2006 Asian Wrestling Championships

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2006 Asian Championships
Host cityKazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan
Dates4–9 April
Champions
Freestyle Iran
Greco-Roman Kazakhstan
Women Japan
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The 2006 Asian Wrestling Championships were held in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The event took place from April 4 to April 9, 2006.

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Kazakhstan62614
2 Japan5229
3 Iran32510
4 South Korea30912
5 China26311
6 North Korea1304
7 Mongolia1225
8 Kyrgyzstan0235
9 Uzbekistan0178
10 Chinese Taipei0123
11 Vietnam0022
12 Iraq0011
Totals (12 nations)21214284

Team ranking[edit]

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1  Iran 55  Kazakhstan 61  Japan 68
2  Kazakhstan 54  South Korea 60  China 62
3  Japan 38  Iran 50  Kazakhstan 40
4  Mongolia 36  Uzbekistan 48  Kyrgyzstan 35
5  China 35  Kyrgyzstan 44  South Korea 32

Medal summary[edit]

Men's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Mohammad Rezaei
 Iran
Jon Hyon-guk
 North Korea
Masashi Saito
 Japan
Yoo Hyun-jin
 South Korea
60 kg Ri Yong-chol
 North Korea
Morad Mohammadi
 Iran
Bauyrzhan Orazgaliyev
 Kazakhstan
Sentedorjiin Sükhbaatar
 Mongolia
66 kg Leonid Spiridonov
 Kazakhstan
Buyanjavyn Batzorig
 Mongolia
Baek Jin-kuk
 South Korea
Arslan Khutaliev
 Uzbekistan
74 kg Hadi Habibi
 Iran
Si Riguleng
 China
Talant Jekshenov
 Kyrgyzstan
Yosuke Kato
 Japan
84 kg Chagnaadorjiin Ganzorig
 Mongolia
Zaurbek Sokhiev
 Uzbekistan
Majid Khodaei
 Iran
Gennadiy Laliyev
 Kazakhstan
96 kg Nurzhan Katayev
 Kazakhstan
Aleksey Krupnyakov
 Kyrgyzstan
Hamid Seifi
 Iran
Gurjavyn Batpürev
 Mongolia
120 kg Marid Mutalimov
 Kazakhstan
Liang Lei
 China
Hadi Pouralijan
 Iran
Urmat Mustapaev
 Kyrgyzstan

Men's Greco-Roman[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Lee Jung-baik
 South Korea
Cha Kwang-su
 North Korea
Akbar Kuziev
 Uzbekistan
Hamid Banitamim
 Iran
60 kg Nurbakyt Tengizbayev
 Kazakhstan
Sheng Jiang
 China
Bae Myung-hwan
 South Korea
Jakhongir Imanov
 Uzbekistan
66 kg Jung Ji-hyun
 South Korea
Kim Kum-chol
 North Korea
Ravshan Ruzikulov
 Uzbekistan
Beibit Nugumanov
 Kazakhstan
74 kg Davoud Abedinzadeh
 Iran
Daniar Kobonov
 Kyrgyzstan
Bakhodir Muminov
 Uzbekistan
Roman Melyoshin
 Kazakhstan
84 kg Kim Jung-sub
 South Korea
Vitaliy Zakharchenko
 Kazakhstan
Denis Zdorikov
 Uzbekistan
Ghasem Rezaei
 Iran
96 kg Margulan Assembekov
 Kazakhstan
Chen Xiaofei
 China
Abdulmalik Aliev
 Uzbekistan
Han Tae-young
 South Korea
120 kg Georgiy Tsurtsumia
 Kazakhstan
Sajjad Barzi
 Iran
Kim Gwang-seok
 South Korea
Jassim Breesam
 Iraq

Women's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Yuri Funatsu
 Japan
Wu Li-chuan
 Chinese Taipei
Li Xiaomei
 China
Kim Hyung-joo
 South Korea
51 kg Wen Juling
 China
Yuri Kai
 Japan
Lê Thị Trang
 Vietnam
Wang Ying-chi
 Chinese Taipei
55 kg Chikako Matsukawa
 Japan
Liu Haixin
 China
Nghiêm Thị Giang
 Vietnam
Lee So-lae
 South Korea
59 kg Seiko Yamamoto
 Japan
Su Lihui
 China
Su Ying-tzu
 Chinese Taipei
Park Sang-eun
 South Korea
63 kg Ayako Shoda
 Japan
Yelena Shalygina
 Kazakhstan
Hang Jin-young
 South Korea
Gao Pei
 China
67 kg Su Huihua
 China
Mimi Sugawara
 Japan
Olga Kalinina
 Kazakhstan
Iana Panova
 Kyrgyzstan
72 kg Kyoko Hamaguchi
 Japan
Ochirbatyn Burmaa
 Mongolia
Qin Xiaoqing
 China
Olga Zhanibekova
 Kazakhstan

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