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2016 Asian Beach Games

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V Asian Beach Games
2016 Asian Beach Games logo.svg
Host cityDanang, Vietnam
CountryVietnam
MottoShining Sea, Bright Future (Vietnamese: Toả sáng đại dương, rực sáng tương lai)[1]
Nations participating41
Athletes participating2,197
Events172 in 22 sports
Opening ceremonySeptember 24
Closing ceremonyOctober 3
Officially opened byNguyễn Xuân Phúc
Prime Minister of Vietnam
Officially closed byPrime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc
Torch lighterHoàng Xuân Vinh
Main venueBien Dong Park
WebsiteOfficial website
2014 2020  >

The Fifth Asian Beach Games (Vietnamese: Đại hội Thể thao Bãi biển châu Á lần thứ năm) was held in Danang, Vietnam.[2][3] It was the first time for Vietnam to host an Asia level multi-sports event, after Hanoi held Asian Indoor Games (2009). However, this was the first time that an event not be held in Hanoi.

5th Asian Beach Games Activity icon is designed to simulate the waves and sand in the shape of the young athletes, healthy and active, athletic performances (volleyball , handball) with the symbol of the Union Olympic Council of Asia inside.

With the power of sports, all part of the logo rise up to form a large V shape (which means "Vietnam", "Victory", "V" - the fifth in icon Greece) which confirms the role of the host countries, highlighting the spirit of competition as well as the aspirations of the athletes win.

The combination of sea and sand waved together reflects the strength and strong wills of Vietnam as well as carrying sporting friendly message and welcome to all athletes; represents the solidarity and friendship of the Asian family with the expectation of a successful 5th Asian Beach Games.

Mascot

Chim Yen, the official mascot.
Chim Yen, the official mascot.

The mascot of the games is a swiftlet named Chim Yen. Special characteristic of the southern central coastal region of Vietnam is famous for bird nest - a product of high economic value in general and a specialty of Da Nang in particular.

The mascot is a stylized little boy with funny hair on the head, a small V-shaped tail (a characteristic of oats), holding a lit torch represents the spirit of unity, peace and health of human life. The sun of the Olympic Council of Asia and on the traditional wave of mascot costumes symbolizing the Asian Beach Games. The colors used for the mascot is blue, red, black and gold representing the blue sea water, golden sand and feathers of birds.

Venues

Name Sport(s)
Bien Dong Park Beach soccer, Kabaddi, Fitness, Basketball 3x3, Water polo, Muaythai, Vietnam traditional martial arts, Wrestling, Sambo, Jujitsu, Kurash, Vovinam, Pencak Silat, Swimming Marathon, Coastal Rowing, Opening and closing ceremonies
Phuong Trang Area Shuttlecock, Petanque
My Khe Beach Volleyball, Handball, Sepaktakraw
Son Thuy Beach Athletics, Woodball

Sports

Calendar

 OC  Opening ceremony  ●   Event competitions  1  Event finals  CC  Closing ceremony
September-October 2016 21st
Wed
22nd
Thu
23rd
Fri
24th
Sat
25th
Sun
26th
Mon
27th
Tue
28th
Wed
29th
Thu
30th
Fri
1st
Sat
2nd
Sun
3rd
Mon
Gold
medals
3x3 basketball pictogram.svg
3x3 basketball
2 2
Beach water polo pictogram.svg
Aquatics – Beach water polo
1 1
Open water swimming pictogram.svg
Aquatics – Marathon swimming
2 2 4
Beach athletics pictogram.svg
Beach athletics
2 4 3 5 14
Beach handball pictogram.svg
Beach handball
2 2
Beach kabaddi pictogram.svg
Beach kabaddi
2 2
Beach kurash pictogram.svg
Beach kurash
3 3 4 10
Beach sambo pictogram.svg
Beach sambo
3 3 2 8
Beach sepaktakraw pictogram.svg
Beach sepak takraw
2 1 1 1 1 6
Beach soccer pictogram.svg
Beach soccer
1 1
Volleyball (beach) pictogram.svg
Beach volleyball
2 2
Beach woodball pictogram.svg
Beach woodball
2 2 1 1 1 2 2 11
Beach wrestling pictogram.svg
Beach wrestling
3 3 2 8
Bodybuilding pictogram.svg
Bodybuilding
7 7
Coastal rowing pictogram.svg
Coastal rowing
2 2 2 6
Jujitsu pictogram.svg
Ju-jitsu
8 7 3 18
Muay Thai pictogram.svg
Muay Thai
16 16
Petanque pictogram.svg
Pétanque
3 2 2 2 9
Pencak silat pictogram.svg
Pencak silat
4 2 12 18
Shuttlecock pictogram.svg
Shuttlecock
3 2 2 7
Vocotruyen pictogram.svg
Vocotruyen
11 11
Vovinam pictogram.svg
Vovinam
3 3 3 9
Ceremonies OC CC
Total gold medals 0 0 2 0 15 33 25 20 11 13 27 26 0 172
September-October 2016 21st
Wed
22nd
Thu
23rd
Fri
24th
Sat
25th
Sun
26th
Mon
27th
Tue
28th
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29th
Thu
30th
Fri
1st
Sat
2nd
Sun
3rd
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Gold
medals

