2008 Asian Junior Athletics Championships

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13th Asian Junior Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Jakarta, Indonesia
Date(s) 12–15 July
Main stadium Madya Stadium
Level Junior (under-20)
Events 44

The 2008 Asian Junior Athletics Championships was the 13th edition of the international athletics competition for Asian under-20 athletes, organised by the Asian Athletics Association. It took place from 12–15 July at the Madya Stadium in Jakarta. It was the third occasion that the Indonesian capital had hosted the event, following the inaugural edition in 1986 and the fifth hosting in 1994.[1] A total of 44 events were contested, which were divided equally between male and female athletes.[2][3][4][5]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Lai Chun Ho (HKG) 10.43  Shehan Abeypitiyage (SRI) 10.55  Tsui Chi Ho (HKG) 10.56
200 metres  Omar Juma Al-Salfa (UAE) 21.04  Huang Xiang (CHN) 21.26  Adel Jaber Al-Asseri (KSA) 21.38
400 metres  Ismail Al-Sabani (KSA) 46.33  Yu Cheng (CHN) 46.93  Seong Hyeok-Je (KOR) 47.40
800 metres  Musaab Bala (QAT) 1:52.45  Amir Moradi (IRI) 1:52.62  Janaka Weerasinghe (SRI) 1:53.53
1500 metres  Charles Koech (QAT) 3:48.46  Emad Noor (KSA) 3:49.47  Xu Song (CHN) 3:52.81
5000 metres  Charles Koech (QAT) 14:29.55  Ryuji Kashiwabara (JPN) 14:52.05  Jeong Jin-Hyeok (KOR) 15:00.39
10,000 metres  Majid Saleh Bashir (BHR) 33:08.17  Mohammad Faraji (IRI) 34:25.74  Ridwan (INA) 34:33.28
110 metres hurdles  Jin Nakamura (JPN) 13.69  Ko Wen-Ting (TPE) 13.70  Sami Al-Haydar (KSA) 13.87
400 metres hurdles  Tomoharu Kino (JPN) 50.76  Lee Seung-yun (KOR) 50.95  Jassim Waleed Al-Mas (KUW) 52.16
3000 metres steeplechase  Majid Saleh Bashir (BHR) 8:56.90  Wang Chiu-Chun (TPE) 9:17.42  Mohammad Faraji (IRI) 9:24.72
4×100 m relay  Japan (JPN)
Genki Kawai
Seiya Hane
Kohei Yoshida
Shogo Yano
40.22  Thailand (THA)
Poommanus Jankem
Wattana Deewong
Weerawat Pharueang
Suppachai Chimdee
40.31  Hong Kong (HKG)
Chan Kei Fung
Tsui Chi Ho
Tong Hang
Lai Chun Ho
41.17
4×400 m relay  Thailand (THA)
Yotsanee Chanwit
Chanatip Ruckburee
Saharat Sammayan
Suppachai Chimdee
3:10.86  India (IND)
Jithin Paul
Parveen Kumar
Inderjit Singh
Shejil Varghese
3:12.94  Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Faris Al-Sharaheli
Adel Jaber Al-Asseri
Emad Noor
Ismail Al-Sabani
3:15.65
10,000 metres walk  Yang Tao (CHN) 43:21.27  Geng Lingfu (CHN) 43:43.91  Hiroki Nagaiwa (JPN) 45:07.14
High jump  Lakshmanan Yogaraj (IND) 2.14 m  Chen Cheng (CHN) 2.14 m  Manato Onoda (JPN) 2.11 m
Pole vault  Yuya Ariake (JPN) 5.20 m  Liao Shu-Kai (TPE) 4.80 m  Nikita Filippov (KAZ) 4.80 m
Long jump  Weng Yongfeng (CHN) 8.05 m  Mubarak Al-Jaseer (KSA) 7.74 m (w)  Li Jinzhe (CHN) 7.47 m
Triple jump  Mohamed Yusuf Salman (BHR) 16.64 m  Jiang Wei (CHN) 16.10 m  Yang Yang (CHN) 16.06 m
Shot put  Grigoriy Kamulya (UZB) 19.96 m  Sergey Dementev (UZB) 18.43 m  Jasdeep Singh Dhillon (IND) 18.04 m
Discus throw  Mosta'an Motamed (IRI) 58.69 m  Hamed Mansour (SYR) 56.36 m  Huang Wei (CHN) 55.31 m
Hammer throw  Park Yeong-Sik (KOR) 65.03 m  Alisher Eshbekov (TJK) 64.57 m  Odai Amir Hwafdeh (QAT) 57.45 m
Javelin throw  Bobur Shokirjonov (UZB) 66.03 m  Park Won-Kil (KOR) 64.70 m  Rajimatollah Tatari (IRI) 63.71 m
Decathlon  Alexandr Chernov (KAZ) 6434 pts  Yun Yeong-Hak (KOR) 6226 pts  Ahmed Al-Maqbali (OMA) 5773 pts

