Athletics at the 1954 Asian Games

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Athletics was contested at the 1954 Asian Games in Manila, Philippines from May 2 to May 5.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
 Abdul Khaliq
Pakistan (PAK)
10.6
=GR
 Genaro Cabrera
Philippines (PHI)
10.7  M. Gabriel
India (IND)
10.8
200 m
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 Muhammad Sharif Butt
Pakistan (PAK)
21.9  Muhammad Aslam
Pakistan (PAK)
22.0  Stephen Xavier
Hong Kong (HKG)
22.2
400 m
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 Kanji Akagi
Japan (JPN)
48.5
GR
 Joginder Singh Dhanaor
India (IND)
48.6  Chen Ying-lang
Republic of China (ROC)
48.6
800 m
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 Yoshitaka Muroya
Japan (JPN)
1:54.5
GR
 Sohan Singh Dhanoa
India (IND)
1:54.6  Michio Ueki
Japan (JPN)
1:55.8
1500 m
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 Choi Yun-chil
South Korea (KOR)
3:56.2
GR
 Yoshitaka Muroya
Japan (JPN)
3:58.0  Michio Ueki
Japan (JPN)
3:59.0
5000 m
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 Osamu Inoue
Japan (JPN)
15:00.2
GR
 Choi Yun-chil
South Korea (KOR)
15:03.8  Dalu Ram
India (IND)
15:14.1
10000 m
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 Choi Chung-sik
South Korea (KOR)
33:00.6
GR
 Jiro Yamauchi
Japan (JPN)
34:06.2  Pi Li-ming
Republic of China (ROC)
35:43.2
110 m hurdles
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 Sarwan Singh
India (IND)
14.7
GR
 Yukiyoshi Kawata
Japan (JPN)
14.8  Takehiko Nakajima
Japan (JPN)
14.8
400 m hurdles
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 Mirza Khan
Pakistan (PAK)
54.1
GR
 Chan Onn Leng
Singapore (SIN)
54.8  Jaime Pimental
Philippines (PHI)
55.6
3000 m steeplechase
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 Susumu Takahashi
Japan (JPN)
9:15.0
GR
 Yasumasa Shirasagi
Japan (JPN)
9:35.0  Dalu Ram
India (IND)
9:36.5
4×100 m relay
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 Japan (JPN)
Tomio Hosoda
Masaji Tajima
Akira Kiyofuji
Yoshihiro Takatani
41.2
GR
 Pakistan (PAK)
Abdul Khaliq
Muhammad Sharif Butt
Muhammad Aslam
Abdul Aziz
41.5  Philippines (PHI)
Genaro Cabrera
Gaspar Azares
Eusebio Ensong
Pedro Subido
42.2
4×400 m relay
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 Japan (JPN)
Kanji Akagi
Yoshitaka Muroya
Akira Matsui
Nobuaki Matsuno
3:17.4
GR
 India (IND)
Joginder Singh Dhanaor
Ivan Jacob
Harjeet Singh
J. B. Joseph
3:18.0  Philippines (PHI)
Pablo Somblingo
Cipriano Niera
Mauricio Paubaya
Ernesto Rodriguez
3:21.6
High jump
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 Ajit Singh
India (IND)
1.95
GR
 Yukio Ishikawa
Japan (JPN)
1.95
=GR
 Andres Franco
Philippines (PHI)
1.95
=GR
Pole vault
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 Bunkichi Sawada
Japan (JPN)
4.06  Toyokichi Matsumoto
Japan (JPN)
3.91  Lai Yu-tao
Republic of China (ROC)
3.61
Long jump
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 Noriaki Sagawa
Japan (JPN)
7.02  Yoshiro Sonoda
Japan (JPN)
6.94  Lin Te-sheng
Republic of China (ROC)
6.86
Triple jump
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 Noriaki Sagawa
Japan (JPN)
15.13  Yoshio Iimura
Japan (JPN)
14.88  Choi Yong-kee
South Korea (KOR)
14.71
Shot put
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 Parduman Singh Brar
India (IND)
14.14
GR
 Yoshio Kojima
Japan (JPN)
13.73  Ishar Singh
India (IND)
13.43
Discus throw
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 Parduman Singh Brar
India (IND)
43.37
GR
 Chi Pei-lin
Republic of China (ROC)
41.66  Liu Ching
Republic of China (ROC)
41.18
Hammer throw
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 Yoshio Kojima
Japan (JPN)
53.99
GR
 Muhammad Iqbal
Pakistan (PAK)
51.80  Song Kyo-sik
South Korea (KOR)
50.80
Javelin throw
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 Muhammad Nawaz
Pakistan (PAK)
64.26
GR
 Jalal Khan
Pakistan (PAK)
63.28  Haruo Nagayasu
Japan (JPN)
56.26
Decathlon
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 Yang Chuan-kwang
Republic of China (ROC)
5454  Fumio Nishiuchi
Japan (JPN)
5429  Ronnie O'Brien
India (IND)
5259

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
 Atsuko Nambu
Japan (JPN)
12.5
=GR
 Mary Klass
Singapore (SIN)
12.5
=GR
 Christine Brown
India (IND)
12.6
200 m
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 Midori Tanaka
Japan (JPN)
26.0  Atsuko Nambu
Japan (JPN)
26.1  Inocencia Solis
Philippines (PHI)
26.5
80 m hurdles
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 Michiko Iwamoto
Japan (JPN)
11.7
GR
 Miyo Miyashita
Japan (JPN)
12.0  Teng Pei Wah
Singapore (SIN)
12.1
4×100 m relay
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 India (IND)
Christine Brown
Stephie D'Souza
Violet Peters
Mary D'Souza
49.5
GR
 Japan (JPN)
Kimiko Okamoto
Michiko Iwamoto
Midori Tanaka
Atsuko Nambu
49.6  Philippines (PHI)
Inocencia Solis
Rogelia Ferrer
Manolita Cinco
Roberta Anore
50.4
High jump
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 Ahuva Kraus
Israel (ISR)
1.55
GR
 Miyoko Takahashi
Japan (JPN)
1.52  Meiko Muro
Japan (JPN)
1.52
Long jump
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 Yoshie Takahashi
Japan (JPN)
5.68  Atsuko Nambu
Japan (JPN)
5.64  Mikiko Tazaki
Japan (JPN)
5.35
Shot put
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 Toyoko Yoshino
Japan (JPN)
12.31
GR
 Motoko Yoshida
Japan (JPN)
12.27  Yuriko Mizoguchi
Japan (JPN)
11.81
Discus throw
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 Toyoko Yoshino
Japan (JPN)
42.89
GR
 Taeko Nomura
Japan (JPN)
39.97  Yuriko Mizoguchi
Japan (JPN)
37.12
Javelin throw
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 Akiko Kurihara
Japan (JPN)
44.07
GR
 Yasuko Inden
Japan (JPN)
42.28  Vivencia Subido
Philippines (PHI)
37.56

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan (JPN) 17 18 8 43
2  India (IND) 5 3 6 14
3  Pakistan (PAK) 4 4 0 8
4  South Korea (KOR) 2 1 2 5
5  Republic of China (ROC) 1 1 5 7
6  Israel (ISR) 1 0 0 1
7  Singapore (SIN) 0 2 1 3
8  Philippines (PHI) 0 1 7 8
9  Hong Kong (HKG) 0 0 1 1
Total 30 30 30 90

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