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2018 March South East Asian Report

2018 March South East Asian Report – Perak All comers

2018 March South East Asian Report
Jonathan Nyepa

At the Perak Allcomers at Lumut. While Jonathan Nyepa took the 100m improving his seasons 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.

World Half Marathon Championships

Also, SEA Games Champion Soh Roi Yong improved his season-best to 1:08:28 at the world half marathon champs in Valencia, Spain. So the Singaporean finished 121 of 152 entries. While Rio Olympian Jane Vongvorachoti of Thailand clocked 1:21.52 to finish 105 of 117 entries.

2015 and 2017 SEA Games Marathon Champion Soh Roi Yong

Malaysians Grab SEA Season leads leading to Commonwealth and Asian Games

March 21, 2018

Kuala Lumpur Allcomers 18 March

While Several Malaysian athletes launched SEA Leading Marks 3 months into 2018. At the Kuala, Lumpur all-comers meet organized by the FTAA.

Also, Iskandar Alwi has broken the Malaysian National Record with a leap of 5.31m, along the way leaping 5.26m, eclipsing his SEA Games bronze mark of 5.25m. Alwi shares the SEA lead with Umsum-Ang of Thailand.

Iskandar Alwi

Luqman Hakim had a monster PB with a 7.82m mark, which puts him clearly in front as the South East Asian leader. While his previous best was 7.62m at the Malaysian Champs last April in Lumut. While in Triple Jump Muhammad Hakimi Ismail leaped 16.27m to improve his seasons best and extend his SEA lead, leading up to the Commonwealth Games.

“I did not expect to be able to make 7.82m because at first I was just trying to get the best post but after the decision was released and the officer wrote it 7.82m I was shocked because it’s such an amazing thing for me.

 

“If my target this year only reach the distance of 7.70m to brighten my chances to the 2018 Asian Games because I know the opportunity for the 2018 Commonwealth Games is almost impossible for me,” he said when met by reporters yesterday.

 

The note, which is only 0.06m behind Josbert Tinus’s national record of 7.88m was created in Bangkok, Thailand in 2007, also received the attention of national sports coaches, Zainal Abas.

 

“I met the head of the coach (Zainal) after the game ended and he told me that the 7.82m distance has allowed me to qualify for the Asian Games.

Luqman qualifies for the Asian Games

SEA Games Champion Khairul Hafiz Jantan opened his season with a time of 10.34, around the same as what he ran a the SEA Games. Also, Jantan should be running in the big international event, The Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast next month. Also the 21-year-old holds a PB of 10.18. Which he is hoping to break.  While Newcomer Mohammed Zulfiqar Ismail took second in 10.46. He is not a member of the national team. 7 of the runners (all Malaysians) ran below 10.75. Also Haiqal a member of the 4×100 was third in 10.47.

Jantan (150) (middle) 10.34 opener. Pic by NSTP/ASYRAF HAMZAH

Also, Jonathan Nyepa (PB 10.28) who came last in the 100 ran an SEA leading 21.24 to win the 200m.

Results and Updates www.adriansprints.com

*More Results coming in next few days

Sources:

2018 February South East Asian Report

Pre-Asian Games Day 1 and 2 Report 17-year-old Zohri 10.25

Other Day 2 and 3 SEA Results

SEA Athletes to take season leads included Eki Ekawati took the season lead in women’s shot put with a 15.32m 2nd place. Tehupeiory ran 1:00.52 in the 400 Hurdles, moving ahead of Dipna Lim 1:01 in Perth.

Three Indonesians competed in the Men’s Pole Vault and 17-year-old Idan Richsaun took the SEA lead with a 4.90m vault. Competing Solo SEA Games Record Holder and Champion Jackie Wong Chiew Sier of Malaysia heaved a SEA lead with a 64.96m Hammer throw. In the Women’s 200m Zulkifili who won the 100 didn’t start but Ulfa of Indonesia was 2nd in a 2 person race in 24.86. SEA Games bronze medalist Aravinn Gunasegaran of Malaysia clocked a season opener of 21.67 after having run a 48.02 the other week in Malaysia.

