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    {{Olympic Games infobox}}The Asian Games, also known as Asiad,BOOK,weblink China's Great Leap: The Beijing Games and Olympian Human Rights Challenges, Seven Stories, 9781583228432, 2011-01-04, is a continental multi-sport event held every four years among athletes from all over Asia. The Games were regulated by the Asian Games Federation (AGF) from the first Games in New Delhi, India, until the 1978 Games. Since the 1982 Games, they have been organized by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), after the breakup of the Asian Games Federation.WEB, OCA History,weblink OCA, 14 August 2010,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110522121136weblink">weblink 22 May 2011, dead, dmy-all, The Games are recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and are described as the second largest multi-sport event after the Olympic Games.NEWS, Asian Games Taps Three-Time Olympic Sportscaster For New Sports Radio Talk Show,weblink 8 September 2010, Sports Biz Asia, 8 February 2010, dead,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20101127010308weblink">weblink 27 November 2010, NEWS, Fully renovated basketball arena ready for Asian Games,weblink 8 September 2010, Sports City, 22 July 2009, dead,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20100613080957weblink">weblink 13 June 2010, dmy, There have been nine nations that have hosted the Asian Games. Forty-six nations have participated in the Games, including Israel, which was excluded from the Games after their last participation in 1974.The most recent games was held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia from 18 August to 2 September 2018. The next games are scheduled to be held in Hangzhou, China from 10 - 25 September 2022. Since 2010, host cities are contracted to manage the Asian Games and the Asian Para Games, the latter an event for athletes with physical conditions to compete with each other. The Asian Para Games are held immediately following the Asian Games.

    History

    Prior formation

    The Far Eastern Championship Games existed previous to the Asian Games, the former mooted in 1912 for a location set between the Empire of Japan, the Philippines, and China. The inaugural Far Eastern Games were held in Manila in 1913 with 6 participating nations. There were ten Far Eastern Games held by 1934. The second Sino-Japanese War in 1934, and Japan's insistence on including the Manchu Empire as a competitor nation in the Games, brought China to announce its withdrawal from participation. The Far Eastern Games scheduled for 1938 were cancelled. The organization was discontinued.WEB, Far Eastern Championship Games,weblink Olympic Council of Asia, 19 November 2014,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20140226015204weblink">weblink 26 February 2014, dead,

    Formation

    After World War II, sovereignty came to several areas of Asia. Many of these countries sought to exhibit Asian prowess without violence. At the London 1948 Summer Olympics, a conversation started amongst China and the Philippines to restore the idea of the Far Eastern Games. Guru Dutt Sondhi, the Indian International Olympic Committee representative, believed that the restoration of the Far Eastern Games would sufficiently display the spirit of unity and level of achievement taking place in Asian sports. He proposed the idea of a new competition  – which came to be the Asian Games. The Asian Athletic Federation would eventually be formed. A preparatory committee was set up to draft the charter for this new body. On 13 February 1949, the Asian Athletic Federation was formally inaugurated in and New Delhi announced as the inaugural host city to be held in 1950.WEB, 亚运会是从什么时候开始举办的,每几年举办一次?,weblink wangchao.org, 14 August 2010,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20130907015334weblink">weblink 7 September 2013, dead, NEWS, 亚运会的前世今生:前身远东运动会 中国成绩优异,weblink 14 August 2010, Sina, 4 August 2010,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20111202111615weblink">weblink 2 December 2011, live,

