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December 8, 2019

Nepal following India in 13th SAG medal tally

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Kathmandu: Nepal continues to follow India in medal tally in 13th South Asian Games being held in Kathmandu.

By Saturday evening, Nepal collected a total of 138 medals including 43 gold, 33 silver, and 62 bronze while the Indian team continued to dominate the SAG medal tally by securing a total of 210 medals including 106 gold, 69 silver, and 35 bronze.

Srilanka, on the other hand, continues to hold the third rank in SAG medal tally by grabbing a total of 167 medals with 30 gold, 54 silver and 83 bronze medals in all.

Similarly, Pakistan collected a total of 83 medals with 21 gold, 28 silver, 34 bronze medals to remain in the 4rth position in the medal tally.

13th SAG medal tally
13th SAG medal tally

Likewise, Bangladesh standing in the 5th position has a total of 83 medals with 7 gold, 22 silver, and 54 bronze medals. Maldives has a total of 3 medals including one gold and 2 bronze to remain at 6th position in SAG.

Bhutan remains at the bottom of the SAG by gaining only 6 bronze medals.

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