Bowling at the 2007 Asian Indoor Games

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Bowling at the 2007 Asian Indoor Games was held in Bowling Centre, Macau, China from 27 October to 2 November 2007.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Singles Nayef Eqab
 United Arab Emirates
Kim Hyun-suk
 South Korea
Choi Bok-eum
 South Korea
Khaled Al-Debayyan
 Kuwait
Doubles  South Korea
Choi Bok-eum
Park Min-su
 Thailand
Yannaphon Larpapharat
Somjed Kusonphithak
 Japan
Daiki Ikeda
Masaaki Takemoto
 United Arab Emirates
Nayef Eqab
Shaker Ali Al-Hassan
Team of 4  South Korea
Choi Bok-eum
Park Min-su
Kim Kwang-wook
Kim Hyun-suk
 Qatar
Saeed Al-Hajri
Abdulla Al-Qattan
Mubarak Al-Merikhi
Fahad Al-Emadi
 Japan
Tomoyuki Sasaki
Masaru Ito
Daiki Ikeda
Masaaki Takemoto
 Thailand
Phoemphun Yakasem
Surasak Manuwong
Somjed Kusonphithak
Yannaphon Larpapharat

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Singles Choi Jin-a
 South Korea
Zatil Iman
 Malaysia
Yang Suiling
 China
Haruka Matsuda
 Japan
Doubles  South Korea
Gang Hye-eun
Gye Min-young
 South Korea
Choi Jin-a
Kim Yeau-jin
 China
Chen Dongdong
Wu Suqin
 China
Zhang Yuhong
Yang Suiling
Team of 4  South Korea
Choi Jin-a
Kim Yeau-jin
Gang Hye-eun
Gye Min-young
 China
Chen Dongdong
Wu Suqin
Zhang Yuhong
Yang Suiling
 Japan
Haruka Matsuda
Kumi Tsuzawa
Kanako Ishimine
Ayano Katai
 Malaysia
Zatil Iman
Jane Sin
Trish Khoo
Norhanizah Abu Bakar

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  South Korea 5 2 1 8
2  United Arab Emirates 1 0 1 2
3  China 0 1 3 4
4  Malaysia 0 1 1 2
 Thailand 0 1 1 2
6  Qatar 0 1 0 1
7  Japan 0 0 4 4
8  Kuwait 0 0 1 1
Total 6 6 12 24

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Singles[edit]

27 October

Preliminary[edit]
Knockout round[edit]
Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
3   Khaled Al-Debayyan (KUW) 235  
6   Mohd Nur Aiman (MAS) 215     3   Khaled Al-Debayyan (KUW) 195  
7   Tomoyuki Sasaki (JPN) 203     2   Kim Hyun-suk (KOR) 258  
2   Kim Hyun-suk (KOR) 247       2   Kim Hyun-suk (KOR) 172
1   Choi Bok-eum (KOR) 242       5   Nayef Eqab (UAE) 211
8   Hassan Al-Shaikh (KSA) 168     1   Choi Bok-eum (KOR) 191
5   Nayef Eqab (UAE) 246     5   Nayef Eqab (UAE) 227    
4   Hussain Nasir Al-Suwaidi (UAE) 190  

Doubles[edit]

29 October

Preliminary[edit]
Knockout round[edit]
Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1   Somjed Kusonpithak (THA)
  Yannaphon Larpapharat (THA)
389  
8   Cheng Hsing-chao (TPE)
  Hsiao Chun-ho (TPE)
384     1   Somjed Kusonpithak (THA)
  Yannaphon Larpapharat (THA)
483  
3   Mubarak Al-Merikhi (QAT)
  Saeed Al-Hajri (QAT)
402     6   Daiki Ikeda (JPN)
  Masaaki Takemoto (JPN)
373  
6   Daiki Ikeda (JPN)
  Masaaki Takemoto (JPN)
468       1   Somjed Kusonpithak (THA)
  Yannaphon Larpapharat (THA)
410
5   Nayef Eqab (UAE)
  Shaker Ali Al-Hassan (UAE)
437       2   Choi Bok-eum (KOR)
  Park Min-su (KOR)
521
4   Syaherezan Fajrin (MAS)
  Mohd Nur Aiman (MAS)
403     5   Nayef Eqab (UAE)
  Shaker Ali Al-Hassan (UAE)
369
7   Hassan Al-Shaikh (KSA)
  Bader Al-Shaikh (KSA)
406     2   Choi Bok-eum (KOR)
  Park Min-su (KOR)
386    
2   Choi Bok-eum (KOR)
  Park Min-su (KOR)
437  

