2009 Asian Championship of Ski Mountaineering

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The 2009 Asian Championship of Ski Mountaineering (Chinese: 亚洲滑雪登山锦标赛) was the second edition of an Asian Championship of Ski Mountaineering.

The event was organized by the Asia Ski Mountaineering Federation (ASMF),[1] and was the first officially sanctioned Asian Championship by the new International Ski Mountaineering Federation (ISMF), which emerged from the ISMC in 2008. At this edition a vertical race and a relay race was added. So that the few female ski mountaineers could also participate in the relay race event, the teams were mixed with at least one female racer.[2]

The championship was held at the Beidahu ski ressort in the Chinese Nagano Prefecture from February 10 to February 13, 2009. Participating were racers from China, South Korea and Japan.

Results[edit]

Vertical race[edit]

Event held on February 11, 2009; participating where racers from China, South Korea and Japan; course length: 720 metres

List of the best 10 participants by gender:[3][4]

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png South Korea Gwak Mi Hee 44' 44"
Med 2.png Japan Mase Chigaya 45' 50"
Med 3.png China Cui Xiaodi 48' 59"
4 China Zhang Na 51' 39"
5 Japan Horibe Michiko 52' 29"
6 China Lu Chuanjiao 55' 06"
7 China Wang Ping 59' 57"
8 China Li Luyang 1h 02' 55"
9 China Wang Jing 1h 10' 01"
10 China Wu Yanfeng 1h 23' 26"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png China Xin Detao 41' 44"
Med 2.png China Dai Junfeng 42' 16"
Med 3.png Japan Sato Yoshiyuki 42' 20"*)
4 China Huang Chunsen 43' 25"
5 Japan Hiraide Kazuya 43' 38"
6 South Korea Park Jong-il 44' 57"
7 China Luo Biao 46' 08"
8 China Jin Yubo 46' 44"
9 China Zhou Chuyan 47' 21"
10 South Korea Man Jung 47' 38"

*) includes 90 penalty seconds

Individual[edit]

Event held on February 12, 2009; course length: 1.900 metres; course of the female racers was 300 metres shortened

List of the best 10 participants by gender:[5]

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png South Korea Gwak Mi Hee 02h 16' 01"
Med 2.png Japan Mase Chigaya 02h 20' 57"
Med 3.png China Cui Xiaodi 02h 22' 04"
4 Japan Horibe Michiko 02h 33' 15"
5 China Zhang Na 02h 36' 00"
6 China Wang Ping 02h 38' 34"
7 China Li Luyang 02h 43' 15"
China Tang Yu not finished
China Li Wenjing not finished
China Lu Chunjiao not finished

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Japan Sato Yoshiyuki 02h 42' 33"
Med 2.png China Jin Yubo 02h 48' 48"
Med 3.png China Huang Chunsen 02h 53' 29"*)
4 Japan Hiraide Kazuya 02h 59' 20"
5 South Korea Hyun Song-gi 02h 59' 37"
6 China Dai Junfeng 03h 00' 27"
7 China Luo Biao 03h 05' 11"
8 Japan Suzuki Keiichiro 03h 11' 12"
9 Japan Yamada Hiroshi 03h 16' 10"
10 South Korea Man Jung 03h 22' 07"

*) includes 3 penalty minutes

Relay[edit]

Event held on February 12, 2009; mixed teams of at least one female (f) racer[6][7]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Japan Mase Chigaya (f)/Sato Yoshiyuki/Suzuki Keiichiro/Hiraide Kazuya 01h 07' 50"
Med 2.png China Cui Xiaodi (f)/Huang Chunsen/Jin Yubo/Xin Detao 01h 11' 40"
Med 3.png South Korea Gwak Mi Hee (f)/Hyun Song-gi/Man Jung/Park Jong-il 01h 17' 07"
4 China Zhang Na (f)/Dai Junfeng/Luo Biao/Zhou Chuyan 01h 22' 26"
5 China Lu Chunjiao (f)/Liu Jifeng/Liu Boyu/Jin Xin 01h 32' 55"
6 China Li Luyang (f)/Ding Wei/Song Honggang/Gao Xiaoguang 01h 39' 10"
China Wang Ping (f)/Zhou Ruiyao/Wang Jianzhuang/Zhou Lei not finished

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