Tuesday, November 29, 2016

KL2017 Preparation Well on Track


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: With nine months to go to the 29th SEA Games in August next year, the Kuala Lumpur 2017 Organising Committee (MASOC) reported good progress in its preparations for the biennial Games. Malaysia’s Youth and Sports Minister, Brig Gen Khairy Jamaluddin, who is also the Chairman of the Organising Committee, expressed his satisfaction over the level of preparation for the Games.

“The 13 committees entrusted to prepare for the Games have reported smooth progress with 33 per cent of preparatory work completed,” he said. “This includes preparation in key areas such as accommodation, sports and technical, transportation, ceremonies and events such as the torch and baton relays.

“We targeted an achievement of 34 per cent at this stage but there were slight delays in some of the areas,” he added. The 29th SEA Games is scheduled from August 19-31, 2017, while the 9th ASEAN Para Games will be held two weeks later from September 17-23.


Source: www.kualalumpur2017.com.my

15th AKF Cadet, Junior and U-21 Championships 2016

The 15th AKF Cadet, Junior and U-21 Championships 2016 was held in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia from 21st - 27th November 2016. Our Southeast Asian karatekas proved that they are one of the best karatekas in Asia. Host Indonesia finished third over-all with Two (2) Golds, Seven (7) Silvers and Twelve (12) bronze medals. Vietnam ranked fifth (5th) over-all with two (2) golds, two (2) silvers and three (3) bronze medals. Malaysia on the other hand placed sixth with one (1) gold, six (6) silver and two (2) bronze medals and Thailand placing 8th with 1 gold, 1 silver and two (2) bronze medals.

Karate has been added to the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. 

Below are the successful athletes from Southeast Asia in this tournament.

CADET DIVISION
Cadet Kata Female
Silver - Cherlene Cheung Xue Lin (Malaysia)

Cadet Kata Male
Bronze - IVAN_FAIRUZ TAHER Ivan Fairuz Taher (Indonesia)

Cadet Kumite Female -47 kg
Bronze - Marzella Sekar Damayanti (Indonesia)

Cadet Kumite Female -54 kg
Silver - Nguyen Anh Nguyet (Vietnam)

Cadet Kumite Female 54+ kg
Silver -Ni Made Yuli Kristina (Indonesia)

Cadet Kumite Male -52 kg
Bronze - Muhammad Arsyal (Indonesia)

Cadet Kumite Male -57 kg
Bronze - Barigh Alfat Aziz (Indonesia)

Cadet Kumite Male -70 kg
Gold - Nguyen Thanh Truong (Vietnam)

Cadet Kumite Male 70+ kg
Bronze - Muhammad Besnuh Billy Bilmona (Indonesia)

Photo via WKF
JUNIOR DIVISION
Junior Kata Female
Bronze - Le Thi Khanh Ly (Vietnam)
Bronze - Ariana Lim Junyi (Malaysia)

Junior Kata Male
Silver - Ooi San Hong (Malaysia)
Bronze - Detrina Sabda Nugraha (Indonesia)

Junior Kumite Female -48 kg
Silver - Dwi Fadhilah (Indonesia)

Junior Kumite Female -59 kg
Gold - Tangleing Neeranuch (Thailand)
Silver - Puspita Meidiana Indah (Indonesia)

Junior Kumite Female 59+ kg
Bronze - Ceyco Georgia Zefanya (Indonesia)

Junior Kumite Male -55 kg
Gold - Shanmugan Khavinraj (Malaysia)
Bronze - Sukyik Pikanet (Thailand)

Junior Kumite Male -61 kg
Silver - Muhammad Fahreza Yudiana (Indonesia)

Junior Kumite Male -68 kg
Silver - Faqih Karomi (Indonesia)

Junior Kumite Male -76 kg
Silver - Selvakumar Daneshkumar (Malaysia)

Junior Kumite Male 76+ kg
Silver - Daniel Daniel (Indonesia)

Kata Team Cadet and Junior Female
Gold - Indonesia
          (Krisda Putri Aprilia, Nadya Baharuddin & Nur Rizka Fauziah)
Silver - Malaysia
          (Ariana Lim Junyi, Cherlene Cheung Xue Lin & Robless Mabel Theodora)
Bronze - Vietnam
          (Le Thi Khanh Ly, Luu Thi Thu Uyen & Nguyen Thi Phuong)

Kata Team Cadet and Junior Male
Gold - Indonesia
          (Eric Samuel, Irfan Fahsya & Ivan Fairuz Taher)
Silver - Malaysia
          (Ernie Tye Chun Chuen, Ooi San Hong & Yong Kojiro)

