SEA Games 2017: Team Philippines daily events and results (August 30)

August 30, 2017

(PSC-POC Media Group)
(PSC-POC Media Group)

 

Last update: Aug. 30, 12:30 P.M.

The 29th edition of the Southeast Asian Games is now underway. There will be 404 events covering 38 sports running from August 14 to 30.

The Philippine contingent is comprised of 497 athletes and will compete in all the events except for cricket.

 

Medal Tally Aug 30

 

MEDAL TALLY (as of end of Aug. 29)

Contingent         Gold      Silver    Bronze  Total

MAS Malaysia    140           91           84            315

THA Thailand      70           86           87            243

VIE Vietnam        58           50           59            167

SGP Singapore     57           53           72           182

INA Indonesia    38           62           89            189

PHI Philippines  24           33           64           121

MYA Myanmar   7              10              20           37

CAM Cambodia  3               2              12           17

LAO Lao PDR      2              3              21          26

BRU Brunei         0              5              9              14

Timor Leste        0                0              3              3

 

AUGUST 30

Ice Skating

Women’s

Short Track Speed Skating 1000M – Kathryn Magno misses out on a medal as she finishes 4th in the finals (1:51.893).

Closing Ceremonies 

29th SEA Games Closing Ceremonies at 8PM

 

AUGUST 29

Cycling

Men’s

Track – Team Pursuit qualifying heat at 2:00PM, 3rd and 4th placing 8:12PM, Finals at 8:18PM

Track – 1 KM Time Trial Finals at 2:34PM

Track – Keirin First Round at 8:00PM, Finals 8:45PM

Women’s

Track – 500M Time Trial Finals at 2:18PM

Track – Keirin at 8:39PM, 8:57PM

Equ – Polo

Mixed

Round Robin at 4:00PM, 6:30PM

Ice Skating

Men’s

500M Preliminaries at 2:00PM, 2:05PM, Finals at 2:45PM

Women’s

500M Preliminaries at 1:50PM, 1:55PM, Finals at 2:30PM

Pencak Silat

Men’s

Dines Dumaan wins gold in Tanding (Match) Class A (45 – 50kg) division

Tanding (Match) Class B (50-55kg) Finals at 10:30AM

Rickrod Ortega wins bronze in Tanding (Match) Class C (55-60kg) division

Jefferson Rhey Loon wins bronze in Tanding (Match) Class D (60-65kg) division

Women’s

Princesslyn Enopia  wins bronze in Tanding (Match) Class A (45-50kg)

Sailing

Men’s

Laser Radial Finals at 10:30AM

Laser Standard Finals at 10:30AM

Optimist (U16) Finals at 10:30AM

Women’s

Laser Radial Finals at 10:30AM

Optimist (U16) Finals at 10:30AM

Sepak Takraw

Men’s

The Philippines settles for silver in Men’s Regu after losing to Malaysia in the finals.

Squash

Men’s

Reymark Begornia, Robert Andrew Garcia, David William Pelino, and Juan Rafael Yam settle for silver in the men’s team event after losing to Singapore in the finals, 1-2.

Women’s

Isabelle Gotuaco, Jemyca Aribado, Joan Arebado, and Yvonne Dalida win the bronze in the women’s team event.

Taekwondo

Men’s

Francis Agojo earns bronze in the Kyorugi-Under 63kg (Bantam) division.

Women’s

(PH) Kirstie Elaine Alora earns siliver in the Kyorugi-Under 73kg (Middle) division.

Waterski and Wakeboard

Men’s

Jump Individual Final at 12:15PM

Tricks Individual Final at 3:15PM

Women’s

Slalom Individual Final at 9:00AM

 

AUGUST 28

Cycling

Men’s

Track-Sprint Qualifying Heat at 2PM; Race 1 QF at 2:44PM; Race 2 QF at 3:31PM; Decider QF at 4PM; Race 1 Semis at 8:06PM; Race 2 Semis at 8:30PM; Decider Semis at 8:53PM; Race 1 Finals at 9:17PM; Race 2 Finals at 10:11PM; Decider Finals at 10:35PM

Track-Omnium Heat 1 at 2:27PM; Heat 2 at 3:43PM; Elimination at 8:12PM; Finals at 9:23PM; Finals at 9:23PM

Track-Individual Pursuit Qualifying Heat at 2:56PM; 3rd and 4th Placing at 8:36PM; Finals at 8:43PM; Race 1 Finals at 9:11PM; Race 2 Finals at 10:05PM

Women’s

Track-Sprint Qualifying Heat at 2:15PM; Race 1 Semis at 8PM; Race 2 Semis at 8:24PM; Decider Semis at 8:50PM; Decider Finals at 10:32PM

Equ – Dressage/Jumping

Colin Syquia wins the Philippines’ 23rd gold in individual show jumping.

Equ – Polo

3rd and 4th Placing Match Round Robin at 4PM

Gymnastics – Rhythmic

Arielle Orella competes in the individual apparatus finals, finishes 7th in clubs (11.10), 8th in hoop (9.30), 8th in ball (11.10), and 8th in ribbon (11.05).

Group (Mixed Apparatus) Finals at 3PM

Hockey – Field

Women’s

3rd and 4th Placing at 4PM

Finals at 6:30PM

Muay

Men’s

60-63.5KG Semis – Ryan Jakiri loses Cambodia’s Khun Dima via KO.

Petanque

Mixed

Philippines vs Cambodia at 8AM; Semifinals at 10:30AM; Finals at 3PM

Sailing

Geylord Coveta wins the silver in Windsurfing RS One.

Sepak Takraw

Men’s

Regu Round Robin – Philippines def. Cambodia 21-5, 21-15; Philippines vs Lao PDR at 8PM

Squash

Men’s

Robert Andrew Garcia wins the bronze in men’s singles.

