Ju-jitsu at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games

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Ju-Jitsu was contested as a demonstration sport at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games in Hanoi, Vietnam from 3 November to 4 November 2009. The competition took place at Soc Son Gymnasium.

Medalists[edit]

Duo[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men  Iran (IRI)
Mohammad Rahattalab
Amir Houshang Hamsayeh
 Vietnam (VIE)  Iraq (IRQ)
Qutaiba Hussein
Murtadha Kamal
None awarded

Men's fighting[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−62 kg  Ali Hadi
Iraq (IRQ)
 Nguyễn Văn Bút
Vietnam (VIE)
 Mohd Subhi Ismail
Singapore (SIN)
None awarded
−69 kg  Mohammad Rahattalab
Iran (IRI)
 Mubarak Mochsin Abdat
Singapore (SIN)
 Ihab Tawfeeq
Iraq (IRQ)
 Phan Trung Hiếu
Vietnam (VIE)
−77 kg  Mohammad Mansouri Davar
Iran (IRI)
 Trận Thường
Vietnam (VIE)
 Siaf Khedher
Iraq (IRQ)
None awarded
−85 kg  Reza Abdoli
Iran (IRI)
 Murtadha Kamal
Iraq (IRQ)
None awarded
None awarded
−94 kg  Mehdi Ebrahimi
Iran (IRI)
 Qutaiba Hussein
Iraq (IRQ)
None awarded
None awarded
+94 kg  Hadi Rafiei
Iran (IRI)
 Ngô Văn Tu
Vietnam (VIE)
 Hussein Hasan
Iraq (IRQ)
None awarded

Women's fighting[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−55 kg  Dương Thị Thanh Minh
Vietnam (VIE)
 Celestine Seet
Singapore (SIN)
None awarded
None awarded
−62 kg  Phạm Thị Văn Anh
Vietnam (VIE)
 Kim Eon-kyung
South Korea (KOR)
None awarded
None awarded
+70 kg  Trần Thị Phương Trang
Vietnam (VIE)
 Akram Khani
Iran (IRI)
None awarded
None awarded

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Iran (IRI) 6 1 0 7
2  Vietnam (VIE) 3 4 1 8
3  Iraq (IRQ) 1 2 4 7
4  Singapore (SIN) 0 2 1 3
5  South Korea (KOR) 0 1 0 1
Total 10 10 6 26

Results[edit]

Duo[edit]

Men[edit]

November 4

Rank Team W L
1st  Iran (IRI) 2 0
2nd  Vietnam (VIE) 1 1
3rd  Iraq (IRQ) 0 2
  IRI IRQ VIE
Iran 72–62 81–72
Iraq 62–72 72–81
Vietnam 72–81 81–72

Men's fighting[edit]

62 kg[edit]

November 4

Rank Athlete W L
1st  Ali Hadi (IRQ) 2 0
2nd  Nguyễn Văn Bút (VIE) 1 1
3rd  Mohd Subhi Ismail (SIN) 0 2
  IRQ SIN VIE
 Hadi (IRQ) 5–4 6–4
 Ismail (SIN) 4–5 4–6
 Nguyễn (VIE) 4–6 6–4

69 kg[edit]

November 4

Semifinals Final
  Phan Trung Hiếu (VIE) 0  
  Mohammad Rahattalab (IRI) 8       Mohammad Rahattalab (IRI) 10
  Ihab Tawfeeq (IRQ) 6       Mubarak Mochsin Abdat (SIN) 3
  Mubarak Mochsin Abdat (SIN) 7  
Bronze
  Phan Trung Hiếu (VIE) 10
  Ihab Tawfeeq (IRQ) 13

77 kg[edit]

November 4

Semifinals Final
      
           Mohammad Mansouri Davar (IRI) 14
  Siaf Khedher (IRQ) 0       Trận Thường (VIE) 0
  Trận Thường (VIE) 14  

85 kg[edit]

November 3

Final
  Murtadha Kamal (IRQ) 2
  Reza Abdoli (IRI) 3

94 kg[edit]

November 3

Final
  Mehdi Ebrahimi (IRI) 13
  Qutaiba Hussein (IRQ) 3

+94 kg[edit]

November 3

Rank Athlete W L
1st  Hadi Rafiei (IRI) 2 0
2nd  Ngô Văn Tu (VIE) 1 1
3rd  Hussein Hasan (IRQ) 0 2
  IRI IRQ VIE
 Rafiei (IRI) 3–2 7–3
 Hasan (IRQ) 2–3 7–13
 Ngô (VIE) 3–7 13–7

Women's fighting[edit]

55 kg[edit]

November 3

Final
  Dương Thị Thanh Minh (VIE) 10
  Celestine Seet (SIN) 2

62 kg[edit]

November 3

Final
  Phạm Thị Văn Anh (VIE) 4
  Kim Eon-kyung (KOR) 2

+70 kg[edit]

November 4

Final
  Akram Khani (IRI) 3
  Trần Thị Phương Trang (VIE) 4

References[edit]