Provisional Medal Tally

17 November, 2011 | Source: ANTARA News

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Following is the provisional overall medal tally of the 26th SEA Games 2011, up to 11 pm Wednesday:

Gold Silver Bronze Total

1.Indonesia 87 65 70 222

2.Vietnam 54 55 59 168

3.Thailand 52 41 59 152

4.Singapore 29 32 46 107

5.Malaysia 28 25 44 97

6.Philippines 15 28 34 77

7.Laos 5 3 19 27

8.Cambodia 3 9 11 23

9.Myanmar 1 12 16 29

10.Brunei 0 1 6 7

11.Timor Leste 0 0 1 1


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