بازی‌های پاراآسیایی

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فارسیEnglish
بازی‌های پاراآسیایی
اختصارAPG
اولین دورهبازی‌های پاراآسیایی ۲۰۱۰ در گوانگ‌ژو، چین
دوره برگزاریهر چهار سال
آخرین دورهبازی‌های پاراآسیایی ۲۰۱۸ در جاکارتا، اندونزی
هدفرویداد چندورزشی برای ورزشکاران معلول آسیایی

بازی‌های پاراآسیایی[۱] (به انگلیسی: Asian Para Games) یک رویداد چندورزشی است که هر چهارسال برای ورزشکارانی با معلولیت جسمی برگزار می‌شود. اولین دوره این رقابت‌ها سال ۲۰۱۰ به همراه شانزدهمین دوره از بازی‌های آسیایی در گوانگ‌ژو، چین برگزار شد.

فهرست دوره‌ها[ویرایش]

شهرهای میزبان بازی‌های پاراآسیایی
دوره سال کشور میزبان افتتاح‌شده توسط تاریخ شروع تاریخ پایان کشورها شرکت کنندگان ورزش‌ها رویدادها بهترین کشور منابع
I ۲۰۱۰ گوانگ‌ژو  چین لی که چیانگ ۱۲ دسامبر ۱۹ دسامبر ۴۱ ۲٬۴۰۵ ۱۹ ۳۴۱ چین چین (CHN) [۲]
II ۲۰۱۴ اینچئون  کره جنوبی جونگ هونگ-وون ۱۸ اکتبر ۲۴ اکتبر ۴۱ ۲٬۴۹۷ ۲۳ ۴۴۳ چین چین (CHN) [۳]
III ۲۰۱۸ جاکارتا  اندونزی ۶ اکتبر ۱۳ اکتبر ۴۳ ۲٬۸۳۱ ۱۸ ۵۴۶
IV ۲۰۲۲ هانگژو  چین رویداد آینده
V ۲۰۲۶ ناگویا  ژاپن رویداد آینده

جدول مدال‌ها[ویرایش]

رتبهکشورطلانقرهبرنزمجموع
۱چین چین (CHN)۵۳۱۳۰۱۱۹۵۱۰۲۷
۲کره جنوبی کره جنوبی (KOR)۱۵۲۱۵۰۱۵۷۴۵۹
۳ژاپن ژاپن (JPN)۱۱۵۱۵۴۱۶۴۴۳۳
۴ایران ایران (IRI)۱۱۵۱۱۸۱۰۳۳۳۶
۵تایلند تایلند (THA)۶۴۱۰۲۱۳۶۳۰۲
۶ازبکستان ازبکستان (UZB)۵۸۳۱۲۵۱۱۴
۷اندونزی اندونزی (INA)۴۷۶۳۷۴۱۸۴
۸مالزی مالزی (MAS)۴۱۵۷۷۱۱۶۹
۹هنگ کنگ هنگ کنگ (HKG)۲۶۴۰۵۴۱۲۰
۱۰ویتنام ویتنام (VIE)۲۰۱۹۴۲۸۱
مجموع (۱۰ کشور)۱۱۶۹۱۰۳۵۱۰۲۱۳۲۲۵

جستارهای وابسته[ویرایش]

منابع[ویرایش]

  1. «بازی‌های پاراآسیایی، بازی‌های آسیایی معلولان» [ورزش] هم‌ارزِ «Asian Para Games»؛ منبع: گروه واژه‌گزینی. «فارسی». در همان. دفتر نهم. فرهنگ واژه‌های مصوب فرهنگستان. تهران: انتشارات فرهنگستان زبان و ادب فارسی. شابک ۹۷۸-۹۶۴-۷۵۳۱-۱۸-۴ (ذیل سرواژهٔ بازی‌های پاراآسیایی)
  2. "1st APG Guangzhou 2010". OCA. Retrieved 12 December 2010.[پیوند مرده]
  3. "2nd APG Incheon 2014". OCA. Retrieved 18 October 2014.[پیوند مرده]

مشارکت‌کنندگان ویکی‌پدیا. «Asian Para Games». در دانشنامهٔ ویکی‌پدیای انگلیسی، بازبینی‌شده در ۲۰۱۹-۰۱-۱۰.