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Sintara Seangdee (THA) 11.75  Han Huijiang (CHN) 11.88  Serafi Anelies Unani (INA) 11.93
200 metres  Sintara Seangdee (THA) 24.10  Tassporn Wannakit (THA) 24.43  Liu Tingting (CHN) 24.64
400 metres  Chen Lin (CHN) 53.68  Huang Meiling (CHN) 54.74  Yen Tai-Ting (TPE) 55.29
800 metres  Tong Xiaomei (CHN) 2:06.64  Tintu Luka (IND) 2:08.63  Bindu Simon Rajam (IND) 2:11.13
1500 metres  Liu Fang (CHN) 4:28.50  Bindu Simon Rajam (IND) 4:29.18  Viktoriya Poliudina (KGZ) 4:31.45
3000 metres  Michi Numata (JPN) 9:33.86  Savita Dhankhar (IND) 9:39.83  Viktoriya Poliudina (KGZ) 9:41.21
5000 metres  Hao Xiaofan (CHN) 17:08.84  Kasumi Nishihara (JPN) 17:11.14  Akiko Matsuyama (JPN) 17:20.11
100 metres hurdles  Deng Ru (CHN) 13.59  Wang Li (CHN) 13.84  Nazomi Yamamoto (JPN) 13.95
400 metres hurdles  Ghofran Al-Mouhmad (SYR) 57.85  Deng Xiaoqing (CHN) 58.76  Taissa Makhmayeva (KAZ) 59.30
3000 metres steeplechase  Marina Podkorytova (KAZ) 10:57.59  Bara'h Awadallah (JOR) 11:32.90  Novita Andriani (INA) 11:37.25
4×100 m relay  Thailand (THA)
Kamonch Sornplod
Sintara Seangdee
Tassporn Wannakit
Athchima Engchuan
45.95  China (CHN)
Deng Ru
Huang Meiling
Liu Tingting
Han Huijiang
45.98  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Chuang Chih-Han
Chang Hsin-Fang
Yen Tai-Ting
Lin Wen-Wen
47.05
4×400 m relay  China (CHN)
Han Huijiang
Tong Xiaomei
Huang Meiling
Chen Lin
3:39.67  Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Natalya Tukova
Yelena Geptina
Margarita Kudinova
Taissa Makhmayeva
3:42.20  India (IND)
Juana Murmu
Chinchu Jose
Anu Mariam Jose
Tintu Luka
3:42.47
10,000 metres walk  Yu Miao (CHN) 46:17.44  Li Yanfei (CHN) 46:46.52  Kumiko Okada (JPN) 47:01.45
High jump  Jessica Fung Wai Yee (HKG) 1.78 m  Xu Jie (CHN) 1.74 m  Duong Thi Viet Anh (VIE) 1.70 m
Pole vault  Tomoko Sumi Ishi (JPN) 3.90 m  Huang Minming (CHN) 3.90 m  Miki Motomiya (JPN) 3.70 m
Long jump  Bao Sha (CHN) 6.32 m  Li Yanmei (CHN) 6.28 m  Bae Chan-Mi (KOR) 6.10 m
Triple jump  Li Yanmei (CHN) 13.60 m  Maria Londa (INA) 13.24 m  Hu Qian (CHN) 13.01 m
Shot put  Meng Qianqian (CHN) 16.49 m  Ma Qiao (CHN) 14.68 m  Sofiya Burkhanova (UZB) 14.16 m
Discus throw  Xi Shangxue (CHN) 52.63 m  Jin Yuanyuan (CHN) 52.40 m  Li Wen-hua (TPE) 52.15 m
Hammer throw  Galina Mityaeva (TJK) 57.83 m  Lee Jae-Young (KOR) 54.15 m  Tatyana Bem (KAZ) 52.24 m
Javelin throw  Li Lingwei (CHN) 54.72 m  Anastasiya Svechnikova (UZB) 51.58 m  Riyoko Miyamoto (JPN) 50.76 m
Heptathlon  Chu Chia-Ling (TPE) 4871 pts  Lee Yi-Jung (TPE) 4730 pts  Olga Lapina (KAZ) 4697 pts

References[edit]

  1. ^ Asian Junior Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  2. ^ Krishnan, Ram. Murali (2008-06-13). Party day for Kamulya at Jakarta – Asian junior championships day-1. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  3. ^ Krishnan, Ram. Murali (2008-06-14). Majed collects second gold - Asian Junior champs day 2. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  4. ^ Krishnan, Ram. Murali (2008-06-15). Al-Sabani's gold run continues - Asian Junior champs day 3. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
  5. ^ Krishnan, Ram. Murali (2008-06-16). Koech completes double, China tops medal tally - Asian Junior champions final day. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-16.
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