2003 Winter Asian Games

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V Winter Asian Games

Slogan: "Asian Beat to the World" (届け世界にアジアの響き)

Nations participating 29
Athletes participating 641
Events 51 in 6 sports
Opening ceremony February 1, 2003
Closing ceremony February 8, 2003
Officially opened by Crown Prince Naruhito
Athlete's Oath Kiminobu Kimura
Judge's Oath ---
Torch Lighter Kayoko Fukushi
Stadium Aoi-mori Arena

The 5th Winter Asian Games took place from February 1, 2003 to February 8, 2003 in Aomori, Japan.

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[edit] Mascot

The 2003 Winter Asiad mascot is Winta, a black woodpecker.<ref>Logos and Mascots of Selected Sport Games and Sports</ref> Representing the nature and culture of the host region, Winta is full of liveliness, charm and friendliness; as the Winter Asiad's messenger, it spreads the energy of sports and the joy brought about by the interaction between humans and nature to Asia and around the world. <ref>5th Winter Asian Games</ref>

[edit] Participating NOCs

Names are arranged in alphabetical order by their IOC designations. The number in parentheses indicates the number of participants that the NOC contributed. Those marked with an asterisk (*) only sent officials.<ref>AWAGOC News</ref>

[edit] Medal count

2003 Winter 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 Japan (bordered).svg Japan 24232067
2Image:Flag of South Korea (bordered).svg Republic of Korea 1081028
3Image:Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China 9111333
4Image:Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan 77620
5Image:Flag of Lebanon.svg Lebanon 1102
6Image:Flag of North Korea.svg Democratic People's Republic of Korea 0112
7Image:Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan 0011

[edit] References

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Far Eastern Championship Games
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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
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