Table Tennis Mixed Doubles Finals | 29th SEA Games 2017

Table Tennis Mixed Doubles Finals | 29th SEA Games 2017 events) are kept at relatively affordable levels of between RM10 and RM20.[20] Countdown During the closing ceremony of the 2015 Southeast Asian Games, the SEAGF Flag was formally handed over to Malaysia from Singapore. This was followed by a song and dance section highlighting Malaysia as the the other 12, aquatics (diving, swimming, synchronised and water polo events) and cycling (track next venue. On 14 November 2015, a launch party was held at the Suria KLCC to launch the logo, mascot and the volunteer recruitment programme. On 19 August 2016, a series of festivities, dubbed the "Wau Factor" were held at the National Sports Council Centre in Setiawangsa, to mark the one-year countdown to the games.[21] From 2 March to 20 May 2017 Malaysia SEA Games organising committee

unpredicted situations.[24] Medals Kuala Lumpur 2017 medals. The medals of the games were designed by Royal Selangor, which is also the designer company for the torch and the baton. They were announced hosting the games.[29] Singapore in 2015 had spent about MYR740 million (SGD264 million, using then SGD/MYR = 2.80, it is currently 3.15) organising the games while Myanmar was estimated to have spent the Royal Malaysian Police Force. Six drills were held to prepare the police force to face any about MYR1 billion in 2013.[30][31] Baton relay Baton of the Games. The games baton relay, dubbed the Rising Together Baton Run, is the first of its kind in the history of Southeast Asian Games. It covered a distance of 10 kilometres on average in the 10 capital cities of the Southeast Asian Region

logo of the games. A total of 174 entries were submitted for the design competition.[48] Mascot The official mascot of the 2017 Southeast Asian Games is an anthropomorphic Malayan tiger named Rimau. It was unveiled on 14 November 2015, together with the games' logo and theme. The name is an abbreviation of the games' core values, namely: Respect, Integrity, Move, Attitude and Unity. He is described as a gracious, friendly, competitive and athletic athlete.[49] Songs Kuala Lumpur 2017 ha from the flags of all countries in Southeast Asia. A nationwide competition was held to select the a total of 3 official songs including 1 theme song. During the 100 day countdown celebration on 9 May 2017, Malaysians were requested by singer Dayang Nurfaizah and composer Ramli MS to submit their Milo, [56] SCGM BHD–Benxon, [56] Prudential, McDonald's, [65] Spritzer, [66] Pavilion KL, Royal AirAsia, [61] Traveloka, [62] Grab, [63][64] Tenaga Nasional, Sony (Sony Music)[60] Silver 100Plus, [56] Selangor, [64] AEON Malaysia[60] Bronze Double Happiness, Gloria Jean's Coffees, JVC Kenwood, La Martina, Maha Mas Medic, Maju Group, Marathon Thailand, Maxwin, Mikasa-Sunrise, MLS-Zimmer-Airflex, Molten Corporation, MRCB, Nittaku, Otto Bock, Sunstar, Trybe, Victor, Wiraka[60] The Games Opening followed by the footage of few Malaysians of different ages and races paint their face with the PSA), [57] FBT, [56] Ajinomoto, [58][55] Petronas, [59] Rapid KL[60] Gold Malaysia Airports, [56] colours of the games logo, the projection of the logo on the stage that resembles the shape of the contingent was led by Liliana Da Costa of Athletics. The Vietnamese contingent was led by Vũ Thành An of Fencing. Meanwhile, the Malaysian contingent was led by the unprecedented trio of keirin world Alora of Taekwondo. The Thai contingent was led by Pornchai Kaokaew of Sepak takraw. The Timorese champion Azizulhasni Awang, diving world champion Cheong Jun Hoong and world silat champion Mohd Al-Jufferi Jamari, as the bearers of the national flag. The parade concluded with the performance of the song "Bangkit Bersama" by singer Dayang Nurfaizah. In keeping with tradition, welcoming speeches were given by the President of the Southeast Asian Games Federation Tunku Tan Sri Imran Tuanku Jaafar contingent was led by Jasmine Ser of Shooting. The Filipino contingent was led by Kirstie Elaine Table Tennis Mixed Doubles Finals | 29th SEA Games 2017

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