Philippines at the 2002 Asian Games

The Philippines participated in the 2002 Asian Games held in Busan, South Korea from September 29 to October 14, 2002. Ranked 18th with 3 gold medals, 7 silver medals and 16 bronze medals with a total of 26 over-all medals.[1]

Philippines at the
2002 Asian Games
Flag of the Philippines.svg
IOC codePHI
NOCPhilippine Olympic Committee
Websitewww.olympic.ph (in English)
in Busan
Medals
Ranked 18th
Gold
3
Silver
7
Bronze
16
Total
26
Asian Games appearances (overview)

Asian Games PerformanceEdit

Equestrian star Mikaela Cojuangco Jaworski won an individual gold medal. Bowling stars Paeng Nepomuceno and RJ Bautista won the gold in Doubles and Billiards Francisco Bustamante and Antonio Lining won the 9-Pool Doubles.

MedalistsEdit

The following Philippine competitors won medals at the Games.

GoldEdit

No. Medal Name Sport Event
1   Gold Paeng Nepomuceno
R. J. Bautista
  Bowling Men's Doubles
2   Gold Francisco Bustamante
Antonio Lining
  Cue sports 9-ball Doubles
3   Gold Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski   Equestrian Individual Jumping

SilverEdit

No. Medal Name Sport Event
1   Silver Christian Jan Suarez
Chester King
Leonardo Rey
  Bowling Men's Trios
2   Silver Liza del Rosario
Irene Garcia
Liza Clutario
Josephine Canare
Cecilia Yap
Kathleen Ann Lopez
  Bowling Women's Team
3   Silver Harry Tañamor   Boxing Light flyweight 48kg
4   Silver Warren Kiamco   Cue sports 9-ball Singles
5   Silver Danielle Cojuangco
Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski
Toni Leviste
Michelle Barrera
  Equestrian Team Jumping
6   Silver Marvin Sicomen   Wushu Men's Sanda 52kg
7   Silver Rexel Nganhayna   Wushu Men's Sanda 56kg

BronzeEdit

No. Medal Name Sport Event
1   Bronze Liza Clutario   Bowling Women's Singles
2   Bronze Efren Reyes   Cue sports 8-ball Singles
3   Bronze Heidi Chua
Ria Quiazon
Carmelette Villaroman
  Golf Women's Team
4   Bronze Cherli Tugday   Karate Women's Kata
5   Bronze Gretchen Malalad   Karate Women's Kumite -60kg
6   Bronze Alvin Amposta
Nestor Cordova
  Rowing Men's Lightweight Double Sculls
7   Bronze Jethro Dionisio   Shooting Men's Trap
8   Bronze Eric Ang
Jethro Dionisio
Jaime Recio
  Shooting Men's Trap Team
9   Bronze Tshomlee Go   Taekwondo Men's Flyweight -58kg
10   Bronze Dindo Simpao   Taekwondo Men's Middleweight -84kg
11   Bronze Daleen Cordero   Taekwondo Women's Flyweight -51kg
12   Bronze Veronica Domingo   Taekwondo Women's Welterweight -67kg
13   Bronze Sally Solis   Taekwondo Women's Middleweight -72kg
14   Bronze Arvin Ting   Wushu Men's Taolu - Changquan
15   Bronze Bobby Co   Wushu Men's Taolu - Taijiquan
16   Bronze Eduard Folayang   Wushu Men's Sanda 65kg

MultipleEdit

Name Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski Equestrian 1 1 0 2
Liza Clutario Bowling 0 1 1 2
Jethro Dionisio Shooting 0 0 2 2

Medal summaryEdit

Medal by SportsEdit

SportGoldSilverBronzeTotal
  Bowling1214
  Cue sports1113
  Equestrian1102
  Wushu0235
  Boxing0101
  Taekwondo0055
  Karate0022
  Shooting0022
  Golf0011
  Rowing0011
Totals (10 sports)371626

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