🇹🇭 Puripol Boonson, Thailand wonderkid sprinter.
Puripol Boonson, Nicknamed “Bew” and dubbed “Angel Bew” by the Thai media, is a Thai sprinter who specializes in the 100 and 200 metres.
Puripol smashed the under-18 world record for the 100 metres with a time of 10.09 seconds in the semi-finals of this year’s World Athletics U20 championships in Cali, Colombia
A piece of history for Puripol as he becomes one of the youngest ever Champions in SEA Games Athletics. And the youngest ever in Men’s 200m. Aswell as again breaking the SEA Games Record. He runs 20.37 over 200m. He becomes the third fastest U-18 at the distance after Erriyon Knighton and Usain Bolt.
🇲🇾 Azeem Fahmi, Speedster Azeem
Muhammad Azeem bin Mohd Fahmi is a Malaysian sprinter. Azeem improved his best time; he bettered his pre-2022 best of 10.57 to win the Malaysia Open Championships and lowered the time of 10.37 during the KL All Comers Championship.
Azeem Fahmi currently holds the national 100m record with 10.09 at the Under-20 World Athletics Championships at the Pascual Guerrero Olympic Stadium in Cali, Colombia.
🇮🇩 Lalu Muhammad Zohri, Indonesian sprint sensation
Zohri is an Indonesian track and field sprinter. He became the first Indonesian male to win any medal at the IAAF World U20 Championships by winning a gold medal in the 100m at the junior championships. He is the current holder of the Indonesian 100m and 200m national records, and is labelled the “fastest man in Southeast Asia”.