2015 SEA Games Lineup in Track and Field

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Article by Andrew Pirie ATFS Statistician and Pinoyathletics.info editor

While initially 34 athletes were selected for the SEA Games using ‘The Transparent Scaled System’.

Hence data from pinoyathletics.info was provided to aide with the selection process. Also a further two athletes were added on appeal to the taskforce. While 34 was a generous raise by the POC Taskforce from the 24 slots given to athletics in 2013. Also Its becoming evident there is a lot of growth in the sport of athletics in terms of medal potential.

Hence an analytical write up and the rest of the selection methodologies will follow.

 

The Selection was as follows

1. Athletes who had exceeded the Gold, Silver and Bronze standards in the December 2013 to March 2015 period

2. In the results of more than 2 athletes. Its 2 per event exceeding the standard methodology is explained in separate articles.

3. The remaining slots went to the athletes who were closest to the bronze medal standard based on IAAF Points difference from 2013 Bronze and performance in the December 2013 to March 2015 qualifying Period. Until all the remaining slots were all taken.

Due to unavailability as his NCAA Finals commitment in the United States over lapped with the SEA Games as it was on at the same time Bryan Mercado (100,200,4×100) who was originally chosen withdrew and his spot was given to the next most qualified athlete Mark Harry Diones (Triple Jump)

 

All 5 2013 Defending Champions Qualified

  1. Eric Cray 100, 400 Hurdles, Relays

  2. Henry Dagmil LJ, 4×100

  3. Archand Bagsit 400, 4×400

  4. Christopher Ulboc 3K Steeples

  5. Jesson Cid Decathlon, 4×400

10 of the 14 Priority athletes qualified including those mentioned above qualified in the qualifying period

  1. Edgardo Alejan 400, 4×400

  2. Arniel Ferrera HT

  3. Nars Atienza Heptathlon

  4. Mervin Guarte 800, 1500

  5. Riezel Buenaventura PV

 

The Following Athletes hit the Bronze standard or above but had no medal last SEA Games

  1. Eduardo Buenavista Marathon (Gold St)

  2. Ernest Obiena PV (Gold St)

  3. Marestella Torres LJ (Gold St)

  4. Roldan Verano 1500 (Gold St)

  5. Caleb Stuart SP, HT (Gold St)

  6. Katherine Khay Santos LJ (Gold St), 4×100

  7. Princess Joy Griffey 100, 200 (Silver St), 4×100

  8. Kayla Richardson 100, 200 (Silver St), 4×100

  9. Tyler Ruiz HJ (Bronze st)

  10. Donovant Ariola (Bronze st)

  11. Janry Ubas (Bronze st)

  12. Mary Joy Tabal (Marathon) (Bronze st)

  13. Rosie Villarito (Javelin) (Bronze st)

  14. Ryan Bigyan 4×400 member (bronze)

  15. Joan Caido 4×400 member (bronze)

 

Closest to bronze based on IAAF Pts (not in order)

  1. Junrey Bano

  2. Rafael Poliquit

  3. Evalyn Palabrica

  4. Mary Grace Delos Santos 10k

  5. Wenlie Maulas

  6. Mark Harry Diones

  7. Rene Herrera 3KS

  8. Clinton Kingsley Bautista 110H, 4×100

  9. Patrick Unso 110H, 4×100

 

Late Qualification

  1. Jessica Lyn Barnard 3KS, 1500 (Priority athlete, Bronze standard)

  2. Kyla Richardson 4×100 (Bronze standard)

 

The Following athletes also hit the standard of bronze but were not able to join for reasons below

  • Marco Vilog (800) (PRISAA Rules (Bronze)
  • Sony Wagdos 1500 (PRISAA Rules) (Bronze)
  • Rudyfer Hernandez 1500 (more than 2 qualified) (Bronze)
  • Jenny Rose Rosales 100 (work commitments 4×100, more than 2 qualified individual) (Bronze)
  • Julian Fuentes (more than 2 qualified) (Bronze)
  • Benigno Marayag (more than 2 qualified) (Bronze)
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