- Southeast Asian Games
Infobox Sporting Event Organization
name = Southeast Asian Games
caption = The Southeast Asian Games Federation logo and flag; the ten circles represent the ten
abbreviation = SEA Games
formation = 12-17 December, 1959
recurrence = 2 years
last = 6-15 December, 2007
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
leader_title = executive organizing committee
website = [http://www.2007seagames.com/eng/Organization/Emblem/tabid/187/Default.aspx 2007 SEA Games]
The Southeast Asian Games (also known as the SEA Games), is a biennial
multi-sport eventinvolving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia. The games is under regulation of the Southeast Asian Games Federationwith supervision by the International Olympic Committee(IOC) and the Olympic Council of Asia.
Gold medal tally
*"9 times": INA
*"4 times": THA
*"1 time" : MAS, VIE, PHI
2nd Gold Tally
*"9 times": THA
*"3 times": MAS
*"2 times": INA, PHI
3rd Gold Tally
*"6 times": PHI
*"3 times": INA, THA
*"2 times": VIE
*"1 time": MYA, MAS
NOTE:Winning tallies only includes the results from Southeast Asian Games or SEA Games since 1977.
All-time medal count
:"As of the
2007 Southeast Asian Games."
*1 Competed as Malaya in the inaugural games until 1961.
*2 The Republic of South Vietnam was dissolved in July 1976 when it merged with the
Democratic Republic of Vietnam(North Vietnam) to become the Socialist Republic of Vietnamalso known as Vietnam. Therefore, the medal counts for this country are considered to be as until 1975. International Olympic Committee(IOC) is not using codes for South Vietnam anymore after unifying with North Vietnam.
*3 Competed as Cambodia, Kampuchea, and Khmer Republic.
*4 In 1989 edition, a unified Vietnam re-join the games with new name and new flag. Medals made by South Vietnam are already combined here. "See table tally above for South Vietnam."
*5 Competed as Burma until 1985; The City of Chonburi and Bangkok are among the places were the 24th SEA Games held; SEA Games 2011 is going to be hosted by Indonesia and according to the reports aside from Jakarta there are three cities will be involved in this event, they are (Bandung, Palembang, Semarang)
East Asian Games
* [http://www.ocasia.org/regional_games.asp Olympic Council of Asia Regional Hosting List]
* [http://www.internationalgames.net/seagames.htm Southeast Asian Games Information]
* [http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/229330/1/.html Singapore 2013]
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