    Crisis, reorganisation, expansion

    File:Indian athletes at the First Asiad.png|thumb|The first Asian Games opening ceremony]]In 1962, the Games were hit by several crises. The host country Indonesia, refused to permit the participation of Israel and Taiwan due to political and religious issues. The IOC would terminate its sponsorship of the Games and terminated Indonesia membership in the IOC.NEWS, Track: Asian Games Dropped By Olympics,weblink 14 August 2010, Daytona Beach, 23 August 1962, The Asian Football Confederation (AFC),WEB, 第4届 1962年雅加达亚运会,weblink data.sports.163.com, 14 August 2010, dead,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110703111711weblink">weblink 3 July 2011, International Amateur Athletics Federation (IAAF) and International Weightlifting Federation (IWF), also removed their recognition of the Games.NEWS, Penalty Dealt to Indonesia,weblink 14 August 2010, Spokane Daily Chronicles, 13 September 1962, NEWS, Warning,weblink 14 August 2010, The Age, 30 August 1962, South Korea renounced its plan to host the 1970 Asian Games on the grounds of a national security crisis; the main reason was due to a financial crisis. The previous host, Thailand, would host the Games in Bangkok using funds transferred from South Korea.WEB, 第六届 1970年曼谷亚运会,weblink Data.sports.163.com, 22 July 2010, dead,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110703111556weblink">weblink 3 July 2011, dmy-all, Japan declined the opportunity to host was asked to host; they were already committed to Expo '70 in Osaka.WEB, Thailand's Sporting Spirit,weblink Pattaya Mail Sports, 22 July 2010,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110617051015weblink">weblink 17 June 2011, live, This edition marked the Games' inaugural television broadcasting, world-wide.WEB, 第六届 1970年曼谷亚运会,weblink data.sports.163, 9 October 2010, dead,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110703111556weblink">weblink 3 July 2011, dmy-all, In Tehran, in 1974, the Games formally recognized the participation of China, North Korea and Mongolia. Israel was allowed to participate despite the opposition from the Arab world, while Taiwan was permitted to continue taking part (as "Chinese Taipei") although its status was abolished in general meeting on 16 November 1973 by Games Federation.WEB, 第七届 1974年德黑兰亚运会,weblink data.sports.163.com, 9 October 2010, dead,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110703111526weblink">weblink 3 July 2011, dmy-all, Prior to the 1978 Games, Pakistan retracted its plan to host the 1975 Games due to a financial crisis and political issues.WEB, 第8届 1978年曼谷亚运会,weblink Data.sports.163.com, 22 July 2010, dead,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110703111453weblink">weblink 3 July 2011, dmy-all, Thailand offer to host and the Games were held in Bangkok. As in 1962, Taiwan and Israel were refused the participation by Games Federation, amid political issues and security fears.NEWS, Asian Games Federation says no to Israel,weblink 9 October 2010, Anchorage Daily News, 3 June 1978, Several governing bodies protested the ban. The IAAF threatened to bar the participating athletes from the 1980 Summer Olympics.NEWS, New Israeli rejection forces Asian athletes to risk Olympic hope,weblink 9 October 2010, The Montreal Gazette, 22 November 1978, Several nations withdraw prior to the Games opening.NEWS, Indonesia, Hong Kong protest ban on Israel,weblink 9 October 2010, St. Petersburg Times, 4 December 1978, These events led the National Olympic Committees in Asia to revise the constitution of the Asian Games Federation. The Olympic Council of Asia was created in November 1981, excluding Israel.NEWS, Israelis facing Asian ban,weblink 9 October 2010, Ottawa Citizen, 10 December 1981, India was scheduled to host in 1982 and the OCA decided not to drop the old AGF timetable. The OCA formally started to supervise the Games with the South Korea 1986 Asian Games.NEWS, Olympics,weblink 9 October 2010, The Montreal Gazette, 28 November 1981, In the succeeding Games, Taiwan (Republic of China) was re-admitted, under pressure by the People's Republic of China to compete as Chinese Taipei.NEWS, China welcomes Taiwan's AG trip,weblink 9 October 2010, Manila Standard, 16 July 1988, In 1994, the Games included the inaugural participation of the former republics of the Soviet Union: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. It was the inaugural Games held in a host country outside its capital city.WEB, 第12届 1994年广岛亚运会,weblink data.sports.163.com, 9 October 2010, dead,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20101202025642weblink">weblink 2 December 2010, dmy-all, However, Iraq was suspended from the Games due to the 1990 Persian Gulf War. North Korea boycotted the Games due to political issues. It was marred during the Games' opening ceremony by the death of Nareshkumar Adhikari, the chief of the Nepalese delegation.NEWS, Let the Games Begin,weblink 9 October 2010, New Straits Times, 3 October 1994, The 1998 Games marked the fourth time the Games were held in Bangkok, Thailand. The opening ceremony was on 6 December; the previous three were on 9 December. King Bhumibol Adulyadej opened the Games; the closing ceremony was on 20 December (the same date as all the previous games hosted by Thailand).

    Symbols

    The Asian Games Movement uses symbols to represent the ideals embodied in the Asian Games charter. The Asian Games flag has four editions.

