Philippines at the Asian Games

Philippines is a member of the South East Asian Zone of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), and has participated in the Asian Games since their inception in 1951. The Philippine Olympic Committee, established in 1911, and recognized in 1929 by the International Olympic Committee, is the National Olympic Committee for Philippines.[1]

Philippines at the
Asian Games
IOC codePHI
NOCPhilippine Olympic Committee
Websitewww.olympic.ph (in English)
Medals
Ranked 12th
Gold
67
Silver
114
Bronze
230
Total
411
Asian Games appearances (overview)

Philippines was one of the first five founding members of the Asian Games Federation on February 13, 1949, in New Delhi, the organization which was disbanded on November 26, 1981, and replaced by the Olympic Council of Asia.[2][3]

Membership of Olympic Council of Asia

Philippines is a member of the South East Asian Zone of the Olympic Council of Asia, the governing body of all the sports in Asia, recognized by the International Olympic Committee as the continental association of Asia.[4][5][a] Being a member of the Southeast Asian Zone, Philippines also participates in the Southeast Asian Games, sub-regional Games for Southeast Asia.[6]

The OCA organizes five major continental-level multi-sport events: the Asian Summer Games (which are commonly known as the Asian Games), Asian Winter Games, Asian Indoor-Martial Arts Games, Asian Beach Games, and Asian Youth Games. Before 2009, Indoor and Martial Arts were two separate events, specialised for indoor and martial arts sports respectively. However, since then the OCA has amalgamated them into a single event, the Asian Indoor-Martial Arts Games, which was debuted in 2013 in Incheon, South Korea.[7] As a member of OCA, Philippines is privileged to participate in all these multi-sport events.

Summer Games results

Philippines is one of the only seven countries that have competed in all editions of the Asian Games. The other six are Indonesia, Japan, India, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Thailand.[8] With a total of 411 medals, Philippines is currently ranked 12th at the all-time Asian Games medal table

   Games were held on home soil
Games Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1951 New Delhi568193
1954 Manila141417452
1958 Tokyo91915432
1962 Jakarta7624373
1966 Bangkok215203710
1970 Bangkok19122211
1974 Tehran02111316
1978 Bangkok448169
1982 New Delhi2391410
1986 Seoul459186
1990 Beijing1271013
1994 Hiroshima3281314
1998 Bangkok15121821
2002 Busan37162618
2006 Doha4691918
2010 Guangzhou3491619
2014 Incheon12121522
2018 Jakarta / Palembang 42152119
2022 Hangzhou Future event
Total6711423039112

Medals by sport

Sports Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
Basketball34127
Tennis8391426
Athletics1311102950
Boxing515103156
Dancesport40022
Cycling1212912
Karate160178
Sailing130101
Bowling578813
Wushu10171119
Diving130011
Weightlifting151539
Swimming410315495
Taekwondo16042428
Volleyball80011
Shooting95121532
Archery110011
Equestrian91113
Wrestling140224
Rowing160011
Golf434815
Board Games70101
Cue Sports44419
Roller sports51001
Pencak silat70044
Ju-jitsu80011
FootballN/A0000
Judo110101
Total1267114230401

Winter Games results

The Philippines has never won a medal in the Asian Winter Games.[9]

Indoor Games results

The Philippines has sent athletes to all editions of the Asian Indoor Games. In the 2005 Asian Indoor Games, held in Bangkok, Thailand, from November 12 to 19, 2005, the Philippines won total four medals, including a gold.[10] Total six medals were won by Filipino athletes during the 2007 Games in Macau, held from October 26 to November 3, 2007.[11] Filipino contingents gave the best performance, in terms of the total number of medals earned, during the 2009 Games held in Hanoi, Vietnam, from October 30 to November 8, winning 10 medals overall.[12]

Beach Games results

The Philippines has sent its delegations to both editions of the Asian Beach Games—a biennial multi-sport event which features sporting events played on seaside beach. At the 2008 Games in Bali, the Philippines won a total of 10 medals, leading to the country finishing 21st in the medal table.[13]

The Philippines sent a delegation composed of 23 athletes for the 2010 Asian Beach Games held in Muscat, Oman from December 8 to 16, 2010. The Philippines was one of the 18 National Olympic Committees that did not win any medal in the Games.[14]

Martial Arts Games results

The Philippines competed in the First Asian Martial Arts Games held in Bangkok, Thailand, from August 1 to 9, 2009. The Philippines won total 18 medals (with two gold), and finished in the 12th spot. Jeffrey Figueroa won a gold in the bantamweight class of taekwondo after defeating Rezai Hasan of Afghanistan by 10–7 in the final. Another gold was won by Mary Jane Estimar in the sanshou 52 kg event of wushu. Estimar defeated Si Si Sein of Myanmar in the final by two to nil points difference.[15]

Youth Games results

The Philippines participated in the 2009 Asian Youth Games held in Singapore from June 29 to July 7, 2009. The Philippines earned two medals in the Games, but no gold, and finished in the 18th spot in the medal table.[16]

Para Games results

See also

Notes and references

Notes
References
  1. "Counties – Philippines". olympic.org. International Olympic Committee. Retrieved January 10, 2012.
  2. "The First Asian Games Championships will be held in March 1951 at New Delhi" (PDF). la84foundation.org. LA84 Foundation. Retrieved January 10, 2012.
  3. "Council – OCA History". ocasia.org. Olympic Council of Asia. Archived from the original on 2012-02-16. Retrieved January 12, 2012.
  4. "NOCs". ocasia.org. Olympic Council of Asia. Archived from the original on 10 January 2012. Retrieved 9 January 2012.
  5. "National Olympic Committees". olympic.org. International Olympic Committee. Retrieved February 3, 2012.
  6. "Games – South East Asian Games". ocasia.org. Olympic Council of Asia. Retrieved January 10, 2012.
  7. "Games". ocasia.org. Olympic Council of Asia. Archived from the original on December 31, 2011. Retrieved January 10, 2012.
  8. "Asian Games – Philippine – Medal standings" (PDF). olympic.ph. Philippine Olympic Committee. Archived from the original (PDF) on January 22, 2012. Retrieved January 11, 2012.
  9. "Asian Winter Games medal count". ocasia.org. Olympic Council of Asia. Retrieved January 11, 2012.
  10. "I Asian Indoor Games – Medal Tally of 1st Asian Games". sports.gov.pk. Pakistan Sports Board. Retrieved February 3, 2012.
  11. "II Asian Indoor Games – Medal Tally of 2nd Asian Games". sports.gov.pk. Pakistan Sports Board. Retrieved February 2, 2012.
  12. "Overall medal standings – Hanoi 2009". ocasia.org. Olympic Council of Asia. Retrieved January 11, 2012.
  13. "1st Asian Beach Games – Medal Tally of 1st Asian Beach Games". sports.gov.pk. Pakistan Sports Board. Retrieved February 2, 2012.
  14. "The 2010 Asian Beach Games" (PDF). olympic.ph. Philippine Olympic Committee. December 18, 2010. p. 22. Retrieved January 11, 2012.
  15. "RP wins two golds in 1st Asian Martial Arts Games" (PDF). olympic.ph. Philippine Olympic Committee. August 29, 2009. Retrieved January 11, 2012.
  16. "1st Asian Youth Games – Medal Tally of 1st Asian Youth Games". sports.gov.pk. Pakistan Sports Board. Retrieved February 3, 2012.
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