Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya 2019

Ang ika-30 paggananap ng Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya

Ang Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya 2019 o mas kilala rin bilang Ika-30 Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya at Pilipinas 2019 (Ingles: 2019 Southeast Asian Games, o 2019 SEA Games at Karaniwang kilala bilang Philippines 2019) ay ang ika-30 edisyon ng Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya na ginanap sa Pilipinas mula ika-30 ng Nobyembre hanggang ika-11 ng Disyembre taong 2019.[3]

Ika-30 Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya
2019 30th SEA Games.svg
Punong-abalang lungsodIba't Iba
(Tignan)
Motto"We Win As One"[1] Filipino: "Panalo ng isa ay panalo ng lahat"
Mga bansang kalahok11
Mga atletang kalahok9,840 (inaasahan)
Disiplina530 na kaganapan sa mga 56 na laro
Seremonya ng pagbubukas30 Nobyembre
Seremonya ng pagsasara11 Disyembre
Opisyal na binuksan niPangulong Rodrigo Duterte (Pangulo ng Pilipinas)
Opisyal na sinara niSalvador Medialdea
(Kalihim Tagapagpaganap ng Pilipinas)[2]
Panunumpa ng ManlalaroFrancesca Altomonte
Panunumpa ng HukomDaren Vitug
Torch lighterManny Pacquiao
Nesthy Petecio
Main venuePhilippine Arena
(Seremonya ng Pagbubukas)
New Clark City Athletics Stadium
(Seremonya ng Pagsasara)
Website2019 Southeast Asian Games
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Ang edisyon na ito ay minarkahan ng unang pangunahing desentralisasyon sa kasaysayan ng Mga Palaro, na may mga lugar ng kumpetisyon na kumalat sa 23 lungsod sa buong bansa at nahahati sa apat na kumpol; ang lahat ay matatagpuan sa isla ng Luzon (Metro Manila, Clark, Subic / Olongapo, at isang pang-apat na kumpol na binubuo ng mga standalone venues sa Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, at La Union). Ito ang ika-apat na oras ng Pilipinas upang mag-host ng mga laro, at una nito mula noong 2005. Nauna rito, nag-host din ito ng 1981 at 1991 na mga edisyon ng mga laro. Ang edisyon na ito ay pinakapuna sa pagiging unang edisyon na isama ang mga esports, lahi ng kurso ng kurso, kurash, sambo, hockey sa ilalim ng dagat, pagsira, surfing, modernong pentathlon, jiu-jitsu, kickboxing, at skateboarding; pati na rin ang pagkakaroon ng pinakamataas na bilang ng mga sports sa kasaysayan ng mga laro, sa kabuuan ng 56.

Ang karapatan sa pagsasaayos ng palaro ay orihinal na iginawad sa bansang Brunei[4] ngunit ito ay isinuko rin ng nasabing bansa ilang araw bago idaos ang 2015 Southeast Asian Games dahil sa kakulangang pinansyal.[5]

Nauna nang natapos ang Pilipinas upang mag-host ng Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya 2023 ngunit, noong Hulyo 2015, pumayag na mag-host ng Mga Laro pagkatapos ng pag-alis ng Brunei (kasama ang Cambodia na naganap sa 2023). Gayunpaman, ang pagho-host ng Pilipinas ay naiwan nang hindi tiyak matapos ang pag-alis ng suporta ng gobyerno makalipas ang dalawang taon habang pinlano nitong gamitin ang pondo na inilaan para sa mga laro para sa rehabilitasyon ng Marawi matapos na sakupin ng mga tagasuporta ng ISIS. Inalok ng Thailand at Indonesia na i-host ang mga laro kasama ang huli na nagpaplano upang magamit muli ang mga lugar na ginamit para sa Palarong Asyano 2018. Gayunpaman, noong 16 Agosto 2017, inihayag ng gobyerno ng Pilipinas ang pagbabalik ng pag-alis.

Ang host country, Pilipinas, ay lumitaw sa medal tally bilang pangkalahatang kampeon sa kauna-unahan sa 14 na taon, sinira ang sarili nitong record ng record ng medalya noong 2005, kasunod ng Vietnam at Thailand. Maraming mga laro at pambansang rekord ay nasira sa mga laro. Sa gitna ng maraming mga kontrobersya at problema, ang mga laro ay itinuturing na tagumpay sa pagtaas ng pamantayan ng kompetisyon sa gitna ng mga bansa sa Timog Silangang Asya; kasama ang pagho-host nito na pinupuri ng Olympic Council of Asia para sa mga pasilidad at mabuting pakikitungo. Nag-bid ang Pilipinas na i-host ang Palarong Asyano 2030 .[6] kasama ang Bangkok, Chonburi, at Samut Prakan sa Thailand, Daejeon, Sejong, North Chungcheong & South Chungcheong sa South Korea, Doha sa Qatar, India, Malaysia, Taipei sa Taiwan, at Tashkent & Samarkand sa Uzbekistan.

Si Quah Zheng Wen ng Singapore ay iginawad na Karamihan sa Pinahahalagahang Player (MVP) na parangal para sa mga lalaki na atleta, na nagwagi ng anim na ginto at dalawang silver, habang si Nguyễn Thị Ánh Viên ng Vietnam, na may parehong medal tally, ay iginawad na parangal sa MVP para sa mga babaeng atleta. Ang fairplay award ay iginawad kay Roger Casugay para sa pag-save ng buhay ng kanyang kalaban.