    Participation

    {{See also|Olympic Council of Asia}}All 45 members affiliated to the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) are eligible to participate in the Games.According to membership in the OCA, transcontinental Kazakhstan participates in the Asian Games but Egypt does not, participating in the All-Africa Games instead. Various countries participating in the European Games rather than the Asian Games are partially or fully in Asia: Turkey, Russia (major parts in Asia); Azerbaijan, Georgia (almost completely in Asia); Cyprus, Armenia, Israel (fully in Asia).In history, 46 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) have sent competitors to the Games. Israel has been excluded from the Games since 1976, the reason cited as being due to security reasons.NEWS, Asian Games ban Israel,weblink 29 July 2007, St. Petersburg Times, 26 July 1976, Israel requested to participate in the 1982 Games, but the request was rejected by the organizers due to the Munich massacre.NEWS, Israel not invited to Asian Games,weblink 29 July 2007, Lakeland Ledger, 26 May 1982, {{dead link|date=July 2019|bot=medic}}{{cbignore|bot=medic}} Israel is now a member of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) and competes at the European Games.Taiwan, Palestine, Hong Kong, and Macau participate in the Asian Games according to membership in OCA. Due to its continuing ambiguous political status, Taiwan participates in the Games under the flag of Chinese Taipei since 1990. Macau NOC is allowed to compete as one of the NOCs in Asian Games, despite not being recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for participation in the Olympic Games.In 2007, the President of OCA, Sheikh Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah, rejected the proposal to allow Australia to participate in the Games. He stated that while Australia would add good value to the Asian Games, it would be unfair to the Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC).NEWS, No place for Australia in Asian Games,weblink 2010-07-29, The Sydney Morning Herald, 2007-04-17,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20150924203541weblink">weblink 24 September 2015, live, Being members of ONOC, Australia and New Zealand participates in Pacific Games since 2015. This motion was mooted again in 2017 after Australia's participation in the 2017 Winter Games as they are in discussions to become a full Asian Games member from 2022 or 2026.NEWS, Harper, Tony, Australia in discussions to take part in Asian Games from 2022,weblink 6 August 2017, Fox Sports, Foxsports.com.au, 21 February 2017,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20170504235915weblink">weblink 4 May 2017, live, However, the Australian Olympic Committee announced that Australia would be allowed a small contingent of athletes for the 2022 Games, as long as the qualification for Summer Olympics events such as basketball and volleyball are through Asia.NEWS, Oceania nations allowed small quota of athletes at 2022 Asian Games,weblink 24 September 2017, The Indian Express, Reuters, Indianexpress.com, 21 September 2017,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20170924052810weblink">weblink 24 September 2017, live, Only seven countries, namely India, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Thailand have competed in all editions of the games.

