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March 22, 2023

APG 2023 Torch Lighting Ceremony – King of The Royal Kingdom of Cambodia


ASEAN PARA Sports Federation (APSF)
at Torch Lighting Ceremony 12th ASEAN PARA GAMES 2023

21 March 2023

His Majesty KING NORODOM SIHAMONI, King of Cambodia

Samdech Techo HUN SEN, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia,

His Excellency General TEA BANH, Deputy Prime Minister and President of CAMSOC/CAMAPGOC

Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen,

A very good morning and a warm welcome to everyone!

  1. It is indeed a great honour to be part of this milestone event to mark the staging of the 32nd SEA Games and the 12th ASEAN Para Games Cambodia 2023. Making it more historic, today’s official Torch Lighting Ceremony specially held at this world-famous historical site Angkor Wat will be etched forever in our hearts as Cambodia celebrates the staging of the region’s multi-sport Games, for the first time.
  2. On behalf of the ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF) and the ASEAN paralympic community, I extend our sincerest gratitude to His Majesty, King Norodom Sihamoni for the honour of gracing this event this morning.
  3. As with the people and whole population of Cambodia, we, the ASEAN Paralympic community are equally excited and look forward to witnessing the 12th ASEAN Para Games, the first to be held in Cambodia’s history.
  4. Not only today’s Torch Lighting Ceremony marks another milestone and legacy which signifies the hosts’ commitment, but it also demonstrates and renews the true spirit of friendship which has long been embedded amongst the ASEAN population. It presents the chance for the whole ASEAN people to celebrate, be part and feel the pulse of the Games.
  5. The ASEAN paralympic community and sporting fans in general, look forward to the staging of the 12th ASEAN Para Games which officially opens in just 74 days’ time, on 3rd June. Our presence here today is proof of the close collaboration between APSF and the CAMBODIA ASEAN Para Games Organising Committee or CAMAPGOC, to ensure the smooth delivery of the 12th edition of the Games.
  6. Once again, I would like to record our sincerest appreciation to His Majesty, the King of Cambodia and the Prime Minister, and all the people of Cambodia, for the great efforts in making today’s event a success, and most importantly, preparing a Games which promotes peace and equality.
  7. Let’s live up to the spirit of ASEAN Moving Together in One Voice, work together towards promoting peace and tolerance, in tandem with the Games’ motto of SPORTS: LIVE IN PEACE.
  8. On that note, I wish everyone a safe and smooth journey throughout the relay, best of luck and see you in June for the 12th ASEAN Para Games!

Thank You.

March 8, 2023



 THE ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF) and Cambodia ASEAN Para Games Organising Committee (CAMAPGOC) are to meet at the end of the month to finalise various organisational preparations for the upcoming 12th ASEAN Para Games Cambodia 2023 (12th APG). 

The Federation’s delegation, led by President Major General Osoth Bhavilai, and CAMAPGOC are scheduled for the 2nd Coordination Committee (Co-Comm) meeting in Phnom Penh from 28 to 30 March to deliberate on key organisational areas to ensure the hosts’ readiness in the staging the Games for the first time ever. 

On the agenda will be discussions on sports, technical and rules, classification, anti-doping measures, broadcast plans, ceremonies, Games Village as well as the readiness of competition venues at the Morodok Techo Sports Complex. 

The three-day meeting will also include the Technical Delegates (TDs) meeting and the Chef de Mission (CDM) Seminar which will see the participation of contingent heads from all 11 countries. Participating CDMs and Technical Delegates from all 13 sports listed in the 12th APG are also scheduled to visit competition venues to have a closer look at the existing facilities.

In a recent briefing at the 32nd APSF Executive Committee (EXCO) meeting, CAMAPGOC Deputy Secretary-General Yi Veasna assured member nations of Cambodia’s readiness and that the Games’ preparation are well on track. 

“Cambodia is confident of staging a successful Games despite being a first-time host…support from various parties, stakeholders, sponsors, media and the masses have been tremendous and preparation has been going on  well according to schedule,” said Veasna, who is also APSF’s Vice-President (Development) and the Secretary-General of NPC Cambodia. 

