Southeast Asian Games (SEA) 2023 live medal tally table, standings, medals winners list, results, schedule May 8

Southeast Asian Games (SEA) 2023 live medal tally table, standings, medals winners list, results, schedule May 8

Know the schedule, date, time, venue, medal tally, standings, & streaming details of the 2023 Southeast Asian Games (SEA)

Cambodia won the men’s 3×3 basketball competition at the Southeast Asian Games, increasing their gold medal total, while Vietnam won the women’s competition in Phnom Penh. To secure a 29th gold for the host nation, Dorsey Darrinray, Sayeed Pridgett, Brandon Jerome Peterson, & Chhorath Tep worked together.

Southeast Asian Games (SEA) 2023 live medal tally table, standings, medals winners list, results and schedule May 8

Jessa Khan, who was reared in the United States, was given the challenge of winning gold for her grandmother’s country before the 2023 Southeast Asian Games ever got underway. Although Khan was heartbroken to lose her ne-waza gi 52kg final clash against Jenna Kaila Napolis, she was given another chance at gold medal in ne-waza nogi 52kg event. Meggie Ochoa was Khan’s opponent in the Sunday final and although the Philippian was considered formidable challenger, Khan won with ease and in a boisterous atmosphere that had the Chroy Changvar Centre rocking.

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When he steps onto the track for the 400m hurdles at the SEA Games 2023 at the Morodok Techo Athletics Stadium on Thursday, Eric Cray of the Philippines will be looking for his sixth consecutive SEA Games gold. With the Paris 2024 Olympic qualification approaching, the 32nd SEA Games precede an especially demanding year for Asian athletes.

The current leader in the standings is the host nation of Cambodia, which has 74 total medals won, including 30 gold ones. Due to their great performance on Sunday, Thailand increased their medal total to 57 medals, including 16 gold medals, and are now ranked second overall in the medal standings.

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Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cambodia 30 21 23 74
2  Thailand 16 17 24 57
3  Indonesia 16 11 24 51
4  Philippines 14 20 21 55
5  Vietnam 14 19 27 60
6  Singapore 9 6 13 28
7  Malaysia 6 10 14 30
8  Myanmar 5 2 18 25
9  Laos 3 5 21 29
10  Brunei 0 1 2 3
11  East Timor 0 0 2 2
Total 113 112 189 414

When & Where to Watch: live streaming & telecast

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Interested viewers can watch all the action on Cambodia Sports Television even though live broadcasts of this competition won’t be available on Indian television channels.

Country Channel
Cambodia CSTV, TVK, CTN, Bayon TV, TV5, PNN, Hang Meas
Brunei RTB
Indonesia RCTI, iNews, MNCTV
Philippines TV5 Network, Cignal TV, Smart Communications
Singapore Mediacorp
Thailand Channel 9, One 31, GMM25, T Sports, TrueID
Vietnam VTV, K+, FPT, HTV, Vieon, VTVcab
Malaysia RTM Sukan, TV Okey
Myanmar Skynet , MNTV , Channel 9 , Mrtv , Channel 9, Channel Me

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