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17th Asian Athletics Championship
  • July 26th, 2007

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Team Singapore

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SAA sent its biggest contingent of athletes for this year to 17th Asian Athletics Championship with a strong 22 man squad, excluding the officials. 11 men and 11 women athlete are set to compete in Amman in this 4 days Championship (25-29 Jul). The bulk of the team is made up of sprinters. The sprint junior hopeful Calvin Kang who was formerly out injured, is included and we even have Princeton based Shafiq Kashmiri in the squad to bolster the relays qualifying. However the relays will miss the services of Shameer Ayub, our fastest Singapore 100m currently due to NS commitment.

The mens and womens relay team are making it their priority to qualify for SEA Games hoping the competition here will help them reach the mark. Hurdler Abdul Hakeem and ‘golden girl’ Wan Lay Chi who recent training stint in Germany, we’re hoping to see it bears fruit in this Championship for both of them. Michelle Sng our women’s national record high jump holder is making her comeback in this Championship after her recent injury which saw her out for quite awhile.

This Championship will also see the 4x400m Mens team finally being sent to run for their overseas meet with reserves. Locally the team has not run a single race. The pack will comprise of 400m specialist Kenneth Khoo and Muthukumaran, sprinter Alexander Teng from NUS, Princeton based Shafiq Kashmiri and a makeshift 4x400m relay man in the form of Subaish who is more known for his 800m abilities, as reserve.

This Championship will also see the return of the China duo, our most successful import Zhang Guirong and Du Xianhui. Looks like they have settled their case with SAA over their recent issue. This could only means good things to come with this duo around. Team Singapore also send another field athlete, NTU’s Yang Peishan for the Women’s Long Jump. More of less the bulk of the team are young junior promising athletes from our tertiary institutions. Good luck to Team Singapore from all of us! (Team list courtesy of SAA)

Day 5 Summary (29.7.2007)

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Roslinda cleared 4.20 metres on her way
to the Asian Track and Field pole vault gold in
Amman, Jordan on Sunday

The championships, which took place at the Amman International Stadium after the late withdrawal of original host Beirut due to safety concerns, lost some of its lustre when China’s top-ranked athletes were not entered. Japan also opted to keep its best at home as they prepare to make a mark at the World Championships. But the presence of 12 Asian Games gold medallists from Doha went some way to making up for the East Asians absence.

Chinese athletes grabbed seven golds, five silvers and four bronzes during the five-day event, while Gulf country Qatar ranked equally first with China with a total of 16 medals, including four golds.

India wrapped up five golds, five silvers and five bronzes. Saudi Arabia is another major winner of the Asian championships, winning five golds, while Japan grabbed four golds, five slivers and four bronzes.

The championships also recorded a first when Samuel A. Francis, the Nigerian-born Qatari sprinter, became the first athlete from an Asian country to dip below 10.00 seconds in the men’s 100m with a gold medal-winning performance of 9.99s.

Roslinda Samsu ended Malaysia’s outing at the 17th Asian Track and Field Championships in Amman, Jordan on a high on Sunday with the country’s second gold medal. It could not have come any easier for Roslinda, 25, who only had to contend with two other women in the pole vault and a single vault at 4.20 metres was all she needed for Malaysia’s best ever ATF outing. China’s Ling Li, who was expected to pose a stiff challenge to the Malaysian in the absence of Doha Asian Games gold medallist Gao Shuying, succumbed to nerves and failed to register a mark in her maiden senior international meet, thus handing the gold medal to Roslinda on a silver platter. The third competitor, Singapore’s Rachel Yang Bing Jie recorded a personal best of 3.50m to take silver in light of 18-year-old Ling Li’s three failures at 4.20m. Congratulations to her for bringing home Singapore’s sole medal

In the 4x100m men’s final, Thailand, who were three tenth of a second quicker, at 39.34sec, took the gold medal while China finished third clocking 39.71sec. Qatar’s 4x100m relay team comprising Saad al-Shahwani, Samuel Francis, Areef Ibrahim Badar and Abdulla al-Waleed came home with the timing of 39.64sec to clinch the silver medal.

India won three gold medals on the concluding day to finish overall second with five gold, five silver and five bronze medals. Renjith Maheshwary won the men’s triple jump with 17.19m jump, Sinimol Paulose triumphed in the women’s 1,500m with 4:25.67sec and the women’s 4x400m relay team finished on top with 3:33.39sec.

Qatar’s Ahmed Hassan Musa holds his gold medal after winning the men’s decathlon on the final day of the 17th Asian Athletics Championship in Amman.

Team Singapore only sole medal from this Championship was from our pole vault womens. It was a silver, from a field of three, but only 2 athlete deemed with legal jumps. Still a medal is a medal. However it won’t be this easy if pole vaulter Rachel Yang was sent for the SEA Games. She’s 10 cm short of automatic qualifying.

The 4x100m relays girls however just couldn’t break into sub-47s timing and make their SEA Games qualifying times more respectable for nomination. They’ve been running on the 47s mark for the past four races 47.66s > 47.49s > 47.53s and 47.78s this Championship. They need to beat the SEA Games qualifying of 46.01s to qualify for Korat, Bangkok.

It was a terrible run from the 4x100m mens finals for Team Singapore. After qualifying with 40.95s in the heats, they ran aground with 41.15s in the finals. The mens team still have yet to qualify for SEA Games with the automatic qualification is 40.59s. The races so they’ve clocked DNF > 40.97s > 40.84s > 40.95s > 41.15s

Singapore 4x400m men however was ecstatic they qualified for the SEA Games with a 3:14.29s timing in the finals. The beat the qualifying mark of 3:23.27. They even surpassed the previous 2003 mark. Our closest rival, Malaysia’s S. Narendran, Mohd Zuslaini Zafril, Shahdan Jamaludin and Zaiful Zainal Abidin was even beaten by the unheralded quartets of Singapore, who man for man has faster 400m individual runners.

The next Asian Athletics Championships will be held in China in 2009.

Day 5 Results (29.7.2007)

MEN 110M HURDLES FINAL Wind=+5.3m/s
1 3 TASUKU TANONAKA 271 23/09/1978 JPN 13.51s
2 4 MOHAMMED ESSA AL- THAWADI 424 18/11/1981 QAT 13.55s
3 5 YOUJIA WU 143 6/5/1983 CHN 13.68s
4 2 TAE-KYONG PARK 331 30/07/1980 KOR 13.81s
5 6 KENJI YAHATA 274 4/11/1980 JPN 13.86s
6 1 ALI H.A. AL-ZAKI 466 11/5/1985 KSA 13.88s
7 8 FAWAZ AL SHAMMARI 343 4/3/1977 KUW 14.12s
8 7 ROHOLLAH ASGARIGANDMANI 230 8/1/1982 IRI 14.20s

WOMEN POLE VAULT FINAL
1 1 ROSLINDA SAMSU 373 9/6/1982 MALYSIA 4.20M
2 3 BING JIE RACHEL YANG 483 28/02/1982 SINGAPORE 3.50M
3 2 LING LI 121 6/7/1989 CHINA NM

MEN TRIPLE JUMP FINAL
1 6 RENJITH MAHESWARY 202 30/01/1986 INDIA 17.19M +2.5wind
2 4 DUK-HYUN KIM 323 8/12/1985 KOREA 17.00M +1.8wind
3 12 BIBU MATHEW 203 30/03/1981 INDIA 16.64M +5.2wind
4 10 AHAMAD HAZORE 521 SYRIA 16.60M +6.3wind
5 11 MOHD HAMDIA ABDUL AZIZ 416 4/12/1981 QATAR 16.05M +2.1wind
6 3 MOHAMED YOUSSEF AL SAHABI 108 26/07/1989 BAHRAIN 15.98M +1.5wind
7 5 AFSHIN DAGARIHEMAVI 233 17/07/1978 IRAN 15.88M +3.8wind
8 1 ZAFAR IQBAL 393 10/4/1982 PAKISTAN 15.57M +5.1wind

MEN JAVELIN THROW FINAL
1 2 QI CHEN 135 10/3/1982 CHINA 78.07
2 3 JAE-MYONG PARK 330 15/12/1981 KOREA 75.77
3 9 SANG-JIN CHUNG 321 16/04/1984 KOREA 70.95
4 7 RINAT TARZUMANOV 548 26/03/1984 UZBEKISTAN 70.35
5 6 MUHAMMAD ARFAN HUSSAIN 392 8/7/1976 PAKISTAN 70.03
6 4 KEN ARAI 261 22/12/1981 JAPAN 67.87
7 8 DANILO FRESNIDO 406 8/10/1972 PHILIPPINE 67.37
8 5 FIRAS AL INQHA 519 SYRIA 67.30
9 1 IVAN ZAYTSEV 549 11/11/1988 UZBEKISTAN 61.14

WOMEN 1500M FINAL
1 2 SINIMOL PAULOSE 188 24/06/1983 INDIA 4:25.67s
2 3 SARA BEKHEET 104 27/11/1987 BAHRAIN 4:26.21s
3 7 TRUONG THANH HANG 550 __/__/____ VIETNAM 4:26.77s
4 1 MIKA YOSHIKAWA 260 16/09/1984 JAPAN 4:28.85s
5 6 SUSHMA DEVI 179 7/5/1984 INDIA 4:41.29s
8 BARA’H MARWAN 283 __/__/____ JORDAN DNF
4 MOJAVERY LEILA EBRAHIMY 227 21/04/1979 IRAN DNS
5 FATHIMATH HASMA 368 6/7/1988 MALDIVES DNS

WOMEN 4X100M RELAY FINAL
1 T THAILAND THAILAND 44.31 JAKSUNIN,SANGWAN KHAWPEAG,SUPAVADEE TAWONCHAROEN,JUTAMA SANRAT,NONGNUCH
2 J JAPAN JAPAN 45.06 ISHIDA,TOMAKO TAKAHASHI,MOMOKO NOBUOKA,SAKIE KITAKAZE,SAORI
3 C CHINA TPE CHINESE TAIPAI 46.48 LIN,WEN-WEN LIN,YI-CHUN CHEN,SHU – CHUAN LI,CHEN YI RU
4 H HONG KONG HONG KONG 46.75 WAN,KIN YEE TANG,UEN SHAN ARMENTROUT,PHILIPPA CHAN,HO YEE
5 S SINGAPORE SINGAPORE 47.78 KAUR PURBA,BALPREET CHOO,SZE MIN AMANDA ANN,SIAO MEI LEE,YAN LIN
6 JORDAN JORDAN DNS

