Asian Judo Championships

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Asian Judo Championships
Current event or competition:
2022 Asian Judo Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeJudo, biennial
OrganiserJudo Union of Asia (JUA)
History
Most wins Japan - 349 medals
(166 gold medals)

Asian Judo Championships is the Judo Asian Championship organized by the Judo Union of Asia.

The men's tournament began in 1966 and was held approximately every four years, until 1991, when it became an annual event (except in the years when the Asian Games have been held.) The women's tournament was first staged in 1981, and it has been held with the men's tournament every year, except in 1984/5.

List of tournaments[edit]

Year Date competition City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Ref.
1966 28 and 29 May - Philippines Manila, Philippines Rizal Memorial Coliseum 8 29
1970 29 to 31 May - Taiwan Kaohsiung, Taiwan Kaohsiung Gymnasium
1974 30 October to 4 November - South Korea Seoul, Korea Jangchung Arena
1981 15 to 18 July Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia Senayan Basketball Hall 10
1984 1 to 4 April - Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait 14
1985 23 and 24 March - Japan Tokyo, Japan Kodokan
1988 19 to 22 July Syria Damascus, Syria
1991 9 and 10 November Japan Osaka, Japan Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium 17 157
1993 13 and 14 November Macau Macau Forum stadium 19 182
1995 20 to 22 November India New Delhi, India Indira Gandhi Arena 21
1996 9 and 10 November Vietnam Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Phan Dinh Phung Stadium
1997 22 and 23 November Philippines Manila, Philippines Ninoy Aquino Stadium
1999 25 and 26 June China Wenzhou, China
2000 26 to 28 May Japan Osaka, Japan Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium 29
2001 14 and 15 April Mongolia Ulan Bator, Mongolia National Wrestling Hall 20 148
2003 31 October and 1 November South Korea Jeju, Korea Halla Gymnasium
2004 15 and 16 May Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports 22
2005 14 and 15 May Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan Yunusobod Sports Hall
2007 17 and 18 May Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait Qadsia Sports Hall
2008 26 and 27 April South Korea Jeju, Korea Halla Gymnasium
2009 23 and 24 May Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena
2010 22 April China Guangzhou, China 32 242 [1]
2011 5 to 7 April United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates UAE WJJ Federation Hall 30 209 [2]
2012 27 to 29 April Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Sport Hall 26 107 [3]
2013 19 to 21 April Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok Youth Centre 28 218 [4]
2015 13 to 15 May Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait Al-Qadsia Indoor Stadium 30 206 [5]
2016 14 to 16 April Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Sport Hall 31 233 [6]
2017 26 to 28 May Hong Kong Hong Kong, China Hong Kong Velodrome 29 244 [7]
2019[a] 20 to 23 April United Arab Emirates Fujairah, United Arab Emirates Fujairah Centre 39 271 [8]
2021[a] 4 to 9 April Kyrgyzstan Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Sport Venue Gazprom 29 182 [9]
2022 4 to 7 August Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan Zhaksylyk Ushkempirov Martial Art Palace 17 168 [10]
  1. ^ a b Asian-Pacific Judo Championships

Judo Team Asian Championships[edit]

Year Location Men Women
Gold Silver Bronze Gold Silver Bronze
2011 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  South Korea  Japan  Kazakhstan
 Uzbekistan
 Japan  Mongolia  South Korea
 China
2012 Tashkent, Uzbekistan  South Korea  Japan  Kazakhstan
 Uzbekistan
 Japan  Mongolia  South Korea
 Chinese Taipei
2013 Bangkok, Thailand  South Korea  Japan  Mongolia
 Kazakhstan
 Japan  Mongolia  South Korea
 Kazakhstan
2015 Kuwait City, Kuwait  Japan  Uzbekistan  Kazakhstan
 South Korea
 Japan  South Korea  Chinese Taipei
 Mongolia
2016 Tashkent, Uzbekistan  Uzbekistan  Mongolia  Japan
 Kazakhstan
 Japan  Mongolia  China
 Kazakhstan
2017 Hong Kong, Hong Kong  South Korea  Mongolia  Iran
 Japan
 Japan  Mongolia  Chinese Taipei
 South Korea
Mixed Team
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
2019 Fujairah, United Arab Emirates  Japan  South Korea  Mongolia
 China
2021 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan  South Korea  Kazakhstan  China
 Uzbekistan
2022 Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan  Japan  Mongolia  Kazakhstan
 China

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan16683100349
2 South Korea8790122299
3 China543596185
4 Mongolia224290154
5 Uzbekistan15185285
6 Kazakhstan142477115
7 North Korea12203163
8 Iran12142854
9 Chinese Taipei23073105
10 Hong Kong12710
11 United Arab Emirates1023
12 Tajikistan09918
13 Indonesia041519
14 India041115
 Kyrgyzstan041115
16 Turkmenistan03912
17 Kuwait001010
 Philippines001010
19 Syria0044
20 Australia0033
21 Pakistan0022
 Thailand0022
23 Bangladesh0011
 Lebanon0011
 Malaysia0011
 Myanmar0011
 Singapore0011
 Vietnam0011
Totals (28 entries)3863827701538

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Asian Championships Guangzhou 2010". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Asian Championships Abu Dhabi 2011". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  3. ^ "Asian Championships Seniors 2012". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  4. ^ "Asian Championships Seniors 2013". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  5. ^ "Asian Championships Seniors 2015". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  6. ^ "Asian Championships Seniors 2016". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  7. ^ "Asian Championships Seniors 2017". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  8. ^ "Asian-Pacific Championships Seniors And Teams 2019". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  9. ^ "Asia-Oceania Senior Championships 2021". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  10. ^ "Asian Senior Championships 2022 (individuals and teams)". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 16 June 2022.

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