SEA Games: The Numbers Game, Where Stats Do Not Lie

Fun Facts To Look At

In wake of the poor performance in the 30th SEA Games which however will be defended at the high noon press conference to be held in Clark City be the Chef De Mission, his Deputy, NSC Director General and OCM Secretary General.

With the OCM Board meeting on Friday, I too would love to hear what the highly paint and much celebrated COO will have to say on these factual figures listed below.

Facts do not lie and statistics actually are a good yardstick between success and failure.

The numbers game are there to see, next article we look at the NSC target, let’s not just talk gold, silver or bronze, let’s have it your way and talk about all.

Here goes :

We have achieved 5th position for 6 times

2019

2013

2003

1993

1979

1977

We have achieved 5th position for

Only in singapore 1983 we ranked worse (6th)

Only in singapore 1983 we ranked worse (6th)

773 is our 3rd largest contingent in history

2017 – 844

2007 – 820

2019 – 773

Total medal collection vs size of contingent

LOWEST SINCE 1977

2019 – 23.8% (184 medals v 773 athletes)

Only KL1977 – 15.5% ( 59 medals v 381 athletes)

Gold medals won vs contingent size

Equalled Lowest since chiangmai 1995

2019 – 7.1% (55 golds vs 773 athletes)

2009 – 7.1% ( 40 golds vs 564 athletes)

1995 – 6.5% (31 golds vs 480 athletes)

Total medal collection vs number of medals awarded

4th lowest in history ( since 1977)

1981 – 9.8% ( 74 frm 755)

2003 – 10.1% (145 frm 1440)

2013 – 10.3% (158 frm 1531)

1977 – 10.4% (59 frm 568)

2019 – 10.4% (184 frm 1770)

3rd worst total medal collection in 10 years

2009 – 139

2013 – 158

2019 – 184

3rd lowest gold medal collection in 10 years

2009 – 40

2013 – 43

2019 – 55

Gold medal won vs gold medal awarded

3rd lowest in 20 years

2013 – 9.3% (43 out of 460)

2003 – 10% (44 out of 442)

2019 – 10.4% (55/530)