32nd SEA Games: Cambodia Ranks Second with 139 Medals as of May 10

Cambodia, the host country, jumped to second place in the Medal Table of the 32nd SEA Games, after losing the top rank to the third place yesterday.

As of May 10 evening, Cambodia grabbed in total 139 medals, up from 117 yesterday. Of the medals, 47 are gold, 41 are silver and 51 are bronze, according to the latest update of the Cambodian SEA Games Organising Committee (CAMSOC).

The 47 gold medals include 10 in Vovinam, 8 in Kun Bokator, 7 in Kun Khmer, 4 in Chinlone, 3 in Jiu-Jitsu, 2 in Soft Tennis, 2 in E-Sports, 2 in Triathlon, 2 in Pencak Silat, 1 Billiard, 1 in Ouk Chaktrang (Chess), 1 in Basketball, 1 in Cricket, 1 in Karate, and 1 in Wushu, and 1 in Badminton.

Vietnam ranked first with 50 gold, 50 silver and 61 bronze medals, while Thailand went down to the third place with 47 gold, 36 silver and 53 bronze medals.

Indonesia and Singapore sit fourth and fifth with 35 gold, 32 silver and 56 bronze medals; and 27 gold, 23 silver and 25 bronze medals, respectively.

The Philippines came in sixth with 26 gold, 44 silver and 56 bronze medals, followed by Malaysia with 21 gold, 22 silver and 42 bronze medals; Myanmar with 14 gold, 11 silver and 31 bronze medals; Laos with 5 gold, 11 silver and 35 bronze medals; Brunei with 1 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals; and Timor-Leste with 2 bronze medals.

A 1,203-strong Cambodian delegation, including 896 athletes, have been taking part in the 32nd SEA Games that the Kingdom is hosting for the first time in 64 years under the motto “Sport: Living in Peace” from May 5 to 17.

Cambodia bagged 63 medals – nine gold, 13 silver and 41 bronze – in the 31st SEA Games in Vietnam in 2022.

Source: Agence Kampuchea Presse