Philippines at the 2006 Asian Games

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The Philippines (PHI)

The Philippines participates in the 2006 Asian Games to be held at Doha,Qatar; for the 15th straight time in the same number of stagings of the Games. The country will not participate in Men's and Women's Basketball for the first time due to the continuing suspension by International Basketball Federation (Fédération Internationale de Basketball or FIBA). <ref>2006 Asian Games - Basketball Draw</ref>

The country is represented by 233 athletes participating in 31 sports, including boxing, cue sports, and bowling which brings most medals in recent Asian Games. <ref>Team Philippines Roster (Accessed 22 November, 2006)</ref>

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[edit] Medal Tally

Gold Silver Bronze Total
Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines ----

[edit] Participation Details

[edit] Baseball

The 2005 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) gold medallists and Southeast Asian powerhouse competes in the Baseball competitions of this edition of the Asian Games, and will go up against World Baseball Classic (WBC) champions Japan, Korea, China, Chinese Taipei, and Thailand.

[edit] Standings
Rank W L Pct. RS RA DI RA/9DI
6 Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines 0 3 .000 8 44 18.1 21.60
[edit] Results
Game time: November 29 13:30 (UTC+3)
Venue: Al-Rayyan Sports Club
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Image:Flag of Japan (bordered).svg Japan 811 70× ××× 17130
Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines 000 20× ××× 231

WP: ISHIGURO Takuya (1-0)  LP: LABRADOR Charlie (0-1)
Note: Completed early due to Run Diffrence Rule (RDR)  


Game time: November 30 13:30 (UTC+3)
Venue: Al-Rayyan Sports Club
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Image:Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China 043 260 0×× 15171
Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines 000 202 0×× 482

WP: Zhang Wanjun (1-0)  LP: BINARAO Ernesto (0-1)
Note: Completed early due to Run Diffrence Rule (RDR)  

HRs:  CHN – 1
HR: WANG Wei (1)  PHI – 0


Game time: December 03 09:00(UTC+3)
Venue: Al-Rayyan Sports Club
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines 001 000 1×× 220
Image:Flag of South Korea (bordered).svg Korea Republic 342 200 1×× 12121

WP: JANG Won Sam (1-0)  LP: DELA CALZADA Darwin (0-1)
Note: Completed early due to Run Diffrence Rule (RDR)  

HRs:  PHI – 0
HR: CHO Dong Chan, LEE Dae Ho, LEE Jin Young  KOR – 3


Match 12: Dec 05 - vs Image:Chinese Taipei Olympic Flag.svg Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Match 13: Dec 06 - vs Image:Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand (THA)

[edit] Boxing

Eight Filipino boxers compete for 11 gold medals at stake in this edition of the Asiad. None of the eight boxers have competed in the last SEA Games. Busan Asian Games powerhouse countries include: Uzbekistan, South Korea, Kazakhstan, Pakistan and Thailand.

Qualification round results

Start time: December_3 15:30 (UTC+3)
Venue: ASPIRE Hall 5

Corner Name NOC Winner Points Time/Decision
RED PAYLA ViolitoImage:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines RED33Unanimous
BLUE AKBARI Omran Image:Flag of Iran.svg Iran 13

Start time: December_3 17:00 (UTC+3)
Venue: ASPIRE Hall 5

Corner Name NOC Winner Points Time/Decision
RED MARCIAL Anthony Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines RED31Unanimous
BLUE KEO INHTA Sathit Image:Flag of Laos.svg Laos 7

Preliminary round results

Start time: December_2 14:30 (UTC+3)
Venue: ASPIRE Hall 5

Corner Name NOC Winner Points Time/Decision
RED PAYLA ViolitoImage:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines RED35Unanimous
BLUE TRAN Quoc Viet Image:Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam 11

Start time: December_2 16:30 (UTC+3)
Venue: ASPIRE Hall 5

Corner Name NOC Winner Points Time/Decision
RED MARCIAL Anthony Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines RED24RSCOS
BLUE KEO INHTA Sathit Image:Flag of Laos.svg Laos 4

[edit] Water Polo

As released by the Doha Asian Games Organizing Committee (DAGOC) last September 7, 2006 at the Games website, the 2005 SEA Games silver medallists is joined by Korea, Iran, Kazakhstan, and the host Qatar in Group A for the preliminaries starting December 6, 2006.

  • Preliminary Round

Match 1: Dec 6 - vs Image:Flag of South Korea.svg Korea (KOR)
Match 5: Dec 7 - vs Image:Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Match 10: Dec 8 - vs Image:Flag of Qatar.svg Qatar (QAT)
Match 14: Dec 9 - vs Image:Flag of Iran.svg Iran (IRI)

[edit] Sepaktakraw

As released by the DAGOC at the same date at the Games website, the Philippines will be joined by Southeast Asian neighbors Indonesia and Malaysia in Group C in Men's Regu, and Thailand, Myanmar, and Japan in Group A in Women's Regu. The nation competes also with Thailand and Indonesia in Group A of Men's Doubles, and Thailand, Vietnam, and China in Women's Doubles.

[edit] Swimming

Ten swimmers represents the country in the competitions in this edition of the Games.

[edit] Entry List
  • UY Kendrick
  • COAKLEY Daniel
  • MOLINA Miguel
  • ARABEJO Ryan Paolo
  • WALSH James
  • DEE Ernest Lorenzo
  • BORDADO Gerard
  • TOTTEN Erica
  • GANDIONCO Maria Giorgina
  • CORDERO Denjylie
[edit] Results

[edit] Withdrawn events

  • Softball: The 2005 SEA Games gold medallists and Southeast Asian powerhouse was reported to participate in the Games, however current revisions on the schedule reflect otherwise.<ref>2006 Asian Games - Softball Current Schedule</ref>

[edit] See also

[edit] References

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[edit] External links

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