Pagpili ng HostBaguhin

Tulad ng bawat tradisyon ng Mga SEA Games, ang mga tungkulin sa pagho-host ay pinaikot sa mga bansa ng kasapi ng SEA Games Federation (SEAGF). Ang bawat bansa ay itinalaga bilang isang host ng kaganapan sa isang paunang natukoy na taon, ngunit ang bansa ay maaaring mapili upang bawiin o hindi ang edisyon na iyon.

Noong Hulyo 2012, kinumpirma ng SEAGF na pagpupulong sa Myanmar na ang Malaysia ay magho-host ng regional biennial event sa 2017, kung wala bang ibang bansa na gustong mag-bid para sa mga laro. Ang pangkalahatang kalihim ng Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) na si Sieh Kok Chi, na dumalo sa pulong, ay nagsabi na ang Myanmar ang magho-host sa Mga Palaro noong 2013, na sinundan ng Singapore noong 2015 at Brunei noong 2017. Gayunpaman, ang sultanato ay sumuko sa pagho-host ng Mga Palaro noong 2017. kapalit ng pagkakaroon ng mas maraming oras upang maisaayos ang 2019 edition. Nag-host ang Brunei ng Mga Larong isang beses lamang noong 1999 at binalak na i-upgrade ang mga pasilidad ng palakasan at magtayo ng isang bagong pambansang istadyum sa Salambigar upang mapaunlakan ang Mga Palaro. Gayunpaman, noong ika-4 ng Hunyo 2015, inalis ng Brunei ang mga karapatan nito sa pagho-host sa pagpupulong sa Singapore matapos ang nasabing Ministry of Culture, Youth at Sports ay nabigo na magbigay ng suporta sa Mga Palaro dahil sa kakulangan ng mga pasilidad sa palakasan, tirahan, at paghahanda ng kanilang atleta.

PilipinasBaguhin

 
Inihayag ng Provincial Sports Coordinator at Assistant Provincial Administrator Giovanni Gulanes ang pag-asang sa Davao del Norte na i-host ang 2019 Southeast Asian Games sa Kapihan sa Kapitolyo. Hulyo 2016

Seremonya ng IbigayBaguhin

Pag Unlad at PreparasyonBaguhin

 
Alan Peter Cayetano served as chairman of the organizing committee of the Games

Hindi tulad ng mga Palarong 2005, ang 2019 SEA Games ay nag-ampon ng iba't ibang istraktura ng pag-aayos para sa Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC). Ayon kay chairman ng Sports Sports ng Pilipinas na si William Ramirez, noon-Foreign Secretary (ngayon House Speaker) na si Alan Peter Cayetano ay hihirangin bilang chairman ng pang-organisa ng komite, sa halip na pangulo ng Komisyon sa Olympic ng Pilipinas na nanguna sa papel noong 2005. Si Senador Juan Miguel Zubiri ay una na pinuno ng organizing committee bago siya napalitan ni Cayetano.

Hindi bababa sa tatlong mga pagpupulong ang ginanap para sa paghahanda ng mga laro. Ang unang pagpupulong ay ginanap sa Shangri-la sa Fort huling 16 hanggang 17 Mayo 2018. Ang isa pang pagpupulong ay ginanap noong 23 at 24 Nobyembre 2018.

Ang mga opisyal ng National Sports Associations ng Pilipinas ay itinalaga bilang managers ng kumpetisyon at inatasan na harapin ang mga lokal na pag-aayos tungkol sa kanilang isport kabilang ang logistics, lugar at kagamitan.

GastosBaguhin

Ang badyet para sa mga laro ay hindi bababa sa ₱ 7.5 bilyon. ₱ 6 bilyon ang ibinigay ng pamahalaan habang ang natitira ay na-secure ng Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee (PhiSGOC) Foundation mula sa mga kasunduan sa sponsorship. Ang pondo ng gobyerno ay inilalaan sa Philippine Sports Commission na may ₱ 5 bilyon mula sa mga pondo na naaprubahan ng Kongreso ng Pilipinas at ang nalalabi ay nagmula sa pagpataas ng pondo na aprubado ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte.[7] Inaprubahan ni Duterte ang karagdagang pondo sa Mayo 2019.[8]

TiketBaguhin

Ang mga organisador ay pumasok sa isang negosasyon para sa mga SM Tickets para sa mga sistema ng pagbili ng mga tiket. Ang lahat ng mga tiket para sa lahat ng mga kaganapan ay may kaukulang bayad at ang mga kaganapan na hindi gaanong sikat ay magkakaroon ng kaunting bayad.[9]

Noong Oktubre 3, nagsimulang mag-avail ang mga tagapag-organisa ng mga tiket para sa pagbubukas at ilang mga kaganapan sa lahat ng mga branch ng SM Tickets at sa online.[10]

TransportasyonBaguhin

Ang mga organisador ay nakikipag-ugnay sa Kagawaran ng Transportasyon patungkol sa logistik para sa mga laro kabilang ang posibleng pagsasara ng North Luzon Expressway sa publiko sa 12 oras na humahantong sa pagbubukas ng seremonya.

Ang mga sasakyan, kabilang ang 362 pampublikong bus, 162 sedan at 100 VIP na kotse, ay pinlano na mabibili at 268 na van ay kukuha sa pamamagitan ng pag-upa para magamit para sa mga panrehiyong laro.

