Philippines at the 2006 Asian Games

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Philippines at the
2006 Asian Games
Flag of the Philippines.svg
IOC code PHI
NOC Philippine Olympic Committee
Website www.olympic.ph (English)
in Doha
Competitors 233
Medals
Ranked 18th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
4 6 9 19
Asian Games appearances (overview)

The Philippines participated in the 2006 Asian Games held in Doha, Qatar; for the 15th straight time in the same number of stagings of the Games. The country did not participate in Men's and Women's Basketball for the first time due to the continuing suspension by International Basketball Federation (Fédération Internationale de Basketball or FIBA).[1]

The country was represented by 233 athletes participating in 31 sports, including boxing, cue sports, and taekwondo which brought the most medals to the country.

Medal performance[edit]

Participation details[edit]

Baseball[edit]

The 2005 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) gold medallists and Southeast Asian powerhouse competed in the Baseball competitions of this edition of the Asian Games, and went up against World Baseball Classic (WBC) champions Japan, Korea, China, Chinese Taipei, and Thailand.

The country finished last in the field after an upset by neighbor Thailand in their last match, 1-8.

Standings[edit]

Rank W L Pct. RS RA DI RA/9DI
6 Philippines Philippines 0 5 .000 9 67 31.1 19.25

Results[edit]

  • Match 2: vs Japan Japan (JPN)
Game time: November 29 13:30 (UTC+3)
Venue: Al-Rayyan Sports Club
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Japan Japan 8 1 1 7 0 × × × × 17 13 0
Philippines Philippines 0 0 0 2 0 × × × × 2 3 1
WP: ISHIGURO Takuya (1-0)   LP: LABRADOR Charlie (0-1)


Note: Completed early due to Run Difference Rule (RDR)
Home runs:
JPN: SUZUKI Kenji
PHI: 0

  • Match 4: vs China China (CHN)
Game time: November 30 13:30 (UTC+3)
Venue: Al-Rayyan Sports Club
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
China China 0 4 3 2 6 0 0 × × 15 17 1
Philippines Philippines 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 × × 4 8 2
WP: Zhang Wanjun (1-0)   LP: BINARAO Ernesto (0-1)


Note: Completed early due to Run Difference Rule (RDR)
Home runs:
CHN: WANG Wei
PHI: 0

  • Match 7: vs South Korea Korea Republic (KOR)
Game time: December 3 09:00(UTC+3)
Venue: Al-Rayyan Sports Club
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Philippines Philippines 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 × × 2 2 0
South Korea Korea Republic 3 4 2 2 0 0 1 × × 12 12 1
WP: JANG Won Sam (1-0)   LP: DELA CALZADA Darwin (0-1)


Note: Completed early due to Run Difference Rule (RDR)
Home runs:
PHI: 0
KOR: CHO Dong Chan, LEE Dae Ho, LEE Jin Young

  • Match 12: vs Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Game time: December 5 13:30(UTC+3)
Venue: Al-Rayyan Sports Club
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Philippines Philippines 0 0 0 0 0 × × × × 0 4 2
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 7 1 0 5 2 × × × × 15 17 1
WP: LIN Ko Chien (1-0)   LP: LABRADOR Charlie (0-2)


Note: Completed early due to Run Difference Rule (RDR)
Home runs:
PHI: 0
TPE: CHEN Yung Chi, LIN Chih Sheng

  • Match 13: vs Thailand Thailand (THA)
Game time: December 6 09:00 (UTC+3)
Venue: Al-Rayyan Sports Club
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Thailand Thailand 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 7 8 11 2
Philippines Philippines 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 8 1
WP: HEEBTHONG Krissada (1-2)   LP: DELA CALZADA Darwin (0-2)
Home runs:
THA: 0
PHI: 0

Boxing[edit]

Seven amateur boxers compete for 11 gold medals at stake in this edition of the Asiad. Two out of the eight boxers are gold medal winners in the last 2005 SEA Games. Four boxers qualified for the semifinals and two boxers reached the final bouts slated on the 13th of December.

