Sukma Games

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Sukma Games
Logo-sukma.jpg
Sukma Games logo
First event1986 Sukma Games in Kuala Lumpur
Occur everytwo years
Last event2018 Sukma Games in Perak
PurposeMulti-sport event for states in Malaysia
WebsiteNational Sports Council of Malaysia

The Sukma Games (Malay: Sukan Malaysia, lit.: Malaysian Games) is a biennial national multi-sport event involving young athletes from Malaysian 13 member states and the Federal territory. The games is regulated by the National Sports Council of Malaysia, the state sports council of the respective member states, the Olympic Council of Malaysia and the National Sports association of the games respective sporting event.[1][2][3]

Participating teams[edit]

[4]

Notes:

  1. ^ Not from within Malaysia.

Former participating teams[edit]

Notes:

  1. ^ Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Putrajaya participated as a combined Federal Territory contingent since 2006.
  2. ^ Not from within Malaysia.

Sports[edit]

The list below shows the sports that are played at all the Sukma Games since 1986.[5][6]

Core sports[edit]

Optional sports[edit]

All-time medal table[edit]

Below shows the all time medal table of Sukma Games from 1986 to 2018. Defunct teams are highlighted in italics.

Sukma Games all-time medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Selangor8007868872473
2 Sarawak7116497052065
3 Perak4434676161526
4 Terengganu4384465731457
5 Pahang4163914391246
6 Penang4154255511391
7 Johor3533735061232
8 Sabah3103674881165
9 Federal Territory3033163871006
10 Kuala Lumpur274276279829
11 Kedah273252367892
12 Negeri Sembilan241242346829
13 Malacca210211278699
14 Kelantan139150193482
15 Perlis6771153291
16 Police313645112
17Malaysia Universities17171549
18 Armed Forces12273978
19 Brunei5153353
20 Labuan221014
21Malaysia Schools22913
22 Northern Territory1012
Totals (22 states)54635521692017904

Medal table by edition[edit]

1986 Sukma Games[edit]

  *   Host nation (Kuala Lumpur)

1986 Sukma Games medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1MalaysiaKuala Lumpur*36322290
2 Selangor23141451
3 Sarawak1381435
4 Perak10151742
5 Penang9202150
6 Sabah98825
7 Police94720
8 Johor65617
9 Kedah551121
10 Armed Forces281121
11 Malacca2158
12 Terengganu2147
13 Pahang14611
14 Negeri Sembilan0145
15 Kelantan0112
16 Perlis0011
17Malaysia Universities0000
Totals (17 states)127127152406
Source: [7]

1988 Sukma Games[edit]

  *   Host nation ( Kuala Lumpur)

1988 Sukma Games medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Selangor26172972
2 Sarawak24181557
3 Penang19141548
4Malaysia Kuala Lumpur*12122246
5 Negeri Sembilan106521
6 Johor93921
7 Kedah66820
8 Police63514
9 Malacca57416
10 Sabah412824
11Malaysia Universities44816
12 Perak3202144
13 Terengganu2248
14 Kelantan13711
15 Pahang1157
16 Perlis1056
17 Armed Forces0112
Totals (17 states)133129171433

1990 Sukma Games[edit]

  *   Host nation (Sarawak)

1990 Sukma Games medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Sarawak*44171879
2 Kuala Lumpur19201857
3 Penang17222463
4 Perak12162250
5 Selangor11183463
6 Negeri Sembilan74415
7 Sabah541019
8 Malacca46616
9 Police44210
 Terengganu44210
11 Kedah27615
12 Johor251219
13 Kelantan2237
14 Perlis1078
15 Pahang0257
16Malaysia Universities0213
17 Armed Forces0123
Totals (17 states)134134176444

1992 Sukma Games[edit]

  *   Host nation (Johor)

1992 Sukma Games medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Sarawak36272689
2 Johor*26212269
3 Selangor23254189
4 Penang22282272
5 Kuala Lumpur22233277
6 Perak18102149
7 Sabah9161338
8 Malacca761225
9 Kedah67821
10 Negeri Sembilan65314
11 Armed Forces551828
12 Pahang55818
13Malaysia Universities45211
14 Kelantan391224
15 Terengganu341017
16 Police2158
17 Perlis2002
Totals (17 states)199197255651

1994 Sukma Games[edit]

  *   Host nation (Perak)

1994 Sukma Games medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Sarawak39283097
2 Kuala Lumpur31392696
3 Selangor284133102
4 Perak*26262577
5 Pahang21162057
6 Sabah19141447
7 Johor17132252
8 Penang13122449
9 Kedah852033
10 Kelantan661022
11 Armed Forces512724
12 Terengganu53715
13 Negeri Sembilan42410
14 Malacca411015
15 Police38213
16 Perlis1089
17Malaysia Universities0213
Totals (17 states)230228263721

1996 Sukma Games[edit]

  *   Host nation (Pahang*)

