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ASIAN PARA GAMES

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The Asian Games are held every four years specifically for athletes with Disabilities (OKU) in the Asian continent. This festival was originally known as 'FESPIC GAMES' was changed to 'ASIAN PARA GAMES' starting in 2010 towards making this sporting event more competitive and structured. Every athlete who will compete must pass the minimum qualification limit set by the Asian Paralympic Committee (APC).
Since the sport was first introduced in 1975, the National Paralympic contingent has never been left behind to take part in the Games. 
At the participation of the National Contingent at the Jakarta / Palembang Asian Para Games 2018, the National Contingent has won 17 gold, 26 silver and 25 bronze medals and is the best achievement of the country outside Kuala Lumpur.
NO. HOST THEME MALAYSIAN CONTINGENT
COUNTRY
ATHLETES
SPORTS
EVENTS
GOLD
SILVER
BRONZE
ATHLETES
SPORTS
EVENTS
RANKING
GOLD
SILVER
BRONZE
1
Oita, Japan
11
-
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
132
126
87
1 - 3 June 1975
2
Australia
11
-
5
287
287
245
228
-
-
-
3
56
42
45
20 - 26 November 1977
3
Sha Tin, Hong Kong
11
-
10
394
394
236
154
-
-
-
3
80
41
30
31 Oct - 7 Nov 1982
4
Surakarata, Indonesia
11
-
14
486
486
320
244
-
-
-
2
82
74
46
31 Aug- 7 Sept 1986
5
Kobe, Japan
11
-
11
409
409
288
239
-
-
-
2
94
80
54
15 - 20 September 1989
6
Beijing, China
11
2000+
11
380
380
338
333
-
-
-
3
51
36
45
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