1. “Ta” Soraoat Dapbang, a Thai Sprinter.
He has been training in athletics since he was 13 years old. He took the gold medal in 4x100m relay and the silver medal in 100m at the SEA Games 2021. He won the 200m title at the SEA Games 2023.
2. “Dream” Thanlada Thongchomphunut, a Thai High Jump.
In the women’s high jump, Thai debutant Thanlada took the gold medal with an effort of 1.79m at the SEA Games 2021. She is a rising star in Thai athletics.
3. “Park” Pol.Lt. Sutthisak Singkhon, a Thai Decathlete.
He won the silver medal at the Asian Games 2018 for the first time in 40 years. He won the decathlon gold medal with a total of 7,603 points at the SEA Games 2021 and also won gold in the men’s decathlon event at the SEA Games 2023.
4. “May” Pol.Cpl. Parinya Chuaimaroeng, a Thai long and triple jumper.
In Thai triple jump history, She is the first jumper to win the silver medal. She won the gold medal to complete a golden hat-trick in the SEA Games. In the long jump, her personal jumps are 13.93 metres, achieved in the Asian Games 2018.
5. “Suben” Pol.Lt. Subenrat Insaeng, a Thai discus throw.
Suben, a Thai discus queen, has won multiple medals at the regional level. She is a Seven-time SEA Games gold medalist. At the SEA Games 2023, She threw a distance of 57.69 meters to finish with the gold medal.
6. “Mark” Jakkapat Noisri, a Thai Shot putter.
In the SEA Games 2023, Men’s shot putter Jakkapat Noisri won the gold medal with a throw of 17.84 metres.
7. “Bas” Natthaphon Dansungnoen, a Thai hurdler.
In the Central Asian Athletics Open Championships 2022 in Uzbekistan, He won the gold medals in the men’s 100 hurdles with a time of 13.95 seconds and the men’s 400 hurdles with a time of 53.45 seconds. In the SEA Games in Cambodia, He won the men’s 110-meter hurdles after crossing the line in 13.832 seconds.
8. “Joshua” Robert Atkinson, a Thai 400-meter runner
He is a new star who will serve the nation as a medium-distance runner, which is between 400 and 800 meters. A Thai young athlete owns four SEA Games gold medals. He did an excellent job to the finish line with a new time record of 1.48.27 in the athletics qualifying round for U-20 Australia. This statistic immediately became a new record in Thailand.
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