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February 25, 2011

the 26th Sea Games 2011 Preparation in Indonesia

Good Bye Laos, Welcome Indonesia

Indonesia To Host 44 Sports In 2011 SEA Games

11 ASEAN member countries yesterday gathered in Nusa Dua Bali to discuss preparation of 26th Sea Games which will be held in Palembang and Jakarta on upcoming November 2011. One of important matter discussed is the number of sport branch which will be competing on upcoming Sea Games.
The meeting followed by 11 Sea Games participant countries represent its delegation from sport committee of ASEAN countries. The countries are Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, Timor Leste, Laos , Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, South Vietnam, and the Philippines. “One important thing which will be discussed is the number of the sport branches on upcoming 26th. Sea Games.
Every country needs to suggest an idea whether it will decrease or increase. All of the matters talked together in this meeting,” said the minister of Youth and Sports Andi Mallarangeng. They also discuss Indonesia’s readiness to host 26th Sea Games. Menpora stated Indonesia is ready to host Sea Games this year and had built any kinds of supportive infrastructure. The opening ceremony will take place on 11 November 2011 in Palembang. While the number of sport branch will be held in two cities, Jakarta and Palembang.

History of Southeast Asian Games

The Southeast Asian Games (also known as the SEA Games), is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia. The games is under regulation of the Southeast Asian Games Federation with supervision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Olympic Council of Asia.

The Southeast Asian Games owes its origins to the Southeast Asian Peninsular Games or SEAP Games. On 22 May 1958, delegates from the countries in Southeast Asian peninsula attending the 3rd Asian Games in Tokyo, Japan had a meeting and agreed to establish a sport organization.

Thailand, Burma (now Myanmar), Malaya (now Malaysia), Laos, South Vietnam  and Cambodia (with Singapore included thereafter) were the founding members. These countries agreed to hold the Games biannually. The SEAP Games Federation Committee was formed.

The first SEAP Games were held in Bangkok from 12–17 December 1959 comprising more than 527 athletes and officials from Thailand, Burma, Malaya (now Malaysia), Singapore, South Vietnam and Laos participating in 12 sports.

The last game held was the 2009 Southeast Asian Games (running from 9–18 December) which was the first time Laos has ever held a Southeast Asian Games. It has also commemorated the 50 years of the SEA Games, held in Vientiane, Laos. The next host for the 2011 Southeast Asian Games is Indonesia. The games commenced and progressed largely smoothly, however, praises and commendations were expressed by many athletes, sports officials and the press- Laos now joins the list of countries that have successfully hosted the South East Asian Games.
Indonesia SEA Games 2011 will be held in 11 days from November 11, 2011 - November 22, 2011 in two host cities, Palembang and Jakarta with 542 gold medals to be competed through 44 sports.

Indonesia is set to host the 2011 SEA Games in the SEA Games Federation Council Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand 6 September 2006. This year is the fourth time for Indonesia to be host country for Southeast Asian countries sports festival after in SEA Games X 1979, SEA Games XV 1987, dan SEA Games XIX 1997.

As the main host, Palembang will concentrate the game in Jaka Baring Sports Complex which covers an area of 45 thousand square meters and also at the sports center Gelora Sriwijaya Palembang.

In Jakarta, competition venues will be centered in Bung Karno Main Stadium (SUGBK). This stadium is the largest and oldest stadium in Indonesia which is very historic for the people of Indonesia which is located in the capital of Jakarta and has seating capacity of about 88 thousand spectators. Currently, Bung Karno Regions stood wide range of facilities for sporting activities in 36 Venues, Politics, Business, Recreation and Tourism.

SEA Games Organizing Committee or commonly abbreviated as INASOC stated there are four keys of success to be addressed during this Southeast Asia countries sport festival, that are the successful of achievement, successful of management, successful of legacy and that no less important is the successful of democratic economy.

For the SEA Games to be memorable especially for Indonesia and all participating countries, one of the impressions building efforts is done by specifying a logo that depicts Eagle with the philosophy of "Garuda Flight above Indonesia Nature?. As a symbol of the country, Garuda in the global sphere is well known and directly associated with Indonesia.

SEA Games Organizing Committee (INASOC) ensures that they will make the 26th SEA Games memorable also by choosing November 11, 2011 or 11/11/11 to hold the opening ceremony. The opening and closing ceremonies will be spectacularly managed along the banks of the Musi River and historic building, Kuto Besak Fort.

