Athletics at the 1954 Asian Games

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Athletics at the 1954 Asian Games on a stamp of the Philippines

Athletics was contested at the 1954 Asian Games in Manila, Philippines from May 2 to May 5.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
Abdul Khaliq
 Pakistan
10.6
=GR
Genaro Cabrera
 Philippines
10.7 M. Gabriel
 India
10.8
200 m
details
Muhammad Sharif Butt
 Pakistan
21.9 Muhammad Aslam
 Pakistan
22.0 Stephen Xavier
 Hong Kong
22.2
400 m
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Kanji Akagi
 Japan
48.5
GR
Joginder Singh Dhanaor
 India
48.6 Chen Ying-lang
 Republic of China
48.6
800 m
details
Yoshitaka Muroya
 Japan
1:54.5
GR
Sohan Singh Dhanoa
 India
1:54.6 Michio Ueki
 Japan
1:55.8
1500 m
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Choi Yun-chil
 South Korea
3:56.2
GR
Yoshitaka Muroya
 Japan
3:58.0 Michio Ueki
 Japan
3:59.0
5000 m
details
Osamu Inoue
 Japan
15:00.2
GR
Choi Yun-chil
 South Korea
15:03.8 Dalu Ram
 India
15:14.1
10000 m
details
Choi Chung-sik
 South Korea
33:00.6
GR
Jiro Yamauchi
 Japan
34:06.2 Pi Li-ming
 Republic of China
35:43.2
110 m hurdles
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Sarwan Singh
 India
14.7
GR
Yukiyoshi Kawata
 Japan
14.8 Takehiko Nakajima
 Japan
14.8
400 m hurdles
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Mirza Khan
 Pakistan
54.1
GR
Chan Onn Leng
 Singapore
54.8 Jaime Pimental
 Philippines
55.6
3000 m steeplechase
details
Susumu Takahashi
 Japan
9:15.0
GR
Yasumasa Shirasagi
 Japan
9:35.0 Dalu Ram
 India
9:36.5
4 × 100 m relay
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 Japan
Masaji Tajima
Yoshihiro Takatani
Tomio Hosoda
Akira Kiyofuji
41.2
GR
 Pakistan
Abdul Khaliq
Muhammad Sharif Butt
Muhammad Aslam
Abdul Aziz
41.5  Philippines
Genaro Cabrera
Gaspar Azares
Eusebio Ensong
Pedro Subido
42.2
4 × 400 m relay
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 Japan
Akira Matsui
Yoshitaka Muroya
Nobuaki Matsuno
Kanji Akagi
3:17.4
GR
 India
Joginder Singh Dhanaor
Ivan Jacob
Harjeet Singh
J. B. Joseph
3:18.0  Philippines
Pablo Somblingo
Cipriano Niera
Mauricio Paubaya
Ernesto Rodriguez
3:21.6
High jump
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Ajit Singh
 India
1.95
GR
Yukio Ishikawa
 Japan
1.95
=GR
Andres Franco
 Philippines
1.95
=GR
Pole vault
details
Bunkichi Sawada
 Japan
4.06 Toyokichi Matsumoto
 Japan
3.91 Lai Yu-tao
 Republic of China
3.61
Long jump
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Noriaki Sagawa
 Japan
7.02 Yoshiro Sonoda
 Japan
6.94 Lin Te-sheng
 Republic of China
6.86
Triple jump
details
Noriaki Sagawa
 Japan
15.13 Yoshio Iimura
 Japan
14.88 Choi Yong-kee
 South Korea
14.71
Shot put
details
Parduman Singh Brar
 India
14.14
GR
Yoshio Kojima
 Japan
13.73 Ishar Singh
 India
13.43
Discus throw
details
Parduman Singh Brar
 India
43.37
GR
Chi Pei-lin
 Republic of China
41.66 Liu Ching
 Republic of China
41.18
Hammer throw
details
Yoshio Kojima
 Japan
53.99
GR
Muhammad Iqbal
 Pakistan
51.80 Song Kyo-sik
 South Korea
50.80
Javelin throw
details
Muhammad Nawaz
 Pakistan
64.26
GR
Jalal Khan
 Pakistan
63.28 Haruo Nagayasu
 Japan
56.26
Decathlon
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Yang Chuan-kwang
 Republic of China
5454 Fumio Nishiuchi
 Japan
5429 Ronnie O'Brien
 India
5259

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
Atsuko Nambu
 Japan
12.5
=GR
Mary Klass
 Singapore
12.5
=GR
Christine Brown
 India
12.6
200 m
details
Midori Tanaka
 Japan
26.0 Atsuko Nambu
 Japan
26.1 Inocencia Solis
 Philippines
26.5
80 m hurdles
details
Michiko Iwamoto
 Japan
11.7
GR
Miyo Miyashita
 Japan
12.0 Teng Pei Wah
 Singapore
12.1
4 × 100 m relay
details
 India
Christine Brown
Stephie D'Souza
Violet Peters
Mary D'Souza
49.5
GR
 Japan
Kimiko Okamoto
Atsuko Nambu
Michiko Iwamoto
Midori Tanaka
49.6  Philippines
Inocencia Solis
Rogelia Ferrer
Manolita Cinco
Roberta Anore
50.4
High jump
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Ahuva Kraus
 Israel
1.55
GR
Miyoko Takahashi
 Japan
1.52 Meiko Muro
 Japan
1.52
Long jump
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Yoshie Takahashi
 Japan
5.68 Atsuko Nambu
 Japan
5.64 Mikiko Tazaki
 Japan
5.35
Shot put
details
Toyoko Yoshino
 Japan
12.31
GR
Motoko Yoshida
 Japan
12.27 Yuriko Mizoguchi
 Japan
11.81
Discus throw
details
Toyoko Yoshino
 Japan
42.89
GR
Taeko Nomura
 Japan
39.97 Yuriko Mizoguchi
 Japan
37.12
Javelin throw
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Akiko Kurihara
 Japan
44.07
GR
Yasuko Inden
 Japan
42.28 Vivencia Subido
 Philippines
37.56

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan 17 18 8 43
2  India 5 3 6 14
3  Pakistan 4 4 0 8
4  South Korea 2 1 2 5
5  Republic of China 1 1 5 7
6  Israel 1 0 0 1
7  Singapore 0 2 1 3
8  Philippines 0 1 7 8
9  Hong Kong 0 0 1 1
Total 30 30 30 90

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