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Due to the nature of how they were picked there wont be a presentation of them in the Closing for sure XD


Jakarta can still do a decent job, but they have to start ASAP getting everything ready and building a proper track and field on their stadium (i remember the one they have is made of dirt or something)

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The new athletes stadium one is forecast to be done by 2018 August in Jakarta but with Indonesia they run an couple of years behind then planned the 2018 games will be an crappy games like Delhi India 2010 they should of gone to either Nanjing or back to Gaungzhou China. .

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Jakarta confirmed as host city for 2018 Asian Games

Indonesian capital Jakarta has been officially named as the host of the next edition of the Asian Games, taking place in 2018, it has been confirmed during the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) General Assembly this morning.

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OCA President Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah and Rita Subowo, head of the Indonesian Olympic Committee, sign the host city agreement for Jakarta to host the 2018 Asian Games

http://www.insidethegames.biz/major-games/asian-games/1022694-jakarta-confirmed-as-host-city-for-2018-asian-games

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Keeping it in the mid-Olympic years will be a detriment to Asian athletes. Instead of peaking at 2019 for what would've been qualifiers for the 2020 SOGs, they will have to go through tiring elimination rounds in order to qualify for 2020. (Or unless Tokyo will use the test events of 2019 as Asian qualifiers, it really does Asian teams no favor.) Oh well, what else is new?

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OCA bans Indonesia Build New Venue To Asian Games

Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) appointed Indonesia to host the Asian Games in 2018 replacing the troubled financial Vietman. Indonesia also appointed two areas that will host, namely Jakarta and Palembang.

Minister of Youth and Sports (Affairs), Roy explained, OCA appointed Indonesia to host the Asian Games on Saturday (09/20/2014). OCA considers Indonesia is ready to replace Vietnam.

"The process is not easy. At the beginning of 2014, emerging issues that Vietnam would resign and handover we act quickly. A month later, the OCA review the venues in South Sumatra and Jakarta. OCA said Indonesia was ready," said Roy Suryo at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport , Sunday (21/09/2014).

But, still says the Minister, OCA prohibits Indonesian create a new venue that will be used in the Asian Games 2018 OCA worried that the construction of the new venue will have a negative impact for the biggest sports event in the Asian region.

"OCA instructed there should not be a new venue. Execpt for renovated. Scared to be like in the Asian Games 2014 in Incheon, South Korea many venues are not yet finished and too forced," said Roy Suryo.

"Later, some venues like Bung Karno Main Stadium will be renovated. OCA will come again in 2016 to review all the venues that will be used," he concluded.

As be known, Vietnam at first given the opportunity to host in 2019, but later withdrew due to lack of funds. OCA wants Asian Games event is still being done in 2019, but Indonesia requested event conducted in 2018 that does not coincide with the presidential election.

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Lol, even in OCA the effect of the overspent done by Sochi is being felt. Either that or they're also scared of Indonesia capability to host the games.

Also, they should had been done in 2019 like it was originally planned. That way they could rest a bit more assured that everything would be ready in time.

"OCA instructed there should not be a new venue. Execpt for renovated. Scared to be like in the Asian Games 2014 in Incheon, South Korea many venues are not yet finishedand too forced," said Roy Suryo.

They were all finished. Now I can't contradict him with the forced part, since the athletics stadium wasn't necessary due to the existence of the WC Stadium which was more than capable of doing the job.


By the way, good luck trying to renovate this stadium. The roof looks like it should be replaced by something better, not mentioning they need a proper running track. I expect something like brazilians did in Maracana.

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Lol, even in OCA the effect of the overspent done by Sochi is being felt. Either that or they're also scared of Indonesia capability to host the games.

Also, they should had been done in 2019 like it was originally planned. That way they could rest a bit more assured that everything would be ready in time.

They were all finished. Now I can't contradict him with the forced part, since the athletics stadium wasn't necessary due to the existence of the WC Stadium which was more than capable of doing the job.