The 26th Southeast Asian Games will be held in Palembang, Indonesia in 2011. This will be the fourth time for Indonesia to host the SEA Games. Previously, Indonesia hosted the games in 1997.
The capital city of Jakarta has been the host of Southeast Asian Games for three times, namely in 1979, 1987, and 1997. Palembang will be the third SEA Games host city that is not the national capital, after Chiang Mai and Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.

Torch relay

The chairman of Indonesian National Sport Committee of South Sumatera province, Muddai Madang, said that the flame for SEA Games will be taken from the eternal flame in Desa Mrapen, Purwodadi in the province of Central Java. The flame from Merapen was also used for 2008 Asian Beach Games and 1997 Southeast Asian Games torch relays. The relay will start in Purwodadi and scheduled to arrive in Palembang on November 11, 2011. It will travel through 3 provinces before it will be following the route across 15 South Sumatran regencies. The journey will involve 45 torchbearers for every single leg of the relay
List of Sport to be competed in Indonesia 26th South East Asian Games November 11th – November 22th, 2011.
 1. Aquatics
 2. Archery
 3. Athletics
 4. Badminton
 5. Baseball
 6. Basketball
 7. Billiards & Snooker
 8. Bowling
 9. Boxing
10. Bridge
11. Canoeing
12. Catur
13. Cycling
14. Equestrian
15. Fencing
16. Finswimming
17. Football
18. Futsal
19. Golf
20. Gymnastic
21. Judo
22. Karate
23. Paragliding
24. Pencak Silat
25. Petanque
26. Roller Sports
27. Rowing
28. Sailing
29. Sepaktakraw
30. Shorinji Kempo
31. Shooting
32. Softball
33. Soft Tennis
34. Table Tennis
35. Taekwondo
36. Tennis
37. Traditional Boat Race
38. Volleyball
40. Wall Climbing
41. Water Ski
42. Weightlifting
43. Wrestling
44. Wushu

List of Sport and Venues in Two Host Cities of Indonesia 26th South East Asian Games November 11th – November 22th, 2011.


Lapangan Panahan, GBK,


Aquatics - Open Water Swimming
Pulau Putri

Istora Stadium

GOR Basket Sport Mall

Kelapa Gading

Bowling Jaya Ancol

Cipule, Jawa Barat

Cycling - Track
Veledroom, Rawamangun

Cycling - BMX

Cycling - Road Race
Subang Road

Cycling - MTB
Sentul, Gunung Pancar

Arthayasa, Depok

Balairung UI, Depok

Stadion Utama Senayan

POPKI Sport Hall Cibubur

Jagorawi Golf Country Club

Cimanggis, Bogor

Gedung Judo, Kelapa Gading

Tennis Indoor Senayan

Gunung Mas, Puncak

Pencak Silat
Padepokan Pencak  Silat, TMII

Cipule, Jawa Barat

Pantai Marina Ancol

Shorinji Kempo
Ciracas Sport Hall

Table Tennis
Hall A GMSB,  Kuningan

POPKI Sport Hall Cibubur

Cipule, Jawa Barat

Gelanggang Remaja Kec. Tanjung

Priok, Kel. Sunter Agung

Tennis - Indoor Senayan

Total   : 24



Jakabaring Complex

Disiapkan PLAN B

Stadion Madya Senayan

Aquatics - Diving
Jakabaring Complex

Aquatics - Swimming
Jakabaring Complex

Disiapkan PLAN B

Kolam Renang Senayan

Aquatics - Synchronize
Jakabaring Complex

Aquatics - Water Polo
Kolam Lumban Tirta

Jakabaring Complex

Billiards & Snooker
Arena Billiard Jakabaring

Gedung Basket Indoor Kampus

Hotel Swarna Dwipa

Hotel Jayakarta

Fin Swimming
Jakabaring Complex

Jakabaring Complex

Jakabaring Complex

Artistik dan Ritmik
Ranau Gymnastic Hall

Dempo Hall

Jakabaring Complex

Roller Sport
Jakabaring Complex

Sepak Takraw
SPC Jakabaring

Jakabaring Complex

Disiapkan PLAN B

Stadion Menembak Senayan

Jakabaring Complex

Soft Tennis
Jakabaring Complex

Jakabaring Complex

Volley Indoor
Sport Hall Sriwijaya

(GOR Kampus)