Photo via WKF
U21 DIVISION
U21 Kata Female
Silver - Tararattanakul Monsicha (Thailand)
Bronze - Ni Made Suci Astuti (Indonesia)

U21 Kata Male
Silver - Ahmad Zigi Zaresta (Indonesia)
Bronze - Oh Theng Wei Ivan  (Malaysia)

U21 Kumite Female -50 kg
Silver - Chandran Shamalarani (Malaysia)
Bronze - Tran Thi Khanh Vi (Vietnam)

U21 Kumite Female -55 kg
Bronze - Onnuam Apasorn (Thailand)

U21 Kumite Female -61 kg
Gold - Nguyen Thi Ngoan (Vietnam)

U21 Kumite Female -68 kg
Silver - Nguyen Thi Viet Trinh (Vietnam)
Bronze - Rani Oktasari (Indonesia)

U21 Kumite Female 68+ kg
Bronze - Ariska Dyan Lailatul Qodriyah (Indonesia)

U21 Kumite Male -55 kg
Bronze - I Putu Agus Putra Bimantara (Indonesia)

U21 Kumite Male 84+ kg
Bronze - Aditya Pratama Suhendar (Indonesia)

Sunday, November 27, 2016

2016 Asian Swimming Championships

The 2016 Asian Swimming Championships was held at the Tatsumi International Pool in Tokyo, Japan from November 14-20. 

Below were the results of successful athletes from Southeast Asian nations. 

Congratulations to Indonesia (1 Bronze) & Vietnam (1 Gold & 3 Bronze medals)!!!

Men's 50m Freestyle
Rank 14/30 | KEITH Lim Kit Sern | Malaysia | 23.74
Rank 21/30 | TAN Jonathan Eu Jin | Singapore | 24.11
Rank 22/30 | NGUI Axel Toni Steven | Philippines | 24.68

Men's 100m Freestyle
Rank 12/32 | KEITH Lim Kit Sern | Malaysia | 51.86
Rank 15/32 | TAN Jonathan Eu Jin | Singapore | 52.02
Rank 18/32 | NGUI Axel Toni Steven | Philippines | 52.79
Rank 19/32 | PHAENSOMBOON Seree | Thailand | 52.99

Men's 200m Freestyle
Rank 7/24   | PANG Sheng Jun | Singapore | 1:51.30 | Finals Time: 1:52.29 (8th)
Rank 11/24 | YEAP Zheng Yang | Malaysia | 1:52.49
Rank 12/24 | PHAENSOMBOON Seree | Thailand | 1:54.41
Rank 15/24 | LAM Quang Nhat | Vietnam | 1:55.16
Rank 17/24 | SANGKHAWAT Jiarapong | Thailand | 1:55.19
Rank 19/24 | NGUI Axel Toni Steven | Philippines | 1:55.95
Rank 21/24 | TAN Jonathan Eu Jin | Singapore | 1:57.41

Men's 400m Freestyle
Rank 6/20   | WELSON Sim Wee Sheng | Malaysia | 3:57.77 | Finals Time: 3:55.51 (6th)
Rank 10/20 | YEAP Zheng Yang | Malaysia | 4:01.27
Rank 13/20 | LAM Quang Nhat | Vietnam | 4:04.10
Rank 18/20 | LIM Glen Jun Wei | Singapore | 4:17.34

Men's 1500m Freestyle
Rank 6/15   | WELSON Sim Wee Sheng | Malaysia | 15:42.22
Rank 9/15   | PANG Sheng Jun | Singapore | 15:59.64
Rank 10/15 | LAM Quang Nhat | Vietnam | 16:03.84
Rank 14/15 | LIM Glen Jun Wei | Singapore | 16:33.52

Men's 50m  Backstroke
Rank 4/21   | SUDARTAWA I Gde Siman | Indonesia | 25.26 | Finals Time: 25.26 (BRONZE)
Rank 5/21   | LE NGNYEN Paul | Vietnam | 25.50 | Finals Time: 25.50 (5th)
Rank 8/21   | TRAN Duy Khoi | Vietnam | 26.10 | Finals Time: 25.93 (7th)
Rank 9/21   | TERN Jian Han | Malaysia | 26.51
Rank 11/21 | FONG Francis Jia Yi | Singapore | 26.76
--------       | CHOGRATHIN Kasipat | Thailand | DS

Men's 100m  Backstroke
Rank 4/23   |  LE NGNYEN Paul | Vietnam | 55.10 | Finals Time: 55.51 (5th)
Rank 6/23   | TRAN Duy Khoi | Vietnam | 56.53 | Finals Time: 55.74 (6th)
Rank 8/23   | SUDARTAWA I Gde Siman | Indonesia | 56.67 | Finals Time: 55.36 (4th)
Rank 10/23 | FONG Francis Jia Yi | Singapore | 57.45
Rank 14/23 | TERN Jian Han | Malaysia | 58.46
Rank 18/23 | LOW Malcolm Wei Yang | Singapore | 1:00.13
Rank 21/23 | SANGKHAWAT Jiarapong | Thailand | 1:03.67

