SEA Games: Medals table


JAKARTA—Medals table at the 26th Southeast Asian Games on Monday.

Gold Silver Bronze Total

Indonesia 171 147 136 454

Thailand 105 95 118 318

Vietnam 96 90 101 287

Malaysia 59 48 77 184

Singapore 42 45 73 160

Philippines 36 56 77 169

Myanmar 16 27 35 78

Laos 9 12 36 57

Cambodia 4 11 24 39

East Timor 1 1 6 8

Brunei 0 4 7 11

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  • wolf pack

    GO GO GO SEA Games kayo naman siguro lalampas sa Pinas…

  • Anonymous

    #6 after Singapore? Gosh! What a shame!
    …and all these great suggestions & solutions that are voiced out here seem to get stuck … 

  • Patricia cimeni

    GO PHILIPPINES GO! 9 MORE MEDALS TO BE THE 5TH PLACER AND comment ko lang rin sa mga masasama ang mga comment diyan you should appreciate it because its not easy to go to an asian games.. kung kayo nga hindi kayo makapaglaro sa bansa puro lang kayo technology, technology ano ba yan’ 

    So for me I’m really really glad na ang PHILIPPINES ang naging top 6 but i think may pag-asa pa tayo na maging top 5 =) 


  • Anonymous


    tanungin mo kung magkano
    isinusweldo sa mga sports officials?

    malaki na
    non performing pa

    abolish all sports councils
    centralize into one organization
    concentrate funds only for performing athletes
    for now
    if funds increase, add more athletes

  • Marlyn De vera

    SPORTS is not a priority of PNoy government, most of the athletes like the boxers. Smart Gilas, Smart Sinag are beneficiaries of Manny V Pangilinan.  Even Singapore a very small coutry beats us how disgusting. Alisin na yan si Peping Cojuangco dyan. We must support our athletes, they give honor to our country especially the gold medalist when they raise our Filipino Flag during awarding ceremonies. 
    Ang mahirap kasi dito sa administrasyon hindi talaga alam kung ano ang priorities tama yung sinabi ng isang blogger PSP lang at  Kulong Gloria ang inaatupag.

  • Anonymous

    To win in international sports requires huge investments.  I remember the mighty East German Olympic team and other “iron Curtain” athletes who were full-time professional athletes who the Americans always complained about. But USA Sports got smart, so they changed a lot of “amateur rules” so that today, there is no distinction of an amateur and professional athlete in international sports. However, in the PH, many of these obsolete sporting rules still exists because of corrupt sports officials wanting to control the flow or govt and private funds to the athletes.  Look at swimming, P30M spent in govt funds on swimming pools but ZERO Gold medals in the SEA Games. I used to remember when PH Swimming used to get Gold medals in the Asian Games and we could compete with Japan, China and the best of Asia. Today we can’t even win in our little part of the world.  There should be accountability – fire all sports officials and put professional managers that will develop grass roots sports instead of looking for imports.

  • Adrian

    And that woman, Abigail Valte, had the nerve to say that “Malacanang lauds Pinoy athletes in the SEA games.”  So we’re happy that we were 6th place, that even tiny Singapore whose popn is 6% of ours, is ahead of the medal tally? I don’t have, and I will never have faith in the PNoy administration, as PNoy is beholden to the oligarchy and his KKK.  ABS-CBN and PDI have done a great job of misleading the Filipino people and making a non-leader, non-performer that is PNoy win the 2010 election. We cannot expect balanced news from the Lopez-owned ABS CBN and PDI as these two are known supporters of Noynoy and Cory. They have done a great disservice to the people by subjecting GMA to trial by publicity.

  • Anonymous

    Magaling talaga ang pinoy. Iba dito sourgraping. Noon daw may daya kasi madaya referree kay top ang Pinas. ahahaha.

    Kabobohan! Gusto lang pag takpan ang bulok na administrasyong ito! Pwe!

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