Palarong Asyano 2018

Ang Palarong Asyano 2018 (Indonesian: Pesta Olahraga Asia 2018, [citation kinakailangan]), na opisyal na kilala bilang Ika-18 Palarong Asyano at kilala rin bilang Jakarta – Palembang 2018, ay isang pan-Asian na multi-sport event na ginanap mula 18 Agosto hanggang 2 Setyembre 2018 sa mga lungsod ng Indonesia ng Jakarta at Palembang. Ang Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) ay orihinal na iginawad ang mga laro sa Hanoi, Vietnam noong Nobyembre 2012, ngunit ang mga karapatan sa pagho-host ay binigyan ng labing pitong buwan mamaya. Ang Indonesia, na orihinal na natapos sa pangalawa sa bid, ay itinuturing na ang pinakamalakas na kandidato kapalit at kalaunan ay iginawad ang mga karapatan sa gitna ng mga Palarong 2014. Ang Surabaya, na inilunsad ng lungsod sa panahon ng bid, ay pinalitan ng Jakarta at Palembang, na pinagsama ang Palaro ng Timog Silangang Asya 2011.

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Official emblem of the 2018 Asian Games.
Punong-abalang lungsodJakarta at Palembang, Indonesia[1]
Motto"Energy of Asia"[2]
(Indones: Energi Asia)
Mga bansang kalahok45
Mga atletang kalahok11,646
Disiplina465 in 40 sports
Seremonya ng pagbubukasAgosto 18[3]
Seremonya ng pagsasaraSetyembre 2
Opisyal na binuksan niJoko Widodo
Pangulo ng Indonesia
Opisyal na sinara niAhmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah
Pangulo ng Olympic Council of Asia
Panunumpa ng ManlalaroArki Dikania Wisnu
Panunumpa ng HukomWahyana
Torch lighterSusi Susanti
Main venueGelora Bung Karno Main Stadium[4]
WebsiteOfficial website
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Sa kauna-unahang pagkakataon, ang Tag-init na Palarong Asyano ay co-host ng dalawang lungsod; ang kabisera ng Indonesia sa Jakarta (na nagho-host sa Mga Laro sa unang pagkakataon mula pa noong 1962), at ang Palembang, ang kabisera ng lalawigan ng South Sumatra. Ang mga kaganapan ay ginanap sa loob at sa paligid ng dalawang lungsod, kabilang ang mga lugar sa Bandung at mga lalawigan ng West Java at Banten. Ang pambungad at pagsasara ng mga seremonya ng Mga Laro ay ginanap sa Gelora Bung Karno Stadium sa Jakarta. Maraming mga di-Olympic na kaganapan ang na-cut mula sa programa ng kaganapan, ngunit maraming mga bagong disiplina na ipinakilala sa Palarong Olimpiko sa Tag-init 2020 sa Tokyo (kasama ang 3-on-3 basketball) ay idinagdag. ang mga eSports at canoe polo ay ipinagpalit din bilang demonstration sports.

Pinangunahan ng Tsina ang medalya para sa ika-sampung magkakasunod na oras. Ang North at South Korea ay naglagay ng isang pinag-isang koponan sa pagbubukas ng seremonya at mga napiling mga kaganapan, at nanalo din ng kanilang kauna-unahan na gintong medalya bilang isang pinag-isang koponan sa isang multi-sport event. 6 mundo, 18 Asyano at 86 Asyano na rekord ay nasira sa mga Palaro, habang ang Japanese swimmer na si Rikako Ikee ay inihayag bilang pinakamahalagang manlalaro.

Proseso ng AnyayaBaguhin

Ang PalaroBaguhin

Seremonya ng pagbubukasBaguhin

PalakasanBaguhin

Sa opisyal na talaan, may 46 na disiplina mula sa 42 na larangan ng palakasan na pinaglabanan. Ang lahat ng mga larangan ay nagsimula sa pagtatapos ng pambukas na seremonya maliban sa Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Table tennis, at Volleyball kung saan ang mga pangunang palaro ay naganap bago ang opisyal na pagbubukas ng palaro. Ang mga larangan ng palakasan sa Palaro ng Asya 2018 ay ang mga sumusunod:

Demonstration sports

Mga Nasyong kalahok ng National Olympic CommitteesBaguhin

Lahat ng 45 bansang miyembro ng Olympic Council of Asia ay nakatakdang sumali sa palaro. [5] Napagkasunduan din na ang Hilagang Korea at Timog Korea ay makikipaligsahan sa mga piling disiplina bilang iisang bansa, tulad ng ginawa nila sa 2018 Winter Olympics.[6]

Nasa ibaba ang listahan ng lahat ng mga kalahok na NOCs; ang bilang ng mga kakumpitensya sa bawat delegasyon ay ipinahiwatig sa mga braket.

