Indoor athletics at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games

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Indoor athletics at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games was held in My Dinh Indoor Athletics Gymnasium, Hanoi, Vietnam from 31 October to 2 November 2009.

On the first day of competition youth beat out experience in the 60 metres races: representing the host nation, Vietnam's Vũ Thị Hương set a personal best to edge veteran Guzel Khubbieva to the women's gold, and 20-year-old Su Bingtian also ran a personal best to win the men's race. Chinese athlete Li Ling won the women's pole vault by almost half a metre (her mark of 4.45 m just one centimetre off the Asian record). Liu Qing won China's third gold of the day in the 1500 metres, just beating Bahrain's Mimi Belete, while Iran took their first athletics gold of the Games when Leila Rajabi scored an indoor best in the shot put.[1]

China, Kazakhstan and Saudi Arabia each picked up two golds on the second day. Ji Wei's 7.69 seconds in the 60 metre hurdles was a Games record and compatriot Chen Jingwen took gold in the 400 metres. For Kazakhstan, Asian record holder Olga Rypakova was unmatched in the triple jump but Vitaliy Tsykunov only just took the gold in the high jump, beating Syria's Majededdin Ghazal on count-back. Saudis Ahmed Faiz and Ismail Al-Sabiani won close contests in the long jump and 400 m competitions, while another Games record came in the 3000 metres, with James Kwalia from Qatar taking the victory.[2]

A total of 13 events were brought to a close on the third and final day of the athletics competition, with new Games records coming in all but the women’s 3000 m and relay race. Golds for Olga Rypakova, Margarita Matsko, Roman Valiyev and the relay team assured first place in the medals for Kazakhstan. The high jump was again won on countback, as Noengrothai Chaipetch was edged out by Uzbekistan's Nadiya Dusanova. Her compatriot Leonid Andreev set an indoor best of 5.60 m to win the pole vault. China took just one medal on the last day, but Iran raised their gold count to three through shot putter Amin Nikfar and 800 m runner Sajjad Moradi. Mohammed Al-Qaree upset Olympic medallist Dmitriy Karpov in the heptathlon, Wallapa Punsoongneun beat reigning champion Natalya Ivoninskaya in the hurdles, and Thamer Kamal Ali made it two golds for Qatar in the 1500 metres.[3]

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 m Su Bingtian
 China
6.65 Yasser Al-Nasheri
 Saudi Arabia
6.66 Wachara Sondee
 Thailand
6.68
400 m Ismail Al-Sabiani
 Saudi Arabia
47.31 Yousef Masrahi
 Saudi Arabia
47.49 Sergey Zaikov
 Kazakhstan
47.63
800 m Sajjad Moradi
 Iran
1:48.48
GR
Mohammad Al-Azemi
 Kuwait
1:48.93 Adnan Taess
 Iraq
1:49.59
1500 m Thamer Kamal Ali
 Qatar
3:42.36
GR
Alemu Bekele
 Bahrain
3:43.66 Abubaker Ali Kamal
 Qatar
3:44.07
3000 m James Kwalia
 Qatar
8:00.40
GR
Alemu Bekele
 Bahrain
8:01.50 Essa Ismail Rashed
 Qatar
8:05.87
60 m hurdles Ji Wei
 China
7.69
GR
Mohamed Issa Al-Thawadi
 Qatar
7.81 Sami Al-Haydar
 Saudi Arabia
7.81
4 × 400 m relay  Saudi Arabia
Yousef Masrahi
Ismail Al-Sabiani
Hamed Al-Bishi
Bandar Sharahili
3:10.31
GR
 Thailand
Chanatip Ruckburee
Jukkatip Pojaroen
Supachai Phachsay
Supachai Chimdee
3:11.07  United Arab Emirates
Omar Juma Al-Salfa
Ali Shirook
Saud Abdelkarim
Jasim Saeed
3:11.40
High jump Vitaliy Tsykunov
 Kazakhstan
2.22 Majededdin Ghazal
 Syria
2.22 Zhao Kuansong
 China
2.20
Pole vault Leonid Andreev
 Uzbekistan
5.60
GR
Yang Yansheng
 China
5.40 Kreeta Sintawacheewa
 Thailand
5.10
Long jump Ahmed Faiz
 Saudi Arabia
7.96
GR
Zhuang Haitao
 China
7.91 Theerayut Philakong
 Thailand
7.71
Triple jump Roman Valiyev
 Kazakhstan
16.60
GR
Yevgeniy Ektov
 Kazakhstan
16.44 Theerayut Philakong
 Thailand
16.05
Shot put Amin Nikfar
 Iran
19.66
GR
Chang Ming-huang
 Chinese Taipei
19.55 Sultan Al-Hebshi
 Saudi Arabia
19.39
Heptathlon Mohammed Al-Qaree
 Saudi Arabia
5791
GR
Dmitriy Karpov
 Kazakhstan
5691 Vũ Văn Huyện
 Vietnam
5622

