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XII Asian Games

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Nations participating 42 (estimated)
Athletes participating 6,828
Events 34 sports
Opening ceremony October 2, 1994
Closing ceremony October 16, 1994
Officially opened by HIM Emperor Akihito
Athlete's Oath ---
Judge's Oath ---
Torch Lighter ---
Stadium Hiroshima Big Arch Stadium

The 1994 Asian Games also known as XII Asiad were held from October 2 to October 16, 1994 in Hiroshima, Japan. The main theme of this edition is promote peace and harmony among Asian nations. It was emphasized by the host because the venue was the site of the first atomic bomb attack in 1945.

This edition of the Asian Games saw two additions. One is the addition of the return of Taiwan, officially known as the Republic of China. The other one is the addition of five Central Asian countries newly independent from the former Soviet Union: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The Hiroshima Asian Games was the first to be held in a non-capital city. Due to the First Gulf War, Iraq was suspended from the games. Also, this was the only Asian Games to have a male-female pair as a mascot.

There were a total number of 6.828 athletes and officials involved, from 42 countries, with a total number of 34 events. Debut sports at this edition of the Asiad were baseball, karate and modern pentathlon.


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[edit] Sports

[edit] Mascot

The official mascot of the XII Asiad is a pair of white doves. Poppo and Cuccu, male and female respectively, represents peace and harmony-the main theme of this edition of the Asian Games.

[edit] Medal counts

1994 Asian Games medal count Image:Oca1.png
Pos Country Image:Med 1.png Image:Med 2.png Image:Med 3.png Total
1Image:Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China1258358266
2Image:Flag of Japan (bordered).svg Japan647579218
3Image:Flag of South Korea (bordered).svg Republic of Korea635664183
4Image:Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan25262677
5Image:Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan10111940
6Image:Flag of Iran.svg Iran99826
7Image:Chinese Taipei Olympic Flag (bordered).svg Chinese Taipei7122441
8Image:Flag of India.svg India431522
9Image:Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia421319
10Image:Flag of Qatar (bordered).svg Qatar411520
11Image:Flag of Indonesia (bordered).svg Indonesia3121126
12Image:Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand391325
13Image:Flag of Syria.svg Syria3317
14Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines32813
15Image:Flag of Kuwait.svg Kuwait3159
16Image:Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Saudi Arabia1359
17Image:Flag of Turkmenistan (1992-1997).gif Turkmenistan1337
18Image:Flag of Mongolia.svg Mongolia1267
19Image:Flag of Singapore (bordered).svg Singapore1157
20Image:Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam1203
21Image:Flag of Hong Kong 1959.svg Hong Kong05712
22Image:Flag of Pakistan.svg Pakistan04610
23Image:Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Kyrgyzstan0459
24Image:Flag of Jordan.svg Jordan0224
25Image:Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg United Arab Emirates0134
26Image:Flag of Macau.svg Macau0112
27Image:Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka0112
28Image:Flag of Bangladesh.svg Bangladesh0101
29Image:Flag of Brunei.svg Brunei0022
30Image:Flag of Myanmar.svg Myanmar0022
31Image:Flag of Nepal.svg Nepal0022
32Image:Flag of Tajikistan.svg Tajikistan0022


Far Eastern Championship Games
Manila 1913 | Shanghai 1915 | Tokyo 1917 | Manila 1919 | Shanghai 1921 | Osaka 1923 | Manila 1925 | Shanghai 1927 | Tokyo 1930 | Manila 1934 | Osaka 1938 (cancelled)
Asian Games
New Delhi 1951 | Manila 1954 | Tokyo 1958 | Jakarta 1962 | Bangkok 1966 | Bangkok 1970 | Tehran 1974 | Bangkok 1978 | New Delhi 1982 | Seoul 1986 | Beijing 1990 | Hiroshima 1994 | Bangkok 1998 | Busan 2002 | Doha 2006 | Guangzhou 2010 | 2014
Winter Asian Games
Sapporo 1986 | Sapporo 1990 | Harbin 1996 | Kangwon 1999 | Aomori 2003 | Changchun 2007 | Almaty 2011 | 2015
Asian Indoor Games
Bangkok 2005 | Macau 2007 | Hanoi 2009 | 2011
Asian Beach Games
Bali 2008
Other articles
Asian Games medal count | East Asian Games | Southeast Asian Games | West Asian Games

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