Singapore 2009
The 1st Asian Youth Games was held in Singapore from June 29, 2009 to July 7, 2009 in over 90 sporting events. The 1st Asian Youth Games was known as the qualifier for the Asian countries to the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics, also known as the 1st Summer Youth Olympics and which will also be held in Singapore.

Event Background
The Asian Youth Games (AYG) was first mooted as part of Singapore's Youth Olympic Games (YOG) bid in 2007;
The Olympic Council of Asia's (OCA) Executive Board unanimously agreed to award the hosting of the 1st AYG to Singapore on 3rd April 2008;
The decision to let Singapore host the first ever AYG was approved by all 45 members of the OCA on 6th April 2008.

Event Objectives
To gather the youth from around Asia in a celebration of youth, sports and learning;
To provide a platform for youths in Asia to engage in friendly competition and imbibe the Olympic sporting values of excellence, friendship and respect;
To provide a forum for learning, cultural exchange and friendship among the youth.

Other than sports competitions, the AYG will also incorporate educational and cultural programmes into its itinerary so as to create a holistic learning experience for all participants. The focus is therefore on attaining a right mix between competitive sports and culture and education.

The AYG will follow International Federations' (IFs) guidelines unless otherwise stipulated in the games' rules and regulations.

Officially opened by: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
Torch Lighter: Tao Li, Remy Ong, Jasmine Ser
Main Stadium: Singapore Indoor Stadium
1st Asian Youth Games  Singapore 2009
Opening Ceremony 29 Jun 2009
Closing Ceremony 07 Jul 2009
Host City Singapore
Country Singapore
Nations Participating 43
Athletes Female 471 Male 850
Events 90
Sports 9
Sports/Disciplines 11
Volunteers 5500
Sports / Disciplines
Bowling BW
Diving ADV
Swimming ASW
Football FB
Sailing SA
Windsurfing SWS
Shooting SH
Table Tennis TT
Basketball 3X3 B33
Athletics AT
Beach Volleyball VBB

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Emblem, Singapore 2009
The highly vibrant and energised star symbol is a unique combination of two ov
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Mascot (Meet Frasia) - Singapore 2009
The Official Mascot and the Theme Song of the 1st Asian Youth Games (AYG) Sing

Asian Results

Final Medal Table

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