Indonesia 2011
Indonesia SEA Games 2011 will be held in 11 days from November 11, 2011 - November 22, 2011 in two host cities, Palembang and Jakarta with 542 gold medals to be competed through 44 sports. Indonesia is set to host the 2011 SEA Games in the SEA Games Federation Council Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand 6 September 2006. This year is the fourth time for Indonesia to be host country for Southeast Asian countries sports festival after in SEA Games X 1979, SEA Games XV 1987, dan SEA Games XIX 1997.

As the main host, Palembang will concentrate the game in Jaka Baring Sports Complex which covers an area of 45 thousand square meters and also at the sports center Gelora Sriwijaya Palembang.

In Jakarta, competition venues will be centered in Bung Karno Main Stadium (SUGBK). This stadium is the largest and oldest stadium in Indonesia which is very historic for the people of Indonesia which is located in the capital of Jakarta and has seating capacity of about 88 thousand spectators. Currently, Bung Karno Regions stood wide range of facilities for sporting activities in 36 Venues, Politics, Business, Recreation and Tourism.

SEA Games Organizing Committee or commonly abbreviated as INASOC stated there are four keys of success to be addressed during this Southeast Asia countries sport festival, that are the successful of achievement, successful of management, successful of legacy and that no less important is the successful of democratic economy.

For the SEA Games to be memorable especially for Indonesia and all participating countries, one of the impressions building efforts is done by specifying a logo that depicts Eagle with the philosophy of "Garuda Flight above Indonesia Nature?. As a symbol of the country, Garuda in the global sphere is well known and directly associated with Indonesia.

SEA Games Organizing Committee (INASOC) ensures that they will make the 26th SEA Games memorable also by choosing November 11, 2011 or 11/11/11 to hold the opening ceremony. The opening and closing ceremonies will be spectacularly managed along the banks of the Musi River and historic building, Kuto Besak Fort.

Website: http://www.seag2011.com/en
26th South East Asian Games  Indonesia 2011
Opening Ceremony 11 Nov 2011
Closing Ceremony 22 Nov 2011
Host City Jakarta-Palembang
Country Indonesia
Nations Participating 11
Athletes 5219
Sports 44
Sports/Disciplines 48
Participating NOCs
BRU Brunei Darussalam
MAS Malaysia
THA Thailand
CAM Cambodia
MYA Myanmar
TLS Timor-Leste
INA Indonesia
PHI Philippines
VIE Vietnam
LAO Laos
SIN Singapore
Sports / Disciplines
Air Sport
Paragliding APG
Aquatics
Diving ADV
Swimming ASW
Synchronized Swimming ASY
Waterpolo AWP
Marathon Swimming AMS
Archery AR
Athletics AT
Badminton BD
Baseball BB
Basketball BK
Billiards Sports BS
Bowling BW
Boxing BX
Bridge BG
Canoe / Kayak CK
Chess CH
Cycling CY
Equestrian EQ
Extreme Sports
Sports Climbing ESC
Fencing FE
Finswimming FS
Football
Futsal FFL
Golf GO
Gymnastics GY
Judo JU
Karate KR
Kempo KKP
Pencak Silat PS
Petanque PQ
Roller Sports RS
Rowing RO
Sailing SA
Sepaktakraw SE
Shooting SH
Soft Tennis ST
Softball SO
Table Tennis TT
Taekwondo TK
Tennis TE
Traditional Boat Race TB
Volleyball VB
Vovinam VV
Waterski WS
Weightlifting WL
Wrestling WR
Wushu WU
News
22.11.2011
Jakarta, Indonesia: The fervor and frenzy of the 26th South East Asian Games in Palembang (South Sumatra) and Jakarta ended on Tuesday when Vice President Boediono officially ...

21.11.2011
Palembang, Indonesia: With two days remaining of the 26th SEA Games, host nation Indonesia has achieved its target of 150 gold medals, reports Antara News. At close of play on...

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