    List of Asian Games

    {{location map+|Asia|float=center|width=800|caption=Host cities of the Asian Games|places={{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=28.637005|long=77.214353|label=1951, 1982}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=14.607218|long=120.98422|label=1954}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=35.749168|long=139.216003|label=1958}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=-6.205173|long=106.850117|label=1962, 2018}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=13.765773|long=100.501765|label=1966, 1970, 1978, 1998}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=35.702555|long=51.421230|label=1974}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=right|lat=37.566189|long=126.977877|label=1986}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=left|lat=39.909395|long=116.413938|label=1990}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=right|lat=34.398808|long=132.469337|label=1994}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=bottom|lat=35.167257|long=129.060814|label=2002}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=25.290967|long=51.532549|label=2006}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=23.145803|long=113.277283|label=2010}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=37.456374|long=126.704562|label=2014}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=-2.972077|long=104.775431|label=2018}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=30.278279|long=120.155070|label=2022}}{{Location map~|Asia|position=|lat=35.183333|long=136.900000|label=2026}}}}{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center; font-size:90%;"
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    1954 Asian Games>II|1954 Manila {{flag|Philippines}} President Ramon Magsaysay 1 May 9 May|18|970|8|76{{flagIOC2team1954 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002241/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=N8OERIJY3VFGHCVSNAZPUGBZPR8HOGXGGMQINDKMRJLLDLVLJQLOF256ZSV8HTMYHI3KUOEJF3LJSVDEPMHHSA==URL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1958 Asian Games>III|1958 Tokyo {{flag1870}} Emperor Hirohito 24 May 1 June|16|1,820|13|97{{flagIOC2team1958 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002245/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=GN3GBI+BZ52LCPOFZUQ1L0IPNOHKTJRZVEOTS2DLZ4C2PL82BWZYQU%2FQVBCFITOUEGPLX9IL7M1ZX4OEODEWFW%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1962 Asian Games>IV|1962 Jakarta {{flag|Indonesia}} President Sukarno 24 August 4 September|12|1,460|13|88{{flagIOC2team1962 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002222/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=FP6MQPVMRAQKW2AX2WDTQT%2FDKA7UANAGDEXIMVOOMVOLX21G3GUNME%2FUED6XJV9VI8F1Z2NYNVM0J%2FYKVNCYNA%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1966 Asian Games>V|1966 Bangkok {{flag|Thailand}} King Bhumibol Adulyadej {{nowrap|9 December}} {{nowrap|20 December}}|16|1,945|14|143{{flagIOC2team1966 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002244/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=SVH8YZVFX1MVM6BVPTRPRLH37YNSCNBDDDC%2FN7%2FOD5GYNE0NSAI2K+SRPVI3H9BL4KQPXMA4T6KZBFEVP2RTZA%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1970 Asian Games>VI|1970 Bangkok {{flag|Thailand}} King Bhumibol Adulyadej {{nowrap|9 December}} {{nowrap|20 December}}|16|2,400|13|135{{flagIOC2team1970 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002248/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1TOTDOQ9FNWLRKUYRBA89SNAGCUW6TFEHVHM4EFHATCSLQNMTPFTS9SJIWLGFBQCVG==URL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1974 Asian Games>VII|1974 Tehran {{flag1964}} Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi {{nowrap|1 September}} {{nowrap|16 September}}|19|3,010|16|202{{flagIOC2team1974 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002229/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1MIK5B0TZM3CJCLDJRCQIZO8QEVLJTBYWJQIVSHLDPGGY6QXSG2RQCGHPOWHRVZO3G==URL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1978 Asian Games>VIII|1978 Bangkok {{flag|Thailand}} King Bhumibol Adulyadej {{nowrap|9 December}} {{nowrap|20 December}}|19|3,842|19|201{{flagIOC2team1978 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002224/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1VEO%2FGG9KWYWO0KWU8IAIYA10OXQDEB2ZZYHUDPW%2FXQSEWEJ12N1H0BH7WM0KJVTTW%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1982 