Wednesday, 18 March 2020

10th ASEAN Para Games Rescheduled Again


The 10th ASEAN Para Games was rescheduled for another date, pushed to October this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The ASEAN Para Sports Federation Board moved the Para Games from March 21-27 to Oct. 3-9, with the hopes that COVID-19 has been “put under control and no longer a threat to human” by then.

Wednesday, 11 March 2020

SEA Qualifiers in Boxing - 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Seven Southeast Asian boxers are now going to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after showing their toughness at the recent 2020 Asia & Oceania Boxing Olympic Qualification Tournament held in Amman, Jordan. 

The 7 boxers came from the boxing powerhouses of Southeast Asia. These are the Philippines with two qualifiers, Vietnam with lone qualifier and Thailand with 4 qualifiers.
At the tournament in Amman, there were some boxers who are expected to qualify but unfortunately unable to grab ticket to Tokyo after failing to conquer their respective opponents.
These boxers were Nesthy Petecio and Carlo Paalam of the Philippines; Wuttichai Masuk and Nilawan Techasuep of Thailand; and Nguyễn Thị Tâm of Vietnam.
There are still two ways to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics - the World Olympic Qualifying Event in Paris and the other one is the Tripartite Invitation.
Below are the successful boxers who will see action at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.  

Philippines
  • Eumir Felix Marcial | Men's Middleweight (75kg)
  • Irish Magno | Women's Flyweight (51kg)
Thailand
  • Baison Manikon | Women's Welterweight (69 kg)
  • Thitisan Panmot | Men's Flyweight (48-52kg)
  • Chatchai Butdee | Men's Featherweight (57kg)
  • Sudaporn Seesondee | Women's Lightweight (60kg)
Vietnam 
  • Nguyễn Văn Dương | Men's Featherweight (57kg)


By Fahad T. (MAS)

Wednesday, 4 March 2020

ASIAN MEN’S CLUB VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2020

Date: 18th-25th April
Location: Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand

Participating Teams 
  • Pool A: Thailand A (organisers), Australia (8th), Hong Kong China
  • Pool B: Iran (1st), Vietnam (7th), Thailand B, Korea
  • Pool C: Japan (2nd), Chinese Taipei (6th), Kazakhstan, Philippines
  • Pool D: Qatar (3rd), Sri Lanka (5th), China, Uzbekistan

Preliminary round
April 18, 2020
The Mall Korat
  • 14.00: Hong Kong China v Thailand A
  • 16.30: Qatar v Uzbekistan
  • 19.00: Sri Lanka v China
Terminal 21 Korat
  • 11.30: Thailand B v Korea
  • 14.00: Kazakhstan v Chinese Taipei
  • 16.30: Japan v Philippines
  • 19.00: Vietnam v Iran
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April 19, 2020
The Mall Korat
  • 14.00: Australia v Hong Kong China
  • 16.30: Thailand B v Vietnam
  • 19.00: Qatar v Sri Lanka
Terminal 21 Korat
  • 11.30: Philippines v Chinese Taipei
  • 14.00: Korea v Iran
  • 16.30: Japan v Kazakhstan
  • 19.00: Uzbekistan v China
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April 20, 2020
The Mall Korat
  • 14.00: Sri Lanka v Uzbekistan
  • 16.30: Thailand A v Australia
  • 19.00: China v Qatar
Terminal 21 Korat
  • 11.30: Vietnam v Korea
  • 14.00: Iran v Thailand B
  • 16.30: Kazakhstan v Philippines
  • 19.00: Chinese Taipei v Japan

Thursday, 6 February 2020

2021 FIBA Asia Cup - Qualification

Timeline
  • After SEABA Pre-Qualifier (26th-30th June 2018 | Nonthaburi, Thailand) - qualified teams are Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. Brunei and Cambodia did not advance.
  • After Eastern Regional Pre-Qualifer (26th Nov. - 1st Dec. 2018 | Nonthaburi, Thailand) - teams that will advance to next round are Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. Singapore did not advance.
  • Round 1 of FIBA Asia Cup 2021 Qualifier (20th February 2020 - 21st February 2021)
  • Round 2 of FIBA Asia Cup 2021 Qualifier (2021)

For Round 1, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand are in Group A along with South Korea while Malaysia is in Group B together with teams from China, Japan and Taipei.
 
Round 1 - Group A
  • TBA | Philippines vs Thailand
  • 20 February 2020 | End of Game: Indonesia 76-109 South Korea
  • 23 February 2020 | End of Game: Indonesia 70-100 Philippines
  • 23 February 2020 | End of Game: South Korea 93-86 Thailand
  • 27 November 2020 | South Korea vs Philippines
  • 27 November 2020 | Thailand vs Indonesia
  • 30 November 2020 | Thailand vs Philippines
  • 30 November 2020 | South Korea vs Indonesia 
  • 18 February 2021 | Philippines vs Indonesia
  • 18 February 2021 | Thailand vs South Korea
  • 21 February 2021 | Philippines vs South Korea
  • 21 February 2021 | Indonesia vs Thailand
Round 2 - Group B
  • 21 February 2020 | End of Game: Chinese Taipei 152-48 Malaysia 
  • 21 February 2020 | End of Game: Japan vs China 
  • 24 February 2020 | End of Game: Japan 96-57 Chinese Taipei 
  • 24 February 2020 | End of Game: China vs Malaysia 
  • 26 November 2020 | China vs Chinese Taipei 
  • 26 November 2020 | Malaysia vs Japan 
  • 29 November 2020 | Malaysia vs Chinese Taipei 
  • 29 November 2020 | China vs Japan 
  • 19 February 2021 | Chinese Taipei vs Japan 
  • 19 February 2021 | Malaysia vs China 
  • 22 February 2021 | Chinese Taipei vs China 
  • 22 February 2021 | Japan vs Malaysia 

Saturday, 30 November 2019

Wushu at the 30th SEA Games - Philippines 2019

HOME - 30th SEA Games

A total of 72 athletes from 9 nations were scheduled to participate: Brunei (5), Indonesia (8), Laos (7), Malaysia (7), Myanmar (11), Philippines (11), Singapore (5), Thailand (6) & Vietnam (12)