Bandy at the 2011 Asian Winter Games

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Bandy
at the 2011 Asian Winter Games
Bandy pictogram.svg
Venue Medeu
Dates February 2, 2011 (2011-02-02)–February 6, 2011 (2011-02-06)
Competitors 48 from 3 nations
Medeo
The best goalscorer of the tournament, Rauan Isaliyev
The final between Kazakhstan and Mongolia

Bandy at the 2011 Asian Winter Games was held at Medeu in Almaty, Kazakhstan.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
 Kazakhstan
Dmitriy Nikitin
Nurlan Urazgaliyev
Pyotr Gribanov
Vladislav Novozhilov
Askar Temirgaliyev
Yelaman Alipkaliyev
Iskander Nugmanov
Anton Larionov
Rauan Issaliyev
Vitaliy Suyetnov
Samat Amanshin
Arstan Kazybayev
Sultan Kadirzhanov
Dmitriy Karmak
Sergey Tokmakov
Nikolay Shavaldin
Nariman Takirov
Ilyas Khairekishev
 Mongolia
Bayarsaikhany Mönkhbold
Ochirpüreviin Enkhbayar
Tsogtsaikhany Odsaikhan
Tsogoogiin Myagmardorj
Bayajikhyn Boldbayar
Sükhbaataryn Och
Ganbatyn Negüün
Tsogtoogiin Shinebayar
Tseveen Gan-Ochir
Davaadorjiin Mungunkhuyag
Jargalsaikhany Bayarsaikhan
Ganboldyn Tamir
Bat-Erdeniin Chinzorig
 Kyrgyzstan
Elzar Bolotbekov
Kaldybek Kulmanbetov
Tologon Zholdosh Uulu
Nuraly Kulmanbetov
Bakytbek Asankulov
Azamat Begimbaev
Sagynbek Kadyrov
Berdibek Imanbekov
Almanbet Kulchunov
Bakytbek Duysheyev
Nurbek Nogoev
Ramis Zhumataev
Mukhtarbek Tynymseitov
Nurbek Togolokov
Murasbek Osmonov
Chynarbek Beishenbekov
Kurmanbek Imankariev

Squads[edit]

 Kazakhstan  Kyrgyzstan  Mongolia
  • Dmitriy Nikitin
  • Nurlan Urazgaliyev
  • Pyotr Gribanov
  • Vladislav Novozhilov
  • Askar Temirgaliyev
  • Yelaman Alipkaliyev
  • Iskander Nugmanov
  • Anton Larionov
  • Rauan Issaliyev
  • Vitaliy Suyetnov
  • Samat Amanshin
  • Arstan Kazybayev
  • Sultan Kadirzhanov
  • Dmitriy Karmak
  • Sergey Tokmakov
  • Nikolay Shavaldin
  • Nariman Takirov
  • Ilyas Khairekishev
  • Elzar Bolotbekov
  • Kaldybek Kulmanbetov
  • Tologon Zholdosh Uulu
  • Nuraly Kulmanbetov
  • Bakytbek Asankulov
  • Azamat Begimbaev
  • Sagynbek Kadyrov
  • Berdibek Imanbekov
  • Almanbet Kulchunov
  • Bakytbek Duysheyev
  • Nurbek Nogoev
  • Ramis Zhumataev
  • Mukhtarbek Tynymseitov
  • Nurbek Togolokov
  • Murasbek Osmonov
  • Chynarbek Beishenbekov
  • Kurmanbek Imankariev
  • Bayarsaikhany Mönkhbold
  • Ochirpüreviin Enkhbayar
  • Tsogtsaikhany Odsaikhan
  • Tsogoogiin Myagmardorj
  • Bayajikhyn Boldbayar
  • Sükhbaataryn Och
  • Ganbatyn Negüün
  • Tsogtoogiin Shinebayar
  • Tseveen Gan-Ochir
  • Davaadorjiin Mungunkhuyag
  • Jargalsaikhany Bayarsaikhan
  • Ganboldyn Tamir
  • Bat-Erdeniin Chinzorig

Results[edit]

All times are Almaty Time (UTC+06:00)

Preliminaries[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Kazakhstan 2 2 0 0 38 0 +38 6
 Mongolia 2 1 0 1 17 19 −2 3
 Kyrgyzstan 2 0 0 2 2 38 −36 0
2 February
11:00
Kyrgyzstan  2–17
(0–13, 2–4)
 Mongolia Medeu, Almaty

3 February
11:00
Kazakhstan  21–0
(9–0, 10–0, 2–0)
 Kyrgyzstan Medeu, Almaty

4 February
11:00
Mongolia  0–17
(0–9, 0–8)
 Kazakhstan Medeu, Almaty

Final[edit]

6 February
11:00
Kazakhstan  16–2
(7–0, 9–2)
 Mongolia Medeu, Almaty

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bandy set for OCA debut". ocasia.org. 2011-01-20. Retrieved 2011-01-20. 

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