Thailand Athletics 2019

Last Updated on May 5, 2021 by pirie

Thailand Athletics 2019

2019 Thailand Open FULL RESULTS (19.05.19)

  • 10 athletes compose of Sunang, cariño, ubas, toledo, ligmayo, dequinan, uy, malipay, giron, vilog
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In Women’s 4×100, the only southeast Asian Team to take part was Thailand. Thailand ran 44.24, slower than their 43.99 5th place finish they secured at Asian Champs. Thai women finished 12th in the world of 24 teams.

Thailand was the silver medaLlist at the 2017 SEA Games with  44.62. SEA Games Champion Vietnam (43.88) failed to put a team together. Thailand has come along way since hiring American coach Loren Seagrave, who previously was responsible for Vietnam’s rapid progress. The quartet was composed of Tasaporn Wanakit, Chattha, Pakdee, and Thipat and finished 3rd in Heat 1. 

2017 SEA Games Bronze medalist Philippines (44.81) also failed to qualify with not enough outings together. The team of Zion Corrales-Nelson, Kristina Knott, Kayla Richardson, and Kyla Richardson clocked 45.72, which wasn’t quite enough to make the standard for the world relays in Yokohama.

Japan finished behind  Thailand with 44.95 at Asian Champs. Clocked the same time here as Thai’s with 44.24. Meanwhile, China, who won the Asian Champs, was disqualified. Kazakhstan, who took silver at Asian Champs with 43.37, clocked 43.71.  Bahrain, the bronze medalList at Asian Champs, did not participate. 

The USA took the world lead with a 42.51 clocking to win the first heat.

World Relays

What about Men’s?

Recently crowned Asian Champions Thailand Men’s 4×100 finished 13th in the world of 24 teams with a time of 38.82. The mark was outside the Thai’s southeast Asian record and gold medal time at Doha, Qatar last month 38.72.

In a depleted Asian Championships, the final were Japan, India, Sri Lanka, Bahrain. Malaysia didn’t join. Thailand was given the win after finishing behind China, which was disqualified.

Thai Mens 4×100 the Asian Champions got within .1 of their SEA Record.

China, however, on this occasion, progressed to the final with a 38.51 timing. Thailand finished 6th in heat 1.  Japan was disqualified here. Indonesia clocked a season’s best of 39.29, improving on their time of 39.94 at Asian Champs.

But still yet to yield a full-strength team despite adding Zohri this time around but resting there next best 3 runners. They came 7th in Heat 1. Indonesia finished 17th, but 5 teams it beat were disqualified.

Surprisingly Great Britain leads the qualifiers with 38.11, Brazil 38.22, Italy 38.29, USA 38.34, France 38.46, Turkey 38.47, Jamaica 38.51, and the Chinese 38.51.

Thailand Athletics 2019: Tabby Jane clocks season lead for Marathon (February)

Jane Vongvorachoti Thailand Athletics 2019

Olympic Marathoner. Jane Vongvorochoti of Thailand clocked 2:48.36 in the Seville Marathon on 17th February in Spain. Tabby Jane is the training partner of Mary Joy Tabal.

Is the season leader for South East Asia in 2019. Pham Hi Thong Le led last year in 2018 in 2h48.21. Mary Joy Tabal is the defending SEA Games Champion; she ran 2h48.26 to win the Gold in the 2017 SEA Games. Jane did not run the 2017 SEA Games but finished ahead of Tabal at the 2016 Olympics and behind her at the 2018 Asian Games.

Thailand University Games – PB for Jirapong

Jirapong Meenapra
Jirapong Meenapra

Jirapong Meenapra sailed to a new PB of 21.08 at the Thai Uni Games, in Ubon Ratchathani in the 200m Meenapra who was the 2013 SEA Games Champion in 100 and 200. Had a previous best mark of 21.09 2 years ago. Meenapra more recently won the ASEAN University Games with a time of 21.12 with his hands up in the air 5-10m out. 

