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1985 South Asian Games
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Dhaka, Bangladesh| Nations participating = 7| Athletes participating = –| Events = 7 sports| Opening ceremony = 20 December| Closing ceremony = 26 December| Officially opened by = Hussain Muhammad Ershad, President of Bangladesh| Stadium = Bangabandhu National Stadium| Motto = 1984 South Asian Games>19841987 South Asian Games>1987}}The 1985 South Asian Games (or 2nd SAF Games) were held in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 20 December to 26 December 1985.National Sports Council, Nepal "South Asian Games" {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20101217073120weblink |date=2010-12-17 }}. Retrieved on 16 February 2011

Participating nations

A total of 7 countries participated in the 1985 South Asian Games.
  • {{flag|Bangladesh}}
  • {{flag|Bhutan}}
  • {{flag|India}}
  • {{flag|Maldives}}
  • {{flag|Nepal}}
  • {{flag|Pakistan}}
  • {{flag|Sri Lanka}}

Sports

There were 7 official sports for the 2nd SAF Games. They were:
  • (File:Athletics pictogram.svg|20px) Athletics
  • (File:Boxing pictogram.svg|20px) Boxing
  • (File:Football pictogram.svg|20px) Football
  • (File:Kabaddi pictogram.svg|20px) Kabaddi (debut)
  • (File:Swimming pictogram.svg|20px) Swimming
  • (File:Weightlifting pictogram.svg|20px) Weightlifting
  • (File:Wrestling pictogram.svg|20px) Wrestling (debut)
Kabaddi and Wrestling were included for the first time during the 1987 games.

Medal tally

{hide}Medals table
| caption =
| host = BAN
| flag_template = flagcountry
| event =
| team =
| gold_IND = 61 | silver_IND = 32 | bronze_IND = 14
| gold_PAK = 21 | silver_PAK = 26 | bronze_PAK = 12
| gold_BAN = 9 | silver_BAN = 17 | bronze_BAN = 38 | host_BAN = yes
| gold_SRI = 2 | silver_SRI = 7 | bronze_SRI = 9
| gold_NEP = 1 | silver_NEP = 9 | bronze_NEP = 22
| gold_BHU = 0 | silver_BHU = 0 | bronze_BHU = 4
| gold_MDV = 0 | silver_MDV = 0 | bronze_MDV = 0
{edih}

References

{{reflist}}{{SAFGames}}{{Bangladesh-sport-stub}}{{Sport-event-stub}}

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