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Friday 25 August 2017

2017 PHI SEA GAMES UPDATE: August 22- Daily Events and Results

SEA Games 2017: Team Philippines daily events and results (August 22)

Aquatic Swimming

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


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


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.
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.


Gilas Pilipinas def. Myanmar, 129-34. Record: 2-0
Perlas Pilipinas def. Myanmar, 123-33. Record: 2-1

Billiards & Snooker

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.


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.


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.


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.


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


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


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


PH fails to place. Thailand wins the gold medal.


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.


Daniel Parantac got a score of 9.1 in Men’s Compulsory 3rd Taijiquan finals, finishes in 7th place.
Agatha Wong scores 9.66 to win the wushu taijiquan event, giving PH its sixth gold medal.


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