Team of 4[edit]

Preliminary[edit]

31 October – 1 November

Rank Team Score
1  Japan (JPN) 5378
2  Qatar (QAT) 5156
3  Thailand (THA) 5078
4  South Korea (KOR) 5017
5  Kuwait (KUW) 4956
6  Philippines (PHI) 4939
7  United Arab Emirates (UAE) 4924
8  Hong Kong (HKG) 4913
9  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 4833
10  Indonesia (INA) 4790
11  Saudi Arabia (KSA) 4789
12  Malaysia (MAS) 4753
13  Macau (MAC) 4656
14  Bahrain (BRN) 4630
15  China (CHN) 4591
16  Iran (IRI) 4591
17  India (IND) 4514
18  Uzbekistan (UZB) 4240
Knockout round[edit]

2 November

Semifinals Final
3   Thailand 777  
2   Qatar 783     2   Qatar 829
1   Japan 766     4   South Korea 922
4   South Korea 830  

Women[edit]

Singles[edit]

28 October

Preliminary[edit]
Knockout round[edit]
Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
7   Saowapha Kunaksorn (THA) 148  
2   Zatil Iman (MAS) 217     2   Zatil Iman (MAS) 214  
1   Gye Min-young (KOR) 182     8   Yang Suiling (CHN) 172  
8   Yang Suiling (CHN) 195       2   Zatil Iman (MAS) 191
5   Ayano Katai (JPN) 208       3   Choi Jin-a (KOR) 214
4   Haruka Matsuda (JPN) 213     4   Haruka Matsuda (JPN) 156
3   Choi Jin-a (KOR) 217     3   Choi Jin-a (KOR) 298    
6   Apple Posadas (PHI) 212  

Doubles[edit]

30 October

Preliminary[edit]
Knockout round[edit]
Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1   Choi Jin-a (KOR)
  Kim Yeau-jin (KOR)
401  
8   Chan Weng Sam (MAC)
  Alexandra Foo (MAC)
371     1   Choi Jin-a (KOR)
  Kim Yeau-jin (KOR)
443  
5   Zatil Iman (MAS)
  Norhanizah Abu Bakar (MAS)
395     4   Zhang Yuhong (CHN)
  Yang Suiling (CHN)
413  
4   Zhang Yuhong (CHN)
  Yang Suiling (CHN)
472       1   Choi Jin-a (KOR)
  Kim Yeau-jin (KOR)
381
3   Gang Hye-eun (KOR)
  Gye Min-young (KOR)
413       3   Gang Hye-eun (KOR)
  Gye Min-young (KOR)
391
6   Ayano Katai (JPN)
  Kanako Ishimine (JPN)
340     3   Gang Hye-eun (KOR)
  Gye Min-young (KOR)
424
7   Chan Shuk Han (HKG)
  Vanessa Fung (HKG)
356     2   Chen Dongdong (CHN)
  Wu Suqin (CHN)
341    
2   Chen Dongdong (CHN)
  Wu Suqin (CHN)
396  

Team of 4[edit]

Preliminary[edit]

31 October – 1 November

Rank Team Score
1  South Korea (KOR) 5284
2  Malaysia (MAS) 4887
3  China (CHN) 4841
4  Japan (JPN) 4718
5  Philippines (PHI) 4702
6  Thailand (THA) 4435
7  Hong Kong (HKG) 4434
8  Macau (MAC) 4343
9  India (IND) 4019
Knockout round[edit]

2 November

Semifinals Final
1   South Korea 842  
4   Japan 764     1   South Korea 957
3   China 793     3   China 833
2   Malaysia 720  

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