MEN 4X100M RELAY FINAL
1 T THAILAND THAILAND 39.34 POOLTONG,TAWEESAK SONDEE,WACHARA SUWANNARANGSRI,SOMP SUWONPRATEEP,SITTIC
2 Q QATAR QATAR 39.64 AL SHAHWANI,SAAD FA FRANCIS,SAMUEL A. BADAR,AREEF IBRAHIM ABDULLA,ALWALEED A.
3 C CHINA CHINA 39.71 WEN,YONGYI CAO,JIAN ZHANG,YUAN LIANG,JIAHONG
4 I INDIA INDIA 39.84 ANAND,RITESH SHAMEER MON,NASEEMA NEELAGUND,VILAS S GOBBARAGUMPI,NAGRAG
5 H HONG KONG HONG KONG 40.59 TANG,YIK CHUN LAU,YU LEONG WONG,KA CHUN CHIANG,WAI HUNG
6 S SAUDI ARABIA SAUDI ARABIA 41.05 YASIR,AL NASHRI AL “ GAMES,YAYHA S. HABEEB,YAYHA . H.I AL BISHI,HAMED
7 S SINGAPORE SINGAPORE 41.15 YEO,FOOEE GARY POH,SENG SONG JAMAL,AMIRUDDIN CALVIN KANG,LI LOON
8 K KUWAIT KUWAIT 41.65 AL YAHYA,SAAD AL HADAD,SALEH AL YOUHA,HUSEIN AL JAWHAR,MOHAMMAD

MEN 5000M FINAL
1 1 FELIX KIKWAL KIBORE 437 18/02/1988 QATAR 14:07.12s
2 11 AHMAD HASSAN ABDULLAH 418 29/07/1981 QATAR 14:08.66s
3 10 ISHAQ ISA ABEDEEN 106 1/1/1988 BAHRAIN 14:18.47s
4 2 ALI HASSAN MAHBOOB 110 31/12/1981 BAHRAIN 14:34.09s
5 3 SURENDRA SINGH 217 1/10/1978 INDIA 14:34.90s
6 8 OMID MERABI 237 26/11/1982 IRAN 14:53.94s
7 4 SUNIL KUMAR SING 214 10/10/1984 INDIA 14:57.42s
8 5 DU-HAENG LEE 326 25/12/1981 KOREA 15:07.32s
9 7 DENIS BAGREV 354 5/1/1980 KYRGYZSTAN 15:07.90s
9 YURY CHECHUN 355 5/7/1986 KYRGYZSTAN DNF
6 NADER AL MASSRI 397 26/01/1980 PALESTINE DNS
13 MUGAHED AL OMAL 559 1/1/1988 YEMEN DNS
12 METHQAL ABU DHRAIS 284 __/__/____ JORDAN DNF

WOMEN 4X400M RELAY FINAL
1 I INDIA INDIA 3:33.39s KAUR,MANDEEP KAUR,MANJEET JOSE,SINI KULATHUMMURIYIL SOM
2 J JAPAN JAPAN 3:33.82s AOKI,SAYAKA KUBOKURA,SATOMI WATANABE,NATSUMI TANNO,ASAMI
3 K KAZAKHESTAN KAZAKHESTAN 3:50.81s KHAJIMURADOVA,TATYA MATSKO,MARGARITA GAVRYUSHENKO,ANNA MASLYONKO,MARINA
4 J JORDAN JORDAN 4:21.61s AL HIYARI,ABEER SHUKRI,RANIA MARWAN,BARA’H ISAM,BAYAN

MEN 4X400M RELAY FINAL .
1 S SAUDI ARABIA SAUDI ARABIA 3:05.96s YOUNAS I.Y,AL HOSAH SHAWEEN.,M. OTMMAN AL- SABANI,ISMAIL N AL SALHJ,M. OBAD A.
2 S SRILANKA SRILANKA 3:07.29s PRIYASU,DULAN PUSUP,ROHITHA WEERASURIYA,SHIVANT JAYAS,ASNAKA
3 I INDIA INDIA 3:07.94s PAUL,SARISH G. ABRAHAM,JOSEPH SHAKE,MORTAJA MATHEW,K. M.
4 R IRAN IRAN 3:08.64s KARIMI,GHOLAMREZA MORADI,SAJAD MOHAMMAD,AFEKIAN BOUAZAR,REZA
5 P PHILIPPINE PHILIPPINE 3:11.69s NIERRAS,JULIUS CANELARIO,ERINE JIMAR,AING BANO,JUNREY
6 K KAZAKHESTAN KAZAKHESTAN 3:13.80s KHAMZIN,BORIS LEPTIKOV,VIKTOR AGEYEV,ANDREY MELESHENKO,YEVGENLY
7 S SINGAPORE SINGAPORE 3:14.29s K,SHAFIQ KHOO,KIAN SEONG KEN TENG,WEI YANG A R,MUTHUKUMARAN
8 M MALYSIA MALYSIA 3:15.58s SHANMUGANTHAN,NAREN MOHD ZUSLAINI,MOHD JAMALUDIN,SHAHADAN ZAINAL ABIDIN,MUHA

Day 4 Summary (28.7.2007)

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Truong Thanh Hang of Viet Nam celebrates after the women’s 800m
final at the 17th Asian Athletics Championships in Amman, Jordan, on Thursday.
Truong Thanh Hang claimed the title with 2 minutes and 4.77 seconds.

Bahrains’s Kareema Saleh Jassim clinched her second gold medal in the 17th Asian Athletics Championship yesterday after winning the women’s 5,000m final at the Amman International Stadium in Jordan. Kareema finished the race in 16 minutes 40.87 seconds to make it a perfect two-for-two in her events, after she also won gold in the women’s 10,000m on Wednesday. The 19-year-old’s medal was Bahrain’s third of the championship. The other was a bronze claimed by Hassan Mahboob in the men’s 10,000m on Thursday. Silver went to Indian Preeja Sreedharan who finished in 16:56.16, while bronze was clinched by Korean Kim Gyong Mi in 18:21.32.

Vietnamese sprinters pocketed a gold and a silver medal at the 17th Asian Athletics Championship held in Amman, Jordan. Runner Truong Thanh Hang caused an upset by beating India’s Sinimole Paulose to win the women’s 800m gold on Thursday. The Vietnamese timed her finish to perfection, leaving Paulose at the home stretch. The Indian later claimed that a gust of wind on the final bend had prevented her from responding to Hang’s dash for the finishing line. Hang clocked a time of 2:04.77, while Paulose “whose personal best is 2:02.02” could manage only 2:06.15.

The sprint gold went to Sri Lanka’s Susanthika Jayasinghe, who recorded a time of 11.19 secs. However, there was a tail wind of 3.1m/s. Vietnam sprinter Vu Thi Huong finished second in the women’s 100m with a time of 11.33 secs on a blustery Friday. Huong’s silver is Viet Nam second medal of the championships while Hang’s gold is only Viet Nam’s second at a continental tournament. The first went to Bui Thi Nhung in the women’s high jump in 2003. The bronze went to China’s Zou Yingting, who clocked a time of 11.54.

Team Singapore saw women’s high jumper Michelle Sng coming out of injury with a commendable 1.70m jump. She needs to meet the SEA Games qualifying mark of 1.83m however, that means she need to break her own national record of 1.79m in the process to qualify.

We also saw a season best from 110m men’s hurdler Abdul Hakeem, who has returned from a training stint in Germany with a time of 14.87s. The mark he has to beat is 14.22s to qualify for SEA Games.

Our golden girl Wan Lay Chi did considerably fine with a throw of 43.06m in the Women’s discus throw. Her usual best was 45-46m range usually. The SEA Games qualifying mark is 48.62m

The mens 4x100m qualified for the finals with a 40.95s timing, Kuwait was the other team for the final two slots.

Day 4 Results (28.7.2007)

MEN DECATHLON 110M HURDLES
1 3 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 18/01/1983 24 IRAN 14.69 887pts
2 7 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 17/06/1981 26 QATAR 14.78 876pts
3 4 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 3/4/1979 28 INDIA 14.82 871pts
4 2 KUN-WOO KIM 325 29/02/1980 27 KOREA 15.15 831pts
5 1 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 24/11/1978 28 UZBEKISTAN 15.51 789pts
6 6 SINGH JORA 199 20/02/1979 28 INDIA 15.53 787pts
7 5 PAVEL DUBITSKIY 307 27/08/1982 24 KAZAKHESTAN DNS

MEN DECATHLON DISCUS THROW
1 3 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 18/01/1983 24 IRAN 49.17 853pts
2 6 SINGH JORA 199 20/02/1979 28 INDIA 43.36 733pts
3 1 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 24/11/1978 28 UZBEKISTAN 41.18 689pts
4 7 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 17/06/1981 26 QATAR 41.01 685pts
5 4 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 3/4/1979 28 INDIA 35.77 579pts
6 2 KUN-WOO KIM 325 29/02/1980 27 KOREA 35.42 572pts

MEN DECATHLON POLE VAULT
1 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 UZB 5.00 910pts
2 SINGH JORA 199 IND 4.70 819pts
2 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 IND 4.70 819pts
4 KUN-WOO KIM 325 KOR 4.40 731pts
5 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 IRI 4.30 702pts
6 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 QAT 4.20 673pts

WOMEN HIGH JUMP FINAL
1 2 TATIANA EFIMENKO 351 2/1/1981 26 KYRGYZSTAN 1.94M ECR
2 7 YEKALERINA YEVSEYEVA 305 22/06/1988 19 KAZAKHESTAN 1.91M
3 5 ANNA USTINOVA 303 8/12/1985 21 KAZAKHESTAN 1.91M
4 1 MIYUKI AOYAMA 246 4/1/1977 30 JAPAN 1.88M
5 8 BUI THI NHUNG 552 __/__/____ VIETNAM 1.88M
6 2 NADIYA DUSANOVA 542 17/11/1987 19 UZBEKISTAN 1.88M
7 6 ZAHRA NABIZADEHFARDSHIRAZI 228 25/12/1983 23 IRAN 1.75M
8 2 SUAT LI MICHELL SNG 480 19/05/1987 20 SINGAPORE 1.70M