Gayundin, ang tatlong mga sasakyang de-koryenteng nagmamaneho sa sarili ay bibigyan ng American firm na Nakonekta Autonomous Shared Transportation (COAST) para sa transportasyon ng mga pasahero sa New Clark City nang walang gastos sa gobyerno.[11]

Mga BoluntaryoBaguhin

Ang mga tagapag-ayos ng mga laro ay naglunsad ng isang boluntaryong programa noong Abril 2019 sa Taguig upang tulungan ang samahan ng 2019 Timog Silangang Asya na may target ng mga boluntaryo sa una ay nakatakda sa 12,000.[12] Halos 9,000 mga indibidwal ang na-recruit sa 20,686 na mga tao na nagpahayag ng interes na sumali sa boluntaryong programa, 14,683 na kung saan nag-apply sa pamamagitan ng mga opisyal na online portal. 2,960 na mga aplikante ay dayuhan habang 6,003 ang nahalal ng mga institusyong pang-edukasyon. Ang sumusunod ay ang tinatayang paglalaan ng mga boluntaryo bawat cluster: 2,250 sa Clark cluster, 1,980, sa Subic cluster, 3,150 sa Metro Manila, at 1,620 sa iba pang mga lugar na hindi bahagi ng unang tatlong cluster.[13]

MedalyaBaguhin

Ang mga opisyal na medalya para sa 2019 Timog Silangang Asya ay dinisenyo ng Pilipinong eskultor ng metal na si Daniel dela Cruz, na dinisenyo din ng sulo ng SEA Games, naglaro ng mga elemento mula sa Pilipinas. Sa harap ng medalya, sa itaas ng logo ng SEA Games ay isang layag o "layag" na karaniwang ginagamit ng mga bangka ng Pilipino. Ang pag-encircling ng logo ay mga alon ng dagat na nagpapahiwatig ng kapuluan ng Pilipinas. Sa likod ay isang pag-render ng mga pasilidad sa palakasan sa New Clark City, site ng SEA Games, na isinama gamit ang high density etching. Ang mga simbolo ng iba't ibang mga sports ay naka-embed gamit ang laser etching.[14][15]

Ang gintong medalya ay gawa sa 24-karat gintong plated material at ang disenyo ng alon nito sa harap ay gawa sa rhodium sa pamamagitan ng bi-plating. Ang tansong medalya ay ginawang "rose gold" na kulay sa halip na tradisyonal na brown hue. Ang laso na ginamit upang hawakan ang medalya ay nagtatampok ng disenyo ng dobleng panig; ang isang panig ay nagtatampok ng mga kulay na nauugnay sa Timog Silangang Asya at ang iba pa ay pinalamutian ng mga tradisyunal na pattern ng paghabi ng Pilipino.[16]

SuloBaguhin

Ang disenyo ng opisyal na sulo para sa mga laro ay idinisenyo ng iskultor ng metal na si Daniel dela Cruz.[17] Ang sulo ay inspirasyon mula sa sampaguita (Jasminum sambac) pambansang bulaklak ng Pilipinas at ang mga hammered na bahagi ng bagay ay kumakatawan sa mga sinag ng Pilipinas araw ng watawat. Ayon sa mga tagapag-ayos, ang araw ay sumisimbolo sa "pagkakaisa, soberanya, pagkakapantay-pantay ng lipunan, at kalayaan" bukod sa pagbabahagi ng parehong simbolismo ng araw ng watawat ng Pilipinas. Ang torch ay tumitimbang ng mga 1.5 kilograms, hindi masyadong mabigat para sa tagadala ng sulo.[18] Ang sulo ay opisyal na ipinasilip noong Agosto 23, 2019 sa Philippine International Convention Center sa Pasay sa ika-100 araw na countdown ng palaro.

Pagtakbo ng SuloBaguhin

 
The Cebu leg of the torch run for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games. November 16, 2019.

Nangunguna sa torch run sa Pilipinas ay ang seremonyal na pag-iilaw ng parol sa Bukit Jalil National Stadium sa Kuala Lumpur noong 3 Oktubre 2019. Sa panahon ng seremonya, ang mga awtoridad ng Malaysian ay nagbigay ng sulo sa mga awtoridad ng Pilipinas. Sa panahon ng seremonya, ang apoy ay inilagay sa isang espesyal na parol at dinala sa Davao City upang simulan ang domestic bahagi ng relay.

Ang bahagi ng Pilipinas ng relay, nagsimula sa harap ng SM Lanang sa Davao City noong 30 Oktubre 2019. Ang ikalawang leg ng pagtakbo, na sumali sa 6,500 runner ay ginanap sa Cebu South Coastal Road sa Cebu City noong 16 Nobyembre 2019. Ang huling leg ay ginanap noong 23 Nobyembre 2019 sa Bayanihan Park sa Clark Freeport Zone sa Pampanga.

