SEA Games: Singapore medallists and medal table

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The Singapore contingent enters the My Dinh Stadium during the Hanoi SEA Games opening ceremony.
The Singapore contingent enters the My Dinh Stadium during the Hanoi SEA Games opening ceremony. (PHOTO: Reuters/Navesh Chitrakar)

SINGAPORE — Here are the medal winners from Singapore, as well as the overall medal table for the Hanoi SEA Games. Check back daily for updates:

Team Singapore

Gold medallists (47) - Archery: Contessa Loh (women's compound). Athletics: Shanti Pereira (women's 200m). Billiards sports: Peter Gilchrist/Alex Puan (men's English Billiards doubles). Bowling: Cherie Tan (women's singles), Cherie Tan/New Hui Fen (women's doubles), women's team. Canoeing: Lucas Teo (men's K1 1,000m), Lucas Teo/Brandon Ooi (men's K2 1,000m). Fencing: Elle Koh (women's epee), Jonathan Au Eong (men's foil), women's epee and foil team, men's epee and foil team. Jujitsu: Noah Lim (men's U-69kg). Shooting: Teh Xiu Hong (women's 25m pistol), Teh Xiu Hong/Teo Shun Xie/Amanda Mak (women's 10m air pistol team). Silat: Iqbal Abdul Rahman (men's tunggal), Nurul Suhaila (women's tanding E), Hazim Yusli (men's tanding C), Sheik Farhan Sheik Alau'ddin (men's tanding J). Swimming: Quah Jing Wen (women's 200m fly, 200m IM, 100m fly), Quah Ting Wen (women's 100m free), Quah Zheng Wen (men's 100m back, 100m free, 50m back). Gan Ching Hwee (women's 200m free, 400m free, 800m free, 1,500m free), Teong Tzen Wei (men's 50m fly, 50m free), Joseph Schooling (men's 100m fly), Letitia Sim (women's 50m breast, 100m breast), Maximillian Ang (men's 200m breast), men's 4x100m medley, women's 4x100m free, 4x100m medley, 4x200m free. Table tennis: Clarence Chew/Ethan Poh (men's doubles), Koen Pang/Wong Xin Ru (mixed doubles). Wushu: Chan Jun Kai (men's taijijian), Kimberly Ong (women's daoshu/gunshu). Xiangqi: Alvin Woo (men's standard)

Silver medallists (44) - Athletics: Michelle Sng (women's high jump), Ang Cheng Xiang (men's 110m hurdles), Shanti Pereira (women's 100m). Billiards sports: Peter Gilchrist (men's English Billiards singles), Jessica Tan (women's 9-ball pool singles). Bowling: Muhammad Jaris Goh/Timothy Tham (men's doubles). Chess: Tin Jingyao (men's rapid), Gong Qianyun (women's rapid). Cycling: Luo Yiwei (women's individual time trial). Diving: Avvir Tham (men's 1m springboard), Jonathan Chan/Max Lee (men's 10m synchronised springboard), Ong Rei En/Ong Sze En (women's 10m synchronised springboard). Esports: Women's League of Legends Wild Rift (Mobile) team. Fencing: Kiriah Tikanah Abdul Rahman (women's epee), Maxine Wong (women's foil), Jessica Ong (women's sabre), women's sabre team. Golf: Aloysa Atienza (women's individual). Gymnastics (artistic): Terry Tay (men's floor exercise). Jujitsu: Tang Yong Siang (men's U-56kg). Shooting: Lionel Wong (men's 10m air rifle), Fernel Tan/Gai Tianrui (mixed 10m air rifle). Silat: Hazim Zaque/Haziq Zaque (men's ganda), Sheik Ferdous Sheik Alau'ddin (men's tanding G), Abdul Raazaq Abdul Rashid (men's tanding F). Swimming: Maximillian Ang (men's 100m breast), Letitia Sim (women's 200m IM), Jonathan Tan (men's 100m free, 50m free), Christie Chue (women's 200m breast), Mikkel Lee (men's 50m fly), Quah Zheng Wen (men's 100m fly, 200m free), Quah Ting Wen (women's 50m fly, 100m fly), Amanda Lim (women's 50m free). Table tennis: Zeng Jian/Clarence Chew (mixed doubles), Zeng Jian/Zhou Jingyi (women's doubles), women's team. Wrestling: Gary Chow (men's freestyle 86kg). Wushu: Jowen Lim (men's changquan, daoshu/gunshu), Zoe Tan (women's daoshu/gunshu). Xiangqi: Ngo Lan Huong/Low Yi Hao (blitz team).

