Ho Chi Minh 2003
The 22nd Southeast Asian Games were held in Hanoi, Vietnam from 5 December - 13 December 2003.

The games were opened by Vietnamese prime minister Phan Van Khai in the newly constructed My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi.

The games torch was lit by Nguyen Thuy Hien of Wushu. It was the first time in SEAG history that the game venues were assigned into two cities namely Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

Officially opened by Phan Van Khai Vietnamese Prime Minister Athlete's Oath Nguy?n M?nh T??ng Judge's Oath Hoàng Xuân Vinh Torch lighter Nguy?n Th?y Hi?n (Wushu) Ceremony venue My Dinh National Stadium, Hanoi.
22nd South East Asian Games  Ho Chi Minh 2003
Opening Ceremony 05 Dec 2003
Closing Ceremony 13 Dec 2003
Host City Ho Chi Minh
Country Vietnam
Nations Participating 11
Sports 42
Sports/Disciplines 33
Participating NOCs
BRU Brunei Darussalam
MAS Malaysia
THA Thailand
CAM Cambodia
MYA Myanmar
TLS Timor-Leste
INA Indonesia
PHI Philippines
VIE Vietnam
LAO Laos
SIN Singapore
Sports / Disciplines
Aquatics
Diving ADV
Swimming ASW
Archery AR
Athletics AT
Badminton BD
Basketball BK
Billiards Sports BS
Bodybuilding BO
Boxing BX
Canoe / Kayak CK
Chess CH
Cycling CY
Fencing FE
Finswimming FS
Football FB
Gymnastics GY
Handball HB
Judo JU
Karate KR
Pencak Silat PS
Petanque PQ
Rowing RO
Sepaktakraw SE
Shooting SH
Shuttle Cock SC
Table Tennis TT
Taekwondo TK
Tennis TE
Traditional Boat Race TB
Volleyball VB
Weightlifting WL
Wrestling WR
Wushu WU
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Asian Marks

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Emblem, Ho Chi Minh 2003
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Painter Nguyen Chi Long inspired by the 22nd SEA Games logo is based on a lege

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Painter Nguyen Thai Hung choose Trâu Vàng, the golden water buffalo as the mas

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Final Medal Table

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