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

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

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

Thanks to their stellar performance in the swimming competition, Singapore have amassed five gold medals on Saturday and currently sit sixth in the medal tally. Meanwhile, hosts Cambodia have maintained their stronghold on the top position with ten gold medals more than nearest rivals Philippines.

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

The Southeast Asian Games 2023’s first night of swimming competition featured five finals at the Morodok Techo Stadium Aquatic Centre. Singapore won seven medals, and hosts Cambodia received a loud cheer when they competed in the only event of the day on Saturday—the 4x100m free relay. Vietnam’s Tran Hung Nguyen successfully defended his championship in the men’s 200-meter individual medley with a time of 2:01.28. Tan Jonathan Eu Jin (48.80) and Quah Zheng Wen (48.99), both of whom achieved personal bests, helped Singapore dominate the men’s 100m freestyle final.


The marathon competitions at the 2023 Southeast Asian Games began at daybreak on Saturday, May 6, and wound through the renowned Angkor Wat on unquestionably one of the most beautiful routes in the entire world. Agus Prayogo and Odekta Elvina Naibaho, the winners in the men’s and women’s competitions, added two more medals to the count of Indonesian athletes at the SEA Games.

The top spot in the most recent standings belongs to the hosts, Cambodia, who have won 50 medals overall, 20 of them gold. As a result of their outstanding performance on Saturday, which enabled them win a total of 34 medals including 10 gold ones, the Philippines have moved up to second place.

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cambodia 20 13 17 50
2  Philippines 10 9 15 34
3  Indonesia 10 7 29 46
4  Vietnam 7 14 21 42
5  Thailand 7 11 18 36
6  Singapore 5 2 5 12
7  Laos 3 4 10 17
8  Myanmar 3 1 15 19
9  Malaysia 2 2 13 17
10  Brunei 0 0 2 2
 East Timor 0 0 2 2
Total 67 63 147 277

When & Where to Watch: live streaming & telecast


Although live broadcasts of this competition won’t be available on Indian television outlets, interested spectators can follow all the action on Cambodia Sports Television.

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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