Athletics at the 2005 East Asian Games

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Athletics at the 2005 East Asian Games
Macau Stadium Instituto do Desporto Mo707 3.JPG
The Estádio Campo Desportivo in Macau
Host city Macau, PR ChinaMacau
Date(s) 1 – 4 November
Main stadium Estádio Campo Desportivo
Level Senior
Participation ? athletes from
9 nations
Events 45
Records set 11 Games records
2001
2009


At the 2005 East Asian Games, the athletics events were held at the Estádio Campo Desportivo in Macau, People's Republic of China from 1–4 November. A total of 45 events were contested, of which 23 by male and 22 by female athletes. China easily topped the medal table, winning 26 of the 45 available gold medals and accounting for half of the total female medallists. Japan won 46 medals, 16 of them gold, while South Korea was a clear third with a total of 21 medals. No athletes from either Guam or Mongolia reached the podium.

During the four-day competition, a total of 11 East Asian Games records were broken. Among these were Liu Xiang's 13.21 seconds run in the 110 metres hurdles and a 20.06 m throw in the shot put from Zhang Qi (who had set a Chinese record some weeks earlier). The 2000 Olympic Champion Wang Liping brought her career to a close with a final gold in the 20 km race walk.

A total of six athletes medalled in multiple individual events: Yuki Nakamura won both the men's 5000 and 10,000 metres events, while Hiromi Ominami won two silvers on the women's side. Lee Duhaeng took 10,000 m silver and 5000 m bronze, Bae Hae-Jin did a bronze double in the 1500/5000 m, and Chen Fu-Pin won the 800 metres silver and 1500 m bronze. In the field events, Yuka Murofushi won bronze in both the discus and hammer throws.

While the large majority of events featured performances of an international standard, some competitions fell far short of the level expected of a regional games event. Many of Japan's top athletes were absent and a number of Chinese competitors had peaked earlier at the 10th Chinese National Games in Nanjing. Only one athlete (Takuro Mori) managed to clear the bar in the whole of the men's pole vault contest, while Hou Fei took bronze in the men's hammer with a small throw of 37.14 (almost half that of the winner). In the women's 4×400 metres relay Macau's bronze medal time of 4:05.61 was over thirty seconds slower than the winning team, and some 50 seconds off the world record time. Furthermore, the distances races were criticised for their slow pacing.[1][2]

Records[edit]

Name Event Country Record Type
Liu Qing 800 metres  China 2:00.11 GR
Hiroyuki Morikawa 1500 metres  Japan 3:48.27 GR
Feng Yun 100 metres hurdles  China 13.09 GR
Liu Xiang 110 metres hurdles  China 13.21 GR
Huang Xiaoxiao 400 metres hurdles  China 55.33 GR
Yu Chaohong 20 km walk  China 1:23:51 GR
Zhao Yingying Pole vault  China 4.40 GR
Kim Duk-Hyung Triple jump  South Korea 16.79 GR
Zhang Qi Shot put  China 20.06 GR
Song Aimin Discus throw  China 64.32 GR
Zhang Wenxiu Hammer throw  China 72.23 GR
Ma Ning Javelin throw  China 61.95 GR
Key:0000 WR — World record  • AR — Area record  • GR — Games record  • NR — National record

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Hu Kai (CHN) 10.40  Shingo Kawabata (JPN) 10.54  Wang Shih-Wen (TPE) 10.63
200 metres  Shinji Takahira (JPN) 20.88  Yang Yaozu (CHN) 21.34  Suh Min-Suk (KOR) 21.42
400 metres  Yoshihiro Horigome (JPN) 46.44  Yosuke Inoue (JPN) 47.41  Chao Un Kei (MAC) 49.43
800 metres  Lee Jae-Hun (KOR) 1:48.60  Chen Fu-Pin (TPE) 1:49.74  Masaharu Nakano (JPN) 1:50.10
1500 metres  Hiroyuki Morikawa (JPN) 3:48.27 GR  Yasuhiro Tago (JPN) 3:50.82  Chen Fu-Pin (TPE) 3:52.63
5000 metres  Yuki Nakamura (JPN) 14:05.77  Tomohiro Seto (JPN) 14:16.44  Lee Duhaeng (KOR) 14:24.03
10,000 metres  Yuki Nakamura (JPN) 31:59.69  Lee Duhaeng (KOR) 31:59.72  Iao Kuanun (MAC) 34:55.56
110 metre hurdles  Liu Xiang (CHN) 13.21 GR  Shi Dongpeng (CHN) 13.36  Kota Kumamoto (JPN) 13.89
400 metre hurdles  Takayuki Koike (JPN) 50.85  Zhang Shibao (CHN) 51.04  Susumu Saito (JPN) 52.08
3000 metre steeplechase  Yoshitaka Iwamizu (JPN) 8:40.16  Yasunori Uchitomi (JPN) 8:45.47  Wu Wen-Chien (TPE) 8:50.41
4×100 metre relay  Japan (JPN) 39.61  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 39.89  China (CHN) 39.90
4×400 metre relay  Japan (JPN) 3:07.70  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 3:09.06  South Korea (KOR) 3:12.10
Half marathon  Toshinari Fujimoto (JPN) 1:08:14  Huh Jang-Kyu (KOR) 1:08:17  Eom Hyo-Seok (KOR) 1:08:38
20 km walk  Yu Chaohong (CHN) 1:23:51 GR  Shin Il-Yong (KOR) 1:24:44  Takayuki Tanii (JPN) 1:25:51
High jump  Huang Haiqiang (CHN) 2.23  Naoyuki Daigo (JPN) 2.23  Zhang Shufeng (CHN) 2.20
Pole vault  Takuro Mori (JPN) 5.00 Not awarded Not awarded
Long jump  Song Jian (CHN) 7.77 w  Kenji Fujikawa (JPN) 7.73  Oh Sang-Won (KOR) 7.72
Triple jump  Kim Duk-Hyung (KOR) 16.79 GR  Yohei Kajikawa (JPN) 16.45  Zhu Shujing (CHN) 16.38
Shot put  Zhang Qi (CHN) 20.06 GR  Jia Peng (CHN) 18.84  Shon Hyun (KOR) 18.06
Discus throw  Wu Tao (CHN) 61.74  Tulake Nuermaimaiti (CHN) 59.27  Choi Jong-Bun (KOR) 54.19
Hammer throw  Hiroaki Doi (JPN) 70.35  Lee Yoon-Chul (KOR) 66.40  Hou Fei (MAC) 37.14
Javelin throw  Li Rongxiang (CHN) 79.75  Chen Qi (CHN) 76.96  Chu Ki-Young (KOR) 75.59
Decathlon  Kim Kun-Woo (KOR) 7754  Yu Bin (CHN) 7531  Hsaio Szu-Pin (TPE) 7383

