SEA Games: Bumper 49 golds up for grabs, here's where to watch the free events

Thailand's Tamarine Tanasugarn and Noppawan Lertcheewakarn celebrate as they win the gold medal in the Tennis Women's Team Final. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE SEA GAMES ORGANISING COMMITTEE/ACTION IMAGES VIA REUTERS
Thailand's Tamarine Tanasugarn and Noppawan Lertcheewakarn celebrate as they win the gold medal in the Tennis Women's Team Final. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE SEA GAMES ORGANISING COMMITTEE/ACTION IMAGES VIA REUTERS
Singapore's Jodie Lai (right) competes in the female single handed optimist (U16) finals on 13 June 2015. She won the gold medal. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
Singapore's Jodie Lai (right) competes in the female single handed optimist (U16) finals on 13 June 2015. She won the gold medal. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
Singapores Lee Jer Ling Serene (L) in the Women's Mass Start Road Race Final. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE SEA GAMES ORGANISING COMMITTEE/ACTION IMAGES VIA REUTERS
Singapores Lee Jer Ling Serene (L) in the Women's Mass Start Road Race Final. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE SEA GAMES ORGANISING COMMITTEE/ACTION IMAGES VIA REUTERS
Singapore's Natalia Claire Wee Tuning (right) in action with Malaysia's Cheah Pei Yi in a Preliminary round Floorball match. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE SEA GAMES ORGANISING COMMITTEE/ACTION IMAGES VIA REUTERS 
Singapore's Natalia Claire Wee Tuning (right) in action with Malaysia's Cheah Pei Yi in a Preliminary round Floorball match. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE SEA GAMES ORGANISING COMMITTEE/ACTION IMAGES VIA REUTERS 

SINGAPORE - A bumper 49 golds across 18 sports will be up for grabs on Sunday at the SEA Games, and Singapore will be gunning for a number of them.

The final Super Sunday of the Games will see archery, badminton, basketball, bowling, cycling, floorball, rhythmic gymnastics, pencak silat, petanque, rowing, sailing, sepak takraw, squash, taekwondo, tennis, volleyball, water-polo and waterski being contested. 

Those who want to cheer Team Singapore on as they bid to add to their record gold tally can head down to Marina Bay and the National Sailing Centre where the Republic’s sailors are strong contenders for many of the gold medals on offer.

Singapore’s bowlers should also do well at the Orchid Country Club, while over at the ITE College Central, expect a thrilling atmosphere as the hosts gun for the first-ever SEA Games floorball golds. 

Scenic Bedok Reservoir will provide the ideal backdrop for some great water-ski and wakeboard action as double gold medallist Sasha Christian bids for a hat-trick of titles.

Tennis fans might also want to head down to the Kallang Tennis Centre to see if Thailand can continue their dominant form.

For members of the public hoping to get a taste of the SEA Games action before the closing ceremony on Tuesday, there are still tickets available for sale for badminton at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, and waterpolo at the OCBC Aquatic Centre. 

Tickets are also available for three basketball matches on Sunday - in the Timor Leste vs Vietnam, Malaysia vs Cambodia men’s matches, and Thailand vs Indonesia women’s match.

However, tickets for two men’s semi-final games (Singapore vs Indonesia, Philippines vs Thailand) are already sold out. Other sports which are sold out for tomorrow are sepak takraw, pencak silat, rhythmic gymnastics, taekwondo and volleyball.

The remaining sports are all free-entry events, and can be caught at the following venues:

Archery: Kallang Cricket Field

Bowling: Orchid Country Club

Cycling: Marina Bay South

Floorball: ITE College Central

Petanque: Padang

Rowing: Marina Channel

Sailing: Marina Bay and National Sailing Centre

Tennis: Kallang Tennis Centre

Waterski: Bedok Reservoir

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