Meenapra 21.08 was in the semifinals, he ran 21.20 to win narrowly over his teammate 19-year-old Siriphol Punpa who timed 21.25 (PB 21.18), well back in third was Nattaphong Weerawattanaratiri in 21.62. Meenapra was the silver medalist at the SEA Games last year behind Trenten Beram of the Philippines.

Meenapra didn’t race in the 100, but there were good results included SEA Games bronze medallist Kritsada Namsuwan who won in a hairline finish of 10.46, ahead of Punpa 10.47 and Nattaphong 10.49. 

Jirayu Pleenram won the 400 in 47.37, narrowly holding off Kongkraphan, who had timed 46.74 to win the Thai National Games near the end of last year. Suthonthuam, the SEA Games silver medallist, took bronze here. 

In the Hurdles, Anousane Xaysa, who studies in Thailand, won 14.26, over Apisit 14.34, and Jamrat Rittidet 14.38, a former 3x SEA Games champion. Kittipong Boonmawan opened his season with 63.13m in the Hammer.

Thailand Levels up its Athletics Program

It has been reported that American Coach Loren Seagrave is now the Coaching Consultant for Thailand. On his Instagram, Seagrave was pictured enjoying a Durian in Thammasat University, the Athletic center of Thailand.

Loren Seagrave

Seagrave is best known for his stint upgrading the coaches in Vietnam. He was directly or indirectly responsible for Vietnam’s rise from 6 golds to 17 golds in athletics between the 2013 and 2017 SEA Games. With 13 golds from Women’s athletics. He transformed the program of Vietnam into not just a Southeast Asian but an Asian powerhouse. With his wards going on win Asian titles.

Seagrave, who was with IMG, had huge success with several Olympic champions, having worked with Gwen Torrence, Dwight Philips, and Justin Gatlin, among many others.

Unlike in Vietnam, he flew in and flew out to teach coaches or have athletes train with him at IMG. Its rumored Seagrave will be staying and coaching athletes and coaches in leveling up Thailand’s program for the 2019 SEA Games. Thailand, which has traditionally always been a strong contender at SEA Level with Seagraves’s vast knowledge, will surely be a force for the SEA Games in December.

Southeast Asian Nations have been leveling up their programs. Malaysia sending 2 sprinters Husniah Zulkifili (PB 11.58) and Jonathan Nyepa (PB 10.28), to Dwight Philips in Atlanta to qualify for the Olympic games, and Indonesia tapping the services of Harry Mara. And consequently, they produced a world junior champion and several medals at Asian Games, including an 8.09m SEA Record jump by Sapaturrahman.

Various Thais Training in America

Meanwhile, Thailand seems to have sent all its sprinters to train in Miami, Florida. For preparation for the Asian Champs in Doha, Qatar, April 23-28.

Siripol Punpa of Thailand Clocks 20.76 for 200m to take SEA Season Lead

Siripol Punpa takes gold at the Balkan Cup and, in the process, takes the SEA lead in the 200m. Erzurum, Tukey

Siripol Punpa

Thai Sprinter Siripol Punpa has taken the 2019  Lead for South East Asia in the Men’s 200 Meters. The exciting young star from Surat Thani is still 19 years old, born in September 1999.

Siripol Punpa clocked a new PB of 20.76 (+0.2) at the Balkan Cup Relay at Erzurum, Turkey, earlier today.  

It improved on his PB of 20.91 (-0.1) set at the Thailand Open on May 19. Before this year, Punpa PB was 21.18 from 2017, which he had now improved on twice in 2019. 

Punpa won the Men’s A Race beating Rashit  Abduraof of Bahrain 20.94, and Aktas Fatih of Turkey 21.20 (+0.2).  Thailander Nuttaphong was 4th in the A Race with a ‘Seasons Best’ 21.35 (PB 21.21).

It was an impressive outing for the Thai’s. With Sowan Ruttanapon (better known as a 100m man) taking the win in the B race in 21.20 (+1.3), a new PB broke his longstanding mark of 21.30 from 2012 he was still a Junior.

