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PHNOM PENH – Cambodia has won nine SEA Games medals, five gold and four silver. Among these are two gold and two silver for Kun Bokator.
The Bokator matches were held at the Chroy Changvar International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Phnom Penh on May 4.
Pichmorakoth Punleu won gold in the men’s single Bokator spirit form, and Lekena Mao was the gold medalist in the women’s single spirit form.
Tithsovathanka Kim won gold in the men’s bamboo shield form, while Sanhchana Yuos won gold in the women’s single barehand form.
A silver medal went to Chanchorvy Puth, who won in the women’s bamboo shield Form. Ponler Pech was the silver medalist in the men’s barehand form.
Kun Bokator is being introduced for the first time in the 32nd SEA Games. Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines and Indonesia are participating.
The Philippines has won one bronze, two silver and one gold medal. Indonesia has won one silver and five bronze. Lao has won one gold and three bronze. Myanmar has won one silver and three bronze.
As of the morning of May 6, standing first on the SEA Games 2023 medal table, Cambodia has nine medals, five gold and four silver, followed by the Philippines with two gold, two silver and three bronze.
Standing third is Thailand with one medal in each color. Laos comes fourth with one gold and three bronze. Indonesia has one silver and five bronze. Myanmar has one silver and three bronze. Vietnam has three bronze while Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore and Timor-Leste are still searching for medals.