APSF President Maj Gen Bhavilai meanwhile said, both APSF and CAMAPGOC aere aware of the challenges ahead and need to work hand in hand in key functional areas to avoid any glitches and ensure smooth delivery of the Games. 

“The upcoming Co-Comm, CDM Seminar and Technical Delegates meetings are important not only to gauge Cambodia’s readiness, but more importantly, also the Games are held in accordance with the Games’ procedures and regulations to ensure fair play and athletes’ welfare are well taken care of,” said Maj Gen Bhavilai. 

The 12th ASEAN Para Games is scheduled from 3 to 9 June 2023 with 13 sports and a demo sport (e-Sports) all ready to be contested. Both the opening and closing ceremonies will be held at the Morodok Techo Stadium on the 3rd and 9th of June respectively.  

Sports confirmed for the Games are Athletics, Para-badminton, Boccia, Chess, Goalball, Football-Seven-a-Side, Football Five-a-Side, Judo, Powerlifting, Para-swimming, Table Tennis, Sitting Volleyball and Wheelchair Basketball.

“Challenges do exist but APSF will continue to pull our resources and work closely with CAMAPGOC to ensure that the Games is held in accordance with APSF’s regulations, especially in classification, sports rules, technical and anti-doping,” said Maj Gen Bhavilai, adding that other matters to be discussed include broadcasting, ceremonies as well as hosts’ readiness in technology and information technology. 

Prior to the Co-Comm meeting, Maj Gen Bhavilai and Secretary-General Senior Colonel Wandee Tosuwan will be in Seam Reap as APSF representatives for the Royal Torch Lighting Ceremony, scheduled on March 21 at the Angkor Wat Temple, to mark the organisation of the 32nd SEA Games and 12th ASEAN Para Games 2023.

In the presence of King of Cambodia, the torch will be lighted up during sunrise at Angkor Wat, marking the start of the torch’s multi-country journey through Southeast Asia, before making its way back to the Morodok Techo National Stadium in Phnom Penh on May 5 for the official opening ceremony of the  Games. 

Meanwhile, the APSF Board of Governors (BoG), the federation’s highest decision-making authority, will meet on Wednesday (8th March) to discuss various organisational matters including the Cambodia Games’ preparation. 

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February 23, 2023


PREPARATION for the upcoming 12th ASEAN Para Games entered its final phase with athletes from all 11 participating contingents all ready to converge and see action in Phnom Penh from 3 to 9 June.

Today’s 100-day countdown celebration marks another significant milestone as Cambodia seeks to create a meaningful impact on the empowerment of para-athletes and sports in the Kingdom and the region through the hosting of the biennial Games for the first time since the inaugural Games in Kuala Lumpur in 2001.

The week-long 12th ASEAN Para Games 2023 will concentrate mostly at the newly-built Morodok Techo Sports Complex, located in Phnom Penh’s northern suburb, with some 2,000 athletes and officials all geared for action in 13 sports. E-Sports is making its debut albeit as a demonstration sport, but could see a positive impact on the development of the sports in the coming editions in Thailand, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

Intensive preparations for the Games, which started over the last two years, are well on track with ASEAN Para Games Organising Committee (CAMAPGOC) and governing body ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF) working hand in hand to push the “Sports: Live in Peace” as the key messaging of the Games, in support of a peaceful ASEAN community and forging solidarity through participation in sports.

“Today, as we celebrate the 100-day countdown milestone, we must continue to ensure that our athletes are given equal opportunities to prove themselves and excel at the highest competitive sporting platform. The ASEAN Para Games not only provides such opportunities, but it also helps provide strength to uphold our equality and inclusivity agenda,” said APSF President Major General Osoth Bhavilai in his message in conjunction with the 100-day Countdown celebration today.

Maj Gen Bhavilai said, APSF, as governing body of the para movement in South East Asia, will continue to work hand in hand with host countries to deliver the Games in the best
possible atmosphere and in true spirit of sportsmanship.

“Cambodia is out to prove that despite hosting the Games for the first time, it can meet the demands and expectations in all organisational areas and ensure the welfare of athletes and participants are well taken care of,” said Maj Gen Bhavilai.

Maj Gen Bhavilai admitted to the challenges in various organisational aspects but believes that Cambodia 2023 Games will be as successful as the past Games. “It’s just that both APSF and CAMAPGOC will have to further solidify their coordination in various functional areas.”

