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Here's What the 2022 SEA Games Gold Medal Looks Like, Made From 24 Karat Gold!

Here’s What the 2022 SEA Games Gold Medal Looks Like, Made From 24 Karat Gold!

The biggest sporting event in Southeast Asia was finally officially held after being delayed for a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Every country, of course, is now competing to get as many gold medals as possible to come out as the overall champion at the 31st SEA Gamesst 2022 which will be held in Vietnam.

Interestingly, there are many interesting facts about the grand event, one of which is the gold medal which will be contested by 11 countries in Southeast Asia.

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Have Prepared 4000 Medals

Photo via Vn Express

All medal production for the SEA Games is expected to see around 4,000 medals awarded to athletes at the biggest sporting event in the region.

This five-millimeter-thick SEA Games medal features Sao La, the Olympic mascot, and the other side is embossed with the SEA Games logo.

The colorful patterns on these medals symbolize the extraordinary will, aspirations to conquer, and high sporting spirit of the athletes.

Wrapped in 24 Karat Gold

Photo via Hanoi Times

The gold medal itself will be made of 24-karat gold plated material. To maintain the durability of the product, each medal will be coated with three layers and covered with an additional layer on the outside, while the ribbon used to hold the medal will be made of woven fabric.

SEA Games 31 with the theme “For a stronger Southeast Asia”, will take place from 12 to 23 May in Hanoi and will be attended by all countries in the Southeast Asia region such as Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos, Singapore, Philippines, Timor Leste, Thailand and host Vietnam.

Every country has prepared a big bonus for athletes who have won medals in the prestigious event.

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