Athletics at the 10th National Games of the People's Republic of China

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Athletics at the 10th National Games of China
Nanjing Olympic Sports Center main gym.jpg
The main stadium for the competition
Host city Jiangsu, PR ChinaChina
Date(s) 17 – 22 October 2005
Main stadium Nanjing Olympic Sports Center
Events 46
Records set Games records
2001
2009


At the 10th National Games of the People's Republic of China, the athletics events were held at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Center in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, PR China from 17 to 22 October 2005. A total of 46 events were contested, 24 by male and 22 by female athletes. The National Games marathon race was held before the main competition, as it was incorporated into that year's Beijing Marathon on 16 October.[1]

Twenty-eight teams (representing regions or other bodies) reached the medal table, as did a number of individual athletes. Shandong topped the medal and points table with nine gold medals and twenty in total, while runner-up Jiangsu matched that haul but won seven golds. Shanxi took third in the medal table with five gold medals, although Guangdong and Liaoning placed third and fourth in the more comprehensive points table system.[2]

The event was seen as a key step towards preparing China's athletes for the 2008 Summer Olympics.[3] Xing Huina completed a double in the women's 5000 metres and 10,000 metres and would have had a third in the 1500 metres but she was disqualified for elbowing Liu Qing (who herself completed a double having won the 800 metres).[4] The top two from the women's marathon – Sun Yingjie and Zhou Chunxiu – flew in from Beijing the day before the 10,000 m but still managed second and third place, respectively.[5] The result did not stand, however, as Sun failed a drugs test for androsterone. Her test at the Beijing Marathon the previous day was negative but, in spite of a civil court ruling a rival athlete had spiked her drink,[6] she was disqualified and banned for two years.[7]

Liu Xiang, the 2004 Olympic champion in the 110 metres hurdles, was one of the biggest draws of the games and he beat Shi Dongpeng, winning the gold in a world-class time.[8] Huang Xiaoxiao won golds in both the 400 metres dash and 400 metres hurdles, although hurdles silver medallist Wang Xing received as much as attention as she knocked three tenths of a second off the world junior record. Qin Wangping took a women's 100 metres/200 metres sprint double, beating Liu Li on both occasions.[9][10] Two men broke senior records en route to victory: Meng Yan set Chinese record in the men's 400 m hurdles while Yu Chaohong set an Asian record in the men's 50 km race walk.

Records[edit]

Name Event Region Record Type
Yu Chaohong Men' s 50 km race walk Yunnan 3:36:06 AR
Wang Xing Women's 400 metres hurdles Hunan 54.40 WJR
Meng Yan Men's 400 metres hurdles Hunan 49.19 NR
Key:0000WR — World record  • AR — Area record  • WJR — World junior record  • NR — National record