Men's 200m  Backstroke
Rank 6/15   | TRAN Duy Khoi | Vietnam | 2:06.01 | Finals Time: 2:04.01 (6th)
Rank 6/15   | FONG Francis Jia Yi | Singapore | 2:06.01| Finals Time: 2:07.16 (8th)
Rank 10/15 | LOW Malcolm Wei Yang | Singapore | 2:08.94

Men's 50m Breaststroke
Rank 10/25 | WONG Fu Kang | Malaysia | 28.59
Rank 12/25 | DEIPARINE James Christ | Philippines | 28.62
Rank 13/25 | LE NGNYEN Paul | Vietnam | 28.82
Rank 15/25 | MATJIUR Radomyos | Thailand | 28.90
Rank 17/25 | FOONG Wei Tze | Malaysia | 29.73

Men's 100m Breaststroke
Rank 9/25   | MATJIUR Radomyos | Thailand | 1:03.08
Rank 14/25 | WONG Fu Kang | Malaysia | 1:03.74
Rank 15/25 | LE NGNYEN Paul | Vietnam | 1:03.91
Rank 18/25 | DEIPARINE James Christ | Philippines | 1:04.57

Men's 200m Breaststroke
Rank 12/18   | MATJIUR Radomyos | Thailand | 2:19.30
Rank 13/18 | WONG Fu Kang | Malaysia |  2:21.59

Men's 50m Butterfly
Rank 16/27 | WONGCHAROEN Navaph | Thailand | 25.69
Rank 19/27 | KEITH Lim Kit Sern | Malaysia |  25.95
Rank 20/27 | LEE Donovan Chuen Jin | Singapore | 25.96

Men's 100m Butterfly
Rank 12/24 | WONGCHAROEN Navaph | Thailand | 55.61
Rank 14/24 | LEE Donovan Chuen Jin | Singapore | 56.12
Rank 17/24 | KEITH Lim Kit Sern | Malaysia | 56.64
Rank 19/24 | TAN Jonathan Eu Jin | Singapore | 57.97

Men's 200m Butterfly
Rank 6/14   | WONGCHAROEN Navaph | Thailand | 2:02.00 | Finals Time: 2:02.89 (8th)
Rank 11/14 | TIA A Faang Der | Malaysia | 2:03.79
Rank 12/14 | LEE Donovan Chuen Jin | Singapore | 2:04.14


Men's 200m Individual Medley
Rank 7/14   | PANG Sheng Jun | Singapore | 2:06.78 | Finals Time: 2:05.07 (7th)
Rank 9/14   | LEE Donovan Chuen Jin | Singapore |  2:09.54
Rank 12/14 | TRAN Duy Khoi | Vietnam | 2:13.21

Men's 400m Individual Medley
Rank 8/13   | TRAN Duy Khoi | Vietnam |  4:31.73 | Finals Time: 4:26.40 (6th)
Rank 10/13 | LEE Donovan Chuen Jin | Singapore |  4:37.82
Rank 11/13 | LOW Malcolm Wei Yang | Singapore | 4:39.70
Rank 12/13 | TIA A Faang Der | Malaysia | 4:41.58

Men's 4x100m Freestyle Relay
Rank 3/11   | Malaysia | 3:26.24 | Finals Time: 3:24.93 (4th)
Rank 9/11   | Thailand  | 3:34.18
Rank 11/11 | Singapore | 3:39.92

Men's 4x400m Freestyle Relay 
Rank 4/6   | Malaysia |  7:31.62
Rank 6/6   | Singapore | 7:52.28

Women's 50m Freestyle
Rank 5/24  | LIM Xiang Qi Amanda | Singapore | 26.24 | Finals Time: 26.08 (6th)
Rank 6/24  | SAPIANCHAI Kornkarnjan | Thailand | 26.31 | Finals Time: 26.33 (8th)
Rank 7/24  | CHAN Nur Marina | Singapore |  26.32 | Finals Time: 26.20 (7th)
Rank 8/24  | SRISA-ARD Jenjira | Thailand | 26.42 | Finals Time: 25.95 (5th)
Rank 9/24  | ALKHALDI Jasmine | Philippines | 26.67
Rank 18/24 | YUS Angel Gabriella | Indonesia | 28.54

