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Aquatics at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games

The aquatics events at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games included swimming, diving and water polo. The events were held at the Aquatic Center, His Majesty the King's 80th Birthday Anniversary Stadium, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.

Contents

SwimmingEdit

The Swimming competition was held from 7 to 11 December and featured 32 events.

Participating nationsEdit

9 countries competed (team size is number behind country):

Note: There was no participation from Brunei Darussalam and Timor Leste.

Medal tallyEdit

  *   Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   Singapore (SIN) 11 9 6 26
2   Philippines (PHI) 8 3 7 18
3   Malaysia (MAS) 7 8 8 23
4   Thailand (THA) * 5 7 8 20
5   Vietnam (VIE) 1 0 1 2
6   Indonesia (INA) 0 5 2 7
Total 32 32 32 96

MedalistsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Daniel Coakley
  Philippines
22.80 Arwut Chinnapasaen
  Thailand
23.24 Russell Ong
  Singapore
23.51
100 m freestyle Bryan Tay Zhi Rong
  Singapore
51.23 Daniel Bego
  Malaysia
51.53 Kendrick Uy
  Philippines
52.16
200 m freestyle Daniel Bego
  Malaysia
1:52.32 Bryan Tay Zhi Rong
  Singapore
1:52.98 Miguel Molina
  Philippines
1:53.59
400 m freestyle Tharnawat Thanakornworakiart
  Thailand
3:59.08 Marcus Cheah Ming Zhe
  Singapore
3:59.61 Ryan Arabejo
  Philippines
3:59.81
1500 m freestyle Ryan Arabejo
  Philippines
15:53.16 Tharnawat Thanakornworakiart
  Thailand
15:58.92 Marcus Cheah Ming Zhe
  Singapore
16:07.99
100 m backstroke Zach Ong
  Singapore
59.46 Glenn Victor Sutanto
  Indonesia
59.56 Do Huy Long
  Vietnam
59.60
200 m backstroke Ryan Arabejo
  Philippines
2:05.82 Zach Ong
  Singapore
2:08.17 Marcus Cheah Ming Zhe
  Singapore
2:09.32
100 m breaststroke Nguyen Huu Viet
  Vietnam
1:03.73 Worawut Ampaiwan
  Thailand
1:03.95 Radomyos Matjiur
  Thailand
1:04.66
200 m breaststroke Miguel Molina
  Philippines
2:18.11 Billy Arfianto
  Indonesia
2:20.87 Worawut Ampaiwan
  Thailand
2:21.32
100 m butterfly Daniel Bego
  Malaysia
54.33 James Walsh
  Philippines
55.47 Andy Wibowo
  Indonesia
55.59
200 m butterfly James Walsh
  Philippines
2:00.45 Donny Utomo
  Indonesia
2:00.81 Daniel Bego
  Malaysia
2:03.97
200 m individual medley Miguel Molina
  Philippines
2:05.50 Radomyos Matjiur
  Thailand
2:09.12 Muhammad Akbar Nasution
  Indonesia
2:09.25
400 m individual medley Miguel Molina
  Philippines
4:28.85 Muhammad Akbar Nasution
  Indonesia
4:28.91 Lim Zhi Cong
  Singapore
4:40.42
4 × 100 m freestyle relay   Singapore (SIN)
Russell Ong
Jeffrey Shu Shi Rong
Nicholas Tan Xue Wei
Bryan Tay Zhi Rong
3:26.70   Philippines (PHI)
Daniel Coakley
James Walsh
Kendrick Uy
Miguel Molina
3:27.70   Thailand (THA)
Kunanon Kittipute
Radomyos Matjiur
Thanyanant Phadungkiatwatana
Suriya Suksuphak
3:32.59
4 × 200 m freestyle relay   Singapore (SIN)
Marcus Cheah Ming Zhe
Joshua Lim Wen Hao
Bryan Tay Zhi Rong
Thum Bing Ming
7:38.62   Thailand (THA)
Kunanon Kittipute
Radomyos Matjiur
Thanyanant Phadungkiatwatana
Tharnawat Thanakornworakiart
7:43.26   Malaysia (MAS)
Eric Chang
Daniel Bego
Kevin Lim
Kevin Yeap Soon Choy
7:43.28
4 × 100 m medley relay   Philippines (PHI)
Daniel Coakley
James Walsh
Miguel Molina
Ryan Arabejo
3:49.28   Indonesia (INA)
Andy Wibowo
Glenn Victor Sutanto
Herry Yudhianto
Richard Sam Bera
3:51.72   Singapore (SIN)
Zach Ong
Jeffrey Shu Shi Rong
Leonard Tan Jin
Bryan Tay Zhi Rong
3:52.14

