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Basketball at the South Asian Games

Basketball is a part of the South Asian Games since the 1995 edition.

Summaries

1995
Details
 India
(Madras)

India

Pakistan
1999
Details
   Nepal
(Kathmandu)

India

Pakistan
2004
Details
 Pakistan
(Islamabad)

India

Pakistan
2010
Details
 Bangladesh
(Dhaka)

Afghanistan
65–64
India

Bangladesh
75–62
Nepal
2016
Details
 India
(Guwahati, Shillong)

Championships per nation (Incomplete)

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  India 3 1 0 4
2  Afghanistan 1 0 0 ≥1
3  Pakistan 0 3 0 3
4  Bangladesh 0 0 1 ≥1


Participation Details

Team
1995

1999

2004

2010
Total
 Afghanistan - - - 1st 1
 Bangladesh ? ? ? 3rd ≥1
 Bhutan ? ? ? ? ?
 India 1st 1st 1st 2nd 4
 Maldives - ? ? ? ?
   Nepal - - ? 4th ≥1
 Pakistan 2nd 2nd 2nd ? 4
 Sri Lanka ? ? ? ? ≥1

External links

  • Pakistan basketball team named for 11th South Asian Games, gz2010.cn, accessed 25 March 2012.
  • South Asian Games: Shooters, swimmers shine as India consolidate dominance, TimesOfIndia.com, accessed 16 May 2012.
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