SINGAPORE -- Eric Shawn Cray and Kayla Richardson ran in red, white, and blue, and won 100-meter golds for the Philippines at the Southeast Asian Games.

Cray won in a personal-best 10.25 seconds, two-tenths of a second clear of Boby Yaspi, who edged Indonesia teammate Iswandi for silver in a photo finish. It was a good outing for Cray, who ran an Olympic qualifying time for the 400-meter hurdles last month and was using the sprint to work on his top-end speed.

The 17-year-old Richardson was slow out of the blocks in the subsequent women's race but came home strongly, dipping late to edge Wannakit Tassaporn in a photo-finish, completing a sprint double for Filipino-Americans.

"I feel if you have Filipino blood, if you cherish the traditions of the Philippines ... It's a great honor for me to be able to represent and I'm just happy they allow me to," said Cray, who lived in Olongapo as a child before moving to the United States, where he now trains in Texas. "My mother is a Filipino — I just enjoy being able to represent my country, my mother's country, and it just makes me proud. I hope I can make them proud, too."

Richardson, coming off a track season at high school in California, was born in the U.S. to a Filipino mother, and said her parents and grandparents always encouraged her to follow her dreams.

It took minutes to declare the winner of her race at Singapore's National Stadium, but Richardson was quietly confident.

"I was just like, 'Can we hurry up?'" she said. "I didn't want to celebrate and see that I got second place."

Caleb Stuart's meet-record 65.63 meters to win the hammer throw gave the Philippines three gold medals in the track-and-field competition. Thailand also had three, including Purahong Porranot's meet-record 5:30 in the pole vault, and Vietnam and Indonesia each had two.

Muhammad Hakimi Ismail won the triple jump for Malaysia in a meet-record 16.76 meters.

The pool delivered more gold to the host nation, with Joseph Schooling collecting his fifth and sixth gold medals of the games with victories in the 100 butterfly and the 4x100 freestyle relay.

The Texas-based Schooling is swimming in nine events in Singapore to warm up for the world championships, which start next month, and so far has won six from six.

Nguyen Thi Anh Vien also has won six gold medals in Singapore, winning both the 200 butterfly and 200 freestyle in meet records on Tuesday. She also has won a silver medal and a bronze, and her program isn't finished yet.

Elsewhere, Olympic bronze medalist Pandalela Rinong won the women's 10-meter platform to complete a Malaysian sweep of the eight diving gold medals at the SEA Games.

Pandalela, the first Malaysian woman to win an Olympic medal in a sport other than badminton, won the event for the third straight SEA Games. She scored 353 in the last event, beating teammate Loh Zhiayi by 47.75.

In the men's synchronized three-meter springboard, Ooi Tze Liang picked up his fourth gold medal of the games when he combined with Ahmad Amsyar Azman to win with a total of 409.56.

Singapore twins Mark and Tim Lee led after two dives but finished second with 381.78.

Larasati Gading won the women's individual dressage competition for Indonesia, giving her two equestrian gold medals at the games.

Nearing the end of the fourth official day of competition, Singapore led the standings with 52 gold medals and 149 overall. Thailand moved into second spot with 38 gold medals, five clear of third-place Vietnam, and 17 ahead of Malaysia. Indonesia had 17 gold medals, the Philippines moved into fifth place with 12, and Myanmar had 10. (AP)