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Friday, 25 August 2017

2017 PHI SEA GAMES UPDATE: August 21 - Daily Events and Results

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

Source:
http://sports.tv5.com.ph/

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