Shooting at the 1974 Asian Games

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Shooting at the 1974 Asian Games was held in Aryamehr Sport Complex, Tehran, Iran between 2 and 7 September 1974. Shooting comprised 11 events, all open to both men and women. Each team could enter four shooters per event but only one score from each country counts in the individual competitions.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  North Korea (PRK) 10 4 0 14
2  Japan (JPN) 6 5 4 15
3  China (CHN) 4 6 3 13
4  South Korea (KOR) 1 4 5 10
5  Thailand (THA) 1 2 6 9
6  India (IND) 0 1 1 2
7  Malaysia (MAS) 0 0 1 1
 Mongolia (MGL) 0 0 1 1
 Philippines (PHI) 0 0 1 1
Total 22 22 22 66

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Air pistol  Jin Chunba
China (CHN)
 Baek Il-hyon
North Korea (PRK)
 Vichit Chiewvej
Thailand (THA)
Air pistol
team
 Thailand (THA)
Vichit Chiewvej



 North Korea (PRK)
Baek Il-hyon



 China (CHN)
Jin Chunba



Center fire pistol  Hiroyuki Akatsuka
Japan (JPN)
 Yang Qiang
China (CHN)
 Püreviin Myagmarjav
Mongolia (MGL)
Center fire pistol
team
 China (CHN)
Bao Saina
Su Zhibo
Yang Qiang
Zhu Huayu
 Thailand (THA)
Vichit Chiewvej
Ratana Krajangphot
Viraj Visessiri
Boriboon Vutiphagdee
 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Dal-hyup
Kim Yong-bae
Ko Min-joon
Park Jong-jil
Rapid fire pistol  Yun Chang-ho
North Korea (PRK)
 Kanji Kubo
Japan (JPN)
 Zhang Runlong
China (CHN)
Rapid fire pistol
team
 North Korea (PRK)
Jun Sang-chol
Kim Heung-doo
Yun Chang-ho
Yun Eung-mook
 China (CHN)
Lu Zongjian
Wei Xinghang
Zhang Rongguo
Zhang Runlong
 Japan (JPN)
Hiroyuki Akatsuka
Takeo Kamachi
Kanji Kubo
Makoto Shiraishi
Standard pistol  Baek Il-hang
North Korea (PRK)
 Hiroyuki Akatsuka
Japan (JPN)
 Song Woong-ik
South Korea (KOR)
Standard pistol
team
 Japan (JPN)
Hiroyuki Akatsuka
Takeo Kamachi
Kazunori Kiyosue
Kanji Kubo
 North Korea (PRK)
Baek Il-hang
Jun Sang-chol
Kim Shoo-il
Yun Chang-ho
 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Dal-hyup
Kim Yong-bae
Park Jong-kil
Song Woong-ik
Free pistol  Su Zhibo
China (CHN)
 Masanobu Ohata
Japan (JPN)
 Sutham Asvanit
Thailand (THA)
Free pistol
team
 China (CHN)
Jin Chunba
Qi Kefa
Su Zhibao
Yang Qiang
 Japan (JPN)
Masanobu Ohata
Isamu Suzuki
Shinji Takahashi
Shigetoshi Tashiro
 Thailand (THA)
Sutham Asvanit
Ratana Krajangphot
Samak Majchainares
Veera Uppapong
Air rifle  Ri Ho-jun
North Korea (PRK)
 Kwon Jeong-keon
South Korea (KOR)
 Prisarn Chamornmarn
Thailand (THA)
Air rifle
team
 North Korea (PRK)
Ri Ho-jun
 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Il-hwan
Kwon Jeong-keon
Lee Bum-hyuk
Nam Sang-wan
 Japan (JPN)
Takeo Imamura
Small bore rifle prone  Sachio Hosokawa
Japan (JPN)
 Ri Woon-hae
North Korea (PRK)
 Li Bingyou
China (CHN)
Small bore rifle prone
team
 North Korea (PRK)
Choi Chang-yoon
Han Dong-kyu
Kim Kyong-ho
Ri Woon-hae
 South Korea (KOR)
Choi Chung-seok
Chu Hwa-il
Huh Wook-bong
Lee Kyun
 Japan (JPN)
Kumeo Fukasawa
Sachio Hosokawa
Kaoru Matsuo
Michiharu Ozaki
Small bore rifle 3 positions  Han Dong-kyu
North Korea (PRK)
 Ge Weilie
China (CHN)
 Huh Wook-bong
South Korea (KOR)
Small bore rifle 3 positions
team
 North Korea (PRK)
Han Dong-kyu
Kim Kyong-ho
Ri Ho-jun
Son Sung-hoon
 China (CHN)
Cui Shunyou
Ge Weilie
Leng Guiying
Liu Weisheng
 Japan (JPN)
Minoru Ito
Kaoru Matsuo
Michiharu Ozaki
Nobuhisa Tachibana
Small bore standard rifle 3 positions  Han Dong-kyu
North Korea (PRK)
 Leng Guiying
China (CHN)
 Somporn Onzhim
Thailand (THA)
Small bore standard rifle 3 positions
team
 North Korea (PRK)
Choi Chang-yoon
Han Dong-kyu
Kim Kyong-ho
Ri Ho-jun
 China (CHN)
Cui Shunyou
Leng Guiying
Li Xiaohui
Liu Weisheng
 Thailand (THA)
Prisarn Chamornmarn
Chavalit Kamutchati
Somporn Onzhim
Padet Vejsawarn
Trap  Jitsuka Matsuoka
Japan (JPN)
 Karni Singh
India (IND)
 George Earnshaw
Philippines (PHI)
Trap
team
 Japan (JPN)
T. Hisashi
Toshiyasu Ishige
Jitsuka Matsuoka
Masao Obara
 Thailand (THA)
Vudha Bhirombhakdi
Pavitr Gajaseni
Dipya Mongkollugsana
Phairoj Rodjaroen
 South Korea (KOR)
Chol Jeong-yon
Kim Nam-gu
Lee Chong-tae
Moo Un-yon
Skeet  Taro Aso
Japan (JPN)
 Lee Seung-kyun
South Korea (KOR)
 Karni Singh
India (IND)
Skeet
team
 South Korea (KOR)
Chang Je-keun
Lee Seung-kyun
Park Do-keun
Suh Hyun-joo
 Japan (JPN)
Taro Aso
Jitsuka Matsuoka
H. Takamatsu
Kazumi Watanabe
 Malaysia (MAS)
Stanley Lim
Ally Ong
Yap Pow Thong
Edmond Yong

Results[edit]

Note: The following lists may not be complete.

Air pistol[edit]

September 7

Center fire pistol[edit]

September 6

Rapid fire pistol[edit]

September 3–4

Standard pistol[edit]

September 5

Free pistol[edit]

September 2

Air rifle[edit]

September 6

Small bore rifle prone[edit]

September 3

Small bore rifle 3 positions[edit]

September 4

Small bore standard rifle 3 positions[edit]

September 5

Trap[edit]

September 2–4

Skeet[edit]

September 5–7

References[edit]

  1. ^ "China strike the golden target". The Straits Times. 3 September 1974. Retrieved 23 January 2012.