By the way, good luck trying to renovate this stadium. The roof looks like it should be replaced by something better, not mentioning they need a proper running track. I expect something like brazilians did in Maracana.

Gelora-Bung-Karno-Stadium.jpg

this is why i don't want indonesia to host the asiad they are too complicated confusing and a kind of silly

our minister roy suryo has prove it i really thimk he is the most confusing one on the asiad 2018 organizers well we should see whowill replace him in the new cabinet i hope it's not someone weird.....

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this is why i don't want indonesia to host the asiad they are too complicated confusing and a kind of silly

our minister roy suryo has prove it i really thimk he is the most confusing one on the asiad 2018 organizers well we should see whowill replace him in the new cabinet i hope it's not someone weird.....

i have the ultimate proof for my words above here.....

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the picture featuring our (current) sport and youth minister roy suryo above means

1.with our dreams

2.and my (maybe some sort of) nose dirt

3.let's make a successful asean game

and that means

1.it's supposed to be called asian games not asean game (originally also written as asean geme <_< )

2.you can't trust a big event such as the asiad to indonesia especially this disgusting person..

3.asiad for indonesia is just a dream that you need to be dumped from your nose.....

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Due to the nature of how they were picked there wont be a presentation of them in the Closing for sure XD

Jakarta can still do a decent job, but they have to start ASAP getting everything ready and building a proper track and field on their stadium (i remember the one they have is made of dirt or something)

i've discovered that indonesian has a plan to send 50 dancers for the handover presentation besides that the governor of jakarta and south sumatera will be the ones who recieve the oca flag from incheon

pictures here (description in indonesian) : http://www.antaranews.com/foto/73219/persiapan-penutupan-asian-games

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Indonesia to host 2018 Asian Para Games 21.10.2014

The Asian Paralympic Committee has awarded Indonesia the next Asian Para Games.

The capital city of Jakarta, Indonesia, will host the 2018 Asian Para Games, the Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) Secretary General Malini Rajasegaran has confirmed.

Through an official letter personally handed over by Sports Minister Roy Suryo to APC President Dato Zainal Abu Zarin, Indonesia assured its devotion to hosting the Games.

“I’m pleased to inform that Indonesia has pledged its commitment to organise the next edition of the Asian Para Games in 2018,” said Rajasegaran.

“The government of the Republic of Indonesia has agreed to host the 2018 Games in an official letter of acceptance dated 17 October 2014.”

Rajasegaran added: “APC extends its highest gratitude to the Indonesian government for its commitment towards empowering and enhancing para-sports and the Movement in the region.

“We look forward to a successful organisation of the 2018 [Asian Para Games] in Indonesia.”

The last major para-sport competition that Indonesia hosted was the South East-Asia (ASEAN) Para Games in 2011.

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7 January 2015



The Kick-off Date Of Asian Games 2018



Featuring Logo And Mascot Launching

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Kinda soon considering the few time that has passed since they got picked. Then again, they must work fast due to only having 4 years to prepare everything. I guess they'll use either the garuda eagle or some mythical creature from javanese/hindi culture (in the 1997 SEA Games they used Hanuman which is the hindi equivalent of Sum Wukong)

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Kinda soon considering the few time that has passed since they got picked. Then again, they must work fast due to only having 4 years to prepare everything. I guess they'll use either the garuda eagle or some mythical creature from javanese/hindi culture (in the 1997 SEA Games they used Hanuman which is the hindi equivalent of Sum Wukong)

City to unveil Asian Games mascot, logo
The Jakarta administration and the Indonesian Olympic Committee (KOI) will unveil on Jan. 7 the logo and mascot for the 2018 Asian Games, which Jakarta will host together with Palembang in South Sumatra and Bandung in West Java.
Jakarta Tourism Agency deputy head Sylviana Murni said that the logo was designed by the KOI and selected by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) and would be revealed at the National Monument (Monas) park in Central Jakarta.
“The logo was designed by the KOI. The logo and mascots must have four elements, which are land, water, air and humans, and don’t forget Indonesian trademarks,” Sylviana told reporters at City Hall on Tuesday.
She went on to say that the city administration was currently undergoing intensive preparations for the Asian Games, such as renovating venues and speeding up infrastructure projects. “For example, we plan to conduct a total renovation of the Velodrome Sports Hall in East Jakarta starting 2016. We will also renovate the Senayan Sports Hall,” Sylviana said.
She added that all renovations were expected to be completed in mid-2017.

