Athletics at the 2010 Asian Games

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Athletics at the XVI Asian Games
Stade Olympique Guangdong.JPG
The host stadium for the athletics
Host city Guangzhou, China
Date(s) November 21–27
Main stadium Guangdong Olympic Stadium
Events 47


Athletics at the 2010 Asian Games was held in Guangzhou, China from 21 to 27 November 2010. A total of 47 events were contested, 24 by men and 23 by women - matching the Olympic athletics programme. The 42 track and field events on the programme were hosted at the Aoti Main Stadium (Guangdong Olympic Stadium) while the marathons and racewalking competitions took place around the city's University Town (sharing a venue with the triathlon).[1][2] Sixteen Asian Games records were broken during the seven-day competition.[3]

China, the host country, topped the medal table having won 13 gold medals and 36 medals overall. India (12 medals overall) and Bahrain both won five golds, but Japan (with four golds) had the second largest overall medal haul with twenty. A number of countries had double-digit medal totals: Kazakhstan and South Korea won four gold medals each, with hauls of eleven and ten medals respectively. Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Uzbekistan were the next best performing National Olympic Committees.[4] A total of 574 athletes (comprising 351 men and 223 women) from 41 nations took part in the competition. Bhutan, Brunei, Jordan and Pakistan were the only nations without a representative in the events.[5]

One of the primary attractions of the competition was Chinese Olympic champion hurdler Liu Xiang – the stadium filled with around 70,000 spectators on the day he defended his title and he won gold in a Games record time.[6] Chinese women completed 1–2 podium finishes in the shot put, discus and hammer throws while Zhou Chunxiu and Zhu Xiaolin took the top two spots in the women's marathon. Japan's Chisato Fukushima took a 100/200 metres sprint double and also won a bronze in the relay. Preeja Sreedharan of India broke two national records, almost completing a 5000 and 10,000 metres double, but was beaten by Mimi Belete in the former event. Femi Ogunode – a Nigerian-born athlete representing Qatar – won golds in both the 200 m and 400 m at the age of nineteen.[7] Little-known Lao Yi won the men's 100 m after the favourites (Masashi Eriguchi and Samuel Francis) were both eliminated in the semi-finals.[8]

