2004 Asian Judo Championships

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The 2004 Asian Judo Championships were held at the Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports in Almaty, Kazakhstan from 15 May to 16 May 2004. A total of 194 judokas participated, 113 men and 81 women.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra lightweight
−60 kg
Bazarbek Donbay
 Kazakhstan
Cho Nam-suk
 South Korea
Tatsuaki Egusa
 Japan
Khashbaataryn Tsagaanbaatar
 Mongolia
Half lightweight
−66 kg
Muratbek Kipshakbayev
 Kazakhstan
Gantömöriin Dashdavaa
 Mongolia
Bang Gui-man
 South Korea
Murat Kalikulov
 Uzbekistan
Lightweight
−73 kg
Kim Jae-hoon
 South Korea
Sagdat Sadykov
 Kazakhstan
Egamnazar Akbarov
 Uzbekistan
Masahiro Takamatsu
 Japan
Half middleweight
−81 kg
Ramziddin Sayidov
 Uzbekistan
Reza Chahkhandagh
 Iran
Masahiko Tomouchi
 Japan
Kwon Young-woo
 South Korea
Middleweight
−90 kg
Park Sun-woo
 South Korea
Vyacheslav Pereteyko
 Uzbekistan
Krisna Bayu
 Indonesia
Hiroshi Izumi
 Japan
Half heavyweight
−100 kg
Askhat Zhitkeyev
 Kazakhstan
Jang Sung-ho
 South Korea
Takeo Shoji
 Japan
Abbas Fallah
 Iran
Heavyweight
+100 kg
Kim Sung-bum
 South Korea
Keiji Suzuki
 Japan
Yeldos Ikhsangaliyev
 Kazakhstan
Abdullo Tangriev
 Uzbekistan
Openweight Hong Sung-hyun
 South Korea
Yeldos Ikhsangaliyev
 Kazakhstan
Hidekazu Shoda
 Japan
Abbas Fallah
 Iran

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra lightweight
−48 kg
Kayo Kitada
 Japan
Ri Kyong-ok
 North Korea
Tatyana Shishkina
 Kazakhstan
Zhao Shunxin
 China
Half lightweight
−52 kg
Lee Eun-hee
 South Korea
Xian Dongmei
 China
An Kum-ae
 North Korea
Natsuko Kimijima
 Japan
Lightweight
−57 kg
Liu Yuxiang
 China
Khishigbatyn Erdenet-Od
 Mongolia
Kie Kusakabe
 Japan
Choe Hyon-ju
 North Korea
Half middleweight
−63 kg
Ayumi Tanimoto
 Japan
Lee Bok-hee
 South Korea
Hong Ok-song
 North Korea
Li Shufang
 China
Middleweight
−70 kg
Masae Ueno
 Japan
Kim Ryon-mi
 North Korea
Sagat Abikeyeva
 Kazakhstan
Kim Mi-jung
 South Korea
Half heavyweight
−78 kg
Sae Nakazawa
 Japan
Liu Xia
 China
Cho Soo-hee
 South Korea
Varvara Masyagina
 Kazakhstan
Heavyweight
+78 kg
Xue Fuyan
 China
Erdene-Ochiryn Dolgormaa
 Mongolia
Kei Eguchi
 Japan
Choi Sook-ie
 South Korea
Openweight Xu Lihui
 China
Mika Sugimoto
 Japan
Cho Hye-jin
 South Korea
Mariya Shekerova
 Uzbekistan

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  South Korea 5 3 6 14
2  Japan 4 2 9 15
3  Kazakhstan 3 2 4 9
4  China 3 2 2 7
5  Uzbekistan 1 1 4 6
6  Mongolia 0 3 1 4
7  North Korea 0 2 3 5
8  Iran 0 1 2 3
9  Indonesia 0 0 1 1
Total 16 16 32 64

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