Women's 100m Freestyle
Rank 5/23  | JUNKRAJANG Natthanan | Thailand | 56.74 | Finals Time: 56.61 (6th)
Rank 7/23  | ALKHALDI Jasmine | Philippines | 57.07 | Finals Time: 57.22 (7th)
Rank 9/23   | CHUE Christie May Mun E | Singapore | 58.27
Rank 10/23 | SRIPHANOMTHORN Benjaporn | Thailand | 58.42
Rank 11/23 | ONG Natasha Min Ern | Singapore | 58.81
Rank 16/23 | SANTA ANA Rosalee | Philippines | 1:01.10

Women's 200m Freestyle
Rank 6/19   | NGUYEN Thi Anh Vien | Vietnam | 2:04.19 | Finals Time: 1:59.31 (Bronze)
Rank 7/19   | JUNKRAJANG Natthanan | Thailand |  2:05.82 | Finals Time: 2:02.58
Rank 8/19   | ALKHALDI Jasmine | Philippines | 2:06.77 | Finals Time: 2:05.68
Rank 9/19   | SRIPHANOMTHORN Benjaporn | Thailand | 2:06.97
Rank 10/19 | CHUE Christie May Mun E | Singapore | 2:08.54
Rank 12/19 | SANTA ANA Rosalee | Philippines | 2:10.09
Rank 14/19 | CHAN Zi Yi | Singapore | 2:12.45

Women's 400m Freestyle
Rank 1/14  | NGUYEN Thi Anh Vien | Vietnam | 4:13.44 (Finals Time: 4:08.95 | 4th)
Rank 6/14  | JUNKRAJANG Natthanan | Thailand |  4:22.42 (Finals Time: 4:17.83 | 6th)
Rank 7/14  | SRIPHANOMTHORN Benjapporn | Thailand | 4:27.48 (Finals Time: 4:29.90 | 7th)
Rank 9/14  | PERMATAHANI Azzahra | Indonesia | 4:31.52
Rank 11/14 | SANTA ANA Rosalee Mira | Philippines | 4:34.56
Rank 12/14 | TRAN Ngoc Thi | Vietnam | 4:45.80

Women's 800m Freestyle
Rank 3/14   | NGUYEN Thi Anh Vien | Vietnam | 8:38.21 - BRONZE
Rank 4/14   | JUNKRAJANG Natthanan | Thailand | 8:51.22
Rank 6/14   | SRIPHANOMTHORN Benjaporn | Thailand | 9:00.24
Rank 8/14   | SANTA ANA Rosalee Mira | Philippines | 9:16.12
Rank 9/14  | PERMATAHANI Azzahra | Indonesia |  9:16.42
Rank 12/14 | TRAN Ngoc Thi | Vietnam | 9:35.63




Women's 50m Backstroke
Rank 8/20  | CAROLINE Chan Zi Xin | Malaysia | 29.51
Rank 11/20 | WONGVAT Araya | Thailand | 30.36
Rank 12/20 | KHOO Faith Elizabeth | Singapore | 30.95
Rank 13/20 | KEMALA Sofie | Indonesia | 30.97
Rank 14/20 | HOONG En Qi | Singapore | 31.06

Women's 100m Backstroke
Rank 10/16  | CAROLINE Chan Zi Xin | Malaysia |  1:05.54
Rank 11/16 | WONGVAT Araya | Thailand | 1:05.94
Rank 12/16 | KHOO Faith Elizabeth | Singapore | 1:06.38
Rank 13/16 | KEMALA Sofie | Indonesia | 1:06.88
Rank 14/16 | HOONG En Qi | Singapore | 1:08.91

Women's 200m Backstroke
Rank 8/12   | KHOO Faith Elizabeth | Singapore | 2:24.03 (Finals Time: 2:22.51 | 7th )
Rank 10/12 | PAWAPOTAKO Phiangkh | Thailand | 2:27.21
Rank 11/12 | KEMALA Sofie | Indonesia | 2:27.59
Rank 12/12 | WONGVAT Araya | Thailand | 2:30.06

Women's 50m Breaststroke
Rank 6/18   | EVATO Vanessae | Indonesia | 33.51 (Finals Time: 33.45 | 8th )
Rank 7/18   | SRISA-ARD Jenjira | Thailand |  33.52 (Finals Time: 33.36 | 6th )

Rank 9/18   | CHUE Christie May Mun E | Singapore | 33.79
Rank 11/18 | VU Thi Phuong Anh | Vietnam | 34.27

Women's 100m Breaststroke
Rank 6/17   | PAWAPOTAKO Phiangkh | Thailand |  1:12.47 (Finals Time: 1:11.00 | 5th )

Rank 8/17   | CHUE Christie May Mun E | Singapore | 1:13.23 (Finals Time: 1:12.93 | 8th  )
Rank 9/17   | EVATO Vanessae | Indonesia |  1:14.40
Rank 10/17 | VU Thi Phuong Anh | Vietnam | 1:14.97