Sowan Ruttanapon
Sowan Ruttanapon also had a good race improving his PB to 21.20 after several years away from the 200m.

The Mark of Punpa was the #4 of all time for Thai behind Supachai Chimdee, who holds the Thai, Thai Junior, SEA, and SEA Junior record in 200 at 20.68 from 2009.

Reanchai Seeharwong now national coach SEA Games Record Holder and 3x SEA Games Champion (20.69).

And Siitchai Suwonprateep took silver at the 2000 Asian Championships (20.75) and 2005 SEA Games Gold.


SEA Ranking and SEA Games Chances

Trenten Beram is unlikely to defend his title.

The Mark of Punpa pushes him ahead of Malaysian-Australian Russel Taib (20.77), who held the Season Lead since 23 March 2019. 

Punpa mark also puts him under the 2017 Gold Medal Medal Winning Time (20.84) of Trenten Beram of the Philippines.

With Beram no longer competing, it shows Punpa has a chance. But he is expected to be challenged by 2018 World Junior 100m Champion Lalu Zohri (Indonesia), whose speed of 10.03 shows he could probably comfortably run a 20.50 at least. It is a strong field for the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines with Punpa (20.76), Taib (20.77), and another Malaysian Jonathan Nyepa (20.92) also pushing sub 21 clocking.

His Team Mate Sowan Ruttanapon Quoted 

“don’t let go of the discouragement that ever comes to steal the dream from the heart” ????

“a thousand” Siri raft, the Thai star from surat thani continues to develop the most recent self-development. The old record is 200 meters. In your life, you can get down with 20.76 seconds of training in Poland, and this is a better record than those who took the 200 m gold medal. The latest game from the Philippines that made 20.84 seconds.

As well as competing in the 100m, the Men’s Team also clocked 38.92 to win the Men’s 4×100. Featuring Ruttanapon, Bandit, Meenapra, and Siripol Punpa.

Official Results

ศิริพลปุ ณ ปานาฬิกา 20.76 ระยะ 200 ม. รับตำแหน่งผู้นำซีซั่นซีซั่น

ศิริพลพันภาคว้าเหรียญทองในบอลข่านคัพและอยู่ระหว่างการเป็นผู้นำ SEA ในระยะ 200 ม. Erzurum, Tukey


ศิริพลปุ ณ ปา

ไทย Sprinter ศิริ Punpa ได้ดำเนินการ2,019 ตะกั่วสำหรับเอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ในผู้ชาย 200 เมตร ดาวรุ่งจากสุราษฎร์ธานีอายุ 19 ปีเกิดในเดือนกันยายน พ.ศ. 2542

Punpa โอเวอร์คล็อก PB ใหม่ที่ 20.76 (+0.2) ที่ Balkan Cup Relay ที่ Erzurum ประเทศตุรกีก่อนหน้านี้ในวันนี้  

ดีขึ้นจาก PB ของเขาที่ 20.91 (-0.1) ซึ่งกำหนดไว้ที่ไทยแลนด์โอเพ่นเมื่อวันที่ 19 พฤษภาคมก่อนปีนี้ Punpa PB คือ 21.18 จากปี 2017 ซึ่งตอนนี้เขาดีขึ้นสองครั้งในปี 2019 

Punpa ชนะการแข่งขัน Men’s A Race เอาชนะ Rashit Abduraof จากบาห์เรน 20.94 และAktas Fatihจากตุรกี 21.20 (+0.2) ค่อนข้างสบาย นักเตะไทยณัฐพงศ์เป็นอันดับ 4 ในการแข่งขัน A Race with ‘Seasons Best’ 21.35 (PB 21.21)

