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Aquatics at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games

The aquatics events at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games included swimming, diving and water polo disciplines. All events were held in Trace College Aquatics Centre, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines

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SwimmingEdit

Swimming
at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
Venue Trace Aquatics Centre
Location Los Baños, Laguna
Start date November 29, 2005
End date December 3, 2005

The Swimming competition was held 29 November to 4 December, and featured 32 events.

ResultsEdit

Men's events
Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle   Arwut Chinnapasaen 22.98   Richard Sam Bera 23.36   Leslie Kwok 23.58
100 m freestyle   Richard Sam Bera 51.94   Daniel Bego 52.35   Tay Zhirong Bryan 52.38
200 m freestyle   Daniel Bego 1:52.67   Miguel Molina 1:52.83   Tay Zhirong Bryan 1:54.39
400 m freestyle   Lee Jiann Yow Lionel 4:00.51   Muhammad Akbar Nasution 4:00.57   Charnvudth Saengsri 4:02.36
1500 m freestyle   Miguel Mendoza 15:47.46   Charnvudth Saengsri 15:55.42   Ryan Arabejo 16:09.88
100 m backstroke   Alex Lim 56.97   Chay Jung Jun Mark 58.49   Suriya Suksuphak 58.76
200 m backstroke   Alex Lim 2:03.48   Tan Lee Yu Gary 2:07.26   Cheah Mingzhe Marcus 2:08.50
100 m breaststroke   Nguyen Huu Viet 1:03.80   Vorrawuti Aumpiwan 1:04.01   Raphael Matthew Chua 1:04.35
200 m breaststroke   Miguel Molina 2:16.88   Vorrawuti Aumpiwan 2:17.56   Herry Yudhianto 2:21.92
100 m butterfly   Daniel Bego 55.84   Donny Utomo 56.17   Alex Lim 56.26
200 m butterfly   Donny Utomo 2:02.44   James Walsh 2:03.23   Tan Lee Yu Gary 2:04.82
200 m individual medley   Miguel Molina 2:03.80   Matjiur Radomyos 2:07.12   Tan Lee Yu Gary 2:08.01
400 m individual medley   Miguel Molina 4:26.21   Muhammad Akbar Nasution 4:27.90   Lee Jiann Yow Lionel 4:32.58
4×100 m freestyle relay   Singapore
Chay Jung Jun Mark
Su Shirong Jeffrey
Tan Lee Yu Gary
Tay Zhi Rong Bryan
3:27.56   Indonesia
Albert Sutanto
Felix Sutanto
Richard Sam Bera
Muhammad Akbar Nasution
3:29.46   Thailand
Radomyos Matjiur
Kunanon Kitipute
Keerati Oungsuthipornchai
Suriya Suksuphak
3:31.12
4×200 m freestyle relay   Singapore
Chay Jung Jun Mark
Cheah Mingzhe Marcus
Tan Lee Yu Gary
Tay Zhi Rong Bryan
7:35.85   Thailand
Kunanon Kitipute
Thanaporn Panachart
Sakesan Sunsermsuk
Charnvudth Saengsri
7:42.22   Indonesia
Albert Sutanto
Felix Sutanto
Richard Sam Bera
Muhammad Akbar Nasution
7:43.56
4×100 m medley relay   Indonesia
Felix Sutanto
Albert Sutanto
Herry Yudhianto
Richard Sam Bera
3:51.51   Thailand
Suriya Suksuphak
Vorrawuti Aumpiwan
Peerapon Wiriyapragob
Keerati Oungsuthipornchai
3:52.16   Philippines
Evan Raphael Grabador
Raphael Matthew Chua
James Walsh
Miguel Molina
3:52.70
Women's events
Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle   Joscelin Yeo 26.13   Ho Shu Yong 26.61   Aung Moe Thu 26.66
100 m freestyle   Joscelin Yeo 56.41   Jiratida Phinyosophon 57.74   Aung Moe Thu 58.05
200 m freestyle   Jiratida Phinyosophon 2:04.38   Erica Totten 2:04.76   Aung Moe Thu 2:05.43
400 m freestyle   Pilin Tachakittiranan 4:23.19   Ong Ming Xiu 4:23.76   Quah Ting Wen 4:24.73
800 m freestyle   Magdalena Sutanto 8:59.13   Quah Ting Wen 9:02.20   Nimitta Thaveesupsoonthorn 9:03.34
100 m backstroke   Tao Li 1:03.83   Chui Lai Kwan 1:05.27   Chonlathorn Vorathamrong 1:06.56
200 m backstroke   Tao Li 2:17.55   Chonlathorn Vorathamrong 2:18.66   Yuliana Malinda 2:23.17
100 m breaststroke   Joscelin Yeo 1:11.74   Nicolette Teo 1:11.80   Jaclyn Pangilinan 1:12.73
200 m breaststroke   Nicolette Teo 2:34.56   Jaclyn Pangilinan 2:35.58   Jariyawadee Narongrit 2:38.31
100 m butterfly   Joscelin Yeo 59.91   Aung Moe Thu 1:00.87   Tao Li 1:01.53
200 m butterfly   Tao Li 2:14.11   Natnapa Prommuenwai 2:17.29   Bernardette Lee 2:18.81
200 m individual medley   Joscelin Yeo 2:19.23   Nicolette Teo 2:22.86   Nimitta Thaveesupsoonthorn 2:24.38
400 m individual medley   Nimitta Thaveesupsoonthorn 4:57.92   Bernardette Lee 5:00.27   Quah Ting Wen 5:01.57
4×100 m freestyle relay   Thailand
Nathanan Junkrajang
Piyaporn Tantiniti
Pannika Prachgosin
Jiratida Phinyosophon
3:52.70   Singapore
Ho Shu Yong
Joscelin Yeo
Ruth Ho
Lynette Ng
3:55.53   Philippines
Lizza Danila
Ong Heidi Gem
Bianca Uy
Erica Totten
4:00.22
4×200 m freestyle relay   Thailand
Natthanan Junkrajang
Wenika Kaewchaiwong
Jiratida Phinyosophon
Pilin Tachakittiranan
8:24.38   Singapore
Ho Shu Yong
Mylene Ong
Quah Ting Wen
Joscelin Yeo
8:34.75   Philippines
Marichi Gandionco
Chrizel Lagunday
Nichole Santiago
Erica Totten
8:38.38
4×100 m medley relay   Singapore
Ho Shu Yong
Tao Li
Nicolette Teo
Joscelin Yeo
4:14.49   Philippines
Lizza Danila
Jaclyn Pangilinan
Erica Totten
Heidi Gem Ong
4:20.34   Thailand
Jiratida Phinyosophon
Pannika Prachgosin
Piyaporn Tantiniti
Nathanan Junkrajang
4:21.39
Medal standings
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   Singapore 13 9 11 33
2   Thailand 6 7 8 21
3   Philippines 4 4 5 13
4   Malaysia 4 3 1 8
5   Indonesia 2 5 3 10
6   Vietnam 1 0 0 1
7   Myanmar 0 1 3 4


