2017 PHI SEA GAMES UPDATE: August 20 - Daily Events and Results - PH Trending

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Friday 25 August 2017

2017 PHI SEA GAMES UPDATE: August 20 - Daily Events and Results

SEA Games 2017: Team Philippines daily events and results (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.


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.


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


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


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.


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.


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


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