Karate at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games

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Karate
at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
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Venue Mandaue Coliseum
Location Mandaue City, Cebu
DateNovember 27–29
  2003
2007  
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Karate at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games took place in the Mandaue Coliseum, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines. The participants were competing in different weight categories in both the men's and women's competitions. The event was held from November 27–29. [1]

Contents

Medal table

  *   Host nation (Philippines)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia  (INA)55414
2Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam  (VIE)53816
3Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia  (MAS)46414
4Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines  (PHI)*30912
5Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand  (THA)1146
6Flag of Brunei.svg  Brunei  (BRU)0314
7Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg  Myanmar  (MYA)0033
8Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore  (SIN)0022
9Flag of Laos.svg  Laos  (LAO)0011
Totals (9 nations)18183672

Medalists

Kata

EventGoldSilverBronze
Men's individualKu Jin Keat
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Faizal Zainuddin
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Noel Espinosa
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Lê Xuân Hùng
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Women's individualLim Lee Lee
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Nguyễn Hoàng Ngân
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Stephanie Lim
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Ng Pei Yi
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore
Men's teamFlag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Women's teamFlag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg  Myanmar

Men's kumite

EventGoldSilverBronze
55 kg Puvaneswaran Ramasamy
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Eddie Jofriani Johari
Flag of Brunei.svg  Brunei
Phạm Trần Nguyên
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Bambang Maulidin
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
60 kgKunasilan Lakanathan
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Donny Dharmawan
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Sein Win
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg  Myanmar
P. Phouthvoung
Flag of Laos.svg  Laos
65 kgNelson Pacalso
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Nguyễn Bảo Toàn
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Ly Wai
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
W. Kuaphol
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
70 kgBùi Việt Bằng
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Sim Chung Hiang
Flag of Brunei.svg  Brunei
Junel Perania
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
S. Suwam
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
75 kgChristo Mondolu
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Rayner Kin Siong
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Mai Xuân Lượng
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Tong Kit Siong
Flag of Brunei.svg  Brunei
+75 kgUmar Syarief
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Jarvis Julian
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Joey Pabillore
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Sanphasit Chonlaphan
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
Open weightUmar Syarief
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Nguyễn Ngọc Thành
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Mahendran Supremaniam
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
L. C. Jun
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore
TeamFlag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam

Women's kumite

EventGoldSilverBronze
48 kgVũ Thị Nguyệt Ánh
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Telly Melinda
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Mae Eso Soriano
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Jittikan Tiemsurakan
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
53 kgMaria Marna Pabillore
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Yanisa Torrattanawathana
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
Jenny Zeannet
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Đào Thị Tú Anh
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
60 kgNguyễn Thị Hải Yến
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Puspa Meonk
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Cherli Tugday
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Yamini Gopalasamy
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
+60 kg Gretchen Malalad
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
Jamaliah Jamaluddin
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Nguyễn Thị Nga
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Puspita Triana Gustin
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Open weightYanisa Torrattanawathana
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
Yamini Gopalasamy
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Nguyễn Thị Hải Yến
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Gretchen Malalad
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines
TeamFlag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg  Myanmar
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam

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