Asian Indoor Athletics Championships

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The Asian Indoor Athletics Championships were held for the first time in 2004. Run by the Asian Athletics Association, the championships take place biennially in different cities all over Asia.[1]

Editions[edit]

Edition Year Events City Country Date Venue Top of the medal table
1 2004 30 Tehran  Iran 6–8 February Aftab Enghelab Complex  China
2 2006 26 Pattaya  Thailand 10–12 February Indoor Athletics Stadium  Kazakhstan
3 2008 26 Doha  Qatar 14–16 February ASPIRE Dome  India
4 2010 26 Tehran  Iran 24–26 February Aftab Enghelab Complex  Iran
5 2012 25 Hangzhou  China 18–19 February Vocational and Technical College Athletics Hall  China
6 2014 26 Hangzhou  China 15–16 February Vocational and Technical College Athletics Hall  Qatar
7 2016 26 Doha  Qatar 19–21 February ASPIRE Dome  Qatar
8 2018 26 Tehran  Iran 1–3 February Aftab Enghelab Complex  Kazakhstan
9 2020 26 Hangzhou  China 12–13 February [[]] {{}}

All-time medal table[edit]

As 2018

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)523631119
2 Kazakhstan (KAZ)35292993
3 Qatar (QAT)2613948
4 Iran (IRI)22353693
5 Bahrain (BHR)1412935
6 Japan (JPN)1491740
7 India (IND)12242056
8 Kuwait (KUW)99523
9 Uzbekistan (UZB)86923
10 Saudi Arabia (KSA)4116
11 Thailand (THA)38718
12 Kyrgyzstan (KGZ)35210
13 United Arab Emirates (UAE)2439
14 Vietnam (VIE)2259
15 Chinese Taipei (TPE)1348
16 Hong Kong (HKG)1315
17 Malaysia (MAS)1225
18 Sri Lanka (SRI)1146
19 Oman (OMA)1045
20 Syria (SYR)0516
21 Iraq (IRQ)0202
22 Pakistan (PAK)0112
23 South Korea (KOR)0101
24 Turkmenistan (TKM)0033
25 Indonesia (INA)0011
 Jordan (JOR)0011
 Lebanon (LIB)0011
 Philippines (PHI)0011
Totals (28 nations)211211207629


Championship records[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Asian Indoor Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2009-11-16.

External links[edit]