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Qin Wangping (CHN) 11.65  Shu Yan (CHN) 11.76  Ayumi Suzuki (JPN) 11.95
200 metres  Chen Lisha (CHN) 23.78  Rina Fujimaki (JPN) 24.58  Wan Kin Yee (HKG) 24.70
400 metres  Asami Tanno (JPN) 52.69  Tang Xiaoyin (CHN) 52.93  Xie Qing (CHN) 54.42
800 metres  Liu Qing (CHN) 2:00.11 GR  Yang Wei (CHN) 2:04.57  Ayako Jinnouchi (JPN) 2:05.45
1500 metres  Xie Sainan (CHN) 4:20.54  Kaori Kumasaka (JPN) 4:21.77  Bae Hae-Jin (KOR) 4:30.56
5000 metres  Xing Huina (CHN) 16:04.56  Hiromi Ominami (JPN) 16:10.77  Bae Hae-Jin (KOR) 16:35.35
10,000 metres  Bao Guiying (CHN) 32:35.07  Hiromi Ominami (JPN) 32:36.62  Paek Hyang-Ok (PRK) 34:53.06
100 metre hurdles  Feng Yun (CHN) 13.09 GR  Su Yiping (CHN) 13.44  Kumiko Ikeda (JPN) 13.45
400 metre hurdles  Huang Xiaoxiao (CHN) 55.33 GR  Wang Xing (CHN) 56.54  Satomi Kubokura (JPN) 57.38
4×100 metre relay  Japan (JPN) 44.88  China (CHN) 45.37  Hong Kong (HKG) 46.66
4×400 metre relay  China (CHN) 3:33.59  Japan (JPN) 3:36.64  Macau (MAC) 4:05.61 (NR)
Half marathon  Yoshiko Ichikawa (JPN) 1:16:31  Lim Kyung-Hee (KOR) 1:16:33  Jong Yong-Ok (PRK) 1:18:48
20 km walk  Wang Liping (CHN) 1:34:01  Kim Mi-Jung (KOR) 1:34:31  Sachiko Konishi (JPN) 1:35:10
High jump  Jing Xuezhu (CHN) 1.85  Zheng Xingjuan (CHN) 1.85  Mai Yonezu (JPN) 1.70
Pole vault  Zhao Yingying (CHN) 4.40 GR  Gao Shuying (CHN) 4.30  Ikuko Nishikori (JPN) 4.30
Long jump  Kumiko Ikeda (JPN) 6.54  Jung Soon-Ok (KOR) 6.31  Zhang Yuan (CHN) 6.12
Triple jump  Huang Qiuyan (CHN) 14.08  Xie Limei (CHN) 13.65  Kim Su-Yeon (KOR) 13.36
Shot put  Li Meiju (CHN) 18.12  Yoko Toyonaga (JPN) 16.89  Liu Yingpan (CHN) 16.50
Discus throw  Song Aimin (CHN) 64.32 GR  Ma Shuli (CHN) 60.13  Yuka Murofushi (JPN) 54.28
Hammer throw  Zhang Wenxiu (CHN) 72.23 GR  Liu Yinghui (CHN) 69.20  Yuka Murofushi (JPN) 63.67
Javelin throw  Ma Ning (CHN) 61.95 GR  Xue Juan (CHN) 61.42  Misa Nakano (JPN) 53.37
Heptathlon  Wang Hailan (CHN) 5932  Yuki Nakata (JPN) 5719  Chinami Yasuda (JPN) 5292

Medal table[edit]

Key
  The host is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 26 19 6 51
2  Japan 16 15 15 46
3  South Korea 3 7 11 21
4  Chinese Taipei 0 3 4 7
5  Macau 0 0 4 4
6=  North Korea 0 0 2 2
6=  Hong Kong 0 0 2 2
 Mongolia 0 0 0 0
 Guam 0 0 0 0
Total 45 44 44 133

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ Chua, Chong Jin (2005-11-04). China Tops Medal Tally - East Asian Games, Day Four Report. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-02-21.
  2. ^ Chua, Chong Jin (2005-11-01). China Reigns! East Asian Games, Day One. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-02-21.

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