Women’s

Jemyca Aribado wins the bronze in women’s singles.

Taekwondo

Women’s

Kyorugi – under 53KG (Bantam) Rhezie Aragon loses to Indonesia’s Mariska Halinda, 4-9, in the gold medal match. Aragon settles for the silver.

Waterski & Waterboard

Men’s

Jump Individual Preliminary at 12PM

Women’s

Jump Individual Preliminary at 11:15AM

Tricks Individual Preliminary at 2PM

Weightlifting

Nestor Colonia finishes in 5th place in the 56kg division as he registers a total of 253 (113 in snatch and 140 in clean and jerk).

AUGUST 27

Badminton

Men’s

Singles Quarterfinals at 1PM

Women’s

Singles Quarterfinals at 1PM

Doubles Quarterfinals at 1PM

Billiards & Snooker

Men’s

Carlo Biado bags the gold in men’s 9-ball singles after prevailing over Vietnam’s Duong Quoc Hoang, 9-5.

Johann Chua wins the bronze in men’s 9-ball singles.

Snooker Singles Quarterfinals at 6PM; Finals at 6PM

Women’s

Pool 9-Ball Singles – Chezka Centeno def. Rubilen Amit, 7-6, to win the gold medal. Amit wins the silver.

Cycling

Men’s

Track – Team Sprint Qualifiying Heat at 2:22PM; 3rd and 4th placing at 8:15PM; Finals 8:21PM

Track – Scratch at 2:37PM

Women’s

Track – Omnium Heat 1 at 2PM; Heat 2 at 3:19PM; Eliminations at 8PM; Finals at 8:57PM

Track – Team Sprint Qualifiying Heat at 2PM; 3rd and 4th placing at 8:36PM; Finals 8:39PM

Gymanastics – Rhytmic

Women’s

Philippines wins bronze in Women’s Team Single Apparatus, with a score of 10.65. The team is composed of AJ Melgar, Jean Caluscusin, Katrina Loretizo, Marian Nicolle Medina, and Shieldannah Sabio.

Ice Skating

Men’s

Michael Martinez wins silver in men’s individual free skating with a score of 171.63.

Women’s

Alisson Perticheto wins bronze in women’s individual free skating with a final score of 113.40.

Judo

Men’s

Kohei Kuhagara (M-81kg) loses bronze medal match.

Women’s

Mariya Takahashi (W-70kg) wins the gold medal while Sydney Sy (W-78kg) wins a bronze.

Lawn Bowls

Men’s

Elmer Abatayo wins the bronze in Men’s Singles.

Muay

Men’s

51-54 KG Quarterfinals at 2PM

54-57 KG Quarterfinals at 3PM

60-63.5 KG Quarterfinals at 4PM

63.5-67 KG Quarterfinals at 5PM

67-71 KG Quarterfinals at 6PM

Pencak Silat

Women’s

Seni (Artistic Tunggal) Pool A/B at 12NN; Finals at 6PM

Petanque

Mixed

Doubles Preliminary Round at 9AM

Sailing

Men’s

Laser Standard Single Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Optimist (U16) Single Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Laser Radial Single Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Windsurfing RS One Individual Races at 10:30AM

International 420 (U19) Double Handed Finals at 10:30AM

International 470 Double Handed Finals at 10:30AM

Women’s

Laser Radial Single Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Optimist (U16) Single Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Windsurfing RS One Individual Races at 10:30AM

International 420 (U19) Double Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

International 470 Single Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Sepak Takraw

Men’s

Jason Huerte, Rheyjey Ortouste, and Mark Joseph Gonzales win the bronze in men’s doubles.

Women’s

Doubles semi-finals at 10AM

Squash

Men’s

Team (3rd Round) at 11AM

Singles Semifinals at 7PM

Women’s

Team (3rd Round) at 11AM

Singles Semifinals at 7PM

Taekwondo

Men’s

Kyorugi – Under 74 KG (Light) – Samuel Morrison wins the gold medal.

Arven Alcantara settles for silver in featherweight division after controversial loss to Malaysian rival in final

Women’s

Kyorugi – Under 60 KG (Feather) – Pauline Lopez settles for the bronze.

Waterski & Wakeboard

Men’s

Overall Qualifier at 9:30AM

Women’s

Overall Finals at 11AM

Volleyball

Women’s

Philippines succumbs to Vietnam in the bronze medal match, 27-25, 22-25, 20-25, 21-25.

AUGUST 26

Aquatic – Diving

Men’s

3M Springboard Finals at 1:45PM

Women’s

3M Springboard Finals at 12:00PM

Mixed

Team event finals at 3:30PM

Aquatic – Swimming

Men’s

1500M Freestyle at 9:10AM, Finals at 7:05PM

James Deiparine earns the silver medal in 50M breaststroke, his second silver in this SEA Games.

4x100M Medley Relay at 9:55AM, Finals at 8:45PM

Women’s

Jasmine Alkhaldi earns the bronze medal in 200M freestyle (2:02.02), her fourth in this SEA Games.

Nicole Oliva (2:04.13) and Jasmine Alkaldi (2:05.62) advance to the finals of 200M freestyle.

Jasmine Alkhaldi advances to the finals of 50M freestyle, with a time of 26.04

Athletics

Men’s

High Jump finals at 4:00PM

110M Hurdle finals at 4:35PM

5000M finals at 4:55PM

3000M Steeplechase finals at 8:10PM

PH team claims the bronze in Men’s 4x400M relay.

Women’s

Discuss Throw finals at 4:00PM

100M Hurdle finals at 4:20PM

4x400M Relay finals at 8:50PM

Badminton

Male

Doubles preliminary round at 9:00AM

Singles preliminary round at 9:00AM

Women’s

Doubles preliminary round at 9:00AM

Singles preliminary round at 9:00AM

Basketball

Gilas Pilipinas wins the Philippines’ 18th gold medal after defeating Indonesia, 94-55. This is the country’s 17th SEA Games gold in men’s basketball.

