Chapter 4 : SOUTH ASEAN GAMES (SEA GAMES) - Coggle Diagram
Chapter 4 : SOUTH ASEAN GAMES (SEA GAMES)
South East Asian Paninsular Games wa initiate by Luang Sukhum Nayapradit from Thailand in the late 1957.
Southeast Asian Games Federation(SEAGF) with supervision by the International Olympic Comittee(IOC) and the Olympic Council Of Asia(OCA).
All athelete must be entered by their Nasional Olympic Commitee
SEAGF was formally the Soundeast Asian Peninsular Games Federation(SEAPGF) when the Federation changed its name and the games name in 1977.
HISTORY OF SEA GAMES
1st SEAP Games was agreed to organise it between the period of Asian and Olympic Games once in every two years.
9th Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, ex-Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mr.Tun Abdul Razak suggest Indonesia and Philippine change SEAP to SEA Games in 1977.
Brunei become 10th SEA Games participant.
Logo of SEA Games
Rational Of The Event
Help promote co-operation, understanding and relations among countries in the region,
Southeast Asian athletes raise their standards to be more competitive in the langer arenas of the Asian and Olympic Games.
Prominence given to the region's endogenous and its potential accepted for competition in Asian Games.
Southeast Asean Games Fedration(SEAGF)
SEAGF Charter and Rules has been approved by SEAGF Council meeting held on 29th April 1978 in Bali,Indonesia.
Updated SEAGF Charter and Rules has been approved by SEAGF meeting held on 29th January 2013 in Nay Pyi Taw,Myanmar.
Responsibilities Of SEAGF Council
Ensuring the regular celebration of the SEA Games
Encouraging the organization of sports competitions generally.
Making them worthy of the glorious history and of high ideals that inspire the Olympic Games.
Replace Cambodia & Laos As Host
Use The New Name(SEA Games)
Participating & Hosting
Selection Of Sports
SEA GAMES 2017
Protest Official Decision
Lack Of Facilities
A Yoong Family Affair
Hall Of Fame
Dato' M. Rajamani born in a small town of Tapah in 1943 is a Asian Track Queen.
Women participating in sports and rose to become the greatest track star that Malaysia has produced.
Rajamani's exploit in the 1965 and 1967 SEAP Games was the 1966 Asian Games in Bangkok.
Best in Asia and emerged with the 400m gold medal and a new games record of 56.3 sec.
The 1st Sportswomen of the year for Malaysia in 1966.
Leong Mun Yee is a Malaysia Diver. She born on 4 December 1984 at Perak.
Her achievements is when she completed at 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 Olympic Games and she won bronze medal at 2009 World Championship.
Her education graduated with a degree in communication from Universiti Putra Malaysia(UPM).
Datuk Dr.Mani Jegathesan
Flying Doctor of Malaysia for his athletic achievements in Asia.
Regarded as the "Golden Era" of Malaysia athletic.
Debut at the 1959 SEA Games at Bangkok
Malaysia's first cycling gold medal at the 1965 SEAP Games in Kuala Lumpur without a coach and full-time training.
Razif and Jailani Sidek
Won gold medal in SEA Games in 1989 and 1991.
Member of Malaysia squad that won the Thomas Cup for the first time in 25 years old
Nurul Huda Abdullah
1985 SEA Games
1987 SEA Games
1989 SEA Games
1976 SEA Games
7 gold medals in SEA Games and also nailing the 1975 and 1976 National Sportswomen of the Year awards
Won the 400m gold in 1979 SEA Games with a record 47.79 seconds as well as the 200m gold.
Datuk Dr Mumtaz Jaafar
Best Woman Athlete and Selangor's Sportswoman of the year in 1980
Final appearnce at the 1989 SEA Games.
Joined the Selangor State Sports Council's Development Division.
Annie Goh Koon Gee
Debut performance in the National Competition for the State King's Cup
Won a gold medal at the SEAP Games in Kuala Lumpur in 1965 and Myanmar in 1969.
Won team silver medals Bangkok(1967) and Singapore(1973) in SEA Games.
Queen of Basketball during her heydays.