Pre-Asian Games Day 1 New Kid on the Blocks Muhammad Lalu Zohri sets Indonesian Junior Record in 100m 10.25 (videos)

Andrew is an ATFS Statiscian in Athletics with a wide range of knowledge in measurable sports. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. And is current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Currently, he is 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]

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New Kid on the Blocks

Indonesia’s Lalu Mohammed Zohri caused a massive surprise at Day 1 of the Pre-Asian Games Test to meet in Palembang, Indonesia. Indonesia held the event for Athletics February 11-14, 201 athletes and 11 countries joined the athletics. Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines joined from SEA Nations.

A large home team from Indonesia saw some very positive results. None more so than 17-year-old discovery Lalu Mohammed Zohri. Zohri up against Seniors clocked the fastest time in the heats taking heat 1 in  10.25 (+1.1).  And ended up narrowly second in the final 10.32 to Vinoj Muthumuni (Sri Lanka) 10.30 (-0.3) who he had beaten in the heats. 

Lalu lane 1, and lane 4 Sri Lanka. (Foto: Fanny Kusumawardhani/kumparan)

Zohri time was the 2nd fastest ever by an Indonesian athlete and a National Junior Record.

The National Record belongs to 2x SEA Games Suraya Agung Wibowo which is 10.17 done in 2009 set at the Laos SEA Games.

With All-Athletics.com now out of service, it is difficult to find out what Zohri PB is for 100. But data indicates he was mainly a 200 runner who has now started running more 100m.

In 2017 he ran a 21.96 in April at the Indonesia Youth meet. Then he improved a few months later to run a 21.74 200m in 2017 as a 16-year-old so it will be interesting to see what he ends up running in the 200m Dash at this meet. He was the silver medalist at the 2017 ASEAN School Games 200m.

100M Other SEA Athletes

Of the other SEA Athletes in action 2015, SEA Games Silver Medalist Boby Yaspi clocked 10.43, and new Indonesian athlete Dewa Mudiyasa the National Games Champion from last December timed 10.53. Jonathan Nyepa of Malaysia who opened with 10.78 at SUKIPT improved to 10.53. Malaysians Hanafi 10.66, and Nixson Kennedy 10.68. 

Absent from the 100 was SEA Games Champion Khairul Jantan of Malaysia.

Zulkifli in Women’s

Zulkifili

Malaysia’s SEA Games Silver Medalist, Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifili won the Women’s 100m.

The 25-year-old improved her seasons best from SUKIPT in Malaysia a few days ago from 12.04 to 11.82 in this race.  A trio of Indonesian women ran their first race of 2018Yuliana took Bronze in 12.06, Satriani 4th in 12.09, and Murtinisingh 5th in 12.11.

(Foto: Fanny Kusumawardhani/kumparan)

Meanwhile, in the Decathlon the other Filipino entry on Day 1, SEA Games Champion Aries Toledo made the best he could as there was only one other athlete in his event. 

Londa wins in 6.43m

The Winner of the Long Jump Women’s Maria Londa of Indonesia

Maria Londa the 2015 SEA Games Champion, established the Lead in 2018 SEA Rankings with a Gold in 6.43m in the Women’s Long Jump. Neither Asian & SEA Games Champion Bui (Vietnam) who has jumped 6.20 to win Asian Indoors or Marestella (Philippines) who will open in April made an appearance at this meet.  Londa won by a mere 1cm  beating Indian duo Neena (6.42) and James (6.16) who were Silver and Bronze at the Last Asian Championships.

SEA Games 110 Hurdles Champion Rayzam Shah Sofian of Malaysia opened his season with a bronze in 14.01, while Indonesia Rio Maholtra clocked 14.09. While in the Women’s 100  Hurdles  Emilia Nova clocked a 2018 SEA Lead with 14.16. 

SEA Games Silver Medallist and 2005 Asian Champion Lee Hup Wei easily took the win in the Men’s High Jump in 2.19m, he has jumped 2.28m in Australia last month. 

 

Thai’s on the Move

Also reported, but results delayed in Thai Athletes doing extremely well SEA Games Silver Medalist Umsum-Ang of Thailand vaulted 5.31m in Szcezin Poland. Taking the SEA Season lead.