Volley Beach
Jakabaring Complex

Wall Climbing
Jakabaring Complex

Water Ski
Jakabaring Complex

Disiapkan PLAN B

Sunter Podomoro

GOR Dempo Jakabaring

Gedung Serba Guna Jakabaring

Total  : 22

Indonesia Aims to Succeed at the 26 th SEA Games



Indonesia has every reason to succeed at the 26 th edition of the Southeast Asian Games slated Nov, 11-25. Hosting the Games in 1997, Indonesia came away with the outstanding achievement of winning 194 gold medals, 101 silvers and 115 bronzes. That was the last time Indonesia topped the medal standings before showing a continuously disappointing performance, at least until 2007.

Having improved its ranking from fifth place in the 2005 Games in Manila to third in the 2009 Games , Indonesia hopes to bring back its old time glory in the upcoming event to be held in Palembang and Jakarta. “The SEA Games will be a milestone of the awakening of our sports. Let’s work together to win back what we used to have, the overall champion title,” said Rita Subowo, Chairwoman of the Indonesia SEA Games Organizing Committee (Inasoc).

Indonesia's road to redemption was started with selecting the events that Indonesia feels they are competitive.

For that, the Indonesia SEA Games Organizing Committee (Inasoc) will propose a list of 536 events in 43 sports for approval to the other ten participating countries during a two-day SEA Games Council Meeting in Bali, Feb.25-26.

If approved, the Games is believed to be the biggest ever since 1997, when 490 events were held in Jakarta.

Palembang, the main hub, and Jakarta will each host 22 sports, with men’s football matches to be split between both cities. Indonesia must win more than 30 percents or roughly 160 gold medals to ensure a first place finish .

The Games is also hoped to help boost both cities economy through trade and tourism.

Sports to be played in Jakarta : archery, badminton, basketball, bowling, canoeing, cycling, dragon boat, equestrian, golf, fencing, judo, football, futsal, karate, kempo, paragliding, pencak silat, sailing, table tennis, taekwondo, vovinam, wushu.

Sports to be played in Palembang : athletics, aquatic (diving, swimming, synchronized swimming, water polo), baseball, boxing, bridge, fin swimming, football, gymnastic (artistic, ritmic, aerobic), petanque, roller skate, sepaktakraw, softball, shooting, volleyball (indoor and beach), wall climbing, water ski.

Palembang. High-ranking government officials defended local Southeast Asian Games organizers here, saying there was still time to remedy delays in the construction of Games facilities.

Amid fears that the South Sumatra administration was behind schedule, Vice President Boediono concluded Friday’s inspection of SEA Games construction projects still confident they would be finished on time.

Should Palembang fail to deliver, however, Boediono said the national government was ready to step in and offer alternatives to prevent “a Commonwealth Games type scenario from happening”— referring to the controversy-ridden Games held in India last year.

“We have this plan already and if the delays persist we will take action. Still, we will not make drastic changes at this point,” Boediono said on Saturday.

Youth and Sports Affairs Minister Andi Mallarangeng said he was open to transferring events from Palembang to Jakarta, and revealed that he had been instructed to monitor developments “closely.”

A team from the Ministry of Public Works has also been assigned to share technical expertise in Palembang.

“The vice president wants us to work with the Ministry of Public Works and the Palembang city government and make sure all steps are taken to ensure preparations for the SEA Games will run smoothly,” Andi said on Friday.

According to Andi, Boediono said he didn’t want the country to commit the same mistakes made by Indian authorities, who were criticized for a below-par running of the Commonwealth Games last October.

“We were reminded of the lessons that we need to learn from India’s hosting of the Games, which got a lot of media attention,” Andi said. “We don’t want that to happen to us.” and 

VIENTIANE, Dec 7 (Bernama) -- The next host of the SEA Games in 2011, Indonesia, have proposed to stage 37 sports, including two extreme sports.

Malaysia's representative in the
SEA Games Federation (SGF) executive meeting Datuk Sieh Kok Chi told Bernama that Indonesia would drop petanque, fin swimming, muay thai and shuttlecock juggling from the programme.

"The two new sports included are wall climbing and roller-skating," said Kok Chi here Monday.

