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From December 6 to 15, 2007, 9 days of non-stop coverage 24 hours live nationwide and worldwide via satellite on all media platforms – Television, Radio, Internet via Facebook and Youtube on PC, smartphones and tablets. GMA-7 and RHTV are the Official TV Network and Rappler is the Official Webcast Partner of this event and bringing Live Chat Updates from Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. The replay of 2007 Southeast Asian Games swimming competitions (morning heats and evening finals) will be uploaded via Rappler’s official YouTube channel.
The Swimming competition was held from 7 to 11 December and featured 32 events.
4-time swimming gold medalist Miguel Molina was named the Most Valuable Male Player of the 2007 SEA Games, the third Filipino (and also the third Filipino swimmer) to bag the major award for outstanding SEA Games performance after Akiko Thomson in 1989 Kuala Lumpur Games and Eric Buhain in the 1991 Manila Games.
While Guidicelli, Sy, Bumgarmer, Pastor and Huang in Manila with Sen. Cayetano, Go, Abrera, Protacio, Diaz, Joven dela Merced, Magsaysay, San Diego and Tayao-Cabrera, is no less than Enchong Dee, who participated at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games swimming competitions at the Aquatic Center, His Majesty the King’s 80th Birthday Anniversary Stadium, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. He was in lane 8 of men’s 100-meter butterfly finals on December 9, 2007 at past 6:29 p.m. local time (7:29 p.m. Manila time).
Pia Arcangel, Arnold Clavio, Mike Enriquez, Angelique Lazo, Vicky Morales, Connie Sison, Jessica Soho and Mel Tiangco will anchor the sports coverage for the 2007 Southeast Asian Games in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand – “A Time for Heroes”. This coverage will run on all platforms (TV, Radio, Mobile, Internet and YouTube) from December 6 to 15, 2007 on GMA-7 and Q channel 11.
Arcangel, Clavio, Enriquez, Lazo, Morales, Sison, Soho and Tiangco was at the GMA Broadway Centrum Westside Studios in Quezon City along with Patricia Bermudez-Hizon, Christine Jacob-Sandejas and Chino Trinidad in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand for the live special TV coverage, Dyan Castillejo, Boom Gonzales, TJ Manotoc and Mozzy Ravena of ABS-CBN News, Rico Hizon of BBC World, Christine Ong of Channel NewsAsia and Marga Ortigas of Al Jazeera are reporting live from same city for the last nine days.
The primetime drama series of two networks were pushed back for up to two hours.
This coverage would compare the 1995 visit of Pope John Paul II for the 10th world youth day in Manila.
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