The Asean Para Games are a biennial multi-sport event organised by the ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF) for athletes with an impairment. The 8th edition of the Games were held in Singapore in December 2015. Thailand finished on top of the medal table with 250 medals, 95 of which were Gold. 

Indonesia, who showed their prowess in track and field yet again, finished second in the table, with 81 Gold medals and 218 overall.
Malaysia were third with 52 Golds and 147 overall medals while Vietnam had 48 Golds and 156 total medals and Singapore were next with 24 Golds. For further information on the 8th Asean Para Games, please go to the official website.


The ASEAN Para Games, a multi-sport event for athletes with impairment, took place in Kuala Lumpur from September 17 to 23, 17 days after the 2017 Southeast Asian Games.
Themed ‘Rising Together’, the Para Games had participation of around 1452 athletes from 11 Asean nations including provisional member Timor-Leste in 369 events of 16 sports. Chess also featured in the biennial Games.
The Games were officially opened by Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium.
While the Bukit Jalil National Stadium hosted most of the sports, Selangor, Putrajaya, Negeri Sembilan staged the bowling and cycling events. At the end of the competition, Indonesia topped the medals tally with 251 medals (126 golds), followed by Malaysia and Thailand.

List of sports:

Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Boccia, Chess, Cycling, Football 5-a-side, Football 7-a-side, Goalball, Powerlifting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tenpin Bowling, Sitting Volleyball, Wheelchair Tennis and Wheelchair Basketball.