Among sports proposed by Indonesia are badminton, weightlifting, aquatics, football, archery, shooting, silat, taekwondo, athletics, squash, hockey, billiard & snooker, boxing, volleyball, basketball, golf, judo, sepak takraw, table tennis, wushu, cycling.

Among sports not contested in Vientiane but included in Indonesia are tenpin bowling, equestrian, gymnastics, fencing, chess, traditional boats, kayaking, rowing, sailing, soft ball and baseball.

Indonesia have also for the first time in the history of the
SEA Games, proposed to include Kempo, a type of combat sport similar to fencing but using bamboo make weapons, a sport popular in Japan.

The 2011 host have also added powerlifting to the programme of normal athletes although the sport is normally featured in Paralympic sports.

Kok Chi added that Singapore had withdrawn from hosting the 2013
SEA Games and Vietnam had offered to host the Games.

According to SGF's allocation of the host job to
countries, Singapore were given the opportunity to host the 2013 SEA Games and followed by Cambodia (2015), Myanmar, Brunei, Malaysia and Vietnam respectively.


Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono mengharapkan ajang Sea Games ke-26 tahun 2011 yang akan berlangsung di Palembang (Sumatera Selatan) dan Jakarta hendaknya mampu mengembalikan kejayaan Indonesia di dunia Olah Raga dengan merebut kembali Juara Umum.

Harapan Presiden itu disampaikan Menteri Koordinator Bidang Kesejahteraan Rakyat Agung Laksono ketika memimpin Rapat Koordinasi Tingkat Menteri membahas tentang pelaksanaan seagames, Jum’at (03/12/2010) di Kantor Menko Kesra Jakarta.

Dikatakan Agung Hal penting mengingat sejarah Olah Raga Indonesia yang dulu selalu diperhitungkan di kancah dunia baik Sea Games maupun Asean Games. Menjawab harapan itu menurut Ketua KONI Rita Subowo Indonesia harus bisa merebut paling sedikit 80 hingga 120 medali dari 579 Nomor yang akan dipertandingkan, oleh karena itu pihaknya mengharapkan Bantuan Kementrian BUMN dalam hal pendanaan agar Atlet Indonesia yang dipersiapkan untuk menghadapi Sea Games bisa melakukan Latih Tanding di 6 Negara.

Rakor yang berlangsung hingga malam hari itu dihadiri Menegpora Andi Malarangeng, Ketua KONI Rita Subowo, Gubernur Sumsel H Alex Noerdin, Wagub DKI Jakarta Priyanto, Ketua KONI Sumsel Mudai Madang, Pengusaha Rahmat Gobel yang juga Panitia Nasional Sea Games serta sejumlah Wakil dari Kementrian terkait.

Sementara itu Meneg Pora Andi Malarangeng berpesan kepada dua daerah Penyelenggara Sea Games yaitu Sumatera Selatan dan DKI Jakarta agar bisa Sukses dalam pelaksanaan nanti yaitu Sukses Penyelenggaraan, Sukses Prestasi dan Sukses Pemberdayaan Ekonomi Rakyat, karena dari ajang Seagames diharapkan juga bisa memberikan dampak ekonomi yang besar bagi masyarakat.

Dalam kesempatan itu Meneg Pora juga memperkenalkan Logo Sea Games 2011 yang tertuang dalam Peraturan Menteri Negara Pemuda dan Olah Raga Nomor 452 tahun 2010 tentang Logo Sea Games XXVI tahun 2011 dan Penggunaanya. Logo yang bergambar burung Garuda terbang diangkasa Indonesia itu secara fisik melambangkan kekuatan dan Kepak sayapnya mempresentasikan kemegahan dan kejayaan.

Masih menurut Andi kenapa dipilih burung Garuda? karena Menurutnya burung Garuda di ranah Global dikenal secara luas dan langsung terasosiasikan dengan Indonesia. Pada bagian lain Gubernur Sumsel H Alex Noerdin menyampaikan kesiapan daerahnya untuk menyambut Pesta Olah Raga Negara-Negara Asean itu dengan membangun sejumlah Venues baru yang akan rampung pasda Juli 2011 dan merehab beberapa fasilitas olah raga yang sudah ada.

Di Sumsel demam Sea Games kini mulai terasa gemanya di Sumatera Selatan. Selain membahas tentang Sea Games Rapat kali ini juga membahas penyelenggaraan Pra Sea Games tahun 2011 mendatang yang akan berlangsung di Solo Jawa Tengah (

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Indonesia SEA Games Organizing Committee (Inasoc) meluncurkan website resmi di Gedung Annex Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta, Jumat malam.

