Friday, December 13, 2013

27th SEA Games - DECEMBER 13 Summary

At the Wunna Theikdi Swimming Pool, Thailand, while not necessarily completely dominating the top step, owned most of the podium on Friday, winning a host of silvers and bronzes, as well as four of six gold medals.

And when it counted in the women’s 4x100 free, the Thai girls swam home with the gold in 3 minutes 47.66 second, leaving Singapore (3:49.00) with the silver and Indonesia (3:55.28) carrying back the bronze.

In the men’s 100m breaststroke, Matjiur Radomyos got gold in 1:03.06, 012 ahead of silver medalist Gunawan Indra (INA) and 0.26 ahead of Joshua Hall (PHI) who got the bronze.

Singapore star Joseph Schooling swam a meet record 2:00.82 in the men’s 200m individual medley for gold, leaving Tran Duy Khoi (VIE) 2.99 behind for silver and Ketin Nttapong (THA) 4.24 seconds in his wake. Ketin got the bronze.

Sriphanomthorn Benjaporn got another Thai gold in the women’s 400m free in 4:14.23. Nguyen Thi Ah n Vien (VIE) took silver in 4:16.06 and Lynette Lim Shu En got bronze 7.94 seconds behind the Thai speedster.

Christina Loh Yen Ling (MAS) swam 1:10.55 for gold in the women’s 100m breast, finishing nearly a second ahead of silver medalist Salubluek Chavunnooch (THA) and 2.13 ahead of bronze winner Pawpotako Phiangkhwan (Tha).

In the men’s 100m free, Sidiq Triady Fauzl gave Indonesia the gold in a meet record 49.99 and half a second ahead of silver winner Hoang Quy Phuoc (VIE).

Danny Yeo Kai Quan (SIN) got the bronze in 50.83.

Chess In women’s traditional rapid chess at Zabuthiri Hotel, Myanmar’s team won gold, Indonesia the silver and Thailand bronze after hard-fought matches all day long.

Chess In women’s traditional rapid chess at Zabuthiri Hotel, Myanmar’s team won gold, Indonesia the silver and Thailand bronze after hard-fought matches all day long.

At Wunna Theikdi Sports Complex, the snooker doubles gold medal was won handily by Issara Kachaiwong, Pramual Jantad (THA) as they employed long runs and tricky snookers to send Win Khaing Min Aye, Win Ko Ko (MYA) home with the silver medal.

Boon Ching Ang, Chun Kiat Lim (SIN) and Chuan Leong Thor, Keen Hoo Moh (MAS) won bronze.

Canoeing At Nga Lite Dam on Friday, Thailand’s canoeists and kayakers essentially matched Vietnam’s great day Thursday by winning a passel of golds almost across the board.

Rungsawan suansan (THA) paddled to gold in the men’s C1 200m in 41.666 seconds, leaving Spensstuber Mehue (INA) to pick up the silver in 41.906. Van Long Tran (VIE) won bronze in 43.106.

Thailand’s Kasemsit Borriboonwasin picked up his country’s second gold of the day in men K1 200m in 36.578, finishing 0.416 ahead of silver medalist Mervyn Yingjie Toh (SIN). Thanh Quang Nguyen (VIE) got bronze in 37.042.

He then doubled his own gold haul by paddling across the finish line in the men’s 500m K1 in 1:51.364. Thanh Quang Nguyen (VIE) moved up from bronze in the 200m to silver in the 500m, finishing half a second behind the Thai kayaker. Brandon Wei Cheng Ooi (SIN) got bronze in 1:55.738.

Erni Sokoy (INA) paddled to women’s gold in the K1 200m in 42.948. Kanokpan Suansan (THA) got silver after finishing 0.152 back and Siti Rajiah Ali (MAS) took bronze in 43.164.

In the women’s K2 Stephanie Jiexian Chen and Suzanne Seah (SIN) outpaced the field in 40.864 to win the gold. Naw Ahlelashe and Aye Mi Khine (MYA) took silver in 41.260 and Vietnam’s Thi Mai Nguyen and Thi Hao Kieu got bronze in 41.260.

In the men’s C2 200m, Phanudet Phetmikha and Nares Naoprakon(THA) stroked to gold, followed by Maung Maung and Win Htike (MYA) and Eka Octarorianus and Anwar Tarra (INA).

