September 20, 2017, 7:18 pm
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Triathletes boost PH drive

KUALA LUMPUR. – Nikko Huelgas and Kim Mangrobang led a Philippine sweep of the gold and silver medals in triathlon Monday while the boxers sustained their drive for the gold in the 29th Southeast Asian Games here.

Competing at the Water Sports Complex in Putrajaya City, Huelgas retained his men’s crown by clocking 1:59.21 seconds while Mangrobang, who finished second behind compatriot Ma. Claire Adorna two years ago in Singapore, did one better this time, ruling the women’s race in 2:11:14 to.

John Chicano settled for the silver in the men’s class in 2:01:26 for his first SEA Games medal while Adorna, slowed down by cramps, finished second behind Mangrobang in 2:18:58.

“It’s okay that I lost the gold,” said Adorna, who ran alongside Mangrobang up to the second transition point only to suffer cramps.

The golden sweep came as a big relief for the Philippine contingent here that was looking for another big victory after the marathon triumph of Mary Joy Tabal last Saturday.

“I was so happy with their performance. These triathletes made my day truly special,” said Philippine chief of mission Cynthia Carrion, who celebrated her birthday here.

The Philippines will go into action Tuesday with three gold medals, 47 short of the 50 medal target set by Carrion before the national team left Manila.

Boxers Mario Fernandez and Charly Suarez avenged the setback of teammate Carlo Paalam later in the day and joined flyweight Ian Clark Bautista and middleweight Eumir Felix Marcial in the semifinals.

Fernandez, in the hunt for third SEA Games gold medal, scored a unanimous decision win over Tran Phu Cuong of Vietnam in the bantamweight class.

The comebacking Suarez dominated Khir Akyazlan Azmi of Malaysia with a unanimous decision win in their light welterweight clash.

“Nag-concentrate po ako talaga sa laban kasi baka mangyari ang katulad kay Carlo,” said Suarez, referring to Paalam’s sorry setback from the hands of Muhamad Fuad of Malaysia the light flyweight class.

Suarez, who is seeking his first SEA Games gold medal in a higher weight class, dominated the burly Malaysian in the first round with hard body punches before landing a big cross on a three-punch combination in the third that forced the referee to give the Malaysian a standing eight count.

“Akala ko po, hindi bibilangan,” said Suarez, who qualified for last year’s Rio Olympics where he lost in the first round.

Fernandez was his usual hard-hitting self in moving two wins away from bagging his third consecutive SEA Games gold.

“Nagpapasalamat po ako sa Panginoon at binibigyan po niya kami ng magandang kundisyon,” said Fernandez.

The archers added to the country’s medal haul as Florante Matan, Gabriel Moreno and Mark Javier as well as Nicole Marie Tagle, Mary Queen Ybanez and Kareel Meer Hongitan claimed bronze medals in the men’s and women’s recurve events at the National Sports Center Synthetic Turf Field.

Also emerging with a medal was the sepak takraw squad of Rizalyn Amolacion, Mary Ann Lopez, Jean Marie Sucalit, Kristel Karloman and Lhaina Lhiell Mangubat, which dominated Indonesia to claim the bronze medal in the women’s regu event of sepak takraw.

The bronze was the sepak takraw team’s second medal in the biennial meet after its men’s team delivered a silver in the chinlone event earlier.

National fencers and a young wushu artist also delivered.

Samantha Catantan emerged with a silver medal while Maxine Esteban won a bronze in the women’s individual foil event of fencing.

In wushu, Agatha Wong scored 9.65 points for the silver in women’s optional taijian.
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