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Liu Xiang took hurdles gold and a relay silver for Shanghai.
Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Gong Wei
Guangxi
10.24 Hu Kai
Individual
10.31 Pang Guibin
Guangxi
10.32
200 metres Yang Yaozu
Shanghai
20.73 Wang Chengliang
Chinese Army
21.11 Deng Yijun
Hong Kong
21.15
400 metres Wang Liangyu
Guangdong
46.15 PB Wang Xiaoxu
Beijing
46.44 Tan Biao
Guangdong
46.66
800 metres Li Xiangyu
Shanxi
1:48.21 Li Guangming
Hubei
1:49.26 Tang Baojun
Shanghai
1:49.58
1500 metres Dou Zhaobo
Shandong
3:40.88 Tang Baojun
Shanghai
3:41.10 PB Yang Anyue
Yunnan
3:44.54
5000 metres Sun Wenyong
Shandong
13:58.02 Chen Mingfu
Yunnan
13:58.84 Zhengkai
Shandong
13:59.23
10,000 metres Chen Mingfu
Yunnan
28:16.40 PB Du Pengyuan
Guangdong
28:29.37 PB Han Gang
Yunnan
28:35.73 PB
110 metres hurdles Liu Xiang
Shanghai
13.10 Shi Dongpeng
Hebei
13.44 Chen Ming
Tianjin
13.70 PB
400 metres hurdles Meng Yan
Jilin
49.19 NR Zhang Shibao
Shandong
49.75 Zhu Zhi
Guangdong
49.88 PB
3000 metres steeplechase Sun Wenli
Shandong
8:32.36 Sun Wenyong
Shandong
8:33.37 PB Shi Linzhong
Jiangsu
8:33.94 PB
4×100 metres relay Guangxi
Yang Guangming
Pang Guibin
Zhang Yuan
Gong Wei
39.41 Shanghai
Hu Meng
Xu Yaoting
Yang Yaozu
Liu Xiang
39.65 Guangdong
Zhao Haohuan
Cao Jian
Huang Lin
Wen Yongyi
39.72
4×400 metres relay Guangdong
Xu Zizhou
Tan Biao
Wang Youxin
Wang Liangyu
3:06.97 Fujian
Lu Chunsheng
Chen Zhiwei
Yang Jie
Chen Xiaochuan
3:08.79 Jiangsu
Luo Xuesheng
Hu Rui
Wang Haibin
Liu Yanbing
3:09.84
Marathon Zhang Qingle
Jiangsu
2:15:06 Li Zhuhong
Gansu
2:16:06 Su Wei
Qinghai
2:16:26
20 km walk Li Gaobo
Jiangsu
1:18:22 Zhu Hongjun
Liaoning
1:19:00 Yu Chaohong
Yunnan
1:19:08
50 km walk Yu Chaohong
Yunnan
3:36:06 AR Zhao Chengliang
Yunnan
3:36:13 PB Gadasu Alatan
Inner Mongolia
3:40:23 PB
High jump Zhang Shufeng
Heilongjiang
2.24 m Liang Tong
Beijing
2.21 m Huang Haiqiang
Zhejiang
2.18 m
Pole vault Liu Feiliang
Shandong
5.60 m Yang Yansheng
Shandong
5.45 m PB Zhang Hongwei
Chinese Army
5.40 m
Long jump Zhang Xin
Tianjin
7.99 m PB Li Runrun
Jiangsu
7.89 m PB Gu Junjie
Sichuan
7.86 m
Triple jump Li Yanxi
Hebei
16.95 m Lin Mujie
Fujian
16.50 m Li Ming
Xinjiang
16.46 m PB
Shot put Zhang Qi
Shanxi
20.15 m NR Tian Yingchun
Heilongjiang
19.25 m PB Jia Peng
Liaoning
18.99 m
Discus throw Li Shaojie
Shandong
62.85 m Wu Tao
Liaoning
61.91 m Tulake Nuermaimaiti
Xinjiang
59.60 m
Hammer throw Ye Kuigang
Chinese Army
71.93 m Liu Fuxiang
Hainan
70.33 m Qi Dakai
Shaanxi
67.35 m
Javelin throw Li Rongxiang
Zhejiang
81.06 m Chen Qi
Shanghai
78.99 m Liu Yanhong
Henan
77.09 m
Decathlon Qi Haifeng
Liaoning
7854 pts Yu Bin
Sichuan
7705 pts Hong Qingyang
Zhejiang
7452 pts

Women[edit]