MEN DECATHLON JAVELIN THROW
1 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 QAT 66.40 835pts
2 SINGH JORA 199 IND 54.96 662pts
3 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 IRI 54.84 661pts
4 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 UZB 52.31 623pts
5 KUN-WOO KIM 325 KOR 48.73 570pts
6 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 IND 45.11 517pts

MEN 110M HURDLES HEATS 1 Wind=+0.02m/s
1 7 YOUJIA WU 143 6/5/1983 24 CHINA 13.65 Q
2 6 TASUKU TANONAKA 271 23/09/1978 28 JAPAN 13.73 Q
3 3 TAE-KYONG PARK 331 30/07/1980 26 KOREA 13.89 Q
4 8 FAWAZ AL SHAMMARI 343 4/3/1977 30 KUWAIT 14.05 q
5 5 AHMAD KH. AL MOLAD 453 16/02/1988 19 SAUDI ARABIA 14.33
6 1 ABD HAKEEM ABD HALIM 486 9/2/1987 19 SINGAPORE 14.87
7 4 MUHD FAIZ MOHAMMAD 382 14/01/1983 24 MALYSIA DNF
8 2 HAZAR ALI 358 1/1/1984 23 LEBANON DNS

MEN 110M HURDLES HEATS 2 Wind=-0.9m/s
1 2 MOHAMMED ESSA AL- THAWADI 424 18/11/1981 25 QATAR 13.62s Q
2 7 KENJI YAHATA 274 4/11/1980 27 JAPAN 13.89s Q
3 5 ROHOLLAH ASGARIGANDMANI 230 8/1/1982 24 IRAN 13.93s Q
4 1 ALI H.A. AL-ZAKI 466 11/5/1985 21 SAUDI ARABIA 14.09s q
5 3 HON SING TANG 567 7/10/1977 30 HONG KONG 14.41s
6 4 MUHAMMAD SHAH 394 1/4/1978 29 PAKISTAN 14.46s
7 8 RAYZAM SHAH WAN SOFIAN 386 11/1/1988 18 MALYSIA 14.53s
8 6 ONAR OSHANA 525 1/1/1991 16 SYRIA DNS

WOMEN 200M FINAL Wind= +1.9m/s
1 3 SUSANTIKA JAYASINGHE 500 17/12/1975 31 SRILANKA 22.99s
2 5 PA SUIAH NEELA 501 15/04/1982 25 SRILANKA 23.28s
3 4 VU THI HUONG 551 __/__/____ VIETNAM 23.30s
4 2 YINGTING ZOU 133 17/09/1986 20 CHINA 23.48s
5 7 TASSLAKIAN GRETTA 357 __/__/____ LEBANON 24.33s
6 6 SHU – CHUAN CHEN 147 20/04/1978 29 CHINESE TAIPAI 24.58s
7 8 MARYAM TOOSI 229 5/12/1988 19 IRAN 25.06s
8 1 HYUNG-MI OH 320 13/10/1982 24 KOREA DNF

MEN 200M FINAL Wind=+0.80m/s
1 5 KENJI FUJIMITSU 264 1/5/1986 21 JAPAN 20.85s
2 3 ALWALEED A. ABDULLA 417 5/7/1984 23 QATAR 20.98s
3 6 KHALIL AL HAHANAHNEH 293 __/__/____ JORDAN 21.03s
4 2 YIK CHUN TANG 175 7/10/1977 30 HONG KONG 21.44s
5 8 KI HO LEUNG 174 4/3/1988 19 HONG KONG 21.46s
6 1 JUN-WOO LEE 327 2/11/1986 21 KOREA 21.57s
7 4 ACHMADS SAKEH 225 25/12/1979 27 INDONESIA 21.58s
8 7 TSE-CHING LIANG 159 31/01/1990 17 CHINESE TAIPAI 21.62s

WOMEN TRIPLE JUMP
1 7 OLGA RYPAKOVA 301 30/11/1984 22 KAZAKHESTAN 14.69m 1.6wind CR
2 3 LI SHA 128 14/08/1988 18 CHINA 14.03m 2.3wind
3 1 IRINA UTVIENKO 304 8/1/1987 19 KAZAKHESTAN 13.80m 5.2wind
4 6 FUMIYO YOSHIDA 259 25/04/1981 26 JAPAN 13.31m 6.4wind
5 2 FADWA BOUZA 516 SYRIA 12.79m 0.4wind
6 5 RAHIMA SARDI 353 11/4/1986 20 KYRGYZSTAN 12.75m 0.9wind
7 4 SHIFA ANABTAWI 281 __/__/____ JORDAN NM

MEN SHOT PUT FINAL
1 7 NAVPREEET SINGH 216 15/06/1978 29 INDIA 19.70M
2 5 MING-HUANG CHANG 157 7/8/1982 25 CHINESE TAIPAI 19.66M
3 3 KHALED HABASH M AL SUWAIDI 423 1/1/1984 23 QATAR 19.51M
4 9 SEYEDMAHDI SHAROKHI 244 23/05/1985 22 IRAN 18.80M
5 1 AHMAD GHOLUM 348 31/05/1980 27 KUWAIT 18.17M
6 4 SOURABH VIJ 218 14/06/1987 20 INDIA 17.49M
7 6 MASHARI MOHAMMAD 349 2/7/1987 20 KUWAIT 17.29M
8 8 GRIGORIY KAMULYA 546 31/01/1989 18 UZBEKISTAN 16.84M
9 12 MUS’AB AL MOMANI 295 __/__/____ JORDAN 15.88M
10 10 AMINE KASSEM MOHAMAD 438 26/06/1988 19 QATAR 15.20M
11 11 FEI HOU 365 24/07/1988 19 MACAU 13.16M
12 13 KAMCHEONG MA 366 11/11/1985 21 MACAU 11.84M

WOMEN 5000M FINAL
1 2 KAREEMA SALEH JASMIN 105 18/02/1988 19 BAHRAIN 16:40.87s
2 1 SREEDHRAN PREEJA 190 13/03/1982 25 INDIA 16:56.16s
3 4 MI GYONG KIM 165 17/10/1990 16 DPR KOREA 18:21.32s
4 3 MOJAVERY LEILA EBRAHIMY 227 21/04/1979 28 IRAN 18:50.23s

MEN 800M FINAL
1 5 M.OBAD A. AL-SALHI 465 22/03/1985 22 SAUDI ARABIA 1:51.73s
2 4 SAJAD MORADI 240 30/03/1983 24 IRAN 1:52.22s
3 3 ABUBAKER ALI KAMAL 435 1/1/1983 24 QATAR 1:52.88s
4 2 ALI SAAD A. AL-DERAAN 461 17/04/1990 17 SAUDI ARABIA 1:53.50s
5 7 RAJEEV RAMESAN 209 2/3/1985 22 INDIA 1:55.16s
6 8 SURESH ABEYNAKNAM 504 19/09/1982 24 SRILANKA 1:56.27s
7 6 JA EL MOHA JERSHO 238 21/03/1983 24 IRAN 1:57.81s
8 1 SAGAYAJ PATHI FRANCIS 207 1/3/1983 24 INDIA 2:02.43s

WOMEN DISCUS THROW FINAL
1 8 SHAOYANG XU 130 9/2/1983 23 CHINA 61.30m
2 4 YANFENG LI 122 15/05/1979 28 CHINA 61.13m
3 6 KRISHNA POONIA 189 5/5/1982 25 INDIA 55.38m
4 2 HARWANT KAUR 183 5/7/1980 27 INDIA 52.43m
5 1 WEN-HUA LI 153 3/12/1989 18 CHINA TPE 49.83m
6 3 JUTHAPORN KRASAEYAN 531 13/02/1971 36 THAILAND 49.79m
7 7 ISAK LAWA 151 15/03/1988 19 CHINA TPE 49.28m
8 9 LAYCHI WAN 481 12/9/1988 18 SINGAPORE 43.06m
9 10 HIBA ALOMAR 515 __/__/____ SYRIA NM

MEN DECATHLON 1500M
1 KUN-WOO KIM 325 KOR 4:22.30 796pts
2 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 UZB 4:39.23 685pts
3 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 IND 4:41.96 668pts
4 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 QAT 4:44.95 649pts
5 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 IRI 5:02.58 545pts
6 SINGH JORA 199 IND 5:14.19 481pts
PAVEL DUBISKIY 307 KAZ DNS

MEN 4X100M RELAY HEATS 1
1 T THAILAND THAILAND 39.53 Q
2 Q QATAR QATAR 39.76 Q
3 H HONG KONG HONG KONG 40.64 Q
4 C CHINESE TAIPAI CHINESE TAIPAI DNF
5 P PHILIPPINE PHILIPPINE DNS
6 Y YEMEN YEMEN DNS

MEN 4X100M RELAY HEATS 2
1 C CHINA CHINA 39.62 Q
2 I INDIA INDIA 40.18 Q
3 S SAUDI ARABIA SAUDI ARABIA 40.51 Q
4 S SINGAPORE SINGAPORE 40.95 q
5 K KUWAIT KUWAIT 41.31 q
6 J JORDAN JORDAN DNF

MEN DECATHLON FINAL RESULTS
1 AHMED HASSAN MUSA QAT 7678
2 HADI SEPEHRZAD IRI 7667
3 PAVEL ANDREEV UZB 7484
4 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD IND 7441
5 KUN-WOO KIM KOR 7354
6 SINGH JORA IND 7024

Day 3 Summary (27.7.2007)

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Ehsan Hadadi has out-performed the championships record
of 65.25 meters, which was also set by himself in 2005.

