Central Asian Games

Central Asian Games (CAG)
Abbreviation CAG
First event 1995 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Occur every 2 years
Last event 2017 Almaty, Kazakhstan

The Central Asian Games (CAG), inaugurated in 1995, is a multi-sport event held biennially among athletes from the five Central Asian republics formerly members of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

The Central Asian Games is 1 of 5 Regional Games of the Olympic Council of Asia. The others are the East Asian Games, the South Asian Games, the Southeast Asian Games (or SEA Games), and the West Asian Games.[1]

List of Central Asian Games

Edition Year Host City Host Nation Start Date End Date Nations Athletes Sports Events Top Placed Team
1 1995 Tashkent Uzbekistan 5 12  Kazakhstan (KAZ)
2 1997 Alma-Ata Kazakhstan 5 13 173  Kazakhstan (KAZ)
3 1999 Bishkek Kyrgyzstan 6  Kazakhstan (KAZ)
2001 Ashgabat Turkmenistan Cancelled
4 2003 Dushanbe Tajikistan 5  Kazakhstan (KAZ)
5 2005 Tashkent Uzbekistan 5

Participating nations

Medal table (1995 - 2003)

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Kazakhstan368232129729
2 Uzbekistan153192158503
3 Kyrgyzstan58122198378
4 Tajikistan20285098
5 Turkmenistan22589116

See also


  1. Games page of the website of the Olympic Council of Asia; retrieved 2010-07-09.
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