SEA Games and SEAP Games History

The 24th Southeast Asian Games (also known as SEA Games) will be held in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand from December 6 to December 16, 2007. However, There are five sports that start before the opening ceremony at December 6,2007. See the complete schedual. Today, at this moment, we rank number 1, got 7 gold. 

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The Southeast Asian Games owes its origins to the Southeast Asian Peninsular Games or SEAP Games. The 1st Southeast Asian Peninsular Games were held in Bangkok, Thailand from 12 December – 17 December 1959, Opened by our King, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, the Great. Also known as King Rama IX.

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It would be the sixth time Thailand has hosted the SEA Games. Thailand had hosted the 1959, 1967, 1975, 1985,1995. And also the 24th Sea Games on Korat, Thailand, 2007 is the second games that held out side the capital city for each country.

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Thailand win the most gold medals nine times as same as Indonesia. However,I think we will win Indonesia in this instance. OK, let see the history of Medals count for each games. Host nation highlighted.

1959

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1961

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1965

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1967

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1969

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1971

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1973

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1975

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1977

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1979

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1981

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1983

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1985

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1987

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1989

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1991

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1993

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1995

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1997

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1999

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2001

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2003

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2005

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So tired to make it done…it’s me.  And thanks Wikipedia a lot, the The Free Encyclopedia on Internet, for the information.

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6 Responses to “SEA Games and SEAP Games History”

  1. 1001ii Says:

    หลังๆ ไทยเราเสมอต้นเสมอปลายดี เป็นที่สองรองจากเจ้าภาพอยู่เสมอ ไทยแลนด์ สู้สู้

  2. dcopywriter Says:

    ผมว่าในระดับซีเกมส์ เรื่องกีฬายังไง ไทยก็ยังไม่เป็นรองใคร
    ปีที่แพ้ส่วนใหญ่ แพ้เจ้าภาพ ซึ่งเราก็รู้ๆกันอยู่
    เขามีสิทธิ์พิเศษหลายอย่าง ทำให้ได้เปรียบ
    ทั้งจัดกีฬาท้องถิ่นเข้าร่วมก็ยังได้

    สู้โว้ย..

  3. rezco Says:

    oh..my Indonesia….

  4. dcopywriter Says:

    Don’t sorry, It’s just a game.

    Welcome to Thailand.

    your always welcome.

  5. rezco Says:

    yes thank you
    😀

  6. Hunter Teele Says:

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