Asian Games>IX|1982 New Delhi {{flag|India}} President Zail Singh {{nowrap|19 November}} {{nowrap|4 December}}|23|3,411|21|147{{flagIOC2team1982 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002230/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1LYBIFSOISEDPX7%2FCSCJV2SNKZGBWSED05NSYHNX4FJVUEQC+CO5BAOJEMJW9RUP3G%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1986 Asian Games>X|1986 Seoul {{nowrapSouth Korea|1984}}}} President Chun Doo-hwan {{nowrap|20 September}} {{nowrap|5 October}}|22|4,839|25|270{{flagIOC2team1986 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002302/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1IFWVOSG%2FOPOWERK7ZR7ARHBMKN5FLUZZHRBRR1QTW9E2WEG0H8SKGPNDR55HBQUNA%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1990 Asian Games>XI|1990 Beijing {{flag|China}} President Yang Shangkun {{nowrap|22 September}} {{nowrap|7 October}}|36|6,122|27|310{{flagIOC2team1990 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002312/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1VOPHNL5JCPT4MXOYZE7LG7U%2FDCNYMODMXHF4PJ3AN0AHZASE1V7KM0AQVOHRQAE2G%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1994 Asian Games>XII|1994 Hiroshima {{flag1870}} Emperor Akihito {{nowrap|2 October}} {{nowrap|16 October}}|42|6,828|34|338{{flagIOC2team1994 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002222/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1TLQS3OEOQ%2FFIGIKI7N88VI5BMFVYUU%2FE6A4C2HS9YJKYIBX+1NFE3VKCFL%2FE6LTTW%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    1998 Asian Games>XIII|1998 Bangkok {{flag|Thailand}} King Bhumibol Adulyadej {{nowrap|6 December}} {{nowrap|20 December}}|41|6,554|36|377{{flagIOC2team1998 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002256/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1KPCOS21JPBVLCZO0L2M2JBUKQ+QZYC72ARAOZYO9SHTU4ZRMJY3Z6EWUF+JXZ7VRW==URL-STATUS=LIVE,
    2002 Asian Games>XIV|2002 Busan {{flag1997}} President Kim Dae-jung {{nowrap|29 September}} {{nowrap|14 October}}|44|7,711|38|419{{flagIOC2team2002 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002311/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1RR6TEXAEXAYNK17WTF+JTDM3N2V9QQK18AOQAR4FZ2HA9%2FB6PPQS3EVR8PE6VLEFA%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    2006 Asian Games>XV|2006 Doha {{flag|Qatar}} {{nowrapHamad bin Khalifa Al Thani>Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani}} {{nowrap|1 December}} {{nowrap|15 December}}|45|9,520|39|424{{flagIOC2team2006 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002228/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1UXOIZ2IRZ4RMIAEBIHWIXXNN8TXNLDLYBH2V4JGKUPUP12ZN7EZTOTN+UH+WHZRKA==URL-STATUS=LIVE,
    2010 Asian Games>XVI|2010 Guangzhou {{flag|China}} Premier Wen Jiabao {{nowrap|12 November}} {{nowrap|27 November}}|45|9,704|42|476{{flagIOC2team2010 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002308/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=AKK4+ELTTKU0FFSE77FVUFJXR631HLJMR6BMOIPOU7PG1ZYQ6SPKBMEACMQ+P4R9J%2FXB3ZRR0MXCUGKFYKPIGW%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    2014 Asian Games>XVII|2014 Incheon {{flag|South Korea}} President Park Geun-hye {{nowrap|19 September}} {{nowrap|4 October}}|45|9,501|36|439{{flagIOC2team2014 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002226/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=AKK4+ELTTKU0FFSE77FVUFSABEQ+7PBDEDIWZQMXVIILKEU8DBTCRPORJJXKGRKOY+P7%2FKBY5FQYSZ6I4RCR8G%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    2018 Asian Games>XVIII|2018 {{nowrap|Jakarta-Palembang}} {{flag|Indonesia}} President Joko Widodo {{nowrap|18 August}} {{nowrap|2 September}}|45|11,300|40|465{{flagIOC2team2018 Asian Games}}PUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002255/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1MKUCBOLMD09YB3SA8PB6ICXLV3EWQZS6SCXXY5XO9OPOQCRG4G+DQDHTPI7IBIHLQ==URL-STATUS=LIVE,
    2022 Asian Games>XIX|2022 Hangzhou {{flag|China}} {{nowrap|10 September}} {{nowrap|25 September}}Future eventPUBLISHER=OCAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180911002310/HTTP://WWW.OCASIA.ORG/GAME/GHAFDETAILS?Q=MWBJABF3SF4+EEDVJSHP1JKOWGWEOIVJF75C4TDOKOJIU%2FAUOF6OOXV3GHO0XTLR1XAMQ1MBO%2F0RJIVXEBBXYQ%3D%3DURL-STATUS=LIVE,
    2026 Asian Games>XX|2026 Nagoya {{flag|Japan}} {{nowrap|19 September}} {{nowrap|4 October}}Future event|