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7 January 2015

The Kick-off Date Of Asian Games 2018

Featuring Logo And Mascot Launching

Asian Games 2018 Launching Postponed
JAKARTA - Asian Games 2018 launching which is originally scheduled to be held on Wednesday (7/1), in the courtyard of the National Monument (Monas), Is now postponed until next February. It is because of the grief that has enveloped Indonesia after flight AirAsia QZ8501 crashed in December 28.
It was mentioned by the Chairman of the Indonesian Olympic Committee (KOI), Rita Subowo, who met at the office after meeting with Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, Imam Nahrawi, Monday (5/1). "Yes, the launching of the Asian Games had to be postponed because of Indonesia grieving. In addition, because the President of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, do not have a lot of time in Indonesia, "said Rita.
More specifically, Acting Secretary General of KOI, Hifni Hasan, adding, the decision is taken to show sympathy and empathy of KOI and the Jakarta Provincial Government as the hosting committee to all those who are victims of the fateful incident on the AirAsia flight route Surabaya-Singapore aircraft

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Announcing the 7 Programs for Asian Games 2018

State Ministry of Youth and Sports, do not hesitate to set a target Indonesia can penetrate the top 10 Asian Games in 2018. The target was presented in the front of members of the House of Representatives, Tuesday (01/20/2015) night. '
Indonesia was appointed to host the title of Asia's largest multi-event that the next three years. To achieve this target, Kemepora explained 7 program. Primarily, the Government will fight for Indonesia's main sports to participate competed in the Asian Games, including: Dragon boat , martial arts, rollerblading, rock climbing and athletics.
"The move comes because those sports were always panning for gold. So it must be fought in the Asian Games later," said Deputy V of the Affairs, Gatot S Dewabroto in the House of Representatives.
Specially for athletics, the Affairs give special attention because the cost is quite cheap as included in the individual branches. "Because of the cheaper cost aspect, in contrast with the team more but calculations fixed medal count one," he continued.
In addition to strive for superior branch that competed at the Asian Games later, to further maximize, the Affairs promised to help any federations to bring in a foreign coach.
"Because not all qualified coaches in Indonesia. So it needs to bring in a coach from outside," he explained as he explained, it would increase the budget allocation for the preparation Asian Games.
Not only that, the government will also help to organize sports training-camp well as try-out in a country known to have the power in the branches of the superior.
"This is all aimed so that athletes get experience and a new training after training in other countries," he said.
Finally, the doping control for athletes who joined the Indonesian contingent. "Here we want to see the athletes free of doping in the following prestigious event," he added.

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18-8-18 start planned for 18th Asian Games


27 JAN 2015

Jakarta, Indonesia: The President of the Indonesian Olympic Committee, Rita Subowo, began the countdown to the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang in 2018 in her opening remarks at the 1st OCA Coordination Committee meeting on Tuesday. Mrs Subowo, IOC member and OCA Executive Board member, gave a broad outline of the plans for the next Asian Games.

The Opening Ceremony is scheduled to take place on August 18, 2018 (18-8-18) at the Gelora Bung Karno national stadium and the Closing Ceremony on September 2. Although the sports programme has to be confirmed, it will feature 28 Olympic sports and six non-Olympic sports reflecting the diverse sporting culture of the OCA's five zones. The 45 National Olympic Committees are expected to send 15,000 athletes and team officials.