In Day 3, the highlight of the game was Iranian athlete Ehsan Hadadi breaking the championship record on men’s discus throw at the 17th Asian Athletics Championships held in the capital of Jordan. With a throw of 65.38 meters, Hadadi out-performed the championships record of 65.25 meters, which was also set by himself in 2005 in Incheon. Hadadi, 22, is one of the leading athletes at the event of men’s discus throw in Asia. The Asian record of men’s discus throw was written by Iranian athlete on June 19, 2007, at Staiki with 67.95 meters. The silver medal was taken by Qatari athlete Rashid Shafi B al-Dosari in 63.49 meters and Hadidi’s teammate Abbas Samimi settled with third in 61.29 meters.

Chinese athlete Zhao Yanni finished first in the women’s 3,000m steeplechase, expanding gold medals for Chinese team to five.

During the third day’s competition, Japan began to grab gold medals, winning women’s 100m hurdles and women’s 400m hurdles.

Chitra K Soman fetched the first gold medal for India at the 17th Asian Athletics Championship on Friday by winning women’s 400m race at Amman, Jordan. Chitra clocked 53.03 minutes to win her first Asian championship individual title. She defeated Japan’s Asami Tanno, who travelled the distance in 53.20 sec, to clinch the honours at the prestigious event. Sri Lanka’s Mgnaka clocked 54.11 sec.

The host of the championships Jordan captured its first medal with Bara’h Marwan winning the silver medal of women’s 3,000m steeplechase on Friday.

Olga Rypakova of Kazakhstan won the gold with a leap of 6.66m on her last attempt.. Anju Bobby George won the silver in the women’s long jump by clearing 6.65 metres, which was better than the World Championship qualifying mark. But due to an excess wind speed of 4.1 metres per second she was not considered as having qualified.

Team Singapore has competitors in the Men’s 200m. Princeton based Shafiq Kashimiri clocked 21.63s. That’s his fourth string of 21.6s 200m run this year, consistent on the mark. However he fall short of the 21.40s SEA Games qualifying mark. We also had a 200m Women athlete. Wong Zeteng, who ran 26.21s. Her time didn’t quite make the cut for the finals. SEA Games Women 200m qualifying marks is 23.97s.

The day also saw our 800m men specialist, Subaish. It seems he’s suffering from a dip of form when he clocked 2:03.11s, a far cry from his personal best of 1:54. Our last competitor was Women’s long jumper Yang Peishan. She didn’t jump to her true usual form when she jumped 4.91 for her best effort. Her PB for the year is 5.62m. A stark difference

There will be nine events during the fourth day’s competition on Saturday

Day 3 Results (27.7.2007)

MEN DECATHLON 100M 1 wind=+1.0m/s
1 5 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 3/4/1979 28 INDIA 10.79s 908pts
2 4 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 18/01/1983 24 IRAN 10.84s 897pts
3 2 KUN-WOO KIM 325 29/02/1980 27 KOREA 11.28s 799pts
4 1 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 24/11/1978 28 UZBEKISTAN 11.61s 730pts
3 VITALIY SMINOV 547 25/10/1978 28 UZBEKISTAN DNS

MEN DECATHLON 100M2 wind=+0.9m/s
1 4 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 17/06/1981 26 QATAR 10.85s 894pts
2 1 PAVEL DUBITSKIY 307 27/08/1982 24 KAZAKHESTAN 11.29s 797pts
2 2 SINGH JORA 199 20/02/1979 28 INDIA 11.29s 797pts
4 3 M. JASSM M. ALQAREE 464 11/5/1988 18 SAUDI ARABIA DNS

MEN 200M HEATS 1 Wind=+2.2 m/s
1 3 KENJI FUJIMITSU 264 1/5/1986 21 JAPAN 20.87s Q
2 2 KHALIL AL HAHANAHNEH 293 __/__/____ JORDAN 20.90s Q
3 5 TSE-CHING LIANG 159 31/01/1990 17 CHINESE TAIPAI 21.40s q
4 4 MUHAMAD ZAIFUL ZAINAL ABIDIN 387 28/06/1982 25 MALYSIA 21.70s
5 6 AL NASHRI YASIR 467 1/4/1990 17 SAUDI ARABIA 21.81s
6 7 TAMIM MOHAMMAD SIRAJ 362 1/1/1985 22 LEBANON 21.84s
7 1 SAAD AL YAHYA 345 KUWAIT 22.59s
8 8 SALIM AL GAIFI 556 __/__/____ YEMEN DNS

MEN 200M HEATS 2 Wind=+1.8m/s
1 3 ALWALEED A. ABDULLA 417 5/7/1984 23 QATAR 21.08 Q
2 5 YIK CHUN TANG 175 7/10/1977 30 HONG KONG 21.15 Q
3 6 JUN-WOO LEE 327 2/11/1986 21 KOREA 21.33 q
4 4 HOWASWI MUSSA 460 15/05/1980 27 SAUDI ARABIA 21.43
5 2 NARENDRAN SHANMUGANTHAN 385 3/3/1986 21 MALYSIA 21.7
6 7 RASHID ARNOUS 286 __/__/____ JORDAN 22.11
7 8 SEMAAN THOMAS 363 __/__/____ LEBANON 22.15
8 1 MD. SHAMSUDUN 116 15/09/1984 22 BANGLADESH 23.76

MEN 200M HEATS 3 Wind=+1.2m/s
1 3 ACHMADS SAKEH 225 25/12/1979 27 INDONESIA 21.47 Q
2 4 KI HO LEUNG 174 4/3/1988 19 HONG KONG 21.62 Q
3 2 AREEF IBRAHIM BADAR 426 14/08/1985 21 QATAR 21.62
4 1 SHAFIQ K 490 __/__/____ SINGAPORE 21.63
5 7 MOHAMMED MUNASSAR 562 1/1/1990 17 YEMEN 23.29
5 HEE NAM LIM 329 29/05/1984 23 KOREA DNF
6 ARNOLD VILLARUBE 414 23/03/1980 27 PHILIPPINE DNS
8 ZAHIR NASEER 369 15/11/1979 27 MALDIVES DNS

WOMEN 200M HEATS 1 Wind=+2.09m/s
1 6 PA SUIAH NEELA 501 15/04/1982 25 SRILANKA 23.88 Q
2 5 SHU – CHUAN CHEN 147 20/04/1978 29 CHINESE TAIPAI 24.71 Q
3 7 MARYAM TOOSI 229 5/12/1988 19 IRAN 25.16 Q
4 4 SADAF SIDD’QUI 391 27/08/1985 21 PAKISTAN 26.06
5 3 GHARID GHROUF 395 12/9/1980 26 PALESTINE 26.8
2 GOFRAN MHAMAD 517 SYRIA DQ 162.7

WOMEN 200M HEATS 2 Wind=+0.58m/s
RANK LANE NAME BIB DOB AGE COUNTRY PERF.
1 5 SUSANTIKA JAYASINGHE 500 17/12/1975 31 SRILANKA 23.35 Q
2 1 VU THI HUONG 551 __/__/____ VIETNAM 23.97 Q
3 3 YINGTING ZOU 133 17/09/1986 20 CHINA 24.17 Q
4 2 TASSLAKIAN GRETTA 357 __/__/____ LEBANON 24.58 q
5 4 HYUNG-MI OH 320 13/10/1982 24 KOREA 25.17 q
6 6 ZETENG WONG 482 30/06/1987 20 SINGAPORE 26.21

MEN DECATHLON LONG JUMP
1 6 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 3/4/1979 28 INDIA 7.40 910pts
2 2 KUN-WOO KIM 325 29/02/1980 27 KOREA 7.27 878pts
3 9 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 17/06/1981 26 QATAR 7.16 852pts
4 5 PAVEL DUBITSKIY 307 27/08/1982 24 KAZAKHESTAN 7.11 840pts
5 4 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 18/01/1983 24 IRAN 7.05 826pts
6 1 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 24/11/1978 28 UZBEKISTAN 6.88 785pts
7 7 SINGH JORA 199 20/02/1979 28 INDIA 6.47 691pts

MEN DECATHLON SHOT PUT
1 4 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 18/01/1983 24 IRAN 15.85m 842pts
2 1 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 24/11/1978 28 UZBEKISTAN 14.64m 768pts
3 9 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 17/06/1981 26 QATAR 14.40m 753pts
4 6 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 3/4/1979 28 INDIA 13.05m 670pts
5 7 SINGH JORA 199 20/02/1979 28 INDIA 12.85m 658pts
6 5 PAVEL DUBITSKIY 307 27/08/1982 24 KAZAKHESTAN 12.44m 633pts
7 2 KUN-WOO KIM 325 29/02/1980 27 KOREA 12.34m 627pts

MEN POLE VAULT FINAL
1 4 MOHAMMADMOHSEN RABBANI 241 18/04/1983 24 IRAN 5.35m
2 2 DO-KYUN KIM 322 21/06/1979 28 KOREA 5.25m
3 5 TAKAFUMI SUZUKI 270 25/05/1987 20 JAPAN 5.10m
4 7 ALI AL SBAGHAH 342 28/06/1984 23 KUWAIT 5.00m
5 8 ABDULLA GHANIM SAEED 447 2/4/1976 31 QATAR 4.80m
6 10 THAHER AL ZABOUN 291 __/__/____ JORDAN 4.80m
7 9 MUANAD KHALAF 523 SYRIA 4.30m
1 QUAN YANG 145 8/12/1985 21 CHINA NM
3 MASAFUMI MORIBE 268 29/01/1984 23 JAPAN NM
6 RIFAT ARTIKOV 545 24/01/1983 24 UZBEKISTAN NM

MEN 800M HEATS 1
1 4 SAJAD MORADI 240 30/03/1983 24 IRAN 1:48.47s Q
2 1 ABUBAKER ALI KAMAL 435 1/1/1983 24 QATAR 1:48.80s Q
3 6 ALI SAAD A. AL-DERAAN 461 17/04/1990 17 SAUDI ARABIA 1:48.84s Q
4 3 SURESH ABEYNAKNAM 504 19/09/1982 24 SRILANKA 1:49.95s q
5 5 SAGAYAJ PATHI FRANCIS 207 1/3/1983 24 INDIA 1:50.17s q
6 2 PRATAP CHAND 389 19/07/1978 29 NEPAL 2:02.21s
7 7 G. SHAREG HAMKAR 101 6/6/1986 AFGHANISTAN 2:10.29s
8 VADIVELLAN MAHENDRAN 566 __/__/____ MALYSIA

