(Eagle News) — The Philippines leads the medal tally for the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) on Sunday, Dec. 1, with 21 golds, 11 silvers and seven bronze medals, for a total of 39 medals, as of 10 p.m.
The host country won gold medals in the following sports (renew for updates):
1. men’s triathlon event, John Chicano;
2. women’s wushu, Agatha Wong;
3. women’s triathlon, Kim Mangrobang;
4. dancesport – single dance waltz, Mark Jayson Gayon and Mary Joy Renigen;
5. dancesport – single dance tango, Sean Mischa Aranar and Ana Leonila Nualla;
6. dancesport – single slow foxtrot, Mark Jayson Gayon and Marj Joy Renigen;
7. dancesport – single dance Viennese waltz, Sean Mischa Aranar and Ana Leonila Nualla;
8. arnis – full combat live stick, Dexler Bolamba;
9. sepak takraw – women’s hoop event
10. sepak takraw – men’s hoop event
11. men’s arnis – featherweight full combat livestick, Niño Mark Talledo
12. men’s arnis, men’s lightweight live stick match, Villardo Canumay
Vietnam followed the Philippines in the medal tally with 8 golds, 12 silvers, and 7 bronze medals.
Malaysia follows with four golds, one silver and two bronze medals. Next is Thailand with three golds, four silvers and eight bronze medals; Singapore with three golds, three silvers and five bronze medals; Indonesia with one gold, two silvers and four bronze medals; Cambodia with three silvers and six bronze medals; Myanmar with two silvers and seven bronze medals; and Brunei Darussalam with two silvers and one bronze medal