Athletics at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games

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Athletics at the XXVI SEA Games
Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium Tribune.jpg
The host stadium for athletics and the main venue for the games
Host city Palembang, IndonesiaIndonesia
Date(s) 12 – 16 November
Main stadium Jakabaring Stadium
Participation 11 nations
Events 46
Records set 2 SEA Games records


The athletics competition at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games was held from 12 to 16 November at the Jakabaring Stadium in Palembang, Indonesia. Over the five-day competition a total of 46 events were contested with 23 contests for each gender, matching the Olympic athletics program minus the men's 50 km race walk. Six [1] SEA Games records were broken and twenty national records were surpassed.[2]

Thailand – traditionally dominant in the competition – again had the highest number of gold medals in athletics, winning fourteen events and taking 32 medals overall. The host nation Indonesia was a close second with thirteen golds and won the most medals with a total of 36. Vietnam were a clear third with nine golds and 32 medals. Seven of the eleven competing nations reached the medal table.[3]

The 26th edition saw athletes continue successful streaks at the competition: Filipino Rene Herrera won his fifth consecutive men's steeplechase gold medal, his teammate Marestella Torres won her fourth long jump title (with the second longest jump in Asia so far in 2011),[4] and Theerayut Philakong of Thailand won a fourth straight title in the men's triple jump. Thai athlete Wassana Winatho and James Wong Tuck Yi of Singapore each won their tenth Southeast Asian Games gold medals of their careers at the competition.[2]

Indonesia's Triyaningsih demonstrated her regional dominance in women's long-distance running: after two 5000/10,000 m doubles in 2007 and 2009, she again won both track events and also the women's marathon race. Agus Prayogo won a 5000/10,000 m men's double and Yahuza's win in the men's marathon made it a long-distance sweep for Indonesia. Two other athletes completed event doubles: Franklin Burumi of Indonesia won the 100 and 200 metres finals, while Truong Thanh Hang repeated her 800/1500 metres double for a third consecutive edition.[2]

The final runner on Malaysia's 4×400 m relay team, Muhamad Yunus Lasaleh, tested positive for banned substances at the competition.[5]

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see Athletics at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games – Results

