1985 Southeast Asian Games

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13th Southeast Asian Games
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Theme: ""
Host city Bangkok, Thailand
Nations participating 8
Events --- in 18 sports
Opening ceremony 8 December 1985
Closing ceremony 17 December 1985
Officially opened by Bhumibol Adulyadej
King of Thailand
Ceremony venue Suphachalasai Stadium
1983 1987  >

The 13th Southeast Asian Games were held in Bangkok, Thailand from 8 - 17 December 1985.

Mascot[edit]

1985 Seagames mascot.jpg

The official 1985 SEA Games mascot was a Siamese cat. The Siamese is one of the first distinctly recognised breeds of Oriental cat. It is called Wichien-maat (Thai: วิเชียรมาศ) in Thailand.

Venues[edit]

Bangkok

National Sport Complex

  • Suphachalasai Stadium (Opening and Closing Ceremony, Athletics, Football)
  • Nimibutr Gymnasium (Boxing, Gymnastic)
  • Chanthanayingyong Gymnasium (Judo)

Sport Authority of Thailand Sport Complex (Hua Mak)

  • Aquatics Centre (Aquatics Sport)
  • Football Field (Archery)
  • Indoor Stadium (Volleyball, Sepak Takraw)
  • Shooting Range (Shooting)
  • Sport Training Centre (Table Tennis)
  • Tennis Court (Tennis)
  • Velodrome (Cycling)

Other Venue

Chon Buri
  • Pattaya Bay (Sailing)
  • Star Bowl (Bowling)

Participating nations[edit]

Sports[edit]

Medal count[edit]

Key

  *   Host nation (Thailand)

1985 Southeast Asian Games medal table
 Rank  NOC Gold Silver Bronze Total
1.  Thailand (THA)* 92 66 59 217
2.  Indonesia (INA) 62 73 76 211
3.  Philippines (PHI) 43 54 32 129
4.  Malaysia (MAS) 26 28 32 86
5.  Singapore (SIN) 16 11 23 50
6.  Burma (BIR) 13 19 34 66
7.  Brunei (BRU) 0 0 3 3
8.  Cambodia (CAM) 0 0 0 0
Total (8 NOCs) 252 251 259 762
Source: Source

References[edit]


Preceded by
1983
Singapore
Southeast Asian Games Succeeded by
1987
Jakarta, Indonesia