SEA Games 2015 Philippine Team: Claire Adorna wins GOLD, Volcanoes undefeated at Rugby 7's

The Philippine team finally won its very 1st gold at the 28th SEA Games 2015 in Singapore. Thanks to triathlete Claire Adorna who won in the Triathlon Women's Individual Final held this morning at the East Coast Park.

credit to @SEAGames2015

With a time of 2:13:08, 21-year-old Ma. Claire Adorna crossed the finish line first and won the Gold Medal. She was followed by Marion Kim Mangrobang, also from the Philippines, who was just a second
behind, 2:14:26, winning Silver. The Bronze Medal was won by Sanruthai Arunsiri of Thailand, finishing 8 seconds behind, with a time of 2:22:08.

As of 11PM today, the Philippines already has a total of 10 medals (1 gold, 5 silver and 8 bronze), but is only ranking 6th in the medal tally / standings, behind host nation Singapore (17G, 11S, 17B), Vietnam (13G, 3S, 11B), Thailand (10G, 14S, 14B), Indonesia (8G, 8S, 7G) and Malaysia (3G, 4S, 5B).

Team Philippines' Medals / Medalists at 28th SEA Games 2015, as of June 6, 11 PM:

GOLD - Triathlon Women's Individual (Ma. Claire Adorna)

SILVER - Wushu Men's Duel Event - Weapons, Triathlon Women's Individual (Marion Kim Mangrobang), Fencing Women's Individual Epée (Harlene Raguin), Fencing Women's Individual Foil (Justine Gail Tinio), Table Tennis Men's Singles (Richard Gonzales )

BRONZE - Judo Men's 66-73 kg (Jason Ramirez), Judo Women's -52 kg (Helen Dawa), Fencing Women's Team Foil, Traditional Boat Race Women's TBR 6-Crew, 200m, Shooting Men's 10m Air Rifle (Jayson Valdez ), Canoeing Men's C1-1000m (Hermie Macaranas), Men's C2-1000m (Hermie Macaranas and Ojay Fuentes), Fencing Men's Individual Foil (Nathaniel Perez)

View: SEA Games 2015 Schedule for Team Philippines

Meanwhile, other preliminary matches for the Philippine team that wrapped up today include:

Softball Women - PHI won against Indonesia and will play next against Singapore

Aquatics-Swimming Men's 200m Freestyle Heat 1 - Jessie Khing Lacuña finished 1st and qualified to the finals happening later tonight

Aquatics-Swimming Men's 100m Backstroke Heat 2 - Jose Joaquin Gonzalez finished 5th and qualified to the finals also happening later

Aquatics - Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley Heat 1 - Hannah Dato finished 3rd and qualified to the finals also happening later

Billiards & Snooker Men's 9-Ball Pool Doubles Quarterfinals Match 3 - Carlo Biado and Warren Kiamco won against Team Laos and will compete next in the semifinals tomorrow

Billiards & Snooker Women's 9-Ball Pool Singles Pre-QuarterFinals Match 4 - Chezka Centeno won against Vietnam, advanced to the Quarterfinals tomorrow

Billiards & Snooker Men's 1 Cushion Carom Quarterfinals Match 3 - Francisco dela Cruz won against Myanmar, to play next in the semis on Monday

Billiards & Snooker Men's Snooker Singles Pre-QuarterFinals Match 3 - Michael Angelo Mengorio won against Laos, to play next in the quarterfinals tomorrow

Tennis Men's Team Quarterfinal - PHI won against Cambodia

Rugby 7s Men Preliminaries - The Philippine Volcanoes composed of Andrew Wolff, Ben Saunders, Gaz Holgate, Jake Letts, Matt Saunders, Justin Coveney and 6 others won their 3 matches (against Thailand, Singapore and Cambodia) and will play next against Laos and Malaysia tomorrow.

Boxing Women's Light Flyweight (45kg-48kg) Quarterfinals Bout 1 - Josie Gabuco won against Indonesia, to play in the semifinals on Monday against a Singaporean opponent

Boxing Women's Flyweight (48kg-51kg) Quarterfinals Bout 6 - Irish Magno won against Indonesia, to play in the semifinals on Monday against Thailand

Judo Women's 52-57 kg Final of Table, Contest 18 - Jenielou Mosquedo lost to Singapore, but still have a chance for the Bronze Medal against either Indonesia or Thailand.

Judo Men's 73-81 kg Final of Table, Contest 14 - Kodo Nakano lost to to Thailand, but still up for Bronze later tonight against Singapore

Judo Men's -66 kg Final of Repechage, Contest 14 - Dennis Lloyd Catipon lost to Singapore, but will be playing for 3rd or Bronze against Malaysia this evening

Wushu Men's Optional Nan Quan + Nan Gun Nanquan Pool A - Thornton Quieney Lou Sayan advanced to the medal match tomorrow. -
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