The SEA Games 2019 are now done and dusted with. Over two weeks, ASEAN’s best competed in over fifty sports, hoping to bag a medal for their country in the process. Hosts Philippines finished as the nation with the highest count of gold medals. Here is the final medal tally and standings table.
The SEA Games is finally here! The opening ceremony took place on November 30, but the games had already begun a week earlier. For instance, The football tournament for both men’s and women’s team is underway while some of the other events have started.
Nearly ten thousand athletes from Southeast Asia took part in fifty-six sports. A total of five hundred and thirty-events took place and the Philippines finished as the nation with most gold medals and they effectively ‘won’ the SEA Games 2019.
The 2019 edition of the games saw the return of some popular sports, such as Football and Badminton. However, for the first time ever, E-Sports was also included in the roster, with games like DOTA 2 and Tekken 7 contested.
Note: This is the final Medal Tally, sourced from SEA Games 2019’s official website.