In Japan  Linda Janthachit a new Thai Runner has taken the Women’s Marathon season lead winning her race in Kitasyuhu on Feb 18 in  2h49.56. This came as a big improvement on her2h57.20 run also for the Japan Based Janthachit. She became the 7th Thai woman to break 2h50.

While making a return over in Europe is the 2016 Rio Olympian Jane Vongvorotchi who timed 1h18.51 to take the season lead in the women’s Half Marathon at Las Palmas, Spain on January 21. Vongvorotchi who is now based in England had not competed since the Rio Olympics.

Singapore also makes Marks

Feb 24, 2018

Singapore’s Zubin Percy Muncherji also pelted his 400 Indoor record with a 47.82-sec run, Improving from his 48.50 last month. 

Dipna Lim

While Dipna Lim clocked 59.55 and met the 59.78 qualifying standard for Singapore to go to the Asian Games. Dipna who is the SEA Games silver medalist in this event the last 2 SEA Games. Clocked her time in Perth, Australia at the Strive C Meet. It is the fastest time and first sub 1 minute clocking since her PB of 59.24 in the 2015 SEA Games.

SUKIPT Malaysia

Feb 11, 2018

Sprint Double for Aqil. Who did not make the cut for the Pre-Asian Games in Indonesia? Aqil 10.53 leads the 2018 SEA Rankings.

20-year-old Muhammad Aqil Yasmin of Malaysia sped to a 10.53 victory (PB 10.48) at the SUKIPT meet in Malaysia, he held off national athlete Jonathan Nyepa 10.76 and Muhammad Nazrul Azman 10.83. Aqil went onto score a sprint double with a smart 21.64.

Husniah Zulkifili opens her season with 12.04.

Meanwhile in the Women’s 100m SEA Games Silver medalist Husniah Zulkifili opened her season with a handy 12.04 ahead of visiting Thai Sureewan Rowan 12.39. Zulkifili skipped the 200m.

The 400m Men’s was won by SEA Games 200m Bronze Medalist Arvainn Gunasegaran in 48.06, from Kwong Kar Jun. In the Women’s a bevy of visiting Thai’s Ratchada Talee (56.51), Thanphong Aodee (56.56) and Jotamas Khonkham (56.77) took the first 3 spots. 

Fathin Faqhihah of Sabah was the fastest Malaysian in 57.43. Faqhihah also with the absence of Thai’s and Zulkifili won the 200 in 25.76.

SEA Leads for 2018 were established with Asif Jiyaudeen took the 800m in 1:55.82, Luqman Hakim Ramlan won the Long Jump in 7.55m. In Women’s Teoh Kim Chyi 2:15.04 in 800.


 

Perth

2015 SEA Games 200m Champion Shanti Veronica Pereira of Singapore. Built on her Seasons Lead for Women’s 200m improving her 24.85 on Jan 15, to 24.61 (1.5) to place second at a meet in Perth, Australia. SEA Games silver medalist 400 Hurdles Dipna Lim opened her season with a win in 1.01.74.

2015 SEA Games Champion Shanti Veronica Pereira leads the 200M SEA Rankings 24.61.

Pereira joined with the Women’s Team of Enn, Menon and Nur Izlyn to clock 47.77, the Men’s Team clocked 41.68 in the 4×100. The relays both missed out on Commonwealth Games qualification. Meanwhile, at Gladstein studying at Indiana University, Singapore National Record Holder Zubin Muncherji clocked a 49.09.

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2018 Asian Indoor Athletics Full Results + SEA REPORT (04.02.18 Updated)

Due to the fact that Results keep disappearing off the internet, after a set amount of time. We are archiving The 2018 Asian Indoor Athletics Results. Which was held February 2 to 4 in Tehran, Iran. Please note very limited countries entered mainly former Soviet Republics and a lot of participation from host Iran.

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Asian Indoor Athletics – South East Asia Report Vietnam 1 Gold and 3 Bronzes (updated 04.02.18)

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statistician 

The Asian Indoor in Tehran saw very few South East Asian participants. And it is in progress in Tehran, Iran February 1 to February 3. The only South East Asian represented in Vietnam. Who have sent a rather skeleton team? 

