SEA Games 2022: Day four as it happened - Singapore's Joseph Schooling defends 100m fly crown, Carlos Yulo, Aleah Finnegan and Rifda Irfanaluthfi shine in gymnastics

South East Asian Games Day 4, Monday 16 May, featured Joe Schooling winning a 29th SEA Games gold, basketball, badminton and more. Read what happened here.

By Ken Browne

It's day four of the SEA Games 2021 (Postponed to 2022) and it's set to be another blinder.

Here's a full preview of the event which will give you a good idea of what's going on and the stars of these Games to watch out for.

There's so much happening today, so keep up right here, hit refresh for updates.

All times local in Hanoi.


SEA Games 2022 Live Stream: Day 4

Here's the official event YouTube page, and today's live stream for the event is below, keep an eye here for streams of different sports throughout the day:

9pm - Men's Football results: Semi-finals decided

Kaisuke Honda's Cambodia needed a win against Malaysia and for Laos to beat Thailand to go throught to the semis, and while that miracle didn't happen they did get a great result and against Malaysia, drawing 2-2.

The Thais beat Laos by a single goal and topped the group. With Group A already done and dusted we now know our semi-finals:

19 May 7pm

Vietnam - Malaysia

Thailand - Indonesia

8:30pm - Badminton team results

Singapore defeated the Philippines 3-0 and Vietnam ousted Malaysia 3-1 in the team quarter-finals.

Tomorrow's semi-finals are:

Thailand v Singapore (9am start)

Vietnam v Indonesia (9am start)

8:15pm - Swimming: Schooling leads Singapore to men's 4x100m medley victory

Singapore have had a dominant night in the pool and aced the 4x100m medley at the My Dinh Water Sports Palace in Hanoi.

The quartet of Joseph Schooling, Quah Zheng Wen, Jonathan Tan and Maximillian Ang won in 3:37.69 ahead of Vietnam and Thailand.

It was a second gold of the evening for Schooling and his 29th SEA Games gold medal.

7:40pm - Athletics round-up

There was another gold for Thailand's Joshua Atkinson in the 800m, and the Philippines' Clinton Kingsley Bautista keeps his men’s 110m hurdles SEA Games crown clocking 13.78 seconds.

7:15pm - Men's Basketball: Philippines survive scare against Thailand

The Gilas Pilipinas might be 13-time straight champs but the Thais weren't going to roll over in Game 1, the champs eventually winning 76-73.

Veteran star June Mar Fajardo had 28 points, 12 rebounds, and 2 blocks.

6:25pm - Joseph Schooling defends 100m butterfly title

Singaporean swim star Joseph Schooling wins the 100m fly clocking 52.22.

And it was a Singapore 1-2 with Quah Zheng Wen second (52.86 and Thailand's Wongcharoen Navaphat third in 52.98.

Schooling's first medal of the 31st SEA Games is gold, his 28th SEA Games gold medal, and he's now won every single 100m butterfly since the 2013 Games.

5:44pm - Gymnastics: Gold for Indonesia's Rifda Irfanaluthfi

Rifda Irfanaluthfi wins women's floor, Vietnam's Nhu Phuong Pham claims silver.

It's Rifda's second SEA Games gold here in Hanoi after she won the women's individual all-around ahead of Aleah Finnegan on gymnastics Day 1.

5:20pm - Carlos Yulo wins FIFTH gold medal, shares it with Vietnam's Thanh

It's a gold rush for Carlos Yulo, he wins his fifth in the horizontal bar, and he'll share this one with Vietnam's Dinh Phuong Thanh as they both score exactly 13.867.

That's seven SEA Games medals for Yulo here, five of them gold.

4:45pm - Gymnastics: Dinh Phuong Thanh wins PB gold, silver for Carlos Yulo

Dinh Phuong Thanh of Vietnam sent the local fans wild with a near-perfect parallel bars routine that was awarded 15.133 from the judges - good enough to beat Filipino star Carlos Yulo.

