DECEMBER 3, 2019 — Filipino athletes on Tuesday continued to harvest more medals on the third day of the biennial regional multi-sports events to widen the host country’s lead in the medal table of the 30th Southeast Asian Games.
As of 5:00 p.m.. the Philippines won a total of 95 medals consisting of 47 golds, 31 silvers, and 17 bronzes.
The country has already exceeded its gold medal haul from the previous SEA Games where it only clinched 24.
Here is the running list of medalists on Day 3:
– Crisamuel Delfin (men’s open weapon non-traditional forms category)
– Agatha Wong (wushu taolu taijijian)
– Mary Allin Aldeguer (women’s arnis open weapon non-traditional forms)
– Divine Wally (women’s wushu sanda 48kg)
– Jessie Aligaga (men’s wushu sanda 48kg)
– Arnel Mandal (men’s wushu sanda 52kg)
– Francisco Solis (men’s wushu sanda 56kg)
– Clemente Tagubara, Jr. (men’s wushu sanda 65kg)
– Carlos Yulo (men’s floor exercise in artistic gymnastics)
– Margaret Colonia (women’s 59kg. weightlifting)
– Mary Francine Padios (women’s pencak silat seni tunggal)
– Ryssa Jezzel Sanchez (women’s open weapon traditional forms category)
– Mark David Puzon (men’s anyo traditional open weapon final)
– Fred Padua (men’s wushu sanda 60kg)
– Elreen Ann Ando (women’s 64kg division in weightlifting)
– Carlos Yulo (men’s pommel horse in artistic gymnastics)
– CJ Concepcion (men’s fencing individual sabre)
– Carlos Yulo (men’s still rings in artistic gymnastics)
– Johnzenth Gajo, Jones Inso, and Thornton Sayan (men’s final taolu duilian)
– Nestor Colonia (men’s 67kg division in weightlifting)
This is a developing story.