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ASEAN School Games

 

ASEAN School Games

ASEAN School Games
Abbreviation ASG
First event 2009 Bangkok, Thailand
Occur every yearly
Last event 28 June, 6 July 2011. Surabaya, Indonesia
Website http://aseanschoolsgames.com/show/

ASEAN School Games (ASG) is the annual games for


  1. ^ Official 2011 ASEAN School Games website.
  2. ^ 1st ASEAN School Games 2009
  3. ^ 2nd ASEAN School Games 2010

References

Overall Medal Tally by the end of 2014 Marikina ASEAN School Games.

Total Medal Tally

Year Games Host City 1st (gold) 2nd (gold) 3rd (gold)
ASEAN School Games
2009 I Suphanburi  Thailand (72)  Vietnam (18)  Indonesia (13)
2010 II Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia (45)  Thailand (32)  Indonesia (14)
2011 III Singapore  Thailand (29)  Singapore (26)  Malaysia (21)
2012 IV Surabaya  Thailand (38)  Indonesia (33)  Malaysia (29)
2013 V Hanoi  Vietnam (50)  Malaysia (25)  Thailand (24)
2014 VI Marikina  Malaysia (41)  Thailand (35)  Indonesia (15)
2015 VII Bandar Seri Begawan

Editions

Nation / IOC Designation Debuted IOC-Code Notes
 Laos (IOC designation: Lao People's Democratic Republic)
2013
LAO
 Malaysia
2010
MAS
 Singapore
2009
SIN
 Thailand
2009
THA
 Vietnam (IOC designation: Viet Nam)
2009
VIE
 Brunei (IOC designation: Brunei Darussalam)
2009
BRU
 Indonesia
2009
INA
FIFA-code IDN
 Philippines
2010
PHI
ISO PHL

Participating countries


  • To promote ASEAN Solidarity in our youth through school sports;
  • To provide opportunities for school athletes to benchmark their sporting talents in the ASEAN region; and
  • To provide opportunities for school athletes to interact and engage in cultural exchange within ASEAN.

Objectives

Contents

  • Objectives 1
  • Participating countries 2
  • Editions 3
  • Total Medal Tally 4
  • References 5

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