1967 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games
|Host city||Bangkok, Thailand|
|Opening ceremony||9 December 1967|
|Closing ceremony||16 December 1967|
|Officially opened by||Bhumibol Adulyadej
King of Thailand
|Ceremony venue||Suphachalasai Stadium|
The 1967 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games, officially known as the 4th Southeast Asian Peninsular Games, was a multi-sport event held in Bangkok, Thailand from 9–16 December 1967 with 7 sports and disciplines featured in the games. Cambodia once again declined to host this edition of the games, as it did in 1963. This was Thailand's second time hosting the Southeast Asian Games, and its first time since 1959.
Thailand is the first country to host the Southeast Asian Games before Burma and Malaysia.
The final medal tally was led by host Thailand, followed by Singapore and Malaysia. Several games records were broken during the games. The games was deemed generally successful, with the standard of competition amongst the Southeast Asian nations.
A total of 459 medals comprising 145 Gold medals, 144 Silver medals and 170 Bronze medals were awarded to athletes. The Host Thailand's performance was their best overall at that time and emerged as overall champion of the games.
Host nation (Thailand)
|Total (6 NOCs)||145||144||170||459|
- History of the SEA Games
- Medal Tally 1959-1995
- Medal Tally
- OCA SEA Games
- SEA Games previous medal table
- SEAGF Office
- SEA Games members
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