2007 Asian Athletics Championships

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2007 Asian Championships
Amman2007logo.jpg
Host city Jordan Amman, Jordan
Date(s) July 25–29
Main stadium Amman International Stadium
Participation 34 nations
Events 44

The 17th Asian Athletics Championships were held on the Amman International Stadium in Amman, Jordan between 25 July and 29 July 2007. It was moved in the last minute from original host country Lebanon due to the unrest in that country.

Countries like China did not send their best athletes, instead choosing to prepare for the 2007 World Championships which were staged a month later.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
Samuel Francis
 Qatar
9.99 AR Masahide Ueno
 Japan
10.26 Ibrahim Abdulla Al-Waleed
 Qatar
10.30
200 m
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Kenji Fujimitsu
 Japan
20.85 Ibrahim Abdulla Al-Waleed
 Qatar
20.98 Khalil Al-Hanahneh
 Jordan
21.03
400 m
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Prasanna Sampath Amarasekara
 Sri Lanka
46.71 Reza Bouazar
 Iran
46.90 Mohammad Akefian
 Iran
46.93
800 m
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Mohammed Obeid Al-Salhi
 Saudi Arabia
1:51.73 Sajjad Moradi
 Iran
1:52.22 Abubaker Ali Kamal
 Qatar
1:52.22
1500 m
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Mohammed Othman Shaween
 Saudi Arabia
3:46.85 Sajjad Moradi
 Iran
3:47.01 Abubaker Ali Kamal
 Qatar
3:47.22
5000 m
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Felix Kikwai Kibore
 Qatar
14:07.12 Abdullah Ahmad Hassan
 Qatar
14:08.66 Abedeen Isa Ishaq
 Bahrain
14:18.47
10,000 m
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Abdullah Ahmad Hassan
 Qatar
29:45.95 Sedam Ali Dawoud
 Qatar
29:58.33 Hassan Mahboob Ali
 Bahrain
30:05.12
110 m h
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Tasuku Tanonaka
 Japan
13.51 Mohamed Issa Al-Thawadi
 Qatar
13.55 Wu Youjia
 China
13.68
400 m h
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Yevgeniy Meleshenko
 Kazakhstan
50.01 Yosuke Tsushima
 Japan
50.14 Joseph Abraham
 India
50.28
3000 m st.
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Ali Ahmed Al-Amri
 Saudi Arabia
8:40.25 Zakrya Ali Kamil
 Qatar
8:40.49 Mustafa Ahmed Shebto
 Qatar
8:47.99
20 km walk
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Cui Zhide
 China
1:30:21.30 Shin Il-Yong
 South Korea
1:31:33.42 Rustam Kuvatov
 Kazakhstan
1:32:37.56
4 x 100 m
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 Thailand
Taweesak Pooltong,
Wachara Sondee,
Sompote Suwannarangsri,
Sittichai Suwonprateep
39.34  Qatar
Saad Al-Shahwani,
Samuel Francis,
Areef Ibrahim Badar,
Ibrahim Abdulla Al-Waleed
39.64  China
Wen Yongti,
Cao Jian,
Zhang Yuan,
Liang Jiahong
39.71
4 x 400 m
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 Saudi Arabia
Yonas Al-Hosah,
Mohammed Shaween,
Ismail Al-Sabani,
Mohammed Obeid Al-Salhi
3:05.96  Sri Lanka
Dulan Priyasu,
Rohitha Pusup,
Shivant Weerasuriya,
Ashok Jayasundara
3:07.29  India
Sarish Paul,
Joseph Abraham,
Mortaja Shake,
K. M. Mathew
3:07.94
High jump
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Lee Hup Wei
 Malaysia
2.24 Jean-Claude Rabbath
 Lebanon
2.21 Satoru Kubota
 Japan
2.21
Pole vault
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Mohammad Mohsen Rabbani
 Iran
5.35 Kim Do-Kyun
 South Korea
5.25 Takafumi Suzuki
 Japan
5.10
Long jump
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Mohamed Salman Al-Khuwalidi
 Saudi Arabia
8.16w Saleh Abdelaziz Al-Haddad
 Kuwait
8.05w Li Runrun
 China
7.84w
Triple jump
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Renjith Maheswary
 India
17.19w Kim Deok-Hyeon
 South Korea
17.00 Bibu Mathew
 India
16.64w
Shot put
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Navpreet Singh
 India
19.70 Chang Ming-Huang
 Chinese Taipei
19.66 Khalid Habash Al-Suwaidi
 Qatar
19.51
Discus
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Ehsan Haddadi
 Iran
65.38 CR Rashid Shafi Al-Dosari
 Qatar
63.49 Abbas Samimi
 Iran
61.29
Hammer
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Ali Al-Zinkawi
 Kuwait
75.71 Dilshod Nazarov
 Tajikistan
75.70 Hiroaki Doi
 Japan
70.74
Javelin
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Chen Qi
 China
78.07 Park Jae-Myong
 South Korea
75.77 Jung Sang-Jin
 South Korea
70.95
Decathlon
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Ahmad Hassan Moussa
 Qatar
7678 pts Hadi Sepehrzad
 Iran
7667 pts Pavel Andreev
 Uzbekistan
7484 pts

