2005 Asian Athletics Championships

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2005 Asian Championships
Host city Incheon, South Korea
Date(s) September 1–4
Main stadium Munhak Stadium
Participation 536 athletes from
35 nations
Events 43

The 2005 Asian Athletics Championships were the 16th edition of the international athletics competition between Asian nations. It was held in Incheon, South Korea between 1–4 September 2005.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Yahya Al-Gahes
 Saudi Arabia
10.39 Shingo Suetsugu
 Japan
10.42 Khalid Yousef Al-Obaidli
 Qatar
10.45
200 metres
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Hamed Hamdan Al-Bishi
 Saudi Arabia
20.66 Tatsuro Yoshino
 Japan
20.68 Yang Yaozu
 China
20.85
400 metres
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Yuzo Kanemaru
 Japan
46.04 Prasanna Sampath Amarasekera
 Sri Lanka
46.48 Rohan Pradeep Kumara
 Sri Lanka
46.52
800 metres
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Majed Saeed Sultan
 Qatar
1:44.27 Abdulrahman Sulaiman
 Qatar
1:44.73 Sajjad Moradi
 Iran
1:44.74
1500 metres
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Ali Abu Bakr Kamal
 Qatar
3:44.24 Adnan Taess
 Iraq
3:44.57 Nasser Shams Karim
 Qatar
3:46.09
5000 metres
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James Kwalia
 Qatar
14:08.56 Daham Najim Bashir
 Qatar
14:15.92 Wu Wen-Chien
 Chinese Taipei
14:32.43
10,000 metres
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Essa Ismail Rashid
 Qatar
29:03.60 Moukheld Al-Outaibi
 Saudi Arabia
29:04.85 Ali Saadoun Al-Dawoodi
 Qatar
29:05.93
3000 metres steeplechase
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Moussa Omar Obaid
 Qatar
8:33.62 Mustafa Ahmed Shebto
 Qatar
8:40.86 Wu Wen-Chien
 Chinese Taipei
8:42.96
110 metres hurdles
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Liu Xiang
 China
13.30 Shi Dongpeng
 China
13.44 Rouhollah Askari
 Iran
13.89
400 metres hurdles
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Hadi Soua'an Al-Somaily
 Saudi Arabia
49.16 Yevgeniy Meleshenko
 Kazakhstan
49.18 Zhang Shibao
 China
49.65
20 kilometres walk
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Lu Ronghua
 China
1:25:30 Kim Hyun-Sup
 South Korea
1:25:41 Zhang Hong
 China
1:27:14
4 × 100 metres relay
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 Japan
Kazuyoshi Hidaka
Tatsuro Yoshino
Yusuke Omae
Shingo Suetsugu
39.10  Thailand
Seksan Wongsala
Wachara Sondee
Ekkachai Janthana
Sittichai Suwonprateep
39.23  Saudi Arabia
Farag Al-Dosari
Mubarak Ata Mubarak
Yahya Al-Ghahes
Hamed Al-Bishi
Bader Al-Ainain
39.25
4 × 400 metres relay
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 Japan
Yuki Yamaguchi
Yuzo Kanemaru
Hideo Togashi
Mitsuhiro Sato
3:03.51  Sri Lanka
Rohan Pradeep Kumara
Rohitha Pushpakumara
Manura Kuranage Perera
Prasanna Amarasekara
3:04.12  India
Anil Kumar Rohil
Bhupinder Singh
Satbir Singh
Patlavath Shankar
Aboo Backer
3:07.45
High jump
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Manjula Kumara Wijesekara
 Sri Lanka
2.27 NR Naoyuki Daigo
 Japan
2.23 Zhang Shufeng
 China
2.23
Pole vault
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Daichi Sawano
 Japan
5.40 Zhang Hongwei
 China
5.20 Takehito Ariki
 Japan
5.20
Long jump
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Ahmed Fayaz Marzouk
 Saudi Arabia
7.98 Oh Sang-Won
 South Korea
7.87 Zhou Can
 China
7.83
Triple jump
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Gu Junjie
 China
16.90w Kazuyoshi Ishikawa
 Japan
16.88 Kim Deok-Hyeon
 South Korea
16.78
Shot put
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Khalid Habash Al-Suwaidi
 Qatar
19.45 Navpreet Singh
 India
19.40 Zhang Qi
 China
19.02
Discus throw
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Ehsan Haddadi
 Iran
65.25 AR Vikas Gowda
 India
62.84 Abbas Samimi
 Iran
59.08[nb]
Hammer throw
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Ali Al-Zinkawi
 Kuwait
71.74 Dilshod Nazarov
 Tajikistan
71.38 Hiroaki Doi
 Japan
68.50
Javelin throw
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Li Rongxiang
 China
78.28 Jung Sang-Jin
 South Korea
76.85 Jagdish Kumar Bishnoi
 India
74.83
Decathlon
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Pavel Andreev
 Uzbekistan
7744 pts Kim Kun-Woo
 South Korea
7694 pts Hiromasa Tanaka
 Japan
7351 pts
  • nb The original bronze medalist, Anil Kumar, was disqualified for doping.[1]

