Athletics at the 1994 Asian Games

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Athletics
at the 1994 Asian Games
Athletics pictogram.svg
Venue Hiroshima Big Arch
Dates October 9–16, 1994
1990 1998

Athletics was contested at the 1994 Asian Games in Hiroshima Big Arch, Hiroshima, Japan from October 9 to October 16.

The original winner of the women's 400 metres hurdles, Han Qing of China, was disqualified for doping – the first Asian Games athletics winner to be disqualified in such a manner.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Talal Mansour
 Qatar
10.18 Vitaliy Savin
 Kazakhstan
10.29 Chen Wenzhong
 China
10.38
200 m Talal Mansour
 Qatar
20.41 Koji Ito
 Japan
20.70 Ibrahim Ismail Muftah
 Qatar
20.88
400 m Ibrahim Ismail Muftah
 Qatar
45.48 Son Ju-il
 South Korea
45.87 Aktawat Sakoolchan
 Thailand
46.50
800 m Lee Jin-il
 South Korea
1:45.72 Mu Weiguo
 China
1:46.44 Kim Yong-hwan
 South Korea
1:46.69
1500 m Mohamed Suleiman
 Qatar
3:40.00 Mu Weiguo
 China
3:40.93 Mitsuhiro Okuyama
 Japan
3:41.31
5000 m Toshinari Takaoka
 Japan
13:38.37 Ahmed Ibrahim Warsama
 Qatar
13:39.59 Sun Ripeng
 China
13:40.07
10,000 m Toshinari Takaoka
 Japan
28:15.48 Jun Hiratsuka
 Japan
28:18.10 Alyan Al-Qahtani
 Saudi Arabia
28:41.18
110 m hurdles Li Tong
 China
13.30 Chen Yanhao
 China
13.39 Nur Herman Majid
 Malaysia
13.73 NR
400 m hurdles Shunji Karube
 Japan
49.13 Yoshihiko Saito
 Japan
49.13 Ali Ismail Doka
 Qatar
49.56
3000 m steeplechase Sun Ripeng
 China
8:31.73 Saad Al-Asmari
 Saudi Arabia
8:33.94 Yasunori Uchitomi
 Japan
8:37.76
4 × 100 m relay  Japan
Nakamura Tetsuya
Yoshitaka Ito
Satoru Inoue
Koji Ito
39.37  China
Ye Hu
Chen Wenzhong
Huang Danwei
Huang Geng
39.45  Qatar
Saad Al-Kuwari
Masoud Al-Rahman
Sultan Al-Sheeb
Talal Mansour
39.71
4 × 400 m relay  South Korea
Lee Yu-hak
Son Ju-il
Lee Jin-il
Kim Soon-hyung
3:10.19  Thailand
Yutthana Thonglek
Chanond Keanchan
Sarapong Kumsup
Aktawat Sakoolchan
3:10.33  Qatar
Hamad Mubarak Al-Dosari
Farah Ibrahim Ahmad
Ali Ismail Doka
Ibrahim Ismail Muftah
3:10.49
Marathon Hwang Young-cho
 South Korea
2:11:13 Toshiyuki Hayata
 Japan
2:11:57 Kim Jae-ryong
 South Korea
2:13:12
20 km walk Chen Shaoguo
 China
1:21:15 Bu Lingtang
 China
1:21:56 Valeriy Borisov
 Kazakhstan
1:25:31
50 km walk Sergey Korepanov
 Kazakhstan
3:54:37 Fumio Imamura
 Japan
3:56:16 Tadahiro Kosaka
 Japan
4:05:00
High jump Takahisa Yoshida
 Japan
2.27 Lee Jin-taek
 South Korea
2.24 Xu Yang
 China
2.24
Pole vault Igor Potapovich
 Kazakhstan
5.65 Grigoriy Yegorov
 Kazakhstan
5.50 Kim Chul-kyun
 South Korea
Teruyasu Yonekura
 Japan
5.40
Long jump Huang Geng
 China
8.34 w Huang Baoting
 China
8.12 Konstantin Sarnatski
 Uzbekistan
8.10
Triple jump Oleg Sakirkin
 Kazakhstan
17.21 Takashi Komatsu
 Japan
16.88 Sergey Arzamasov
 Kazakhstan
16.57
Shot put Liu Hao
 China
19.26 Sergey Rubtsov
 Kazakhstan
19.24 Xie Shengying
 China
18.64
Discus throw Zhang Cunbiao
 China
58.78 Ma Wei
 China
57.92 Vadim Popov
 Uzbekistan
56.78
Hammer throw Bi Zhong
 China
72.24 Koji Murofushi
 Japan
67.48 Aqarab Abbas
 Pakistan
66.70
Javelin throw Zhang Lianbiao
 China
83.38 Vladimir Parfyonov
 Uzbekistan
81.66 Viktor Zaitsev
 Uzbekistan
78.64
Decathlon Ramil Ganiyev
 Uzbekistan
8005 Oleg Veretelnikov
 Uzbekistan
7702 Tomokazu Sugama
 Japan
7666