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Chui Lai Kwan
  Malaysia
26.63 Leung Chii Lin
  Malaysia
26.79 Natnapa Prommuenwai
  Thailand
26.80
100 m freestyle Natthanan Junkrajang
  Thailand
57.55 Quah Ting Wen
  Singapore
58.14 Jiratida Phinyosophon
  Thailand
58.45
200 m freestyle Natthanan Junkrajang
  Thailand
2:03.00 Quah Ting Wen
  Singapore
2:03.55 Erica Totten
  Philippines
2:05.75
400 m freestyle Khoo Cai Lin
  Malaysia
4:18.20 Natthanan Junkrajang
  Thailand
4:20.01 Rutai Santadvatana
  Thailand
4:22.55
800 m freestyle Khoo Cai Lin
  Malaysia
8:47.80 Lynette Lim Shu-En
  Singapore
8:56.19 Lew Yih Wey
  Malaysia
9:00.43
100 m backstroke Tao Li
  Singapore
1:04.05 Shana Lim Jia Yi
  Singapore
1:04.74 Chai Sook Fun
  Malaysia
1:06.03
200 m backstroke Lew Yih Wey
  Malaysia
2:17.39 Nimitta Thaveesupsoonthorn
  Thailand
2:20.84 Shana Lim Jia Yi
  Singapore
2:21.43
100 m breaststroke Nicolette Teo Wei-min
  Singapore
1:10.15 Siow Yi Ting
  Malaysia
1:12.65 Jaclyn Pangilinan
  Philippines
1:13.57
200 m breaststroke Nicolette Teo Wei-min
  Singapore
2:31.96 Siow Yi Ting
  Malaysia
2:32.55 Jaclyn Pangilinan
  Philippines
2:39.16
100 m butterfly Tao Li
  Singapore
1:00.33 Louisa Los Santos
  Malaysia
1:02.08 Marellyn Liew
  Malaysia
1:02.25
200 m butterfly Tao Li
  Singapore
2:15.63 Erica Totten
  Philippines
2:16.79 Hii Siew Siew
  Malaysia
2:20.71
200 m individual medley Siow Yi Ting
  Malaysia
2:18.52 Tao Li
  Singapore
2:20.80 Nimitta Thaveesupsoonthorn
  Thailand
2:21.22
400 m individual medley Quah Ting Wen
  Singapore
4:53.90 Siow Yi Ting
  Malaysia
4:54.11 Lew Yih Wey
  Malaysia
4:55.86
4 × 100 m freestyle relay   Thailand (THA)
Natthanan Junkrajang
Pannika Prachgosin
Jiratida Yosophon
Pilin Tachakittiranan
3:51.86   Malaysia (MAS)
Heidi Gan
Khoo Cai Lin
Leung Chii Lin
Siow Yi Ting
3:54.91   Philippines (PHI)
Erica Totten
Maria Georgina Gandionco
Jaclyn Pangilinan
Nicole Santiago
4:01.72
4 × 200 m freestyle relay   Thailand (THA)
Natthanan Junkrajang
Jiratida Yosophon
Rutai Vatana
Pilin Tachakittiranan
8:20.77   Singapore (SIN)
Lynette Lim Shu-En
Amanda Lim Xiang Qi
Quah Ting Wen
Mylene Ong Chui Bin
8:26.23   Malaysia (MAS)
Heidi Gan
Khoo Cai Lin
Lew Yih Wey
Ong Ming Xiu
8:27.13
4 × 100 m medley relay   Singapore (SIN)
Shana Lim Jia Yi
Nicolette Teo Wei-min
Tao Li
Quah Ting Wen
4:13.18   Malaysia (MAS)
Chai Sook Fun
Leung Chii Lin
Louisa Los Santos
Siow Yi Ting
4:19.33   Thailand (THA)
Wenika Kaewchaiwong
Natthanan Junkrajang
Natnapa Prommuenwai
Phantira Saraikarn
4:25.00


DivingEdit

The diving events at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games took place at the His Majesty The King's 80th Anniv. Swimming Pool. It was held from 12 December to 15 December 2007. Ten gold medals were contested.

Participating nationsEdit

There was no participation from Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, and Timor Leste.

Medal tallyEdit

  *   Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   Malaysia 7 3 3 13
2   Philippines 2 4 1 7
3   Indonesia 1 1 3 5
4   Vietnam 0 2 2 4
5   Thailand * 0 0 1 1
Total 10 10 10 30

MedalistsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard Yeoh Ken Nee
  Malaysia
416.05 Zardo Dominos
  Philippines
380.85 Rossharisham Roslan
  Malaysia
361.50
3 m springboard Yeoh Ken Nee
  Malaysia
444.05 Rossharisham Roslan
  Malaysia
435.65 Zardo Dominos
  Philippines
407.40
10 m platform Bryan Nickson Lomas
  Malaysia
429.70 Rexel Ryan Fabriga
  Philippines
419.90 Muhammad Nasrullah
  Indonesia
401.10
Synchronized 3 m springboard   Malaysia (MAS)
Yeoh Ken Nee
Rossharisham Roslan
416.76   Philippines (PHI)
Zardo Dominos
Niño Carog
366.42   Vietnam (VIE)
Vu Anh Duy
Nguyen Minh Sang
324.93
Synchronized 10 m platform   Philippines (PHI)
Rexel Ryan Fabriga
Jaime Asok
376.72   Vietnam (VIE)
Vu Anh Duy
Nguyen Minh Sang
365.04   Indonesia (INA)
Muhammad Nasrullah
Husaini Noor
357.96