Billiards and Snooker

Men’s

Carlo Biado advances to semis of men’s 9 ball singles with a tight 9-8 win over Indonesia’s Irsal Nasution.

Johann Chua advances to semifinals of men’s 9 ball singles, with 9-6 win over Muhd Bewi of Indonesia.

Women’s

Sure gold-silver finish in women’s 9 ball as Rubilen Amit and Chezka Centeno (7-2) win in their respective semifinal matches. Centeno thumped Djajalie Claudia, 7-2, while Amit brushed aside Suhana Dewi bt Sabu, 7-1.

Cycling

Men’s

Daniel Patrick Caluag earns the bronze in Men’s BMX.

Women’s

BMX at 11:00AM, 11:35AM, 4:30PM

Equ – Dressage/Jumping

Mixed

Philippine team (Toni Leviste, Joker Arroyo, Chiara Amor, Colin Syquia) wins the silver medal in Show Jumping.

Golf

Men’s Team

Third and Fourth placing at 8:15AM

Gymnastics – Rhythmic

Women’s Team

Team Event Finals at 11:00AM

Ice Skating

Men’s

Figure-skating Individual final at 4:30PM

Women’s

Figure-skating Individual final at 3:00PM

Judo

Male

Above 60KG up to 66KG preliminary round at 2:00PM, semifinals at 3:30PM, finals at 5:40PM

Above 66KG up to 73KG preliminary round at 2:00PM, semifinals at 3:30PM, finals at 5:40PM

Women’s

Above 57KG up to 53KG preliminary round at 2:00PM

Judoka Kiyomi Watanabe wins the Philippines’ 17th gold after topping the women’s -63kg division.

Lawn Bowls

Men’s

Marcelito Pancho and Angelo Morales settle for the silver in Men’s Pairs, after losing to Malaysia in the finals, 20-13.

Women’s

Semifinals at 8:36AM

Muay

Men’s

51-54 KG preliminary round at 2:00PM

54-57KG preliminary round at 3:00PM

60-63.5KG preliminary round at 400PM

63.5-67KG preliminary round at 5:00PM

67-71KG preliminary round at 6:00PM

Pencak Silat

Men’s

Seni (Artistic) Tunggal Pool A at 12:00PM

Seni (Artistic) Tunggal Pool B at 12:00PM

Seni (Artistic) Ganda finals at 6:00PM

Petanque

Men’s

Triples preliminary round at 10:00AM

Triples semifinal at 3:00PM

Triples final at 3:00PM

Women’s

Triples preliminary round at 10:00AM

Triples semifinal at 3:00PM

Triples final at 3:00PM

Sepak Takraw

Men’s

Sepak Takraw Doubles at 10:01AM

Women’s

Sepak Takraw Doubles at 12:00PM

Sailing

Men’s

Laser Radial Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Laser Standard Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Optimist (U16) at 10:30AM

Windsurfing RS One at 10:30AM

International 470 at 10:30AM

International 420 (U19) at 10:30AM

Women’s

Laser Radial Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Optimist (U16) at 10:30AM

Windsurfing RS One at 10:30AM

International 470 at 10:30AM

International 420 (U19) at 10:30AM

Shooting

Men’s

Pistol-10M Air Pistol Individual qualifications at 9:00AM, Finals at 12:00PM

Shotgun-Trap Individual qualifications at 9:30AM, Finals at 2:30PM

Women’s

Pistol-50M Rifle 3 Positions Individual qualifications at 9:00AM, Finals at 12:30PM

Squash

Men’s

Second Round at 11:00AM

Singles quarterfinals at 7:00PM

Women’s

Second Round at 11:00AM

Singles quarterfinals at 7:00PM

Table Tennis

Men’s

Semifinals at 10:00AM, Finals at 7:00PM

Women’s

Semifinals at 10:00AM, Finals at 7:00PM

Taekwondo

Men’s

Rodolfo Reyes Jr. earns bronze in Poomsae-Individual.

Dustin Jacob Mella, Raphael Enrico Mella, and Rodolfo Reyes Jr. earn gold with a total score of 8.40 in Poomsae-Team.

Women’s

Poomsae-Team preliminary round at 8:30AM

Poomsae-Individual final at 2:00PM

Jocel Lyn Ninobla, Juvenile Faye Crisostomo, Rinna Babanto settle for bronze medal with a total score of 8.27 in Poomsae-Team.

Mixed

Poomsae-Mixed Pairs preliminary round at 8:30AM

Poomsae-Mixed Pairs final at 2:00PM

Women’s

Third and Fourth placing at 7:30AM

Tennis

Women’s

Clarice Patrimonio settles for the silver medal in Women’s Singles, after losing to Thailand.

Volleyball

Women’s

Philippines loses to Thailand (Semifinals), 21-25, 17-25, 17-25, relegated to bronze medal match.

Waterski and Wakeboard

Men’s

Mark Griffin wins the bronze in the Men’s Individual competition.

Overall Finals at 8:45AM, 11:45AM, 1:45PM

Women’s

Overall Finals at 8:00AM, 11:00AM, 1:00PM

Wakeboard Individual Final at 9:45 AM

 

AUGUST 25

Aquatic – Swimming

Men’s

James Deiparine earns the silver medal in 100M breaststroke with a time of 1:02.11.

Jessie Lacuna misses out on another medal as he finished 4th in the 400M individual medley finals, with a time of 4:27.06.

Women’s

Nicole Pamintuan finishes last in her heat in the 50M Backstroke with a time of 31.67. She does not qualify for the finals.

