Manila 1991
The 16th Southeast Asian Games were held in Manila, the Philippines from 24 November - 3 December 1991.

This was the second time that the country hosted the biennial regional sporting event.

It was officially opened by President Corazon Aquino at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila through a colorful opening ceremony.

It was the only SEA Games where the overall championship was heavily contested.

The deciding medal came from the last sporting event - women's marathon where Indonesia got the gold medal.

The host country was disappointed when they were two gold medals short of getting the over-all championship.

Officially opened by Corazon Aquino President of the Philippines Ceremony venue Rizal Memorial Stadium
16th South East Asian Games  Manila 1991
Opening Ceremony 24 Nov 1991
Closing Ceremony 03 Dec 1991
Host City Manila
Country Philippines
Nations Participating 9
Sports 28
Sports/Disciplines 28
Sports / Disciplines
Bowling BW
Archery AR
Badminton BD
Basketball BK
Boxing BX
Fencing FE
Football FB
Golf GO
Judo JU
Karate KR
Rowing RO
Sepaktakraw SE
Sailing SA
Shooting SH
Softball SO
Squash SQ
Table Tennis TT
Taekwondo TK
Tennis TE
Volleyball VB
Weightlifting WL
Wushu WU
Bodybuilding BO
Aquatics AQ
Athletics AT
Cycling CY
Gymnastics GY
Billiards Sports BS
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Asian Marks

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Emblem, Manila 1991

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Mascot, Manila 1991
Kiko Labuyo, a colourful mountain-dwelling fighting cock, was the official mas

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Final Medal Table

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