2009 Asian Wrestling Championships

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2009 Asian Championships
2009 Asian Championships
Host city Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
Dates May 2–7
Stadium Ambassador City Jomtien Hotel
Champions
Freestyle  Iran
Greco-Roman  Iran
Women  China

The 2009 Asian Wrestling Championships were held in Pattaya, Thailand. The event took place from May 2 to May 7, 2009.

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Iran 9 0 3 12
2  Japan 4 2 5 11
3  Kazakhstan 3 5 5 13
4  China 3 3 5 11
5  South Korea 1 4 4 9
6  North Korea 1 2 4 7
7  India 0 2 4 6
8  Mongolia 0 2 3 5
9  Thailand 0 1 0 1
10  Kyrgyzstan 0 0 4 4
11  Vietnam 0 0 2 2
12  Chinese Taipei 0 0 1 1
 Iraq 0 0 1 1
 Jordan 0 0 1 1
Total 21 21 42 84

Team ranking[edit]

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1  Iran 66  Iran 60  China 63
2  South Korea 51  Kazakhstan 59  Japan 55
3  Kazakhstan 41  South Korea 41  Kazakhstan 45
4  Japan 40  Japan 39  South Korea 36
5  China 34  India 39  Mongolia 35
6  Kyrgyzstan 34  China 38  India 34
7  India 31  Kyrgyzstan 34  Kyrgyzstan 28
8  Mongolia 28  North Korea 18  Vietnam 23
9  North Korea 27  Chinese Taipei 18  Chinese Taipei 21
10  Iraq 14  Thailand 15  North Korea 19

Medal summary[edit]

Men's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Kim Hyo-sub
 South Korea
Yang Kyong-il
 North Korea
Nurlan Orozbek Uulu
 Kyrgyzstan
Hassan Rahimi
 Iran
60 kg Jo Tong-hyok
 North Korea
Ganzorigiin Mandakhnaran
 Mongolia
Masoud Esmaeilpour
 Iran
Bazar Bazarguruev
 Kyrgyzstan
66 kg Mehdi Taghavi
 Iran
Tatsuhiro Yonemitsu
 Japan
Yang Chun-song
 North Korea
Kim Dai-sung
 South Korea
74 kg Sadegh Goudarzi
 Iran
Abdulkhakim Shapiyev
 Kazakhstan
Kim Jin-i
 South Korea
Ramesh Kumar
 India
84 kg Ehsan Lashgari
 Iran
Lee Jae-sung
 South Korea
Anuj Kumar
 India
Si Riguleng
 China
96 kg Saeid Ebrahimi
 Iran
Tömörkhüügiin Enkh-Amgalan
 Mongolia
Yang Wulin
 China
Daulet Shabanbay
 Kazakhstan
120 kg Fardin Masoumi
 Iran
Nam Kyung-jin
 South Korea
Marid Mutalimov
 Kazakhstan
Nobuyoshi Arakida
 Japan

Men's Greco-Roman[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Kohei Hasegawa
 Japan
Joginder Singh
 India
Kim Won-mo
 North Korea
Askhat Kudaibergenov
 Kazakhstan
60 kg Wan Feihu
 China
Almat Kebispayev
 Kazakhstan
Ryota Sato
 Japan
Jung Kyung-ho
 South Korea
66 kg Darkhan Bayakhmetov
 Kazakhstan
Eom Hyeok
 South Korea
Kim Kum-chol
 North Korea
Saeid Abdevali
 Iran
74 kg Farshad Alizadeh
 Iran
Kang Hee-bok
 South Korea
Tsukasa Tsurumaki
 Japan
Roman Melyoshin
 Kazakhstan
84 kg Taleb Nematpour
 Iran
Andrey Samokhin
 Kazakhstan
Zhu Yanxiao
 China
Lin Ming-hsuan
 Chinese Taipei
96 kg Amir Aliakbari
 Iran
Margulan Assembekov
 Kazakhstan
Anil Kumar
 India
Yahia Abu-Tabeekh
 Jordan
120 kg Masoud Hashemzadeh
 Iran
Dharmender Dalal
 India
Ali Nadhim
 Iraq
Murat Ramonov
 Kyrgyzstan

Women's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Li Xiaomei
 China
Zhuldyz Eshimova
 Kazakhstan
Nguyễn Thị Lụa
 Vietnam
Makiko Sakamoto
 Japan
51 kg Tatyana Bakatyuk
 Kazakhstan
Han Kum-ok
 North Korea
Zeng Qingping
 China
Davaasükhiin Otgontsetseg
 Mongolia
55 kg Chikako Matsukawa
 Japan
Chen Juan
 China
Aiyim Abdildina
 Kazakhstan
Choe Jong-bok
 North Korea
59 kg Yurika Ito
 Japan
Jia Mei
 China
Um Ji-eun
 South Korea
Alka Tomar
 India
63 kg Mio Nishimaki
 Japan
Wilaiwan Thongkam
 Thailand
Lương Thị Quyên
 Vietnam
Zhang Fengliu
 China
67 kg Yelena Shalygina
 Kazakhstan
Ma Yan
 China
Badrakhyn Odonchimeg
 Mongolia
Yoshiko Inoue
 Japan
72 kg Hong Yan
 China
Asuka Sano
 Japan
Iana Panova
 Kyrgyzstan
Ochirbatyn Burmaa
 Mongolia

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