DivingEdit

Diving
at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
Venue Trace Aquatics Centre
Location Los Baños, Laguna
Start date November 27, 2005
End date November 30, 2005


The diving events at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games took place in the Trace College Aquatic Centre in Los Baños, Laguna. It was held from November 27 to 30.

Eight gold medals were contested in four disciplines.

Medal winnersEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 1 m Springboard   Yeoh Ken Nee 387.99   Suchart Pichi 362.25   Zardo Domenios 340.17
Men's 3 m Springboard   Yeoh Ken Nee 676.41   Suchart Pichi 658.92   Zardo Domenios 635.64
Men's 10 m Platform   Bryan Nickson Lomas 580.20   Rexel Ryan Fabriga 566.61   Seerapat Pisamsee 585.87
Men's 3 m
Synchronized Springboard
  Zardo Domenios
Niño Carog
299.40   Yeoh Ken Nee
Rossharisham Roslan
283.50   Meerit Insawang
Suchart Pichi
276.73
Men's 10 m
Synchronized Platform
  Kevin Kromwel Kong
Rexel Ryan Fabriga
300.78   Bryan Nickson Lomas
James Sandayud
299.94   Sareerapart Pimsamsee
Suchart Pichi
272.70
Women's 1 m Springboard   Shiela Mae Perez 267.66   Leong Mun Yee 266.34   S. Ambarwati 229.74
Women's 3 m Springboard   Shiela Mae Perez 212.55   Leong Mun Yee 198.99   Supapan Prasertkuan 194.88
Women's 10 m Platform   Leong Mun Yee 472.86   S. Ratna Ina 466.89   Cheong Jun Hoong 440.43
Women's 3 m
Synchronized Springboard
  Sheila Mae Perez
Ceseil Domenios
260.16   S. Tommaoros
Supapan Prasertkwan
239.40   Cheong Jun Hoong
Leong Mun Yee
238.11
Women's 10 m
Synchronized Platform
  Leong Mun Yee
Cheong Jun Hoong
258.99   Hoang Thanh Tra
Nguyen Hoai Anh
223.68   S. Tommaoros
N. Chantrakulcholt
214.20

