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Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games
Abbreviation AIMAG
First event 12–19 November 2005
Bangkok, Thailand
Occur every 4 years
Last event 2013 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games
29 June–6 July 2013
Incheon, South Korea

The Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) is a new multi-sport event which had its début in 2013, among athletes representing countries from Asia, after the merger of the Asian Indoor Games and the Asian Martial Arts Games.

Editions

Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Host
(*=Asian Indoor Games, #=Asian Martial Arts Games, Canceled)

     indicates the past inaugural editions of Asian Indoor Games

     indicates the past inaugural editions of Asian Martial Arts Games
Year Games Host Winner (Gold) 2nd place (Gold) 3rd place (Gold)
2005
I
Bangkok China (24) Kazakhstan (23) Thailand (20)
2007
II
Macau China (52) Thailand (19) Hong Kong (15)
2009
III
Hanoi China (48) Vietnam (42) Kazakhstan (21)
2009
III
Bangkok Thailand (21) Kazakhstan (15) South Korea (10)
2011
IV
Doha Cancelled
2013
IV
Incheon[1] China (29) South Korea (21) Vietnam (8)
2017
V
Ashgabat[2]

References

  1. ^ AIMAG 2013 Retrieved 2013-07-22
  2. ^ AIMAG 2017 Retrieved 2013-07-22

External links

  • Official website OCASIA
  • Official website AIMAG
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