MEN 800M HEATS 2
1 4 M.OBAD A. AL-SALHI 465 22/03/1985 22 SAUDI ARABIA 1:50.96s Q
2 5 JA EL MOHA JERSHO 238 21/03/1983 24 IRAN 1:51.53s Q
3 6 RAJEEV RAMESAN 209 2/3/1985 22 INDIA 1:51.64s Q
4 3 MASATO YOKOTA 275 19/11/1987 19 JAPAN 1:52.23s
5 1 MUSAAB A BALA 427 19/03/1989 18 QATAR 1:57.11s
6 2 SUBAISH R 495 3/1/1984 23 SINGAPORE 2:03.11s
7 7 MOHAMMED AL SABAHI 560 26/12/1991 15 YEMEN DNS

WOMEN LONG JUMP FINAL
1 1 OLGA RYPAKOVA 301 30/11/1984 22 KAZAKHESTAN 6.66m +2.4wind
2 2 ANJU BOBBY GEORGE 178 19/04/1977 30 INDIA 6.65m +1.3wind
3 8 SOON OK CHUNG 315 23/04/1983 24 KOREA 6.60m +2.9wind
4 3 SACHIKO MASUMI 252 20/12/1984 22 JAPAN 6.34m +4.0wind
5 4 HUAHUA LIU 125 20/09/1984 22 CHINA 6.33m +6.3wind
6 9 RIMA TAHA 280 __/__/____ JORDAN 5.99m +1.5wind
7 6 RAHIMA SARDI 353 4/11/1986 20 KYRGYZSTAN 5.98m +3.0wind
8 5 SIN MEI NGEW 372 4/6/1983 24 MALYSIA 5.94m +2.7wind
9 7 PEISHAN YANG 484 31/03/1984 23 SINGAPORE 4.91m +6.3wind

WOMEN 100M HURDLES FINAL Wind= +1.9m/s
1 4 MAMI ISHINO 248 10/1/1983 23 JAPAN 13.26s
2 5 LIYUAN HE 119 14/01/1983 24 CHINA 13.31s
3 3 YEON-KYONG LEE 319 15/04/1981 26 KOREA 13.50s
4 6 SIEW WEI MOH 371 30/04/1978 29 MALYSIA 13.68s
5 2 SHEENA ATILANO 401 14/06/1980 27 PHILIPPINE 13.78s
6 8 FADWA BOUZA 516 SYRIA 14.31s
7 7 KYONG AE HAN 164 9/11/1989 17 DPR KOREA 14.96s
8 1 ERAWATI DEDEH 221 25/05/1979 28 INDONESIA 27.73s

WOMEN 400M FINAL
1 3 CHITHRA KULATHUMMURIYIL SOMA 186 10/7/1983 23 INDIA 53.03s
2 6 ASAMI TANNO 255 25/09/1985 21 JAPAN 53.20s
3 2 MGNAKA SOSCKRSSASS 502 10/9/1977 29 SRILANKA 54.11s
4 4 LIN ZHAI 131 15/09/1983 23 CHINA 54.17s
5 5 MANJEET KAUR 185 4/4/1982 25 INDIA 54.40s
6 1 MARINA MASLYONKO 299 3/7/1982 25 KAZAKHESTAN 54.76s
7 7 NATSUMI WATANABE 256 16/08/1988 18 JAPAN 56.66s
8 8 MARYAM TOOSI 229 5/12/1988 19 IRAN 1:00.11s

MEN 400M FINAL
1 6 PRASANNA A. 503 21/03/1981 26 SRILANKA 46.71s
2 3 REZA BOUAZAR 232 22/05/1987 20 IRAN 46.90s
3 2 AFEKIAN MOHAMMAD 239 31/05/1984 23 IRAN 46.93s
4 5 K. M. MATHEW 204 20/12/1980 26 INDIA 46.94s
5 4 ASHOKA JAYASUNAM 509 17/01/1978 29 SRILANKA 47.07s
6 1 BORIS KHAMZIN 308 13/05/1984 23 KAZAKHESTAN 47.57s
7 8 ISMAIL N.H. AL- SABANI 456 25/04/1989 18 SAUDI ARABIA 48.20s
8 7 AMRAN RAJ KRISHNAN 378 6/3/1987 20 MALYSIA DNS

MEN DISCUS THROW FINAL
1 3 EHSAN HADADI 234 20/01/1985 22 IRAN 65.38m CR
2 1 RASHID SHAFI B AL DOSARI 419 8/5/1981 25 QATAR 63.49m
3 7 ABBAS SAMIMI 242 6/9/1977 29 IRAN 61.29m
4 5 VIKAS GOWDA 198 5/7/1983 24 INDIA 60.91m
5 4 AHMED MOHAMMED DHEEB 430 29/09/1985 21 QATAR 56.53m
6 2 SHIGEO HATAKEYAMA 265 9/3/1977 29 JAPAN 56.16m
7 8 MUS’AB AL MOMANI 295 __/__/____ JORDAN 53.94m
6 EBRAHIM A.H.A AL FOUDARI 568 __/__/____ KUWAIT DNS
9 MAHMED MANISOR 524 SYRIA DNS

WOMEN 400M HURDLES FINAL
1 2 SATOMI KUBOKURA 251 27/04/1982 25 JAPAN 56.74s
2 1 ZHUOFEN RUAN 127 21/01/1985 22 CHINA 57.63s
3 3 GALINA PEDAN 352 29/05/1983 24 KYRGYZSTAN 59.13s
4 5 GOFRAN MHAMAD 517 SYRIA 59.21s
5 4 SAYAKA AOKI 245 15/12/1986 20 JAPAN 59.55s
6 6 ABEER AL HIYARI 278 __/__/____ JORDAN 1:10.38s

MEN 400M HURDLES FINAL
1 4 YEVGENLY MELESHENKO 311 19/01/1981 26 KAZAKHESTAN 50.01s
2 5 YOSUKE TSUSHIMA 272 24/12/1981 25 JAPAN 50.14s
3 6 JOSEPH G. ABRAHAM 196 11/9/1981 25 INDIA 50.28s
4 3 MASAHIRA YOSHIKATA 276 23/08/1982 24 JAPAN 50.94s
5 2 GHOLAMREZA KARIMI 236 6/5/1977 30 IRAN 51.14s
6 7 IDREES A.J. HOSAWI 470 1/5/1984 23 SAUDI ARABIA 51.22s
7 8 KULDEV SINGH 215 4/4/1981 26 INDIA 51.71s
8 1 ALEKSEY POGORELOV 356 26/03/1983 24 KYRGYZSTAN 52.25s

MEN DECATHLON 400M 1
1 2 KUN-WOO KIM 325 29/02/1980 27 KOREA 49.34s 845pts
2 5 PULIMOOTTIL VINOD 219 3/4/1979 28 INDIA 49.89s 820pts
3 4 HADI SEPEHRZAD 243 18/01/1983 24 IRAN 50.87s 775pts
4 1 PAVEL ANDREEV 544 24/11/1978 28 UZBEKISTAN 52.76s 692pts
5 3 VITALIY SMINOV 547 25/10/1978 28 UZBEKISTAN DNS

MEN DECATHLON 400M 2
1 4 AHMED HASSAN MUSA 443 17/06/1981 26 QATAR 50.14s 808pts
2 2 SINGH JORA 199 20/02/1979 28 INDIA 51,58s 743pts
3 1 PAVEL DUBITSKIY 307 27/08/1982 24 KAZAKHESTAN 52.76s 692pts
4 3 M. JASSM M. ALQAREE 464 11/5/1988 18 SAUDI ARABIA DNS

MEN 3000M STEEPLECHASE FINAL
1 5 ALI AHMAD ALIMER 459 29/01/1985 22 SAUDI ARABIA 8:40.25s
2 4 ZAKARIA KAME EL ALI 425 __/__/____ QATAR 8:40.49s
3 1 MOUSTAFA AHMED SHEBTO 449 4/7/1986 21 QATAR 8:47.99s
4 7 OMID MERABI 237 26/11/1982 24 IRAN 9:11.11s
2 RENE HERRERA 408 24/05/1979 28 PHILIPPINE DNF
3 BASHAR AL KAFRINI 285 __/__/____ JORDAN DNF
6 MONTASER M.A. KHADAIR 569 23/04/1988 19 PALESTINE DNF

WOMEN 3000M STEEPLECAHSE FINAL
1 1 YANNI ZHAO 132 9/1/1991 15 CHINA 10:48.18s
2 4 BARA’H MARWAN 283 __/__/____ JORDAN 12:03.04s
3 3 MOJAVERY LEILA EBRAHIMY 227 21/04/1979 28 IRAN 12:12.40s
4 2 EMAN AL ALLAD 514 SYRIA 13:07.39s

Day 2 Summary (26.7.2007)

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Qatar’s Samuel Francis (left), who won the men’s
100m in record time, poses with compatriot and bronze
medallist Alwaleed Abdullah.

An Asian record in the men’s 100 metres by the 20-year-old Qatari of Nigerian origin, Samuel A. Francis, marked the second day of championships at the Amman International Stadium here on Thursday. Francis timed 9.99 secs to better Japanese Koji Ito’s 1998 Bangkok Asian Games mark of 10.00s. Making his Asian debut as an “import” in Qatari colours, Francis had given notice of his prowess with a championships record of 10.18s in the heats on Wednesday. On Thursday he simply ran away from the rest past the half-way mark. Japanese Ueno Masahide was second, well behind, at 10.26s while Qatari Alwaleed Abdullah took the bronze in 10.30s. Defending champion Yahya Al-Kahes of Saudi Arabia finished last while Asian Games champion Yahya Ibrahim Hassan, also of Saudi Arabia, went out in the semifinals.

Mohammed Al-Khuwailidi of Saudi Arabia, a last-minute entry, won the long jump title with a wind-aided 8.16 metres. He had two other jumps of eight or more. 8.16m. He had two other jumps of eight metres or more. Another Saudi Arabian, three-time Asian champion Hussein Taher Al-Sabee withdrew at the last minute leaving Khuwailidi as the favourite. Kuwaiti Saleh Al Haddad, with 8.05m, coming in the last round, claimed the silver while Chinese Li Runrun with 7.84 metres, took the bronze. Almost all jumps including those of the medal winners, were wind-aided.

