The 6th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) successfully held its first Technical Delegate Meeting

The 6th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) successfully held its first Technical Delegate Meeting organized by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) from March 1st to 3rd. Under the initiative of the Asian Olympic Council and the National Olympic Committee of Thailand, the meeting took place as planned in Bangkok, Thailand. Technical Directors from the respective continental and international federations of each sport attended the meeting. 

The discussions focused on technical issues related to organizing the events to facilitate the participation of athletes and delegations, as well as addressing potential organizational challenges, with specific cases taken into consideration.

The technical delegates conducted on-site inspections of the venues' preparations and provided recommendations based on technical and sporting standards. 

Esports, one of the competition events at the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, had Mr. Kim, the President of the Korea e-Sports Association (KeSPA), appointed as the technical delegate to attend the first Technical Delegate Meeting held in Bangkok, as designated by the Asian Electronic Sports Federation (AESF).

Dato Seri Chaiyapak, Vice President of the OCA and Vice President of the National Olympic Committee of Thailand, stated that the 6th AIMAG would be the largest edition in history, featuring 36 events, including indoor sports and martial arts disciplines. Additionally, two sports are planned for Olympic participation: teqball and air sports.

According to the competition schedule, around 20 events are planned to be held in Bangkok, while another 16 events are scheduled to take place in Chonburi Province. At the conclusion of the technical meeting, it was unanimously agreed to complete the technical manuals for all competition events of the 6th AIMAG before March 15th.