Asian Para Games
AbbreviationAPG
First event2010 Asian Para Games in Guangzhou, China
Occur everyfour years
Last event2018 Asian Para Games in Jakarta, Indonesia
PurposeMulti-sport event for athletes with disabilities from nations in Asia

The Asian Para Games is a multi-sport event regulated by the Asian Paralympic Committee that held every four years after every Asian Games for athletes with physical disabilities. Both the former and the latter had adopted the strategy used by the Olympic and Paralympic Games of having both games in the same city. The Games are recognized by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and are described as the second largest multi-sport event after the Paralympic Games.

In its history, three nations have hosted the Asian Para Games and Forty-four nations have participated in the Games.

The most recent games was held in Jakarta, Indonesia from 6 to 13 October 2018. The next games are scheduled to Hangzhou, China between 9 and 15 October 2022.

History

Prior formation

Before the Asian Para Games were held, a gathering known as the FESPIC Games existed and was participated by athletes from the Asia Pacific region. The FESPIC Games was first held in 1975 in Oita, Japan with 18 participating nations. Eight more FESPIC Games were held until 2006.[1]

Formation

The Asian Para Games superseded the FESPIC Games, which was dissolved alongside the FESPIC Federation, the governing body of the games and merged with the Asian Paralympic Council which was renamed as the Asian Paralympic Committee at the closing of the final FESPIC edition held November 2006 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The first Asian multi-sports event for athletes with a disability, the inaugural Asian Para Games was held in 2010 in Guangzhou, China.[2]

List of Asian Para Games

Host cities of the Asian Para Games
Edition Year Host City Host Nation Opened by Start Date End Date Nations Competitors Sports Events Top Placed Team Ref.
I 2010 Guangzhou  China Vice Premier Li Keqiang 12 December 19 December 41 2,405 19 341  China (CHN) [3]
II 2014 Incheon  South Korea Prime Minister Chung Hong-won 18 October 24 October 41 2,497 23 443  China (CHN) [4]
III 2018 Jakarta  Indonesia President Joko Widodo 6 October 13 October 43 2,757 18 506  China (CHN) [5]
IV 2022 Hangzhou  China 9 October 15 October 22[6]
V 2026 Nagoya  Japan Future event

Sports

Twenty-four sports were presented in Asian Para Games history, including 2010 Games in Guangzhou.

Sport Years
Archery Since 2010
Athletics Since 2010
Badminton Since 2010
Boccia Since 2010
Bowling Since 2010
Chess 2018 only
Cycling Since 2010
Football 5-a-side 2010 – 2014
Football 7-a-side 2010 – 2014
Goalball Since 2010
Judo Since 2010
Lawn Bowls Since 2014
Sport Years
Powerlifting Since 2010
Rowing 2010 – 2014
Sailing 2014 only
Shooting Since 2010
Swimming Since 2010
Table tennis Since 2010
Sitting Volleyball Since 2010
Wheelchair Basketball Since 2010
Wheelchair Dance Sport 2014 only
Wheelchair Fencing Since 2010
Wheelchair Rugby 2014 only
Wheelchair Tennis Since 2010

Mascots

The Asian Para Games mascots are fictional characters, usually an animal native to the area or human figures, who represent the cultural heritage of the place where the Asian Para Games are taking place. The mascots are often used to help market the Asian Para Games to a younger audience. Every Asian Para Games has its own mascot. Fun Fun, the mascot for the 2010 Asian Para Games was the first mascot.

