Date: May 15, 2015
By: Ian De Cotta
SINGAPORE — In what is a boost to their preparations for next month’s
South-east Asian (SEA) Games, Singapore’s national women’s 4x100m relay quartet of Wendy Enn, Shanti Pereira, Dipna Lim-Prasad and Smriti Menon have set a national record of 46.44secs in the event at the Taiwan Open today (May 15).
The result, which was achieved in the heats, betters the previous benchmark of 46.64 set at last month’s Singapore Open.
They finished third in their heat behind Thailand’s Thipat Supawan, Kongthong Wanwisa, Jaksuninkorn Phatsorn and Wannakit Tassaporn (45.42) and Indonesia’s Lusiana Satriani, Tri Setyo Utami, Serafi Anelies Unani, Niadatul Aini (45.88). [FULL STORY]