The Philippines’ Standing in each SEA Games Since 1977

The first South East Asian Games was held in December 12 to 17, 1959 in Thailand, but the Philippines did not participate until 1977 in Malaysia.

The SEA Games is a biennial sports event, meaning it happens every two years. There are 11 participating nations in the said event, and they are Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Liste and Vietnam.

Below is the tally of all the medals from gold, silver and bronze since it joined the SEA Games in 1977.

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1977 Kuala Lumpur 31 30 30 91 3
1979 Jakarta 24 31 38 93 4
1981 Manila 55 55 77 187 3
1983 Singapore 49 48 53 150 2
1985 Bangkok 43 54 32 129 3
1987 Jakarta 59 78 69 206 3
1989 Kuala Lumpur 26 37 64 127 5
1991 Manila 91 62 84 237 2
1993 Singapore 57 59 72 188 3
1995 Chiang Mai 33 48 64 145 3
1997 Jakarta 43 57 109 209 4
1999 Bandar Seri Begawan 20 26 41 87 5
2001 Kuala Lumpur 31 65 67 163 5
2003 Hanoi 49 55 75 179 4
2005 Manila 113 84 94 291 1
2007 Nakhon Ratchasima 41 91 96 228 6
2009 Vientiane 38 35 51 124 5
2011 Jakarta 36 56 77 169 6
2013 Napyidaw 29 34 38 101 7
2015 Singapore 29 36 66 131 6
2017 Kuala Lumpur 23 33 64 120 6
2019 Philippines 149 117 121 387 1
Total 1,069 1,191 1,482 3,742

 

 

The Philippines has participated in the biennial game 22 times since 1977.

Below is the all time medal standings of the Philippines and is in fourth place as of 2019.

 
Rank NOC Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Thailand (THA) 2254 1930 1943 6127
2  Indonesia (INA) 1824 1703 1780 5307
3  Malaysia (MAS) 1303 1273 1685 4261
4  Philippines (PHI) 1067 1193 1477 3737
5  Singapore (SGP) 947 1002 1363 3312
6  Vietnam (VIE) 928 867 990 2785
7  Myanmar (MYA) 564 741 992 2297
8  Cambodia (CAM) 69 115 258 442
9  Laos (LAO) 69 93 319 481
10  Brunei (BRU) 14 55 163 232
11  East Timor (TLS) 3 6 26 35
Totals (11 NOCs) 9042 8978 10996 29016

Source: OCAsia and Wikipedia