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Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games

 
GAGOC outlines Athletes' Village services for Asian Games
The 16th Asian Games held its first press conference at the Main Media Centre and announced that the Athletes' Village will open on November 5 accommodating 10,156 athletes and 4,202 team officials during the Games. [Full story]
Asian Games flames travels on Maritime Silk Road
The Asian Games flame started travelling on the "Maritime Silk Road" in Yangjiang, Guangdong Province Tuesday and will arrive at Jiangmen to resume its trip. [Full story]
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10-Day Countdown Ceremony for the 16th Asian Games
10-Day Countdown Ceremony for the 16th Asian Games
MV of 'Reunion', theme song of the 16th Asiad
MV of 'Reunion', theme song of the 16th Asiad
30-Day Countdown Ceremony for the 16th Asian Games
30-Day Countdown Ceremony for the 16th Asian Games
Former Foreign Minister of Thailand speaks at Asian Games Lounge
Former Foreign Minister of Thailand speaks at Asian Games Lounge
Torch of the Guangzhou Asian Games - The Tide
Torch of the Guangzhou Asian Games - The Tide
OCA President takes group interview on Games one-year countdown
OCA President takes group interview on Games one-year countdown
Pakistan delegate: Guangzhou can host Asian Games today
Pakistan delegate: Guangzhou can host Asian Games today
Park: South Korea to send 1000-member delegation to Guangzhou
Park: South Korea to send 1000-member delegation to Guangzhou
Venues More>>
Aoti Tennis Centre well on track to welcome tennis players
 
Asian Games Town under final review
The 16th Asian Games is having its final review of its venues and Asian Games Town complex before the Main Media Centre (MMC) has its world opening on November 1. [Full story]
Chinese and overseas media visit Asian Games Town
 
The unique feature of Asian Games Town Gymnasium
Volunteers More>>
Asian Games Angels ready for kickoff
Marketing More>>
Aggreko to supply Asian Games with temporary power
Preparations across Asia More>>
S. Korean taekwondo team ready for Asian Games
S. Korean taekwondo team ready for Asian Games
Liu Xiang strengthens training as Asiad approaches
Liu Xiang strengthens training as Asiad approaches
Hong Kong shuttlers prepare for tough Asian Games
Hong Kong shuttlers prepare for tough Asian Games
Indian wrestler Ravinder: after CWG gold, my next target is Asiad
Indian wrestler Ravinder: after CWG gold, my next target is Asiad
Vietnam's shooter Dang Hong Ha eyes on Asian medal target
Vietnam's shooter Dang Hong Ha eyes on Asian medal target
Iraqi rowers visit Boston to train for Guangzhou Asian Games
Iraqi rowers visit Boston to train for Guangzhou Asian Games
Nepal's first phase karate selection for Asiad completes
Nepal's first phase karate selection for Asiad completes
Pakistan Hockey Federation names probables for Asian Games
Pakistan Hockey Federation names probables for Asian Games
Recent Events More>>
The 16th Asian Games

The 16th Asian Games will be held in Guangzhou, China from November 12 to 27, 2010. It will feature 42 sports, including 28 Olympic sports and 14 non-Olympic sports. The Asian Games, also called the Asiad, is a multi-sport events held every four years among athletes from all over Asia.
 
Milestones
October 28, 2010:
Asian Games Town under final review.
October 26, 2010:
Cocachin ready for visits nearby Asian Games Town.
October 20, 2010:
'Reunion' MV to make global debut.
October 18, 2010:
'Scenic Splendour of China' Asian Games Album released.
October 17, 2010:
3,989 Asian Games medals arrive in Guangzhou.
October 12, 2010:
Torch Relay for the 16th Asian Games starts in Beijing.
October 9, 2010:
The 16th Asian Games flame is collected at Great Wall.
September 30, 2010:
The 16th Asian Games theme song is released.
September 29, 2010:
Medals of the 16th Asian Games are released.
September 23, 2010:
The 16th Asian Games celebrates 50-day countdown.
August 4, 2010:
The 16th Asian Games celebrates 100-day countdown.
July 21, 2010:
The 2nd World Press Briefing of the 16th Asian Games begins in Guangzhou.
July 15, 2010:
The Official Mark of the 16th Asian Games Torch Relay is unveiled.
July 12, 2010:
The Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games Pre-Delegation Registration Meeting is held in Muscat, Oman.
May 20, 2010:
Over 200,000 Asian Games tickets go on sale.
May 18, 2010:
GAGOC unveils official uniforms for volunteers, staff and technical officials.
May 12, 2010:
The 2nd World Broadcaster Meeting of the 16th Asian Games begins in Guangzhou.
May 6, 2010:
GAGOC announces Asian Games test event series "Vigorous Guangzhou".
April 26, 2010:
The 16th Asian Games celebrates 200-day countdown.
April 21, 2010:
GAGOC announces 183 youth from varied parts of Asia will be selected to participate in the Asian Games Youth Camp this November.
April 8, 2010:
The 8th Meeting of the OCA Coordination Committee begins in Guangzhou.
March 22, 2010:
The 14th Asian Sailing Championship begins in Shanwei as a Test Event for the 2010 Asian Games.
March 3, 2010:
GAGOC announces the Torch Relay of the Games will take place within Guangdong Province and that "The Tide" has been chosen as the Official Torch.
February 23, 2010:
GAGOC reveals the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games will be held on Haixinsha Citizen Square on Haixinsha Island in the Pearl River.
February 11, 2010:
GAGOC announces the Science Congress for the 16th Asian Games is slated for October 10-12, 2010 in Guangzhou.
January 20, 2010:
GAGOC announces Women's Boxing enters the Games, which will feature a total of 476 events under 42 sports.
January 8, 2010:
GAGOC names 38 designated hospitals for Asian Games.
December 15, 2009:
The First World Press Briefing for the 16th Asian Games kicks off.
November 25, 2009:
GAGOC announces that 87% of Asian Games tickets will range from $1.50 to $58.00.
November 12, 2009:
The 16th Asian Games celebrates one-year countdown.
November 11, 2009:
The 16th Asian Games Chefs de Mission Seminar begins.
September 23, 2009:
The First World Broadcaster Meeting of Guangzhou 2010 kicks off.
September 1, 2009:
Asian Games Town Gymnasium tops off.
August 2, 2009:
The first Guangzhou 2010 test event kicks off.
July 22, 2009:
The 16th Asian Games Sports Events Programme is finalised.
May 20, 2009:
The 16th Asian Games announces TV production plans.
May 13, 2009:
The 16th Asian Games unveils Pictograms.
April 22, 2009:
GAGOC announces that more than 12,000 athletes will compete in the 16th Asian Games.
April 21, 2009:
Volunteer recruitment for the 16th Asian Games is officially launched.
March 11, 2009:
The "Road of Asia" Tour is launched in Kuwait.
December 31, 2008:
Guangzhou Asian Games Broadcasting Co. Ltd (GAB), the host broadcaster for the Guangzhou Asian Games, is officially launched; the Creative and Production Teams for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Guangzhou Asian Games are set up.
April 28, 2008:
Five Yang, the Official Mascots of the Guangzhou Asian Games are unveiled.
April 1, 2008:
The establishment of the Official Website of Guangzhou Asian Games is transferred to NetEase, one of the three leading portals in China; the website's new URL, www.gz2010.cn, is officially launched.
February 1, 2008
The Marketing Release Agreement for the 16th Asian Games is signed in Guangzhou.
July 8, 2005:
The Guangzhou Asian Games Organising Committee (GAGOC) is established.
July 1, 2004:
Guangzhou wins the bid for hosting the 2010 Asian Games.

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