Women's 200m Breaststroke
Rank 4/14   | PAWAPOTAKO Phiangkh | Thailand | 2:33.28 (Finals Time: 2:32.04 | 5th )

Rank 8/14   | CHUE Christie May Mun E | Singapore | 2:40.09 (Finals Time: 2:35.98 | 7th  )
Rank 9/14   | PERMATAHANI Azzahra | Indonesia |  2:40.57
Rank 10/14 | VU Thi Phuong Anh | Vietnam | 2:41.18
Rank 11/14   | EVATO Vanessae | Indonesia | 2:41.26

Women's 50m Butterfly
Rank 6/23   | SAPIANCHAI Kornkarnjan | Thailand | 27.54 (Finals Time: 27.37 | 7th )
Rank 7/23   | SRISA-ARD Jenjira | Thailand |  27.60 (Finals Time: 27.44 | 8th  )

Rank 9/23   | CHAN Nur Marina | Singapore | 28.02
Rank 10/23 | TOH Nicholle Fann Rui | Singapore | 28.20
Rank 11/23 | YUS Angel Gabriella | Indonesia | 28.59
Rank 12/23 | KEMALA Sofie | Indonesia | 28.72
Rank 16/23 | TRAN Ngoc Thi | Vietnam | 30.34

Women's 100m Butterfly
Rank 4/13   | KITTIYA Patarawadee | Thailand |  1:01.69 (Finals Time: 1:01.28 | 5th)
Rank 6/13   | SAPIANCHAI Kornkarnjan | Thailand | 1:01.96 (Finals Time: 1:01.84 | 6th )
Rank 7/13 | TOH Nicholle Fann Rui | Singapore | 1:02.58 (Finals Time: 1:02.00 | 7th )
Rank 9/13 | TRAN Ngoc Thi | Vietnam | 1:05.10 (Finals Time: 1:05.49 | 8th )
Rank 10/13 | YUS Angel Gabriella | Indonesia | 1:05.16
---------     | HOONG En Qi | DQ

Women's 200m Butterfly
Rank 6/10   | KITTIYA Patarawadee | Thailand | 2:15.98 (Finals Time: 2:14.54 | 5th )
Rank 8/10 | TOH Nicholle Fann Rui | Singapore | 2:23.30 (Finals Time: 2:20.62 | 8th  )
Rank 10/10 | TRAN Ngoc Thi | Vietnam |  2:27.01

Women's 200m Individual Medley
Rank 3/13   | NGUYEN Thi Anh Vien | Vietnam | 2:17.49 (Finals Time:2:12.95 | BRONZE )
Rank 5/13   | PAWAPOTAKO Phiangkh | Thailand | 2:20.53 (Finals Time: 2:18.31 | 5th )

Rank 6/13   | CHUE Christie May Mun E | Singapore | 2:22.60 (Finals Time: 2:21.51 | 6th  )
Rank 8/13   | PERMATAHANI Azzahra | Indonesia | 2:23.79 (Finals Time: 2:21.74 | 7th  )
Rank 9/13   | SRIPHANOMTHORN Benjaporn | 2:25.82
Rank 10/13  | EVATO Vanessae | Indonesia | 2:29.03
Rank 12/13  | VU Thi Phuong Anh | Vietnam | 2:32.62

Women's 400m Individual Medley
Rank 1/9   | NGUYEN Thi Anh Vien | Vietnam | 4:45.92 (Finals Time: 4:37.71 | GOLD )
Rank 6/9   | PAWAPOTAKO Phiangkh | Thailand | 4:57.55 (Finals Time: 4:51.98 | 5th )

Rank 7/9   | PERMATAHANI Azzahra | Indonesia | 5:01.94 (Finals Time: 4:54.21 | 6th  )
Rank 8/9  | VU Thi Phuong Anh | Vietnam | 5:11.30 (Finals Time: 5:11.04 | 8th  )

Women's  4x100m Freestyle Relay Final
Rank 4/7 | THAILAND | 3:50.10
Rank 5/7 | SINGAPORE | 3:51.63

Women's  4x200m Freestyle Relay Final
Rank 4/7 | THAILAND | 8:21.72
Rank 5/7 | SINGAPORE | 8:35.44

Women's  4x100m Medley Relay Final
Rank 4/7 | THAILAND | 4:15.49
Rank 5/7 | SINGAPORE | 4:17.94











Saturday, November 26, 2016

AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 | Group B | Nov.26 Results

Congratulations to Vietnam & Myanmar for making it to the semi-final round! 