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 m Vũ Thị Hương
 Vietnam
7.24
GR
Guzel Khubbieva
 Uzbekistan
7.39 Nongnuch Sanrat
 Thailand
7.42
400 m Chen Jingwen
 China
53.58 Gulustan Mahmood
 Iraq
53.75 Marina Maslyonko
 Kazakhstan
54.34
800 m Margarita Matsko
 Kazakhstan
2:03.06
GR
Trương Thanh Hằng
 Vietnam
2:03.65 Viktoriya Yalovtseva
 Kazakhstan
2:03.74
1500 m Liu Qing
 China
4:19.04 Mimi Belete
 Bahrain
4:19.79 Trương Thanh Hằng
 Vietnam
4:23.04
3000 m Tejitu Daba
 Bahrain
9:32.65 Bùi Thị Hiền
 Vietnam
9:37.19 Gladys Cherotich
 Bahrain
9:42.64
60 m hurdles Wallapa Pansoongneun
 Thailand
8.28
GR
Natalya Ivoninskaya
 Kazakhstan
8.38 Anastassiya Soprunova
 Kazakhstan
8.39
4 × 400 m relay  Kazakhstan
Viktoriya Yalovtseva
Margarita Matsko
Marina Maslyonko
Anna Gavriushenko
3:39.21  India
Mrudula Korada
Jauna Murmu
Tiana Mary Thomas
Ashwini Akkunji
3:41.23  Thailand
Achara Chanakhen
Karat Srimuang
Saowalee Kaewchuay
Treewadee Yongphan
3:41.37
High jump Nadiya Dusanova
 Uzbekistan
1.93
GR
Noengrothai Chaipetch
 Thailand
1.93
GR
Wanida Boonwan
 Thailand
1.91
Pole vault Li Ling
 China
4.45
GR
Lê Thị Phương
 Vietnam
4.00 Ni Putu Desy Margawati
 Indonesia
4.00
Long jump Olga Rypakova
 Kazakhstan
6.58
GR
Yuliya Tarasova
 Uzbekistan
6.45 M. A. Prajusha
 India
6.27
Triple jump Olga Rypakova
 Kazakhstan
14.40
GR
Irina Litvinenko
 Kazakhstan
13.87 Thitima Muangjan
 Thailand
13.78
Shot put Leila Rajabi
 Iran
17.07 Juttaporn Krasaeyan
 Thailand
16.12 Lin Chia-ying
 Chinese Taipei
16.08
Pentathlon Wassana Winatho
 Thailand
4062 Liu Haili
 China
3908 Nguyễn Thị Thu Cúc
 Vietnam
3765

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Kazakhstan 6 4 4 14
2  China 5 3 1 9
3  Saudi Arabia 4 2 2 8
4  Iran 3 0 0 3
5  Thailand 2 3 8 13
6  Uzbekistan 2 2 0 4
7  Qatar 2 1 2 5
8  Vietnam 1 3 3 7
9  Bahrain 1 3 1 5
10  Chinese Taipei 0 1 1 2
 India 0 1 1 2
 Iraq 0 1 1 2
13  Kuwait 0 1 0 1
 Syria 0 1 0 1
15  Indonesia 0 0 1 1
 United Arab Emirates 0 0 1 1
Total 26 26 26 78

