2005 Asian Indoor Games

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The 1st Asian Indoor Games were held at Bangkok, Thailand on November 12, 2005 to November 19, 2005.


[edit] Official Logo

For the “Logo” of the 1st Asian Indoor Games itself, it comprises 9 sparkling stars, reflecting the opinions of the Asian people at large:- 1. Spirit and soul of mankind 2. Sporting spirit 3. Creation of friendship 4. Building good physical appearances 5. Inspiration 6. Creative thinking 7. Solidarity 8. Peacefulness 9. Human freedom

For the “E” shape of the sun, it reflects a symbol of the Olympic Council of Asia.

For the redline, the blue line and the golden line, they are forming like an “A” shape, together with a Thai roof, revealing the meanings of the Asian continent and the Asian Games. A golden line is a Thai smile, expressing a warm welcome to visitors.

Thailand receives reliability, creditability and confidence by the OCA member countries, once again, to host the 1st Asian Indoor Games in 2005. For the Games mascot, the Organizing Committee agrees to use “Elephant” as it foresees that it is a national treasure of Thailand. Besides being a mighty animal, it is an intelligent animal capable of using it in various occasions even during our natural disaster.

[edit] Official Mascot

Each sport discipline is animated with an elephant, thus giving the appearance of its cartoon movements in all events to be competed in the 1st Asian Indoor Games 2005. Children and other people alike will be fond of them, pleasant to look at them and keeping them for a souvenir after the end of the Games.

The Mascot is given the name of Hey-Ha in Thai to convey the meaning of amusement, merriment and relaxation, thus in a way reflecting the natures of the Asian Indoor Games a great deal.

[edit] Facts

[edit] Medal Table

(Host country in Bold)

1Image:Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China24181557
2Image:Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan2315644
3Image:Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand20213374
4Image:Flag of Hong Kong.svg Hong Kong, China129526
5Image:Flag of India.svg India73818
6Image:Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan67922
7Image:Flag of Japan (bordered).svg Japan62614
8Image:Flag of South Korea (bordered).svg Republic of Korea571022
9Image:Flag of the Republic of China.svg Republic of China55313
10Image:Flag of Macau.svg Macau, China36514
11Image:Flag of Iran.svg Islamic Republic of Iran35210
12Image:Flag of Qatar.svg Qatar2226
13Image:Flag of Jordan.svg Jordan1146
14Image:Flag of Indonesia (bordered).svg Indonesia1124
15Image:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines1023
16Image:Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia1001
17Image:Flag of Singapore (bordered).svg Singapore06410
18Image:Flag of Laos.svg Lao People's Democratic Republic0527
19Image:Flag of Iraq.svg Iraq0336
20Image:Flag of Kuwait.svg Kuwait0235
21Image:Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam0112
22Image:Flag of Pakistan.svg Pakistan0101
23Image:Flag of Syria.svg Syrian Arab Republic0101
24Image:Flag of North Korea.svg Democratic People's Republic of Korea0011
25Image:Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Kyrgyzstan0011
25Image:Flag of Oman.svg Oman0011

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