Athletics at the 2013 East Asian Games

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Athletics at the 2013 East Asian Games
Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium.jpg
Host stadium in Tianjin.
Host city Tianjin, China
Date(s) 7 – 9 October
Main stadium Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium
Participation 9 nations
Events 29
2017


The athletics events at the 2013 East Asian Games were held in Tianjin, China from 7 to 9 October.[1]

Four Games records were broken at the competition.[2]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Su Bingtian (CHN) 10.31  Ryota Yamagata (JPN) 10.31  Kazuma Oseto (JPN) 10.48
200 metres  Asuka Cambridge (JPN) 20.93  Shōta Iizuka (JPN) 21.01  Cho Kyu-Won (KOR) 21.57
400 metres  Lim Chan-Ho (KOR) 46.58  Chen Jianxin (CHN) 46.63  Naoki Kobayashi (JPN) 46.76
800 metres  Sho Kawamoto (JPN) 1:53.18  Teng Haining (CHN) 1:53.52  Choi Hyeon-Gi (KOR) 1:54.56
1500 metres  Zhang Haikun (CHN) 3:52.85  Shin Sang-Min (KOR) 3:53.34  Munkhbayar Narandulam (MGL) 3:54.10
5000 metres  Sota Hoshi (JPN) 14:25.00  Ser-Od Bat-Ochir (MGL) 14:28.24  Yu Seung-Yeop (KOR) 14:30.57
110 metres hurdles  Jiang Fan (CHN) 13.58  Kim Byung-Jun (KOR) 13.61  Ji Wei (CHN) 13.70
400 metres hurdles  Cheng Wen (CHN) 49.66  Chen Chieh (TPE) 49.90  Keisuke Nozawa (JPN) 50.61
4×100 m relay  Japan (JPN)
Ryota Yamagata
Shōta Iizuka
Asuka Cambridge
Kazuma Oseto
38.44 GR  Hong Kong (HKG)
Tang Yik Chun
Lai Chun Ho
Ng Ka Fung
Tsui Chi Ho
39.12  China (CHN)
Zhang Peimeng
Zheng Dongsheng
Su Bingtian
Liang Jiahong
39.19
4×400 m relay  China (CHN)
Cui Haojing
Chang Pengben
Zhang Yunpeng
Chen Jianxin
3:07.27  Japan (JPN)
Kengo Yamazaki
Naoki Kobayashi
Sho Kawamoto
Keisuke Nozawa
3:07.32  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Chen Yu-Teh
Wang Wen-Tang
Lo Yen-Yao
Chen Chieh
3:10.72
Pole vault  Seito Yamamoto (JPN) 5.50 m  Zhou Bo (CHN) 5.30 m  Hiroki Ogita (JPN) 5.30 m
Long jump  Kim Sang-Su (KOR) 7.71 m  Yun Zhiming (CHN) 7.69 m  Yuhi Oiwa (JPN) 7.64 m
Triple jump  Fu Haitao (CHN) 16.21 m  Cao Shuo (CHN) 16.15 m  Tsai Yi-Da (TPE) 15.16 m
Shot put  Wang Guangfu (CHN) 19.34 m  Wang Like (CHN) 19.21 m  Chang Ming-huang (TPE) 19.19 m
Hammer throw  Wan Yong (CHN) 69.26 m  Lee Yun-Chul (KOR) 67.65 m  Qi Dakai (CHN) 67.01 m
Javelin throw  Zhao Qinggang (CHN) 82.97 m GR  Huang Shih-Feng (TPE) 82.11 m NR  Genki Dean (JPN) 77.35 m

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Wei Yongli (CHN) 11.57  Tao Yujia (CHN) 11.72  Akane Kimura (JPN) 11.99
200 metres  Wei Yongli (CHN) 23.71  Yuan Qiqi (CHN) 24.15  Kim Min-Ji (KOR) 24.25
400 metres  Chen Jingwen (CHN) 53.76  Tang Xiaoyin (CHN) 54.31  Saki Torihara (JPN) 54.92
800 metres  Song Tingting (CHN) 2:08.89  Miho Ito (JPN) 2:11.07  Khishigsaikhan Galbadrakh (MGL) 2:16.28
1500 metres  Zhao Jing (CHN) 4:17.87  Liu Fang (CHN) 4:19.40  Chikako Mori (JPN) 4:20.04
5000 metres  Riko Matsuzaki (JPN) 16:09.72  Kim Chun Mi (PRK) 16:35.79  Fu Tinglian (CHN) 16:40.52
10,000 metres  Yuko Shimizu (JPN) 32:50.42  Jiang Xiaoli (CHN) 34:04.57  Kim Chun Mi (PRK) 34:17.29
100 metres hurdles  Wu Shujiao (CHN) 12.93 GR  Eriko Soma (JPN) 13.22  Jung Hye-Lim (KOR) 13.41
400 metres hurdles  Xiao Xia (CHN) 56.97  Sayaka Aoki (JPN) 58.06  Jo Eun-Ju (KOR) 58.44
3000 metres steeplechase  Li Zhenzhu (CHN) 9:53.17 GR  Misaki Sango (JPN) 9:54.02  Pak Kum Hyang (PRK) 10:04.83 NR
4×100 m relay  China (CHN)
Tao Yujia
Wei Yongli
Lin Huijun
Yuan Qiqi
43.66  Japan (JPN)
Anna Doi
Akane Kimura
Kana Ichikawa
Yuki Tamura
45.17  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Syu Yong-Jie
Huang Yu-Ching
Ko Ching-Ting
Shen Wan-Zhen
45.61
4×400 m relay  China (CHN)
Zhou Yanling
Chen Yanmei
Tang Xiaoyin
Chen Jingwen
3:35.65  Japan (JPN)
Sayaka Aoki
Saki Torihara
Haruka Shibata
Miho Shingu
3:40.55  Hong Kong (HKG)
Poon Hang Wai
Chan Sin Hung
Christy Ho Yan Lam
Poon Hang Wa
4:00.05
Shot put  Liu Xiangrong (CHN) 18.40 m  Lin Chia-ying (TPE) 16.95 m  Meng Qianqian (CHN) 16.92 m

Medal table[edit]

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 20 11 5 36
2  Japan 7 9 9 25
3  South Korea 2 3 6 11
4  Chinese Taipei 0 3 4 7
5=  North Korea 0 1 2 3
5=  Mongolia 0 1 2 3
7  Hong Kong 0 1 1 2
Total 29 29 29 87

References[edit]

  1. ^ Athletics Schedule 2013
  2. ^ Mulkeen, Jon (2013-10-10). Chinese athletes dominate on home soil at East Asian Games. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-13.