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(Wind: +2.1 m/s)[6]
Franklin Burumi
 Indonesia
10.37 w Gary Yeo
 Singapore
10.46 w Wachara Sondee
 Thailand
10.47 w
200 metres Franklin Burumi
 Indonesia
20.93 Supachai Chimdee
 Thailand
21.05 Sompote Suwannarangsri
 Thailand
21.46
400 metres Heru Astriyanto
 Indonesia
47.53 Archand Christian Bagsit
 Philippines
47.71 Yakobus Leuwol
 Indonesia
47.97
800 metres Duong Van Thai
 Vietnam
1:49.42 NR Mervin Guarte
 Philippines
1:50.69 Abdul Haris
 Indonesia
1:51.28
1500 metres Ridwan
 Indonesia
3:47.63 Mervin Guarte
 Philippines
3:47.65 NR Nguyen Dinh Cuong
 Vietnam
3:49.48
5000 metres Agus Prayogo
 Indonesia
14:10.01 Jauhari Johan
 Indonesia
14:35.98 Nguyen Van Lai
 Vietnam
14:41.30
10,000 metres Agus Prayogo
 Indonesia
30:10.43 Jauhari Johan
 Indonesia
30:43.62 Nguyen Van Lai
 Vietnam
31:22.20
110 m hurdles Jamras Rittidet
 Thailand
13.77 GR, NR Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian
 Malaysia
13.86 Mohd Robani Hasaan
 Malaysia
14.14
400 m hurdles Dao Xuan Cuong
 Vietnam
51.45 NR Narongdech Janjai
 Thailand
51.60 Andrian
 Indonesia
51.70
3000 m steeplechase Rene Herrera
 Philippines
8:52.23 Muhammad Al Quraisy
 Indonesia
8:55.91 NR Nguyen Dang Duc Ba
 Vietnam
8:57.88
4×100 m relay  Indonesia (INA)
Fernando Lumain
Franklin Burumi
Fadlin
Farrell Oktaviandi
39.91  Singapore (SIN)
Calvin Kang
Muhammad Amiruddin Jamal
Lee Cheng Wei
Gary Yeo
39.91  Malaysia (MAS)
Mohd Zabidi bin Ghazali
Mohd Ikhwan bin Nor
Mohd Azhar Ismail
Mohammad Noor Imran
40.41
4×400 m relay  Philippines (PHI)
Alejan Edgardo Jr Geronga
Julius Nierras
Junrey Ocampo Bano
Archand Christian Bagsit
3:11.16  Thailand (THA)
Jukkatip Pojaroen
Saharat Sammayan
Nitipol Thongpoon
Suppachai Chimdee
3:14.90  Singapore (SIN)
Zaki Sapari
Ng Chin Hui
Kenneth Khoo Kian Song
Lance Tan Wei Sheng
3:18.50
Marathon Yahuza
 Indonesia
2:27:45 Eric Panique
 Philippines
2:28:26 Eduardo Banajera Buenavista
 Philippines
2:29:09
20 km walk Lo Choon Sieng
 Malaysia
1:32:34 Hendro
 Indonesia
1:33:23 Nguyen Thanh Ngung
 Vietnam
1:35:48
High jump Lee Hup Wei
 Malaysia
2.15 m Pramote Pumurai
 Thailand
2.12 m Nguyen Duy Bang
 Vietnam
2.08 m
Pole vault Kreeta Sintawacheewa
 Thailand
5.10 m Sompong Saombankua
 Thailand
5.00 m Edwin Chong Ming Xung
 Singapore
4.70 m
Long jump Supanara Sukhasvasti
 Thailand
7.86 m Henry Dagmil
 Philippines
7.78 m Benigno Marayag
 Philippines
7.61 m
Triple jump Theerayut Philakong
 Thailand
16.43 m Nguyen Van Hung
 Vietnam
16.39 m Varunyoo Kongnil
 Thailand
16.14 m
Shot put Chatchawal Polyiam
 Thailand
17.74 m Adi Aliffudin Hussin
 Malaysia
17.54 m NR Promrob Juntima
 Thailand
17.08 m
Discus throw James Wong Tuck Yi
 Singapore
51.32 m Hermanto
 Indonesia
50.56 m Kwanchai Nunsomboo
 Thailand
50.28 m
Hammer throw Tantipong Phetchaiya
 Thailand
61.46 m Arniel Ferrera
 Philippines
60.19 m Jackie Wong Siew Cheer
 Malaysia
57.04 m
Javelin throw Nguyen Truong Giang
 Vietnam
69.07 m Nontach Palanupat
 Thailand
68.87 m Danilo Fresnido
 Philippines
66.27 m
Decathlon Vu Van Huyen
 Vietnam
7223 pts Nguyen Van Hue
 Vietnam
6830 pts Zakaria Malik
 Indonesia
6602 pts
  •  : Malaysia's Mohd Jironi Riduan finished third in the 1500 m but was disqualified for pulling on another athlete's shirt.[7]
  • †† : Malaysia's final leg runner in the 400 m relay failed a drug test at the competition and was later banned.