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
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 Lao Yi
China (CHN)
10.24  Yasser Al-Nasheri
Saudi Arabia (KSA)
10.26  Barakat Al-Harthi
Oman (OMA)
10.28
200 m
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 Femi Ogunode
Qatar (QAT)
20.43  Kenji Fujimitsu
Japan (JPN)
20.74  Omar Juma Al-Salfa
United Arab Emirates (UAE)
20.83
400 m
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 Femi Ogunode
Qatar (QAT)
45.12  Yuzo Kanemaru
Japan (JPN)
45.32  Yousef Masrahi
Saudi Arabia (KSA)
45.71
800 m
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 Sajjad Moradi
Iran (IRI)
1:45.45
GR
 Adnan Taess
Iraq (IRQ)
1:45.88  Musaeb Abdulrahman Balla
Qatar (QAT)
1:46.19
1500 m
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 Mohammed Shaween
Saudi Arabia (KSA)
3:36.49
GR
 Sajjad Moradi
Iran (IRI)
3:37.09  Belal Mansoor Ali
Bahrain (BRN)
3:38.39
5000 m
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 Hasan Mahboob
Bahrain (BRN)
13:47.86  James Kwalia
Qatar (QAT)
13:48.55  Felix Kibore
Qatar (QAT)
13:49.31
10000 m
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 Bilisuma Shugi
Bahrain (BRN)
27:32.72
GR
 Essa Ismail Rashed
Qatar (QAT)
27:33.09  Hasan Mahboob
Bahrain (BRN)
27:40.07
110 m hurdles
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 Liu Xiang
China (CHN)
13.09
GR
 Shi Dongpeng
China (CHN)
13.38  Park Tae-kyong
South Korea (KOR)
13.48
400 m hurdles
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 Joseph Abraham
India (IND)
49.96  Bandar Sharahili
Saudi Arabia (KSA)
50.29  Naohiro Kawakita
Japan (JPN)
50.37
3000 m steeplechase
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 Tareq Mubarak Taher
Bahrain (BRN)
8:25.89
GR
 Thamer Kamal Ali
Qatar (QAT)
8:26.27  Ali Al-Amri
Saudi Arabia (KSA)
8:30.96
4×100 m relay
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 China (CHN)
Lu Bin
Liang Jiahong
Su Bingtian
Lao Yi
38.78
GR
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Wang Wen-tang
Liu Yuan-kai
Tsai Meng-lin
Yi Wei-chen
39.05  Thailand (THA)
Poommanus Jankem
Wachara Sondee
Jirapong Meenapra
Sittichai Suwonprateep
39.09
4×400 m relay
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 Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Ismail Al-Sabiani
Mohammed Al-Salhi
Hamed Al-Bishi
Yousef Masrahi
3:02.30  Japan (JPN)
Yusuke Ishitsuka
Kenji Fujimitsu
Hideyuki Hirose
Yuzo Kanemaru
3:02.43  China (CHN)
Lin Yang
Deng Shijie
Chang Pengben
Liu Xiaosheng
3:03.66
Marathon
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 Ji Young-jun
South Korea (KOR)
2:11:11  Yukihiro Kitaoka
Japan (JPN)
2:12:46  Mubarak Hassan Shami
Qatar (QAT)
2:12:53
20 km walk
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 Wang Hao
China (CHN)
1:20:50  Zhu Yafei
China (CHN)
1:21:57  Kim Hyun-sub
South Korea (KOR)
1:22:47
50 km walk
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 Si Tianfeng
China (CHN)
3:47:04
GR
 Li Lei
China (CHN)
3:47:34  Koichiro Morioka
Japan (JPN)
3:47:41
High jump
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 Mutaz Essa Barshim
Qatar (QAT)
2.27  Hiromi Takahari
Japan (JPN)
2.23  Rashid Al-Mannai
Qatar (QAT)
2.19
 Huang Haiqiang
China (CHN)
 Vitaliy Tsykunov
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Pole vault
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 Yang Yansheng
China (CHN)
5.50  Leonid Andreev
Uzbekistan (UZB)
5.30 Shared silver
 Kim Yoo-suk
South Korea (KOR)
Long jump
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 Kim Deok-hyeon
South Korea (KOR)
8.11  Su Xiongfeng
China (CHN)
8.05  Hussein Al-Sabee
Saudi Arabia (KSA)
7.96
Triple jump
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 Li Yanxi
China (CHN)
16.94  Yevgeniy Ektov
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
16.86  Cao Shuo
China (CHN)
16.84
Shot put
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 Sultan Al-Hebshi
Saudi Arabia (KSA)
20.57
GR
 Zhang Jun
China (CHN)
19.59  Chang Ming-huang
Chinese Taipei (TPE)
19.48
Discus throw
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 Ehsan Haddadi
Iran (IRI)
67.99
GR
 Mohammad Samimi
Iran (IRI)
63.46  Vikas Gowda
India (IND)
63.13
Hammer throw
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 Dilshod Nazarov
Tajikistan (TJK)
76.44  Kaveh Mousavi
Iran (IRI)
68.90  Hiroaki Doi
Japan (JPN)
68.72
Javelin throw
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 Yukifumi Murakami
Japan (JPN)
83.15  Park Jae-myong
South Korea (KOR)
79.92  Rinat Tarzumanov
Uzbekistan (UZB)
79.65
Decathlon
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 Dmitriy Karpov
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
8026  Kim Kun-woo
South Korea (KOR)
7808  Vũ Văn Huyện
Vietnam (VIE)
7755