1996 Sukma Games medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Selangor574344144
2 Sarawak564952157
3 Pahang**374244123
4 Kuala Lumpur34273293
5 Perak22252875
6 Sabah20192261
7 Terengganu8161539
8 Kelantan8111130
9 Kedah861832
10 Negeri Sembilan641020
11 Penang5101025
12 Malacca591125
13Malaysia Universities4004
14 Johor271726
15 Perlis2248
16 Police13812
17 Brunei1102
18Malaysia Schools1023
19 Labuan0000
Totals (19 states)277274328879

1998 Sukma Games[edit]

  *   Host nation (Selangor)

1998 Sukma Games medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Selangor*806141182
2 Sarawak464541132
3 Perak25253787
4 Kuala Lumpur23252674
5 Pahang21293686
6 Penang1252340
7 Terengganu11141540
8 Sabah11101233
9 Kelantan1191030
10 Kedah8131536
11 Johor771630
12 Negeri Sembilan481325
13 Malacca481123
14 Perlis1236
15 Labuan0022
Malaysia Schools0022
Totals (16 states)264261303828

2000 Sukma Games[edit]

  *   Host state (Penang)

2000 Sukma Games medal table
RankStateGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Selangor535654163
2 Sarawak495556160
3 Perak463740123
4 Penang*34263696
5 Kuala Lumpur33323095
6 Pahang27263588
7 Johor20173168
8 Kedah17152153
9 Sabah12111841
10 Negeri Sembilan12101335
11 Kelantan8121535
12 Malacca7101431
13 Terengganu64818
14 Perlis45514
15Malaysia Universities3328
16Malaysia Schools1135
17 Brunei0134
Police0134
19 Labuan0000
Totals (19 states)3323223871041

Edition[edit]

Edition Year Host Main Stadium Start Date End Date Sports Events Teams Competitors Top state
I 1986 Kuala Lumpur Stadium Merdeka 19 April 26 April 17 Kuala Lumpur (1)
II 1988 12 November 19 November 17 Selangor (1)
III 1990  Sarawak Sarawak State Stadium, Kuching 18 July 27 July 17 Sarawak (1)
IV 1992  Johor Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium, Johor Bahru 1 July 11 July 17 Sarawak (2)
V 1994  Perak Perak Stadium, Ipoh 9 June 18 June 17 Sarawak (3)
VI 1996  Pahang Darul Makmur Stadium, Kuantan 1 June 10 June 19 Selangor (2)
VII 1998  Selangor Opening ceremony
Shah Alam Stadium
Closing ceremony
Malawati Indoor Stadium
17 April 26 April 16 Selangor (3)
VIII 2000  Penang Batu Kawan Stadium, Batu Kawan 25 May 4 June 30 19 5875 Selangor (4)[11]
IX 2002  Sabah Likas Stadium, Kota Kinabalu 7 September 14 September 27 20 5324 Selangor (5)
X 2004  Negeri Sembilan Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium, Seremban 29 May 6 June 30 17 6000 Selangor (6)
XI 2006  Kedah Darul Aman Stadium, Alor Star 28 May 4 June 26 16 4882 Selangor (7)
XII 2008  Terengganu Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium, Kuala Terengganu 31 May 9 June 31 15 6000 Terengganu (1)
XIII 2010  Malacca Hang Jebat Stadium, Paya Rumput 10 June 19 June 33 15 7000 Terengganu (2)
XIV 2011 Federal Territory (Malaysia) Kuala Lumpur KLFA Stadium, Kuala Lumpur 2 June 12 June 24 14 3368 Terengganu (3)
XV 2012  Pahang Darul Makmur Stadium, Kuantan 9 July 16 July 24 15 5828 Terengganu (4)
XVI 2013 Federal Territory (Malaysia) Kuala Lumpur MSN Mini Stadium, KL Sports City, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur 28 June 7 July 23 130 14 3618 Selangor (8)
XVII 2014  Perlis Tuanku Syed Putra Stadium, Kangar 24 May 4 June 24 389 15 7815 Federal Territory (2)
XVIII 2016  Sarawak Sarawak Stadium, Kuching 23 July 31 July 24 382 15 5670 Selangor (9)
XIX 2018  Perak[12] Perak Stadium, Ipoh 11 September 22 September 29 427 15 7464 Terengganu (5)
XX 2022 Federal Territory (Malaysia) Kuala Lumpur To Be Announced 16 September 24 September Future event
XXI 2024  Johor Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium, Johor Bahru (expected) Future event
XXII 2026  Kelantan Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium, Kota Bharu (expected) Future event

List of the Sukma Games' Sportsman and Sportswoman[edit]

[13][14]