Day 3

As the competition concluded Vietnam the only participating SEA Nation at the Asian Indoor Athletics in Tehran finished 7th of 12th nations with 1 Gold and 3 Bronze medals.

Asian and SEA Champion Bui Thi Thao won the Long Jump for Vietnam in 6.20m.

Another Bronze was added from Nguyen Thi Oanh SEA Games 1500m Champion, she timed 4:28.87 to go with the 3000m Bronze she won the other day. But it was nearly 20 seconds away from the National Indoor Record. 

Vietnam Nguyen Tien Trong fouled his long jumps in the final.

Day 1

Starting with Thi Oanh Nguyen the 2015 SEA Games Champion at 1500 and 5000, took a bronze in the Women’s 3000m in a time of 9:48.48 which was not quite enough to get near the 11-year-old National Indoor record of Bui Thi Hien 9:36.38 set at the 2007 Asian Indoor Games in Macau.

Bui Thi Thao

Vietnam dished out its second medal, on Day 1 with another bronze courtesy of SEA Games Long Jump Champion Bui Thi Thao who also shattered the National Indoor Record with a 13.22m leap. Well above the 13-year-old national record set in 2005 by Bui Thi Nhat Thanh.

While in the qualifying round of Long Jump Nguyen Trien Trong leaped 7.50m to qualify 3rd= for the men’s final. It eclipsed his own national record of 7.48m set at the Asian Indoor and martial art games last year.

2018 January Roundup Athletics South East Asia

Muncherji opens up Season with 4 Indoor National Records, Singapore Highlights

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Stastiscian 

Singapore’s 400m Record Holder Percy Zubin Muncherji who is now studying at Indiana University. While opening up his seasons with quite a few impressive runs. And Mucherji  who ran indoors for the first time shattered the National Indoor Records.

All runs were recorded at Bloomington, Indiana. 

Muncherji broke the records In 200 and 400 of Yusof Azahari(23.14, Aviva Indoor Grand Prix 2006), and  Shafiq Kashmiri 49.57 set in New Haven, United States 2008.

4 National Indoor Records

Beginning on December 8, 2017, when Zubin clocked 1:04.38 a newly established Singapore record in the 500m. This was followed on Jan 6, 2018, with a 48.50 run an indoor 400 record. Also marks later of 48.70, 48.66, 48.64.  On Jan 19, 1:21.99 an indoor 600 record. And on Jan 27 a 200 indoor record of 22.60.

He did not participate in the 2017 SEA Games, due to military service. But was 5th at 2014 Asian Juniors.

Lee Hup Wei clears 2.28m at 30

January 30, 2018

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statiscian 

(with info from Adriansprints.com)

At 30 years of age Lee Hup Wei showed his career was far from over. The SEA Games silver medallist in the High Jump of Malaysia won the ACT Champs in Canberra, Australia on January 27 with a 2.28m effort. Wei cleared 2.15, 2.20, 2.24 and then 2.28.

Lee Hup Wei eclipsed his previous best of 2.27m, which he did three times in 2008 (Beijing), 2010 (Chennai), and 2010 (Naimette), respectively. 

Wei was the 2007 Asian Champion and 2007, 2009, and 2011 SEA Games Champion. Before playing second fiddle to countryman Nauraj Singh Randhawa. On this occasion, however, Randhawa faded to fifth place with 2.15m.  At the 2017 SEA Games Singh won the SEA Games in 2.24m on countback, with Hup Wei also tying at 2.24m both breaking the SEA Games record.

Hopefully, Malaysia will send Wei with Nauraj Singh to the Commonwealth Games as he is ranked 6th on the 2017-2018 Commonwealth rankings (according to Adriansprints.com).

Very Good Article on Adriansprints.com

Jumpers in Kazakhstan

Hakimi Ismail wins the 2017 SEA Games (The Star Online)

Meanwhile, in Kazakhstan SEA Games Champion Muhammad Hakimi Bin Ismail, 26 opened his season with a modest 15.93m indoors at the Olga Ryapkova meet. He missed out on his national indoor record of 16.00m set at the Asian Indoor Champs in Huangzhou in 2014. His team mate Kirthana Ramasamy, 20 registered an opening indoor leap of 12.48m.

