Monday, 9 November 2009

Third Asian Indoor Games concludes in Hanoi

The third Asian Indoor Games (AIG) lowed the curtain on Sunday after the ten-day competitions in 21 sports.

Malaysia concludes in 15th spot in the medal tally, with 3 gold, 5 silver and 8 bronze medals at the third Asian Indoor Games,

China topped the gold medal tally with 48 golds, followed by host Vietnam with 42 golds and Kazakhstan 21.

Timothy Tsun Ting Fok, Vice President of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), said at the closing ceremony that Vietnam has made the3rd AIG a success. He is impressed by the warm hospitality of Vietnamese people, especially the volunteers.

Nguyen Danh Thai, vice president of the organizing committee of the 3rd AIG said athletes have demonstrated fine sportsmanship in the ten-day competitions. Asia is to embrace a greater future of sports, he said.

The 3rd AIG drew 43 countries and regions. The games include track and field, short course swimming, dancing, boxing, chess, shuttlecock, billiards and snooker, computer games and many others.



1. Team's Southern Lion Optional Exercise (Dragon & Lion Dance)

2. Shamsuddin Ahmad Saiful Lubis - Pencak Silat, Men's Single Tunggal

3. Jamari Mohd Al Jufferi - Pencak Silat, Men's Class E


1. Men's Team - Bowling

2. Women's Double - Bowling

3. Team's Dragon Dance Optional Exercise - Dragon & Lion Dance

4. Team's Northern Lion Optional Exercise - Dragon & Lion Dance

5. Bakri Mahani - Pencak Silat, Women's Class B


1. Women's Double - Bowling

2. Women's Team - Bowling

3. M Nasir Muhammad Faizul - Pencak Silat, Men's Class B

4. Rahim Amir Ikram - Pencak Silat, Men's Class C

5. Abdullah Azrul - Pencak Silat, Men's Class H

6. Mohamed Nasir Siti Rahmah - Pencak Silat, Women's Class D

7. Women's Team Regu - Pencak Silat

8. Abd Razak Mohamad Syafiq - Men's Single Petanque


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