|Philippines at the|
1982 Asian Games
|NOC||Philippine Olympic Committee|
|in New Delhi|
|Asian Games appearances (overview)|
The Philippines participated in the 1982 Asian Games held in New Delhi, India from November 19 to December 4, 1982. Ranked 10th with 2 gold medals, 3 silver medals and 9 bronze medals with a total of 14 over-all medals.
A year after emerging as the country's newest track sensation with a golden double at the 1981 Manila Southeast Asian Games, Lydia de Vega became Asia's sprint darling, winning the century dash in the 1982 Asian Games. The 17-year old De Vega bagged the 100-meter dash in 11.76 seconds to become Asia's fastest woman.
It was only one of the two gold medals won by the 114-man contingent, but it was enough to brighten another dismal performance by the Philippines in the quadrennial meet. A swimmer named William "Billy" Wilson maintained swimming's legacy as a perennial source of medals, winning the gold medal in the 200-meter freestyle. 
The following Philippine competitors won medals at the Games.
|1||Gold||Lydia de Vega||Women's 100m|
|2||Gold||William Wilson||Men's 200m Freestyle|
|1||Silver||Efren Tabanas||Light flyweight 48kg|
|3||Silver||William Wilson||Men's 400m Freestyle|
|1||Bronze||Hector Begeo||Men's 3000m Steeplechase|
|2||Bronze||Fernando de Asis||Lightweight 60kg|
|3||Bronze||Raymundo Suico||Welterweight 67kg|
|4||Bronze||Rodolfo Guaves||Track 1km time Trial|
|5||Bronze||Edgardo Pagarigan||Track Points Race|
|Track Team Pursuit|
|8||Bronze||Jose Medina||50m Rifle Prone|
|9||Bronze||William Wilson||Men's 1500m Freestyle|
|Totals (7 entries)||2||3||9||14|