Preeja Sreedharan earned for India its first medal, the silver in the women’s 10,000 metres. In a three-woman field, the medals were more or less decided even before the race began, with Bahrain’s Kareema Saleh Jasim, the silver winner at the Doha Asian Games, clearly a cut above the Indian and North Korean Kim Mi Gyong. Kareema coasted to a 34:26.39 victory while Preeja clocked one of her poorest in recent months in coming more than one and a half minutes behind the Bahrainian. The 26-year-old Kerala woman timed 36:04.54.

Team Singapore saw the comeback for our duo China import throwers. An encouraging start for Zhang Guirong with a 15.99m effort, however a far cry from her last SEA Games gold effort of 17.40m. She has qualified for SEA Games with that throw, being our SEA Games qualifying mark for Women’s shotput is 14.15m. Du Xianhui however didn’t make her mark even on the competition with all her throw ran foul disqualified. She has however upcoming 3rd, 4th and Singapore Open to qualify again.

Day 2 Results (26.7.2007)

MEN 20KM WALK FINAL
1 ZHIDE CUI 136 1/11/1983 CHINA 1:30:21.3hr
2 II-YONG SHIN 332 2/17/1979 KOREA 1:31:33.4hr
3 RUSTEM KUWATOV 309 9/11/1977 KAZAKHESTAN 1:32:37.5hr
4 MABROOK SALEH N MOHAMED 440 4/23/1983 QATAR 1:34:43.4hr
5 KRISTIAN LUMBAN TOBLING 223 7/24/1979 INDONESIA 1:35:08.3hr
6 JIBREEEL RAHMAT KHAN 436 QATAR 1:36:45.6hr
7 CHOON SIENG LO 380 11/16/1985 MALYSIA 1:39:17.7hr
8 MOHD SHARRULHAI ABD RAHMAN 375 2/19/1980 MALYSIA 1:48:01.0hr
JIMIN DONG 137 10/10/1983 CHINA DNS
MHMAD JOMAA 522 __/__/____ SYRIA DNS

WOMEN HEPTATHLON LONG JUMP
1 3 SHOBHA JAGDISHA JAVUR 180 14/01/1978 29 INDIA 5.97m 840pts
2 1 IRINA NAUMENKO 300 13/02/1980 27 KAZAKHESTAN 5.86m 807pts
3 2 SUSMITA SINGHAROY 191 26/03/1984 23 INDIA 5,81m 792pts
4 4 NGUYEN THI THU CUC 553 __/__/____ VIETNAM 5.49m 697pts

WOMEN 400M HEATS 1
1 2 LIN ZHAI 131 15/09/1983 23 CHINA 55.33 Q
2 5 MANJEET KAUR 185 4/4/1982 25 INDIA 55.70 Q
3 6 NATSUMI WATANABE 256 16/08/1988 18 JAPAN 56.11 Q
4 3 MARYAM TOOSI 229 5/12/1988 19 IRAN 57.50 q
5 4 BUSHRA PARVEEN 390 6/3/1982 25 PAKISTAN 01:02.9

WOMEN 400M HEATS 2
1 4 CHITHRA KULATHUMMURIYIL SOMA 186 10/7/1983 23 INDIA 53.60 Q
2 3 ASAMI TANNO 255 25/09/1985 21 JAPAN 53.67 Q
3 6 MGNAKA SOSCKRSSASS 502 10/9/1977 29 SRILANKA 54.19 Q
5 5 MARINA MASLYONKO 299 3/7/1982 25 KAZAKHESTAN 56.95 q
2 ANNA GAVRYUSHENKO 296 25/05/1982 25 KAZAKHESTAN DNF

MEN LONG JUMP FINAL
1 5 MOHAMMED SALMAN H. AL KHUWAIDI 564 18/06/1981 26 SAUDI ARABIA 8.16m 3.7wind
2 2 SALEH AL HADAD 338 7/4/1986 21 KUWAIT 8.05m 5.2wind
3 3 RUNRUN LI 139 24/02/1983 24 CHINA 7.84m 2.3wind
4 4 CHIH – CHIEN CHAO 158 30/09/1983 23 CHINESE TAIPAI 7.82m 3wind
5 7 KONSTANLLN SAFRONOV 312 2/9/1987 20 KAZAKHESTAN 7.77m 1.7wind
6 6 YOHEI SUGAI 269 30/08/1985 21 JAPAN 7.69m 1.3wind
7 11 JOEBERT DELICANO 404 16/01/1980 27 PHILIPPINE 7.68m 4.5wind
8 1 JINZHE LI 138 1/9/1989 18 CHINA 7.62m 4.4wind
9 9 DAISUKE ARAKAWA 262 19/09/1981 25 JAPAN 7.61m 4.3wind
10 12 HABIB MARC 361 1/1/1980 27 LEBANON 7.34m 1.8wind
11 16 ALI REZA HABIBI __/__/____ IRAN 7.33m 0.6wind
12 15 ZAFAR IQBAL 393 10/4/1982 24 PAKISTAN 7.28m 2.5wind
13 8 MOHD SYAHRUL AM MOHD SUHAIMI 384 2/9/1983 24 MALYSIA 7.25m 2.4wind
14 13 HUSEIN AL YOUHA 346 10/6/1978 28 KUWAIT 7.18m 1.5wind
15 10 HUSSAM T.A AL SABA 454 13/11/1979 27 SAUDI ARABIA DNS
16 14 BENIGNO MARAYAG 410 5/3/1986 21 PHILIPPINE DNS

WOMEN HEPTATHLON JAVELIN THROW
1 3 SHOBHA JAGDISHA JAVUR 180 14/01/1978 29 INDIA 40.47 676pts
2 1 IRINA NAUMENKO 300 13/02/1980 27 KAZAKHESTAN 35.28 577pts
3 4 NGUYEN THI THU CUC 553 __/__/____ VIETNAM 33.02 534pts
4 2 SUSMITA SINGHAROY 191 26/03/1984 23 INDIA 32.16 518pts

MEN 400M HURDLES HEAT 1
RANK LANE NAME BIB DOB AGE COUNTRY PERF.
1 2 YOSUKE TSUSHIMA 272 24/12/1981 25 JAPAN 51.33s Q
2 1 YEVGENLY MELESHENKO 311 19/01/1981 26 KAZAKHESTAN 51.59s Q
3 4 GHOLAMREZA KARIMI 236 6/5/1977 30 IRAN 51.80s Q
4 3 KULDEV SINGH 215 4/4/1981 26 INDIA 51.92s q
5 5 ZULKARHAIN PURBA 224 19/09/1981 25 INDONESIA 54.14s

MEN 400M HURDLES HEAT 2
1 6 MASAHIRA YOSHIKATA 276 23/08/1982 24 JAPAN 50.60s Q
2 4 JOSEPH G. ABRAHAM 196 11/9/1981 25 INDIA 50.91s Q
3 2 IDREES A.J. HOSAWI 470 1/5/1984 23 SAUDI ARABIA 51.22s Q
4 5 ALEKSEY POGORELOV 356 26/03/1983 24 KYRGYZSTAN 51.34s q
5 3 SHAHADAN JAMALUDIN 377 4/12/1984 23 MALYSIA 53.28s
6 1 VIKTOR LEPTIKOV 310 7/2/1987 20 KAZAKHESTAN 53.32s
7 AFZAL HOSSAIN 114 1/1/1987 20 BANGLADESH DNF

WOMEN SHOT PUT FINAL
1 1 XIANGRONG LIU 126 6/6/1988 19 CHINA 17.65m
2 3 MI-YOUNG LEE 318 19/08/1979 27 KOREA 16.58m
3 5 CHIA- YING LIN 154 5/11/1982 25 CHINESE TAIPAI 16.46m
4 4 GUIRONG ZHANG 485 5/2/1978 29 SINGAPORE 15.99m
5 6 JUTHAPORN KRASAEYAN 531 13/02/1971 36 THAILAND 15.27m
6 7 HIBA ALOMAR 515 __/__/____ SYRIA 11.24m
7 2 XIANHUI DU 477 4/1/1981 26 SINGAPORE NM

MEN 100M SEMI 1 Wind=+1.5m/s
1 4 SAMUEL A. FRANCIS 431 27/03/1987 20 QATAR 10.19s Q
2 2 WACHARA SONDEE 538 9/4/1983 23 THAILAND 10.45s Q
3 5 YAYHA S.S. AL GAMES 451 19/02/1986 21 SAUDI ARABIA 10.45s Q
4 6 HEE NAM LIM 329 29/05/1984 23 KOREA 10.48s Q
5 3 KHALIL AL HAHANAHNEH 293 __/__/____ JORDAN 10.52s
6 8 CHUN HO LAI 172 5/2/1989 18 HONG KONG 10.55s
7 7 SURYA AGUNG WIBOWO 226 8/10/1983 23 INDONESIA 10.63s
8 1 WEN-TANG WANG 162 11/7/1987 19 CHINESE TAIPAI 10.75s

MEN 100M SEMI 2 Wind=+4.2m/s
1 3 MASAHIDE UENO 273 10/9/1983 23 JAPAN 10.16s Q
2 5 SIRIROJ DARASURIYONG 535 8/1/1984 22 THAILAND 10.26s Q
3 6 ALWALEED A. ABDULLA 417 5/7/1984 23 QATAR 10.27s Q
4 4 UMNRISA SUREHDRA 513 21/05/1981 26 SRILANKA 10.31s Q
5 1 YAYHA . H.I HABEEB 469 24/04/1984 23 SAUDI ARABIA 10.36s
6 8 RASHID ARNOUS 286 __/__/____ JORDAN 10.39s
7 7 JUN-WOO LEE 327 2/11/1986 21 KOREA 10.45s
8 2 MOHAMED SANAD AL RASHEDI 107 1/1/1986 21 BAHRAIN DNS