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Liu Xiaomei
 China
11.27 Wang Huei-chen
 Chinese Taipei
11.41 Huang Xiaoyan
 China
11.43
200 m Wang Huei-chen
 Chinese Taipei
23.34 Susanthika Jayasinghe
 Sri Lanka
23.57 Damayanthi Dharsha
 Sri Lanka
23.61
400 m Ma Yuqin
 China
51.17 Zhang Hengyun
 China
52.53 Kutty Saramma
 India
52.57
800 m Qu Yunxia
 China
1:59.85 Liu Li
 China
2:00.66 Shiny Wilson
 India
2:02.22
1500 m Qu Yunxia
 China
4:12.48 Yan Wei
 China
4:13.32 Khin Khin Htwe
 Myanmar
4:18.00
3000 m Zhang Linli
 China
8:52.97 Harumi Hiroyama
 Japan
8:53.74 Lu Ou
 China
8:58.68
10000 m Wang Junxia
 China
30:50.34 Dong Li
 China
31:31.08 Miki Igarashi
 Japan
31:45.82
100 m hurdles Olga Shishigina
 Kazakhstan
12.80 Zhou Hongyang
 China
12.87 Zhang Yu
 China
12.90
400 m hurdles Leng Xueyan
 China
55.26 Hsu Pei-ching
 Chinese Taipei
55.75 Natalya Torshina
 Kazakhstan
55.81
4 × 100 m relay  China
Chen Yan
Liu Xiaomei
Ou Yanlan
Huang Xiaoyan
43.85  Thailand
Naparat Suajongprue
Dokjun Dokduang
Nednapa Chommuak
Kwuanfah Inchareon
44.46  Japan
Kanae Ito
Toshie Kitada
Kazue Kakinuma
Tomomi Kaneko
44.57
4 × 400 m relay  China
Leng Xueyan
Liu Hao
Cao Chunying
Chen Yanhao
3:29.11  India
P. T. Usha
G. V. Dhanalakshmi
Shiny Wilson
Kutty Saramma
3:33.34  Thailand
Saleerat Srimek
Reawadee Wattanasin
Sukanya Sang Nguen
Noodang Phimphoo
3:37.76
Marathon Zhong Huandi
 China
2:29:32 Zhang Lirong
 China
2:36:27 Nobuko Fujimura
 Japan
2:37:03
10 km walk Gao Hongmiao
 China
44:11:00 Gu Yan
 China
44:18:00 Yuko Sato
 Japan
46:51:00
High jump Svetlana Munkova
 Uzbekistan
1.92 Svetlana Zalevskaya
 Kazakhstan
1.89 Rassamee Taemsri
 Thailand
1.83
Long jump Yao Weili
 China
6.91 Li Jing
 China
6.69 Elma Muros
 Philippines
6.41
Shot put Sui Xinmei
 China
20.45 Zhang Liuhong
 China
19.25 Sunisa Yooyao
 Thailand
16.24
Discus throw Min Chunfeng
 China
62.52 Ikuko Kitamori
 Japan
53.92 Miyoko Nakanishi
 Japan
49.84
Javelin throw Oksana Yarygina
 Uzbekistan
64.62 Lee Young-sun
 South Korea
62.30 Ha Xiaoyan
 China
62.08
Heptathlon Ghada Shouaa
 Syria
6360 Zhang Xiaohui
 China
5800 Ma Chun-ping
 Chinese Taipei
5786

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 22 17 8 47
2  Japan 5 9 10 24
3  Kazakhstan 4 4 3 11
4  Qatar 4 1 4 9
5  South Korea 3 3 3 9
6  Uzbekistan 3 2 3 8
7  Chinese Taipei 1 2 1 4
8  Syria 1 0 0 1
9  Thailand 0 2 4 6
10  India 0 1 2 3
11  Saudi Arabia 0 1 1 2
 Sri Lanka 0 1 1 2
13  Philippines 0 0 1 1
 Malaysia 0 0 1 1
 Myanmar 0 0 1 1
 Pakistan 0 0 1 1
Total 43 43 44 130

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chinese hand out long bans. The Independent (1994-12-21). Retrieved on 2015-11-14.