Participating National Olympic Committees[7]
Number of athletes by National Olympic Committees (by highest to lowest)

KalendaryoBaguhin

[38][39]

 OC  Seremonya ng Pagbubukas  ●   Kaganapan ng mga tunggali  1  Huling bahagi ng mga kaganapan  CC  Seremonya ng Pagsasara
Agosto/Setyembre 15th
Wed
16th
Thu
17th
Fri
18th
Sat
19th
Sun
20th
Mon
21st
Tue
22nd
Wed
23rd
Thu
24th
Fri
25th
Sat
26th
Sun
27th
Mon
28th
Tue
29th
Wed
30th
Thu
31st
Fri
1st
Sat
2nd
Sun
Events
Seremonya OC CC (Di-nauugnay)
Aquatics   Artistic swimming 1 1 55
  Diving 2 2 2 2 2
  Swimming 7 7 7 8 6 6
  Water polo 1 1
  Archery 4 4 8
  Athletics 4 11 7 7 9 10 48
  Badminton 2 2 3 7
Baseball   Baseball 1 2
  Softball 1
Basketball   5 x 5 2 2
  3 x 3 2
  Bowling 1 1 1 1 2 6
  Boxing 10 10
  Bridge 3 3 6
Canoeing   Slalom 2 2 21
  Sprint 6 6
  Traditional boat race 2 2 1
Cycling   BMX 2 24
  Mountain biking 2 2
  Road cycling 1 1 2
  Track cycling 2 3 2 3 4
  Equestrian 1 1 2 1 1 6
  Fencing 2 2 2 2 2 2 12
  Field hockey 1 1 2
  Football 1 1 2
  Golf 4 4
Gymnastics   Artistic 1 1 2 5 5 18
  Rhythmic 1 1
  Trampolining 2
  Handball 1 1 2
  Jet ski 1 2 1 4
  Judo 4 5 5 1 15
  Kabaddi 2 2
  Karate 4 4 4 12
Martial arts   Jujitsu 3 3 2 49
  Kurash 3 2 2
  Pencak silat 8 8
  Sambo 2 2
  Wushu 1 2 3 2 6
  Modern pentathlon 1 1 2
  Paragliding 2 2 2 6
Roller sports

  Roller skating

2 6
  Skateboarding 4
  Rowing 8 7 15
  Rugby sevens 2 2
  Sailing 10 10
  Sepaktakraw 2 1 1 2 6
  Shooting 2 4 3 2 2 3 2 2 20
  Sports climbing 2 2 2 6
  Squash 2 2 4
  Table tennis 2 1 2 5
  Taekwondo 4 3 3 2 2 14
Tennis   Tennis 2 3 10
  Soft tennis 2 1 2
  Triathlon 1 1 1 3
Volleyball   Beach volleyball 1 1 4
  Indoor volleyball 2
  Weightlifting 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 15
  Wrestling 5 5 4 4 18
Daily medal events 21 29 28 33 42 37 26 36 39 29 36 34 30 44 1 465
Cumulative Total 21 50 78 111 153 190 216 252 291 320 356 390 420 464 465

  Canoe polo (demonstration)

2 2
  eSports (demonstration) 1 1 1 1 1 1 6
Agosto/Setyembre 15th
Wed
16th
Thu
17th
Fri
18th
Sat
19th
Sun
20th
Mon
21st
Tue
22nd
Wed
23rd
Thu
24th
Fri
25th
Sat
26th
Sun
27th
Mon
28th
Tue
29th
Wed
30th
Thu
31st
Fri
1st
Sat
2nd
Sun
Kaganapan
August 10th
Sat
11th
Tue
12th
Thu
13th
Fri
14th
Sun
Basketball   5 x 5  ● 
  Football  ●   ●   ● 
  Handball  ●   ● 


Seremonya ng pagsasaraBaguhin

Mga Lokasyon ng Palaro at ImprastrukturaBaguhin

Athletes' VillageBaguhin

TransportasyonBaguhin

Talaan ng MedalyaBaguhin

 Pos.  Bansa Ginto Pilak Tanso Kabuuan
1   Tsina 132 92 65 289
2   Hapon 75 56 74 205
3   Timog Korea 49 58 70 177
4   Indonesia 31 24 43 98
5   Uzbekistan 21 24 25 70
6   Iran 20 20 22 62
7   Chinese Taipei 17 19 31 67
8   India 15 24 30 69
9   Kazakhstan 15 17 44 76
10   North Korea 12 12 13 37
11   Bahrain 12 7 7 26
12   Thailand 11 16 46 73
13   Hong Kong 8 18 20 46
14   Malaysia 7 13 16 36
15   Qatar 6 4 3 13
16   Mongolia 5 9 11 25
17   Vietnam 4 16 18 38
18   Singapore 4 4 14 22
19   Pilipinas 4 2 15 21
20   Nagkakaisang Arabong Emirato 3 6 5 14
21   Kuwait 3 1 2 6
22   Kyrgyzstan 2 6 12 20
23   Jordan 2 1 9 12
24   Cambodia 2 0 1 3
25   Saudi Arabia 1 2 3 6
26   Macau 1 2 2 5
27   Iraq 1 2 0 3
28   Korea 1 1 2 4
  Lebanon 1 1 2 4
30   Tajikistan 0 4 3 7
31   Laos 0 2 3 5
32   Turkmenistan 0 1 2 3
33     Nepal 0 1 0 1
34   Pakistan 0 0 4 4
35   Afghanistan 0 0 2 2
  Myanmar 0 0 2 2
37   Syria 0 0 1 1
Kabuuan 465 465 622 1,552

Tignan dinBaguhin

TalasanggunianBaguhin

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Kawing panlabasBaguhin

Inunahan ni:
Incheon
Asian Games
Jakarta-Palembang

XVIII Asian Games (2018)
Sinundan ni:
Hangzhou


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