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Asian Wrestling Championships

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Asian Wrestling Championships is the Wrestling Asian Championship organized by the Asian Associated Wrestling Committee (AAWC).

The men's tournament began in 1979 and The women's tournament was first staged in 1996, and it has been held every year.[1]

Competitions

Year Dates City and host country Champion
Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
1979 November 8–11 India Jalandhar, India  Iran
1981 December 1–4 Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan  Iran
1983 November 8–11 Iran Tehran, Iran  Iran  Iran
1987 October 13–17 India Mumbai, India  Iran  Japan
1988 December 12–16 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan  Iran
1989 June 30 – July 2 Japan Oarai, Japan  Iran  South Korea
1991 April 17–19 India New Delhi, India  Iran
May 16–18 Iran Tehran, Iran  South Korea
1992 April 7–10 Iran Tehran, Iran  Iran  South Korea
1993 April 16–18 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia  Iran
April 23–25 Japan Hiroshima, Japan  South Korea
1995 June 27 – July 3 Philippines Manila, Philippines  Iran  Kazakhstan
1996 April 4–10 China Xiaoshan, China  Iran  South Korea  Japan
1997 April 12–18 Iran Tehran, Iran  Iran  South Korea
July 20–21 Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan  Japan
1999 May 25–30 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan  Uzbekistan  Uzbekistan  Japan
2000 April 27–28 China Guilin, China  Uzbekistan
May 5–7 South Korea Seoul, South Korea  South Korea  Japan
2001 June 5–10 Mongolia Ulan Bator, Mongolia  Iran  Iran  China
2003 June 5–8 India New Delhi, India  Iran  Iran  Japan
2004 April 16–18 Iran Tehran, Iran  Iran
May 5–9 Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan  Kazakhstan
May 20–22 Japan Tokyo, Japan  Japan
2005 May 24–29 China Wuhan, China  Iran  South Korea  Japan
2006 April 4–9 Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan  Iran  Kazakhstan  Japan
2007 May 8–13 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan  Iran  Iran  China
2008 March 18–23 South Korea Jeju City, South Korea  Japan  Iran  Japan
2009 May 2–7 Thailand Pattaya, Thailand  Iran  Iran  China
2010 May 12–16 India New Delhi, India  Iran  South Korea  China
2011 May 19–22 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan  Uzbekistan  Iran  Japan
2012 February 16–19 South Korea Gumi, South Korea  Iran  Iran  China
2013 April 18–22 India New Delhi, India  India  South Korea  China
2014 April 23–27 Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan  Iran  Kazakhstan  Japan
2015 May 6–10 Qatar Doha, Qatar  Iran  Iran  Japan
2016 February 17–21 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand  Iran  Iran  China

Team titles

Country FS GR FW Total
 Iran 24 10 0 34
 Japan 1 1 12 14
 South Korea 0 10 0 10
 China 0 0 7 7
 Kazakhstan 0 4 0 4
 Uzbekistan 3 1 0 4
 India 1 0 0 1

All-time medal table

All-time medal count, as of the 2016 Asian Wrestling Championships.

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Iran 175 75 94 344
2  Japan 102 90 109 301
3  South Korea 79 63 100 242
4  Kazakhstan 56 59 89 204
5  China 52 62 98 212
6  Uzbekistan 34 36 54 124
7  North Korea 32 30 31 93
8  Mongolia 21 56 75 152
9  Kyrgyzstan 17 30 53 100
10  India 10 49 77 136
11  Syria 4 2 2 8
12  Chinese Taipei 1 13 16 30
13  Pakistan 1 9 8 18
14  Tajikistan 1 5 10 16
15  Iraq 1 2 9 12
16  Turkmenistan 1 2 4 7
17  Bahrain 1 0 1 2
18  United States (Guest) 1 0 0 1
19  Vietnam 0 5 11 16
20  Thailand 0 2 0 2
21  Jordan 0 1 4 5
22  Philippines 0 0 2 2
Total 589 591 847 2027

References

  1. ^ "Kazakh Wrestler Wins Gold at Asian Wrestling Championships". Astana Times. 3 May 2014. Retrieved 10 May 2015. 

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