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THE Philippines SEA Games started in shambles but the opening ceremony lifted their spirits, the organisers learnt their lessons quickly, took on the challenge and a typhoon – and when the closing ceremony began yesterday, it could be declared a fairly successful meet.
CLARK (Philippines): Filipina sprinter Kristina Marie Knott defeated Vietnam's "Queen of Speed" Le Tu Chinh on Saturday (Dec 7) to take her South-East Asian (SEA) Games 200m track title in the first night of track and field action at the stadium in New Clark City.
MANILA: Filipino surfer Roger Casugay opted to rescue his Indonesian competitor Arip Nurhidayat and set aside the chance to win the gold medal for the surfing competition.
Clark (Philippines): Olympic champion Joseph Schooling lived up to his billing at the South-East (Sea) Asian Games on Friday (Dec 6), claiming two golds in the pool in the Philippines.
Manila: The Philippines' north has been hit by some of its worst flooding in decades, with torrents of muddy runoff forcing 66,000 from their homes and prompting rescues of trapped locals, authorities said Friday (Dec 6)
eSports took a step into the sporting mainstream as it made its debut at the SEA Games.
MANILA: The death toll from a typhoon that hit provinces south of the Philippine capital rose to 10, disaster agencies said, pointing to precautions and compulsory evacuations as key in preventing more casualties.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is expected to experience thunderstorms, as the tail-end of Typhoon Kammuri hits the state, but the impact is expected to be minimal as the typhoon weakens by Friday (Dec 6).
MANILA (ANN): The death toll from Typhoon kammuri rose to 17 people after destroying houses and displacing hundreds of thousands on its path across the Philippines.
MANILA (Agencies): The Philippines reopened its main airport late on Tuesday (Dec 3) as Typhoon Kammuri heads to the South China Sea, leaving at least four people dead and displacing half a million more.