Water poloEdit

Water Polo
at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
Venue Trace Aquatics Centre
Location Los Baños, Laguna
Start date November 21, 2005
End date November 26, 2005

The Water polo events were held from 21 November to 26 November 2005 at the Trace College, Los Baños, Laguna. Six teams were in competition in a round-robin format, with defending champion Singapore looking towards retaining its crown won 20 times consecutively since 1965. The team's win over Thailand on the fourth day of the tournament effectively meant it has worn the gold medal regardless of the score in its final match against Vietnam. The Philippines team managed to take the silver medal, equaling its best showing in the 1993 Southeast Asian Games.

Medal winnersEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Water polo   Singapore
David Wee
Ho Khai Weng
Kenneth Wee
Lee Kok Wang Alvin
Lee Sai Meng
Luo Nan
Mallal Garret Charles
Ng Eu Liem Marcus
Ng Ker Wei
Ronald Lam
Tan Chin Tiong
Tan Wei Keong Terence
Yip Ren Kai
  Philippines
Alan Cesar Payawal
Sherwin Dela Paz
Michael Jorolan
Ricardo Dilap Dilap
Norton Alamara
Almax Laurel
Frazier Alamara
Teodoro Roy Cañete
Ali Alamara
Dale Evangelista
Danny Dela Torre
Monsuito Pelenio
Tani Gomez
  Malaysia
Loo Jih Sheng
Albert Yeap Jin Teik
Danny Ng Chin Han
Teo Peng Jiew
Wong Khar Munn
Wong Khar Leon
Jimmy Shim Wai Chong
Lim How Jit
Kee Zhen Hao
Madhusudhan Varavindhakshan
Abdul Hafiz Salleh
Lai Cheng Loke
Kee Dow Liang

Round-robinEdit

Standings

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1.   Singapore 5 5 0 0 71 23 10
2.   Philippines 5 4 0 1 52 24 8
3.   Malaysia 5 2 0 3 24 46 4
4.   Indonesia 5 1 1 3 40 53 3
5.   Thailand 5 1 1 3 21 39 3
6.   Vietnam 5 1 0 4 32 55 2

Results

21 November 2005
Philippines 15 – 10 Indonesia
Thailand 7 – 5 Vietnam
Singapore 21 – 3 Malaysia
22 November 2005
Indonesia 12 – 13 Vietnam
Malaysia 7 – 4 Thailand
Philippines 6 – 7 Singapore
23 November 2005
Vietnam 7 – 8 Malaysia
Singapore 16 – 7 Indonesia
Thailand 2 – 10 Philippines
24 November 2005
Indonesia 6 – 4 Malaysia
Philippines 13 – 3 Vietnam
Singapore 12 – 3 Thailand
25 November 2005
Thailand 5 – 5 Indonesia
Vietnam 4 – 15 Singapore
Philippines 8 – 2 Malaysia

Games RecordsEdit

(previous record of 23.03 was set in ? by Richard Sambera)
(previous record of 7:38:82 was set in 2001 by Singapore's relay team)
(previous record of 26.23 was set in ? by ?)
(previous record of ? was set in ? by ?)
(previous record of 1:00.44 was set in 1999 by Joscelin Yeo)
(previous record of ? was set in 1999 by Joscelin Yeo)
(previous record of 4:19.23 was set in 1997 by Indonesia's relay team)


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