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
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Susanthika Jayasinghe
 Sri Lanka
11.19 CR Vu Thi Huong
 Vietnam
11.33 Zou Yingting
 China
11.54
200 m
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Susanthika Jayasinghe
 Sri Lanka
22.99 Buddika Sujani
 Sri Lanka
23.28 Vu Thi Huong
 Vietnam
23.30 NR
400 m
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Chitra Soman
 India
53.01 Asami Tanno
 Japan
53.20 Menaka Wickramasinghe
 Sri Lanka
54.11
800 m
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Truong Thanh Hang
 Vietnam
2:04.77 Sinimole Paulose
 India
2:06.15 Ayako Jinnouchi
 Japan
2:08.75
1500 m
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Sinimole Paulose
 India
4:12.69 Sara Yusuf Yaqoob Bekheet
 Bahrain
4:26.21 Truong Thanh Hang
 Vietnam
4:26.77
5000 m
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Kareema Saleh Jasim
 Bahrain
16:40.87 Preeja Sreedharan
 India
16:56.16 Kim Mi-Gyong
 North Korea
18:21.32
10,000 m
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Kareema Saleh Jasim
 Bahrain
34:26.39 Preeja Sreedharan
 India
36:04.54 Kim Mi-Gyong
 North Korea
38:29.90
100 m h
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Mami Ishino
 Japan
13.26 He Liyuan
 China
13.31 Lee Yeon-Kyoung
 South Korea
13.50
400 m H
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Satomi Kubokura
 Japan
56.74 Ruan Zhuofen
 China
57.63 Galina Pedan
 Kyrgyzstan
59.13
3000 m st.
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Zhao Yanni
 China
10:48.18 Baraah Awadallah
 Jordan
12:03.04 Leila Ebrahimi
 Iran
12:12.40
20 km walk
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Jiang Qiuyan
 China
1:36:15.9 Bai Yanmin
 China
1:38:09.6 Svetlana Tolstaya
 Kazakhstan
1:41:53.0
4 x 100 m
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 Thailand
Sangwan Jaksunin,
Supavadee Khawpeag,
Jutamass Tawoncharoen,
Nongnuch Sanrat
44.31  Japan
Tomoko Ishida,
Momoko Takahashi,
Sakie Nobuoka,
Saori Kitakaze
45.06  Chinese Taipei
Lin Wen-Wen,
Lin Yi-Chun,
Chen Shu-Chuan,
Li Chen Yi Ru
46.48
4 x 400 m
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 India
Mandeep Kaur,
Manjeet Kaur,
Sini Jose,
Chitra Soman
3:33.39  Japan
Sayaka Aoki,
Satomi Kubokura,
Natsumi Watanabe,
Asami Tanno
3:33.82  Kazakhstan
Tatyana Khajimuradova,
Margarita Matsko,
Anna Gavryushenko,
Marina Maslyonko
3:50.81
High jump
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Tatyana Efimenko
 Kyrgyzstan
1.94 =CR Yekaterina Yevseyeva
 Kazakhstan
1.91 Anna Ustinova
 Kazakhstan
1.91
Pole vault
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Rosalinda Samsu
 Malaysia
4.20 Rachel Yang Bing Jie
 Singapore
3.50 only two athletes cleared height
Long jump
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Olga Rypakova
 Kazakhstan
6.66w Anju Bobby George
 India
6.65 Jung Soon-Ok
 South Korea
6.60w
Triple jump
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Olga Rypakova
 Kazakhstan
14.69 CR Li Sha
 China
14.03w Irina Litvinenko
 Kazakhstan
13.80w
Shot put
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Liu Xiangrong
 China
17.65 Lee Mi-Young
 South Korea
16.58 Lin Chia-Ying
 Chinese Taipei
16.46
Discus
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Xu Shaoyang
 China
61.30 Li Yanfeng
 China
61.13 Krishna Poonia
 India
55.38
Hammer
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Liao Xiaoyan
 China
60.58 Kang Na-Ru
 South Korea
57.38 Huang Chi-Feng
 Chinese Taipei
55.37
Javelin
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Buoban Phamang
 Thailand
58.35 Kim Kyung-Ae
 South Korea
53.01 Nadeeka Lakmali
 Sri Lanka
52.59
Heptathlon
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Irina Naumenko
 Kazakhstan
5617 pts J. J. Shobha
 India
5356 pts Sushmitha Singha Roy
 India
5154 pts

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Medals table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1.  China 7 5 4 16
2.  India 5 5 5 15
3.  Saudi Arabia 5 - - 5
4.  Qatar 4 7 5 16
5.  Japan 4 5 4 13
6.  Kazakhstan 4 1 5 10
7.  Sri Lanka 3 2 2 7
8.  Thailand 3 - - 3
9.  Iran 2 4 3 9
10.  Bahrain 2 1 2 5
11.  Malaysia 2 - - 2
12.  Vietnam 1 1 2 4
13.  Kuwait 1 1 - 2
14.  Kyrgyzstan 1 - 1 2
15.  South Korea - 7 3 10
16.  Chinese Taipei - 1 3 4
17.  Jordan - 1 1 2
18.  Lebanon - 1 - 1
18.  Tajikistan - 1 - 1
18.  Singapore - 1 - 1
21.  North Korea - - 2 2
22.  Uzbekistan - - 1 1

Participating nations[edit]

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Results[edit]

Daily reports[edit]

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