Tuesday, December 17, 2013

27th SEA Games - DECEMBER 17 Summary

In archery at Wunna Theikdi Archery Field, Malaysia grabbed gold in men’s team recurve, beating silver medalists Thailand 213-212 in the final.

Indonesia won the bronze, topping Myanmar 202-198.

In women’s recurve team Indonesia beat Vietnam 212-200 and Myanmar won bronze 197-192 over Thailand.

In athletics at Wunna Theikdi Stadium, Jirappong Meenapra (THA) raced to the men’s 100m gold in 10.48 seconds, beating silver medalist Iswandi Inswandi (INA) by three one-hundredths of a second and bronze winner Muhammad Amirudin Jamal (SIN) by seven one-hundredths.

In the men’s 5000m, Van Lai Nguyen (VIE) ran 14 minutes, 19.35 seconds to take gold. Boonthung Srisung (THA) got silver in 14:21.75 and Ridwan Ridwan (INA) got bronze in 14:27.69.

Myanmar’s Phyu War Thet took the women’s 5000m iun 16:06.01, nearly 20 seconds ahead of silver winner Triyaningsih Triyaningsih (INA) and a minute and half ahead of Khin Mar Sal (MYA) who got the bronze, Myanmar’s second medal in the race.

In the women’s 100m, Vietnam’s Thi Huong Vu left the field well in her trail as she grabbed gold in 11.59 seconds. Neeranuch Klomdee (THA) got silver and Tassaporn Wannakit (THA) took bronze.

Eric Shauwn Cray (PHI) left the field well in his wake clearing the men’s 400m hurdles in 51.29. Andrain Andrian (INA) got silver in 51.74 and Xuan Cuong Dao (VIE) the bronze in 51.70

In the women’s 400m hurdles, Wassana Winatho (THA), gold medalist in the heptathon on Monday, added the hurdles gold in 58.85 on Tuesday.

Thi Lan Quach (VIE) won silver and Dipna Lim Prasad 59.96 got bronze.

In the 800m, Thi Thao Do (VIE) got the women’s gold in 2:05.52, followed by Thi Ly Vu (VIE) in 2.07.25 for silver and Swe Lu Myint in 2:08.20 for bronze.

Mohd Jironi Riduan (MAS) got the men’s 800m title in 1:50.98, half a second ahead of the silver winner Mervin Guarte (PHI). Van Thai Duong (VIE) took the bronze.

In women’s triple jump, Maria Londa (INA) hopped, stepped and jumped 14.17m to win gold. Thitma Munagjan (THA) flew 14.16.0, for silver and Hue Hoa Tran (VIE) got bronze.

The men’s javelin title went to Peerchet Jantra (THA), gold. Hussadin Rodmanee (THA) won silver and Truong Giang Nguyen (VIE) took bronze.

Cycling In cycling at Mount Pleasant, Kunlapha Wiliawan (THA) averaged 30.563 kph over 128km to win gold in the women’s road race. She covered the course in 4:11:17, 3.5 second faster than teammate Maneephan Jutatip (THA), Vietnam’s Nguyen Thi That got the bronze.

Equestrian In equestrian at Wunna Theikdi Equestrian Field, Indonesia jumped to the team show jumping gold medal, followed by Myanmar with silver and Thailand with bronze.

In rowing at Nga Lite Dam, Indonesia got gold in the men’s LM2, followed by Philippines on silver and Vietnam with bronze.

Indonesia also grabbed the men’s eights gold, covering the 2000m in 5:59.88, just 0.72 second ahead of silver medalists Thailand. Viertnam got bronze, 122.36 off the winner’s pace.

Women’s singles gold went LW1 to Singapore’s Saiyaiah Aisyah Mohamed Rafa’ee in 8:06.94. Indonesia’s Mayam Makdalena Daimoi got silver and Myanmar’s Shwe Zin Latt won bronze.

In the coxless fours, Myanmar won gold, Vietnam silver and Indonesia bronze.

Shooting At North Dagon Shooting Range in Yangon, Nicole Tan Ling Chiao (SIN) won the women’s 25m pistol gold. Mohd Badrin Siti Nur Masilah (MAS) got silver and Trieu Thi Hoa Hong (VIE) won bronze.

In the team, Vietnam took gold, Singapore silver and Thailand bronze.

Golf In golf at Royal Myanmar Golf Club, Danthai Boonma (THA) shot a third- round 4-under par 70 to stretch his lead to 4 strokes on 206 over Nattawat Suvajanakron (THA), Poom Saksansin (THA) and Gavin Kyle Green (MAS), all on 210.

In team play, the Thai men (622) hold a 10-stroke lead over Myanmar’s 632. Malaysia moved into third on 637.

In women’s individual, Princess Mary Superal (PHI) ripped the course for a 6-under 66 to take the lead on 138 after two rounds. Yin May Myo (MYA), after a 1-over 73 is on 144 and four players are on 147.

In team play, Philippines, on 283, leads Myanmar by 7 strokes and Thailand by 12.

Hockey At Hockey Field, Yangon, Singapore’s women took an 8-0 lead over Cambodia into the locker room at the end of the first half and scored another 8 goals in the second to win 16-0.

But the day’s second match between Myanmar and Indonesia was a closely marked affair, Myanmar scoring a single goal in the second half to win 1-0.

Sepak Takraw In men’s sepak takraw doubles Group A at Wunna Theikdi Stadium, Brunei beat Singapore 2-1 and Vietnam beat Cambodia in a walkover.

In Group B Indonesia blanked Laos 3-0 and Myanmar topped Malaysia 3-0.

In volleyball at Zeyarthiri Indoor Stadium (B), Thailand beat Vietnam 3-0 (25-18, 25-16, 25-22) and Indonesia was pushed to 3-1 (25-13, 20-25, 25- 17, 25-15) by Myanmar in the day’s second match.

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