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

60 m[edit]

31 October

Final[edit]
Rank Athlete Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Su Bingtian (CHN) 6.65
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Yasser Al-Nasheri (KSA) 6.66
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Wachara Sondee (THA) 6.68
4  Omar Juma Al-Salfa (UAE) 6.72
5  Tu Chia-lin (TPE) 6.78
6  Mohamed Farhan (BRN) 6.79
7  Yahya Al-Ghahes (KSA) 6.81
8  Leung Chun Wai (HKG) 6.83

400 m[edit]

Final[edit]

1 November

Rank Athlete Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Ismail Al-Sabiani (KSA) 47.31
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Yousef Masrahi (KSA) 47.49
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Sergey Zaikov (KAZ) 47.63
4  Ali Shirook (UAE) 48.67
 Reza Bouazar (IRI) DNF
 Saud Abdelkarim (UAE) DNF

800 m[edit]

1500 m[edit]

3000 m[edit]

1 November

Rank Athlete Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  James Kwalia (QAT) 8:00.40
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Alemu Bekele (BRN) 8:01.50
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Essa Ismail Rashed (QAT) 8:05.87
4  Sandeep Karan Singh (IND) 8:12.78
5  Omar Al-Rasheedi (KUW) 8:19.65
6  Shin Hyun-su (KOR) 8:21.37
7  Ho Chin-ping (TPE) 8:26.74
8  Boonthung Srisung (THA) 8:31.63
9  Mohammad Yunus (IND) 8:42.48
10  Sanchai Namkhet (THA) 8:43.99
 Ajmal Amirov (TJK) DNS

60 m hurdles[edit]

1 November

4 × 400 m relay[edit]

2 November

Rank Team Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Saudi Arabia (KSA) 3:10.31
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Thailand (THA) 3:11.07
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  United Arab Emirates (UAE) 3:11.40
4  India (IND) 3:13.01
5  Iraq (IRQ) 3:23.32

High jump[edit]

1 November

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Vitaliy Tsykunov (KAZ) 2.22
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Majededdin Ghazal (SYR) 2.22
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Zhao Kuansong (CHN) 2.20
4  Nguyễn Duy Bằng (VIE) 2.11
4  Hashem Al-Oqaibi (KSA) 2.11
6  Suchart Singhaklang (THA) 2.11
7  Nawaf Al-Yami (KSA) 2.05
8  Nikhil Chittarasu (IND) 2.05
9  Salem Nasser Bakheet (BRN) 2.05
10  Udara Silva (SRI) 2.05
11  Andre Dermawan (INA) 1.95

Pole vault[edit]

2 November

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Leonid Andreev (UZB) 5.60
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Yang Yansheng (CHN) 5.40
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Kreeta Sintawacheewa (THA) 5.10
4  Mohsen Rabbani (IRI) 5.10
5  Fahad Al-Mershad (KUW) 5.00
6  Eshagh Ghaffari (IRI) 5.00
7  K. P. Bimin (IND) 4.80
8  Jin Min-sub (KOR) 4.80
9  Bader Hashim (QAT) 4.70
 Ali Al-Sabaghah (KUW) NM
 Ying Yot (LAO) NM
 Sompong Saombankuay (THA) NM
 Mohamed Abbas Darwish (UAE) DNS

Long jump[edit]

1 November

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Ahmed Faiz (KSA) 7.96
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Zhuang Haitao (CHN) 7.91
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Theerayut Philakong (THA) 7.71
4  Hussein Al-Sabee (KSA) 7.68
5  Saleh Al-Haddad (KUW) 7.60
6  Mohammad Arzandeh (IRI) 7.60
7  Konstantin Safronov (KAZ) 7.57
8  Kwak Chang-man (KOR) 7.46
9  Supanara Sukhasvasti (THA) 7.39
10  Mohammad Ibrar (IND) 7.37
11  Chao Chih-chien (TPE) 7.34
12  Behrouz Sistanipour (IRI) 7.28
13  Nguyễn Văn Mùa (VIE) 7.13
14  Asril Abdullah (INA) 6.95
15  Sipaseuth Phetxomphou (LAO) 6.39
 Nayana Prasad Dharmaratne (SRI) NM

