Kathmandu | 2019-12-10 Tuesday
The 10 Days long (December 1-10) South Asian Games have come to an end. The 13th edition of the south Asian Games remained special for Nepal achieving the second highest number of gold medals after India.
Nepal had targeted 50 gold but, after the football finals the tally increased more than the expectation. Nepal has a total of 51 gold, 60 silver and 95 bronze.
In the 13th edition of SAG, India has won the highest, 310, number of medals including 174 gold, 93 silver and 45 Bronze.
Srilanka has received a total of 40 gold, 83 silver and 128 bronze.
Pakistan is with the 31 gold, 41 silver and 59 bronze.
Ranking the fifth position in the medal tally, Bangladesh has a total of 19 gold, 32 silver, and 87 bronze.
Maldives scored 1 gold and 4 bronze only. While Bhutan is confined in 7 silver and 13 bronze.