Asian Shooting Championships

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The Asian Shooting Championships are governed by the Asian Shooting Confederation. Asian Shooting Championships began in 1967.[1] These championships, including almost all ISSF shooting events, are held every four years.

Asian Shooting Championships[edit]

# Year Venue Dates
1 1967 Japan Tokyo, Japan
2 1971 South Korea Seoul, South Korea
3 1975 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
4 1980 Philippines Manila, Philippines
5 1983 Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia
6 1987 China Beijing, China
7 1991 China Beijing, China
8 1995 Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia
9 2000 Malaysia Langkawi, Malaysia January 22–31, 2000
10 2004 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia February 8–18, 2004
11 2007 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait December 3–13, 2007
12 2012 Qatar Doha, Qatar January 11–22, 2012

Special Air Gun Championships[edit]

# Year Venue Dates
1 2005 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand September 12–19, 2005
2 2008 China Nanjing, China April 4–9, 2008
3 2009 Qatar Doha, Qatar December 16–22, 2009
4 2011 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait October 17–23, 2011
5 2012 China Nanchang, China December 13–17, 2012
6 2013 Iran Tehran, Iran October 20–25, 2013
7 2014 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait March 9–12, 2014

Special Shotgun Championships[edit]

Asian Clay Shooting Championships were first held in 1981.[2] This kind of championship has been discontinued and new Asian Shotgun tournament starts in 2011.[3]

Asian Clay Shooting Championships
# Year Venue Dates
1 1981 Japan Nagoya, Japan
2 1984 Singapore Singapore
3 1986 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand
4 1987 Hong Kong Hong Kong
5 1989 Singapore Singapore
6 1990 South Korea Seoul, South Korea
7 1991 Japan Fukuoka, Japan
8 1992 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
9 1993 Philippines Manila, Philippines
10 1994 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand
11 1995 China Chengdu, China
12 1996 China Shanghai, China
13 1997 Brunei Brunei August 10–16, 1997
14 1999 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait March 1–8, 1999
15 2000 Philippines Vigan, Philippines June 1–10, 2000
16 2001 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand
17 2002 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand
18 2003 India New Delhi, India March 22–28, 2003
19 2004 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand July 1–7, 2004
20 2005 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand September 7–16, 2005
21 2006 Singapore Singapore September 1–10, 2006
22 2007 Philippines Manila, Philippines October 25–31, 2007
23 2008 India Jaipur, India February 21–29, 2008
24 2009 Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan Sep. 24 – Oct. 3, 2009
25 2010 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Mar. 27 – Apr. 6, 2010
Asian Shotgun Championships
# Year Venue Dates
1 2011 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Nov. 21 – Dec. 1, 2011
2 2012 India Patiala, India December 1–8, 2012
3 2013 Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan October 3–9, 2013
4 2014 United Arab Emirates Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates November 1–10, 2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A leading continental championship". National Shooting Association of Malaysia. Retrieved 3 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "ACSF in the Past". Asian Clay Shooting Website. Retrieved 3 January 2012. 
  3. ^ "1st Asian Shotgun Championship". ASC. Retrieved 3 January 2012. 

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