“In tandem with our “ASEAN Moving Together” approach, I believe that come June 3, we will have a great Games and our athletes, para sports and our para movement stand to gain especially in preparing for their next major assignment, the Hangzhou Asian Para Games 2023 in October, “ he added.

In the coming weeks, more coordination efforts are scheduled with the APSF-CAMAPGOC 2nd Coordination Committee meeting involving various key functional areas is set from 28th to 30th March in Phnom Penh. This includes Technical Delegates’ (TDs) venue visits, Chief Classifiers, TDs and Delegates’ Registration meetings as well as the Chef de Mission seminar on 30th March.

Sports to be contested are Athletics, Para-Badminton, Boccia, Chess, Goalball, Football-Seven-a-Side, Football Five-a-Side, Judo, Powerlifting, Para-Swimming, Table Tennis, Sitting Volleyball and Wheelchair Basketball.

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February 21, 2023


ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF)and sports marketing agency, Prime Sports International (PSI) have joined forces and embarked on a marketing collaboration aimed at enhancing the value of its flagship event – the ASEAN Para Games and the Federation’s para-sports programmes.

“By working together with PSI, we hope to secure more sponsorship and partnership deals with other interested parties which would help APSF fund its activities and para sports programmes,” said APSF Secretary General Senior Colonel Dr Wandee Tosuwan at the signing ceremony of the partnership at in Kuala Lumpur today. 

Signing on behalf of PSI was its Managing Director, Yong-Chul Yun. Also present were APSF Legal and Ethics Chairman, Dato Hakem Arabi and APSF Marketing Director, Lim Chuan Beng. 

PSI is a Kuala Lumpur-based and fully-integrated Sports marketing agency which offers expertise in sponsorship deals, CSR campaigns, event management, sponsorship and media rights distribution services.

“With the 12th ASEAN Para Games in Cambodia scheduled to take place in Phnom Penh in less than four months, we hope to secure more partners to work together with us, to ensure the successful organisation of not only the Cambodia 2023 Games, but also for the next three editions of the Games in Thailand (2025), Malaysia (2027) and Singapore in 2029. 

Just nine months after the succesful organisation of the 11th ASEAN Para Games in Solo, Indonesia last year, the 12th edition of the biennial Games will take place in Phnom Penh from 3-9 June.

A total of 13 sports will be featured with E-sports making its debut as a demonstration sport in Cambodia 2023. The 2023 Games is ecpected to draw some 2,500 athletes and officials from all 11 Asean contingents.

Senior Col. Dr Wandee was recently on a three-day working visit in Kuala Lumpur to attend the APSF Strategic Plan meeting with APSF Directors and APSF Technology Partner Spacelabs.

January 17, 2023

New Year Message from APSF President

New Year Message from APSF President

Warm Greetings and a Happy New Year to all NPCs, athletes, coaches, officials, stakeholders and supporters of the ASEAN paralympic movement!
What a year it was as we finally close another chapter in our region’s paralympic journey, leaving us with good memories and valuable lessons as we prepare ourselves for fresh challenges in the new year.
Following a challenging two years, we have managed to bounce back stronger with the successful staging of the 11th ASEAN Para Games Solo 2022, delivering memorable moments, providing our athletes who have been yearning to see action in a highly-competitive Games, after a lapse of four years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Let’s put our hands together and congratulate Indonesia and our dedicated friends at the Indonesia ASEAN Para Games Organising Committee (INAPGOC) and the good people in Solo for organising and successfully delivering the Solo 2022 Games. While we hope that 2023 continues to inspire us with even greater milestones, we must remain vigilant and wary of the challenges ahead.
As we brace ourselves for another journey in 2023, we must constantly remind ourselves not to take things for granted, in sports, and more importantly, in life. The effect of Covid-19 has greatly impacted our community, athletes and sports, but we remained steadfast and succeeded in our struggle for equality as well as fight in the fight against discrimination on our athletes and sports. “United we stand, divided we fall”, and the success of the Solo Games should spur us to work harder in one voice to ensure that the upcoming 12th ASEAN Games in Cambodia in June 2023, will deliver even greater success.
APSF remains devoted to the endeavour to ensure that our 11-member nation movement and Games continue to be relevant, dynamic and able to adapt to face future challenges, namely in the next four cycles of the ASEAN Para Games in 2023, 2025, 2027 and 2029.
On behalf of APSF, I wish to thank all 11 National Paralympic Committees (NPCs) and their officials for continuously working to raise awareness and championing the cause of our movement, producing world-class athletes and ensuring their welfare and development in sports and life.
Let’s remain focussed on continuing to build our strength, work collectively to ensure the smooth and successful organisation of the historical 12th ASEAN Para Games in June 2023, the first ever to be staged by Cambodia. Preparation is well on track and I am sure that contingents from all member nations are eagerly looking forward to converging once again in the region’s biggest para sporting extravaganza in Phnom Penh.
On behalf of the APSF Board of Governors, Executive Committee and the APSF Secretariat, I wish everyone a fruitful year ahead, a blessed and happy New Year! Thank You.
ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF)
December 29, 2022