Organisers are preparing to welcome 7,000 media in Jakarta and Palembang, capital of South Sumatera, and 25,000 volunteers and workforce will be recruited to ensure the smooth running of the Asian Games. Four venue clusters - including two exhibition centres hosting at least 13 indoor sports - will be located in South Jakarta, North Jakarta, the Suburb Cluster of Jakarta and in Palembang, which has organized several major multi-sports events, including the 2011 SEA Games for 4,000 athletes from 11 NOCs. Palembang is a 47-minute flight from Jakarta.

The Athletes' Village will be in North Jakarta and the Media Village at South Jakarta. Mrs Subowo informed the committee members that the Presidential Decree, approving the organising committee as a legal entity, was due to be issued this week by the President of the Republic, Joko Widodo.

"We all knew this was a very hard task, not easy, but starting from the President down we hope we can do our best to deliver the best Asian Games in our area," she said. The Chairman of the OCA Coordination Committee, Tsunekazu Takeda of Japan, thanked Mrs Subowo and the Indonesian sports authorities for taking on the responsibility of hosting the 18th Asian Games after Hanoi, Vietnam, withdrew last April.

"Indonesia has been a trustworthy country for the OCA because it organised the Asian Games in 1962 and the inaugural Asian Beach Games in 2008," he said. There were also presentations from the Ministry of Youth and Sport and from the city governments of Jakarta and Palembang as well as a debriefing from representatives of the 17th Asian Games in Incheon, Korea, in 2014. The second OCA CC meeting is planned for September.

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Fingers Crossed As IOC Set To Ban Indonesia


International Olympic Committee (IOC) is set to ban Indonesia due of the use of the Olympic Rings by Indonesians, because the olympic rings should only be used by an IOC organization in Indonesia.


And even, IOC President Thomas Bach sent a letter of protest to the President Joko Widodo. In a letter dated January 27, 2015, Thomas Bach seek government assistance to abandon the olympic rings logo.


In fact, the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) is also sent a letter of protest against the use of the olympic rings. If retained, they ready to remove Indonesia as host for the Asian Games (AG) in 2018. In addition, the IOC will also provide sanctions against Indonesia and not allow the Indonesian contingent appeared at the SEA Games, Asian Games and the Olympics.


"I've been since the beginning of my leadership i'm reminded not to use the olympic rings belong to the IOC. Therefore, the logo was only used IOC members that in this case the Indonesian Olympic Committee (KOI). In a previous meeting with the OCA has also been reminded of the logo issue, "said Chairman KOI Rita Subowo after meeting with Imam Nahrawi Affairs in Jakarta, Friday (6/2).


At the meeting, Rita not only submit a letter from the IOC, but also explains the rules of the IOC and the olympic rings usage history.


"When I was Chairman of KONI and KOI, I have never used the five ring logo. At first, I only use the logo with three rings and Red and White Flag. I'm only use the olympic rings, when i made KOI already separated in accordance with the Law on Sports System (NHS Act), "she explained.


According to Rita Subowo, the IOC president letter also explained that the IOC has warned the problem using the olympic rings by the Indonesians since 2013. As alluded to when the deadline given the IOC regarding the use of the olympic rings, she calls it usually only one month .


"If all Indonesians not abandon the use of the olympic rings is certainly Indonesia can not appear at the SEA Games in Singapore in 2015. What's worse, if the IOC sanctions fall would have followed by other international sports organizations including FIFA. If this happens to sanction Indonesian athletes not only not allowed to appear in all international sporting events, "she said.

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^^ Although i understand IOC point I think its rather harsh to take away Indonesia the hosting rights just for that.

In other news...is that the logo i'm seeing?

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^^ Although i understand IOC point I think its rather harsh to take away Indonesia the hosting rights just for that.

In other news...is that the logo i'm seeing?

