Know the schedule, date, time, venue, medal tally, standings, & streaming details of the 2023 Southeast Asian Games (SEA)
After some nail-biting events on Monday at the 2023 Southeast Asian Games, Thailand has moved to second position with total of 94 medals including 30 gold medals. However, hosts Cambodia retained their stronghold on the top position as they have already bagged century of medals including 37 gold medals.
Southeast Asian Games (SEA) 2023 live medal tally table, standings, medals winners list, results today and schedule May 9
⚛ #SEAGames2023 | Athletics
▪ Ernest John Obiena of the Philippines 🇵🇭 captures his third straight 🥇 gold medal in men's pole vault with a new meet record of 5.65m.
— SEA Sports News (@sea_sports_news) May 8, 2023
At the Southeast Asian Games in 2023, Thailand’s Soraoat Dapbang won the men’s 200-meter race. Following a thrilling final in Phnom Penh, Dapbang crossed the finish line first on Monday in 20.62 seconds, followed by Vietnam’s Ngoc Nghia Ngan and Indonesia’s Lalu Zohri. Meanwhile, teenage sensation Puripol Boonson, pulled up in the final 50 meters with what appeared to be a hamstring injury, thereby ending his title defense. Some of the track and field competitions were later postponed due to heavy rain, including the men’s pole vault, which was moved to Tuesday. Ernest John Obiena, a world bronze medalist in the pole vault, is expected to win his third gold medal at the SEA Games.
All eyes were on the 21-year-old when Malaysia’s top divers Pandela Rinong, Nur Dhabitah Sabri, and Cheong Jun Hoong decided not to compete in the 2023 SEA Games in order to make place for others. And Bong did not disappoint, winning the 3-meter springboard competition on Monday. Kimberly was happy to win one of the two medals awarded to Malaysian competitors; Ong Ker Ying won the bronze. With their victory on Monday, Malaysia has now won the women’s 3m springboard competition at each SEA Games since Cheong Jun Hoong won the gold in 2011.
When & Where to Watch: live streaming & telecast
Even though live broadcasts of this competition won’t be available on Indian television outlets, interested spectators can follow all the action on Cambodia Sports Television. On Tuesday, fans will be able to witness some of the decisive cricket and football matches.
|Cambodia||CSTV, TVK, CTN, Bayon TV, TV5, PNN, Hang Meas|
|Indonesia||RCTI, iNews, MNCTV|
|Philippines||TV5 Network, Cignal TV, Smart Communications|
|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|