 
 
 
 
2019 Southeast Asian Games torch run route.


October 30
01.Davao City


November 16
02.Cebu City


November 23
03.Angeles

KuldronBaguhin

Ang kaldero ay isang istraktura ng metal na nakatayo sa 12.5 metro (41 piye), na itinayo sa labas ng New Clark City Athletics Stadium sa Capas, Tarlac at ito ay sinindihan noong ika-30 ng Nobyembre ng mga boksingero na sina Manny Pacquiao at Nesthy Petecio sa panahon ng pambungad na seremonya. ] Ang loob ay isang guwang na puwang na puno ng graba, Sa loob ng kaldero, mayroong isang bukas na puwang, na puno ng graba, na sinusuportahan ng maraming mga istrukturang metal sa bawat panig ng istraktura .. Ayon sa PHISGOC, tinantyang gastos para sa pagtatayo at pagpapanatili ng kaldero ay tinatayang sa ₱ 47 milyon.

Ang kaldero ay dinisenyo ng National Artist for Architecture, Francisco Mañosa, na siyang huling proyekto bago siya namatay.

Mga lugar na PagdarausanBaguhin

Iminungkahing PagdarausanBaguhin

 
 
Clark
 
Subic
 
Maynila
 
BLT(Batangas and Tagaytay)
 
BLT(La Union)
 
Bocaue
 
Davao
 
Cebu
 
Negros Occidental
Ang apat na mga pangunahing hub o kluster ng Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya 2019. Tanda: Ang BLT na kluster ay binubuo ng dalawang hindi magkadikit na mga lugar (Batangas at Tagaytay sa timog at La Union sa hilaga)

Clark clusterBaguhin

 
The Athletics Stadium of the New Clark City Sports Hub will host Athletics and the Closing Ceremony.
City/Municipality Venue Sports
Angeles AUF Gymnasium Arnis, Sambo, Wrestling[19][20]
DECA Clark Wakepark Wakeboarding, Waterskiing[20][21]
Lubao Pradera Verde Shooting[20][21]
Mabalacat Clark Parade Grounds Archery,[21] Rugby sevens[20][22]
Clark Global City Lawn Bowls[20][21]
Royce Hotel and Casino Dancesports,[20][21] Petanque[23]
The Villages Baseball, Softball[20][21]
San Fernando LausGroup Event Centre Judo, Jujitsu, Kurash[20][21]
Capas New Clark City Athletics Stadium Athletics[20][21]
New Clark City Aquatic Center Aquatics (Diving, Swimming, Water Polo) [20][21]
Tarlac City Luisita Golf and Country Club Golf[20][21]

Metro Manila clusterBaguhin

 
The Mall of Asia Arena will host the Basketball events for 5v5.
 
The World Trade Center Metro Manila will host the Fencing, Karatedo and Wushu events.
City/Municipality Venue Sports
Makati Manila Polo Club Squash[24]
Mandaluyong SM Megamall Ice Rink Speed Skating, Figure Skating[19][20]
Starmall EDSA-Shaw Bowling[20]
Manila Manila Hotel Tent Billiards[19][20]
Ninoy Aquino Stadium Taekwondo, Weightlifting[25]
Rizal Memorial Stadium Football (Men's)[26][20]
Rizal Memorial Sports Complex - Tennis Center Tennis, Soft tennis[20][27]
Rizal Memorial Coliseum Gymnastics (Aerobic, Artistic, Rhythmic)[25]
Muntinlupa Filinvest City Obstacle Course[28]
Muntinlupa Sports Center Badminton[29]
Pasay PICC Forum Boxing, Kickboxing[19][20]
Mall of Asia Arena Basketball[26][20]
SM Mall of Asia Skating Rink Ice hockey[20][21]
World Trade Center Fencing, Karatedo, Wushu[20][21]
Pasig PhilSports Arena Indoor Volleyball[30][25]
Quezon City Amoranto Sports Complex Cycling (Track)
San Juan Filoil Flying V Centre 3x3 Basketball,[21] Esports [19][20]

Subic clusterBaguhin

 
The Subic Bay Yacht Club will host Sailing.
City/Municipality Venue Sports
Olongapo Lighthouse Marina Windsurfing[20][21]
Malaawan Park Canoe/kayak, Traditional boat race, Dragon boat racing[19][20]
Subic Bay Tennis Court Beach volleyball, Beach handball[20][21]
Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center Muay Thai, Pencak Silat, Table tennis[20][21]
Subic Bay Yacht Club Sailing[20][21]
Subic Gymnasium Sepak takraw[20][21]
Subic/Olongapo Subic Bay Boardwalk Aquatics (Open Water Swimming-10 km), Duathlon, Triathlon, Modern Pentathlon[20][21]
Travelers Hotel Chess[19][20]
Kamana Sanctuary, Triboa Bay Rowing[20]

Other areasBaguhin

 
The Biñan Football Stadium will host women's football and selected men's football matches.
City/Municipality (Province) Venue Sports
Calatagan (Batangas) Miguel Romero Field[31] Polo[20][31]
Iñigo Zobel Field
Imus (Cavite) Vermosa Sports Hub Underwater hockey[20][32]
Imus Grandstand and Track Oval Football
Tagaytay (Cavite) Tagaytay Cycling (BMX, Road, Mountain), Skateboarding[20][21]
Biñan (Laguna) Biñan Football Stadium Football (Women's and Men's)[20][33]
Los Baños (Laguna) Centro Mall Floorball, Indoor hockey[20][34][35]
Santa Rosa (Laguna) Sta. Rosa Sports Complex Netball[20][32]
San Juan (La Union)[36] Monalisa Point Surfing[20][37]

Non-competition venuesBaguhin

 
The Philippine Arena of the Ciudad de Victoria will host the Opening Ceremony.
Cluster City/Municipality Venue Events/Designation
Clark Angeles Bayanihan Park Countdown ceremony and launch
Clark International Airport Port of Entry
Parade Grounds Fan Zone
Capas NCC Athletic Stadium Closing ceremony
Athletes Village Official Residence of the Athletes
Mabalacat ASEAN Convention Center International Broadcast Center, Main Press Center[38]
Other Areas Bocaue (Bulacan) Philippine Arena Opening ceremony

MerkadoBaguhin

Opisyal na Paglulunsad at BrandingBaguhin

 
Officials lead the launch of the one-year countdown for the Games at the Bayanihan Park held on November 30, 2018.