Participating nations

41 out of the 45 Asian countries took part. Palestine, Yemen, North Korea, and Saudi Arabia did not compete. Below is a list of all the participating NOCs; the number of competitors per delegation is indicated in brackets.

  •  Afghanistan (51)
  •  Bahrain (15)
  •  Bangladesh (23)
  •  Bhutan (8)
  •  Brunei (4)
  •  Cambodia (44)
  •  China (152)
  •  Chinese Taipei (53)
  •  East Timor (4)
  •  Hong Kong (83)
  •  Independent Olympic Athletes (1)
  •  India (169)
  •  Indonesia (66)
  •  Iran (33)
  •  Iraq (28)
  •  Japan (54)
  •  Jordan (25)
  •  Kazakhstan (34)
  •  Kyrgyzstan (11)
  •  Laos (81)
  •  Lebanon (29)
  •  Macau (10)
  •  Malaysia (64)
  •  Maldives (20)
  •  Mongolia (37)
  •  Myanmar (24)
  •  Nepal (18)
  •  Oman (29)
  •  Pakistan (41)
  •  Philippines (65)
  •  Qatar (39)
  •  Singapore (28)
  •  South Korea (62)
  •  Sri Lanka (40)
  •  Syria (12)
  •  Tajikistan (10)
  •  Thailand (291)
  •  Turkmenistan (53)
  •  United Arab Emirates (38)
  •  Uzbekistan (26)
  •  Vietnam (322)

Medal table

  Host nation

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Vietnam (VIE)*524443139
2 Thailand (THA)36243090
3 China (CHN)12181949
4 Iran (IRI)96621
5 Mongolia (MGL)74819
6 Cambodia (CAM)66921
7 Qatar (QAT)5117
8 Jordan (JOR)44513
9 United Arab Emirates (UAE)4239
10 Malaysia (MAS)36514
11 Indonesia (INA)35917
12 Kazakhstan (KAZ)35412
13 Myanmar (MYA)35311
14 Laos (LAO)332430
15 Uzbekistan (UZB)3137
16 India (IND)241824
17 Philippines (PHI)241521
18 Chinese Taipei (TPE)241016
19 Turkmenistan (TKM)24915
20 Singapore (SGP)23712
21 Pakistan (PAK)23611
22 Bahrain (BRN)2002
23 South Korea (KOR)141116
24 Oman (OMA)1304
25 Japan (JPN)12710
26 Iraq (IRQ)11810
27 Kyrgyzstan (KGZ)1045
28 Hong Kong (HKG)0448
29 Lebanon (LBN)0167
30 Syria (SYR)0123
31 Macau (MAC)0055
32 Afghanistan (AFG)0033
33 Sri Lanka (SRI)0022
34 Brunei (BRU)0011
 Independent Olympic Athletes (IOA)0011
Totals (35 nations)172172291635

Sponsors

References

  1. ^ Hội nghị Đại Hội Thể Thao Bãi Biển Châu Á lần thứ 5 năm 2016
  2. ^ "5th ABG Đà Nẵng 2016". 8 May 2015. Retrieved 8 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Rowing và Điền kinh được thống nhất đưa vào chương trình thi đấu của ABG 5". voc.org.vn. Vietnam Olympic Committee (VOC). 8 May 2015. Retrieved 8 May 2015.

External links

Preceded by
Phuket
Asian Beach Games
Danang

5th ABG (2016)
Succeeded by
Sanya
This page was last edited on 17 March 2019, at 07:19
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