Jiangsu runner Zhou Chunxiu won silver medals in the 10,000 m and marathon.
Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: 1.9 m/s)
Qin Wangping
Jiangsu
11.34 Liu Li
Heilongjiang
11.51 PB Chen Lisha
Individual
11.55
200 metres Qin Wangping
Jiangsu
23.50 Liu Li
Heilongjiang
23.69 Ren Xiufen
Shandong
23.95
400 metres Huang Xiaoxiao
Shandong
51.95 Pu Fanfang
Shandong
52.34 Zhang Xiaoyuan
Shandong
52.65 PB
800 metres Liu Qing
Shanxi
1:59.74 PB Yang Xiaocui
Guangdong
2:02.64 PB Yang Wei
Jiangsu
2:02.83
1500 metres Liu Qing
Shanxi
4:04.00 PB Huangjing
Shandong
4:10.13 PB Xie Sainan
Jiangsu
4:11.11
5000 metres Xing Huina
Shandong
15:20.09 Zhu Xiaolin
Liaoning
15:22.35 PB Xi Qiuhong
Beijing
15:25.36 PB
10,000 metres Xing Huina
Shandong
31:00.73 Zhou Chunxiu
Jiangsu
31:09.03 PB Bao Guiying
Gansu
31:27.35 PB
100 metres hurdles Liu Jing
Sichuan
12.96 Su Yiping
Jiangsu
13.05 Feng Yun
Guangdong
13.08
400 metres hurdles Huang Xiaoxiao
Shandong
54.18 PB Wang Xing
Hunan
54.40 WJR/PB Zhang Rongrong
Individual
55.91 PB
4×100 metres relay Jiangsu
Chen Jue
Liang Yi
Jiang Zhiying
Qin Wangping
44.19 Guangxi
Huang Nongfen
Yan Jiankui
Huang Mei
Han Ling
44.25 Heilongjiang
Zou Xinyu
Li Chunhong
Wang Guanjun
Liu Li
44.67
4×400 metres relay Guangdong
Zhong Shaoting
Yang Xiaocui
Gao Lihua
Tang Xiaoyin
3:30.51 Shandong
Huang Xiaoxiao
Chen Yuxiang
Hou Xiufen
Bu Fanfang
3:30.63 Hunan
Huan Li
Liu Yu
Song Yinglan
Wang Xing
3:37.17
Marathon Sun Yingjie
Railway
2:21:01 Zhou Chunxiu
Jiangsu
2:21:11 Sun Weiwei
Liaoning
2:27:35
20 km walk Bai Yanmin
Jiangsu
1:27:37 PB Jiang Jing
Jiangsu
1:28:14 Shi Na
Shandong
1:28:24
High jump Jing Xuezhu
Beijing
1.92 m Gu Biwei
Zhejiang
1.90 m PB Gu Xuan
Chinese Army
1.84 m PB
Pole vault Zhao Yingying
Zhejiang
4.40 m AJR= Yang Jing
Guangdong
4.40 m PB Gao Shuying
Shanghai
4.30 m
Long jump Guan Yingnan
Jiangsu
6.65 m Zhang Yuan
Guangdong
6.50 m PB Liu Huahua
Hunan
6.47 m
Triple jump Huang Qiuyan
Guangxi
14.54 m Wang Yin
Individual
13.96 m Wu Lingmei
Guangdong
13.92 m
Shot put Li Meiju
Hebei
18.88 m Li Ling
Liaoning
18.68 m PB Qian Chunhua
Jiangsu
18.58 m PB
Discus throw Li Qiumei
Shanxi
64.89 m Huang Qun
Jiangsu
64.53 m PB Song Aimin
Hebei
63.40 m
Hammer throw Liu Yinghui
Individual
72.17 m Zhang Wenxiu
Chinese Army
71.84 m Yang Meiping
Jiangsu
68.09 m
Javelin throw Ma Ning
Hebei
60.64 m Xue Juan
Jiangsu
59.87 m Geng Aihua
Shandong
59.04 m PB
Heptathlon Shen Shengfei
Zhejiang
6165 pts Liu Haili
Liaoning
6132 pts Wang Hailan
Hainan
6128 pts

Medal table[edit]

Zhu Xiaolin won the 5000 m silver medal for Liaoning.
Key
  The host region is highlighted in pink
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Shandong 9 6 5 20
2 Jiangsu 7 7 6 20
3 Shanxi 5 0 0 5
4 Guangdong 3 4 5 12
5 Zhejiang 3 1 2 6
6= Guangxi 3 1 1 5
6= Hebei 3 1 1 5
8 Shanghai 2 3 2 7
9 Yunnan 2 2 3 7
10 Liaoning 1 5 2 8
11 Heilongjiang 1 3 1 5
12= People's Liberation Army 1 2 2 5
12= Individual 1 2 2 5
14 Beijing 1 2 1 4
15 Sichuan 1 1 1 3
16 Tianjin 1 0 1 2
17= Jilin 1 0 0 1
17= Railway 1 0 0 1
19 Hunan 0 1 2 3
20 Fujian 0 2 0 2
21= Gansu 0 1 1 2
21= Hainan 0 1 1 2
23 Hubei 0 1 0 1
24 Xinjiang 0 0 2 2
25= Henan 0 0 1 1
25= Hong Kong 0 0 1 1
25= Inner Mongolia 0 0 1 1
25= Qinghai 0 0 1 1
25= Shaanxi 0 0 1 1
Total 46 46 46 138
  • † = Athletes competing without a team

References[edit]

Results

External links[edit]