Bodybuilding at the 2002 Asian Games

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Bodybuilding
at the 2002 Asian Games
Bodybuilding pictogram.svg
VenueBusan Citizens' Hall
Dates3–6 October
Competitors79 from 20 nations
2006 →

Bodybuilding was one of the many sports which was held at the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, South Korea between 3 and 6 October 2002. The competition took place at Busan Citizens' Hall. The competition included only men's events for eight different weight categories. The host national South Korea topped the medal table by winning three gold medals higher than Singapore and Bahrain.

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg
details
Cho Wang-bung
 South Korea
Ibrahim Sihat
 Singapore
Phạm Văn Mách
 Vietnam
65 kg
details
Abdul Halim Haron
 Singapore
Lee Lap Chi
 Hong Kong
Amir Zainal
 Singapore
70 kg
details
Han Dong-ki
 South Korea
Toshihiko Hirota
 Japan
Koji Godo
 Japan
75 kg
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Simon Chua
 Singapore
Yoshihiro Yano
 Japan
Min Zaw Oo
 Myanmar
80 kg
details
Lý Đức
 Vietnam
Liaw Teck Leong
 Malaysia
Lee Jin-ho
 South Korea
85 kg
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Kang Kyung-won
 South Korea
Sami Al-Haddad
 Bahrain
Mohamed Sabah
 Bahrain
90 kg
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Tareq Al-Farsani
 Bahrain
Mohd Ismail Muhammad
 Singapore
Ahmad Al-Saafeen
 Qatar
+90 kg
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Mohammad Anouti
 Lebanon
Wimpi Wungow
 Indonesia
Choi Jae-duck
 South Korea

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 South Korea (KOR)3025
2 Singapore (SGP)2215
3 Bahrain (BRN)1113
4 Vietnam (VIE)1012
5 Lebanon (LBN)1001
6 Japan (JPN)0213
7 Hong Kong (HKG)0101
 Indonesia (INA)0101
 Malaysia (MAS)0101
10 Myanmar (MYA)0011
 Qatar (QAT)0011
Totals (11 nations)88824

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 79 athletes from 20 nations competed in bodybuilding at the 2002 Asian Games:

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