Malaysia at the Asian Games

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Malaysia at the
Asian Games
Flag of Malaysia.svg
IOC code MAS
NOC Olympic Council of Malaysia
Medals
Gold
63
Silver
101
Bronze
148
Total
312
Asian Games appearances (overview)
Summer appearances
Winter appearances
Other related appearances
Flag of North Borneo (1948-1963).svg North Borneo (1954   1958   1962)
Flag of Sarawak (1946-1963).svg Sarawak (1962)

Malaysia first competed at the Asian Games in 1954.

Contents

Asian Games

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1954 Manila 00000
1958 Tokyo 150033
1962 Jakarta 824915
1966 Bangkok 475618
1970 Bangkok 751713
1974 Tehran 170145
1978 Bangkok 122136
1982 New Delhi 151034
1986 Seoul 1405510
1990 Beijing 102248
1994 Hiroshima 9421319
1998 Bangkok 125101429
2002 Busan 12681630
2006 Doha 118171742
2010 Guangzhou 109181441
2014 Incheon 145141433
2018 Jakarta & Palembang 147131636
2022 Hangzhou Future event
2026 Nagoya Future event
2030 Doha Future event
2034 Riyadh Future event
Total135688132276

Medals by sport

SportRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
Archery 90112
Athletics 16881834
Badminton 5782035
Bodybuilding 120202
Bowling 31213732
Boxing 250044
Cue sports 91304
Cycling 946515
Diving 7081725
Equestrian 1104610
Field hockey 60279
Football 160022
Gymnastics 120101
Karate 3871631
Sailing 849518
Sepaktakraw 345517
Shooting 200336
Squash 1116926
Swimming 101539
Taekwondo 160279
Tennis 170022
Weightlifting 230011
Wushu 43159
Total135688132276

Medals by individual

AthleteSportYearsGenderGoldSilverBronzeTotal
Nicol David Squash 1998–2018F7119
Shalin Zulkifli Bowling 1994–2018F4329
Mani Jegathesan Athletics 1962–1966M4217
Ng Boon Bee Badminton 1962–1970M4127
Esther Cheah Bowling 2006–2018F3418
Ong Beng Hee Squash 2002–2014M2226
Low Wee Wern Squash 2010–2018F2125
Azizulhasni Awang Cycling 2010–2018M2114
Puvaneswaran Ramasamy Karate 2002–2010M2114
Tan Yee Khan Badminton 1962–1966M2114
Alex Liew Bowling 2010M2103
Punch Gunalan Badminton 1970M2013
Wendy Chai Bowling 2002–2006F2013
Abdul Malek Shamsuddin Sepaktakraw 1990M2002
Chai Fong Ying Wushu 2006–2010F2002
Delia Arnold Squash 2010–2014F2002
Noor Rani Adnan Sepaktakraw 1990M2002
Nordin Sabaruddin Sepaktakraw 1990M2002
Rehan Mohamed Din Sepaktakraw 1990M2002

Records

TypeSportEventsAthlete / TeamGamesResult
NR SwimmingMen's 200 metre backstroke Alex Lim 1998 Bangkok 2:00.94
NR AthleticsMen's 110 metres hurdles Nur Herman Majid 1994 Hiroshima 13.73
NR AthleticsWomen's 800 metres Josephine Mary 1986 Seoul 2:07.44
Key

Asian Winter Games

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2007 Changchun 00000
2011 Astana / Almaty 00000
2017 Sapporo / Obihiro 00000
2021 Beijing Future event
Total00000

Southeast Asian Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

Asian Beach Games

Asian Youth Games

Asian Para Games

Malaysia at the
Asian Para Games
Flag of Malaysia.svg
IPC code MAS
NPC Malaysian Paralympic Council
Medals
Gold
41
Silver
59
Bronze
75
Total
175
Asian Para Games appearances (overview)

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2010 Guangzhou 69132345
2014 Incheon 715202762
2018 Jakarta 817262568
2022 Hangzhou Future event
Total8415975175

Asian Youth Para Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2009 Tokyo 12571022
2013 Kuala Lumpur 419221859
2017 Dubai 146129
Total830303090

ASEAN University Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1981 Chiang Mai
1982 Jakarta 37
1984 Bangi
1986 Singapore
1988 Pattaya
1990 Bandung 37
1993 Shah Alam 234
1994 Singapore 39
1996 Bandar Seri Begawan
1999 Bangkok 35171537
2002 Manila
2004 Surabaya 10182553
2006 Hanoi 47193763
2008 Kuala Lumpur 1907947216
2010 Chiang Mai 3373644117
2012 Vientiane 1604872180
2014 Palembang 3404249131
2016 Singapore 327313593
2018 Naypyidaw Future event
Total3333289324889

ASEAN School Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2010 Kuala Lumpur1463724107
2011 Singapore321353389
2012 Surabaya3293635100
2013 Hanoi225303085
2014 Marikina1413430105
2015 Bandar Seri Begawan220142256
2016 Chiang Mai56162244
2017 SingaporeFuture event
Total2188202196586

ASEAN Para Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2001 Kuala Lumpur 114313692371
2003 Hanoi 3544046140
2005 Manila 3754026141
2008 Nakhon Ratchasima 2827446202
2009 Kuala Lumpur 2948171246
2011 Surakarta 3513645132
2014 Naypyidaw 3504941140
2015 Singapore 3525837147
2017 Kuala Lumpur 2908583258
Total26915994871,777

Afro-Asian Games

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2003 Hyderabad 170022
Total170022

FESPIC Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1977 Parramatta
2006 Kuala Lumpur 4446071175
Total

FESPIC Youth Games

Medals by Games

GamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2003 Hong Kong 236362799
Total236362799

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