1973 Asian Athletics Championships

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The inaugural Asian Championships in athletics were held in 1973 in Marikina, just outside Manila in the Philippines.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Anat Ratanapol
 Thailand
10.4 Suchart Chairsuvaparb
 Thailand
10.5 Takao Ishizawa
 Japan
10.6
200 metres Anat Ratanapol
 Thailand
21.0 Soo Wen-Ho
 Taiwan
21.2 Tokal Mokalam
 Philippines
21.6
400 metres Yoshiharu Tomonaga
 Japan
46.8 Koiiro Shika
 Japan
47.6 Ho Mun Cheong
 Singapore
47.8
800 metres Muhammad Younis
 Pakistan
1:51.2 Sri Ram Singh
 India
1:51.5 Kazuyoshi Mizuno
 Japan
1:52.2
1500 metres Kazuyoshi Mizuno
 Japan
3:47.4 Muhammad Younis
 Pakistan
3:48.2 Dashondha Singh
 India
3:50.4
5000 metres Ichio Sato
 Japan
14:16.9 Shivnath Singh
 India
14:17.0 Katsuaki Isohata
 Japan
14:18.2
10000 metres Ichio Sato
 Japan
29:54.4 Shivnath Singh
 India
29:54.8 Katsuaki Isohata
 Japan
29:55.8
Marathon Cho Je-Hyung
 South Korea
2:27:31 Park Chang-Yuel
 South Korea
2:33:45 Jit Bahadur Chetri
   Nepal
2:35:38
3000 metre steeplechase Takaharu Koyama
 Japan
9:04.0 Shibib Dagher Al-Lami
 Iraq
9:10.9 Mohammad Vojdanzadeh
 Iran
9:22.0
110 metres hurdles Shigeo Oki
 Japan
14.3 Ahmad Ishtiaq Mubarak
 Malaysia
14.3 Marcelo Benauro
 Philippines
14.4
400 metres hurdles Abdulkadir Guiapar
 Philippines
52.2 Talib Faisal Al-Saffar
 Iraq
52.7 Tai Shi-Yan
 Taiwan
53.1
High jump Teymour Ghiassi
 Iran
2.15 Kazunori Koshikawa
 Japan
2.15 Yon Ismail
 Malaysia
2.05
Pole vault Hisaki Suzuki
 Japan
4.36 Hong Sang-Pyo
 South Korea
4.36
Long jump Chen Chin-Long
 Taiwan
7.82w Soo Wen-Ho
 Taiwan
7.57w Satish Pillai
 India
7.53w
Triple jump Mohinder Singh Gill
 India
15.96w Cheng Ming-Chi
 Taiwan
15.31 T.C. Yohannan
 India
14.96
Shot put Jagraj Singh Mann
 India
17.00 Gurdeep Singh
 India
16.37 Bahadur Singh Chouhan
 India
15.75
Discus throw Jalal Keshmiri
 Iran
51.20 Praveen Kumar
 India
49.08 Toji Hayashi
 Japan
48.04
Hammer throw Ajmer Singh
 India
60.42 Jeung Sub-Kil
 South Korea
49.20 Oumvan Narith
Cambodia Kampuchea
41.24
Javelin throw Allah Dad
 Pakistan
63.58 Nashatar Singh Sidhu
 Malaysia
63.28 Gopal Kidyoor
 India
58.28
Decathlon Vijay Singh Chauhan
 India
7245 Junichi Onizuka
 Japan
7076 Chen Chin-Long
 Taiwan
6752
20 kilometre road walk Yoshio Morikawa
 Japan
1:11:31 Francis Xavier
 India
Khoo Chong Beng
 Malaysia
4 x 100 metres relay  Japan 40.0  Thailand 40.0  India 40.3
4 x 400 metre relay  Japan 3:10.2  Philippines 3:12.8  Singapore 3:13.2

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Amelita Alanes
 Philippines
11.6w Michiko Morita
 Japan
12.0w Sayo Yamato
 Japan
12.0w
200 metres Michiko Morita
 Japan
24.7 Amelita Alanes
 Philippines
25.0 Satomi Fukuda
 Japan
25.2
400 metres Nobuko Kawano
 Japan
55.2 Keiko Ikoma
 Japan
56.1 Maimoon Azlan
 Singapore
56.1
800 metres Nobuko Kawano
 Japan
2:08.1 Chee Swee Lee
 Singapore
2:08.1 Harumi Fugimoto
 Japan
2:09.6
1500 metres Miyako Inoue
 Japan
4:26.8 Lee Chiu-Hsia
 Taiwan
4:28.0 Rachel Halle
 Israel
4:34.6
100 metres hurdles Tomomi Hayashida
 Japan
13.6w Lin Yet-Hsiang
 Taiwan
13.9w Gan Bee Wah
 Singapore
14.2w
200 metres hurdles Tomomi Hayashida
 Japan
27.6w Heather Merican
 Singapore
28.5w Lin Yet-Hsiang
 Taiwan
28.6w
High jump Orit Abramovich
 Israel
1.68 Gladys Chai Ng Mei
 Malaysia
1.58 Maryam Sedarati
 Iran
1.58
Long jump Kumi Kawada
 Japan
6.07 Lin Yet-Hsiang
 Taiwan
5.84 Li Hua-Wa
 Taiwan
5.71
Shot put Paik Ok-Ja
 South Korea
15.05 Kayoko Hayashi
 Japan
13.63 Chen Fu-Mei
 Taiwan
12.93
Discus throw Josephine de la Viña
 Philippines
50.74 Kayoko Hayashi
 Japan
45.28 Paik Ok-Ja
 South Korea
44.52
Javelin throw Mieko Takasaka
 Japan
49.74 Erlinda Lavandia
 Philippines
45.38 Proch Thin
Cambodia Kampuchea
43.48
Pentathlon Lin Chun-Yu
 Taiwan
4025 Kumi Kawada
 Japan
3963 Li Hua-Wa
 Taiwan
3578
4 x 100 metres relay  Japan 46.7  Singapore 47.0  Philippines 47.7
4 x 400 metres relay  Philippines 3:48.9  Singapore 3:50.1  Taiwan 3:57.8

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan 18 8 8 34
2  India 4 5 6 15
3  Philippines 4 3 3 10
4  Taiwan 2 6 7 15
5  South Korea 2 3 1 6
6  Thailand 2 2 0 4
7  Pakistan 2 1 0 3
8  Iran 2 0 2 4
9  Israel 1 0 1 2
10  Singapore 0 4 4 8
11  Malaysia 0 3 1 4
12  Iraq 0 2 0 2
13 Cambodia Kampuchea 0 0 2 2
14    Nepal 0 0 1 1

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