Bronze medallists (64) - Archery: Madeleine Ong (women's compound). Athletics: Goh Chui Ling (women's 1,500m, 10,000m), Tan Zong Yang (men's 400m), Calvin Quek (men's 400m hurdles), Marc Brian Louis (men's 100m), men's 4x100m, 4x400m. Badminton: Men's and women's team. Billiards sports: Toh Lian Han (men's 9-ball pool singles), Aloysius Yapp (men's 9-ball pool singles, 10-ball pool singles), Sharik Aslam Sayed (men's 10-ball pool singles). Bowling: New Hui Fen (women's singles), Cheah Ray Han/Darren Ong (men's doubles), men's team. Chess: Tin Jingyao (men's standard, men's blitz), Gong Qianyun (women's blitz). Cycling: Yeo Boon Kiak (men's criterium). Diving: Fong Kay Yian (women's 3m springboard). Esports: Men's Wild Rift (Mobile) team, mixed Mobile Legends Bang Bang Team. Fencing: Chan Phu Xien (men's sabre), Cheung Kemei (women's foil), Simon Lee (men's epee), Jolie Lee (women's sabre), men's sabre team. Gymnastics (artistic): Nadine Joy Nathan (women's uneven bars), men's and women's team. Judo: Lee Song Lim/Vincent Tang (men's kodokan goshin jutsu). Jujitsu: Fiona Toh (women's 62kg). Shooting: Adele Tan/Fernal Tan/Natanya Tan (women's 10m air rifle team), Siti Mastura (women's trap), Martina Veloso (women's 50m rifle 3 positions). Silat: Nur Azlyana Ismail/Sharifah Shazza Shamsuri (women's ganda), Iffah Batrisiya Noh/Amirah Sahrin/Nur Ashikin Zulkifli (women's regu), Syakir Jefftry (men's tanding H), Siti Khatijah (women's tanding F). Swimming: Ashley Lim (women's 800m), Letitia Sim (women's 200m breast), Glen Lim (men's 400m free), Chan Zi Yi (women's 200m free), Christie Chue (women's 50m breast, 100m breast), Quah Jing Wen (women's 50m fly), Maximillian Ang (men's 50m breast, 200m IM), Quah Ting Wen (women's 50m free), Ong Jung Yi (men's 200m fly), men's 4x200m free. Table tennis: Koen Pang/Josh Chua (men's doubles), Zeng Jian (women's singles), Clarence Chew (men's singles), men's team. Taekwondo: Dixon Ho/Brandon Low/Darren Yap (men's poomsae team), Isabel Felipa Rivas (women's U-46kg), Nichelle Tan (women's U-53kg). Wrestling: Timothy Loh (men's greco-roman 130kg). Wushu: Chan Jun Kai (men's taijiquan). Xiangqi: Alvin Woo/Low Yi Hao (rapid team), Ngo Lan Huong (women's standard).

Order

Country

Gold

Silver

Bronze

1

Vietnam

164

97

96

2

Thailand

67

78

108

3

Indonesia

50

70

64

4

Singapore

47

44

64

5

Philippines

43

59

93

6

Malaysia

36

40

80

7

Myanmar

8

15

22

8

Cambodia

7

9

26

9

Laos

1

7

22

10

Brunei

1

1

1

11

Timor Leste

0

2

1

 

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