(Eagle News) — Host country, the Philippines, continued to dominate the 30th Southeast Asian Games as Filipino athletes won 41 gold medals, and a total medal haul of 79, as of 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019.
Some of the games pushed through while outdoor events had to be rescheduled for another day as typhoon Kammuri (TisoyPH) battered the country with strong winds and heavy rains.
As of the 2 p.m. medal tally, the Philippines has 41 golds, 24 silvers and 14 bronze medals.
Vietnam ranks second with 18 golds, 23 silvers and 18 bronze medals for a total of 59 medals.
Third is Indonesia with 10 gold medals, 13 silvers and 13 bronze medals for a total of 35 medals.
Malaysia is fourth with 10 gold medals, but with two silvers and seven bronze medals, for a total medal haul of 19.
Next is Thailand with 6 9 16; Singapore with four golds, nine silvers and nine bronzes; Myanmar with one gold, five silvers, and 18 bronze medals; Brunei Darussalam with one gold, four silvers and five bronzes; Cambodia with also one gold, three silvers and 17 bronzes; and Laos with two bronze medals.
Only Timor Leste has not won a medal yet.
As of 2 p.m. of Day 3, the total medals awarded to winning athletes were 303 — 92 golds, 92 silvers and 119 bronze medals — in the 30th SEA Games hosted by the Philippines.