Dines Dumaan defeats Indon rival to bag pencak silat gold in SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR — Dines Dumaan won gold in tanding in the pencak silat competitions in the  29th Southeast Asian Games, beating Indonesia’s Firman in the 45-50kg Class A final on Tuesday at the Bukit Kiara Sports Complex.

It was pencak silat's first gold in the SEA Games since Earl Buenviaje topped the tanding Class F 70-75kg category in 2005 in Manila.

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