เป็นการออกนอกบ้านที่น่าประทับใจสำหรับคนไทย Sowan Ruttanapon (เป็นที่รู้จักกันดีในนามชาย 100 ม.) เป็นผู้ชนะในการแข่งขัน B ในเวลา 21.20 (+1.3) PB ใหม่ทำลายสถิติอันยาวนานของเขาที่ 21.30 จากปี 2012 เมื่อเขายังเป็นรุ่นจูเนียร์


Sowan Ruttanapon ยังมีผลงานที่ดีในการพัฒนา PB ของเขาเป็น 21.20 หลังจากที่ห่างจาก 200 ม. ไปหลายปี

The Mark of Punpa เป็นอันดับ 4 ของไทยตลอดกาลรองจากศุภชัยฉิมดีที่ครองสถิติไทยจูเนียร์ซีไรต์และซีไรต์จูเนียร์ใน 200 คนที่ 20.68 จากปี 2552

Reanchai Seeharwong เป็นโค้ชทีมชาติเจ้าของสถิติซีเกมส์และแชมป์ซีเกมส์ 3 สมัย (20.69)

และสีชัยสุวรรณ์ประทีปที่คว้าเหรียญเงินในการแข่งขันชิงแชมป์เอเชียปี 2000 (20.75) และเหรียญทองซีเกมส์ปี 2548


เทรนเทน - เบรัม -2

Trenten Beram ไม่น่าจะป้องกันตำแหน่งได้

Mark of Punpa ผลักดันให้เขานำหน้ารัสเซลไทบชาวมาเลเซีย – ออสเตรเลีย (20.77) ซึ่งดำรงตำแหน่งผู้นำฤดูกาลตั้งแต่ 23 มีนาคม 2019 

นอกจากนี้เครื่องหมาย Punpa ยังทำให้เขาอยู่ภายใต้กรอบเวลาการชนะเหรียญทองประจำปี 2017 (20.84) ของเทรนเทนเบรามแห่งฟิลิปปินส์

เมื่อ Beram ไม่แข่งขันอีกต่อไปแสดงว่า Punpa มีโอกาส แต่คาดว่าเขาจะถูกท้าทายโดย Lalu Zohri แชมป์โลกรุ่นจูเนียร์ 100 ม. 2018 (อินโดนีเซีย) ซึ่งมีความเร็ว 10.03 แสดงให้เห็นว่าเขาน่าจะวิ่ง 20.50 ได้อย่างสบาย ๆ เป็นสนามที่แข็งแกร่งสำหรับซีเกมส์ 2019 ที่ฟิลิปปินส์โดยมี Punpa (20.76), Taib (20.77) และ Jonathan Nyepa ชาวมาเลเซียอีกคน (20.92) ยังผลักดันการตอกบัตรย่อย 21

เพื่อนร่วมทีม Sowan Ruttanapon ยกมา 

“ อย่ายอมทิ้งความท้อถอยที่เคยขโมยความฝันไปจากใจ”  เหรอ? ??

“ พัน” สิริแพดาราไทยจากสุราษฎร์ธานีเดินหน้าพัฒนาตัวเองล่าสุด บันทึกเก่าคือ 200 เมตร ในชีวิตของคุณคุณสามารถลงฝึกซ้อมในโปแลนด์ได้ 20.76 วินาทีและนี่เป็นสถิติที่ดีกว่าผู้ที่คว้าเหรียญทอง 200 ม. เกมล่าสุดจากฟิลิปปินส์ที่ทำเวลา 20.84 วินาที

เช่นเดียวกับการแข่งขันใน 100 ม. ทีมชายยังทำคะแนน 38.92 เพื่อคว้าแชมป์ชาย 4 × 100 นำแสดงโดยรัตนาภรณ์, บัณฑิต, มีนภาและปุ ณ ปา


By Andrew Pirie

Andrew was elected Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians in 2020 after being a member for 7 years. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant, and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. And Currently is Consultant Coach with VMUF 2021- Current editor and chief of, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is  Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles. Currently working towards a Masters Degree in Education. He can be contacted on [email protected] You can find more information on Coaching here

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