ASEAN University Games

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ASEAN University Games
AbbreviationAUG
First event1981 Chiang Mai, Thailand
Occur every2 years
Last event2016 Singapore

ASEAN University Games (AUG) is a biennial sports event that involves athletes from the universities of the ASEAN member countries. Organised by the members of the ASEAN University Sports Council (AUSC), the first event was held in 1981.[1]

Sports[edit]

Objectives[edit]

  • To promote ASEAN Solidarity in our youth through school sports;
  • To provide opportunities for school athletes to benchmark their sporting talents in the ASEAN region; and
  • To provide opportunities for school athletes to interact and engage in cultural exchange within ASEAN.
Year Games Host City 1st, gold medalist(s) Winner 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd place 1st, gold medalist(s) 3rd place
ASEAN University Games
1980 1 Thailand Chiang Mai  Indonesia (26)  Thailand (12)  Myanmar (10)
1982 2 Indonesia Jakarta  Indonesia (44)  Thailand (13)  Malaysia (7)
1984 3 Malaysia Bangi  Indonesia (37)  Singapore (15)  Thailand (10)
1986 4  Singapore  Indonesia (27)  Singapore (27)  Thailand (8)
1988 5 Thailand Pattaya  Thailand (47)  Indonesia (43)  Myanmar (8)
1990 6 Indonesia Bandung  Indonesia (67)  Thailand (9)  Malaysia (7)
1992 7 Malaysia Shah Alam  Indonesia (37)  Malaysia (34)  Thailand (18)
1994 8  Singapore  Indonesia (27)  Singapore (24)  Malaysia (9)
1996 9 Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan  Indonesia (25)  Thailand (18)  Brunei (12)
1999 10 Thailand Bangkok  Thailand (64)  Indonesia (8)  Malaysia (5)
2002 11 Philippines Manila  Thailand (68)  Indonesia (32)  Philippines (20)
2004 12 Indonesia Surabaya  Thailand (52)  Indonesia (30)  Malaysia (10)
2006 13 Vietnam Hanoi  Vietnam (74)  Thailand (42)  Indonesia(27)
2008 14 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia (90)  Vietnam (45)  Thailand (32)
2010 15 Thailand Chiang Mai  Thailand (58)  Indonesia (46)  Malaysia (37)
2012 16 Laos Vientiane  Malaysia (60)  Vietnam (56)  Thailand (45)
2014 17 Indonesia Palembang  Indonesia (66)  Thailand (53)  Malaysia (40)
2016 18  Singapore  Thailand (52)  Indonesia (33)  Malaysia (27)
2018 19 Myanmar Naypyidaw

By number of wins[edit]

Country Titles 1st, gold medalist(s) Winning years
 Indonesia
9
1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1996, 2014
 Thailand
6
1988, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2010, 2016
 Malaysia
2
2008, 2012
 Vietnam
1
2006
 Brunei
0
 Cambodia
 Laos
 Myanmar
 Philippines
 Singapore
 Timor-Leste

Total Medal Tally[edit]

( Medal Tally of 2004 ASEAN University Games to 2016 ASEAN University Games)

RankNOCGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Thailand (THA)334287305926
2 Indonesia (INA)273352314939
3 Malaysia (MAS)270274308852
4 Vietnam (VIE)270161126557
5 Singapore (SIN)5156139246
6 Philippines (PHI)4668119233
7 Laos (LAO)4564102211
8 Cambodia (CAM)441119
9 Myanmar (MYA)141419
10 Timor-Leste (TLS)031821
11 Brunei (BRU)001515
Totals (11 NOCs)1294127314714038

1999 ASEAN University Games[edit]

Participating nations
Medal table

  *   Host nation (Thailand)

RankNOCGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Thailand (THA)*643315112
2 Indonesia (INA)84315
3 Malaysia (MAS)5171537
4 Philippines (PHI)262937
5 Vietnam (VIE)0549
6 Singapore (SIN)041721
7 Brunei (BRU)0011
 Cambodia (CAM)0011
 Laos (LAO)0011
Totals (9 NOCs)796986234

2004 ASEAN University Games[edit]

12th ASEAN University Games
Host citySurabaya
CountryIndonesia
Nations participating10
Athletes participating1000
Sports12
Events112
Opening ceremony5 December 2004 (2004-12-05)
Closing ceremony12 December 2004 (2004-12-12)
2002 2006  >

5 to 12 December 2004, Surabaya.[2]

Participating nations
Sports
Medal table

  *   Host nation (Indonesia)

2004 ASEAN University Games medal table
RankNOCGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Thailand (THA)524626124
2 Indonesia (INA)*303348111
3 Malaysia (MAS)10182452
4 Philippines (PHI)1091130
5 Vietnam (VIE)94720
6 Singapore (SIN)12912
7 Brunei (BRU)0044
8 Cambodia (CAM)0000
 Laos (LAO)0000
 Timor-Leste (TLS)0000
Totals (10 NOCs)112112129353

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1999 10th ASEAN University Games
  2. ^ "SG Uni Sports History".