Games City Mascot Character Significance
2010 Asian Para Games Guangzhou Fun Fun Character inspired by kapok A flower which is native to Guangzhou, represents strength, joy and vitality of the athletes and the Asian Para movement.
2014 Asian Para Games Incheon Jeonopi and Dnopi Black-faced spoonbill Chosen by organizers to highlight the games organiser commitment in environmental conservation. Jeonopi represents friendship with people in Asia and the world and the clean natural environment of host city Incheon, while Dnopi represents courage of the participating athletes and hope.
2018 Asian Para Games Jakarta Momo Brahminy kite The Brahminy kite is locally known as Bondol eagle. The name Momo is short for motivation and mobility. The mascot wears a Betawinese Belt with Sarong and Represents Jakarta city and strength.
2022 Asian Para Games Hangzhou

Medal count

Of the 44 National Paralympic Committees participating throughout the history of the Games, 37 nations have won at least a single medal in the competition, leaving 7 nations: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal and Tajikistan yet to win a single medal. 31 nations have won at least one gold medal and China became the only nation in history to emerge as overall champions.

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)5313011951027
2 South Korea (KOR)152150157459
3 Japan (JPN)115154164433
4 Iran (IRI)115118103336
5 Thailand (THA)64102136302
6 Uzbekistan (UZB)583125114
7 Indonesia (INA)476374184
8 Malaysia (MAS)415771169
9 Hong Kong (HKG)264054120
10 Vietnam (VIE)20194281
Totals (10 nations)1169103510213225

Asian Youth Para Games

The Asian Youth Para Games is a multi-sport event held every four years for youth athletes with physical disabilities. The first Games was held in 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The Asian Youth Para Games superseded the FESPIC Youth Games which last held in 2003.

List of Youth Games

Host cities of the Asian Youth Para Games
Edition Year Host City Host Nation Start Date End Date Nations Competitors Sports Events Top Placed Team
I 2009 Tokyo  Japan 10 September 13 September 24 466 5 219  Japan (JPN)
II 2013 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 26 October 30 October 29 723 14 235  Japan (JPN)
III 2017 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 10 December 14 December 30 800 7 252  Japan (JPN)

Youth Games Sports

All-time Youth Games medal table

As of 2017 Games
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan (JPN)1477573295
2 Iran (IRI)928172245
3 China (CHN)752210107
4 Thailand (THA)484231121
5 Hong Kong (HKG)40281886
6 Iraq (IRQ)38291683
7 South Korea (KOR)38252386
8 Malaysia (MAS)30303090
9 Uzbekistan (UZB)3013548
10 Kazakhstan (KAZ)25321875
11 Indonesia (INA)24121046
12 Vietnam (VIE)199533
13 India (IND)17141344
14 Jordan (JOR)155626
15 United Arab Emirates (UAE)138324
16 Chinese Taipei (TPE)118322
17 Saudi Arabia (KSA)114621
18 Singapore (SIN)910625
19 Kuwait (KUW)711321
20 Pakistan (PAK)42612
21 Myanmar (MYA)34411
22 Sri Lanka (SRI)3306
23 Palestine (PLE)2305
24 Bahrain (BRN)17311
25 Oman (OMA)1315
26 Philippines (PHI)1168
27 Syria (SYR)1113
28 Brunei (BRU)1001
29 North Korea (PRK)0314
30 Lebanon (LIB)0202
31 Macau (MAC)0123
32 Mongolia (MGL)0101
33 Cambodia (CAM)0000
 East Timor (TLS)0000
 Kyrgyzstan (KGZ)0000
 Laos (LAO)0000
 Nepal (NEP)0000
 Qatar (QAT)0000
 Tajikistan (TJK)0000
 Turkmenistan (TKM)0000
 Yemen (YEM)0000
Totals (41 nations)7064893751570

References

  1. ^ Closure of FESPIC Federation Archived 19 June 2006 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Guangzhou wins bid to host 2010 Asian Para-Games". China Daily. 29 November 2008. Retrieved 7 June 2009.
  3. ^ "1st APG Guangzhou 2010". APC. Retrieved 12 December 2010.
  4. ^ "2nd APG Incheon 2014". APC. Retrieved 18 October 2014.
  5. ^ "3rd APG Jakarta 2018". APC. Retrieved 6 October 2018.
  6. ^ "Para-taekwondo and Para-canoe to make Asian Para Games debut in Hangzhou". Inside the Games. Retrieved 10 October 2019.

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