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Wednesday, April 20, 2011 9:51 PM
Back for the 3rd time

First of all, I came in 92nd out of 120 people FREAKING WON! I beat all the rest 2488 athletes participating in the 52nd Inter School Track & Field Championship. Clearly, my official timing 13.03s is a major improvement of my last year 13.88s.

Who else can reduce their 100m timing by 0.85 seconds in a year? Usain Bolt didn't. Kang Yee Cher didn't. Even Amirul Sofian didn't. So I WON A GOLD MEDAL FOR THAT!

Anyways, my reflections for this year's is here as follows:

It's my 3rd time participating in the nationals... Yeah I know there is this girl who won the hurdles four time consecutively for each year. And for me, I don't really think I have the fast twitch muscles.. I thought this year I can run 10.58s but I couldn't. I was too proud of myself, my block start sucks because I only do so ONCE every year. I don't have a coach and the only time I can see my timing is the nationals. I can't film or video my running technique and see my problems because no one tells me. I badly need a companion.. haiz, someone who have interest in track?

So yeah, no medals for me because I'm forever at 75% bottom. BUT I want to praise myself because:
1. I have frigging big strides
2. My running technique is the smoothest of all
3. I show no signs of fatigue in the 100m (because I'm not even pushing myself)
4. I'm very disciplined, I train by myself, SOLO (who else see me or accompany me to train?)

And I need to train on my start explosiveness, the reaction time, the acceleration, the speed maintaining and upper body power.

Hence... a new pair of spikes? LOL. Here is my tag number for this year:



perspiration & teardrops. those are the athletes who inspire me.






















Greetings all people!
Kaixuan here with his athlete's autobiography.
I want to input every experience I've achieved into this blog because
every time I go for competition I always didn't perform as 100% on the track. ):
I wanna learn from my mistakes and run my best and hopefully others can benefit from this blog. Cheers!
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[My 5 step principle]
1. Be calm, be cool and be on the blocks.


2. Step off the blocks as fast as possible.


3. Accelerate, get the rhythm.


4. Co-ordination and focus, maintain speed.


5. Finish with a dive.


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