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actually i think it's not ioc is harsh but it's the indonesians itself is harsh therefore indonesia deserve this punishment so we can fix our ruined sport management and restore our sport balance once the ban is lifted which i believed will take a long time due of this:

Indonesians :"There Has To Be Someone Telling IOC"
Chairman of the Indonesian National Sports Committee (KONI), Suratman confirmed, it will still use the olympic rings logo that has become a hallmark of the symbol. Previous two sports institutions in Indonesia, KONI and KOI had an argument about the use of the logo olympic rings. Even in the period 2013 to 2014, KOI ever make a claim to the Commercial Court level, the article is based on the provisions of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is entitled to use the logo is KOI.
Dispute use the logo of sticking by rolling the 2018 Asian Games held in Indonesia. Even the news reached to the level of the IOC, and the IOC itself had sent a letter of reprimand to the Government of Indonesia.
Dated January 27, 2015, the IOC sent a letter of warning to Indonesia. Addressed to the President of Indonesia Joko Widodo, with the KOI, the letter was signed by President Thomas Bach (IOC) and Olympic Council of Asia President Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah. "There is no reason to remove the olympic rings. Anyway, KONI has been a long standing and emblems are registered in intellectual property rights," he said in Jakarta, Tuesday (10/2).
Tono also not too blame to a subpoena, which was filed by the IOC to the Indonesian government. According to him, they could only have unilateral input, in this case the Chief KOI Rita Subowo.
"If Mrs. Rita is a statesman, this should not matter. IOC behave so as to get feedback on their own. They do not know if there KOI in Indonesia and KONI whose job is different. One dispatching athletes, the other build one," he said.
Further, Tono insists there's nothing wrong with using the olympic rings logo on organizational leadership. Because, KONI felt participate in developing athletes who were sent abroad. "So why, KONI is a terrorist organization and should not use the rings. Instead we building athletes so our members can play in multi-events? So, why athletes can play and the logo questioned?" he said.
and by the way about the logo i think it's a unofficial logo because i can't find any news about the asiad logo yet....

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^^ Although i understand IOC point I think its rather harsh to take away Indonesia the hosting rights just for that.

In other news...is that the logo i'm seeing?

15869801094_0a460d6bef_b.jpg

Seems like the logo is one of the logo from the logo design competition. I can assure you that it is not official.

Indonesians :"There Has To Be Someone Telling IOC"
Chairman of the Indonesian National Sports Committee (KONI), Suratman confirmed, it will still use the olympic rings logo that has become a hallmark of the symbol. Previous two sports institutions in Indonesia, KONI and KOI had an argument about the use of the logo olympic rings. Even in the period 2013 to 2014, KOI ever make a claim to the Commercial Court level, the article is based on the provisions of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is entitled to use the logo is KOI.
Dispute use the logo of sticking by rolling the 2018 Asian Games held in Indonesia. Even the news reached to the level of the IOC, and the IOC itself had sent a letter of reprimand to the Government of Indonesia.
Dated January 27, 2015, the IOC sent a letter of warning to Indonesia. Addressed to the President of Indonesia Joko Widodo, with the KOI, the letter was signed by President Thomas Bach (IOC) and Olympic Council of Asia President Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah. "There is no reason to remove the olympic rings. Anyway, KONI has been a long standing and emblems are registered in intellectual property rights," he said in Jakarta, Tuesday (10/2).
Tono also not too blame to a subpoena, which was filed by the IOC to the Indonesian government. According to him, they could only have unilateral input, in this case the Chief KOI Rita Subowo.
"If Mrs. Rita is a statesman, this should not matter. IOC behave so as to get feedback on their own. They do not know if there KOI in Indonesia and KONI whose job is different. One dispatching athletes, the other build one," he said.
Further, Tono insists there's nothing wrong with using the olympic rings logo on organizational leadership. Because, KONI felt participate in developing athletes who were sent abroad. "So why, KONI is a terrorist organization and should not use the rings. Instead we building athletes so our members can play in multi-events? So, why athletes can play and the logo questioned?" he said.

I think our government should just end this stupid stubborn battle and use the time to develop better athletes for the Asiad....

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Could Nanjing China step in as host city for the 2019 Asian and Asian Para Games if Indonesia not going to budge, Nanjing China got everything ready for it and South Korea got the 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics Games on there hands, Things are not looking great for Indonesia 2018 Asian Games.

