2006 Asian Junior Athletics Championships

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12th Asian Junior Championships
Macau Stadium Instituto do Desporto Mo707 3.JPG
The exterior of the host stadium
Host city Macau, China
Date(s) 15–18 July
Main stadium Macau Stadium
Level Junior (under-20)
Events 43

The 2006 Asian Junior Athletics Championships was the 12th edition of the international athletics competition for Asian under-20 athletes, organised by the Asian Athletics Association. It took place from 15–18 July at the Macau Stadium in Macau, China.[1] A total of 43 events were contested, which were divided equally between male and female athletes aside from the men's 3000 metres steeplechase.[2][3][4][5][6]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Liang Jiahong (CHN) 10.32  Taweesak Pooltong (THA) 10.51  Takafumi Kumamoto (JPN) 10.57
200 metres  Abdullah Al-Sooli (OMA) 21.44  Mohamed Al-Rawahi (OMA) 21.58  Liu Xiongwei (CHN) 21.78
400 metres  Mohamed Al-Rawahi (OMA) 47.40  Reza Bouazar (IRI) 47.57  Mitsuhiro Abiko (JPN) 47.83
800 metres  Masato Yokota (JPN) 1:51.34  Ali Al-Deraan (KSA) 1:53.03  Sajeesh Joseph (IND) 1:53.36
1500 metres  Thamer Kamal Ali (QAT) 3:49.74  Daiki Sato (JPN) 3:50.89  Mohammad Saleh Rostami (IRI) 3:55.07
5000 metres  Saad Salem Malek (QAT) 14:29.65  Saleh Bakheet (BHR) 14:30.97  Naser Jamal Naser (QAT) 14:32.79
10,000 metres  Mohamed Abduh Bakhet (QAT) 30:25.03  Ali Al-Amri (KSA) 30:25.03  Naser Jamal Naser (QAT) 30:33.62
110 metres hurdles  Huang Hao (CHN) 13.64  Rayzam Wan Sofian (MAS) 13.84  Yan Xu (CHN) 13.99
400 metres hurdles  Bandar Yahya Al-Sharahili (KSA) 51.23  Mohamed Daak (KSA) 51.99  Junya Imai (JPN) 52.02
3000 metres steeplechase  Ali Al-Amri (KSA) 8:42.94  Thamer Kamal Ali (QAT) 8:43.09  Saad Salem Malek (QAT) 8:57.86
4×100 m relay  Thailand (THA)
Srimunta Montree
Taweesak Pooltong
Tawarit Chantaphan
Pratan Parueang
40.30  Oman (Oman)
Mohamed Al-Kasbi
Ahmed Nasser Al-Waheibi
Abdullah Al-Sooli
Mohamed Al-Rawahi
40.56  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Liang Tse-Ching
Yi Wei-Chen
Ho Hsien-Tsung
Lin Pao-Tung
40.67
4×400 m relay  Japan (JPN)
Mitsuhiro Abiko
Akihiro Katsumata
Masato Yokota
Yuzo Kanemaru
3:10.09  Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Yonas Al-Hosah
Mohamed Ali Al-Bishi
Bandar Yahya Al-Sharahili
Ismail Al-Sabani
3:11.46  Thailand (THA)
Yotsanee Chanwit
Nanin Chaiwut
Wuttichai Nhuanktang
Teerwet Tawanba
3:13.51
10,000 metres walk  Bai Xuejin (CHN) 43:48.91  Hiroyuki Hirano (JPN) 45:43.66  Yusuke Suzuki (JPN) 47:06.99
High jump  Huang Haiqiang (CHN) 2.20 m  Torlarp Sudjanta (THA) 2.18 m  Vitaliy Tsykunov (KAZ) 2.16 m
Pole vault  Yang Yansheng (CHN) 5.30 m  Takafumi Suzuki (JPN) 5.20 m  Junya Nagata (JPN) 5.10 m
Long jump  Zhang Xiaoyi (CHN) 7.78 m  Noriyoki Sakurai (JPN) 7.62 m  Mohammad Arzandeh (IRI) 7.59 m
Triple jump  Mohamed Yusuf Salman (BHR) 16.42 m  Varunyoo Kongnil (THA) 15.82 m  Nguyen Manh Hieu (VIE) 15.68 m
Shot put  Wang Like (CHN) 20.17 m  Sourabh Vij (IND) 19.62 m  Meshari Mohammad (KUW) 19.60 m
Discus throw  Mahmoud Samimi (IRI) 61.52 m  Zhang Qun (CHN) 55.60 m  Dong Hao (CHN) 54.29 m
Hammer throw  Wang Yong (CHN) 71.66 m  Zhou Heng (CHN) 68.66 m  Reza Moghaddam (IRI) 64.51 m
Javelin throw  Li Yu (CHN) 74.93 m  Chen Yu-Wen (TPE) 71.29 m  Wang Qingbo (CHN) 69.36 m
Decathlon  Zhu Hengjun (CHN) 7316 pts  Liao Shu-Chien (TPE) 6808 pts  Mohamed Al-Qaree (KSA) 6564 pts

