DECEMBER 10, 2019 — The Philippines is expected to emerge the overall Southeast Asian (SEA) Games champion on its 30th edition in Manila, breaking its record 14 years ago as it continued to collect more gold medals in the penultimate day of the biennial multi-sports festival.
The host country has exceeded the 112 gold medals it harvested in the SEA Games when it also hosted in 2005.
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As of today, aftrer almost two weeks of games, Team Philippines has reaped a total of 372 medals with 144 gold, 113 silver, and 115 bronze.
Eric Cray ruled the men’s 400 meters hurdle, successfully defending his SEA Games title with a 50.21-second in athletics
Sibol’s Caviar Napoleon “EnDerr” Ocampo also won the country’s third gold medal in esports after dominating in StarCraft II.
Here is the running list of medalists on Day 10:
– Eric Ang, Carlos Carag, and Alexander Topacio (men’s trap event in shooting)
– Caviar Napoleon “EnDerr” Ocampo (StarCraft II)
– Eric Cray (men’s 400m hurdle in athletics)
– Gina Iniong (women’s kickboxing)
– Annie Ramirez (women’s -55kg in jiu-jitsu)
– Adrian Guggenheim (men’s -77kg in jiu-jitsu)
– Mark Harry Diones (men’s triple jump in athletics)
– Karol Maguide (women’s -51kg full contact in kickboxing)
– Luigi Ladera (men’s 94kg in jiu-jitsu)
– Carlos Carag (men’s trap event in shooting)
– Richard Gonzales (men’s singles in table tennis)
– Joida Gagnao (women’s 5000m event)
The 30th SEA Games is set to officially end tomorrow during the closing rites at the New Clark City Athletics Stadium in Tarlac.