    Sports

    The average for the edition of events by the edition of the Asian Games is of nearly 260 events with 24 sports by edition.Fifty-one sports, spanning 39 different disciplines and nearly 400 events, have been part of the Asian Games program at one point or another, including the 2018 Games in Indonesia. The edition where the largest number of events was the Guangzhou 2010 Games, where 476 events in 42 sports were disputed. The number of events varies according to edition and the demands of the local organizing committee, along with those of the host country. It was established in 2011, that the Games program would respect the eventual changes to the Olympic Games program along with this, eight extremely popular sports in Asia are in the program, plus up to 7 chosen by the local organization.NEWS, Incheon 2014 issues delayed,weblink 2010-11-14, Olympic Council of Asia, 2010-11-13,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110727140834weblink">weblink 2011-07-27, dead, NEWS, Incheon Asian Games to Feature 36 Sports,weblink 2010-12-10, The Chosun Ilbo, 2010-12-10,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20180929194211weblink">weblink 29 September 2018, live, {| cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"{| class=wikitable! Sport || YearsArchery at the Asian Games>Archery Since 1978Athletics at the Asian Games>Athletics AllBadminton at the Asian Games>Badminton Since 1962Baseball at the Asian Games>Baseball Since 1994Basketball at the Asian Games>Basketball All Board games at the Asian Games >| 2006–2010 Bodybuilding at the Asian Games >| 2002–2006Bowling at the Asian Games>Bowling 1978, 1986, since 1994Boxing at the Asian Games>Boxing Since 1954Canoeing at the Asian Games>Canoeing Since 1986Contract bridge at the Asian Games>Contract bridge 2018 only Cricket at the Asian Games >| 2010–2014 Cue sports at the Asian Games >| 1998–2010Cycling at the Asian Games>Cycling 1951, since 1958Dancesport at the Asian Games >| 2010 onlyDragon boat at the Asian Games >| 2010 and 2018Diving at the Asian Games>Diving AllEquestrian at the Asian Games>Equestrian 1982–1986, since 1994Fencing at the Asian Games>Fencing 1974–1978, since 1986Field hockey at the Asian Games>Field hockey Since 1958Football at the Asian Games>Football AllGolf at the Asian Games>Golf Since 1982Gymnastics at the Asian Games>Gymnastics Since 1974Handball at the Asian Games>Handball Since 1982Judo at the Asian Games>Judo Since 1986Kabaddi at the Asian Games>Kabaddi Since 1990{| class=wikitable! Sport || YearsKarate at the Asian Games>Karate Since 1994Martial art sports at the Asian Games>Martial art sports 2018 onlyParagliding at the 2018 Asian Games>Paragliding 2018 only|Pencak Silat|2018 onlyModern pentathlon at the Asian Games>Modern pentathlon 1994, 2002, since 2010Roller sports at the Asian Games>Roller sports 2010 and 2018Rowing at the Asian Games>Rowing Since 1982Rugby sevens at the Asian Games>Rugby sevens Since 1998Sailing at the Asian Games>Sailing 1970, since 1978Sepak takraw at the Asian Games>Sepak takraw Since 1990Shooting at the Asian Games>Shooting Since 1954Sport climbing at the Asian Games>Sport climbing 2018 onlySoftball at the Asian Games>Softball since 1990Soft tennis at the Asian Games>Soft tennis since 1990Squash at the Asian Games>Squash since 1998Swimming at the Asian Games>Swimming AllSynchronized swimming at the Asian Games>Synchronized Swimming Since 1994Table tennis at the Asian Games>Table tennis 1958–1966, since 1974Taekwondo at the Asian Games>Taekwondo 1986, since 1994Tennis at the Asian Games>Tennis 1958–1966, since 1974Triathlon at the Asian Games>Triathlon Since 2006Volleyball at the Asian Games>Volleyball Since 1958Water polo at the Asian Games>Water polo AllWeightlifting at the Asian Games>Weightlifting 1951–1958, since 1966Wrestling at the Asian Games>Wrestling Since 1954Wushu at the Asian Games>Wushu Since 1990

    Disciplines

    {| class=wikitable! Sport || Disciplines || Years Aquatics Diving at the Asian Games>Diving AllSwimming at the Asian Games>Swimming AllSynchronized swimming at the Asian Games>Synchronized Swimming Since 1994Water polo at the Asian Games>Water polo All BaseballBaseball at the Asian Games>Baseball Since 1994Softball at the Asian Games>Softball Since 1990 BasketballBasketball at the Asian Games>Basketball All3-on-3 basketball at the Asian Games>3x3 basketball since 2018 Board games| 2006–2010| 2010| 2010 Canoeing| Since 2010| Since 1990Dragon boat at the Asian Games>Traditional boat race 2010 and 2018 Cycling| Since 2010| 1998–2002, since 2010| 1951, since 1958| 1951, 1958, since 1966 Equestrian| 1986, since 1994| 2006 only| 1982–1986, since 1998| 1982–1986, since 1994| 1982 only Gymnastics| Since 1974| Since 1994| Since 2006 Martial art sportsJujitsu at the 2018 Asian Games>Jujitsu 2018 onlyKurash at the 2018 Asian Games>Kurash 2018 onlyPencak silat at the 2018 Asian Games>Pencak Silat 2018 onlySambo at the 2018 Asian Games>Sambo 2018 onlyWushu at the Asian Games>Wushu 2018 only {{abbras the martial art sports}} Mechanical sports| 2018 onlyParagliding| 2018 only Roller sports| 2010 only| 2010 and 2018| 2018 only Rugby union| 1998–2002| Since 1998 TennisTennis at the Asian Games>Tennis 1958–1966, since 1974Soft tennis at the Asian Games>Soft tennis Since 1994 VolleyballVolleyball at the Asian Games>Volleyball Since 1958Volleyball at the Asian Games>Nine-a-side volleyball 1958–1962Beach volleyball at the Asian Games>Beach volleyball Since 1998