Cycling At Mount Pleasant, Chawchiangkwang Peerapol (THA) won gold in the men’s mountain bike cross-country in 1 hour, 33 minutes and 22 seconds.

Sugito Bandi (INA) got silver 31 seconds behind Chawchiangkwang and Suprasart Keerati (THA) grabbed bronze 22 seconds behind Sugito Bandi.

In the women’s race, Yazid Kusmawati (INA) took gold in 1:21:20, beating silver medalist Wong Padklang Jutamas (THA) by 23 seconds. Dinh Thi Nhu Quynh (VIE) took bronze in 1:21:54.

Karatedo In karatedo at Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium, Vietnam’s Nguyen Hoang Ngan grabbed the gold over Syafrudtn Yulianti (INA), who got the silver.

Yin Wah Thaung Luai Mau Olivier Yin Wah (MYA) and Salichane Thaviphone (LAO) took the bronzes.

Equestrian At Wunna Theikdi Equestrian Field, Indonesia amassed 205.929 points to win gold in the team dressage. Myanmar, on 197.309, took the silver and Singapore on 190.551 won the bronze.

Basketball In basketball, Singapore rolled past Cambodia 99-43. For Cambodia, 16-14 at the end of the first quarter was the closest they ever got as Singapore dominated from there on out.

Philippines, the class of the SEA Games basketball so far, continued their winning ways Friday with yet another runaway win, beating Thailand 100- 68 and never trailing in any quarter.

In women’s action, Malaysia almost doubled Indonesia 81-48 in another match that no longer in doubt after the end of the first quarter.

Hockey In women’s hockey at Hockey Field Yangon, Singapore turned a lackluster performance in a lackluster first half that ended scoreless to a 2-1 victory over Indonesia by the end of the match.

Earlier, Thailand showed a decidedly out-classed Cambodia no mercy, hammering their opponent 12-0 in the first half and adding another 14 goals in the second to win 26-0.

Sepak Takraw At Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium (B), Indonesia topped Malaysia 2-1 in the day’s first men’s sepak takraw match and Thailand blanked Myanmar 3-0 in the second.

In the women’s draw, Thailand’s women mirrored the men’s tea, beating Myanmar’s women 3-0.

Shooting In shooting at North Dagon Shooting Range, Chew Eddy (MAS) grabbed gold ahead of Mya nmar’s Ye Tun Naung, silver, and Johnathan Wong Guanjie (MAS) took the bronze.

Volleyball In volleyball at Zeyarthiri Indoor Stadium (B), all morning volleyball matches ended in 3-0 wins.

Myanmar’s women opened the day 3-0 over Malaysia, Thailand’s men sent Malaysia’s men down 3-0 and Myanmar’s men walked over Cambodia 3-0.

Weightlifting In women’s 48kg weightlifting, Sri Wahyuni Agustiani (INA) hefted a 188kg total for gold.

Silver medalist Panida Khamsri (THA) totaled 177kg, just 1 kg more than Hoai Do Thi Thu (VIE), who got the bronze.

In men’s 56kg, Tuan Thach Kim combined a 129kg snatch with a 156kg clean and jerk into a 285kg total and the gold medal. Jadi Setiadi (INA) raised 261kg (121/140) for the silver and Pyae Phyo got Myanmar oln the bronze step of the podium with a 246 total.

Wrestling At wrestling at National Indoor Stadium in Yangon, Fahrjansyah (INA) topped Tepakam Methee (THA) for gold in the men’s 84kg freestyle. Tepaka, got silver and Jason Balabal (PHI) won bronze.

In women’s 44kg freestyle, Chov Sotheara (CAM) beat Thailand’s Pimpak Sureeporn to win the gold. Pimpak got silver and Thidar Soe (MYA) won bronze.

At men’s 96kg, Laotian Phachanxay Phonexay won gold, knocking Kyaw Win Oo (MYA) to the silver step. Sou Joshua (CAM) took the bronze.

Can Tat Du (VIE) wrestled eventual silver medalist Pasawang Tadsapol (THA) to the mat for gold at 74kg and Saw Gar Byiel (MYA) got the bronze.

In women’s 48kg freestyle, Vu Thi Hang (VIE) took gold over Tho Kaew Sriprapa (THA). Nokeo Panay (LAO) and Inadrah (INA) won the bronze.

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