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard Leong Mun Yee
  Malaysia
278.30 Sheila Mae Pérez
  Philippines
265.80 Elizabeth Jimie
  Malaysia
263.10
3 m springboard Sheila Mae Pérez
  Philippines
316.60 Leong Mun Yee
  Malaysia
306.90 Hoang Thanh Tra
  Vietnam
300.80
10 m platform Shenny Ratna Amelia
  Indonesia
345.30 Pandelela Rinong
  Malaysia
308.85 Cheong Jun Hoong
  Malaysia
300.25
Synchronized 3 m springboard   Malaysia (MAS)
Elizabeth Jimie
Leong Mun Yee
281.28   Vietnam (VIE)
Hoang Thanh Tra
Nguyen Hoai Anh
260.31   Indonesia (INA)
Nani Suryani Wulansari
Eka Purnama Indah
256.02
Synchronized 10 m platform   Malaysia (MAS)
Pandelela Rinong
Cheong Jun Hoong
293.79   Indonesia (INA)
Shenny Ratna Amelia
Herlyani Sukmahati
270.12   Thailand (THA)
Sukrutai Tommaoros
Dangjai Putsadee
208.17

Water poloEdit

The Water polo events was held from 7 December to 11 December 2007. Six teams were in competition in a round-robin format, with defending champion Singapore retaining its title which it has won 22 times consecutively since 1965, inclusive of the current games.

Participating nationsEdit

There was no participation from Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Timor Leste.

Medal tallyEdit

  *   Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   Singapore 1 0 0 1
2   Philippines 0 1 0 1
3   Indonesia 0 0 1 1
Total 1 1 1 3

MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's competition   Singapore (SIN)
Alvin Lee Kok Wang
Alvin Poh Hock Yen
Eugene Ng Wai Chin
Eugene Teo Zhenwei
Kelvin Ong Wei Sheng
Kenneth Wee
Lin Di Yan
Lin Di Yang
Luo Nan
Nigel Tay Sin Chao
Paul Louis Tan Jwee Ann
Terence Tan Wei Keong
Yip Renkai
  Philippines (PHI)
Allan Payawal
Almax Laurel
Dale Evangelista
Danny de la Torre
Ernesto Pabalan
Frazier Alamara
Johnny Uba
Michael Jorolan
Monsuito Pelenio
Norton Alamara
Sherwin de la Paz
Tani Gomez
Teodoro Cañete
  Indonesia (INA)
Andreas Rully Inkiriwang
Dwinanto Ribowo
Hendra Jaya Putra Toufik
Hendrik Sugianto
Henry Marciano Raditya
Heryansyah Saragih
Indrawan Ginting
Indri
Kemas Achmad Mahyuddin
Maulana Bayu Herfianto
Rezza Auditya Putra
Soedorman Prajogo
Soesanto Prajogo

Round-robinEdit

Standings

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1.   Singapore 5 5 0 0 70 24 46 10
2.   Philippines 5 3 1 1 61 37 24 7
3.   Indonesia 5 3 0 2 57 57 0 6
4.   Thailand 5 2 1 2 43 47 -4 5
5.   Vietnam 5 1 0 4 39 67 -28 2
6.   Malaysia 5 0 0 5 29 67 -38 0

Results

7 December 2007
Malaysia 6 – 15 (1–5,2–3,3–4,0–3) Philippines
Indonesia 19 – 11 (6–1,3–4,3–2,7–4) Vietnam
Thailand 5 – 15 (1–3,2–4,2–4,0–4) Singapore
8 December 2007
Philippines 3 – 7 (1–2,0–1,0–2,2–2) Singapore
Malaysia 7 – 15 (0–0,2–5,4–3,1–7) Indonesia
Vietnam 7 – 9 (1–2,2–2,3–3,1–2) Thailand
9 December 2007
Singapore 20 – 7 (3–2,6–1,6–2,5–2) Vietnam
Indonesia 9 – 20 (1–6,1–6,4–3,3–5) Philippines
Thailand 13 – 7 (5–4,3–0,2–3,3–0) Malaysia
10 December 2007
Philippines 13 – 5 (2–3,2–1,2–1,7–0) Vietnam
Malaysia 3 – 15 (2–3,0–3,1–6,–3) Singapore
Indonesia 8 – 6 (4–1,1–0,2–2,1–3) Thailand
11 December 2007
Indonesia 6 – 13 (1–2,1–2,1–3,3–6) Singapore
Malaysia 6 – 9 (2–2,0–1,2–4,2–2) Vietnam
Thailand 10 – 10 (1–3,3–3,5–2,1–2) Philippines

See alsoEdit

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