This is a list of sports played in the biennial Southeast Asian Games. Unlike the Olympic games , there are no official limits to the number of sports which may be contested, and the range may be decided by the organising host pending approval by the Southeast Asian Games Federation. Albeit for some core sports which must be featured, the host is also free to introduce other sports. In the 30th edition of the Games, there are medals in 56 different sports that will be contested—the most in its history. The Southeast Asian Peninsular Games, as the Southeast Asian Games was then known, was first held in Bangkok in with 12 sports, namely aquatics, athletics, badminton, basketball, boxing, cycling, football, shooting, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, and weightlifting. The following sports or disciplines of a sport are part of the current program or were contested before, and are listed alphabetically according to the name used by the IOC.
Philippines at the 1991 Southeast Asian Games
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Takahashi, who won her first gold in the edition of the games held in Malaysia, made quick work of Thailand's Suratrana Thongsri in the kg division via ippon at the mark. The year-old successfully recovered from an opening round loss at the hands of Indonesia's Gusti Kahihara, which beat the Filipina via waza-ari. Thongsri was not able to seize a gold after failing to beat Kahihara via ippon, which would have put her over Takahashi in the scorecards. That Indonesian matchup was difficult but thankfully I pulled through in the second round through hard work," Takahashi said through a translator. Carl Dave Aseneta nabbed the team's first bronze of the day by beating Laos' Khamxay Vongphachanh via ippon with left in an emotional win in the kg division.
Philippines at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games
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Philippines was one of the first five founding members of the Asian Games Federation on February 13, , in New Delhi , the organization which was disbanded on November 26, , and replaced by the Olympic Council of Asia. Philippines is a member of the South East Asian Zone of the Olympic Council of Asia, the governing body of all the sports in Asia, recognized by the International Olympic Committee as the continental association of Asia. Before , Indoor and Martial Arts were two separate events, specialised for indoor and martial arts sports respectively. Philippines is one of the only seven countries that have competed in all editions of the Asian Games. The Philippines has never won a medal in the Asian Winter Games.