South East Asian Games
The Southeast Asian Games is also referred to as the SEA Games are a small multi-sport event involving participants from the countries of Southeast Asia held every two years.

The Games are under regulation from the Southeast Asian Games Federation (SAGF). The SAGF was formally the Southeast Asian Peninsular Games Federation (SAPGF) as they organised the Southeast Asian Peninsular Games, when the Federation changed its name and the Games name in 1977.

The original rationale for these Games was that a regional sports event will help promote co-operation, understanding and relations among countries in the region.
Singapore, June 16, 2015: The President of the SEA Games Federation, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, described the 28th SEA Games in Singapore as “extraordinary” during his speech at the cl...

Singapore, June 14, 2015: Malaysia’s ex-Formula One driver, Alex Yoong, joined his younger siblings, who were on a break from school, to win a family treasure trove of medals ...

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Asian Games Organising Committee

The Asian Games Organising Committee(AGOC) organise the Asian Games in collaboration with their National Olympic Committee and the host city.

South East Asian Games

Far Eastern Championship Games

The Far Eastern Championship Games (also known as Far East Games) was a small Asian multi-sport competition considered to be a precursor.

Asian marks

A big part of any major sports event is the official marks, including the logo, mascot and slogan. They contribute to the fun and the friendship of the occasion, and bring back happy memories for years to come.