A silver for Yulo is his sixth medal in Vietnam, he scored 14.9 points in the PB.

4:15pm - Volleyball: Philippines men eliminated after second loss

After a shock loss to Cambodia in their opener, the Philippine team couldn't turn it around against Thailand and they're out of the competition.

Thailand won 25-20, 29-27, 25-22.

3:41pm - Shooting results: Thailand, Indonesia win gold

Men's 25m rapid fire pistol

  1. Indonesia
  2. Vietnam
  3. Thailand

Women's team 10m air rifle

  1. Thailand
  2. Indonesia
  3. Singapore

3:30pm - Gymnastics: Women's beam gold for Rachel Yeoh Li Wen!

Malaysian gymnast Rachel Yeoh Li Wen tops the women's beam event.

A 12.567 score means she edges out the Philippines' Aleah Finnegan who scored 12.367.

Vietnam's Pham Nhu Phuong collects bronze on 12.167 points.

3pm - Gymnastics schedule, order of play and live stream

Here's what's happening today and when:

  • 2-2:40pm - Men's vault
  • 2:40-3:30pm - Women's balance beam
  • 3:30-4pm - Men's parallel bars
  • 4-4:40pm - Women's floor exercise
  • 4:40-5:20pm - Men's horizontal bar

Here's the live stream, took a while to find this one!

3:15pm - Aleah Finnegan second in beam

Scores have just flashed up for Finnegan and she's currently in second place on 12.367 points.

2:45pm - Yulo on for gold in vault

And it looks like a fourth gold for Carlos Yulo, scores from the stadium read:

  1. Carlos Yulo (PHI) 14.700
  2. Tikumporn Surintornta (THA) 14.250
  3. Juancho Miguel Besana Eserio (PHI) 14.07

Women's beam is up now with Aleah Finnegan competing and aiming for her third gold and a fourth medal here in Hanoi at her debut performance under the Filipino flag.

Yulo will compete in the parallel bars and the horizontal bar next.

2pm - Carlos Yulo up in men's vault

Yulo is up first in the vault, he's looking to add to the three gold medals he's already won in Hanoi.

1:15pm - Gymnastics coming up

It's the final day of gymnastics today with stand-outs Carlos Yulo and Aleah Finnegan involved.

Finnegan will take part in the women's beam event while for the men it begins with vault, then parallel bars, and horizontal bars.

1:10pm - Women's volleyball: Thailand march to another straight-sets win

Defending champs Thailand dismantle Indonesia to win 3-0: 25-15, 25-12, 25-14.

That's their second game and their second straight-set win.

Locked in.

12:45pm - Philippines men's basketball schedule

The Gilas are after a 14th title in a row, here's their path to gold:

May 16 Philippines vs Thailand, 4pm

May 17 Philippines v Cambodia, 6pm

May 18 Philippines v Singapore, 4pm

May 19 Philippines v Vietnam, 8pm

May 21 Philippines v Malaysia, 12pm

May 22 Philippines v Indonesia, 4pm

12:30pm - Basketball: Philippines women dismiss Indonesia in opening game

The Philippines are reigning champions in both men's and women's competition and the Gilas Women started strong with a comfortable 93-77 victory over Indonesia.

Star player was Afril Bernardino who came close to a double-double as the champs banked winning start.

12:15pm - Men's basketball begins with the Philippines favourites

The men's 5x5 competition starts today with the Gilas Pilipinas after a 14th straight title.

The Gilas Pilipinas will be led by brothers Kiefer and Thirdy Ravena and six-time PBA Most Valuable Player June Mar Fajardo.

They have won 18 gold medals in the history of these Games, more than anyone else by a way, and will be hoping to add a 19th this time around.

The Philippines face Thailand in their opener today at 4pm.