WOMEN 800M FINAL
1 8 TRUONG THANH HANG 550 __/__/____ VIETNAM 2:04.77s
2 3 SINIMOL PAULOSE 188 24/06/1983 24 INDIA 2:06.15s
3 4 AYAKO JINNOUCHI 249 21/01/1987 20 JAPAN 2:08.75s
4 1 SUSHMA DEVI 179 7/5/1984 23 INDIA 2:10.63s
5 5 MARGARITA MATSKO 298 1/4/1986 21 KAZAKHESTAN 2:16.44s
6 4 YONG LI 123 18/06/1988 19 CHINA 2:18.13s
7 2 BUSHRA PARVEEN 390 6/3/1982 25 PAKISTAN 2:23.76s
8 6 YUN OK KWAK 166 25/04/1988 19 DPR KOREA 2:27.36s
9 8 BAYAN ISAM 282 __/__/____ JORDAN 2:28.74s
10 7 FATHIMATH HASMA 368 6/7/1988 19 MALDIVES 2:35.39s
11 6 MARYAM TOOSI 229 5/12/1988 19 IRAN 2:59.04s

WOMEN HEPTATHLON 800M
1 4 NGUYEN THI THU CUC 553 __/__/____ VIETNAM 02:25.5 750pts
2 1 IRINA NAUMENKO 300 13/02/1980 27 KAZAKHESTAN 02:27.3 727pts
3 2 SUSMITA SINGHAROY 191 26/03/1984 23 INDIA 02:27.9 719pts
4 3 SHOBHA JAGDISHA JAVUR 180 14/01/1978 29 INDIA 02:32.6 661pts

WOMEN JAVELIN THROW FINAL .
1 2 BUOBAN PAMANG 532 27/12/1986 20 THAILAND 58.35m
2 6 KYONG-AE KIM 317 3/5/1988 19 KOREA 53.01m
3 1 . BRBARA 499 18/09/1981 25 SRILANKA 52.59m
4 3 LILIA DUSMETOVA 543 11/2/1981 25 UZBEKISTAN 51.34m
5 4 EMIKA YOSHIDA 258 10/12/1985 21 JAPAN 49.98m
6 5 YU-HSUN CHEN 148 17/10/1982 24 CHINESE TAIPAI 46.96m
7 7 PEI-LIEN CHIU 149 5/7/1990 17 CHINESE TAIPAI 45.81m

MEN 10000M FINAL
1 1 AHMAD HASSAN ABDULLAH 418 29/07/1981 25 QATAR 29:45.95s
2 6 ALI DAWOUD SEDAM 448 29/06/1984 23 QATAR 29:58.33s
3 2 ALI HASSAN MAHBOOB 110 31/12/1981 25 BAHRAIN 30:05.12s
4 9 ISHAQ ISA ABEDEEN 106 1/1/1988 19 BAHRAIN 30:51.43s
5 3 SURENDRA SINGH 217 1/10/1978 29 INDIA 31:05.68s
6 5 KUMAR SANTOSH 211 12/7/1984 22 INDIA 31:16.43s
7 11 OMID MERABI 237 26/11/1982 24 IRAN 31:19.54s
4 DU-HAENG LEE 326 25/12/1981 25 KOREA DNF
7 OMAR ABUSAID 396 29/10/1985 21 PALESTINE DNS
8 MAHMOUD YAUSER 399 19/05/1979 28 PALESTINE DNS
10 MOHAMMED AL JURAID 558 1/1/1989 18 YEMEN DNS

WOMEN 100M FINAL Wind= +3.1m/s
1 3 SUSANTIKA JAYASINGHE 500 17/12/1975 31 SRILANKA 11.19s PB
2 6 VU THI HUONG 551 __/__/____ VIETNAM 11.33s PB
3 4 YINGTING ZOU 133 17/09/1986 20 CHINA 11.54s
4 1 PA SUIAH NEELA 501 15/04/1982 25 SRILANKA 11.66s PB
5 2 TOMAKO ISHIDA 247 12/5/1977 29 JAPAN 11.69s
6 5 ORRANUT KLOMDEE 530 1/6/1980 27 THAILAND 11.72s
7 8 HYUNG-MI OH 320 13/10/1982 24 KOREA 11.75s
8 7 SAORI KITAKAZE 250 3/4/1985 22 JAPAN 11.76s

MEN 100M FINAL Wind=+0.9m/s
1 5 SAMUEL A. FRANCIS 431 27/03/1987 20 QATAR 9.99s AR
2 4 MASAHIDE UENO 273 10/9/1983 23 JAPAN 10.26s
3 7 ALWALEED A. ABDULLA 417 5/7/1984 23 QATAR 10.30s
4 3 WACHARA SONDEE 538 9/4/1983 23 THAILAND 10.36s 10.352
5 6 SIRIROJ DARASURIYONG 535 8/1/1984 22 THAILAND 10.36s 10.36
5 8 UMNRISA SUREHDRA 513 21/05/1981 26 SRILANKA 10.36s 10.36
7 1 HEE NAM LIM 329 29/05/1984 23 KOREA 10.42s
8 2 YAYHA S.S. AL GAMES 451 19/02/1986 21 SAUDI ARABIA 10.44s

Day 1 Summary (25.7.2007)

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The 17th Asian Athletics Championship yesterday saw the Day 1 being held. The event which was originally to be hosted in Lebanon, was instead being hosted in Amman Jordan due to the unrest in troubled Lebanon. Some 450 athletes from 33 countries and regions in Asia have been registered to participate in the competition from July 25 to 29.

Chinese athlete Jiang Qiuyan claimed the title of women’s 20km race walk, the first gold medal of the event. China in whole dominated day one of the Asian athletics championships at the Amman International Stadium on Wednesday, despite fielding a second-string team. It was infact a one-two China finish in women’s 20km walk, then China again grabbed gold in women’s hammer throw (Liao Xioyan 60.58m)

There was surprises of the game when Asian Games champions in high jump Jean-Claude Rabbath (2.21m) of Lebanon was edged by unknown Malaysian’s Lee Hup Wei (2.24m). The Malaysian is now favorite to grab gold at SEA Games 2007. Another upset was Asian champion Dilshod Nazraov (75.70m) of Tajikstan in the hammer throw who lost to Ali Zinkawi of Kuwait (75.71m), being pipped of the gold by 1cm

In the women’s heptathlon, as expected Kazakh Irina Naumenko lead the field of four with 1920 points (14.35s in 100m hurdles and 1.81m in high jump). Another surprise package is Vietnamese Nguyen Thu Cuc who is second, well ahead of the duo Indians Susmita Singha Roy (1692 points) and J J. Shobha (1623 points). This is due to Nguyen’s high jump attempt of 1.72m which put her ahead

In the Men’s 400m event, it was a training day for most of the elite runners, running to qualify and conserving for the finals. Leading the qualifiers into the 400m final was Sri Lankan Ashok Jayasunam with a 46.60s, with Reza Bousar of Iran winning the other heat in 47.21s. Previous Asian Games champion Fawzi Al-Shammari of Kuwait surprisingly did not finish in his heats while the popular Hamdhan Odha Al-Bishi of Saudi Arabia, reigning Asian Games champion withdrew from the game. Our two Singapore’s 400m specialist Kenneth Khoo and Muthukumaran ran 49.2s and 49.4s respectively

In the Men’s 100m heats, there was a championship record. It bettered Qatar’s Talal Mansoor’s 1993 mark of 10.22s which happen to be Talal Mansoor winning timing then. But Samuel R. Francis of Qatar who is a Nigerian import blew the field away and is likely winner for the finals. Our only South East Asian counterpart who qualified for the finals is Thailand’s Wachara Sondee who clocked 10.51s in his heats. As for our Team Singapore, Alfred Sim clocked 11.19s while Poh Seng Song 10.89s

While the Women’s 100m heats, saw Sri Lankan Susanthika Jayasinghe cruising her heats with 11.35s timing, just 0.1s shy away from equalling her personal best. With Bahrain’s Rakia Al-Ghasara, another pull-out from the games, this makes Susanthika the favourite. Our Team Singapore saw two young lady sprinters, Ann Siao Mei finished with a time of 12.59s in her heats while Amanda Choo 12.44s

Tommorrow of Day 2 at 17th Asian Athletics Championship promise a good day of athletics action where Men’s Long Jump, Women’s 400m Heats and Men’s 400m Hurdles final among the event to be held. Team Singapore shall see the return of Du Xianhui and Zhang Guirong in the Women’s shotput

Day 1 Results (25.7.2007)

WOMEN 20KM WALK
1 QIUYAN JIANG 14/03/1983 24 CHINA 1:36:16.9s
2 YANMIN BAI 29/06/1987 20 CHINA 1:38:10.6s
3 SVETLANA TOLSTAYA 9/8/1971 35 KAZAKHESTAN 1:41:53.0s
4 YU FANG YUAN 1/2/1976 31 MALYSIA 1:51:28.0s
5 RANIA OTHMAN SYRIA 1:59:04.3s

WOMEN HEPTATHLON ( 100M HURDLES)
1 IRINA NAUMENKO 13/02/1980 27 KAZAKHESTAN 14.35 929pts
2 SHOBHA JAGDISHA JAVUR 14/01/1978 29 INDIA 14.66 887pts
3 SUSMITA SINGHAROY 26/03/1984 23 INDIA 14.94 850pts
4 NGUYEN THI THU CUC __/__/____ VIETNAM 15.2 815pts

WOMEN 100M HEATS

HEAT-1-1 Wind=+0.0m/s
1 SUSANTIKA JAYASINGHE 17/12/1975 31 SRILANKA 11.35 Q
2 VU THI HUONG __/__/____ VIETNAM 11.72 Q
3 HYUNG-MI OH 13/10/1982 24 KOREA 11.86 q
4 KIN YEE WAN 20/07/1975 32 HONG KONG 12
5 SZE MIN AMANDA CHOO 10/10/1987 19 SINGAPORE 12.44
6 SADAF SIDD’QUI 27/08/1985 21 PAKISTAN 12.64
7 SHIFA ANABTAWI __/__/____ JORDAN 13
DNS GHARID GHROUF 12/9/1980 26 PALESTINE

