Arnis at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games

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at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
Southeast Asian Games 2005 stamp of the Philippines Arnis.jpg
Logo of arnis at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games on a 2005 stamp of the Philippines
VenueEAC Gymnasium
LocationErmita, Manila
Start dateDecember 1, 2005
End dateDecember 4, 2005
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The arnis tournament at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games was held on December 1, 2005 to December 4, 2005 at the Emilio Aguinaldo College Gymnasium in Ermita, Manila. This is also the same venue as the wushu events. This is the first time since 1991 that the sport was introduced in the SEA Games, although in 1991 it was played as a demonstration sport. Arnis is an indigenous sport that originated from the Philippines. This was the first international multi-sport event where East Timor received its first medal.

There were six gold medals at stake in Forms and Full-Contact events for men and women.

Arnis medal table by country[edit]

  *   Host nation (Philippines)

1 Philippines*3306
3 East Timor0033
4 Cambodia0022
Totals (4 nations)66517

Participating countries[edit]

Country Players in Forms Players in Full Contact Total
 Cambodia 3 0 3
 Philippines 8 2 10
 Timor-Leste 2 2 4
 Vietnam 8 2 10

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Medal summary[edit]

Forms Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Individual Anyo Nguyen Quang Tung
( Vietnam)
Regie Sanchez
( Philippines)
Phann Piset
( Cambodia)
Women's Individual Anyo Nguyen Thi My
( Vietnam)
Mylen Garson
( Philippines)
Francisca Valera
( Timor-Leste
Men's Synchronized Anyo  Philippines

Peter Kevin Celis
Glenn Llamador
Nathan Ben Dominguez


Tran Thanh Tung
Nguyen Thanh Tung
Tran Duc Nghia


Phann Piseth
Lay Rayon
Yeuth Meth

Women's Synchronized Anyo  Philippines

Rochelle Quirol
Catherine Ballenas
Aireen Parong


Nguyen Thi Ha
Vu Thi Thao
Nguyen Thi Loan

No medal winner

Full Contact Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Full Contact
Sparring (-71 kg)
Nguyen Thanh Quyen
( Vietnam)
Renato Tunacao
( Philippines)
Fortunato Soares
( Timor-Leste)
Women's Full Contact
Sparring (-52 kg)
Anna Joy Fernandez
( Philippines)
Le Thi Thanh Huyen
( Vietnam)
Elisabeth Yanti Almeda Dois Reis
( Timor-Leste)

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