Athletics

Men’s

Melvin Calano gets the bronze in Men’s Javelin Throw (65.94 meters)

Philippines earns bronze in the 4 X 100M relay with a time of 39.11 seconds.

Women’s

Marestella Sunang earns bronze in women’s Long Jump with a distance of 6.45 meters.

Philippines earns bronze in the 4 X 100M relay with a time of 44.81 seconds.

Shot Putt finals at 8:05PM

Pole Vault Finals at 8:00PM

800M finals at 8:10PM

Basketball

Gilas Pilipinas advances to the gold medal match after beating Singapore, 68-60.

Perlas Pilipinas routs Vietnam, 118-44.

Billiards and Snooker

Men’s

Pool 9-Ball Singles pre-quarterfinal at 10:00AM

Snooker Singles pre-quarterfinal at 2:00PM

English Billiards Singles final at 6:00PM

Golf

Men’s

Team First Round at 7:30AM

Team Semifinas at 1:30PM

Women’s

Team First Round at 9:00AM

Team Semifinals at 2:15PM

Bowling (tenpin)

Mens

Masters First Round at 9:00AM

Masters Second Round at 1:00PM

Masters final at 4:30PM

Women’s

Masters First Round at 9:00AM

Masters Second Round at 1:00PM

Masters final at 4:30PM

Lawn Bowls

Men’s

Philippines loses to Thailand, 20-13, in the bronze medal match of Men’s Triples.

Women’s

Hazel Jagonoy, Rosita Bradborn, and Vilma Greenlees earn silver medal in Women’s Triples, after losing to Malaysia.

Pencak Silat

Women’s

Seni (Artistic) Ganda finals at 12:00PM

Petanque

Men’s

Triples preliminary round at 9:00AM

Women’s

Triples preliminary round at 9:00AM

Sailing

Men’s

Laser Radial Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Laser Standard Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Optimist (U16) Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Windsurfing RS One at 10:30AM

International 420 (U19) at 10:30AM

International 470 at 10:30AM

Women’s

Laser Radial Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Optimist (U16) Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Windsurfing RS One at 10:30AM

International 420 (U19) at 10:30AM

International 470 at 10:30AM

Sepak Takraw

Men’s

Sepak Takraw – Quadrant finals at 10:00AM

Sepak Takraw – Doubles 3:01PM, 8:01PM

Women’s

Sepak Takraw – Doubles at 5:01PM

Shooting

Men’s

Rifle-50M Rifle 3 Positions Individual qualifications at 9:00AM

Shotgun-Trap Individual qualifications at 9:30AM

Rifle-50M Rifle 3 Positions Individual finals at 2:00PM

Women’s

Rifle-10M Air Rifle Individual qualifications at 9:00AM

Rifle-10M Air Rifle Individual finals at 11:30AM

Squash

Men’s

First round at 11:00AM

Singles First Round at 7:00PM

Women’s

First round at 11:00AM

Singles First Round at 7:00PM

Table Tennis

Men’s

Philippines vs Malaysia at 7:00PM

Women’s

Philippines vs Malaysia at 3:00PM

Tennis

Men’s

Ruben Gonzales and Nino Alcantara loses to Thailand in the Finals, earns silver medal.

No medalists in Men’s Singles after Nino Alcantara and Jeson Patrombon both crash out in the quarterfinals.

Women’s

Denise Dy and Katharine Lenhert win bronze in women’s doubles.

Mixed

Ruben Gonzales and Denise Dy settle for bronze in mixed doubles after losing in straight sets to their Thai foes.

Waterski and Wakeboard

Men’s

First Round at 8:40AM

Overall Round one at 10:00AM, 3:00PM

Wakeboard Individual preliminary at 11:45AM

Wakeboard Individual qualifier at 4:45PM

Women’s

First Round at 8:00AM

Overall Round One at 9:20AM, 2:30PM

Wakeboard Individual preliminary at 10:45AM

Wakeboard Individual qualifier at 3:45PM

Volleyball

Men’s

Philippines wins against Timor Leste, 25-13, 25-18, 25-11. They fail to advance to the semis as they finished 3rd in Group B with a 1-2 win-loss record.

Women’s

Philippines loses to Vietnam in straight sets, 26-24, 25-12, 25-23. They will face Thailand in the semifinals.

 

AUGUST 24

Aquatic – Swimming

Men’s

Jessie Lacuna finishes 5th in 200M individual medley semis (2:07.34), advances to the finals tonight at 7PM.

Women’s

Nicole Pamintuan does not qualify for the 200M individual medley finals, finishing the semis with a time of 2:27.65

Nicole Oliva finishes the finals of 800M freestyle with 8:59.67, second place in the morning heat. Vietnam is ahead with 8:35.55. Final results later at 8:40PM.

Athletics

Men’s

Trenten Anthony Beram wins his second SEA Games gold, this time in Men’s 400M dash.

Mervin Guarte captures the bronze in Men’s 1500M.

Janry Urbas also captures the bronze in Men’s Long Jump.

Badminton

Men’s Final at 3:00PM (Victory Ceremony at 7:10PM)

Basketball

Perlas Pilipinas loses to Malaysia, 56-60.

Billiards and Snooker

Men’s

Warren Kiamco and Dennis Orcollo earn the bronze in Men’s Pool 9-Ball Doubles.

Bowling (Tenpin)

Men’s

Team of five – 1st round at 9:00AM (Finals at 2:30PM, Victory Ceremony at 6:30PM)

Women’s

Philippine Women’s Team gets the bronze in Tenpin.

Boxing

John Marvin records one of the quickest wins in SEA Games boxing history, blowing out Malaysia’s Adli Hafidz Mohd Pauzi in just 21 seconds to win the gold in the light-heavyweight division.

Eumir Marcial gave the Philippines its first gold medal in boxing by outclassing Thailand’s Pathomsak Kuttiya in the bantamweight final.