HEAT-2-1 Wind=+0.0m/s
1 YINGTING ZOU 17/09/1986 20 CHINA 11.68 Q
2 TOMAKO ISHIDA 12/5/1977 29 JAPAN 11.86 Q
3 PA SUIAH NEELA 15/04/1982 25 SRILANKA 11.96 q
4 PACHARIN JANDANG 8/6/1984 22 THAILAND 12.08
5 YI-CHUN LIN 18/11/1986 20 CHINA TPE 12.11
6 TASSLAKIAN GRETTA __/__/____ LEBANON 12.4
7 FATEN ABDULNABI 7/2/1985 22 BAHRAIN 12.55
8 CHANDRA KALA THAPA 2/9/1980 27 NEPAL 13.02

HEAT-3-1 Wind=+0.0m/s
1 ORRANUT KLOMDEE 1/6/1980 27 THAILAND 11.93 Q
2 SAORI KITAKAZE 3/4/1985 22 JAPAN 11.99 Q
3 HO YEE CHAN 27/12/1984 22 HONG KONG 12.34
4 SIAO MEI ANN 20/04/1987 20 SINGAPORE 12.59
5 RIMA TAHA __/__/____ JORDAN 12.99
6 SHAIKHA SAQRN.S AL DOSARI 5/10/1989 18 QATAR 13.93
DNF SOON OK CHUNG 23/04/1983 24 KOREA

WOMEN HEPTATHLON ( HIGH JUMP)
1 IRINA NAUMENKO 300 13/02/1980 27 KAZAKHESTAN 1.81 991pts
2 NGUYEN THI THU CUC 553 __/__/____ VIETNAM 1.72 879 pts
3 SUSMITA SINGHAROY 191 26/03/1984 23 INDIA 1.69 842pts
4 SHOBHA JAGDISHA JAVUR 180 14/01/1978 29 INDIA 1.6 736pts

MEN 100M HEATS

HEAT-1-1 Wind=+0.0m/s
1 YAYHA S.S. AL GAMES 451 19/02/1986 21 SAUDI ARABIA 10.55 Q
2 KHALIL AL HAHANAHNEH 293 __/__/____ JORDAN 10.64 Q
3 JUN-WOO LEE 327 2/11/1986 21 KOREA 10.65 Q
4 ARNOLD VILLARUBE 414 23/03/1980 27 PHILIPPINE 10.88
5 YONGYI WEN 142 3/1/1987 20 CHINA 11.06
6 SIM CHEE HAO ALFRED 487 1/1/1980 27 SINGAPORE 11.19
7 SAAD AL YAHYA 345 2/12/1989 18 KUWAIT 11.44
DNS TAMIM MOHAMMAD SIRAJ 362 1/1/1985 22 LEBANON

HEAT-2-1 Wind=+0.0m/s
1 ALWALEED A. ABDULLA 5/7/1984 23 QATAR 10.43 Q
2 HEE0NAM LIM 29/05/1984 23 KOREA 10.46 Q
3 YAYNA . H.I HABEEB 24/04/1984 23 SAUDI ARABIA 10.51 Q
4 CHUN HO LAI 5/2/1989 18 HONG KONG 10.56 q
5 RASHID ARNOUS __/__/____ JORDAN 10.66 q
6 WEI CHEN YI 28/08/1988 18 CHINA TPE 10.68
7 MOUSSALLEM HEYKAL 1/1/1980 27 LEBANON 10.87
8 MD. SHAMSUDUN 15/09/1984 22 BANGLADESH 11.6

HEAT-3-1 Wind=+0.0m/s
1 MASAHIDE UENO 10/9/1983 23 JAPAN 10.45 Q
2 UMNRISA SUREHDRA 21/05/1981 26 SRILANKA 10.49 Q
3 WACHARA SONDEE 9/4/1983 23 THAILAND 10.51 Q
4 WEN-TANG WANG 11/7/1987 19 CHINA TPE 10.64 q
5 SIU KEUNG YIP 1/3/1987 20 HONG KONG 10.75
6 SENG SONG POH 30/01/1983 24 SINGAPORE 10.89
7 JARRAH ALKHADHER 7/3/1985 22 KUWAIT 11.05

HEAT-4-1 Wind=+0.0m/s
1 SAMUEL A. FRANCIS 27/03/1987 20 QATAR 10.18 CR Q
2 SIRIROJ DARASURIYONG 8/1/1984 22 THAILAND 10.55 Q
3 SURYA AGUNG WIBOWO 8/10/1983 23 INDONESIA 10.66 Q
4 MOHAMED SANAD AL RASHEDI 1/1/1986 21 BAHRAIN 10.67 q
5 RAYZAM SHAH WAN SOFIAN 1/11/1988 18 MALYSIA 10.74
6 ZAHIR NASEER 15/11/1979 27 MALDIVES 11.63

WOMEN HAMMER THROW FINAL
1 XIAOYAN LIAO 1/1/1984 23 CHINA 60.58
2 NA-RU KANG 25/04/1983 24 KOREA 57.38
3 CHIH-FENG HUANG 9/5/1977 29 CHINA TPE 55.37
4 MIKI YAMASHIRO 19/06/1986 21 JAPAN 54.52
5 SITI SHAHIDA ABDULLAH 29/06/1981 26 MALYSIA 50.81
6 YURITA A ARSYAD 8/10/1981 25 INDONESIA 47.25
7 LORALIE AMAHIT 1/11/1981 26 PHILIPPINE 46.6

MEN HIGH JUMP FINAL
1 HUP WEI LEE 3/5/1987 20 MALYSIA 2.24
2 RABBAT JEAN-CLAUDE 1/1/1980 27 LEBANON 2.21
3 SATORU KUBOTA 29/10/1982 24 JAPAN 2.21
4 HASNEY I.SH. IQEEIJ 31/01/1987 20 SAUDI ARABIA 2.21
5 HARI SANKAR ROY 4/4/1986 21 INDIA 2.18
6 CHIH – HAO TSAO 21/09/1981 25 CHINA TPE 2.18
7 JONG-PYO KIM 28/03/1984 23 KOREA 2.18
8 NGUYEN DUY BANG __/__/____ VIETNAM 2.14
8 SALEM AL ANEZI 4/9/1983 24 KUWAIT 2.14
10 KUANSONG ZHAO 11/2/1986 20 CHINA 2.14
11 JAMEL QASM FAKHARI 12/3/1983 24 SAUDI ARABIA 2.10
11 VILALIY TSYKUNOV 22/01/1984 23 KAZAKHESTAN 2.10
11 SALEM NASER BAKHEET 27/06/1977 30 BAHRAIN 2.10
14 MAJJED GAZAL SYRIA 2.10
15 RASHID AHMED R. AL MANNAI 18/06/1988 19 QATAR 2.10
16 HONGFAI CHOI 4/7/1988 19 MACAU 1.90

MEN HAMMER THROW FINAL
1 ALI ZINKAWI 27/02/1984 23 KUWAIT 75.71
2 DILSHOD NAZAROV 6/5/1982 25 TAJIKISTAN 75.70
3 HIROAKI DOI 2/12/1978 29 JAPAN 70.74
4 YUN-CHUL LEE 28/03/1982 25 KOREA 64.51
5 MD .FARAJ AL KAABI 31/12/1984 22 QATAR 64.06
6 MOHAMMAD AL JAWHAR 27/08/1984 22 KUWAIT 65.78
7 SINGH NIRBAY 2/2/1980 27 INDIA 62.54
8 ARNEIL FERRERA 22/03/1981 26 PHILIPPINE 55.47
DNS KHALED SALAH A. GOMAA 27/10/1986 20 QATAR
DNS FEI HOU 24/07/1988 19 MACAU NM

WOMEN HEPTATHLON (SHOT PUT)
1 IRINA NAUMENKO 13/02/1980 27 KAZAKHESTAN 12.91 721pts
2 SHOBHA JAGDISHA JAVUR 14/01/1978 29 INDIA 12.56 698pts
3 NGUYEN THI THU CUC __/__/____ VIETNAM 11.17 606pts
4 SUSMITA SINGHAROY 26/03/1984 23 INDIA 10.54 565pts

WOMEN HEPTATHLON ( 200M)
1 SUSMITA SINGHAROY 26/03/1984 23 INDIA 25.21 868pts
2 IRINA NAUMENKO 13/02/1980 27 KAZAKHESTAN 25.24 865pts
3 SHOBHA JAGDISHA JAVUR 14/01/1978 29 INDIA 25.32 858pts
4 NGUYEN THI THU CUC __/__/____ VIETNAM 26.5 754pts

MEN 1500M FINAL
1 M. OTMMAN H SHAWEEN. 472 2/15/1986 SAUDI ARABIA 3:46.85s
2 SAJAD MORADI 240 3/30/1983 IRAN 3:47.01s
3 ABUBAKER ALI KAMAL 435 1/1/1983 QATAR 3:47.22s
4 HAMZA CHATHOLI 194 1/1/1981 INDIA 3:49.11s
5 BASHAR AL KAFRINI 285 __/__/____ JORDAN 3:51.71s
6 SAJEESH JOSEPH 200 1/14/1987 INDIA 3:53.89s
7 DENIS BAGREV 354 1/5/1980 KYRGYZSTAN 3:54.18s
8 VADIVELLAN MAHENDRAN 381 9/24/1986 MALYSIA 3:55.57s
9 YURY CHECHUN 355 7/5/1986 KYRGYZSTAN 3:56.79s
10 FUMIKAZU KOBAYASHI 266 3/21/1978 JAPAN 3:58.25s
11 HARIYONO HARIYONO 222 5/14/1984 INDONESIA 4:01.16s
12 DAHAM NAJM BASHAIR 428 11/8/1978 QATAR 4:06.72s
13 OMAR AL RASHEEDI 341 11/10/1984 KUWAIT 4:14.88s
DNS MOHAMD MOUSTAFA 398 1/1/1980 PALESTINE
DNS MOHAMMED AL YAFAEE 561 __/__/____ YEMEN

WOMEN 10000M FINAL
1 KAREEMA SALEH JASMIN 18/02/1988 19 BAHRAIN 34:26.39s
2 SREEDHRAN PREEJA 13/03/1982 25 INDIA 36:04.54s
3 MI GYONG KIM 17/10/1990 16 DPR KOREA 38:29.90s

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