1983 Asian Athletics Championships

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The fifth Asian Championships in Athletics were held in November 1983 in Kuwait City, Kuwait.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Suchart Chairsuvaparb
 Thailand
10.47 Sumet Promna
 Thailand
10.52 Mohammed Purnomo
 Indonesia
10.60
200 metres Sumet Promna
 Thailand
21.39 Mohammed Purnomo
 Indonesia
21.64 Chang Jae-Keun
 South Korea
21.70
400 metres Isidro del Prado
 Philippines
46.24 Aouf Abdulrahman Yousef
 Iraq
46.74 Mohamed Nordin Jadi
 Malaysia
46.76
800 metres Najem Abdullah Mutlaq
 Kuwait
1:49.43 Khalid Khalifa
 Kuwait
1:49.97 Wang Lung-Hua
 Chinese Taipei
1:49.98
1500 metres Suresh Yadav
 India
3:44.74 Susumu Yoshida
 Japan
3:45.67 Najem Abdullah Mutlaq
 Kuwait
3:45.77
5000 metres Zhang Guowei
 China
14:07.72 Raj Kumar
 India
14:22.56 Park Kyung-Duk
 South Korea
14:25.85
10000 metres Zhang Guowei
 China
29:45.41 Park Kyung-Duk
 South Korea
30:04.89 Mohammad Vojdanzadeh
 Iran
30:20.88
3000 metre steeplechase Hwang Wen-Cheng
 Chinese Taipei
8:54.85 Hector Begeo
 Philippines
8:55.57 Anokh Singh
 India
9:05.80
110 metres hurdles Wu Ching-Jing
 Chinese Taipei
13.90 Yu Zhicheng
 China
14.16 Ahmed Hamada Jassim
 Bahrain
14.24
(NR)
400 metres hurdles Ahmed Hamada Jassim
 Bahrain
49.43 Shigenori Ohmori
 Japan
50.69 Lin Cheng-Jih
 Chinese Taipei
51.09
High jump Zhu Jianhua
 China
2.31 Qassim Mohammed
 Iraq
2.10 Chin Yi-Shik
 South Korea
2.05
Pole vault Zhang Chen
 China
5.00 Ku Chin-shui
 Chinese Taipei
4.80 Sunder Singh Tanwar
 India
4.50
Long jump Liu Yuhuang
 China
7.97 Lee Bou-Chai
 Chinese Taipei
7.70 Koji Umemoto
 Japan
7.60
Triple jump Mai Guoqiang
 China
16.25 Yasushi Ueta
 Japan
16.10 Park Young-Jun
 South Korea
15.80
Shot put Mohammed Al-Zinkawi
 Kuwait
17.90 Balwinder Singh
 India
16.89 Iqbal Singh
 India
16.72
Discus throw Li Weinan
 China
55.40 Ajmer Singh
 India
52.30 Nejim Abdulrazak
 Kuwait
51.00
Hammer throw Xie Yingqi
 China
65.78 Masayuki Kawata
 Japan
65.60 Raghubir Singh Bal
 India
60.52
Javelin throw Masami Yoshida
 Japan
79.50 Kazuhiro Mizoguchi
 Japan
70.16 Chen Hung-Yen
 Chinese Taipei
68.20
Decathlon Lee Fu-an
 Chinese Taipei
7641 Ku Chin-shui
 Chinese Taipei
7438 Takeshi Kojo
 Japan
7277
20 kilometre road walk Chand Ram
 India
1:30:14 Zhang Fuzin
 China
1:32:14 Buta Singh
 India
1:43:19
4 × 100 metres relay  China 40.16  Thailand 40.25  South Korea 40.60
4 × 400 metres relay  Iraq 3:07.98  India 3:11.02  Philippines 3:11.09

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Lydia de Vega
 Philippines
11.82 Valapa Pinij
 Thailand
12.01 Shen Su-Feng
 Chinese Taipei
12.07
200 metres Lydia de Vega
 Philippines
24.07 P.T. Usha
 India
24.68 Mo Myung-Hee
 South Korea
24.72
400 metres P.T. Usha
 India
54.20 Junko Yoshida
 Japan
54.65 Lydia de Vega
 Philippines
55.66
800 metres Huo Lianzhu
 China
2:08.92 Im Chun-Sil
 North Korea
2:09.20 Geng Xiuquan
 China
2:10.02
1500 metres Geng Xiuquan
 China
4:30.72 Gao Suju
 China
4:31.10 Kim Lyong-Soon
 North Korea
4:31.13
3000 metres Kim Lyong-Soon
 North Korea
9:39.64 Kim Chun-Hwa
 North Korea
9:41.34 Kim Soon-Hwa
 South Korea
9:47.19
100 metres hurdles Emi Sasaki (Akimoto)
 Japan
13.63 Liu Huajin
 China
13.82 Lin Yueh-Hsiang
 Chinese Taipei
14.04
400 metres hurdles Yoko Sato
 Japan
59.89 Chizuko Akimoto
 Japan
59.95 Agrifina de la Cruz
 Philippines
61.26
High jump Zheng Dazhen
 China
1.84 Ge Ping
 China
1.84 Kim Hee-sun
 South Korea
1.81
Long jump Liao Wenfen
 China
6.21 Elma Muros
 Philippines
6.09 Huang Donghuo
 China
6.08
Shot put Lu Cheng
 China
17.38 So Bok-Hui
 North Korea
14.61 Woo Kyon-Sun
 South Korea
14.12
Discus throw Jiao Yunxiang
 China
53.00 Chun Hwa-Kyung
 South Korea
47.20 Jeanette Ayoub
 Lebanon
37.06
Javelin throw Xin Xiaoli
 China
53.48 Lee Huei-Cheng
 Chinese Taipei
42.48 -
Heptathlon Hisako Hashimoto
 Japan
5486 Ye Lianying
 China
5394 Chen Jin-Yun
 Chinese Taipei
5075
4 × 100 metres relay  Thailand 46.12  Chinese Taipei 46.42  Japan 46.47
4 × 400 metres relay  Thailand 3:48.62  Chinese Taipei 3:58.52  Jordan 4:17.41

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 16 6 2 24
2  Japan 4 7 3 14
3  Thailand 4 3 0 7
4  Chinese Taipei 3 6 6 15
5  India 3 5 5 13
6  Philippines 3 2 3 8
7  Kuwait 2 1 2 5
8  North Korea 1 3 1 5
9  Iraq 1 2 0 3
10  Bahrain 1 0 1 2
11  South Korea 0 2 9 11
12  Indonesia 0 1 1 2
13  Malaysia 0 0 1 1
13  Iran 0 0 1 1
13  Jordan 0 0 1 1
13  Lebanon 0 0 1 1

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