Article by Andrew Pirie
Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians
At the brand new national stadium near Thammasat, Thailand has its National Athletics Championships from December 10-13. Of course, due to COVID, there were no foreign entries invited this year.
Boomawan closes in on Caleb Stuart SEA Record at the 2020 Thailand National Athletics Meet.
SEA Games Champion Kittiphong Boomawan Hurled the Hammer to a New Thailand National Record with a 68.00m heave.
He took the South East Asian lead. His mark was beyond his Gold Medal and SEA Games Record of 67.53m from last year.
Boomawan heads closer towards Caleb Stuart’s of the Philippines SEA Record of 68.66m set in 2015.
Boomawan improves on his 63.82m throw from earlier in the year. Taking the season lead from 2017 SEA Games Champion Jackie Wong Siew Cheer of Malaysia has thrown 66.88m this year.
Punpa Seeing Double #1 time in South East Asia 100m/200m
Thailand National Athletics
Siripol Punpa has won the sprint double at the Thai National Open after clocking 10.34 (+2.1) in the 100m. Punpa won his fourth national title in the 200m in 20.85. He broke the meet record of SEA Games Champion Chayut (21.03). Silver went to Aphit Santisphot (21.63) and the bronze to Natthaphong Wirawongratanasiri (21.65)
He had won his heat comfortably in 21.35.
The time ranked Punpa #1 in South East Asia for 2020, surpassing the time of Ngần Ngọc Nghĩa 20.92 at the Vietnam Nationals a few weeks ago. Punpa finished with the silver medal at the 2019 SEA Games behind Chayut. Punpa PB was 20.77 from a meet in Turkey last year.
It was also a double in the Womens Sprints for Suphanich Poolkerd, who won the 100 and 200 in 11.58 and 24.01. Onuma Chetha was runner up in both, clocking 24.70 in the 200m.
3KS: 1. Patiphan Sriracha 9:46.88, 2. Nattawat Bunapla 9:48.88
20K Walk: 1. Arthit Srivichai 1:40:56.35
Pole Vault: 1. Paspoong Amsam-Ang 5.30m
Shotput: 1. Promrob Juntma 15.98m, 2. Thawat Khachin 15.79m, 3. Thongchai Silamool 15.54m, 4. Jakkapat Nosiri 15.53m
Discus: 1. Thongchai Silamool 49.61m, 2.Narong Benjaroon 47.21m, 3. Arthit Malasri 44.92m
400 Hurdles: 1. Benny Nonthanam 1:02.07
20K Walk: 1. Kochaporn Tangrisvong 2:00.16.58, 2. Panida Chongrak 2:05.53.13, 3. Wanwisa Saengatha 2:09.29.96
Discus: 1. Subenrat Insaeng 58.37m
Heptathlon: 1. Jirapong Prerdkaew 3887 pts
Pole Vault: 1. Arunyat Arunrat 4.51m
200m: 1. Josephine Onourah 24.60 (-0.4)
A Punpa Arises – Thailand National Athletics
SEA Games 200m Silver Medalist Siripol Punpa crowned himself Thailand’s fastest man in the 100m Final in 10.34 seconds with a slight wind-aided (+2.1).
Punpa was quickly 1 meter clear of Chayut Khongprasit, the SEA Games 200m Champion who clocked 10.46.
Nuttaphong Veeravongratanasiri, the Thailand University Champion, took bronze in 10.58.
While SEA Games 100m Silver Medalist Sowan Ruttanapon just missed out on the medals in 4th with 10.59. Bundit Chuangchai 5th in 10.62. And then by 400m Runner Aphisit Chumsri 10.65.
Aphisit Chumsri went onto win the 400 Meters in 48.13. Slower than his 47.94 seasons best.
SEA Games Bronze Medalist in 1500m. Yothin Yaprajan won the 1500m in 4:05.43.
It was a very close 3-way fight in the 10,000m Men’s. SEA Games Silver Medalist in Marathon Sanchai Namkhet won the Men’s 10,000m in 32:42.54. From Jaturon Khonkhaew? 32:42.73 and Veteran Boonthung Srisung 32:44.33.
Nattaphong Dawanadee won the 110 Hurdles in 14.68 (+0.0).
Supanich Poolkerd, better known as a 400 Meter runner, took the Women’s 100m title in a wind-aided 11.58 (+3.4), taking the win from Onuma Chetta 11.67.