SalawikainBaguhin

 
"We Win As One", the official motto of the 2019 games.

Ang Opisyal na salawikain ng 2019 Southeast Asian Games pati na rin ang tema ay "We Win As One."[39]

Baguhin

MaskotBaguhin

AwitBaguhin

Opisyal na BihisBaguhin

Mga IsponsorBaguhin

2019 Southeast Asian Games sponsors[40]
Tier/Sponsorship Sponsoring firms
Platinum Ajinomoto,[41][42] Pagcor,[43] Skyworth, CooCaa[44]Philippine Airlines,[36][40] Pinaco,[45] Morris Garages, Phoenix Petroleum,[46] Megaworld Corporation,[47] Resorts World Manila[48]
Gold Pocari Sweat,[49] Nestlé (Milo),[50] Mastercard,[51] NLEX-SCTEX, Razer, Coca-Cola, PLDT-Smart[52]
Preferred Partners ASICS, GL Events,[40] Grand Sport,[40] BMW Philippines,[53] SM Lifestyle, Inc.,[54] FBT[55]
Prestige Partners[40] Molten Corporation, Mikasa Sports, Marathon, Filinvest City, GSIS[56]
Official Banking Partners China Bank, Philippine National Bank[57]
Official Convenience Store FamilyMart[58]
Official Commemorative Watch Ibarra Manila[59]
Official Insurance Partner Standard Insurance[60]
Official Media Partners[40] Inquirer Group of Companies,[61] CNN Philippines,[62] Digital Out of Home (DOOH), United Neon Media Group,[63] Bombo Radyo Philippines, Radio Mindanao Network, Rakuten Viber[64]
Official Host Broadcaster[40] NEP[65]
Official Broadcasters ABS-CBN, TV5 Network, One Sports, Cignal, SkyCable, S+A, ESPN 5,[66] People's Television (PTV), [67] GMA Network[68]

Ang PalaroBaguhin

Seremonya ng PagbubukasBaguhin

The Philippine Arena in Bocaue hosted the opening ceremony.

Seremonya ng PagsasaraBaguhin

The Athletics Stadium in New Clark City will host the closing ceremony.

Mga Kalahok na mga bansaBaguhin

Lahat ng 11 na mga kasapi ng Southeast Asian Games Federation (SEAGF) ay inaasahang lalahok sa Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya 2019. Nakatala ang lahat na mga inaasahang sasaling mga National Olympic Committee o NOC.

Mga LaroBaguhin

Ang mga sumusunod ay ang listahan ng mga laro na paglalabanan sa palaro kasama ang bilang ng mga disiplina o "events":[69][29]

In addition, the following will be demonstrations events:[70]

KalendaryoBaguhin

PB Seremonya ng Pagbubukas Mga Kompetisyon 1 Kaganapan para sa medalya PS Seremonya ng Pagsasara
Nobyembre Disyembre Mga Kaganapan
22
Biy
23
Sab
24
Lin
25
Lun
26
Mar
27
Miy
28
Huw
29
Biy
30
Sab
1
Lin
2
Lun
3
Mar
4
Miy
5
Huw
6
Biy
7
Sab
8
Lin
9
Lun
10
Mar
11
Miy
  Mga Seremonya PB PS (Di-nauugnay)
Aquatics   Diving TBA
  Open Water
  Swimming
  Water Polo
  Archery TBA
  Athletics TBD
  Arnis TBA
  Badminton TBA
Baseball / Softball   Baseball TBA
  Softball
Basketball   Basketball TBA
  3x3 Basketball
  Billiards TBA
  Bowling TBA
  Boxing TBA
Canoeing   Traditional Boat Racing TBA
  Canoe / Kayak
  Chess TBA
  Cycling TBA
  Dancesport TBA
  Esports TBA
  Fencing TBA
  Floorball TBA
  Football TBA
  Golf TBA
  Gymnastics TBA
  Beach handball 1 1
  Indoor hockey TBA
  Ice hockey TBA
Ice skating   Figure skating TBA
  Short track
  Jujitsu TBA
  Judo TBA
  Karate TBA
  Kickboxing TBA
  Kurash TBA
Lawnbowls / Petanque   Lawn bowls TBA
  Pétanque
  Modern pentathlon TBA
  Muaythai TBA
  Netball TBA
  Obstacle racing TBA
  Pencak silat TBA
  Polo TBA
  Rowing TBA
  Rugby TBA
Sailing / Windsurfing   Sailing TBA
  Windsurfing
  Sambo TBA
  Sepak takraw TBA
  Shooting TBA
  Skateboarding TBA
  Soft tennis TBA
  Squash TBA
  Surfing TBA
  Table tennis TBA
  Taekwondo TBA
  Tennis TBA
Duathlon / Triathlon   Duathlon TBA
  Triathlon
  Underwater hockey TBA
Volleyball   Indoor TBA
  Beach
  Wakeboarding / Waterski TBA
  Weightlifting TBA
  Wrestling TBA
  Wushu TBA
Bilang ng Kaganapan bawat araw
Pinagsamang bilang
22
Biy
23
Sab
24
Lin
25
Lun
26
Mar
27
Miy
28
Huw
29
Biy
30
Sab
1
Lin
2
Lun
3
Mar
4
Miy
5
Huw
6
Biy
7
Sab
8
Lin
9
Lun
10
Mar
11
Miy
Bilang ng
kaganapan
Nobyembre Disyembre