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Serafi Unani
 Indonesia
11.69 Nongnuch Sanrat
 Thailand
11.69 Vu Thi Huong
 Vietnam
11.73
200 metres Laphassaporn Tawoncharoen
 Thailand
23.65 Le Ngoc Phuong
 Vietnam
24.01 Vu Thi Huong
 Vietnam
24.06
400 metres Treewadee Yongphan
 Thailand
54.13 Nguyen Thi Thuy
 Vietnam
54.27 Kay Khaing Lwin
 Myanmar
55.28
800 metres Truong Thanh Hang
 Vietnam
2:02.65 Do Thi Thao
 Vietnam
2:05.62 Olivia Sadi
 Indonesia
2:08.41
1500 metres Truong Thanh Hang
 Vietnam
4:15.75 Do Thi Thao
 Vietnam
4:18.94 Olivia Sadi
 Indonesia
4:21.19
5000 metres Triyaningsih
 Indonesia
16:06.37 Phyu War Thet
 Myanmar
16:12.23 Rini Budiarti
 Indonesia
16:31.85
10,000 metres Triyaningsih
 Indonesia
34:52.74 Pham Thi Binh
 Vietnam
36:04.83 Pham Thi Hien
 Vietnam
36:16.84
100 m hurdles Wallapa Punsoongneun
 Thailand
13.51 Dedeh Erawati
 Indonesia
13.53 Wassana Winatho
 Thailand
13.77
400 m hurdles Noraseela Khalid
 Malaysia
57.41 Wassana Winatho
 Thailand
58.97 Melissa Hetharie Viera
 Indonesia
59.64 NR
3000 m steeplechase Rini Budiarti
 Indonesia
10:00.58 GR, NR Nguyen Thi Phuong
 Vietnam
10:04.42 Yulianingsih
 Indonesia
10:48.97
4×100 m relay  Thailand (THA)
Nongnuch Sanrat
Laphassaporn Tawoncharoen
Phatsorn Jaksuninkorn
Neeranuch Klomdee
44.40  Indonesia (INA)
Nurul Imaniar
Tri Setyo Utami
Serafi Anelies Unani
Dedeh Erawati
45.00 NR  Vietnam (VIE)
Le Thi Mong Tuyen
Le Ngoc Phuong
Truong Thanh Hang
Vu Thi Huong
45.12
4×400 m relay  Thailand (THA)
Saowalee Kaewchuay
Pornpan Hoemhuk
Laphassaporn Tawoncharoen
Treewadee Yongphan
3:41.35  Indonesia (INA)
Sulastri
Viera Mellisa Hetharie
Musyafidah
Nining Souhaly
3:44.65  Vietnam (VIE)
Nguyen Thi Thuy
Nguyen Thi Oanh
Vu Thuy Trang
Nguyen Thi Huyen
3:45.03
Marathon Triyaningsih
 Indonesia
2:45:35 Ni Lar San
 Myanmar
2:46:37 Pham Thi Binh
 Vietnam
2:48:43
20 km walk Nguyen Thi Thanh Phuc
 Vietnam
1:43:22 Kay Khaing Myo Tun
 Myanmar
1:45:19 Darwati
 Indonesia
1:46:04
High jump Duong Thi Viet Anh
 Vietnam
1.90 m Wanida Boonwan
 Thailand
1.87 m Pham Thi Diem
 Vietnam
1.87 m
Pole vault Roslinda Samsu
 Malaysia
4.20 m GR Le Thi Phuong
 Vietnam
4.20 m GR NR Ni Putu Desy Margawati
 Indonesia
3.90 m
Long jump Marestella Torres
 Philippines
6.71 m GR Maria Londa
 Indonesia
6.47 m NR Katherine Santos
 Philippines
6.25 m
Triple jump Tran Hue Hoa
 Vietnam
13.76 m NR Maria Londa
 Indonesia
13.73 m NR Thitima Muangjan
 Thailand
13.64 m
Shot put Zhang Gui Rong
 Singapore
16.96 m Wan Lay Chi
 Singapore
14.59 m Juttaporn Krasaeyan
 Thailand
14.37 m
Discus throw Subenrat Insaeng
 Thailand
52.25 m GR Dwi Ratnawati
 Indonesia
49.98 m Zhang Gui Rong
 Singapore
48.22 m
Hammer throw Tang Song Hwa
 Malaysia
55.15 m Rose Herlinda
 Indonesia
51.95 m Loralie Sermona
 Philippines
49.69 m
Javelin throw Natta Nachan
 Thailand
48.80 m Rosie Villarito
 Philippines
47.35 m Saowalak Pettong
 Thailand
46.73 m
Heptathlon Wassana Winatho
 Thailand
5488 pts Narcisa Atienza
 Philippines
5285 pts Duong Thi Viet Anh
 Vietnam
5196 pts

Medal table[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Thailand (THA) 14 9 9 32
2  Indonesia (INA) 13 12 11 36
3  Vietnam (VIE) 9 9 14 32
4  Malaysia (MAS) 5 2 3 10
5  Philippines (PHI) 3 9 5 17
6  Singapore (SIN) 2 3 3 8
7  Myanmar (MYA) 0 3 1 4
Total 46 46 46 138

References[edit]

  1. ^ Washif, Jad Adrian (2011-11.19). ATHLETICS REPORT: 26th Southeast Asia Games, Palembang, Indonesia.
  2. ^ a b c Washif, Jad Adrian (2011-11-16). SEA Games see records tumble; Thailand remains dominant. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-11-16.
  3. ^ Medal Tally For Athletics. 2011 SEA Games. Retrieved on 2011-11-16.
  4. ^ Jad Adrian (2011) Marestella Torres 6.71m SEA Games - Gold Medal, Games Record, National Record, SEA Record. www.adriansprints.com. Retrieved 17 November 2011
  5. ^ IAAF Newsletter No.135 (Jul/Aug). IAAF (28 August 2012). Retrieved on 2012-09-02.
  6. ^ Jad Adrian Washif (19 November 2011). ATHLETICS REPORT 26th Southeast Asia Games, Palembang, Indonesia.www.singaporeathletics.org. Retrieved November 26, 2011
  7. ^ Roslinda dedicates gold medal to coach who survived heart attack in Palembang. The Star (Malaysia) (2011-11-16). Retrieved on 2011-11-16.
Results
Medal table

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