Standings[edit]

Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
3 Philippines Philippines 2 0 2 4

Bout details[edit]

Quarterfinal bouts
December 7, 2006
Weight division Corner-Name (NOC) Winner Points Time/Decision
Flyweight RED Philippines Violito Payla (PHI)
BLUE India Jitender Kumar (IND)
RED 27:7 PTS
Featherweight RED Philippines Anthony Marcial (PHI)
BLUE Kazakhstan Galib Jafarov (KAZ)
BLUE 12:27 PTS
December 8, 2006
Light Flyweight RED Philippines Godfrey Castro (PHI)
BLUE Saudi ArabiaAli Saad Al Ahmry (KSA)
RED 25:5 RSCOS-R2
Bantamweight BLUE PhilippinesJoan Tipon (PHI)
RED North KoreaWon Guk Kim (PRK)
BLUE 22:15 PTS
December 9, 2006
Lightweight RED Philippines Genebert Basadre (PHI)
BLUE Turkmenistan Serdar Hudayberdiyev (TKM)
RED 24:4 RSCOS-R3
Semifinals
December 10, 2006
Flyweight BLUE Philippines Violito Payla (PHI)
RED China Bo Yang (CHN)
BLUE 40:20 RSCOS-R3
December 11, 2006
Light Flyweight RED Philippines Godfrey Castro (PHI)
BLUE Thailand Suban Pannon (THA)
BLUE 20:40 RSCOS-R3
Bantamweight BLUE Philippines Joan Tipon (PHI)
RED Thailand Worapoj Petchkoom (THA)
BLUE +13:13 PTS
Lightweight BLUE Philippines Genebert Basadre (PHI)
RED China Hu Qing (CHN)
RED 29:18 PTS
Finals
December 12, 2006
Flyweight BLUE Philippines Violito Payla (PHI)
RED Thailand Somjit Jongjohor (THA)
BLUE 31:15 PTS
December 13, 2006
Bantamweight RED Philippines Joan Tipon (PHI)
BLUE South Korea Han Soon Chul (KOR)
RED 21:10 PTS

Legend:
PTS - Points, RSCOS - Referee Stop Contest Outscored, R - Round

Gymnastics Artistic[edit]

The country was represented by a lone male gymnast, Roel Ramirez. He qualified for the Finals of Men's Vault Event, and finished sixth in the field.

Results[edit]

Qualified for the Finals Finals
Event Score Rank Remarks
Team Final and Individual Qualification - PHI 78.100 20 Team
Team Final and Individual Qualification 78.2 33 All-around
Team Final and Individual Qualification - Floor 14.250 23 Individual
Men's Team Final and Individual Qualification - Horizontal Bar 12.600 50 Individual
Team Final and Individual Qualification - Parallel Bars 11.250 67 Individual
Team Final and Individual Qualification - Rings 10.750 64 Individual
Team Final and Individual Qualification - Vault 15.750 6 Individual
Team Final and Individual Qualification - Pommel Horse 13.600 35 Individual
Men's Vault Final - Vault 15.700 6 Individual

Sepaktakraw[edit]

As released by the DAGOC at the same date at the Games website, the Philippines will be joined by Southeast Asian neighbors Indonesia and Malaysia in Group C in Men's Regu, and Thailand, Myanmar, and Japan in Group A in Women's Regu. The nation competes also with Thailand and Indonesia in Group A of Men's Doubles, and Thailand, Vietnam, and China in Women's Doubles.

Swimming[edit]

Ten swimmers represented the country in the competitions in this edition of the Games.

Entry List[edit]

Results[edit]

