Thailand exhibited its greatness in doubles at the SEA Games
For the very first time in history, Teqball was part of the SEA Games movement which was held in Cambodia in May.
At the 32nd SEA Games, also known as South East Asian Games Teqball debuted, however unlike new sports, the interest was huge thanks to the current successes from the local teqers.
In five categories, 34 players were from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.
With jam-packed grandstands in the Youth Federation Hall, Thailand won each of every doubles category, while by Sokphirom Riem, the hosts kept the trophy home in men’s singles and Sharifahnur Amanina took Singapore’s first gold medal in women’s single.
- Sokphirom RIEM (CAM)
- Yoga Ardika ARDIKA (INA)
- Albarilan SHAHUL HAMEED (MAS)
- Sharifahnur Amanina BTE SYED MOHD SHAHAB (SGP)
- Yunita INDRIA (INA)
- Siti Asnidah ZAMRI (MAS)
- Uthen KUKHEAW & Phakpong DEJAROEN (THA)
- Ravi OL & Thounvireak BUN (CAM)
- Sokphirom RIEM & Ravi SOUN (CAM)
- Jutatip KUNTATONG & Suphawadi WONGKHAMCHAN (THA)
- Neardey YEM & Reaksmey SOPHORN (CAM)
- Sreymeas MEY & Chanboramey NGOUN (CAM)
- Suphawadi WONGKHAMCHAN & Phakpong DEJAROEN (THA)
- Sreymeas MEY & Thounvireak BUN (CAM)
- Sopha Pich & Ravi SOUN (CAM)