PHL still on top after Day 4 of SEA Games with 119 total medals, 56 of them gold

Medal tally of the 30th SEA Games as of end of Day 4, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019. (Courtesy 2019 SEA Games website)


(Eagle News) – The Philippines continued to dominate the 30th Southeast Asian Games after Day 4, on Wednesday, Dec. 4, with 56 gold medals, 41 silver medals and 22 bronze medals.

The Philippines now has a total medal haul of 119.

It is followed by Vietnam with 27 golds, 32 silvers and 33 bronze medals; Malaysia with 21 golds, 12 silvers and 22 bronze medals; and Singapore with 18 golds, 12 silvers, and 20 bronze medals.

Indonesia is in fifth ranking with 17 gold medals, 27 silvers, and 29 bronzes.

Sixth is Thailand with 11 gold medals, 15 silvers and 22 bronzes.

At seventh place is Myanmar with one gold, six silvers and 20 bronzes; followed by Brunei Darussalam with one gold, five silvers and five bronzes; and
Cambodia with also one gold, three silvers and 17 bronze medals.

At 10th place is Lao PDR with six bronzes.

Timor Leste, meanwhile, has not yet won a medal in the games.