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Several Flash News......

Minister of Youth and Sports (Affairs), Imam Nahrawi, announced Bird of Paradise as the icon of the Asian Games 2018 during a congress in Jayapura, Papua earlier today however no further news yet about will the bird appear as the logo or as the mascot of the games.

To enrich the popularity of Indonesian Agate Stone, Minister of Youth and Sports (Affairs), Imam Nahrawi, has recommended it to become a souvenir for the distinguished guests for the games, during a visit to Lubuklinggau, South Sumatera few days ago.

Aziz Syamsuddin as the new head of the Indonesian Cricket is targeting gold for Indonesia at the 2018 Asian Games even though had to face the South Asian giants but he believed that Indonesia can achieve it through University Cricket League and athlete selection through the National Games 2016 in West Java.

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When will Indonesia be banned??

It was supposed to be this month but that was before the decision that declared IOC as the owner of the Olympic Rings therefore Indonesians can't use the logo anymore....

Moving on to the next news...

Asian Games a chance to

build legacies: Coe

Former Olympic gold medalist and chairman of the 2012 London Olympics Sebastian Coe says Indonesia’s hosting of the 2018 Asian Games is a moment to establish lasting economic and social legacies.

“I had very good discussions this morning with the National Olympic Committee of Indonesia [KOI]. We talked about the challenges. We talked about the huge opportunity to help engage young people, particularly in sports and to create social and economic legacies for the games,” Coe announced on Wednesday. He was accompanied by KOI chairwoman Rita Subowo.

“There is the need to deliver the games in a partnership that gives confidence to the local community and potential sponsors. We talked about the difference the games would create for many years to come. That’s the legacy,” he said.

Coe won two gold medals in the 1,500 meters, one each at the 1980 and 1984 Olympics, an achievement that later got him knighted by the British government. He headed the successful London bid to host the 2012 Summer Olympics and became chairman of the London Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games (LOGOC). In 2007, he was elected a vice president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and was reelected in 2011 for another four-year term.

Coe and his entourage are in Jakarta to attend the Asian Athletics Association Congress and the National Olympic Committee of Indonesia (KOI) saw it as an opportunity to invite him to the KOI office to pick his brain.

During the meet-and-greet, Coe was introduced to several Indonesian athletes who also participated in the 1984 Olympics. Among them were shooter Selviana Sofyan Hosen and runner Emma Tahapary. Emma’s 400m national record of 54.3 seconds still stands.

Coe, who is currently running for the IAAF presidency against former pole vault star Sergey Bubka of Ukraine, pointed out the need to centralize the needs of athletes in the planning for the games.

“When delivering a major games or sporting event, remember the most important thing is that we need always to be concerned about the [athletes’] ability to perform at their best level, as well as their welfare.

“If we get right to the athletes, we actually get a large part of the project,” he said.

Indonesia was appointed host of the 18th edition of the Asian Games at an Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) executive board meeting last September. The meeting took place on the sidelines of 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea. Indonesia replaced Hanoi, Vietnam, which backed out due to financial difficulties.

“I understand the timeframe is tight but I’m convinced you will stage a great games. I’m convinced you have great local partnerships and the right vision. And it’s very important to keep locals on board,” Coe said.

“I know you have a lot of work to do, but I’m sure you will be successful.”

The London Olympics were reportedly a commercial success, but Coe cautioned against measuring the success of the Asian Games on purely commercial terms.

“You want to be commercially successful but you also want the games to inspire young people,” he said.

The games are scheduled to run from Aug. 18 to Sept. 2 in Jakarta. Some sporting events will be hosted in Palembang in South Sumatra, West Java and Banten.

Rita praised Coe’s successful leadership of the London Olympics.

“The London Olympics created a great legacy with new towns like East London. We are willing to work together in preparing the games in three years,” she said. “We are also excited to develop athletes and we need to look at how London handles this.” - See more at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/03/12/asian-games-a-chance-build-legacies-coe.html

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