Ernest John Uy Obiena – Philippine

Ernest John Uy Obiena, also known as EJ Obiena, is a Filipino Olympian pole vaulter who is known for his outstanding achievements to Philippine pole vaulting history. Before breaking the Asian Athletics Championships record, he held the Philippine national record in pole vaulting with a record of 5.55 meters which he accomplished on April 29, 2016, at the 78th Singapore Open Championships in Kallang, Singapore. He later broke the Asian Athletics Championships record with 5.71 meters on April 21, 2019, on its 23rd biennial meet at Doha, Qatar which earned him the coveted gold medal finish. He currently holds the National Record which he broke in the same event.

EJ Obiena is currently ranked as the world’s third-best active men’s pole vaulter, as per the World Athletics

Feng Bin – Chinese

Feng Bin is a Chinese track and field athlete who competes in the discus throw. She began discus throwing in her early teens and competed at the World Youth Championships in Athletics in 2011. Feng broke through at senior level with a gold medal win at the 2015 Military World Games in a personal best of 62.07 m. 
Feng represented her country, a personal best of 69.12 metres to claim gold in the discus at the World Athletics Championships in Oregon, set in 2022 World Athletics Championships to win the world title.She was the 2016 winner of the Chinese Athletics Championships.

Kieran Tuntivate – Thailand

Kieran, who is Thai-American, has been able to represent Thailand in various events the past few years, and his record has been phenomenal. In 2018, while running for Thailand in the Asian Games, he finished fourth in the 10,000M event, while in the SEA Games in 2019 in the Philippines, he won gold in both the 5000M and 10,000M races. It was in a 10,000M event in California where his personal best time of 27:17.14 qualified Kieran to participate in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Sharifa Davronova – Uzbekistan

Davronova is an Uzbekistan track and field athlete. Davronova has been training in athletics since she was 10 years old. Davronov jumps a world U20-leading mark of 14.04m and strikes triple jump gold at aged 15.

Femi Seun Ogunode – Qatar

Femi Ogunode, the Nigerian-born sprint athlete who competes internationally for Qatar since 2010, currently represents Qatar and won a 100 meters and 400 meters and also the Best Asian Athlete award in 2015.

He won Asian and Arab titles over 200 m as well as 100- and 200-meter sprint titles at the 2011 Military World Games. He was a finalist in the 400 m at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics. He won a career double at the Asian Games in 2014, this time in the 100 meters and 200 meters, and set an Asian record of 9.93 seconds for the former event.