Mario Fernandez tried loses to Thai veteran Chatchai Butdee via unanimous decision in their bantamweight division gold medal match.

Cycling

Men’s

Road-Individual Mass Start Road Race at 10:00AM (Victory Ceremony at 1:15PM)

Equ – Dressage / Jumping

Mixed Dressage Individual at 9:00AM (Victory Ceremony at 12:30PM)

Football

Men’s

Philippines wins against Timor Leste, 2-1.

Women’s

Philippines loses to Thailand, 3-1.

Golf

Women’s

Lois Kaye Go claims the bronze in Women’s Individual.

Hockey – Indoor

Men’s

Philippines vs Vietnam at 12:00PM

Women’s

Philippines vs Indonesia at 10:30AM

Ice Hockey

Philippines bags the first ever SEA Games gold in ice hockey, after defeating Thailand in the finals, 5-4.

Karate

Women’s

Mae Soriano, Junna Tsukii, Kimverly Madrona, and Erica Celine Samonte win the bronze medal in the Women’s Kumite Team.

Lawn Bowls

Men’s

The Lawn Bowls team of Curte Robert Guarin, Emmanuel Portacio, Leoncio Carreon Jr., and Ronald Lising bags the Philippines’ 11th gold medal in the Men’s Fours event.

Women’s

Philippine team settles for silver in Women’s Fours, after losing to Malaysia, 24-14.

Pencak Silat

Men’s

Alfau Jan Abad and Almohaidib Abad settle for 6th place, scoring 529 in the Seni (Artistic) Ganda Finals.

Petanque

Men’s

Double’s Preliminary round at 8:00AM
Doubles Semifinals at 10:30AM
Doubles Finals at 3:00PM (Victory Ceremony at 5:00PM)

Women’s

Doubles Preliminary round at 8:00AM
Doubles Semifinals at 10:30AM
Doubles Finals at 3:00PM (Victory Ceremony at 5:00PM)

Sailing

Men’s

Laser Radial Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM
Laser Standard Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM
Optimist (U16) Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM
Windsurfing RS One at 10:30AM
International 420(U19) Double-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM
International 470 Double-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Women’s

Laser Radial Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM
Optimist (U16) Single-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM
Windsurfing RS One at 10:30AM
International 420(U19) Double-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM
International 470 Double-Handed Individual Races at 10:30AM

Sepak Takraw

Men’s

Sepak Takraw – Quadrant semifinals at 5:00PM

Shooting

Women’s

Amparo Teresa Acuna gets bronze in Women’s 50M Rifle Prone (612.9).

Squash

Men’s

David William Pelino and Robert Andrew Garcia get the bronze in Men’s Jumbo Doubles.

Women’s

Jemyca Aribado and Yvonne Alyssa Dalida settle for silver in Women’s Jumbo Doubles after losing to Singapore.

Mixed

Robert Andrew Garcia and Jemyca Aribado win bronze in Mixed Doubles.

Table Tennis

Men’s

Philippines vs Lao at 9:00AM
Philippines vs Myanmar at 2:00PM
Philippines vs Singapore at 7:00PM

Women’s

Philippines vs Thailand at 11:00AM

Tennis

Men’s Singles semifinals at 12:00PM

Women’s Singles semifinal at 10:00AM

Mixed Doubles quarterfinals at 2:00PM

Volleyball

 

Women’s

Philippines completes rout of Malaysia to advance to semifinals, 25-18, 25-11, 25-16.

 

AUGUST 23

Aquatic Swimming

Men’s

Jessie Lacuna finishes at 5th place in 200M Freestyle finals, with time of 1:51.33.

Women’s

Jasmine Alkhaldi gets the bronze in 100M Freestyle, with time of 55.9 seconds. Nicole Oliva finishes at 7th place, with a time of 57.78 seconds.

Jasmine Alkhaldi gets her second bronze in 50m Butterfly with a time of 27.27 seconds.

The women’s 4×200 relay team wins the bronze.

Athletics

Men’s

Arniel Ferrera claims the bronze in Men’s Hammer Throw, with distance of 55.94m.

Trenten Anthony Beram wins the gold in the men’s 200m.

Aries Toledo wins the gold in decathlon.

Triple Jump (Finals) at 8:10PM: Ronnie Malipay and Mark Harry Diones wins silver in triple jump

Marco Vilog wins the silver in the men’s 800m

Women’s

Zion Nelson and Kayla Anise Richardson advanced to the final but failed to medal in the women’s 200m.

Basketball

Gilas Pilipinas def. Malaysia, 98-66

Perlas Pilipinas def. Thailand, 69-67

Billiards & Snooker

Men’s
Efren Reyes def. Tran Leanh Tuan of Vietnam, 3-0 to advance to the quarterfinals of English billiards singles

Warren Kiamco and Dennis Orcollo lose to Toh Lian Han and Yapp Aloysius of Singapore, 7-9, in the semifinals of men’s 9 ball doubles. They settle for the bronze.

Bowling

Men’s
Trios (1st Block) at 9AM, Trios (2nd Block) at 2PM

Women’s
Trios (1st Block) at 9AM

Cycling

Women’s Road – Individual Mass Start (FINAL) at 10AM

Fencing

Men’s
Epee Ind (Pre – Round) at 12:15PM, Epee Ind (Q – Final) at 2:30PM

Women’s
Sabre Ind (Pre – Round) at 10AM, Sabre Ind (Q – Final) at 2PM

Golf

Men’s Individual (2nd Round) at 7:30AM

Women’s Individual (2nd Round) at 8:30AM

Gymnastics – Artistic

Men’s

Reyland Capellan earns bronze in the Men’s Vault Final with a total score of 13.97 for his two attempts.

Women’s

Kaitlin De Guzman earns bronze in the Women’s Balance Beam with a score of 12.3 points.

