Philippines at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games

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Philippines at the
2007 Southeast Asian Games
Flag of the Philippines.svg
IOC code PHI
NOC Philippine Olympic Committee
Website www.olympic.ph (in English)
in Nakhon Ratchasima
Competitors 620
Flag bearer John Baylon (Judo)
Medals
Ranked 6th
Gold
41
Silver
91
Bronze
96
Total
228
Southeast Asian Games appearances (overview)

The Philippines had participated in the 2007 Southeast Asian Games[1] was held in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima from December 6, 2007 to December 16, 2007.[2] The country has a delegation of 620 athletes, who participated in 41 different events.[3]

The delegation was placed 6th overall, the lowest windup of the country in the history of SEA Games since its entry in 1977. However, 4-time swimming gold medallist Miguel Molina was named the Most Valuable Male Player of the 2007 SEA Games, the third Filipino (and also the third Filipino swimmer) to bag the major award for outstanding SEA Games performance after Akiko Thomson in 1989 Kuala Lumpur Games and Eric Buhain in the 1991 Manila Games.

Medalists[edit]

Gold[edit]

  • Men's Downhill- Joey Barba
  • Men's lightweight single sculls: Benjamin Tolentino Jr.[6]

Silver[edit]

Bronze[edit]

Other results[edit]

Events are arranged chronologically; sports are arranged alphabetically. Events that won medals are excluded. For events currently ongoing in which the Philippines is not yet eliminated, see ongoing, below.

Shooting[edit]

  • Women's 25M Pistol (individual)
    • 14th – Susan Aguado
  • Women's 50M Rifle Prone (individual)
    • 9th – Nicoli Medina
  • Men's 10M Air Pistol (individual)
    • 12th – Carolino Gonzales
  • Men's 10M Air Rifle (team)
    • 4th – Philippines (Emerito Concepcion, Daryl Sandoval, Alfonso Hermoso)
  • Men's 50M Air Pistol (individual)
    • 14th – Carolino Gonzales
  • Men's 25M Standard Pistol (individual)
    • 5th – Tac Padilla
    • 13th – Robert Donalvo
    • 14th – Carolino Gonzales
  • Men's 25M Standard Pistol (team)
    • 4th – Philippines (Nathaniel Padilla, Robert Donalvo, Carolino Gonzales)
  • Women's 10m Air Pistol (Individual)
    • 12th – Susan Agualdo
  • Men's 50M Rifle Prone (team)
    • 6th – Philippines (Eddie Tomas, Edwin Fernandez, Rocky Pardilla)
  • Men's 50M Rifle Prone (individual)
    • 13th – Eddie Tomas
    • 15th – Edwin Fernandez
    • 18th – Rocky Pardilla
  • Men's 25M Rapid Prone (individual)
    • 12th – Tac Padilla
    • 13th – Robert Donalvo
  • Men's 25M Center Fire Pistol (team)
    • 4th – Philippines (Nathaniel Padilla, Robert Donalvo, Carolino Gonzales)
  • Men's 25M Center Fire Pistol (individual)
    • 7th – Tac Padilla
    • 13th – Carolino Gonzales
    • 14th – Roberto Donalvo
  • Men's 50M Rifle 3 position (individual)
    • 9th – Rocky Pardill
    • 10th – Edwin Fernandez
    • 12th – Eddie Tomas
  • Men's 50M Rifle 3 position (team)
    • 4th – Philippines (Rocky Pardilla, Edwin Fernandez, Eddie Tomas)
  • Men's Skeet (individual)
    • Tied-5th – Paul Brian Rosario
    • 7th – Patricio Bernardo
    • 8th – Gabriel Tong

Table tennis[edit]

  • Women's team:
    • Indonesia Indonesia def. Philippines Philippines, 3-1
      • Ceria Nilasari (INA) def Andrea Balatbat (PHI) 3-1
      • Crisanta Abas (PHI) def Christine Ferliana (INA) 3-1
      • Nuni Sugiani (INA) def Ian Lariba (PHI) 3-0
      • Christine Ferliana (INA) def Andrea Balatbat (PHI) 3-0
    • Vietnam Vietnam def. Philippines Philippines, 3-0
      • Mai Hoang my Thrang (VIE) def Crisanta Abas (PHI) 3-0
      • Mai Xuan Hang (VIE) def Andrea Balatbat (PHI) 3-0
      • Luong Thi Tam (VIE) def Ian Lariba (PHI) 3-0
    • Thailand Thailand def. Philippines Philippines, 3-0
      • Nanthana Komwong (THA) def Andrea Balatbat (PHI) 3-0
      • Anisara Munagsuk (THA) def Crisanta Abas (PHI) 3-0
      • Priyakan Triampo (THA) def Ian Lariba (PHI) 3-1
  • Men's team
    • Philippines Philippines def. Cambodia Cambodia, 3-0
      • Richard Gonzales (PHI) def Boroath Sam (CAM) 3-0
      • Julius Esposo (PHI) def Sovathanak Hout (CAM) 3-0
      • Henberd Ortalla (PHI) def Roathana Sun (CAM) 3-0
    • Singapore Singapore def. Philippines Philippines, 3-0
      • Gao Ning (SIN) def Henberd Ortalla (PHI) 3-0
      • Yang Zi (SIN) def Richard Gonzales (PHI) 3-1
      • Cai Xiaoli (SIN) def Rodel Ireneo Valle (PHI) 3-0
    • Thailand Thailand def. Philippines Philippines, 3-0
      • Phakpoom Sanguansin (THA) def Richard Gonzales (PHI) 3-0
      • Phuchong Sanguansin (THA) def Henberd Ortalla (PHI) 3-1
      • Chaisit Chaitat (THA) def Julius Esposo (PHI) 3-1

Ongoing[edit]

These events are either currently ongoing or to be held, no medals are awarded yet and the Philippines is still in contention:

Men's Basketball[edit]

Results[edit]

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD
 Philippines 8 4 0 413 244 +169
 Indonesia 7 3 1 284 252 +32
 Malaysia 6 2 2 288 315 -27
 Thailand 5 1 3 244 282 -38
 Cambodia 4 0 4 262 398 -136

Women's Basketball[edit]

Results[edit]

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD
 Malaysia 6 3 0 195 159 +36
 Thailand 5 2 1 210 162 +48
 Philippines 4 1 2 177 199 -22
 Singapore 3 0 3 145 207 -62

Football (soccer)[edit]

References[edit]