Pacific Games 2023 live medal tally table standings today, medals winners list and results

Pacific Games 2023 live medal tally table standings today, medals winners list and results

Check out the medal tally for the Pacific Games 2023, total medals, gold, silver and bronze 

Following the successful start of the Pacific Games 2023 with a lot of medals, the second day of competition for the XVII Oceania Multisport Championship, which is being held in Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands included events like rugby league 9s, judo, sailing, swimming, and weightlifting.

Pacific Games 2023 live medal tally table standings today, medals winners list, results

On the opening day of the Pacific Games, local competitor Jenly Tegu Wini topped the podium in weightlifting and won the first gold medals at Sol2023.

At the National Stadium, Vanuatu’s women’s rugby league 9s team faced a formidable Tongan team in their maiden Pacific Games match. It was their first ever international rugby league rivalry. There were also many debutants in swimming for the hosts.


Meanwhile, at the conclusion of the fourth day of competition in Honiara, New Caledonia, the 2019 Pacific Games winner, leads the 2023 Pacific Games medal tally. They overtook the Solomon Islands, the competition’s hosts, late on Monday as a result of their superiority in the swimming pool.

A total of 346 medal events across 27 sports are being staged, with Olympic qualifying for the games of boxing and archery as well as Paris 2024 quotas at stake.


Who has won the most medals so far?

At the Pacific Games in the Solomon Islands, where they won half of the medals in the archery competition, New Caledonia has maintained its advantage. The country from the South Pacific now has 28 medals overall, with two golds adding to its eight previous medal total yesterday. Swimming accounts for half of their gold haul. Aussies are second placed with 21 total medal including 11 gold, 7 silver followed by 3 bronze.

With 20 medals total—five gold, eight silver, and six bronze—the host Solomon Islands come in fifth place. They earlier placed second however, Australia, Samoa and Tahiti took the lead.

Team Gold Silver Bronze Total
New Caledonia 17 13 16 46
Australia 11 7 3 21
Samoa 8 1 1 10
Tahiti 5 13 13 31
Solomon Islands 5 9 6 20
Marshall Islands 5 3 0 8
Papua New Guinea 4 4 7 15
Guam 4 0 2 6
Cook Islands 2 0 1 3
F.S. Micronesia 2 0 0 2
New Zealand 1 2 4 7
Northern Mariana Islands 1 1 4 6
Nauru 0 3 3 6
Fiji 0 3 2 5
Tuvalu 0 3 0 3
Vanuatu 0 1 2 3
American Samoa 0 1 0 1
Kiribati 0 0 4 4
Palau 0 0 3 3
Tonga 0 0 3 3