(Vietnam-9pts; Myanmar-6pts; Malaysia-3pts; Cambodia-0pt)




Tuesday, November 22, 2016

AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 | Group A | Nov.22 Results


WTF World Taekwondo Junior Championships 2016

WTF World Taekwondo Junior Championships 2016 was held in Burnaby, Canada from November 16-20. And  below are the successful athletes from Southeast Asia.

Female -46kg
Gold - CHARANAWAT Napaporn (Thailand)
 
Female -44kg
Gold - HO Thi Kim Ngan (Vietnam)
Bronze - VALDEZ Abigail Faye (Philippines)
 
Male -45kg
Bronze - KHONGKRAPHAN Yutthaya (Thailand)
 
Male -48kg
Silver - TANGCHATKAEW Saran (Thailand)

Thursday, November 17, 2016

AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships 2016

Location: St. Petersburg, Russia
Date: 17th - 26th November 2016

Fourteen (14) young boxers representing four (4) Southeast Asian (SEA) Nations are competing at the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships 2016. These nations are Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.


Schedules & Results of SEA athletes






Sunday, November 13, 2016

Celcom Axiata Malaysia International Challenge 2016

Location: Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Date: 8th - 13th November 2016


Winners / Results

Men's Singles
1st - Panji Ahmad MAULANA (Indonesia)
2nd - Satheishtharan R. (Malaysia)
3rd - Suppanyu AVIHINGSANON (Thailand)
3rd - Pannawit THONGNUAM [5] (Thailand)

Women's Singles
1st - Sayaka TAKAHASHI (Japan)
2nd - Yen Mei HO  (Malaysia)
3rd - Soniia CHEAH (Malaysia)
3rd - Fitriani FITRIANI (Indonesia)

Men's Doubles
1st - Kah Ming CHOOI  & Juan Shen LOW (Malaysia)
2nd - Ching Yao LU & Po Han YANG (Chinese Taipei)
3rd - Mohamad Arif ABDUL LATIF (Malaysia) & Watchara BURANAKUEA (Thailand)
3rd - Taiki SHIMADA & Yoshinori TAKEUCHI (Japan)

Women's Doubles
1st - Mei Kuan CHOW & Lee MENG YEAN (Malaysia)
2nd - Binbin JIANG & Pingyang TANG (China)
3rd - Amelia Alicia ANSCELLY & Mei Xing TEOH (Malaysia)
3rd - Ayako SAKURAMOTO [4] & Yukiko TAKAHATA (Japan)

Mixed Doubles
1st - Soon Huat GOH & Shevon Jemie LAI (Malaysia)
2nd - Po-Hsuan YANG & Hao Yun WEN (Chinese Taipei)
3rd - Alvin MORADA & Alyssa Yasbel LEONARDO (Philippines)
3rd - Wee Gieen TAN & Yen Wei PECK (Malaysia)


Asian Dragonboat Championships 2016

Location: Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines
Date: 11th - 12th November 2016

(& 1st Puerto Princesa International Dragonboat Club Crew Championships 2016)

Results/Winners (Unofficial)

Small Boat Men 200m
Gold - Philippines (46.808)
Silver - Japan (48.681)
Bronze - Indonesia (48.903)

Small Boat Women’s 200m*
Gold - Philippines (54.453)
Silver - Thailand (54.753)
Bronze - Indonesia (55.351)

Small Boat Junior Mixed 200m
Gold - Chinese Taipei (51.360)
Silver - Philippines (51.495)

Small Boat Men 500m*
Gold - Japan (02:03.764)
Silver - Philippines (02:03.847)
Bronze - Indonesia (02:03.890)

Small Boat Women 500m
Gold - Thailand (02:19.145)
Silver - Indonesia (02:22.128)
Bronze - Philippines (02:22.795)

Small Boat Junior Mixed 500m
Gold - Philippines (02:10.387)
Silver - Chinese Taipei (02:11.197)

Standard Men’s 200m
Gold - Philippines (46.935)
Silver - Chinese Taipei (49.692)

Standard Men’s 500m*
Gold - Philippines (1:52.720)
Silver - Chinese Taipei (1:57.602)




FIBA Asia U18 Championship for Women 2016


Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Date: 13th - 20th November 2016


Group I - Preliminary

November 13
Thailand 67-58 India
Japan 101-48 Chinese Taipei
China 76-40 South Korea 
November 14
Thailand 54-93 Japan
China 114-38 India
South Korea 70-38 Chinese Taipei
November 15
Thailand 58-86 China
Chinese Taipei 80-46 India
Japan 64-70 South Korea
November 16
Thailand 71-76 Chinese Taipei
South Korea 69-27 India
China 76-61 Japan
November 17
Thailand 57-70 South Korea
China 93-48 Chinese Taipei
Japan 93-26 India


