Stay updated with the latest medal tally for Malaysia at the Asian Games 2023 in Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China.
Malaysia has sent a contingent of nearly 300 athletes to participate in the 19th Asian Games held in Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China, from 23 September to 8 October. This number is significantly lower compared to the 447 athletes Malaysia sent to the previous edition of the Asian Games in 2018. However, despite being a smaller team, Malaysia has a strong track record in the Asian Games, having won a total of 36 medals in the previous edition. This impressive medal haul included 7 gold, 13 silver, and 16 bronze medals.
As 2023 sporting event unfolds, it is crucial to stay updated with the latest medal tally to discover and celebrate the outstanding achievements of the Malaysian athletes representing the country this year.
Keep an eye out for the remarkable performances and inspiring stories that will emerge from Malaysia’s participation in this prestigious sporting event.
Here is a full list of Malaysia’s Asian Games 2023 medal winners
As for the ongoing Asian Games 2023, Malaysia has already started their medal-winning journey. They have achieved early success, winning a total of 10 medals in the first few days. This comprises 2 gold medals, 2 silver medals, and 6 bronze medals. The Malaysian athletes have once again demonstrated their talent and competitive spirit, making their country proud.
Updated daily, here is a full list of Malaysia’s 2023 medal winners.
- Mohd Qabil Ambak bin Mahamad Fathil in the individual category for equestrian
- Nur Shazrin binti Mohamad Latif in the women’s one-person dinghy category for sailing
- Malaysian athletes Aira binti Azman, Rachel Mae Arnold, Aifa binti Azman, and Sivasangari Subramaniam in the women’s team category for squash
- Sivasangari Subramaniam in the women’s singles category for squash
- Ng Eain Yow in the men’s singles category for squash
- Muhammad Arif Afifudin bin Ab Malik in the men’s kumite -84kg category for karate
- The Malaysian E-sports team consisting of members Lai Chia Chien, Nicholas Ng, Ong Jun Yang, Eng Jun Hao, Yong Zhan Quan, and Chong Han Hui for the Asian Games version of Arena of Valor
- Tan Cheong Min in the women’s nanquan/ nandao all-around category for wushu
- Team Malaysia in the men’s team regu category for sepak takraw
- Diving duo Ng Yan Yee and Nur Dhabitah Sabri in the women’s synchronised 3m springboard for diving
- Aifa binti Azman and Mohammad Syafiq bin Mohd Kamal in the mixed doubles category for squash
- Anne Robberth Lovelly in the women’s individual kata category for karate
- National athletes Anne Robberth Lovelly, Naccy Nelly Evvaferra binti Rojin, and Niathalia Sherawinnie Anak Yampil in the women’s team kata category for karate
- Malaysian team consisting of members Amirul Zazwan bin Amir, Mohamad Azlan bin Alias, Mohammad Syahir bin Mohd Rosdi, Muhammad Afifuddin bin Mohd Razali, and Muhammad Zarif Marican in the men’s regu category for sepak takraw
- Muhammad Sharul Aimy in the men’s vault category for artistic gymnastics
- Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom in the men’s sprint category for cycling track
- Malaysian athletes Umar Hasbullah, Muhammad Ridwan Sahrom, Muhammad Fadhil bin Mohd Zonis in the men’s team sprint category for cycling track
- National athletes Nurul Aliana Syafika Azizan, Nurul Izzah Izzati Mohd Asri, Anis Amira Rosidi in the women’s team sprint category for cycling track
- Muhammad Asnawi Iqbal bin Adam in the boys’ dinghy category for sailing
- Tengku Nuraini Ezaty Tengku Khairudeen in the women’s windsurfer category for sailing
- Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom in the men;s keirin category for cycling track
- The Malaysian team consisting of members Muhammad Addeen Idrakie bin Bahtiar, Muhammad Syafiq bin Mohd Kamal, Ng Eain Yow, and Yuen Chee Wern in the men’s team category for squash
- Diving duo Nur Dhabitah Sabri and Pandelela Rinong Pamg in the women’s synchronised 10m platform for diving
- Muhammad Syafiq bin Puteh and Ooi Tze Liang in the men’s synchronised 3m springboard for diving
- Shereen Samson Vallabouy women’s 400m category in athletics
- Muhammad Azeem bin Mohd Fahmi in the men’s 100m category for athletics
- Malaysian athletes Bertrand Rhodict Anak Lises and Enrique Maccartney Anak Harold in the men’s synchronised 10m platform for diving
- The Malaysian E-sports team consisting of members Yap Jian Wei, Ng Wei Poong, Cheng Jin Xiang, Chan Kok Hong, Thiay Jun Wen, and Tue Soon Chuan for DOTA2
- Pandelela Rinong Pamg in the women’s 10m platform for diving
- National athletes Azreen Nabila binti Alias, Zaidatul Husniah binti Zulkifli, Nur Afrina Batrisyia, and Shereen Samson Vallabouy in the women’s 4x100m relay for athletics
- Malaysian team Alang Ariff Aqil, Mohamad Syafiq bin Md Ariffin, Mohd Juwaidi bin Mazuki, and Wong Co Wan in the compound men’s team category for archery
- Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik in the men’s doubles category for badminton
Total of medals won by Malaysia: 32 medals
Where can you watch the Asian Games 2023?
In Malaysia, fans can live stream all the events of the Asian Games 2023 on RTM and Astro, the official broadcasters of the event for this region.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
– How many gold medals did Malaysia win in Asian Games 2023?
Malaysia has achieved success, winning a total of 32 medals so far. This comprises 6 gold medals, 8 silver medals, and 18 bronze medals.
– How many sports are there in Hangzhou Asian Games 2023?
There is a total number of 40 sports and 482 categories in the Hangzhou Asian Games 2023.
– What are the dates for the Asian Games 2023?
The Asian Games 2023 will commence on 23 September and conclude on 8 October.
– How many countries are participating in the Asian Games 2023?
A total of 45 countries will be participating in this year’s sporting event.