Edition Year Sukma Games' Sportsman Sukma Games' Sportswoman
Name Contingent Sport Name Contingent Sport
I 1986
II 1988
III 1990 Gerard Liew  Penang Swimming Tania Hamid Bugo  Sarawak Swimming
IV 1992 Khoo Kah Hock Malaysia MASUM Archery Magdaline Goh  Penang Swimming
Azmi Ibrahim
(Most Promising Sportsman)
 Pahang Athletics Shalin Zulkifli
(Most Promising Sportswoman)
 Selangor Bowling
V 1994 Azmi Ibrahim  Pahang Athletics Yew Chai Peng  Perak Athletics
VI 1996
VII 1998 Chai Song Lip  Sarawak Athletics Ho Hsu Ee  Kuala Lumpur Swimming
VIII 2000 Allen Ong  Perak Swimming Sia Wai Yen  Kuala Lumpur Swimming
IX 2002 Ng Shu Mun  Perak Artistic gymnastics Ngew Sin Mei  Kuala Lumpur Athletics
Petra Nabila Mustafa
(Most Promising Sportswoman)
 Negeri Sembilan Athletics
X 2004 Daniel Bego  Sarawak Swimming Cindy Ong  Perak Swimming
XI 2006 Zulkifli Che Rose  Sarawak Weightlifting Lew Yih Wey  Negeri Sembilan Swimming
XII 2008 Foo Jian Beng  Selangor Swimming Marellyn Liew  Sarawak Swimming
XIII 2010 J. Karthik  Malacca Athletics Chan Kah Yan  Federal Territory Swimming
XIV 2011 Ahmad Shafie Abd Jabar  Johor Canoeing Jupha Somnet  Perlis Cycling
XV 2012 Abdul Mubin Rahim  Terengganu Weightlifting Frenceay Titus  Sabah Weightlifting
XVI 2013 Danniel Iskandar Richard  Selangor Artistic gymnastics Esmelda Arecia Menti Alfred Geling  Sarawak Artistic gymnastics
XVII 2014 Muhammad Irfan Shamshuddin  Negeri Sembilan Athletics Jelinie Empera  Sarawak Weightlifting
XVIII 2016 Khairul Hafiz Jantan  Malacca Athletics Nur Aqilah Yusof  Terengganu Archery
XIX 2018 Eugenius Lo Foh Soon  Sabah Archery Azreen Nabila Alias  Terengganu Athletics

Para Sukma Games[edit]

Para Sukma Games (Malay: Para Sukan Malaysia), is a multi-sport event held for Malaysian athletes with disabilities.[15][16] The games was previously known as Malaysian Paralympiad (Malay: Paralimpiad Malaysia) and National Games of Malaysia For the Disabled (Malay: Sukan Kebangsaan Bagi Orang Cacat Anggota Malaysia) until the 2018 edition and held separately with Sukma Games until 2010.[17][18]

Editions[edit]

Games Year Host state Sports Contingent
I 1982  Kuala Lumpur 2 14
II 1984  Selangor 2 14
III 1986  Penang 2 14
IV 1988  Kelantan 2 15
V 1990  Malacca 2 17
VI 1992  Terengganu 2 17
VII 1994  Johor 2 15
VII 1996  Sarawak 2 18
IX 1998  Selangor 5 14
X 2000  Kuala Lumpur 10 23
XI 2002  Kuala Lumpur 15 23
XII 2004  Kuala Lumpur 18 15
XIII 2006  Kuala Lumpur 16 15
XIV 2008  Kuala Lumpur 16 15
XV 2010  Malacca 16 15
XVI 2012  Pahang 17 15
XVII 2014  Perlis 9 15
XVIII 2016  Sarawak 9 15
XIX 2018  Perak 10 15
XX 2022  Kuala Lumpur

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sukan Malaysia (SUKMA)" (in Malay). National Sports Council of Malaysia. Retrieved 27 January 2015.
  2. ^ "Sukma mungkin diadakan setiap tahun mulai 2011".
  3. ^ "Sukma Games may be held anually, starting 2011".[dead link]
  4. ^ "Contingent code". Archived from the original on 9 January 2007.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  5. ^ "Magazine Sabah 2002". Archived from the original on 27 June 2016.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  6. ^ "Magazine Sabah 2002" (PDF). Archived from the original on 17 April 2008.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  7. ^ Archived National Sports Council Sukma Games Medal Tally
  8. ^ "Sukan Malaysia". Perak State Sport Council.
  9. ^ "Sukan Malaysia". Sabah State Sport Council.
  10. ^ "List of Champions of Sukma".
  11. ^ "Mascot SUKMA". Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
  12. ^ "Perak, Johor tuan rumah Sukma 2018, 2020" (in Malay). Sinar Harian. 14 May 2015.
  13. ^ "Sukma 1992 Closed" (PDF).
  14. ^ "Sukma 1998 Closed" (PDF).
  15. ^ "Paralimpiad Malaysia". Retrieved 25 January 2017.
  16. ^ "Para Sukma".
  17. ^ "Malaysia Paralympics Movement" (PDF).
  18. ^ "Paralimpiad Malaysia".

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