Qualified for Finals Finals
December 2, 2006
Event No. Event Phase Rank Lane Swimmer Time
1 Women's 200m Free Heat 1 5 2 GANDIONCO Maria Giorgina 2:09:72
Heat 2 5 3 TOTTEN Erica 2:08:83
2 Men's 400m IM Heat 1 2 4 MOLINA Miguel 4:28.99
Finals 4 6 MOLINA Miguel 4:28.44
3 Women's 100m Fly Heat 1 5 2 TOTTEN Erica 1:08.04
4 Women's 50m Breast Heat 2 5 2 CORDERO Denjylie 36.02
5 Men's 200m Fly Heat 1 4 6 WALSH James 2:01.94
Finals 8 7 WALSH James 2:01.95
December 3, 2006
Event No. Event Phase Rank Lane Swimmer Time
7 Men's 100m Fly Heat 2 6 7 DEE Ernest Lorenzo 57.18
Heat 4 5 7 WALSH James 55.91
9 Men's 200m Free Heat 3 4 3 MOLINA Miguel 1:54.62
Heat 4 8 8 UY Kendrick 2:04.80
11 Men's 50m Breast Heat 3 3 8 MOLINA Miguel 29.44
Heat 4 6 7 BORDADO Gerard 30.15
December 4, 2006
Event No. Event Phase Rank Lane Swimmer/s Time
14 Men's 50m Free Heat 3 5 2 COAKLEY Daniel 23.98
Heat 4 8 1 UY Kendrick 24.54
15 Women's 400m Free Heat 3 4 3 TOTTEN Erica 4:27:98
5 2 GANDIONCO, Maria Giorgina 4:28:68
16 Men's 100m Breast Heat 5 6 7 BORDADO Gerard 1:05.47
17 Women's 200m Fly Heat 1 4 2 GANDIONCO, Maria Giorgina 2:22.70
Heat 2 6 2 TOTTEN Erica 2:24.89
19 Men's 4 × 200 m
Free Relay
Heat 1 4 4 MOLINA Miguel
DEE Ernest Lorenzo
WALSH James
ARABEJO Ryan Paolo
7:44.98
Finals 6 7 MOLINA Miguel
ARABEJO Ryan Paolo
DEE Ernest Lorenzo
WALSH James
7:44.93
December 5, 2006
Event No. Event Phase Rank Lane Swimmer/s Time
20 Men's 50m Fly Heat 2 2 2 DEE Ernest Lorenzo 26.13
Heat 5 5 1 WALSH James 26.02
21 Women's 100m Breast Heat 1 5 2 CORDERO Denjylie 1:17.33
22 Men's 400m Free Heat 3 5 2 ARABEJO, Ryan Paolo 4:05.60
23 Women's 50m Free Heat 4 7 1 TOTTEN Erica 27.91
24 Men's 100m Back Heat 4 7 7 ARABEJO, Ryan Paolo 1:01.57
26 Men's 4 × 100 m
Free Relay
Heat 2 4 3 UY Kendrick
COAKLEY Daniel
WALSH James
MOLINA Miguel
3:31.91
Finals 6 2 MOLINA Miguel
COAKLEY Daniel
WALSH James
UY Kendrick
3:31.00
December 6, 2006
Event No. Event Phase Rank Lane Swimmer/s Time
27 Women's 100m Free Heat 2 5 7 TOTTEN Erica 59.44
28 Men's 100m Free Heat 5 5 7 UY Kendrick 52.83
29 Women's 200m Breast Heat 1 6 7 CORDERO Denjylie 2:41.41
30 Men's 200m IM Heat 3 3 3 MOLINA Miguel 2:08.18
Finals 5 7 MOLINA Miguel 2:05.18
32 Women's 800m Free Finals 2 3 6 GANDIONCO Maria Giorgina 9:14.80

Taekwondo[edit]

Twelve taekwondo jins represented the country in the competitions for this edition of the Asiad. The team accumulated five medals: two silvers and three bronzes, marking the best showing of the country (so far) in the sport in this quadrennial event.

Standings[edit]

Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
9 Philippines Philippines 0 2 3 5

Withdrawn events[edit]

  • Softball: The 2005 SEA Games gold medallists and Southeast Asian powerhouse was reported to participate in the Games, however current revisions on the schedule reflect otherwise.[2]
  • Water Polo: As released by the Doha Asian Games Organizing Committee (DAGOC) last September 7, 2006 at the Games website, the 2005 SEA Games silver medallists was supposed to compete in this sport, however, the country was not able to send a team due to priority given to the baseball team, as the lone team sport contingent to the Games. The supposed-to-be opponents of the team in Group A will be awarded automatic wins (with a score of 5-0).[3]

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