2010 Asian Women's Handball Championship

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2010 Asian Championship
Tournament details
Host country  Kazakhstan
Dates 19–25 December 2010
Teams 8
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions  Kazakhstan (2nd title)
Runner-up  South Korea
Third place  China
Fourth place  Japan
Tournament statistics
Matches 18
Goals scored 1061 (58.94 per match)
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The 2010 Asian Women's Handball Championship was the 13th Asian Championship, which took place from December 19 to December 25, 2010 in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It acts as the Asian qualifying tournament for the 2011 World Women's Handball Championship in Brazil.

Due to heavy snow, both South Korea and Japan couldn´t make the trip to Kazakhstan in time and the program was moved forward.[1]

China, Japan, Kazakhstan and South Korea qualified for the World championship after reaching the semifinals.

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B

 China
 Kazakhstan
 Iran
 North Korea

 South Korea
 Japan
 Thailand
 Uzbekistan

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Kazakhstan 3 3 0 0 95 66 +29 6
 China 3 2 0 1 101 69 +32 4
 North Korea 3 1 0 2 105 90 +15 2
 Iran 3 0 0 3 52 128 −76 0
19 December 2010
18:30
China  22 – 25  Kazakhstan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(14–13)

20 December 2010
14:00
Iran  22 – 47  North Korea Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(12–25)

21 December 2010
14:00
China  33 – 27  North Korea Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(14–12)

21 December 2010
17:00
Kazakhstan  35 – 13  Iran Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(23–7)

22 December 2010
14:00
China  46 – 17  Iran Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(20–7)

22 December 2010
17:00
Kazakhstan  35 – 31  North Korea Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(17–15)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 South Korea 3 2 1 0 120 49 +71 5
 Japan 3 2 1 0 117 61 +56 5
 Uzbekistan 3 1 0 2 69 142 −73 2
 Thailand 3 0 0 3 53 107 −54 0
19 December 2010
17:00
Thailand  25 – 31  Uzbekistan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(11–17)

20 December 2010
15:30
Japan  57 – 22  Uzbekistan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(31–11)

20 December 2010
17:00
South Korea  38 – 11  Thailand Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(21–5)

21 December 2010
15:30
South Korea  60 – 16  Uzbekistan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(28–6)

21 December 2010
18:30
Japan  38 – 17  Thailand Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(20–8)

22 December 2010
15:30
South Korea  22 – 22  Japan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(10–10)

Placement 5th–8th[edit]

7th/8th[edit]

24 December 2010
15:00
Iran  20 – 30  Thailand Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(7–11)

5th/6th[edit]

24 December 2010
17:00
North Korea  52 – 21  Uzbekistan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(24–7)

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Gold medal match
23 December – Almaty
  Kazakhstan  29  
  Japan  24  
 
25 December – Almaty
      Kazakhstan  33
    South Korea  32
Bronze medal match
23 December – Almaty 25 December – Almaty
  South Korea  31   Japan  25
  China  26     China  26

Semifinals[edit]

23 December 2010
15:00
Kazakhstan  29 – 24  Japan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(16–13)

23 December 2010
17:00
South Korea  31 – 26  China Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(13–14)

Bronze medal match[edit]

25 December 2010
15:00
Japan  25 – 26  China Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(14–15)

Gold medal match[edit]

25 December 2010
17:00
Kazakhstan  33 – 32  South Korea Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports, Almaty
(16–15)

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1st  Kazakhstan
2nd  South Korea
3rd  China
4  Japan
5  North Korea
6  Uzbekistan
7  Thailand
8  Iran
Team qualified for the 2011 World Championship

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Heavy snow in Kazakhstan delays S. Korea's opener at Asian Women's Handball Championship". english.yonhapnews.co.kr. 2010-12-19. Retrieved 2010-12-19. 

External links[edit]