Paalala: Parsiyal pa lamang ang nakalistang petsa ng mga laro.
Pinagmulan:[71]


Talaan ng MedalyaBaguhin

Ang 2019 Timog Silangang Asya ay mayroong 530 mga kaganapan sa 56 na laro, na nagreresulta sa 530 na set ng medalya na ibabahagi.

  *   Host nation (Pilipinas)

2019 Southeast Asian Games Medal Table
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Pilipinas*149117121387
2  Vietnam9885105288
3  Thailand92103123318
4  Indonesia7384111268
5  Malaysia555871184
6  Singapore534668167
7  Myanmar4185173
8  Cambodia463646
9  Brunei25613
10  Laos152935
11  Silangang Timor0156
Totals (11 nations)5315287261785
Source: [1]

IbinobrodkastBaguhin

During the Games, which will be held from November 30 to December 11 some sports events will be broadcast live. The broadcasting channels will be announced before or during the game.

Key

   *   Host nation (Philippines)

2019 SEA Games Broadcasters rights in Southeast Asia
IOC Code Country Broadcast network Television network Radio network Digital network
BRU   Brunei Radio Televisyen Brunei
Kristal-Astro
RTB Perdana
RTB Aneka
RTB Sukmaindera
Astro Awani
Astro Arena
Astro Arena HD
Astro SuperSport
Astro SuperSport HD
Astro SuperSport 2
Astro SuperSport 2 HD
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In November 2018, it was reported that TV5 was negotiating for the broadcasting rights for the games in the Philippines.[74] ABS-CBN, PTV and 5 will telecast the games on free TV.[73] 11 sports will be broadcast live in the Philippines while only highlights will be aired for other events. [75]

