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The All-Time Multisport Medal Tally at the Southeast Asian Games

Multisport is back in a big way at the 2023 Southeast Asian Games in Cambodia.   For the first time in the biennial meet, aquathlon was included in the competition.   Here is hoping that the 3 multisport disciplines will stay for good in the competition list of the games in Southeast Asia.

AsiaTRI compiled all the medal tally from the sport of Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquathlon in the Southeast Asian Games, all under the stewardship of World Triathlon-the governing body of these multisport disciplines.

The Philippines continues to lord it over the SEA Games tally, winning Gold at more than half the total competition (27 total).   Indonesia is the most-improved country; all their 15 medals came from the last 3 SEA games, starting in 2019.  The most bemedalled individual in this tally is Filipina triathlete Kim Mangrobang who accounts for a third of the gold medals and 2 silvers plus a gold medal in mixed relay triathlon competition.

Come September this year when the 2022 Asian Games will be held in China, we will put up the all-time medal tally of the triathlon competition in the Asian Games.

2005 SEAG

The 2005 Southeast Asian Games was held in the Philippines at different venues.   The Triathlon competition was held at Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines.

Men’s Elite

Gold  Cheng Jing Hean (Singapore) 0:18:33   1:02:02   0:38:04   1:58:41.14

Silver  Loh Yeong Shang (Malaysia)  0:20:33  1:04:47   0:36:51  2:02:12.63

Bronze  Arland Macasieb (Philippines)  0:20:43  1:04:26  0:39:20  2:04:30.40

 

Women’s Elite

Gold  Kimberley Yap Fui Li  (Malaysia) 0:19:04    1:10:36  0:44:58.69   2:14:39

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Silver  Alessandra Araullo (Philippines) 0:22:40   1:09:35  0:43:43.88   2:15:59

Bronze  Ng Xinyi Alisa (Singapore) 0:22:44.49   1:15:34   0:43:38.98    2:21:57

 

2007 SEAG

Triathlon and duathlon at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games was held at the Pattaya, Chon Buri, Thailand

Men’s Duathlon

Gold  Ryan Mendoza (Philippines)

Silver  Amnat Srichat (Thailand)

Bronze  August Benedicto (Philippines)

 

Women’s Duathlon

Gold  Saifon Piawong (Thailand)

Silver  Sontiya Saiwaeo (Thailand)

Bronze  Analiza Dysangco (Philippines)

 

Men’s Triathlon

Gold  Mok Ying Ren (Singapore)

Silver  George Vilog (Philippines)

Bronze  Arland Macasieb (Philippines

 

Women’s Triathlon

Gold  Kimberley Yap Fui Li (Malaysia)

Silver  Alessandra Araullo (Philippines)

Bronze  Maria Melizza Gayle Lucas (Philippines)

 

2015 SEAG

Triathlon competition was held at Singapore.

Men’s Triathlon

Gold  Nikko Huelgas (Philippines)  02:04:32

Silver  Rikigoro Shinozuka (Malaysia)  02:05:35

Bronze  Chuan Rong Loo (Singapore)  02:07:01

Women’s Triathlon

Gold  Ma. Claire Adorna (Philippines)  02:13:08

Silver  Kim Mangrobang (Philippines) 02:14:26  

Bronze Sanruthai Arunsiri (Thailand) 02:22:08

 

2017 SEAG

Triathlon competition was held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Men’s Triathlon

Gold  Nikko Huelgas (Philippines)  01:59:30

Silver  John Chicano (Philipines)  02:01:27

Bronze  Clement Chow (Singapore)  02:03:24

Women’s Triathlon

Gold  Kim Mangrobang (Philippines)  02:11:14

Silver  Ma. Claire Adorna (Philippines) 02:18:58  

Bronze Irene Chong (Malaysia) 02:25:54

2019 SEAG

Triathlon and Duathlon competition was held at Subic Bay, Philippines

Men’s Triathlon

Gold  John Leerams Chicano (Philippines)

Silver  Andrew Kim Remolino (Philipines)

Bronze  Muhammad Ahlul Firman (Indonesia)

Women’s Triathlon

Gold  Kim Mangrobang (Philippines)

Silver  Kimberly Michelle Kligroe (Philippines)   

Bronze  Nethavani Octaria (Indonesia)

Triathlon Mixed Relay

Gold  Philippines

Silver  Singapore

Bronze  Indonesia

 

Men’s Duathlon

Gold  Jauhari Johan (Indonesia)

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Silver  Joey Delos Reyes (Philippines)

Bronze  Nattawut Srinate (Thailand)

Women’s Duathlon

Gold  Monica Torres (Philippines)

Silver  Pareeya Sonsem (Thailand)   

Bronze  Nguyễn Thị Phương Trinh (Vietnam)

Duathlon Mixed Relay

Gold  Thailand

Silver  Singapore

Bronze  Philippines

2021 SEAG

Triathlon and Duathlon competition was held at Hanoi, Vietnam

Men’s Triathlon

Gold  Fernando Jose Casares (Philippines)

Silver  Andrew Kim Remolino (Philipines)

Bronze  Ronald Bintang (Indonesia)

Women’s Triathlon

Gold  Kim Mangrobang (Philippines)

Silver  Inge Prasetyo (Indonesia)   

Bronze Raven Faith Alcoseba (Philippines)

 

Men’s Duathlon

Gold  Pham Tien San (Vietnam)

Silver Rudi Febriade (Indonesia)

Bronze  Jauhari Johan (Indonesia)

Women’s Duathlon

Gold  Kim Mangrobang (Philippines)

Silver  Tahira Najmunisaa Muhammad Zaid (Malaysia)   

Bronze  Zahra Putri Bulan Aprillia (Indonesia)

 

2023 SEAG

Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquathlon competition was held at Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Men’s Triathlon

Gold  Fernando Jose Casares (Philippines)

Silver  Rashif Amila Yaqin (Indonesia)

Bronze  Andrew Kim Remolino (Philippines)

Women’s Triathlon

Gold  Margot Garabedian (Cambodia)

Silver Kim Mangrobang (Philippines)

Bronze  Louisa Marie Middleditch (Singapore)

 

Men’s Duathlon

Gold Pham Tien San (Vietnam)

Silver  Mickael Chaumond (Cambodia)

Bronze  Seldita Pilon Nubatonis  (Indonesia)

Women’s Duathlon

Gold Kim Mangrobang (Philippines)

Silver  Thi Phuong Trinh (Vietnam)   

Bronze Maharani Azhri Wahyuningtyas (Indonesia)

Men’s Aquathlon

Gold Rashif Amila Yaqin (Indonesia)

Silver Andrew Kim Remolino (Philippines)

Bronze  Bryce Chong  (Singapore)

Women’s Aquathlon

Gold  Margot Garabedian (Cambodia)

Silver Aisika Kaewyongkod (Thailand)

Bronze Dea Salsabila Putri (Indonesia)

Aquathlon Mixed Relay

Gold  Philippines

Silver  Indonesia

Bronze  Vietnam

 

 

 

 

 

 

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