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The FESPIC Games or the Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled, was a multi-sports games in Asia and the South Pacific region which is considered to be a precursor to the Asian Para Games, as two of its edition games in 1999 (7th) and 2002 (8th) were held parallel to the 1998 Asian Games and the 2002 Asian Games. The FESPIC Games, which started in 1975, was held nine times. The games were last contested in December 2006, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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  • The FESPIC Games or the Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled, was a multi-sports games in Asia and the South Pacific region which is considered to be a precursor to the Asian Para Games, as two of its edition games in 1999 (7th) and 2002 (8th) were held parallel to the 1998 Asian Games and the 2002 Asian Games. The FESPIC Games, which started in 1975, was held nine times. The games were last contested in December 2006, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (en)
  • FESPIC Games atau Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled (bahasa Indonesia: Pesta Olahraga Difabel Timur Jauh dan Pasifik Selatan), adalah ajang kompetisi multi-olahraga di wilayah Asia dan Pasifik Selatan yang dianggap sebagai pendahulu Pesta Olahraga Difabel Asia (Asian Para Games). FESPIC Games, yang diadakan pertama kali pada tahun 1975, telah diadakan sebanyak sembilan kali. Pesta olahraga ini terakhir diadakan pada Desember 2006, di Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Untuk negara-negara Asia, FESPIC Games digantikan oleh Pesta Olahraga Difabel Asia (Asian Para Games) yang dimulai dengan pada tahun 2010 di Guangzhou, Tiongkok setelah Pesta Olahraga Asia ke-16. Untuk negara-negara Pasifik, olahraga difabel dimasukkan dalam program Pesta Olahraga Pasifik (Pacific Games). Pesta Olahraga Difabel Asia, acara paralel untuk atlet dengan disabilitas, adalah ajang olahraga yang diadakan setiap empat tahun setelah setiap Pesta Olahraga Asia (Asian Games). Pesta Olahraga Asia dan Pesta Olahraga Difabel Asia telah mengadopsi strategi yang digunakan oleh Olimpiade dan Paralimpiade untuk menyelenggarakan kedua pesta olahraga tersebut di kota yang sama. (in)
  • 아시아태평양장애인경기대회(Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled)는 아시안 게임 전후에 열렸던 일종의 패럴림픽이다. 아시아와 남태평양 국가를 대상으로 개최하였다. 2006년 대회를 끝으로 폐지되고 2010년부터 장애인 아시안 게임으로 대체되었다. 올림픽 개최도시에서 패럴림픽이 개최되는 것처럼 7회 대회부터 아시안 게임 개최도시에서 패럴림픽을 개최하는 제도를 시행하였다. 그러나 2006년 아시안 게임 개최지가 확정될 당시 규정상 아시아태평양장애인경기대회에 중동 국가들은 참여할 권리가 없었기 때문에 맨 마지막 대회는 카타르가 아닌 콸라룸푸르에서 개최되었다. (ko)
  • フェスピック (FESPIC Games) はアジアおよび太平洋地域の障害者スポーツの総合競技大会。フェスピックとは、極東・南太平洋身体障害者スポーツ大会を意味する英語名称、Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled の頭文字をとったものである。1975年から2006年まで9大会が開催された。欧米に比べて障害者アスリートの競技機会が限られていたアジア・太平洋地域において、中心的な地域別国際総合競技大会として機能、アジアパラ競技大会の先駆となった。 (ja)
  • 遠東及南太平洋身心障礙運動會(英語:FESPIC Games,全稱Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled),简称遠南運動會或远南身心障礙運動会,是為遠東及南太平洋國家及地區而設的身障者運動會,現已取消。 隨著遠東及南太平洋區殘疾人體育聯會宣佈與亞洲殘奧理事會在2006年合併並在馬來西亞舉行第九屆後,便不再舉辦此運動會;取而代之的是亞洲殘疾人運動會,2010年在中國廣州舉行第一屆;緊隨亞洲運動會之後。 (zh)
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  • Host cities of the FESPIC Games (en)
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  • Japan (en)
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  • Dr. Kazuo Hatada (en)
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  • President (en)
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  • Overcoming Challenges, Inspiring Others (en)
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  • FESPIC Games (en)
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  • Multi-sport event for disable of the Asia-Pacific Region (en)
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  • Four years (en)
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  • The FESPIC Games or the Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled, was a multi-sports games in Asia and the South Pacific region which is considered to be a precursor to the Asian Para Games, as two of its edition games in 1999 (7th) and 2002 (8th) were held parallel to the 1998 Asian Games and the 2002 Asian Games. The FESPIC Games, which started in 1975, was held nine times. The games were last contested in December 2006, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (en)
  • 아시아태평양장애인경기대회(Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled)는 아시안 게임 전후에 열렸던 일종의 패럴림픽이다. 아시아와 남태평양 국가를 대상으로 개최하였다. 2006년 대회를 끝으로 폐지되고 2010년부터 장애인 아시안 게임으로 대체되었다. 올림픽 개최도시에서 패럴림픽이 개최되는 것처럼 7회 대회부터 아시안 게임 개최도시에서 패럴림픽을 개최하는 제도를 시행하였다. 그러나 2006년 아시안 게임 개최지가 확정될 당시 규정상 아시아태평양장애인경기대회에 중동 국가들은 참여할 권리가 없었기 때문에 맨 마지막 대회는 카타르가 아닌 콸라룸푸르에서 개최되었다. (ko)
  • フェスピック (FESPIC Games) はアジアおよび太平洋地域の障害者スポーツの総合競技大会。フェスピックとは、極東・南太平洋身体障害者スポーツ大会を意味する英語名称、Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled の頭文字をとったものである。1975年から2006年まで9大会が開催された。欧米に比べて障害者アスリートの競技機会が限られていたアジア・太平洋地域において、中心的な地域別国際総合競技大会として機能、アジアパラ競技大会の先駆となった。 (ja)
  • 遠東及南太平洋身心障礙運動會(英語:FESPIC Games,全稱Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled),简称遠南運動會或远南身心障礙運動会,是為遠東及南太平洋國家及地區而設的身障者運動會,現已取消。 隨著遠東及南太平洋區殘疾人體育聯會宣佈與亞洲殘奧理事會在2006年合併並在馬來西亞舉行第九屆後,便不再舉辦此運動會;取而代之的是亞洲殘疾人運動會,2010年在中國廣州舉行第一屆;緊隨亞洲運動會之後。 (zh)
  • FESPIC Games atau Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled (bahasa Indonesia: Pesta Olahraga Difabel Timur Jauh dan Pasifik Selatan), adalah ajang kompetisi multi-olahraga di wilayah Asia dan Pasifik Selatan yang dianggap sebagai pendahulu Pesta Olahraga Difabel Asia (Asian Para Games). FESPIC Games, yang diadakan pertama kali pada tahun 1975, telah diadakan sebanyak sembilan kali. Pesta olahraga ini terakhir diadakan pada Desember 2006, di Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (in)
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  • FESPIC Games (en)
  • FESPIC Games (in)
  • フェスピック (ja)
  • 아시아태평양장애인경기대회 (ko)
  • 远东及南太平洋残疾人运动会 (zh)
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