IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia

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"Challenge Cup of Asia" redirects here. For the association football tournament, see AFC Challenge Cup.

The IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia are a series of international ice hockey tournament on the continent of Asia. The purpose of the tournament is to provide competitive opportunities for Asian teams that are either in the lower divisions of the IIHF World Championship or do not compete in the World Championship. The first event was held in Hong Kong in 2008, with the second edition held a year later in the United Arab Emirates. A third edition took place on March 29 to April 4, 2010 in Chinese Taipei.[1]

The first women's tournament took place in Shanghai from April 10 to April 14, 2010 and the first University Challenge Cup of Asia took place in Goyang-Si, Seoul from May 12 to May 14, 2010.[2] Junior (U20) and U18 editions were introduced in 2012.

Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
2008
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 Hong Kong  Chinese Taipei  Malaysia  Hong Kong
2009
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United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi  United Arab Emirates  Thailand  Malaysia
2010
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Chinese Taipei Taipei City  Chinese Taipei  United Arab Emirates  Thailand
2011
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Kuwait Kuwait City  Hong Kong  United Arab Emirates  Thailand
2012
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India Dehradun  United Arab Emirates  Thailand  Malaysia
2013
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Thailand Bangkok  Chinese Taipei  Hong Kong  Mongolia
2014
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United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi  Chinese Taipei  United Arab Emirates  Mongolia
2015
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Chinese Taipei Taipei City

Division I[edit]

Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
2014
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Kyrgyzstan Bishkek  Macau  Kyrgyzstan  Singapore
2015
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Kuwait Kuwait City

Women's[edit]

Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
2010
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China Shanghai  China 1  Japan  North Korea
2011
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Japan Nikko  Japan  China  South Korea
2012
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China Qiqihar  Japan  China 1  China 2
2014
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China Harbin  China  North Korea  South Korea

Division I[edit]

Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
2014
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 Hong Kong  Hong Kong  Thailand  Singapore
2015
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Chinese Taipei Taipei City  Chinese Taipei  Thailand  Hong Kong

University[edit]

Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
2010
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South Korea Seoul  Japan  South Korea  China
2011
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China Changchun  Japan  South Korea  China

U20[edit]

Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
2012
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South Korea Seoul Russia MHL Red Stars  Japan  South Korea
2013
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Russia Khabarovsk  Japan Russia MHL Red Stars  South Korea
2014
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Russia Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Russia MHL Red Stars  Kazakhstan  Japan

U18[edit]

Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
2012
Details
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi  Thailand  United Arab Emirates  Malaysia

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