APG 2023: APSF-CAMAPGOC First Co-Comm Meeting Concludes Successfully

APG 2023: APSF-CAMAPGOC First Co-Comm Meeting Concludes Successfully

THE 1st Coordination Committee Meeting for the 12th ASEAN Para Games Cambodia 2023 concluded successfully in Phnom Penh on Sunday (18 December) with ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF) and host Cambodia embracing collective commitment to ensure the successful delivery of the Games in June next year.
The three-day meeting, which focussed on deliberation and discussions over key aspects of the Games organisation, was attended by key officials with President Major General Osoth Bhavilai leading the APSF’s delegation and Secretary-General, Vath Chamreoun heading the local organising committee, Cambodia ASEAN Para Games Organising Committee (CAMAPGOC) team.
The 12th ASEAN Para Games Cambodia 2023, slated from 3-9 June, will be the first ever to be staged in the Kingdom of Cambodia since the inception of the Games in 2001.
Both Maj Gen Bhavilai and Chamreoun signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in conjunction with the meeting, officially underpinning commitments to collaborate closely in key functional areas of the Games. Also present was the Minister of Tourism and Permanent Vice Chairman of CAMAPGOC His Excellency Dr Thong Khon, who witnessed the brief ceremony at Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh Hotel.
The MoU underlines the roles and responsibilities of both parties in pertinent areas which include sports and technical, classification, anti-doping, media, broadcast, protocol and ceremonies, accreditation, marketing and partnership, legal, accommodation, food, transportation as well as information technology.
The seven-member ASPF delegation also took time to tour and inspect facilities and venues at the Games’ main hub at Morodok Techo Sports Complex which houses most of the sports venues as well as the Games village.
Maj Gen Bhavilai summarised the meeting as significantly fruitful, providing a clearer understanding to both parties which will help speed up and smoothen the current and future execution of operational matters of the Games.
“I’m pleased to note that Cambodia is on the right track in the preparation of the Games in both organisational and especially aspects. The main hub Morodok Techo Sports Complex is now ready to play host and I’m sure that athletes and contingents are eager looking forward to be here in June,” said Maj Gen Bhavilai.
The meeting itself was a huge step forward as both parties have agreed to work hand in hand in the same direction leading up to the Games with more forthcoming engagements in the coming weeks and months, said Maj Gen Bhavilai.
“Cambodia has APSF’s full assurance that we will pull our resources together with key officials from the APSF secretariat ready to work together with their respective counterparts at CAMAPGOC to help ensure that preparations are well on track before the opening ceremony on June 3,” said Maj Gen Bhavilai.
Meanwhile, APSF Secretary General Senior Colonel Dr Wandee Tosuwan said 13 sports have been listed for the Games, with an additional E-Sports being included as demonstration sports.
“APSF and CAMAPGOC will work collaboratively for a common goal, which is for Cambodia to provide the best and safest possible atmosphere for athletes and contingents to compete and the Games to leave a lasting legacy for the host country,” said Col Tosuwan.
As the new year 2023 approaches, a series of engagements with member nations and NPCs will take place with the Pre-delegates registration meeting and the Chef-de-Mission seminar meeting scheduled in March next year.
Sports to be featured are athletics, para-badminton, boccia, chess, goalball, football-seven-a-side, football five-a-Side, judo, powerlifting, para-swimming, table tennis, sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball.
September 15, 2022



BANGKOK, 14 Sept – THE ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF) expresses its deepest sadness and condolence to the family of the NPC Thailand President, Chutinant Bhirombakhdi, 65, who passed away while receiving medical treatment in a hospital in Boston, USA yesterday.


