Philippines at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games

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Philippines at the
2011 Southeast Asian Games
Flag of the Philippines.svg
IOC code PHI
NOC Philippine Olympic Committee
Website www.olympic.ph (English)
in Jakarta and Palembang
Competitors 512 in 39 sports
Medals
Ranked 6th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
36 56 77 169
Officials 140
Southeast Asian Games appearances (overview)

This year's Philippine contingent at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games consists of 512 athletes and 140 officials[1] which is higher than the proposed contingent. Filipino Athletes will compete in a total of 39 sports events.[2] The games will be held from November 11–22, 2011.

Medals[edit]

According to Philippine Sports Commission Chairman Ritchie Garcia, he expects the country to haul at least 70 Gold Medals. He mentioned boxing, taekwondo, billiards, basketball, softball, baseball, wushu, swimming and athletics as the sports that will harvest sure gold medals in the SEA Games.[3]

Rank Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. Taekwondo 4 3 5 12
2. Boxing 4 1 1 6
3. Billiards & Snooker 3 2 4 9
4. Athletics 2 9 5 16
5. Cycling 2 4 7 13
6. Wushu 2 4 3 9
7. Wrestling 2 3 3 8
8. Bridge 2 2 1 5
9. Softball 2 0 0 2
10. Chess 1 4 3 8
11. Bowling 1 4 1 6
12. Tennis 2 2 3 6
13. Traditional Boat Race 1 2 2 5
14. Equestrian 1 2 0 3
15. Archery 1 2 0 3
16. Rowing 1 1 1 3
17. Basketball 1 1 0 2
18. Judo 1 0 6 7
19. Fencing 1 0 3 4
20. Fin Swimming 1 0 1 2
21. Baseball 1 0 0 1
22. Wall Climbing 1 0 0 1
23. Swimming 0 2 5 7
24. Diving 0 2 1 3
25. Karate 0 1 6 7
26. Soft Tennis 0 1 5 6
27. Pencak Silat 0 1 3 4
28. Weightlifting 0 1 2 3
29. Sailing 0 1 1 2
30. Water Polo 0 1 0 1
31. Water Ski 0 0 2 2
32. Golf 0 0 1 1
33. Sepak Takraw 0 0 1 1
34. Table Tennis 0 0 1 1
Total 36 56 77 169

Medals by date[edit]

Daily: Overall Medals
Day Date Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Total
Day 1 11th 0 0 0 0
Day 2 12th 4 2 5 11
Day 3 13th 1 7 8 16
Day 4 14th 3 7 9 19
Day 5 15th 6 5 5 16
Day 6 16th 1 8 10 19
Day 7 17th 4 5 6 15
Day 8 18th 0 3 7 10
Day 9 19th 4 6 15 25
Day 10 20th 4 7 8 19
Day 11 21st 9 6 4 19
Day 12 22nd 0 0 0 0

Gold Medalists[edit]

Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Ranni Ann Ortega
Francesca Camille Alarilla
Ma. Carla Janice Lagman
Taekwondo Poomsae All Female Team
 Gold John Paul Lizardo Taekwondo Flyweight over 54 kg not exceeding 58 kg – Male
 Gold Kirstie Elaine Alora Taekwondo Heavyweight over 73 kg – Female
 Gold Maria Camille Manalo Taekwondo Lightweight over 57 kg not exceeding 62 kg – Female
 Gold Joise Gabuco Boxing Pinweight 46 kg – Female
 Gold Alice Apariu Kate Boxing Light Flyweight 48 kg – Female
 Gold Charly Suarez Boxing Lightweight 60 kg – Male
 Gold Dennis Galvan Boxing Light Welterweight 64 kg – Male
 Gold Iris Ranola Billiards and snooker 8 Ball Pool Single – Female
 Gold Dennis Orcollo Billiards and snooker 8 Ball Pool Single – Male
 Gold Iris Ranola Billiards and snooker 9 Ball Pool Single – Female
 Gold Marestella Torres Athletics Women's Long Jump
 Gold Rene Herrera Athletics 3000 m Steeplechase – Male
 Gold Alfie Pajo Catalan Cycling Women's Long Jump
 Gold Mier Lohn Renee Cycling 4000 m Individual Pursuit – Male
 Gold Eduard Folayang Wushu 70 kg Sanshou – Male
 Gold Mark Eddiva Wushu 65 kg Sanshou – Male
 Gold Margarito Angana Wrestling 55 kg Greco-Roman – Male
 Gold Jason Balabal Wrestling 84 kg Greco-Roman – Male
 Gold Fransisco Sainz Al
George Sy Soo
Bridge Men's Buttler
 Gold Fransisco Sainz Al
Gemma Mariano
Bridge Mixed Team
 Gold Philippine Softball Team Softball Women's
 Gold Philippine Softball Team Softball Men's
 Gold Frederick Ong Bowling Singles – Male
 Gold Wesley So Chess Individual Blitz – Male
 Gold Earl Benjamin Jaci
Delfin Anthony ADR Dondon
Archery Team compound
 Gold Philippine Team Traditional Boat Race 500 m – Male
 Gold Diego Lorenzo Equestrian Jumping Individual – Male
 Gold Denise Dy
Treat Conrad Huey
Tennis Mixed Doubles
 Gold Benjamin Jr. Permej
Jose Turingan Rodr
Rowing M1X
 Gold Quillotes Nancy Judo Over 40 kg up to 45 kg – Female
 Gold Walbert Mendoza Fencing Sabre Individual – Male
 Gold Ina Flores Wall Climbing Women's Boulder – Female
 Gold Philippine Baseball Team Baseball Men's
 Gold Philippine Basketball Team Basketball Men's
 Gold Danielle Faith Torres Fin Swimming Men's

Results[edit]

The Philippines sweeps the Softball event winning both Men's and Women's Division. Philippine Sinag Team earns their 15th overall medal in the Men's Basketball. On the second day of the competitions, Marestella Torres broke the SEA Games Record she made in the 2009 Southeast Asian Games by registering 6.71 m in the Women's Long Jump.[4]

This is the first time since 2001 wherein Filipino Tankers did not deliver any Gold Medals primarily due to the retirement of Olympian Miguel Molina[5] and absence of other veteran Tankers.

For the second time in the history of the Southeast Asian Games, the Philippines placed in one of its lowest, ranking 6th, with 36 gold medals. The same thing happened in 2007 when the country placed 6th with 41 gold medals.

References[edit]

  1. ^ bets "PSC, private backers to send 512 SEAG" Check |url= value (help). Retrieved November 16, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Flag-raising rites to kick off SEA Games". Retrieved November 16, 2011. 
  3. ^ "PSC still hopeful of the 70 gold target". Retrieved November 16, 2011. 
  4. ^ "Marestella shatters SEAG record and her personal best". Retrieved November 22, 2011. 
  5. ^ "Golden Swim Machine Molina Retires". Retrieved November 22, 2011.