2005 Asian Indoor Games

The 1st Asian Indoor Games were held in Bangkok, Thailand from November 12 to 19, 2005.

I Asian Indoor Games
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Slogan: "Dawn of the Asian Stars"
Host cityBangkok, Thailand
Nations participating37
Athletes participating2,343
Events120 in 9 sports
Opening ceremonyNovember 12
Closing ceremonyNovember 19
Officially opened byVajiralongkorn
Crown Prince of Thailand
Torch lighterSomluck Kamsing
Main venueHua Mark Indoor Stadium
Websitebaigoc2005.com
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VenuesEdit

BangkokEdit

SuphanburiEdit

  • Suphanburi X-Games Sports Stadium - Extreme sports
  • Suphanburi Sports Complex - Sport climbing

PattayaEdit

  • Indoor Athletics Stadium - Indoor Athletics

EmblemEdit

The “Logo” of the 1st Asian Indoor Games itself comprises 9 sparkling stars that represent the opinions of the Asian people at large:

  1. Spirit and soul of mankind
  2. Sporting spirit
  3. Creation of friendship
  4. Building good physical appearances
  5. Inspiration
  6. Creative thinking
  7. Solidarity
  8. Peacefulness
  9. Human freedom

The sun is the symbol of the Olympic Council of Asia. The redline, the blue line and the golden line forming like an “A” shape, together with a Thai roof, represent the Asian continent and the Asian Games. The golden line that resembling Thai smile, expressing a warm welcome to visitors.

MascotEdit

Each sport discipline is animated with an elephant, thus giving the appearance of its cartoon movements in all events to be competed in the 1st Asian Indoor Games 2005. Children and other people alike will be fond of them, pleasant to look at them and keeping them for a souvenir after the end of the Games.

The blue and athletic elephant was named Hey and the yellow and plump one was Há. They were to convey the meaning of amusement, merriment and relaxation, thus in a way reflecting the natures of the Asian Indoor Games a great deal.

Participating nationsEdit

There are 37 Asian countries confirmed to participate in the game.

SportsEdit

CalendarEdit

 OC  Opening ceremony  ●   Event competitions   Event finals  CC  Closing ceremony
November 2005 10th
Thu
11th
Fri
12th
Sat
13th
Sun
14th
Mon
15th
Tue
16th
Wed
17th
Thu
18th
Fri
19th
Sat
Gold
medals
  Aerobic gymnastics 2 2 4
  Dancesport 6 6 12
  Extreme sports – Aggressive inline 1 2 3
  Extreme sports – BMX freestyle 2 1 3
  Extreme sports – Skateboarding 1 1 2
  Futsal 1 1 2
  Indoor athletics 4 9 13 26
  Indoor cycling 2 2 1 5
  Muaythai 1 1 2 3 10 17
  Sepak takraw 2 2
  Short course swimming 8 8 8 8 8 40
  Sport climbing 4 4
Total gold medals 13 26 31 22 16 12 120
Ceremonies OC CC
November 2005 10th
Thu
11th
Fri
12th
Sat
13th
Sun
14th
Mon
15th
Tue
16th
Wed
17th
Thu
18th
Fri
19th
Sat
Gold
medals

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Thailand)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China (CHN)24191457
2  Kazakhstan (KAZ)2315644
3  Thailand (THA)*18213473
4  Hong Kong (HKG)129526
5  India (IND)73818
6  Uzbekistan (UZB)67922
7  Chinese Taipei (TPE)64313
8  Japan (JPN)62614
9  South Korea (KOR)571022
10  Macau (MAC)36514
11  Iran (IRI)35210
12  Qatar (QAT)2226
13  Jordan (JOR)1146
14  Indonesia (INA)1124
15  Philippines (PHI)1023
16  Malaysia (MAS)1001
17  Singapore (SIN)06410
18  Laos (LAO)0527
19  Iraq (IRQ)0336
20  Kuwait (KUW)0235
21  Vietnam (VIE)0112
22  Pakistan (PAK)0101
  Syria (SYR)0101
24  Kyrgyzstan (KGZ)0011
  North Korea (PRK)0011
  Oman (OMA)0011
Totals (26 nations)119121128368

External linksEdit

Preceded by
Inaugural
Asian Indoor Games
Bangkok

I Asian Indoor Games (2005)
Succeeded by
Macau