The late Bhirombakhdi is known for his passion and deep interest in developing para sports and athletes in Thailand and has been a loving father figure to Thai para-athletes.


A president since 2009, Bhirombhakdi, fondly known as Nick, was the backbone of the Thailand paralympic movement, dedicating much of his life to bringing honour and raising the standard of Thai para-athletes at international meets and tournaments. This includes pushing hard the equality agenda for para-athletes in Thailand to be accorded the same treatment as able-bodied athletes.


Among  Asia’s para sports powerhouses, Thailand has improved greatly under the helm of Bhirombhakdi and among paralympic powerhouses, regionally and globally.  


A highly-educated figure, the late was the Chief Executive Officer and President of Boon Rawd Brewery Company Limited since 2020 as well as Chairman of Singha Estate Public Company Limited.


APSF President Maj Gen Osoth Bhavilai said Bhirombhakdi’s passing was a great loss not only to Thailand’s paralympic community but is greatly felt by the ASEAN paralympic family.


“It is with great sorrow and pain that we learnt about the passing of the late Chutinant, who also happened to be my President in NPC Thailand,” said Maj Gen Bhavilai, who is also the Secretary General of NPC Thailand.


“He is the symbol of success for the para movement in Thailand and has contributed greatly to the development of para-sports, locally and regionally, and is greatly loved by athletes. ASEAN para community will surely miss him sorely,” said Maj Gen Bhavilai.


May his soul rest in peace.



July 30, 2022

Opening Speech by APSF President at the Official Opening Ceremony of the 11th ASEAN Para Games Solo 2022

Opening Speech by APSF President at the Official Opening Ceremony of the 11th ASEAN Para Games Solo 2022

Your Excellency, Mr K.H. MA’RUF AMIN

Vice President of Republic of Indonesia


• Honourable, Mr ZAINUDIN AMALI 

Minister of Youth and Sports



Chairman, National Paralympic Committee of Indonesia 



Chairman of Indonesia ASEAN Para Games Organising Committee (INASPOC)


• ASEAN Para Sports Federation Board of Governors and EXCO members 


• Members of the Local Organising Committee, INASPOC


• Distinguished Guests, Athletes, Officials, Ladies and Gentlemen


Good Evening!


1. On behalf of the ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF), and with great honour and privilege, I welcome you here tonight…to this beautiful city of Solo for the opening of the 11th ASEAN PARA GAMES Solo 2022!


2. For four long years, the ASEAN Paralympic community have been waiting for this moment. It has now, arrived. We look forward to renewing our solidarity and friendship. We look forward to being inspired, rejuvenating our strength through sports, to savour the magical moments of the ASEAN Para Games!  Thank You Solo, Thank You Indonesia for this moment!




3. In the next seven days, be prepared for many inspiring actions and achievements by our 1,248 athletes and 534 officials. They will be competing in 924 events, for the 453 medals at stake. Let’s empower them with our fullest support, and greatest encouragement for them to continue scaling greater heights in sports, and life!


4. I would like to take this opportunity to record my special gratitude to the Indonesian Government for the unwavering commitment to bringing the 11th ASEAN Para Games here in Solo. All this, in less than five months of preparation and not to mention, the global Covid-19 pandemic which continues to be a health threat to us. 


As owner of the Games, APSF has been collaborating closely with all parties. Thank you to the Ministry of Youth and Sports KEMENPORA under the leadership of PAK ZAINUDIN,  the Indonesia ASEAN Para Games Organising Committee INASPOC led by Mr GIBRAN, and the National Paralympic Committee of Indonesia under the leadership of PAK SENNY MARBUN. Your continuous commitment, dedication and leadership will continue to inspire us.  


