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Ronnie Cai
  • October 9th, 2003

Ronnie Cai

In this interview, we again talk to Ronnie Cai who recently came back from Vietnam Open. Placed 3rd, he jumped a signifigant height of 2 metres, only .05m short of SAAA SEA Games qualifying height. Nonetheless he’s not taking it flat down and now trying hard to qualify

Coach: Mr john Seem

School: Business IT 2nd year at Nanyang Poly

Personal Best: High Jump – 2.02m

Highlights: National colours in 2001, Zone colours 2000-2001

  1. Who were done of the delgation to Vietnam Open

    Ronnie: Well there was some of my club Wings such as Lin Jing Ze, Kenneth Khoo, K. Shafiq and Teu Koon Kiat plus Yusof, Colin, Hamkah and the throwers

  2. What was the purpose of the trip

    Ronnie: It is to prepare us for the upcoming SEA Games. Also it is a basis for SAAA officials to choose the final SEA Games squad

  3. Going there what was yours and coach expectations?

    Ronnie: I told myself i must at least clear 1.98m which i did. As for my coach he was expecting me to clear 2metre to at least meet the SEA Games qualifying mark

  4. Rate your performance

    Ronnie: I think i didn’t do quite bad. It is my second competition i cleared 2 metre and i happy about this jump as the other jump at IVP 2002 where i jumped over 2 metre i touched the bar whereas at this meet, i jumped cleanly!

  5. Tell us about your bronze winning jump in Vietnam Open

    Ronnie: Before my run-up, i composed myself. I kept reminding myself not to go too near the bar meaning in such case where i can see the bar higher than me. Also I told myself not to be too scared

  6. How confident are you going into SEA Games and any medal expectations?

    Ronnie: Sort of confident. If i’m selected to go there, i would like to hit my personal best, experience high level meet and to learn from other jumpers. To observe how they execute their jump. No medal expectation

  7. Where do you see yourself in 5 years down the road

    Ronnie: I would have completed my NS and by then i hope to be still jumping

  8. How do you see yourself compared to other jumpers in the SEA Games

    Ronnie: I think there’s a big gap in standard

  9. What do you think you are lacking and need to focus on now

    Ronnie: I need to work on my arch. You know where during flight of jump, i need to arch my body down more. To do that i’ll work and strenghten my back


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