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Athletics at the South Asian Games

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Athletics at the South Asian Games

Athletics competitions have been held at the South Asian Games since the inaugural edition of the South Asian Federation Games in 1984 in Kathmandu, Nepal.

South Asian Games

Games Year Host Events
Men Women
I 1984 () Kathmandu
II 1985 () Dhaka
III 1987 () Calcutta
IV 1989 () Islamabad
V 1991 () Colombo
VI 1993 () Dhaka
VII 1995 () Madras
VIII 1999 () Kathmandu
IX 2004 () Islamabad 19 13
X 2006 () Colombo 20 15
XI 2010 () Dhaka 15 8
XII 2012 () New Delhi

Games records

External links

  • Athletics medallists from 1984–2004 South Asian Games
  • South Asian Games Athletics Records
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