Asian Archery Championships

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Asian Archery Championships is the Archery Asian Championship organized by the Asian Archery Federation.

It has been held biannually, and since 2001 has included both the recurve and compound disciplines. The tournament began in 1980 and it was first hosted in India. Countries such as South Korea, China, Japan and India compete, with many of the world's leading archers representing them.[1]

List of tournaments and champions[edit]

Recurve[edit]

  Year Host Men's individual Women's individual Men's team Women's team Mixed team
1 1980 India Kolkata, India
2 1982
3 1984
4 1986
5 1988 India Kolkata, India
6 1989 China Beijing, China
7 1992
8 1994
9 1996 Thailand Chonburi, Thailand
10 1997 Malaysia Langkawi, Malaysia  Oh Kyo-moon (KOR)  Yoon Hye-young (KOR)  Japan  South Korea
11 1999 China Beijing, China  Chung Jae-hun (KOR)  Kang Hyun-ji (KOR)  South Korea  South Korea
12 2001 Hong Kong Hong Kong  Kim Won-sub (KOR)  Zhang Juanjuan (CHN)  Chinese Taipei
13 2003 Burma Yangon, Myanmar  Lee Dong-wook (KOR)  Lin Sang (CHN)  South Korea  South Korea
14 2005 India New Delhi, India  Im Dong-hyun (KOR)  Park Sung-hyun (KOR)  South Korea  China
15 2007 China Xi'an, China  Wang Cheng-pang (TPE)  Lee Sung-jin (KOR)  India  South Korea
16 2009 Indonesia Bali, Indonesia  Kuo Cheng-wei (TPE)  Joo Hyun-jung (KOR)  South Korea  Japan
17 2011 Iran Tehran, Iran  Khairul Anuar Mohamad (MAS)  Yang Nien-hsiu (TPE)  Malaysia  Japan  Kazakhstan
18 2013 Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan  Takaharu Furukawa (JPN)  Le Chien-ying (TPE)  South Korea  South Korea  India

Compound[edit]

  Year Host Men's individual Women's individual Men's team Women's team Mixed team
13 2003 Burma Yangon, Myanmar  Wang Chih-hao (TPE)  Choi Mi-yeon (KOR)  South Korea
14 2005 India New Delhi, India  Cai Shuo (CHN)  Jhano Hansdah (IND)  India
15 2007 China Xi'an, China  Earl Benjamin Yap (PHI)  Kwon Oh-hyang (KOR)  Iran  Philippines
16 2009 Indonesia Bali, Indonesia  Isiah Rajendra Sanam (IND)  Seok Ji-hyun (KOR)  India  South Korea
17 2011 Iran Tehran, Iran  Reza Zamaninejad (IRI)  Maryam Ranjbar (IRI)  Iran  South Korea  South Korea
18 2013 Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan  Abhishek Verma (IND)  Seok Ji-hyun (KOR)  India  Chinese Taipei  India

References[edit]

  1. ^ "India tops a poor field". Sportstar (India). 7 February 2003. 

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