    Medal count

    Of the 46 National Olympic Committees participating throughout the history of the Games, 43 nations have won at least a single medal in the competition, leaving three nations: Bhutan, Maldives and Timor-Leste yet to win a single medal. 38 nations have won at least one gold medal (only Japan and India have done so at every Asian Games), while Japan and China became the only two nations in history to emerge as overall champions.WEB, Asian Summer Games Medal Count,weblink Ocasia.org, Olympic Council of Asia, 26 August 2018,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20180908052006weblink">weblink 8 September 2018, live, {hide}Medals table
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    | gold_CHN = 1473 | silver_CHN = 994 | bronze_CHN = 720
    | gold_JPN = 1032 | silver_JPN = 1037 | bronze_JPN = 985
    | gold_KOR = 745 | silver_KOR = 663 | bronze_KOR = 827
    | gold_IRI = 179 | silver_IRI = 181 | bronze_IRI = 197
    | gold_KAZ = 155 | silver_KAZ = 158 | bronze_KAZ = 244
    | gold_IND = 154 | silver_IND = 202 | bronze_IND = 315
    | gold_THA = 132 | silver_THA = 175 | bronze_THA = 279
    | gold_INA = 91 | silver_INA = 120 | bronze_INA = 235
    | gold_PRK = 110 | silver_PRK = 144 | bronze_PRK = 179
    | gold_TPE = 99 | silver_TPE = 144 | bronze_TPE = 276
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    Most valuable player award

    The most valuable player (MVP) award was introduced since 1998 Games in Bangkok, Thailand. Below is the list of winners:{| class="wikitable"!Year!Athlete!Sport!Ref|1998Japan|1947}} Koji ItoAthletics at the Asian Games>AthleticsACCESSDATE=8 MAY 2011DATE=21 JANUARY 2010ARCHIVE-DATE=9 SEPTEMBER 2017, live, |2002Japan}} Kosuke KitajimaSwimming at the Asian Games>Swimming||2006South Korea}} Park Tae-hwanSwimming at the Asian Games>SwimmingACCESSDATE=8 MAY 2011DATE=16 DECEMBER 2006ARCHIVE-DATE=20 FEBRUARY 2011, live, |2010China}} Lin DanBadminton at the Asian Games>BadmintonACCESSDATE=8 MAY 2011DATE=28 NOVEMBER 2010ARCHIVE-DATE=1 JANUARY 2011, live, |2014Japan}} Kosuke HaginoSwimming at the Asian Games>SwimmingACCESSDATE=4 OCTOBER 2014DATE=4 OCTOBER 2014ARCHIVE-DATE=4 OCTOBER 2014, live, |2018Japan}} Rikako IkeeSwimming at the Asian Games>SwimmingACCESSDATE=2 SEPTEMBER 2018DATE=2 SEPTEMBER 2018ARCHIVE-DATE=2 SEPTEMBER 2018, live,

    Centennial Festival

    On 8 November 2012, the OCA decided at its 31st General Assembly in Macau to create a special multi-sport event called Asian Games Centennial Festival in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Oriental Games (later became Far Eastern Championship Games).WEB, OCA General Assembly opens in Macau,weblink OCA, 9 November 2012,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20140108074704weblink">weblink 8 January 2014, dead, dmy-all, OCA awarded the Philippines the hosting rights as it was the same host 100 years ago. The event was originally scheduled to be held in Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan on 27 to 29 November 2013 but due to the events surrounding Typhoon Haiyan, it was moved to January 2014.WEB,weblink Philippines to host 2013 Centennial Asian Games, 19 February 2013, Inquirer Sports,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20130619131332weblink">weblink 19 June 2013, live,

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