Asian Judo Championships

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Asian Judo Championships is the Judo Asian Championship organized by the Judo Union of Asia.

The men's tournament began in 1966 and was held approximately every four years, until 1991, when it became an annual event (except in the years when the Asian Games have been held.) The women's tournament was first staged in 1981, and it has been held with the men's tournament every year, except in 1984/5.

List of tournaments[edit]

Year Date competition City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Report
1966 May - Philippines Manila, Philippines Result
1970 May - Taiwan Kaohsiung, Taiwan Result
1974 November - South Korea Seoul, Korea Result
1981 15 to 18 July Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia 10 Result
1984 1 to 4 April - Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait 14 Result
1985 23 and 24 March - Japan Tokyo, Japan Kodokan Result
1988 19 to 22 July Syria Damascus, Syria Result
1991 9 and 10 November Japan Osaka, Japan Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium 17 157 Result
1993 13 and 14 November Macau Macau Forum stadium 19 182 Result
1995 20 to 22 November India New Delhi, India Indira Gandhi Arena 21 Result
1996 9 and 10 November Vietnam Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Phan Dinh Phung Stadium Result
1997 22 and 23 November Philippines Manila, Philippines Ninoy Aquino Stadium Result
1999 25 and 26 June China Wenzhou, China Result
2000 26 to 28 May Japan Osaka, Japan Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium 29 Result
2001 14 and 15 April Mongolia Ulan Bator, Mongolia National Wrestling Hall 20 148 Result
2003 31 October and 1 November South Korea Jeju, Korea Halla Gymnasium Result
2004 15 and 16 May Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports 22 Result
2005 14 and 15 May Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan Yunusobod Sports Hall Result
2007 17 and 18 May Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait Result
2008 26 and 27 April South Korea Jeju, Korea Halla Gymnasium Result
2009 23 and 24 May Chinese Taipei Taipei, Chinese Taipei Taipei Arena Result
2011 5 to 7 April United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates UAE WJJ Federation Hall Result
2012 27 to 29 April Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Sport Hall Result
2013 19 to 21 April Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok Youth Centre 28 218 Result
2015 Singapore Singapore Marina Bay Sands

Judo Team Asian Championships[edit]

Year Location Men Women
Gold Silver Bronze Gold Silver Bronze
2011 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  South Korea  Japan  Kazakhstan
 Uzbekistan
 Japan  Mongolia  South Korea
 China
2012 Tashkent, Uzbekistan  South Korea  Japan  Kazakhstan
 Uzbekistan
 Japan  Mongolia  South Korea
 Taiwan
2013 Bangkok, Thailand  South Korea  Japan  Mongolia
 Kazakhstan
 Japan  Mongolia  South Korea
 Kazakhstan

All-time medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1
2
Total

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