12pm - Badminton: Indonesia v Cambodia

While badminton's big names from Indonesia are resting after making the Thomas Cup final, losing out to India in a big surprise, you can watch the next generation here in Vietnam.

To see who's here you can read our full preview and schedule.

The teams competition starts at the quarter finals stage, and features doubles and singles matches.

11:45am - Badminton: Vietnam v Malaysia team singles

Next up is Vu Thi Anh Thu (VIE) vs. Ong Xin Yee (MAS) in a singles match, streaming here.

11:25am - Badminton: Malaysia comeback to win three-set thriller

Badminton began with a three-set thriller this morning in the Bac Giang Gymnasium as Malaysia's women's doubles team came from a set down to overcome the hosts.

Buoyed by a boisterous local crowd, Vietnam's Hong/Hoai took the first set, but Malaysia's G.P. Kee and Yap Ling composed themselves and took the opener 2-1 in the end.

Malaysia win 12-21, 21-15, 21-16.

10:30am - Women's volleyball live stream: Thailand - Indonesia

Reigning champs Thailand take on Indonesia today, the Thais started their title defence with a commanding 3-0 victory over the Philippines.

The Thais have won every single gold medal at the SEA Games dating back to 1995.

Here's the Thailand - Indonesia live stream.

9:30am - Swimming: Joseph Schooling second in 100 fly heat

Singapore's Rio 2016 gold medallist - the nation's first - is back in the pool today in the 100m butterfly, coming second in his heat behind Thailand's Navaphat Wongcharoen.

He surprised by not swimming the men's 50m butterfly yesterday, but was involved in the 4x100 freestyle relay where Singapore came first but were then disqualified due to a false start.

It would have been his 28th SEA Games gold medal, now that may come today - the final will happen later in the evening session from 6pm Hanoi time.

Stay tuned! We'll try to put a live stream for that final here.

Here's the top six from the heat:

  1. Navaphat Wongcharoen (THA) 53.710
  2. Joseph Schooling (SIN) 54.380
  3. Joe A Wijaya Kurniawan (INA) 54.590
  4. Zheng Wen Quah (SIN) 54.650s
  5. Nguyen Paul Le (VIE) 55.470
  6. Glenn Victor Sutanto (INA) 55.620

9am - Badminton begins: Badminton SEA Games 2022 live stream

The teams competition shuttles badminton centre stage this morning and first up is the hosts against Malaysia in the women's doubles.

Vietnam's Hong/Hoai play Malaysia's G.P. Kee and Yap Ling in women's doubles.

Watch now, it's live streaming here.

8:45am - Preview

Big names, world champs and Olympic heroes star on Day 4.

Carlos Yulo and FilAm gymnast Aleah Finnegan have a final chance to add to their already impressive gymnastics SEA Games gold medal tallies today.

While Singapore's Rio gold medallist Joseph Schooling is after a staggering 28th SEA Games swimming gold medal, here's what to look out for from him in a full swimming preview and schedule.

And get ready for lots of badminton over the coming days, the teams event starts today, here's a preview, schedule and stars to watch.

5x5 Basketball begins today too.

8:30am - What's happening today at the 2022 SEA Games?


Here are a few medal highlights from today's schedule:

Monday 16

  • 7 swimming medal events including women’s 200m free, 50m breast, 200m back and men’s 400m freestyle, 100m fly, 200m backstroke
  •  10 athletics medals including men’s and women’s 110m/100m hurdles and men’s/women’s 4x100m relay
  • Badminton: Men’s and women’s team finals
  • Men’s and women’s team finals
  • Esports: Team Arena of Valor and Team League of Legends
  • Gymnastics: 5 medals including men’s parallel bars, horizontal bars, and women’s beam and floor
  • 10 medals in Pencak silat

Chao boui sang!

Or good morning from Vietnam! And welcome to Day 4 of SEA Games fun in Hanoi, stay with us for all the latest news, interviews, results and live updates.


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