Philippines – The Philippine bowling crew won its most memorable gold decoration in the Southeast Asian Games starting around 2011 as Merwin Tan managed the men’s singles bowling competition in Ha Noi Royal City.
In view of this, Tan mounted a rebound to take the gold in the opposition subsequent to finishing the primary game at just fourth spot. It took a 234 in Game 5 for Tan to knock himself up to the platform as he took rank no. 3 with one game leftover.
In any case, the Filipino bowler supported his fine structure with an incredible 249 in Game 6 to overwhelm pioneers Yannaphon Larpapharat of Thailand and Ryan Leonard Lalisang of Indonesia to guarantee gold.
Morever, Tan wound up with an absolute score of 1292 to top the field and end the country’s 11-year award less steak in the biennial meet. The Larpapharat and Lalisang took silver and bronze, separately, with scores of 1286 and 1221. Comrade Ivan Malig, as far as concerns him, completed eleventh with 1087.