Ladies and Gentlemen, 


5. We will continue to strive for the betterment of our ASEAN paralympic community, through the creation of many more sporting platforms for our athletes and persons with a disability. Together,  in one voice, we continue to champion inclusivity and equality, empower our youth and “TO WIN TOGETHER!”


6. Tonight as we await for the Games cauldron to lit up, let’s congratulate Solo and its friendly people for the great hospitality. 


7. Special thanks to all 11 participating contingents, the hundreds of officials and volunteers, as well as the thousands of fans who are here celebrating tonight, with a common aim of  “STRIVING FOR EQUALITY“. 


8. To athletes, you have waited long enough for tonight to happen. Compete fairly, with a true spirit of sportsmanship. Excite the world with your courage, and make a difference with your achievement! “TOGETHER WE WIN”.



Thank you. MATUR NUWUN!

July 25, 2022



IT’s the last 10 days before the big action begins! Solo is all hyped up to receive thousands of athletes, officials and guests – promising a memorable Asean Para Games in this vibrant and beautiful Javanese city!

IT’s the last 10 days before the big action begins!Solo is all hyped up to receive thousands of athletes, officials and guests – promising a memorable Asean Para Games in this vibrant and beautiful Javanese city!

While inspiring and thrilling action at competition arenas by our Para heroes serve as the highlight of 11th ASEAN Para Games 2022, there will be plethora of activities on the sidelines, which include traditional shows, cultural performances, music concerts by local bands, torch relay and many more!

Let’s “Strive for Equality”, be part of the excitement! Solo is where the action is. 

*Para Badminton will be among the 14 sports to feature in the 11th ASEAN Para Games Solo 2022. The sport is hugely popular in Southeast Asia and requires good motor coordination. Para athletes play with the same rules as able-bodied players, while in wheelchair badminton, singles are limited to one half of the court while double pairs use the full court. Categories include team events and individual standing and wheelchair events.

July 25, 2022



Preparation for the 11th ASEAN Para Games 2022 in Solo remained on track as host Indonesia stepped up efforts to ensure a seamless sporting show for the region’s para athletes and contingents scheduled to commence on July 30, in Solo.

The 11th edition of the biennial regional Games were handed to Indonesia who replaced the original host city Hanoi which pulled out from the hosting job due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Solo Games is scheduled from July 30 to 6 August with more than 1,500 athletes expected to participate in 14 sports. Solo had previously hosted the 6th ASEAN Para Games in 2011.

Having missed the Games twice (Manila 2020 and Hanoi 2021), athletes and contingents are looking forward to participating in Solo as part of their preparation towards the 4th Asian Para Games in Hangzhou in September.

With close to 100 days left before the commencement of the Games, the organisers are racing against time to ensure the smooth delivery of the Games. Yesterday, the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) of Indonesia and the Asean Para Sports Federation (APSF) secretariat convened a virtual meeting to track Solo’s readiness and expedite preparation works which include the participation of athletes, sports and technical, anti-doping, classification, legal matters and other functional areas.

The APSF Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General Senior Colonel Wandee Tosuwan said despite facing various challenges, APSF and host city Solo are determined to ensure a successful organisation of the Games.

“We are pulling our resources together, working collectively to ensure that all related areas are well-covered including health protocols to ensure the safety of athletes, contingents, guests as well as spectators are well-protected.

“We are embarking on a series of meetings at the working level with NPC Indonesia to ensure that everyone is on the same page as far as the organisational efforts are concerned,” said Senior Colonel Wandee.

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Matters discussed include sports, technical areas, classification, anti-doping measures, IT and Games Management, Media and Broadcast plans, Marketing, legal, Protocol and Ceremonies, Accreditation, NPC Services, transportation and Games administration.

“We are working closely with APSF to help us tie up loose ends including the refurbishment of some of the facilities, and ensure all functional areas are in place,” said NPC Indonesia Secretary-General Rima Ferdianto, adding that visits by APSF delegation to inspect venues and other facilities in Solo are also being planned.

More than 1,500 athletes from all 11 Asean nations – Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Timor Leste have registered for the Games.

Sports to be contested include athletics, archery, badminton, boccia, CP Football, chess, goalball, judo, para powerlifting, para-swimming, table tennis, wheelchair tennis, sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball.

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