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Nao Okabe (JPN) 11.76  Wang Yaqi (CHN) 11.84  Ayaka Takeuchi (JPN) 12.03
200 metres  Chen Jue (CHN) 24.19  Ghofran Al-Mouhmad (SYR) 24.45  Kunya Harnthong (THA) 24.74
400 metres  Li Xueji (CHN) 53.43  Chen Cuiyu (CHN) 54.80  Irina Zudikhina (UZB) 55.72
800 metres  Tong Xiaomei (CHN) 2:08.10  Kieko Shinada (JPN) 2:09.70  Jhuma Khatun (IND) 2:09.95
1500 metres  Akane Ota (JPN) 4:30.16  Liu Fang (CHN) 4:30.17  Aki Matsunaga (JPN) 4:31.09
3000 metres  Mio Fukahori (JPN) 9:30.59  Kazue Kojima (JPN) 9:30.62  Kim Jong-Hyang (PRK) 9:30.79
5000 metres  Nami Matsuda (JPN) 16:10.95  Kareema Saleh Jasim (BHR) 16:24.28  Kim Jong-Hyang (PRK) 16:49.86
100 metres hurdles  Zhang Hongpei (CHN) 14.09  Natalya Asanova (UZB) 14.24  Azizah Ibrahim (MAS) 14.59
400 metres hurdles  Ghofran Al-Mouhmad (SYR) 57.66  Chen Yumei (CHN) 59.52  Li Ling (CHN) 60.34
4×100 m relay  China (CHN)
Tao Yujia
Liang Qiuping
Wang Yaqi
Chen Jue
44.95  Japan (JPN)
Ayaka Takeuchi
Nao Okabe
Yuka Nagakura
Miyako Kumasaka
45.66  Thailand (THA)
Jitladda Kunkaew
Sintara Seangdee
Ketsiri Wongchai
Kunya Harnthong
46.49
4×400 m relay  China (CHN)
Chen Yumei
Li Ling
Chen Cuiyu
Li Xueji
3:40.37  Thailand (THA)
Karat Srimuang
Treewadee Yongphan
Krittaporn Pengsut
Kunya Harnthong
3:44.61  India (IND)
Mandeep Kaur
Sini Jose
Anu Mariam Jose
Machettira Poovamma
3:45.36
10,000 metres walk  Li Cui (CHN) 49:28.11  Chai Xue (CHN) 49:28.45  Fumika Kiryu (JPN) 50:08.14
High jump  Svetlana Radzivil (UZB) 1.90 m  Yekaterina Yevseyeva (KAZ) 1.88 m  Nadiya Dusanova (UZB) 1.84 m
Pole vault  Zhang Yingning (CHN) 4.20 m  Noor Akma Abdul Fatah (MAS) 3.40 m  Ruchi Tewari (IND) 3.00 m
Long jump  Aleksandra Kotlyarova (UZB) 6.02 m  Hitomi Nakano (JPN) 5.94 m  Rima Taha (JOR) 5.92 m
Triple jump  Anna Bondarenko (KAZ) 13.18 m  Tao Yujia (CHN) 13.07 m  Irina Litvinenko (KAZ) 13.03 m
Shot put  Li Li (CHN) 16.78 m  Oksana Kot (UZB) 14.94 m  Izumi Yoshida (JPN) 14.35 m
Discus throw  Tan Jian (CHN) 55.74 m  Wang Bin (CHN) 55.41 m  Narumi Ejima (JPN) 48.20 m
Hammer throw  Wang Zheng (CHN) 60.16 m  Wang Yang (CHN) 59.33 m  Galina Mityaeva (TJK) 52.55 m
Javelin throw  Zhu Jingya (CHN) 55.54 m  Zhang Ying (CHN) 55.14 m  Momoko Matsumoto (JPN) 53.19 m
Heptathlon  Wei Xiaobin (CHN) 4968 pts  Olga Lapina (KAZ) 4882 pts  Anastasya Kudinova (KAZ) 4734 pts

References[edit]

  1. ^ Asian Junior Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  2. ^ Chua Chong Jin (2006-07-14). Asian Junior Champs, Day 1. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  3. ^ Chua Chong Jin (2006-07-13). Asian Junior Champs - PREVIEW. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  4. ^ Chua Chong Jin (2006-07-16). Asian Junior Champs - Day 2. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  5. ^ Chua Chong Jin Asian Junior Champs, Day 3. IAAF (2006-07-17). Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  6. ^ Chua Chong Jin (2006-07-18). Asian Junior Champs, Day 4. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
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