1963 Asian Cycling Championships

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1963 Asian Cycling Championships
Host city Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Date(s)  (1963-06-02 - 1963-06-08)June 2–8, 1963
Velodrome Merdeka Stadium
Nations participating 8
Events 11
1965 →

The 1963 Asian Cycling Championships took place at the Merdeka Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 2 to 8 June 1963.

Medal summary[edit]

Road[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual road race
200 km
Taworn Jirapan
 Thailand
Masashi Omiya
 Japan
Wanchai Wilasineekul
 Thailand
Team road race
200 km
 Thailand
Taworn Jirapan
Wanchai Wilasineekul
Vitool Charernratana
 Japan
Masashi Omiya
Norio Hotogi
Hiroshi Yamao
 Iran
Akbar Poudeh
Mashallah Aminsorour
Hassan Roustaei
Individual time trial
1000 m
Taworn Jirapan
 Thailand
Masashi Omiya
 Japan
Ng Joo Pong
 Malaysia
Team time trial
3 × 8.475 km
 Japan
Masashi Omiya
Norio Hotogi
Yoshio Shimura
Hiroshi Yamao
 Iran
Mashallah Aminsorour
Esmaeil Hosseini
Hassan Roustaei
Akbar Poudeh
 Thailand
Taworn Jirapan
Wanchai Wilasineekul
Pitaya Kirdtubtin
Vitool Charernratana
Team time trial
100 km
 Japan  Thailand
Taworn Jirapan
Wanchai Wilasineekul
Vitool Charernratana
Pronchai Chawbemrung
 Iran

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mass start
800 m
Preeda Chullamondhol
 Thailand
Eizo Kobayashi
 Japan
Shaharuddin Jaffar
 Malaysia
Mass start
1600 m
Reynaldo Rico
 Philippines
Raffi Baharawi
 Singapore
Stephen Lim
 Malaysia
Mass start
4800 m
Pacifico Ortiz
 Philippines
Vitool Charernratana
 Thailand
Conrad Talalla
 Malaysia
Mass start
10000 m
Roberto Sanchez
 Philippines
Taworn Jirapan
 Thailand
Hamid Najat
 Singapore
Team time trial
1600 m
 Malaya
Ng Joo Pong
Conrad Talalla
Hamzah Ahmad
Andrew Michael
 Singapore
Rohani Sukari
Raffi Baharawi
Kwa Chin Swee
Tjow Choon Woon
 Philippines
Adolfo Corpus
Claudio Romeo
Pacifico Ortiz
Roberto Sanchez
Team pursuit
4000 m
 Malaya  Iran  South Vietnam

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Thailand 4 3 2 9
2  Philippines 3 0 1 4
3  Japan 2 4 0 6
4  Malaya 2 0 4 6
5  Iran 0 2 2 4
6  Singapore 0 2 1 3
7  South Vietnam 0 0 1 1
Total 11 11 11 33

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