8th December 2019

The Philippines topped the cable wakeskate competition while Thailand swept the cable wakeboard medals in the 30th Southeast Asian Games at Deca Wake Park Clark in the Philippines.

Sanya Phonthip – Thailand – Gold Medalist Men’s Cable Wakeboard – Photo by Wasuwat Torkaew

Athletes from Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore and host nation Philippines competed for the first time in SEA Games and multi-sport games history in men’s & women’s cable wakeboard, cable wakeskate and cableski team overall medal disciplines.

Susan Larsson  and Jhondi Wallace struck gold for the Philippines in the women’s and men’s cable wakeskate event held in the biennial meet for the first time.  Larsson posted a 61.00 score to leave Thailand’s Thip Penpayap (50.00) with a silver medal and Singaporean Alysha Rizwan (39.33) with bronze.

Wallace tallied 70.33 points and finished way ahead of Thailand’s Polapat Romchatngoen (67.00) and fellow countryman Christian Joson (64.33).

The Thais were powered by Patcharapon Jungguluam, winner of the wakeboard ladies with 72.33 points, followed by Filipinas Samantha Bermudez (62.67) and Nadya Sinaga (45.33).

Sanya Phonthip from Thailand notched 72.67 points to edge out the favourite Filipino Raphael Trinidad (69.33) for the men’s cable wakeboard gold. Another Filipino, Ralph Gelo Villaro, claimed the bronze with 61.00 points.

Though Thailand and the Philippines wound up tied with two golds each, the Thais emerged overall champion with three silvers against the Filipinos’ two silvers plus two bronzes.

Indonesia won the cableski team overall gold medal, narrowly edging out Thailand and Malaysia.  The victorious Indonesians, who toppled the Thais, are Safira Widodo, Nur Priambodo, Emilia Hampp, Muhammad Putu, Ade Hermana and Dimas Suprihono.

Final Results

Women’s Cable Wakeskate Final Results
Pos. Name Country
1 Susan Larsson [65] PHI
2 Thip Penpayap [70]
THA
3 Alysha Rizwan [66] SIN
Men’s Cable Wakeskate Final Results
Pos. Name Country
1 Jhondi Wallace [23] PHI
2 Polapat Romchatngoen [30]
THA
3 Christian Joson [2] PHI
Women’s Cable Wakeboard Final Results
Pos. Name Country
1 Patcharaporn Junnguluam [44] THA
2 Samantha Bermudez [8] PHI
3 Nadya Sinaga [36] INA
Women’s Cable Wakeboard Final Results
Pos. Name Country
1 Sanya Phonthip [9] THA
2 Raphael Trinidad [10] PHI
3 Ralph gelo Villaro [25] PHI

Photo Gallery

Cable Wakeboard Final Results

Cable Wakeskate Final Results

Cableski Final Results

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