Kaitlin De Guzman earns silver in the Women’s Floor exercise with a score of 13.025.

Hockey – Indoor

Men’s
Philippines vs. Indonesia at 10:30AM
Philippines vs. Singapore at 4:30PM

Women’s
Philippines vs. Singapore at 12PM

Ice Hockey

Men’s – Philippines vs. Malaysia at 8PM

Karate

Men’s

John Paul Bejar settles for silver in Men’s Kumite below 55kg, after losing to Indonesia, 10-4.

John Michael Badil loses to Thailand in the Men’s Kumite below 75kg bronze medal match, 9-0.

Sharief Afif loses to Indonesia in the Men’s Kumite above 75kg bronze medal match, 5-2.

Women’s

Mae Soriano gets the bronze in Women’s Kumite below 55kg after defeating Myanmar.

Miyuki Tacay loses to Malaysia in the Women’s Kumite below 68kg bronze medal match, 4-0.

Shooting

Men’s

Joaquin Michael Ancheta – Skeet (Qualification – 50 target): advanced to the finals but fails to place.

Paul Brian Rosario – Skeet (Qualification – 50 target): advanced to the finals but fails to place.

Squash

Jemyca Aribado and Yvonne Alyssa Dalida win bronze in Women’s Doubles.

Tennis

Men’s
Francis Casey Alcantara and Jeson Patrombon lose their men’s singles quarterfinal matches.
Francis Casey Alcantara and Rune Gonzales def. Sasongko and Trijiatti of Indonesia, 7-5, 6-3.

Women’s
Clarice Patrimonio def. Gumulya of Indonesia, 7-6, 4-6, 6-3, to advance to the women’s singles semifinals.

Mixed – Doubles (1st Round) at 4PM

Volleyball

Men’s – Philippines loses to Indonesia in four sets, 21-25, 25-23, 33-35, 21-25.

 

AUGUST 22

Aquatic Swimming

Men’s

Jessie Lacuna finishes sixth in the Men’s 200M Butterfly final with a time of 2:01.73

Women’s

Nicole Justine Oliva finishes in sixth place in Women’s 400M Freestyle, with time of 4:22.35.

Roxanne Ashley Yu wins bronze in 200M Backstroke, with time of 2:19.98.

Archery

Florante Matan and Nicole Tagle lose to Vietnam in the mixed team recurve bronze medal match, 6-2. They settle for 4th place.

Athletics

Men’s

Eric Cray wins the gold medal in 400m hurdles with a time of 50.03. He also wins silver in the 100m dash with a time of 10.43 seconds.

Aries Toledo is still competing for Decathlon. The other events continue tomorrow, August 23.

Marco Vilog finishes second in the Men’s 800m semifinals with a time of 1:53.28 and advances to the finals.

Mervin Guarte also enters the Men’s 800m finals by finishing second in his group with a time of 1:55.19.

Women’s

Zion Rose Nelson finishes eigth place in the Women’s 100m dash finals with a time of 12.01 seconds.

Evalyn Palabrica earns bronze in the Women’s Javelin Throw with a 47.21 meter throw. Rosie Villarito finishes fourth.

Basketball

Gilas Pilipinas def. Myanmar, 129-34. Record: 2-0

Perlas Pilipinas def. Myanmar, 123-33. Record: 2-1

Billiards & Snooker

Men’s

Bata Reyes and Francisco dela Cruz loses to Vietnam, 0-3 (90-100, 33-100, 72-100) in English Billiards Doubles.

Warren Kiamco and Dennis Orcollo advance to semis of men’s 9 ball doubles, winning 9-6 over Malaysia.

Boxing

Men’s

Ian Clark Bautista loses to Thai opponent in semis of 52kg division, settles for bronze.

Mario Fernandez def. Cambodia’s Nat Siek Nin to advance to finals of 56kg category.

Charly Suarez settles for bronze after losing via unanimous decision to Thailand’s Wuttichai Masuk in the 64kg semis.

Eumir Felix Marcial gets RSC win over Malaysian foe in semis to advance to 75kg finals.

John Marvin def. Thai boxer Thongkratok Anavat to advance to 75-81kg (light heavyweight) finals.

Cycling

PH finishes 4th overall in Men’s 40km team trial race. Malaysia wins gold.

Equ – Dressage/Jumping

PH fails to place in Dressage Team event. Malaysia wins gold.

Fencing

Brennan Louie wins the gold medal in the men’s foil after defeating teammate Nathaniel Perez, 15-14. Perez settles for silver.

Hanniel Abella gets the silver medal for the women’s epee event.

Football

Men’s – Philippines loses to Thailand, 0-2
Women’s – Philippines loses to Myanmar, 0-6

Golf

Men’s

Ruperto Zaragosa shoots a 64 for second place, one stroke behind the leader after Round 1. Carl Jano Corpus shoots a 71

Women’s

Lois Kaye Go shoots a 66 to lead the field by three strokes. Harmie Nicole Pons shoos a 74.

Gymnastics Artistic

Reyland Yuson Capellan successfully defends his men’s floor exercise title to give PH its 4th gold medal.

Kailtin de Guzman scores 12.875 in the uneven bars event to claim the gold medal, the Philippines’ fifth of the SEA Games.

Karate

Men’s

OJ Delos Santos claims bronze medal in the Men’s Individual Kata event.

Jason Macaalay settles for silver in Men’s Kumite below 60kg after losing to Malaysia’s Senthil Al Silvarajao.

Rexor Tacay settles for silver in Men’s Kumite below 67kg after losing to Thailand’s Supa Ngamphuengphit.

Women’s

Junna Tsukii claims the bronze in Women’s 50kg kumite after defeating Myanmar.

Shooting

Men’s

PH fails to place. Thailand wins the gold medal.

