Muay at the 2009 Southeast Asian Games

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Muay Lao at the 2009 Southeast Asian Games was held in Beung Kha Ngong Sport Centre, Vientiane, Laos.

Medal winners[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 42–45 kg.
Pinweight
Thongngam Nattakorn
( Thailand)
Bouavanh Chanthaly
( Laos)
Le Duc Cuong
( Vietnam)
Men's 45–48 kg.
Light Flyweight
Soukhanh Taipanyavong
( Laos)
Roland Claro
( Philippines)
Aye Ko Ko
( Myanmar)
Men's 48–51 kg.
Flyweight
Thongbang Seuaphom
( Laos)
Romnick Pabalate
( Philippines)
Nane Htaw Taw
( Myanmar)
Men's 51–54 kg.
Bantamweight
Noukhit Ladsaphao
( Laos)
Anuchit Sathit
( Thailand)
Soe Maung Muang
( Myanmar)
Men's 54–57 kg.
Featherweight
Teerawat Wannalee
( Thailand)
Nguyen Tran Duy Nhat
( Vietnam)
Than Oo
( Myanmar)
Men's 57–60 kg.
Lightweight
Zaidi Laruan
( Philippines)
Vixay Bounthavy
( Laos)
Win Tun
( Myanmar)
Ly Hoang Tan
( Vietnam)
Men's 60-63.5 kg.
Light Welterweight
Weerapon Kwangkhwang
( Thailand)
Jonathan Polosan
( Philippines)
Vo Van Dai
( Vietnam)
Men's 63.5–67 kg.
Welterweight
Sakdithat Sakdarat
( Thailand)
Bui Huynh Giang
( Vietnam)
Harold Gregorio
( Philippines)
Women's 42–45 kg.
Pinweight
Molthira Vatanapackdee
( Thailand)
Bounchanh Sengpaserth
( Laos)
May Libao
( Philippines)
Women's 45–48 kg.
Light Flyweight
Phouthasone Keosayavong
( Laos)
Nguyen Thi Tuyet Dung
( Vietnam)
Maricel Subang
( Philippines)
Women's 48–51 kg.
Flyweight
Nguyen Thi Tuyet Mai
( Vietnam)
Konnika Nuanboriboon
( Thailand)
Angkor Mingxo
( Laos)
Preciosa Ocaya
( Philippines)
Women's 51–54 kg.
Bantamweight
Wanlaya Pongta
( Thailand)
Phan Thi Ngoc Linh
( Vietnam)
Ana Marie Rey
( Philippines)
Women's 54–57 kg.
Featherweight
Paylor Xaypao
( Laos)
Tran Thi Huong
( Vietnam)
Dueannapa Khongfueang
( Thailand)

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