 4×100 40.48

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