1999 Asian Judo Championships

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The 1999 Asian Judo Championships were held in Wenzhou, China 25 June to 26 June 1999.

Medal overview[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (60 kg)
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 Jung Bu-Kyung (KOR)  Alisher Mukhtarov (UZB)  Tatsuaki Egusa (JPN)
 Masoud Akhondzadeh (IRI)
Half-lightweight (66 kg)
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 Arash Miresmaeili (IRI)  G. Nurmuhammedow (TKM)  Mansur Jumaev (UZB)
 Zhang Buanjun (CHN)
Lightweight (73 kg)
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 Min Sung-Ho (KOR)  Khaliuny Boldbaatar (MGL)  Egamnazar Akbarov (UZB)
 Denis Korobkov (KGZ)
Half-middleweight (81 kg)
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 Kwak Ok-Chol (PRK)  Kazem Sarikhani (IRI)  Farkhod Turaev (UZB)
 Kim Ki-Su (KOR)
Middleweight (90 kg)
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 Armen Bagdasarov (UZB)  Masaru Tanabe (JPN)  Alexey .A (KAZ)
 Li Zhiqiang (CHN)
Half-heavyweight (100 kg)
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 Jang Sung-Ho (KOR)  Khosrow Dalir (IRI)  Shigeru Kubota (JPN)
 Mikhail Sokolov (UZB)
Heavyweight (+100 kg)
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 Hiroaki Takahashi (JPN)  Pan Song (CHN)  Mahmoud Miran (IRI)
 Vyacheslav Berduta (KAZ)
Openweight
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 Pan Song (CHN)  Keigo Takamori (JPN)  Jang Sung-Ho (KOR)
 Mahmoud Miran (IRI)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (48 kg)
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 Cha Hyon-Hyang (PRK)  Tomoe Makabe (JPN)  Jin Shujiao (CHN)
 Yu Shu-Chen (TPE)
Half-lightweight (52 kg)
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 Kye Sun-Hui (PRK)  Liu Yuxiang (CHN)  Kazue Nagai (JPN)
 Jang Jae-Sim (KOR)
Lightweight (57 kg)
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 Wang Shuyan (CHN)  Ri Myong-Hwa (PRK)  Ayako Okazaki (JPN)
 Suzanna Akhmedova (UZB)
Half-middleweight (63 kg)
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 Sun Xiaofang (CHN)  Olesya Nazarenko (TKM)  Chigusa Minami (JPN)
 Kim Hwa-Soo (KOR)
Middleweight (70 kg)
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 Choi Young-Hee (KOR)  Qin Dongya (CHN)  Nadejda Jeltakova (TKM)
 Saki Yoshida (JPN)
Half-heavyweight (78 kg)
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 Yin Yufeng (CHN)  Hsu Hui-Yu (TPE)  Chika Teshima (JPN)
 Lee So-Yeon (KOR)
Heavyweight (+78 kg)
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 Zhang Qingli (CHN)  Kim Seon-Young (KOR)  Kanae Suzuki (JPN)
 Lee Hsiao-Hung (TPE)
Openweight
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 Zhang Qingli (CHN)  Kim Seon-Young (KOR)  Sambuu Dashdulam (MGL)
 Lee Hsiao-Hung (TPE)

Medals table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China63312
2 South Korea42511
3 North Korea3104
4 Japan13812
5 Iran1236
6 Uzbekistan1157
7 Turkmenistan0213
8 Chinese Taipei0134
9 Mongolia0112
10 Kazakhstan0022
11 Kyrgyzstan0011
Totals (11 nations)16163264

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