28th SEA Games 2015 Medal Tally: Philippines gets 10th Gold

28th SEA Games 2015 medal tally, as of 3PM today, June 9, 2015, available at the official website: Team Philippines is still ranking among the Bottom 5 teams despite now having 10 golds, including the one won just this afternoon by Chezka Centeno in Billiards & Snooker Women's 9-Ball Pool Singles, as well as the Philippine Volcanoes' gold medal finish in Rugby 7s Men last Sunday.

Centeno actually competed for the gold against another one from the Philippines, Rubilen Amit, who gave the Philippines its 13th Silver.

Is ranking 7th the highest we can get in the SEA Games? During the 2013 SEA Games, the country also ranked 7th via its 29 gold, 34 silver and 38 bronze medals.

This 2015, the Philippine team now has a total of 48 medals - 10 of which are gold, 13 are silver and 25 are bronze.

There's still a week left in the 28th SEA Games 2015, so let's hope we get more golds, and finish at least 4th in the medal standings.

The host nation Singapore still leads with 43-36-49, now followed by Thailand with 29-35-27. Vietnam dropped to 3rd with its 28-14-33 medals, while Indonesia is so far at #4 with 17-20-26 and Malaysia, in 5th, with 16-14-33.

The Philippines is actually in close race for 6th with 2013 SEA Games host and over-all 2nd Placer Myanmar, which also has 10 golds, but having more silvers (16) and lesser bronzes (16).


Athletics - Men's Hammer Throw (Caleb John Christian Stuary)
Billiards & Snooker - Men's 9-Ball Pool Doubles (Carlo Biado, Warren Kiamco)
Billiards & Snooker - Women's 9-Ball Pool Singles (Chezka Centeno)
Gymnastics-Artistic - Men's Floor Exercise (Reyland Capellan)
Judo - Women's 57-63 kg (Kiyomi Watanabe)
Rugby 7s - Men
Shooting - Women's Precision Pistol (Elvie Baldivino)
Triathlon - Men's Individual (Nikko Bryan Huelgas)
Triathlon - Women's Individual (Ma. Claire Adorna)
Wushu - Men's Optional Taijijian (Daniel Parantac)

Athlectis - Women's Marathon (Mary Joy Tabal)
Billiards & Snooker - Women's 9-Ball Pool Singles (Rubilen Amit)
Fencing - Men's Team Foil
Fencing - Women's Individual Epée (Harlene Raguin)
Fencing - Women's Individual Foil (Justine Gail Tinio)
Fencing - Women's Team Epée
Shooting - Women's Precision Pistol Team
Triathlon - Women's Individual (Marion Kim Mangrobang)
Table Tennis - Men's Singles (Richard Gonzales)
Wushu - Men's Duel Event - Barehand
Wushu - Men's Duel Event - Weapons
Wushu - Men's Optional Taijiquan (Daniel Parantac)
Wushu - Men's Sanda - 60kg (Francisco Solis)

Aquatics-Swimming - Men's 100m Breaststroke (Joshua Hall)
Aquatics-Swimming - Men's 200m Butterfly (Jese Khing Lacuña)
Aquatics-Swimming - Women's 50m Butterfly (Jasmine Alkhaldi)
Aquatics-Swimming - Women's 100m Freestyle (Jasmine Alkhaldi)
Aquatics-Swimming - Women's 200m Backstroke (Roxanne Ashley Yu)
Billiards & Snooker - Men's 1 Cushion Carom (Francisco dela Cruz)
Billiards & Snooker - Men's 1 Cushion Carom (Efren 'Bata' Reyes)
Billiards & Snooker - Men's Snooker Singles Boxing (Michael Angelo Mengorio)
Boxing - Men's Middle Weight 75kg (Wilfredo Lopez)
Boxing - Women's Featherweight 57kg (Riza Pasuit)
Canoeing - Men's C1-1000m (Hermie Macaranas)
Canoeing - Men's C1-200m (Hermie Macaranas)
Canoeing - Men's C2-1000m (Hermie Macaranas and Ojay Fuentes)
Canoeing - Men's C2-200m (Hermie Macaranas and Ojay Fuentes)
Fencing - Men's Individual Foil (Nathaniel Perez)
Fencing - Women's Team Foil
Gymnastics-Artistic - Women's Team
Judo - Men's 66-73 kg (Jason Ramirez)
Judo - Women's -52 kg (Helen Dawa)
Rugby 7s - Women
Shooting - Men's 10m Air Rifle (Jayson Valdez)
Shooting - Men's Precision Pistol Team
Tennis - Men's Team
Traditional Boat Race - Women's TBR 6-Crew, 200m
Wushu - Men's Sanda - 65kg (Clemente Tabugara Jr)

Tomorrow, June 10, at 1PM, is the much-anticipated first game of the Philippine Men's Basketball Team, the Gilas Cadets composed of Kiefer Ravena, Marcus Douthing and many others, playing vs Indonesia. On Thursday, 4PM, they will battle against Malaysia, then vs Timor-Leste on Friday, 6PM. During 2013 SEA Games, it was the Philippine basketball team (Sinag Pilipinas) swept all their games and won the gold. (Read: Sinag Pilipinas wins gold medal at 2013 SEA Games)

For Volleyball Women consisting of Alyssa Valdez, Rachel Anne Daquis & more, Philippines' first game is also tomorrow, versus Indonesia. Next up is game vs Malaysia 10AM on Thursday, then vs Vietnam on Saturday, June 13, 10AM. - Mykiru.ph

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