#Vietnam SEA Games

Skipping the SEA Games an option – Fernandez

Commissioner Ramon Fernandez of the Philippine Sports Commission said that skipping the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Vietnam is a possibility due to the rising cases of COVID-19 in the country.

Four sports added to 2021 SEAG calendar

Four sports disciplines have been added in the calendar of events for the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games after the SEAG Federation Executive Committee gave its thumb of approval recently.

Return to normalcy a big question for sports in 2021

Amid the slew of cancelled sports spectacles worldwide last year, the sputtering attempts to restart in empty arenas stalled events, and the success of an experimental bubble, the single biggest question for 2021 is “Will the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics, initially calendared in mid-2020 at the height of a deadly global pandemic, finally see the light of day this July?”

Bren Esports' Duckeyyy on possible head coaching role in SEA Games: I'll be honored

A world champion coach leading the Philippine national Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team in the SEA Games is definitely a dream scenario.

POC set to procure vaccines for SEAG-bound athletes

Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) President Bambol Tolentino announced Wednesday, April 7, it would procure COVID-19 vaccines as a private entity for athletes bound to the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Vietnam late this year.

Panlilio forms group for POC vaccine program

Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) First Vice President Al Panlilio has formed a working group as his first action after POC President Rep. Bambol Tolentino tasked him to lead the procurement of COVID-19 vaccines for national athletes ahead of the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Fernandez to discuss SEAG prep at PSA Forum

Team Philippines Chef De Mission to the Vietnam Southeast Asian Games Ramon Fernandez will be the special solo guest Tuesday in the online edition of the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum.

Fernandez urges NSAs to partner with LGUs for SEAG training

Philippine Sports Commissioner Mon Fernandez is encouraging national sports associations (NSAs) to look for local government units who can help them set up bubble training for athletes bound for the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Vietnam late this year.

Bambol graces PSA Forum

Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) President Abraham ‘Bambol’ Tolentino talks about the country’s campaigns in the Tokyo Olympics and the Vietnam Southeast Asian Games, respectively, with vaccines for COVID-19 coming its way when he appears as special guest in Tuesday’s Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum online edition.

Volleyball tryouts unfold in Subic

The Philippine National Volleyball Federation Inc. (PNVF) kicks off its 31st Southeast Asian Games preparations by holding tryouts for indoor and beach volleyball teams starting Wednesday, April 28, at the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority.

Filipino weightlifters to train in home provinces for SEAG

Following the successful stint of the national weightlifting team in the recently concluded Asian Championship in Uzbekistan, Samahang Weightlifting ng Pilipinas (SWP) president Monico Puentevella said he is likely to retain the setup in terms of preparation for the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Vietnam.

Vietnam to postpone SEA Games until next year: state media

Vietnam plans to postpone this year's Southeast Asian Games, state media said Wednesday, as the country grapples with a new virus outbreak.

Vietnam SEA Games moved to 2022

Member nations of the Southeast Asian Games Federation (SEAG) have unanimously decided to postpone the 31st SEA Games that Vietnam is hosting in November.