The Philippines ended Day 6 of the 30th Southeast Asian Games just as strongly as they started. With 72 gold medals, 55 silver medals, and 50 bronze medals totaling to 176 medals overall, the Philippines has kept a significant lead over all the other competing countries.
According to the official SEA Games 2019 tally, Indonesia follows for the second rank with 40 gold medals, 41 silver medals, and 47 bronze medals. They overtook Vietnam earlier in the day by winning an astounding 13 gold medals. Vietnam now sits in the third rank with 38 gold medals, 41 silver medals, and 47 bronze medals.
At the close of day 6 of the 2019 SEA Games, the Philippines maintains the top spot in the medal tally with 71 golds and…
The Philippines began the day by winning 4 gold medals in the morning. Mervin Guarte and Sandi Abahan claimed a gold each in the individual obstacle course race. Christine Hallasgo took her gold medal home for women’s marathon as Michael Comaling did for the beach triathlon.
Bianca Pagdanganan won the gold in the women’s individual golf event later in the afternoon while Mariya Takahashi won the round-robin women’s under-70-kilogram judo competition. The team of Jemyca Aribado, Robert Andrew Garcia, and Reymark Begornia rounded out the day’s gold medal haul by beating Singapore’s squash team.
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