Group II - Preliminary

November 13
Indonesia 75-34 Singapore
Hong Kong 87-41 Sri Lanka
Malaysia 74-59 Kazakhstan
November 14
Hong Kong 72-65 Kazakhstan
Indonesia 73-47 Sri Lanka
Malaysia 64-33 Singapore
November 15
Indonesia 65-45 Kazakhstan
Malaysia 65-40 Hong Kong
Singapore 50-40 Sri Lanka
November 16
Malaysia 71-46 Sri Lanka
Singapore 48-68 Kazakhstan
Indonesia 60-38 Hong Kong
November 17
Kazakhstan 92-53 Sri Lanka
Singapore 36-70 Hong Kong
Indonesia 74-54 Malaysia

* Indonesia and Malaysia will play at the Relegation Promotion games.

Relegation Promotion Matches
November 19: Indonesia 49-38 India
November 19: Malaysia 50-44 Thailand
Indonesia and Malaysia promoted from Level II to Level I for next edition of this tourney.
SEMI FINALS (November 19)
Semi Finals 1: S.Korea 41-63 Japan
Semi Finals 2: China 64-35 Chinese Taipei

FINALS (November 20)
Battle for Bronze Medal/3rd Place: S.Korea vs C.Taipei

Battle for Gold Medal/1st Place: China vs Japan

 

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Southeast Asian Rowing Federation Championships 2016


Results 
Vietnam: 13 Golds & 12 Silver medals
Thailand: 4 Golds, 6 Silvers & 5 Bronze medals 
Malaysia: 1 Gold & 6 Bronze medals
Singapore: 1 Gold & 4 Bronze medals 
Indonesia: 1 Silver & 4 Bronze medals





Sunday, November 6, 2016

ASEAN Basketball League: Westports Malaysia Dragons Schedules (2016-2017)


USM Victor International Challenge 2016

Location: Semarang, Indonesia
Date: 1st - 6th November 2016

Winners

Men's Singles
1st - Shesar Hiren RHUSTAVITO (Indonesia)
2nd - Suppanyu AVIHINGSANON (Thailand)
3rd - Reksy Aureza MEGANANDA (Indonesia)
3rd - Krishna Adi NUGRAHA (Indonesia)

Women's Singles
1st - Fitriani FITRIANI (Indonesia)

2nd - Hana RAMADHINI (Indonesia)
3rd - Dinar Dyah AYUSTINE (Indonesia)
3rd - Soniia CHEAH (Malaysia)

Men's Doubles
1st - Kah Ming CHOOI & Juan Shen LOW (Malaysia)
2nd - Jian Yi LEE & Zhen Ting LIM (Malaysia)
3rd - Kuan Hao LIAO & Chia Pin LU (Chinese Taipei)
3rd - Trawut POTIENG & Nanthakarn YORDPHAISONG (Thailand)
Lim Yin Loo (right) and Yap Cheng Wen with their medals at the Victor International Challenge in Semarang, Indonesia.
Women's Doubles
1st - Yin Loo LIM & Cheng Wen YAP (Malaysia)
2nd - Nisak Puji LESTARI & Merisa Cindy SAHPUTRI (Indonesia)
3rd - Putri Sari Dewi CITRA & Yujia JIN (Singapore)
3rd - Febriana Dwipuji KUSUMA & Ribka SUGIARTO (Indonesia)

Mixed Doubles
1st - Yantoni Edy SAPUTRA & Marsheilla Gischa ISLAMI
2nd - Irfan FADHILAH & Weni ANGGRAINI
3rd - Lukhi Apri NUGROHO & Ririn AMELIA
3rd - Rian SWASTEDIAN & Brigita Marcelia RUMAMBI








OCM promise 2017 SEA Games will be organised prudently

NEXT year’s 29th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) will make use of existing facilities, Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Tunku Tan Sri Imran Tuanku Jaafar said yesterday.

As in previous years, Brunei is expected to be among the countries competing in the biennial SEA Games — which was last held in Singapore last year.

“We want to make full use of what we have and try not to waste so much,” Tunku Imran was quoted as saying by Malaysian news agency Bernama.

Tunku Imran was speaking at a press conference after opening a briefing for regional broadcasters yesterday.

A report by Bernama stated that the Malaysian SEA Games and ASEAN Para Games Organising Committee (MASOC) are planning the budget for the Games having already listed out the number of sports to be contested.

“After we came out with the list of sports in July, now we are planning the budget and the budget has been approved as announced by the Prime Minister (Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak) recently,” added Tunku Imran in the Bernama report.

Tunku Imran said the renovation and upgrading process at most of the venues have started.

