1975 Asian Athletics Championships

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1975 Asian Championships
Host citySouth Korea Seoul, South Korea
Date(s)June 9-14
Main stadiumDongdaemun Stadium
Participationat least 14 nations


The second Asian Championships in athletics were held in 1975 in Seoul, South Korea.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Anat Ratanapol
 Thailand
10.87 Masahide Jinno
 Japan
10.90 Ramaswamy Gnanasekharan
 India
11.18
200 metres Anat Ratanapol
 Thailand
21.28 Susumu Shimizu
 Japan
21.66 Kazuhiko Sakuma
 Japan
21.70
400 metres Sri Ram Singh
 India
47.03 Ku Boon-Chil
 South Korea
47.29 Yoshiharu Tomonaga
 Japan
47.30
800 metres Sri Ram Singh
 India
1:47.8a Takashi Ishii
 Japan
1:48.4a Pratap Kumar
 India
1:48.5a
1500 metres Takashi Ishii
 Japan
3:48.6a Triguna Mani Tiwari
 India
3:49.4a Tang Kuang-Chia
 Taiwan
3:49.5a
5000 metres Kunimitsu Ito
 Japan
14:00.8a Shivnath Singh
 India
14:01.2a Hari Chand
 India
14:02.4a
10000 metres Hari Chand
 India
29:12.0a Shivnath Singh
 India
29:14.6a Kenji Tajima
 Japan
29:31.6a
Marathon Sueki Tanaka
 Japan
2:32:06 Susumu Sato
 Japan
2:37:51 Jit Bahadur Chetri
   Nepal
2:39:06
3000 metre steeplechase Harbeil Singh
 India
8:46.6a Hitoshi Iwabuchi
 Japan
8:56.6a Noriyuki Nakamura
 Japan
8:57.8a
110 metres hurdles Tai Shi-Yan
 Taiwan
14.24 Ahmad Ishtiaq Mubarak
 Malaysia
14.45 Shigeo Oki
 Japan
14.45
400 metres hurdles Tai Shi-Yan
 Taiwan
51.15 Abdulatif Yousef Hashim
 Kuwait
51.94 Akira Nishimura
 Japan
52.18
High jump Teymour Ghiassi
 Iran
2.14 Yoshikazu Okuda
 Japan
2.14 Takeyoshi Sawa
 Japan
2.11
Pole vault Yoshiomi Iwama
 Japan
5.20 Michio Shimazu
 Japan
4.80 Hong Sang-Pyo
 South Korea
4.20
Long jump T.C. Yohannan
 India
7.65 Kazuaki Norioka
 Japan
7.49 Lee Pyong-Song
 South Korea
7.47
Triple jump Toshihisa Yashimoto
 Japan
15.87 Hironobu Kobayashi
 Japan
15.83 Chen Chin-Long
 Taiwan
15.82
Shot put Bahadur Singh Chouhan
 India
17.70 Jagraj Singh Mann
 India
17.47 Yoshihisa Ishida
 Japan
15.57
Discus throw Praveen Kumar
 India
54.78 Jalal Keshmiri
 Iran
53.78 Kiyotaka Kawasaki
 Japan
50.44
Hammer throw Yoshihisa Ishida
 Japan
62.84 Nobuyuki Ifuku
 Japan
60.28 Raghubir Singh Bal
 India
58.80
Javelin throw Toshihiro Yamada
 Japan
74.92 Toshiyuki Shimada
 Japan
72.68 Chen Ping-Huang
 Taiwan
70.04
Decathlon Suresh Babu
 India
6931 Hisashi Iwai
 Japan
6912 Masanori Ikuta
 Japan
6816
20 kilometre road walk Khoo Chong Beng
 Malaysia
1:40:43 Baldev Singh
 India
1:44:17 Nobu Nakamichi
 Japan
1:45:26
4 × 100 metres relay  Japan 40.38  Singapore 41.14  India 41.35
4 × 400 metres relay  India 3:08.2a  Japan 3:08.9a  Sri Lanka 3:13.4a

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Esther Rot
 Israel
11.91 Carolina Rieuwpassa
 Indonesia
12.09 Yukiko Osako
 Japan
12.13
200 metres Esther Rot
 Israel
23.72 Yukiko Osako
 Japan
24.46 Carolina Rieuwpassa
 Indonesia
24.52
400 metres Kim Kyung-Sook
 North Korea
56.24 Chee Swee Lee
 Singapore
56.41 Keiko Nagasawa
 Japan
57.93
800 metres Lee Chiu-Hsia
 Taiwan
2:08.1a Masae Namba
 Japan
2:09.9a Kumiko Nishi
 Japan
2:10.8a
1500 metres Lee Chiu-Hsia
 Taiwan
4:23.0a Kumiko Nishi
 Japan
4:26.4a Hana Shezifi
 Israel
4:27.2a
3000 metres Lee Chiu-Hsia
 Taiwan
9:39.8a Kwon Nam-Soon
 South Korea
9:46.8a Hana Shezifi
 Israel
9:55.2a
100 metres hurdles Tomoko Dazai
 Japan
14.25 Lin Yet-Hsiang
 Taiwan
14.25 Fumiko Yamane
 Japan
14.52
400 metres hurdles Woo Seun-Sook
 South Korea
62.89 Marina Chin Leng Sim
 Malaysia
63.89 Ting Chun-Yi
 Taiwan
64.13
High jump Hisao Tsuchiya
 Japan
1.74 Michiyo Inaoka
 Japan
1.74 Ruth Tslochenko
 Israel
1.74
Long jump Keiko Ogawa
 Japan
6.15 Kyoko Shimizu
 Japan
5.93 Lin Yet-Hsiang
 Taiwan
5.82
Shot put Paik Ok-Ja
 South Korea
16.39 Chen Fu-Mei
 Taiwan
13.52 Yukari Seo
 Japan
13.50
Discus throw Paik Ok-Ja
 South Korea
47.74 Matsuko Takahashi
 Japan
46.34 Mikiko Tokita
 Japan
45.90
Javelin throw Keiko Myogai
 Japan
53.48 Naomi Shibusawa
 Japan
51.40 Lee Bok-Soon
 South Korea
49.48
Pentathlon Kyoko Shimizu
 Japan
4064 Ruth Tslochenko
 Israel
3687 Hotsumi Harada
 Japan
3667
4 × 100 metres relay  Japan 46.73  South Korea "A" 48.13  South Korea "B" 48.28
4 × 400 metres relay  Japan 3:40.4a  South Korea 3:53.1a  Singapore 3:54.0a

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan (JPN)15201853
2 India (IND)95519
3 Taiwan (TWN)52512
4 South Korea (KOR)34411
5 Israel (ISR)2136
6 Thailand (THA)2002
7 Malaysia (MAS)1203
8 Iran (IRN)1102
9 North Korea (PRK)1001
10 Singapore (SIN)0213
11 Indonesia (INA)0112
12 Kuwait (KUW)0101
13   Nepal (NEP)0011
 Sri Lanka (SRI)0011
Totals (14 nations)393939117


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