Squash

Philippines def. Myanmar, 2-0, in the Men’s Jumbo Doubles quarterfinals to advance to semis.

Philippines (Isabelle Gotuaco and Juan Rafael Yam) loses to Singapore, 0-2, in Mixed Doubles.

Philippines (Robert Andrew Garc and Jemyca Aribado) def. Singapore, 2-0, in Mixed Doubles.

Table Tennis

Richard Gonzales claims bronze medal after losing to Singapore, 4-1, in the semifinals of the Men’s singles event.

Wushu

Men’s

Daniel Parantac got a score of 9.1 in Men’s Compulsory 3rd Taijiquan finals, finishes in 7th place.

Women’s

Agatha Wong scores 9.66 to win the wushu taijiquan event, giving PH its sixth gold medal.

 

AUGUST 21

Aquatic – Swimming

Men’s
Jessie Lacuna finished the men’s 400-meter freestyle heats in sixth with a time of four minutes and .0064 seconds to qualify for the finals.

Women’s
Roxanne Yu finished the women’s 100-meter backstroke in fourth place with a time of 1:05.40 to qualify for the finals.

Alkhaldi, Oliva, Yu, Lipat – 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay / Qualified

Archery

Men’s
Florante Matan, Luis Gabriel Moreno and Mark Javier def. Vietnam, 6-0, to win the bronze medal in the men’s recurve team event.

Women’s
Kareel Meer Hongitan, Nicole Marie Tagle, and Mary Queen Ybanez def. Vietnam, 6-0, to win the bronze medal in the women’s recurve team event.

Basketball

Women’s
Perlas Pilipinas loses to Indonesia, 78-68

Bowling

Men’s
5th Jomar Jumapao and Kenneth Oliver Cu – 2485
7th Merwin Tan and Kenneth Chua – 2484
17th John Macatula and Anton Alcarzaren – 2178

Women’s
9th Mardes Arles and Dayan Coronacion – 2311
10th Liza del Rosario and Lara Posadas – 2284
13th Alexis Sy and Krizziah Tabora – 2254

Boxing

Carlo Paalam loses to Malaysia’s Muhamad Fuad Redzuan via unanimous decision.

Mario Fernandez def. Vietnam’s Tran Phu Cuong in the quarterfinals via unanimous decision.

Charly Suarez def. Malaysia’s Khir Akyazlan Azmi in the quarterfinals via split decision.

John Marvin Tupas def. Felix Mervin Martinez of Cambodia in the quarterfinals via unanimous decision.

Cycling

Men’s
PH fails to place, Malaysia wins the gold medal.

Women’s
Marella Vania Salamat fails to defend title, finishes 4th overall in the women’s road Criterium. Vietnam wins the gold medal.

Fencing

Men’s
Philippines failed to place.

Women’s
Samantha Catantan and Maxine Esteban finished with silver and bronze medals, respectively, in Women’s Foil.

Gymnastics – Artistic

Women’s Qualification and Team – Philippines failed to place. Malaysia defended their title.

Hockey – Indoor

Men’s
Philippines loses to Malaysia, 16-0.

Women’s
Philippines loses to Malaysia, 16-0.

Hockey – Ice

Philippines def. Indonesia, 12-0

Petanque

Men’s
Singles (Pre-Round) at 9AM

Women’s
Singles (Pre-Round) at 9AM

Sailing

Men’s
Day 1 Team Racing Laser Standard (Round Robin) at 10:30AM

Women’s
Day 1 Team Racing Laser Standard (Round Robin) at 10:30AM

Mixed
Day 1 Team Racing Mixed Optimist U16 (Round Robin at 10:30AM

Sepak Takraw

Men’s
Philippines vs. Indonesia at 12:01PM
Philippines vs. Myanmar at 20:01PM

Women’s
Regu – Philippines wins the bronze medal.

Shooting

Men’s
Hagen Alexander Topacio fails to place. Malaysia wins the gold medal.

Table Tennis

Men’s
Single – Stage 1 (Grouping) at 7PM

Women’s
Single – Stage 1 (Grouping) at 7PM

Tennis

Men’s Doubles (PM)

Francis Alcantara and Ruben Gonzales def. Myanmar team, 6-0, 6-1 to advance to quarterfinals against Indonesia.

Alberto Lim and Jesson Patrombon lose to Thailand, 6-4, 6-1, in the second round.

Triathlon

Men’s
Nikko Huelgas wins the men’s triathlon event to give PH its second gold medal. John Chicano comes in second for PH’s third silver.

Women’s
Kim Mangrobang reigned the women’s triathlon event to win a gold medal. Claire Adorno finished in second place to win silver.

Volleyball

Men’s
Philippines loses to Vietnam in three sets, 25-19, 25-21, 25-20.

Wushu

Men’s
Norleen Atlen Catolico – Optional Dao-Shu + Gun Shun at 9AM
Thornton Quieney Lou Sayan – Optional Nandao + Nangun (FINALS GROUP 2) at 3PM

Women’s
Agatha Chrystenzen Wong grabbed the silver medal in Women’s Taijijian with a score of 9.65.

 

 

AUGUST 20

Aquatic Synchronised

Jemimah Nissi Tiambeng and Allyssa Marey Salvador — Final Score 59.6333
Women’s Team Free Routine — Competition starts at 8 PM

Aquatic Water Polo

Philippines loses to Indonesia, 9-5.

Archery

Men’s Recurve
Florante Matan advanced to quarterfinals, but lost Khairul Anuar Mohamad if Malaysia.
Luis Gabriel Moreno advanced to quarterfinals, but lost to Muhammad Nor Hasrin of Malaysia.
Mark Javier scored 634 in the qualification round.