The venues for the 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games are situated in 25 locations in the Klang Valley, Negeri Sembilan and Langkawi.

“We tried to find venues that were situated in iconic places, for instance for the archery event, it will be held at Dataran Merdeka where our first Prime Minister proclaimed Malaysia’s independence in 1957,” said Tunku Imran in the report.

“For indoor sports, MASOC will introduce three clusters for several indoor sports, namely the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Bukit Jalil Sports Complex and the Malaysian International Trade Exhibition Centre (MITEC).

Tunku Imran noted that broadcasters have significant responsibilities in delivering the best sporting experience to the viewers and are an important tool in attracting the interest of many companies wanting to create or increase their brand awareness.

“In this context, broadcasters have a golden opportunity to assist their potential clients to reach out to more than 600 million people in the Southeast Asian region,” he told Bernama.


Source: The Brunei Times

8th Sanda World Cup 2016

The 8th Sanda World Cup 2016 was held in Xian, China from November 4 to November 6. And below are Southeast Asian medalists at the 8th Sanda World Cup 2016. The competition has brought a total of 71 world champion athletes from 19 countries comprised of top placing sanda athletes from the previous World Wushu Championships together.

Women's 48kg
Gold - Divine Wally  (Philippines)
Women’s -60kg
Silver - Nguyen Thi Trang (Vietnam)

Women's 65kg
Silver - Hergie Bacyadan (Philippines)





Men's 48kg
Silver - Minh Duc Vu (Vietnam)


Men's 65kg
Gold - Arnel Mandal (Philippines)
Men's 60kg
Bronze - Francisco Solis (Philippines)



Southeast Asian Shooting Association Championship (SEASA) 2016

The Southeast Asian Shooting Association Championship (SEASA) 2016 featured 252 athletes and coaches from nine countries and territories, including Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Republic of Korea and host Vietnam.

Shooters competed in 18 categories for both men and women.

At the opening ceremony, Vice Secretary General of Vietnam Shooting Federation Nguyen Thi Nhung said the annual SEASA allows shooters to compete and sharpen their skills before the upcoming SEA Games, regional and international tournaments.


The competition is scheduled from November 2 until November 11.

Source: VNA
Senior - Medal Results 
Vietnam: 13 Golds - 10 Silvers - 5 Bronzes
Indonesia: 9 Golds - 4 Silvers - 2 Bronzes
Malaysia: 4 Golds - 6 Silvers

Junior - Medal Results
Vietnam: 10 Golds - 8 Silvers - 3 Bronzes
Thailand: 4 Golds - 6 Silvers - 5 Bronzes
Malaysia: 4 Golds - 2 Bronzes

At the tournament, 31 new Southeast Asian records were made.

Some Results
Women’s 10m Air Pistol
Gold - Le Thi Hoang Ngoc (Vietnam) 197.8 point
Silver - Ismail Wahidah (Malaysia) 197.0 points
Bronze -  Lo Ka Kay (Hong Kong) 153.4 points

Women’s 10m Air Pistol (Team)
Gold - Mohd Siti Masitah, Alia Sazana Azahari, Ismail Wahidah (Malaysia)
Silver - (Vietnam)
Bronze - (Hong Kong)

Women's 10m Running Target Mixed
Gold - Indriani Nouma Try (Indonesia)
Silver - Nguyen Thi Thu Hang (Vietnam)

Men's 10m Air Pistol
Gold -  Hang, Nguyen Thi Le Quyen and Dang Hong Ha (Vietnam)
Silver - Indonesia

Men’s Junior 10m Air Pistol
Gold - Nugraha Kresna Arya (Indonesia)
Silver - Pham Ngoc Huy (Vietnam)
Bronze -Poh Yu Hao (Singapore)

Congratulations to Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines defeating champion Jessie Vargas to claim the World Boxing Organization Welterweight title on Saturday night at Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas. (Photo via The Guardian/Photograph: Isaac Brekken/AP)

Friday, November 4, 2016

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AFC (Asian Football Confederation) Solidarity Cup 2016

Host/Location:  Malaysia
Date: 2nd - 15th November 2016


Southeast Asian Teams competing in this tourney:
Brunei, Laos and Timor Leste


Group A (Bangladesh & Pakistan withdrew)
November 2: Brunei 4-0 Timor Leste (Video Highlights)
November 5: Timor Leste 0-0 Nepal (Video Highlights)
November 8: Brunei vs Nepal
Group B

November 3: Laos 2-1 Sri Lanka (Video Highlights)
November 3: Macau 2-1 Mongolia
November 6: Laos 1-4 Macau (Video Highlights)
November 6: Mongolia 2-0 Sri Lanka
November 9: Sri Lanka vs Macau
November 9: Laos vs Mongolia