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Thong Nhat Speedy Cup

 

For Information on Le Tu Chinh please click here

Same 1-2 400M as SEA Games

Meanwhile, on the Men’s Side, it was the same 1-2 as SEA Games with Tran Nhat Hoang winning in 47.21 narrowly over Dinh Son 47.26. The Gold and Silver medalist from the SEA Games. Quach Thi Lan the SEA Games 400m Champion took the Women’s Gold in 53.12 from Huyen who was Silver last SEA Games.

SEA Ranking Men’s 400m

400m
147.21VIETran Nhat Hoang
247.26VIETran Dinh Son
347.71MASMuhammad Ilham Bin Suhaimi
447.79THAJirayu Pleenram
547.80iPHIEric Cray
647.82THAPhitchaya Sunthornthum
747.94THAAphisit Chumsri
848.17THANatthapong Kongkraphan
948.17MASLoganes A/L Thilaganathan
1048.37VIEBui Van Nghiem

For More 2020 SEA Rankings visit here (we will post updates once the Speedy Cup is finished)

 

Selected Results

JR Women’s

100m – Hua 12.05

800m – Phuong 2.18.42, Van 2.19.93, Huyen 2.21.36

Women’

60m Chinh 7.40, Thu 7.61

100m – Chinh 11.55, Thu 12.10 

400m – Quach 53.12, Huyen 54.60, Hang 56.30

800m – Bich 2:12.50,  Nanh 2.15.90, Duyen 2.17.20

400H – Huyen 1:01.25

Long Jump – Mo 6.23m

High Jump -Diem 1.71m, Trang 1.68m

Shotput – Hoa 13.50m

Men’s

100m – Nhia 10.62, Kien 10.77 (01), Loi 10.81, Tu 10.82

400m – Nhat 47.21, Son 47.26, Nghiem 48.37

800m – Phuoc 1:57.13

400H – Cuong 53.80

Long Jump – Lam 7.51m, Anh 7.49m

High Jump – Luong 2.06m


Day 1 Report

For Information on Le Tu Chinh please click here

Meanwhile, in the Men’s 60m Trin Viet Thu narrowly got the better of Ngan Ngoc Nhia 6.86 to 6.89. (Eric Cray of the Philippines leads the SEA Rankings for the year with 6.71).

Ka Hoa took the Women’s Shotput with 13.50m the 2nd best throw in SEA for 2020.

We will be updating results here so bookmark this page. After the Speedy Cup is done we will be updating the 2020 SEA Rankings.


Thong Nhat Speedy Cup

Vietnam who has been largely unaffected by the COVID with 0 Deaths will open its Athletics season on June 10 with the Speedy Cup. The competition will be the first meet of the year for the South East Asian powerhouse. This begins Vietnam’s preparation for the 2021 SEA Games. In which Vietnam will be the host nation.

The Thong Nhat Speed ​​Cup track and field tournament in 2020 (June 8 to June 14) at Thong Nhat Stadium (Ho Chi Minh City) will be the first race to take place after the epidemic in Vietnam.  It all begins with the Speedy Cup in which National athletes will be evaluated and new athletes from the provinces will emerge and vie for spots in the National Team.


SEA Games Power House

Vietnam has gone from 6 golds in 2013 to 9 in 2015 17 in 2017 and then 16 in 2019.  The scary thing is Vietnam has had the most number of golds in the last 2 SEA Games 17 and 16 without even being the host. They will have the added advantage of being host next year. Undoubtedly the Vietnam government will be putting in a much larger investment towards building a stronger team.

The scary thing is if Vietnam can get 16-17 golds without the home ground advantage in athletics. They could be looking at 20 golds or more if they are the SEA Games hosts.

SEA Games Champions join Thong Nhat Speedy Cup

Thong Nhat Speedy Cup

This year the Unified Speed ​​Cup was held on a large scale, attracting the participation of many stars. track and field competed at SEA Games 30:

  • Le Tu Chinh (Ho Chi Minh City, 100m SEA Games 30 gold medal);
  • Nguyen Thi Oanh (Bac Giang, 3 gold medals in SEA Games 30); 
  • Quach Cong Lich – Quach Thi Lan (Thanh Hoa, mixed HCV 400m); 
  • Nguyen Thi Huyen (Nam Dinh, Gold Medal 400m and fence 400m SEA Games 30); 
  • Dinh Thi Bich (Nam Dinh, HCV 800m SEA Games 30) …

Spectators who love athletics can go to Thong Nhat Stadium to watch for free, support the athletes compete.


Gold Medals Increase with Foundation set by Foreign Coaches

Vietnam really leveled up with Foreign coaches such as world-renown American sprints coach Loren Seagrave (who is now with Thailand athletics), German Hurdles Coach Rudiger Harksen, Australian sprints coach Gerard Keating, and several Russian and soviet satellite coaches. Who helped provide coaching knowledge, information, and mentorship that helped lift the level of the local coaches to the point where they continued to produce good results. 


On a Further note, it will be good to see the first Athletic competition in South East Asia since around March. The 2020 SEA Ranking Lists have been rather quiet for the past 3-4 months. It will be good to finally be able to update them.

Photos of Vietnam athletes preparing for the Speedy Cup

Source and schedule of events can be found here:

https://chay365.com/lich-thi-dau-giai-dien-kinh-cup-toc-do-thong-nhat-2020/?fbclid=IwAR18G4IrdE_zr2WLmtK6YFQO1MJ-nUDCAwruqsM9E11wZBuH_TxYWDysKCQ

We will also post updated results here

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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