Kirthana Ramasamy

Perlis Open

With alot of performances hand-timed at the first track meet in Malaysia for 2018. Muhammad Faudzli won the 100 in 10.6 to take the early 2018 lead for South East Asia. Ruslem Zikry won the 400 Hurdles in 56.3.

Azreen Alias took the women’s 100m in 12.1. Teoh Kim Chyi won the 1500 in 4:59.2. While Janice Jin won the 3000m in 11:47.1. Juriani Rohdzi won the 100 Hurdles in 15.4.

More Results at Adriansprints.com

IVP Singapore Results 13.01.18 to 21.01.18

Only Results good enough for SEA Top 10 2018

Womens

100M (17) (-0.9) S. Vernoica Pereirra 12.08

1500M (17)  Z. Yee Ling 5:03.01

100H (17) 0.0 J. Ong 15.80, S. Raj 16.40, S. Tan 16.60

Mens

100M (17) H1 (-0.6) K. Amri 11.16, H2 (-1.4) D. Liew 11.34

100H (17) H1 (0.0) C. Ang 14.70, D. Ang 15.17, H2 (0.0) L. Ong 15.34

14.01.18 Singapore Track and Field Series 1

Singapore Athletes only no Filipino Athlete, performances good enough for Top 10 SEA

Rankings which will be published at the end of the month.

SEA Games High Jump Champion Michelle Sng

Mens:

110H: Chen Xiang Ang 14.49 (0.8)

Womens:

100M: Anwar Kashful (00) 12.73, Be Lee Yiew Ling (03) 12.84 (0.0)

100H: Ke Ong Jin Rong 15.50, Tia Louise Rozario (00) 15.69 (0.0)

HJ: Michelle Sng 1.82m 

14.01.18 Ho Chi Minh City Marathon, Vietnam

Womens Half Marathon

Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong VIE1.30.00
Truong Te Le Thuy VIE1.30.14
Pi Nang Re Chem VIE1.31.04
Thanh Giang Hua VIE1.34.43
Kieu Thi Hai Yen VIE1.35.52

Womens Marathon

Pham Thi Hong Le VIE3.08.39
Truong Thi Le Thuy VIE3.10.37
Hoang Thi Ngoc Hoa VIE3.20.06
Nguyet Do Thi VIE3.48.26

Mens Half Marathon

Cao Hung PhuJVIE1.19.00
Quy Nguyen Quoc VIE1.19.13
Hoang Doan Ngoc VIE1.19.57

Mens Marathon

Ngueyn Quong Duong VIE2.42.55
Long Nguyen Van VIE2.43.48
Hi Le Tan VIE2.47.32
Nhat Ha Van VIE2.51.25
Loc Huynh Thai VIE2.52.01

14.01.18 Thailand Don Bosco at Udon Thani

Mens Results not good enough for January Top 10 in South East Asia. Only 2 Womens

Results. Translated, but not sure about spellings of names.

21K:  Nam Som 1h34.29 (50+ Category)

01.01.18 New Years Day Run, Kuala Lumpur

Sheela Samivellu

Half Marathon Womens

Sheela SamivelluMAS1.21.54
Loh Chooi FernMAS1.28.51
Tahira Najmunisaa Muhammad ZaidMAS1.32.09

Half Marathon Mens

Poo Vastanthan SubramaniamMAS1.12.55
Arash Nasri EghbaliMAS1.14.10
Shaharudin HashimMAS1.17.09
Muniady A/L RamadassMAS1.17.49
Muhammad Firdaus Abdul RasidMAS1.18.05

 

 

 

Andrew is an ATFS Statiscian in Athletics with a wide range of knowledge in measurable sports. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. And is current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Currently, he is 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]

By Andrew Pirie

Andrew is an ATFS Statiscian in Athletics with a wide range of knowledge in measurable sports. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. And is current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Currently, he is 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]

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