Macau at the Asian Games

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Macau at the
Asian Games
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IOC code MAC
NOC Macau Sports and Olympic Committee
Medals
Gold
2
Silver
11
Bronze
20
Total
33
Asian Games appearances (overview)
Summer appearances
Winter appearances

Macau first competed at the Asian Games in 1990, after the Macau Olympic Committee joined the Olympic Council of Asia in 1989. They have claimed 2 gold, 9 silver and 18 bronze medals.

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Medal tables

Medals by Asian Games

Medals by Asian Winter Games

Gold Medalists

MedalNameGamesSportEvent
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Jia Rui 2010 Guangzhou Wushu Men's daoshu / gunshu
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Huang Junhua 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Wushu Men's nanquan

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