Pag-aalala at KontrobersiyaBaguhin

**(Mangyaring isalin sa Tagalog/Filipino)**

Tirahan at TransportasyonBaguhin

  • Ang magkatulad na mga kaso ng pagkaantala at kakulangan sa transportasyon at accommodation ay naganap sa pagdating ng Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, at Timor-Leste pambansang koponan ng football, na kabilang sa mga unang hanay ng mga atleta na dumating sa bansa nang maaga sa paligsahan, sa panahon ng ang katapusan ng linggo ng 23-24 Nobyembre 2019:
    • Ang mga larawan na naka-surf sa social media ng Timor-Leste pambansang koponan ng football na naghihintay para sa kanilang bus bus upang makuha sila mula sa Ninoy Aquino International Airport, sa kanilang pagdating sa 23 Nobyembre. Ang kanilang bus ay naiulat na kinuha ang mga ito ng dalawa at kalahating oras makalipas kaysa sa naka-iskedyul, na pagkatapos ay dinala sila sa maling hotel na sinisingil nila.[76]
    • The Myanmar national football team, who arrived in Manila a few hours after the Timorese team, reportedly also waited excessively for their bus to fetch them at the airport. In addition, they complained that their bus, a minibus, was "cramped" and uncomfortable.[77] Myanmar-based media sources reported that the team was unable to hold their first training session due to the delays.[78]
    • The Thailand national football team, through a Facebook post from the Football Association of Thailand, complained about the limited and repeated food and water rations provided to them at their hotel. Association president Somyot Poompanmoung was notified of their situation and ordered the association to provide the team more food. PHISGOC responded by saying that they would provide more water bottles.[79] The Thai team also complained about the disorganization of their hotel rooms, having to accommodate three players into rooms designed to accommodate a maximum of only two.[80] Head coach Akira Nishino revealed that the team was prompted to cancel their first training session due to heavy traffic and the lengthy distance between their hotel and the training grounds, forcing the team to train on the streets outside of their hotel.[81] The team was reportedly billeted at the Century Park Hotel in Manila, which is approximately 35.6 kilometre (22.1 mi) away from their training grounds at the Biñan Football Stadium in the Laguna province.[78]
    • Pictures circulated online of the Cambodia national football team sleeping on the carpeted floor of the private conference room at their hotel, reportedly due to the unpreparedness of their rooms.[80] Head coach Felix Darmas revealed that they waited for about eight to nine hours.[78]
    • In response, PHISGOC sent an official statement issuing an apology to the four teams, following a direct complaint from the Timor-Leste football team.[82] Century Park Hotel, the designated hotel for the Cambodian and Thai delegations, also responded by claiming that there were no arrangements made with the PHISGOC regarding early check-ins for the teams. Century Park also addressed the limited and repeated food and water rations offered to the Thai delegation, claiming that part of the agreement was to provide "a cycle menu for the SEA Games delegation as well as two bottles of water per day to be supplied per person based on hotel industry standards."[83] On 26 November, Vallacar Transit CEO Leo Yanson, who also owns the local football club Ceres–Negros F.C., coordinated with the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) to lend 17 coaches intended for the transport of the national teams for the remainder of the tournament in lieu of the minibuses arranged by PHISGOC.[84] PAREF Southridge School in Muntinlupa, Metro Manila offered its artificial turf to be used by the teams for training sessions.[85]
  • During a press conference on 25 November, the head coach of the Philippines women's national football team, Marnelli Dimzon, expressed the team's disappointment over the poor treatment they received at their hotel in Silang, Cavite. Dimzon lamented on the insufficiency, poor quality, and the lack of nutrition and variety of the food and water offered. Defender Hali Long posted on Facebook that the team had to wait excessively for the preparation of their rooms, sharing a photo of the team constricted within the hotel function room.[86]
    • Jacob Joseph and Mai Đức Chung, the head coaches of the Malaysian and Vietnamese women's football teams respectively, shared similar sentiments during that press conference. Jacob shared that the Malaysian team only had "bread and some egg" served to them for breakfast. Chung requested for additional food and police escorts for the Vietnamese team en route to a training session at the Biñan Football Stadium, claiming that traffic was affecting their training schedules.[87]
    • In response, PFF president Mariano Araneta reassured the affected teams that the federation had acted on addressing the situation.[87]
  • The Singaporean delegation, through their chef de mission Juliana Seow, issued a letter of complaint addressed to PHISGOC Chief Operating Officer Ramon Suzara regarding issues on accreditation, food sufficiency, and transportation. The national football team complained that the hotel they were billeted at lacked halal food options and the officials "had to starve," while the national netball and floorball teams were forced to search for proper meals from outside their hotels in Alabang, Muntinlupa. The three teams claimed that the accreditation centre at the airport were not ready, while the netball team additionally lamented on the lack of preparedness of their vehicle provisions.[88]
  • A number of local volunteers for the SEA Games complained about the lack of updates on the status of their deployment and expressed confusion regarding the transportation arrangement for their travel to the venues. The PHISGOC initially announced that they would provide Premium Point-to-Point Bus Services for the volunteers, although they clarified that they would be unable to provide accommodations and other modes of transportation for them. On 25 November 2019, SEA Games volunteer program head Chris Tiu responded that the lack of updates on the status of the volunteers' deployment was due to the numerous cases of missing requirements amongst volunteers. Tiu, however, reassured that they were finalizing their schedules. He added that the schedules would dictate the pickup points for the transportation of the volunteers.[89]
  • Indonesian broadcasting service Voice of Indonesia reported that the Indonesia national polo team waited for three hours at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport for their transport to fetch them to their hotel.[90]

Financial concernsBaguhin

  • There were reports in March 2019 that the Philippines might lose hosting rights of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games due to budgetary concerns and an alleged leadership dispute within the Philippine Olympic Committee. The proposed budget allotted for the games has been cut down by Senate to ₱5 billion from ₱7.5 billion. The chairman of the organizing committee, Alan Peter Cayetano has assured that the hosting will push through citing support from the private sector and continued efforts by the organizers to secure government funding for the games.[91]
  • There was allegation of corruption by the PHILSOC Foundation led by Alan Peter Cayetano particularly it entered in an allegedly overprice deal regarding athlete uniform and sporting equipment. The Philippine government said that there could not be any corruption since it is the Philippine Sports Commission and the Department of Budget and Management are responsible for disbursement of funds in the games.[92]
  • Netizens criticized the PHISGOC's choice of venue for the bowling events, Starmall EDSA Shaw in Mandaluyong. Many claimed that the choice favoured the Villar political family who own the Filipino real estate company Vista Land, the parent company of Starmall. PHISGOC chairman, House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano, denied the claim by clarifying that the bowling alley to be used during the events is operated by a different firm.[93] Cayetano justified the PHISGOC's choice of venue as having met World Bowling standards.[94]
  • Senate Minority Floor Leader Franklin Drilon questioned the ₱50 million (US$1 million) budget allotted for the construction of the cauldron. During the plenary deliberations of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority's (BCDA) budget for the 2019 SEA Games at the Philippine Senate, Drilon lamented that the budget could have been used for other purposes of national importance, such as the construction of classrooms instead. Senator Sonny Angara, chairman of the Senate finance committee, defended the budget by saying that the cauldron is intended to showcase Filipino ingenuity. Senator Bong Go, chairman of the Senate sports committee, added that the government plans to lease out the cauldron after the event.[95] President Rodrigo Duterte denied corruption allegations over its construction and reiterated Angara's claim, even adding that the PHISGOC commissioned Francisco Mañosa, a National Artist of the Philippines for Architecture, to design the cauldron.[96] Alan Peter Cayetano denied that the budget for the cauldron was overpriced and said that it was cheaper than the cauldron constructed for the 2015 Southeast Asian Games in Singapore, which cost around ₱62 million ($1.2 million).[97]
  • In November 2019, the BCDA denied involvement in a funding scheme with the Malaysian investment holding firm MTD Capital Berhad for the construction of some facilities in the New Clark City Sports Hub. Local media sources reported that the firm would receive half of the shares earned from the usage of the facilities, estimated to be ₱2.5 billion in return. While the Philippine Competition Commission had approved the joint venture between the BCDA and MTD for the construction of the National Government Administrative Center in March, the BCDA claimed that none of the firm's sources of finance originated from the Philippine government. Instead, the Philippine government opted to pay MTD in full in order to avoid accrued interest, according to the BCDA's official statement. The BCDA admitted that they had yet to pay the firm.[98]