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Qin Wangping
 China
11.47 Guzel Khubbieva
 Uzbekistan
11.56 Liang Yi
 China
11.62
200 metres
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Damayanthi Dharsha
 Sri Lanka
23.21 Guzel Khubbieva
 Uzbekistan
23.43 Ni Xiaoli
 China
23.58
400 metres
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Manjeet Kaur
 India
51.50 Satti Geetha
 India
51.75 Asami Tanno
 Japan
52.91
800 metres
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Miho Sugimori
 Japan
2:01.84 Santhi Soundarajan
 India
2:04.01 Zamira Amirova
 Uzbekistan
2:04.22
1500 metres
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Miho Sugimori
 Japan
4:12.69 Svetlana Lukasheva
 Kazakhstan
4:13.83 Yuriko Kobayashi
 Japan
4:14.15
5000 metres
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Bai Xue
 China
15:40.89 Lee Eun-Jung
 South Korea
15:41.67 Yumi Sato
 Japan
15:47.14
10,000 metres
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Bai Xue
 China
33:34.74 Yumi Sato
 Japan
33:42.11 Ham Bong-Sil
 North Korea
34:35.30
100 metres hurdles
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Su Yiping
 China
13.30 Lee Yeon-Kyoung
 South Korea
13.38 Kumiko Ikeda
 Japan
13.54
400 metres hurdles
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Huang Xiaoxiao
 China
55.63 Noraseela Khalid
 Malaysia
56.39 Makiko Yoshida
 Japan
56.85
20 kilometres walk
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He Dan
 China
1:34:25 Tang Yinghua
 China
1:34:50 Svetlana Tolstaya
 Kazakhstan
1:36:39
4 × 100 metres relay
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 Thailand
Sangwan Jaksunin
Orranut Klomdee
Juthamas Thavoncharoen
Nongnuch Sanrat
44.18  China
Jiang Zhiying
Liang Yi
Ni Xiaoli
Qin Wangping
44.24  Japan
Tomoko Ota
Sakie Nobuoka
Yuka Sato
Rina Fujimaki
44.85
4 × 400 metres relay
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 India
Rajwinder Kaur
Sathi Geetha
Chitra K. Soman
Manjeet Kaur
3:30.93  Kazakhstan
Natalya Torshina-Alimzhanova
Anna Gavriushenko
Tatyana Roslanova
Olga Tereshkova
3:32.61  Japan
Satomi Kubokura
Asami Tanno
Mayu Kida
Makiko Yoshida
3:33.54
High jump
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Tatyana Efimenko
 Kyrgyzstan
1.92 Jing Xuezhu
 China
1.92 Anna Ustinova
 Kazakhstan
1.84
Pole vault
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Gao Shuying
 China
4.53 CR Chang Ko-Hsin
 Chinese Taipei
4.10 NR= Roslinda Samsu
 Malaysia
4.10
Long jump
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Anju Bobby George
 India
6.65 Marestella Torres
 Philippines
6.63 NR Kumiko Ikeda
 Japan
6.52
Triple jump
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Xie Limei
 China
14.38 Anastasiya Zhuravlyeva
 Uzbekistan
14.14 Huang Qiuyan
 China
13.75
Shot put
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Li Meiju
 China
18.64 Zhang Guirong
 Singapore
18.57 Li Ling
 China
18.04
Discus throw
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Song Aimin
 China
65.15 CR Sun Taifeng
 China
59.09 Krishna Poonia
 India
57.67
Hammer throw
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Zhang Wenxiu
 China
70.05 Gu Yuan
 China
63.89 Yuka Murofushi
 Japan
62.62
Javelin throw
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Park Ho-Hyun
 South Korea
55.58 Lee Young-Sun
 South Korea
55.29 Anne Maheshi De Silva
 Sri Lanka
54.86
Heptathlon
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Soma Biswas
 India
5377 pts Sushmitha Singha Roy
 India
5308 pts Watcharaporn Masim
 Thailand
5279 pts

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 15 7 10 32
2  Japan 6 5 12 23
3  Qatar 6 3 3 11
4  India 4 5 3 12
5  Saudi Arabia 4 1 1 6
6  Sri Lanka 2 2 2 6
7  South Korea 1 7 1 9
8  Uzbekistan 1 3 1 5
9  Thailand 1 1 1 3
10  Iran 1 0 3 4
11=  Kyrgyzstan 1 0 0 1
11=  Kuwait 1 0 0 1
13  Kazakhstan 0 3 2 5
14  Chinese Taipei 0 1 2 3
15  Malaysia 0 1 1 2
16=  Iraq 0 1 0 1
16=  Philippines 0 1 0 1
16=  Singapore 0 1 0 1
16=  Tajikistan 0 1 0 1
20  North Korea 0 0 1 1

Participating nations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Doping Rule Violation". IAAF.org. 2007-09-14. Retrieved 2007-10-26.