Women’s Recurve

Nicole Marie Tagle loses to Diananda Choirunisa of Indonesia, 6-4, in the women’s individual recurve event to settle for silver medal.
Kareel Meer Hongitan scored 623 in the qualification round.
Mary Queen Ybanez scored 601 in the qualification round.

Mixed Recurve
Florante Matan scored 641 in the qualification round.
Nicole Marie Tagle scored 643 in the qualification round.

Basketball

Perlas Pilipinas def. Singapore, 88-54
Gilas Pilipinas def. Thailand, 81-74

Bowling

Women’s Singles —

12th – Maria Lara Posadas
14th – Krizziah Lyn Tabora
15th – Maria Liza Del Rosario
23rd – Dyan Arcel Coronacion
25th – Marie Alexis Sy
30th – Maria Lourdes Arles

Men’s Singles —

12th – Merwein Matheiu Tan
16th – Kenneth Chua
24th – Jo-Mar Roland Jumapao
25th – Anton Jose Alcazaren
26th – Kenneth Oliver Cu
28th – John Paule Macatula

Boxing

Men’s Flyweight preliminary match: Ian Clark Bautista def. Abdul Salam Kasim (MAL) via unanimous decision

Men’s Bantamweight preliminary match: Mario Fernandez def. Maung Nge of MYA via KO in the first round (Advances to Quarterfinals)

Eumir Marcial def. Nguyen Mang Cuong of Vietnam via unanimous decision in the quarterfinals of middleweight class (advances to semis)

Equ – Endurance

Mixed Endurance Individual — PH failed to place.  Tuanku Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin of Malaysia wins the gold medal.

Mixed Endurance Team — PH failed to place. Malaysia won the gold medal.

Football

Men’s — Philippines loses Vietnam, 4-0

Gymnastics – Artistic

Men’s Qualification and Team — Philippines failed to place. Vietnam wins the gold medal.

Rugby 7s

Men’s —Philippines loses to Singapore, 21-7
Women’s — Philippines ties Malaysia, 5-5
Men’s — Philippines loses to Thailand, 31-14

Medal Round

Men’s — Philippines loses to Thailand, 26-7 (Fourth overall)
Women’s — Philippines loses to Malaysia, 7-5 (Fourth overall)

Sepak Takraw

Philippines loses to Malaysia, 2-0
Philippines loses to Thailand, 2-0

Table Tennis

Women’s Double — Philippines failed to place. Singapore wins the gold medal.

Men’s Double —Philippines failed to place. Singapore wins the gold medal.

Mixed Double — Philippines failed to place. Suthasini Sawettabut and Padasak Tanviriyavechakul of Thailand won the gold medal.

Wushu

Men’s Optional Taijijian – Daniel Parantac 9.56 (Fourth overall)
Kimberly Macuha landed 5th overall in the Women’s Optional Jianshu
Norleen Arlen Catolico landed 7th overall in the Men’s Optional Daoshu + Gunshu

 

AUGUST 19

Athletics – Marathon

Men’s — Jeson Agravante suffered cramps just a few kilometers from the finish line.

Women’s — Mary Joy Tabal won the gold medal with a time of 2:48:24.

Rugby 7s

Men’s — Philippines def. Indonesia, 47-5
Men’s — Philippines def. Cambodia, 47-7
Men’s — Philippines loses to Malaysia, 24-14

Women’s — Philippines loses to Thailand, 32-0
Women’s — Philippines def. Laos, 31-0
Women’s — Philippines loses to Singapore, 25-0

 

AUGUST 18

Aquatic Open Water

Women’s — Philippine swimmer Erica Kristy Lukan failed to place in the 10KM Open Water Swimming women’s competition. Heidi Gan of Malaysia won the gold medal.

Men’s — Philippine swimmers Mico Anota and Teodoro Roy Caneta failed to place in the 10KM Open Water Swimming men’s competition. Kevin Yeap Soon Choy of Malaysia won the gold medal.

Aquatic Synchronised

Women’s — PH swimmers Alyssa Marey Salvador and Ruth Desiree Abiera scored 53.39, losing to Singapore’s Miya Yong Hsing and Debbie Soh Li Fei (75.17) in the women’s duets technical routine synchronised swimming competition.

Archery

Philippines loses to Vietnam, 159-155, in the bronze medal match.

Netball

Philippines loses to Malaysia, 96-11. Record: 0-4

 

AUGUST 17

Aquatic — Women’s Synchronised

Solo Free Routine — PH swimmers fail to advance

Solo Technical Routine — PH swimmers fail to advance

Aquatic — Men’s Water Polo

Philippines loses to Singapore, 7-5. Record: 1-2

Archery

Men’s team compound — Philippines beats Vietnam, 233-230, to win bronze.

Football

Women’s — Philippines loses to Vietnam, 3-0. Record: 1-1-0

Men’s — Philippines loses to Indonesia, 3-0. Record: 1-1-0

Netball

Philippines loses to Singapore, 91-22. Record: 0-3

Sepak takraw

Philippines fails to advance. Myanmar beats Laos, 149-148, in the finals.

 

AUGUST 16

Aquatics – Men’s Water Polo

Philippines loses to Malaysia, 8-7. Record: 1-1

Archery

Paul Marton Dela Cruz wins the bronze medal in the men’s individual compound.

Netball

Philippines loses to Brunei, 69-32. Record: 0-2

Sepak Takraw

Philippines claims silver medal after losing to Malaysia, 391-271, in the finals of Chinlone event 3 (Linking)

 

AUGUST 15

Aquatics – Men’s Water Polo

Philippines def. Thailand 9-7

Football

Men’s — Philippines def. Cambodia, 2-0. Record: 1-0

Women’s — Philippines def. Malaysia, 2-1. Record: 1-0

Netball

Philippines loses to Thailand, 86-3. Philippines with 0-1 win-loss record.

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