Infrastructure and logistical delaysBaguhin

  • On 21 November 2019, nine days before the start of the 2019 SEA Games, House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano confirmed that preparations at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex in Manila and venues in Tagaytay remain incomplete. He cited delays in the passage of spending bills containing the SEA Games budget in the Congress of the Philippines, which in turn delayed the governmental procurement process. Cayetano reassured that the PHISGOC was prepared to activate contingent venues should the original venues not be completed in time.[99]
    • On 25 November, hours before the first men's football match between Malaysia and Myanmar, the media center at the Rizal Memorial Stadium was reported to have remained unfurnished. Despite that, media personnel were accommodated. A Malaysian official reported that the dressing rooms were still under renovation.[90] Scaffolding were also visible in the facade of the stadium during that time, although it was reportedly removed only minutes before the match.[100] The match between Malaysia and Myanmar went on without any main score board in the stadium[101].
    • Squash doubles events including men's jumbo doubles, women's jumbo doubles and mixed doubles were axed from the Games as the host was unable to get the squash court at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex ready on time[102], while there are no other doubles and jumbo doubles facilities in the country[103]. The squash events will be held at the Manila Polo Club instead of the original venue, and will see the addition of team competitions for both men and women to replace the previously scrapped doubles events[103].

MarketingBaguhin

  • The logo and mascot received overwhelming backlash and heavy criticism, mostly from Filipinos, who cited that it shows a lack of creativity.[104]

OrganizationBaguhin

  • Vietnam criticized the exclusion of athletics events namely women's long jump, high jump, heptathlon, the marathon, the men's and women's 10,000m race which they consider as traditional events as "unreasonable". The marathon in particular has featured in every iteration of the games since the first edition in 1896.[105]
  • The Vietnam Football Federation filed a complaint regarding the seeding of the Vietnam national team in Pot 4 for the men's football tournament draw along with Laos, Cambodia, Brunei and Timor-Leste. They questioned how could Vietnam which collected 10 points in the group stage of the 2017 edition of the games or higher than the two teams seeded Pot 3 (Myanmar with 9 points and Singapore with 6 points).[106] Vietnam was later elevated to Pot 3 and Singapore relegated to Pot 4.[107]
  • Wrestling Association of the Philippines (WAP) President Alvin Aguilar alleged PHISGOC Executive Director Tom Carrasco of sabotage regarding the exclusion of wrestling from the games. Aguilar said that Carrasco trimmed the number of events in wrestling including grappling events which WAP concluded that the Philippines has strong chances of performing well before excluding it from the games altogether. Carrasco refuted saying that wrestling's international federation, United World of Wrestling (UWW) should have signed the sport's events handbook for the games. Aguilar said that UWW did indeed signed the document by its Vice President, but Carassco insists it should be the organization's president.[108] Wrestling was reinstated after the game organizers received a letter from UWW Secretary General Michel Dusson regarding its consent to include the sport in the games.[109]
  • The late decision taken by host Philippines for changes of several tournament venues to the capital of Manila dissatisfied the Malaysian contingent as expressed by their Chef-de-Mission to the Games, Megat Zulkarnain Omardin as it would have an impact on their logistics since the capital was already crowded. The Chef-de-Mission added that the host also still did not distribute technical handbooks on the events that were supposed to be handed out earlier to every competing country for their preparation, which was causing problems for athletes and officials to manage their schedules ahead of the tournament.[110]
  • In November 2019, the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos claimed that the PHISGOC had disregarded its recommendation to assist in the service of halal-certified meals, as well as the provision of segregated prayer rooms equipped with a qibla, for Muslim delegates during the tournament. It followed complaints from the Singaporean delegation, who issued a letter to PHISGOC regarding the lack of halal food options in their accommodations. There were also complaints that Muslim athletes and officials were served kikiam, which contains ground pork that Muslims are prohibited from consuming. In spite of the concerns, the head chef at the Athletes Village at New Clark City Sports Hub assured that all the meals served in the village would be fully halal-certified after consultation with the nutritionists of some of the delegations.[111] The Malaysian contingent has decided to prepare food from Malaysia after the host failed to guarantee that halal food would be served during the event[110].
  • On 25 November, spectators attending the men's football match between the Philippines and Cambodia at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila expressed difficulty in retrieving their belongings from security personnel after the match. Spectators were prohibited from bringing their bags into the stadium and were asked to deposit it at a single baggage counter outside the stadium, thus experiencing a large crowd for which many complained about. Spectators also complained about the lack of restrooms inside the stadium. The management had deployed several portable toilets outside the stadium in an attempt to recompense the lack of restrooms.[112]

SafetyBaguhin

  • A construction worker at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila injured his right leg after falling from a scaffolding he was dismantling, hours before the first football match at the stadium. The worker was admitted to the nearby Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center, according to the Manila Police District.[113]

Tignan DinBaguhin

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Inunahan ni:
Kuala Lumpur
Southeast Asian Games
Clark

XXX Southeast Asian Games (2019)
Sinundan ni:
Hanoi