Peluncuran ini dilakukan Menteri Pemuda Olahraga Andi Malaranggeng dan Ketua Pelaksana Inasoc Rahmat Gobel.

Menpora mengatakan Indonesia diharapkan menjadi tuan rumah yang baik dalam penyelenggaraannya dengan informasi cepat dan akurat dengan diluncurkannya website ini.

Kegiatan SEA Games merupakan suatu tempat komunitas ASEAN dengan datangnya penggembira dari semua anggota peserta. Website ini akan go internasional yang dapat diketahui seluruh masyarakat ASEAN.

Sementara Rahmat mengatakan keberadaan website ini dibutuhkan sebagai penyedia informasi bagi masyarakat luas dan sarana komunikasi dan korespodensi bagi seluruh negara peserta, apalagi mengingat pelaksanan di dua kota yakni Jakarta dan Palembang.

"Segala informasi terkini mengenai SEA Games, cabang olahraga yang dipertandingkan, lokasi pertandingan, akomodasi, akreditasi, pendaftaran sukarelawan, akan dimuat dalam website ini," kata Rahmad.

Peluncuran dibagi dalam empat fase, pertama adalah gambaran umum soal SEA Games dan persiapan di bulan Februari.

Dilanjutkan tahap kedua ada akreditasi dan pendaftaran untuk peserta pada Maret hingga Oktober, panduan teknis pertandingan dan E-Recruitment untuk memfasilitasi pendaftaran masyarakat umum.

Fase ketiga pelaksanaan pertandingan, dan tahap terakhir terdapat berita-berita SEA Games.

SEA Games di dua kota ini akan diikuti 9 ribu atlet dari 11 negara, dan melibatkan 10 ribu sukarelawan dan 2 ribu jurnalis. (T009/I015/K004)

Editor: B Kunto Wibisono
 KONI Sumsel Promosi SEA Games di Bali

Gede Suardana - detiksport

Denpasar - Kota Palembang memilih Bali sebagai salah satu tujuan road show SEA Games 2011. Tuan rumah berharap wisatawan asing yang berlibur di Bali melanjutkan perjalanan wisata ke Palembang untuk menyaksikan event olahraga se-Asia Tenggara ini.

Palembang bersama Jakarta menjadi tuan rumah SEA Games mulai 11 November 2011. Tuan rumah menggelar road show ke Yogyakarta, Medan, Kuala Lumpur, dan Bali.

Bali dipilih menjadi salah satu tujuan road show SEA Games agar bisa menjaring wisatawan mancanegara berlibur ke Palembang.

"Kita bisa bekerja sama dengan Bali membuat paket perjalanan wisata Bali-Palembang karena olah raga juga merupakan tontonan menarik bagi wisatawan. Turis yang berlibur ke Bali bisa melanjutkan perjalanan ke Palembang," kata Ahmad Rizal, Wakil Ketua KONI Sumatera Selatan pada acara road show di Hotel Kartika Plaza, Kuta, Kamis (24/2/2011).

SEA Games di Indonesia mempertandingakan 44 cabang olah raga. Sebanyak 22 cabang olah raga dipertandingkan di Jakarta dan 22 cabang olahraga di Palembang.

Cabang olah raga yang berlangsung di Palembang antara lain aquatic, tinju, menembak, tenis, voli pantai, panjat tebing, bulutangkis, dan karate. Atlet yang bertanding di Palembang sebanyak 1.500 orang sedangkan jumlah atlet dan ofisial sebanyak 10 ribu orang.

Semua atlet dan ofisial akan ditempatkan di Wisma Atlet yang memiliki satu lokasi dengan venue dari 22 cabang olah raga. Wisma atlet dibangun berstandar hotel. Semua atlet ditempatkan di satu lokasi supaya mudah mencapai akses ke venue. "Masuk ke wisma atlet sangat ketat sehingga pola makan dan istirahat mereka tidak terganggu," kata Rizal.