Beney Nonthanam won the 400m in 56.34. However, this was slower than the Junior 400 won by Josephine Onuorah, who clocked 55.13 and won her event nearly 4 seconds from second place.
Parinya won the Triple Jump in 13.18m
SEA Games Bronze medalist Jariya Wichadit won the Javelin with 54.63m got the better of her rival Nattha Nachan, who threw 53.61m.
Supinsira Khma-Ol took bronze in 50.61m.
SEA Games Champion Mingkamol Kumphol hurled the Hammer 52.35m.
SEA Games Bronze medalist Panwat Kimsrang took silver in 50.90m.
Cholthicha Kabutr had a better performance than the seniors in the women’s pole vault clearing 3.60m in the junior category.
Parinya Chuaimaroeng 14 meter Triple Jump
Triple Jump Challenge Parinya Chuaimaroeng
Parinya Chuaimaroeng of Thailand, the 2019 Asian Champion and defending SEA Games Triple Jump Champion, improved her SEA Season leader to 14.00m (+0.2).
At the Triple Jump Challenge on August 24 at Thammasat University. The performance was better than her winning jump of 13.75m at the 2019 SEA Games.
Parinya PB and National record is 14.17m set in 2018 in Taipei City.
Georgian Valeri Obidko coaches the 22-year-old Parinya.
Also Jumping well was Pratchiya Tepparak, who took the season lead with a leap of 15.95m. Tepparak is the SEA Games bronze medalist from 2017.
|1||14.00m||THA||0.2||Parinya Chuaimaroeng||16 Dec 97||1||Triple Jump Challenge||Thamasaat||24 Aug 2020|
|2||13.35m||VIE||?||Vu Thi Ngoc Ha||2000||1||Speedy Cup||Ho Chi Minh||12 Jun 2020|
|3||13.09m||VIE||?||Nguyen Thi Huong||2001||1||National Junior Championships||Tay Ninh||14 Oct 2020|
|4||12.90m||MAS||nwi||Nurul Ashikin Binti Abas||1||FKTLAA||Kuala Lumpur||1 Mar 2020|
|5||12.83m||VIE||?||Hoang Thanh Giang||2001||2||National Junior Championships||Tay Ninh||14 Oct 2020|
|6||12.76m||THA||0||Pojanath Somsri||2||47th Sun Games||Bangkok||16 Jan 2020|
|7||12.57m||VIE||?||Tran Xue Hoa||1991||2||Speedy Cup||Ho Chi Minh||12 Jun 2020|
|8||12.38m||MAS||nwi||Mahira Haris Bt. Ishak||2||Perak Allcomers 1||Ipoh||22 Feb 2020|
|9||12.31m||VIE||?||Nguyen Ngoc Tu||3||National Junior Championships||Tay Ninh||14 Oct 2020|
|10||12.29m||MAS||nwi||Ng Yu Jie||2||FKTLAA||Kuala Lumpur||1 Mar 2020|
Mens Triple Jump
|1||15.95m||THA||?||Pratchaya Tepparak||1||Triple Jump Challenge||Thamasaat||24 Aug 2020|
|2||15.91m||MAS||nwi||Andre Anura||1||Perak Allcomers 1||Ipoh||23 Feb 2020|
|3||15.54m||THA||0.1||Wason Kammak||1||47th SUN Games||Bangkok||14 Jan 2020|
|4||15.44m||THA||0.2||Saran Saebuakam||2||47th SUN Games||Bangkok||14 Jan 2020|
|5||15.34m||THA||-0.6||Supot Bunnun||3||47th SUN Games||Bangkok||14 Jan 2020|
|6||15.28m||THA||0.8||Srinota Nathapong||4||47th SUN Games||Bangkok||14 Jan 2020|
|7||15.22m||VIE||?||Nguyen Van Hao||1||Speedy Cup||Ho Chi Minh||20 Jun 2020|
|8||14.93m||THA||-0.2||Wisarut Suchai||5||47th SUN Games||Bangkok||14 Jan 2020|
|9||14.82m||MAS||nwi||Mohd Nazri Bin Muataffa||2||Perak Allcomers 1||Ipoh||23 Feb 2020|
|10||14.78m||MAS||nwi||Muhd Sunik Muslimin||3||Perak Allcomers 1||Ipoh||23 Feb 2020|
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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.
Current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program.
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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