Indonesia wants the South East Asian (SEA) Games --currently a biennial event-- to be held every four years, chairwoman of the Indonesian Sports Council (KONI) Rita Subowo said in Jakarta recently.
Rita told kompas.com that the two years were not enough for participating countries to prepare their teams.
She said that if SEA Games were held quadrennially, the SEA Youth Games would be held in between two SEA Games events.
“SEA Youth Games is an important event to prepare regional junior athlete to compete the Asian Youth Games.”
Subowo is expected to bring this matter at the next meeting of the SEA Games Federation.