Pembangunan venue yang menampung 22 cabang olah raga diperkirakan menelan dana Rp 3 triliun. Sebesar 80 persen, tak menggunakan dana dari APBD dan APBN. "Kita hanya menggunakan dana sebesar Rp 300 miliar dari APBN untuk membangun pelebaran jalan ke venue dan Rp 50 miliar dari APBD. Venue diperkirakan akan selesai dibangun pada Agustus 2011," tutupnya.
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11 Negara ASEAN Bahas Persiapan Sea Games, Nusa Dua, 11 negara anggota ASEAN hari ini (25/02/2011) hadir di Nusa Dua Bali guna membahas persiapan Sea Games ke-26 yang akan digelar di Palembang dan Jakarta bulan November mendatang. Salah satu hal penting yang dibahas adalah berapa jumlah nomor cabang olah raga yang akan dipertandingkan pada Sea Games mendatang.

Pertemuan yang diiikuti 11 negara peserta Sea Games ini dihadiri para delegasi yang terdiri dari komite olah raga negara-negara ASEAN. Negara yang hadir dalam pertemuan ini antara lain Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapura, Brunei Darusalam, Timor Leste, Laos, Thailand, Kamboja, Myanmar, Vietnam, dan Philipina.

“Salah satu hal yang dibahas dalam pertemuan ini adalah jumlah nomor cabang olah raga yang akan dipertandingkan dalam Sea Games mendatang. Masing-masing negara mengajukan usulan terkait nomor cabang olah raga yang akan ditambah atau dikurangi dalam pertandingan Sea Games mendatang. Semuanya dibicarakan bersama dalam pertemuan ini,” jelas Menteri Pemuda dan Olah Raga, Andi Mallarangeng.

Selain membahas nomor cabang olah raga yang akan dipertandingkan dalam Sea Games mendatang, pertemuan Sea Games Council di Nusa Dua ini juga membahas kesiapan Indonesia selaku tuan rumah Sea Games. Terkait hal ini, Menpora menyatakan Indonesia sudah siap menjadi tuan rumah Sea Games ke-26 dan telah membangun berbagai infrasturktur pendukung.

Pembukaan Sea Games ke-26 akan berlangsung pada 11 November mendatang di Palembang. Sementara pertandingan nomor-nomor cabang olahraga akan digelar di dua kota yakni Palembang dan Jakarta. (dev)

KONI Palembang Gelar Road to Sea Games 2011

TEMPO Interaktif, Denpasar -Serangkaian pelaksanaan Sea Games 2011 di Palembang, Komite Olahraga Nasional Indonesia (KONI) Sumatera Selatan menggelar acara “Road to Sea Games” disejumlah kota. Pada Kamis (24/2), acara digelar di Kuta dan Nusa Dua Bali.

Acara berupa pertemuan dengan wartawan dan kalangan pengusaha serta pertunjukan seni budaya. “Kebetulan sekarang di bali juga digelar pertemuan official Negara-negara peserta,” kata Wakil Ketua KONI Sumsel Ahmad Rizal. Selesai di Bali, acara itu akan digelar di kota Surabaya, Batam, Medan dan Kuala Lumpur.

Adapun tujuannya adalah untuk menunjukkan kesiapan kota Palembang akan menjadi lokasi Sea Games. Selain itu akan digelar pula acara “Sriwijaya Ekspo” berupa pameran dagang yang bias menjadi kesempatan melakukan berbagai promosi. Khusus untuk Bali, Rizal berharap, akan ada biro perjalanan wisata yang membuat paket tour menonton Sea Games bagi wisatawan yang kebetulan sedang berada di pulau ini.

Sea Games sendiri akan digelar di Palembang dan Jakarta antara 11-24 Nopember 2011 dan menghadirkan 44 cabang olahraga. Upacara pembukaan dan penutupan akan digelar di Palembang. Sementara 22 cabang juga dipertandingkan di kota Empek-empek ini. Untuk Sepakbola, babak penyisihan sebagian digelar diJakarta, tetapi final tetap di stadion Jaka Baring.

Adapun jumlah atlit seluruhnya adalah 3.000 atlit yang separuhnya akan berada di Palembang. Fasilitas akomodasi untuk atlit meliputi mess atlit yang setara dengan hotel berbintang dengan pengamanan yang ketat dan pengaturan makanan sesuai standar kompetisi internasional. Sementara itu bagi pengunjung bias memilih 18 hotel berbintang 4 dan 5 di kota ini. “Untuk situasi darurat kami menyiapkan Pertamina Cottage yang cukup memadai,” kata Rizal.


 Happy New year 2011
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