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
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 Chisato Fukushima
Japan (JPN)
11.33  Guzel Khubbieva
Uzbekistan (UZB)
11.34  Vũ Thị Hương
Vietnam (VIE)
11.43
200 m
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 Chisato Fukushima
Japan (JPN)
23.62  Vũ Thị Hương
Vietnam (VIE)
23.74  Guzel Khubbieva
Uzbekistan (UZB)
23.87
400 m
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 Olga Tereshkova
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
51.97  Asami Chiba
Japan (JPN)
52.68  Marina Maslyonko
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
52.70
800 m
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 Margarita Matsko
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
2:00.29  Trương Thanh Hằng
Vietnam (VIE)
2:00.91  Tintu Luka
India (IND)
2:01.36
1500 m
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 Maryam Yusuf Jamal
Bahrain (BRN)
4:08.22  Trương Thanh Hằng
Vietnam (VIE)
4:09.58  Mimi Belete
Bahrain (BRN)
4:10.42
5000 m
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 Mimi Belete
Bahrain (BRN)
15:15.59  Preeja Sreedharan
India (IND)
15:15.89  Kavita Raut
India (IND)
15:16.54
10000 m
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 Preeja Sreedharan
India (IND)
31:50.47  Kavita Raut
India (IND)
31:51.44  Shitaye Eshete
Bahrain (BRN)
31:53.27
100 m hurdles
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 Lee Yeon-kyung
South Korea (KOR)
13.23  Natalya Ivoninskaya
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
13.24  Sun Yawei
China (CHN)
13.27
400 m hurdles
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 Ashwini Akkunji
India (IND)
56.15  Wang Xing
China (CHN)
56.76  Satomi Kubokura
Japan (JPN)
56.83
3000 m steeplechase
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 Sudha Singh
India (IND)
9:55.47
GR
 Jin Yuan
China (CHN)
9:55.71  Minori Hayakari
Japan (JPN)
10:01.25
4×100 m relay
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 Thailand (THA)
Phatsorn Jaksuninkorn
Neeranuch Klomdee
Laphassaporn Tawoncharoen
Nongnuch Sanrat
44.09  China (CHN)
Tao Yujia
Liang Qiuping
Jiang Lan
Ye Jiabei
44.22  Japan (JPN)
Mayumi Watanabe
Momoko Takahashi
Yumeka Sano
Chisato Fukushima
44.41
4×400 m relay
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 India (IND)
Manjeet Kaur
Sini Jose
Ashwini Akkunji
Mandeep Kaur
3:29.02
GR
 Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Marina Maslyonko
Viktoriya Yalovtseva
Margarita Matsko
Olga Tereshkova
3:30.03  China (CHN)
Zheng Zhihui
Tang Xiaoyin
Chen Lin
Chen Jingwen
3:30.89
Marathon
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 Zhou Chunxiu
China (CHN)
2:25:00  Zhu Xiaolin
China (CHN)
2:26:35  Kim Kum-ok
North Korea (PRK)
2:27:06
20 km walk
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 Liu Hong
China (CHN)
1:30:06
GR
 Masumi Fuchise
Japan (JPN)
1:30:34  Li Yanfei
China (CHN)
1:32:34
High jump
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 Svetlana Radzivil
Uzbekistan (UZB)
1.95
GR
 Nadiya Dusanova
Uzbekistan (UZB)
1.93  Anna Ustinova
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
1.90
 Zheng Xingjuan
China (CHN)
Pole vault
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 Li Caixia
China (CHN)
4.30  Li Ling
China (CHN)
4.30  Tomomi Abiko
Japan (JPN)
4.15
Long jump
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 Jung Soon-ok
South Korea (KOR)
6.53  Olga Rypakova
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
6.50  Yuliya Tarasova
Uzbekistan (UZB)
6.49
Triple jump
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 Olga Rypakova
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
14.78
GR
 Xie Limei
China (CHN)
14.18  Thitima Muangjan
Thailand (THA)
13.85
Shot put
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 Li Ling
China (CHN)
19.94  Gong Lijiao
China (CHN)
19.67  Lee Mi-young
South Korea (KOR)
17.51
Discus throw
details
 Li Yanfeng
China (CHN)
66.18
GR
 Song Aimin
China (CHN)
64.04  Krishna Poonia
India (IND)
61.94
Hammer throw
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 Zhang Wenxiu
China (CHN)
72.84  Wang Zheng
China (CHN)
68.17  Yuka Murofushi
Japan (JPN)
62.94
Javelin throw
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 Yuki Ebihara
Japan (JPN)
61.56
GR
 Xue Juan
China (CHN)
58.72  Li Lingwei
China (CHN)
57.51
Heptathlon
details
 Yuliya Tarasova
Uzbekistan (UZB)
5783  Yuki Nakata
Japan (JPN)
5606  Pramila Aiyappa
India (IND)
5415

Medal table[edit]

Liu Xiang retained his 110 m hurdles title to win gold for China.
Olga Rypakova's gold and silver in the jumps helped Kazakhstan.
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China (CHN) 13 15 8 36
2  India (IND) 5 2 5 12
3  Bahrain (BRN) 5 0 4 9
4  Japan (JPN) 4 8 8 20
5  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 4 4 3 11
6  South Korea (KOR) 4 3 3 10
7  Qatar (QAT) 3 3 4 10
8  Saudi Arabia (KSA) 3 2 3 8
9  Uzbekistan (UZB) 2 3 3 8
10  Iran (IRI) 2 3 0 5
11  Thailand (THA) 1 0 2 3
12  Tajikistan (TJK) 1 0 0 1
13  Vietnam (VIE) 0 3 2 5
14  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 0 1 1 2
15  Iraq (IRQ) 0 1 0 1
16  North Korea (PRK) 0 0 1 1
 Oman (OMA) 0 0 1 1
 United Arab Emirates (UAE) 0 0 1 1
Total 47 48 49 144

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 574 athletes from 41 nations competed in athletics at the 2010 Asian Games:[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "奥体中心场". gz2010.cn. 2010-08-23. Archived from the original on 9 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-26. 
  2. ^ "广州亚运会比赛场馆 大学城铁人三项赛场". Sohu. 2010-10-17. Retrieved 2010-10-26. 
  3. ^ Asian Games Records (as at 27.11.2010). Asian Athletics Association. Retrieved on 2010-11-28.
  4. ^ Athletics - Medal Standings. gz2010. Retrieved on 2010-11-28.
  5. ^ a b Athletics - Number of Entries by NOC. gz2010. Retrieved on 2010-11-28.
  6. ^ 70,000 watch Liu Xiang fly to 13.09sec victory - Asian Games, Day 4. IAAF (2010-11-25). Retrieved on 2010-11-28.
  7. ^ Ogunode and Fukushima complete doubles in Guangzhou - Asian Games, Day 5. IAAF (2010-11-26). Retrieved on 2010-11-28.
  8. ^ Three more gold for China, as Kamel bows out of 1500m in Guangzhou - Asian Games, Day 2. IAAF (2010-11-23). Retrieved on 2010-11-28.
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