Triple jump[edit]

2 November

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Roman Valiyev (KAZ) 16.60
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Yevgeniy Ektov (KAZ) 16.44
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Theerayut Philakong (THA) 16.05
4  Mohamed Abbas Darwish (UAE) 16.03
5  Amarjit Singh (IND) 15.68
6  Varunyoo Kongnil (THA) 15.61
7  Nguyễn Văn Hùng (VIE) 15.61
8  Ruslan Kurbanov (UZB) 15.32
9  Rakesh Babu (IND) 14.91
10  Yu Jae-hyeok (KOR) 14.90
 Wu Bo (CHN) NM
 Ahmed Faraj (KSA) DNS
 Mohamed Yusuf Salman (BRN) DNS

Shot put[edit]

2 November

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Amin Nikfar (IRI) 19.66
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Chang Ming-huang (TPE) 19.55
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Sultan Al-Hebshi (KSA) 19.39
4  Mashari Suroor (KUW) 18.43
5  Sourabh Vij (IND) 18.38
6  Mehdi Shahrokhi (IRI) 18.32
7  Grigoriy Kamulya (UZB) 17.93
8  Satyender Singh (IND) 17.49
9  Chatchawal Polyiam (THA) 16.58
10  Sathaporn Kajorn (THA) 14.61
11  Hou Fei (MAC) 13.94

Heptathlon[edit]

1–2 November

Rank Athlete 60M Long
jump
Shot
put
High
jump
60M
hurdles
Pole
vault
1000M Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Mohammed Al-Qaree (KSA) 6.84
940
7.35
896
13.25
682
2.06
859
8.17
939
4.40
731
2:52.04
744
5791
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Dmitriy Karpov (KAZ) 7.25
796
6.89
788
14.93
785
1.97
776
8.21
930
4.70
819
2:47.02
797
5691
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Vũ Văn Huyện (VIE) 6.96
897
7.18
857
11.64
585
2.00
803
8.43
877
4.60
790
2:45.52
813
5622
4  P. J. Vinod (IND) 7.04
868
6.92
792
14.33
749
1.82
644
8.40
884
4.50
760
2:54.50
719
5416
5  Hadi Sepehrzad (IRI) 7.14
833
6.64
727
15.63
828
1.88
696
8.33
900
3.90
590
3:06.60
601
5175
6  Oudonsak Chanthavong (LAO) 7.31
775
6.45
684
8.32
385
1.85
670
8.58
841
NM
0
2:55.00
714
4069
 Pavel Dubitskiy (KAZ) 7.21
809
6.84
776
12.82
657
2.03
831
DNF
0
DNS
0
DNF
 Boonkete Chalon (THA) 7.13
837
6.77
757
12.10
612
NM
0
8.71
811
DNS
0
DNF
 Lin Qingquan (CHN) 7.27
789
DNS
0
DNF

Women[edit]

60 m[edit]

31 October

400 m[edit]

800 m[edit]

2 November

Rank Athlete Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Margarita Matsko (KAZ) 2:03.06
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Trương Thanh Hằng (VIE) 2:03.65
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Viktoriya Yalovtseva (KAZ) 2:03.74
4  Mimi Belete (BRN) 2:06.67
5  Souksavanh Malivanh (LAO) 2:31.04
 Inam Khazaal (IRQ) DNF
 Merjen Ishanguliyeva (TKM) DNS

1500 m[edit]

31 October

Rank Athlete Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Liu Qing (CHN) 4:19.04
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Mimi Belete (BRN) 4:19.79
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Trương Thanh Hằng (VIE) 4:23.04
4  Leila Ebrahimi (IRI) 4:26.10
5  Bùi Thị Hiền (VIE) 4:29.27
6  Youm Go-eun (KOR) 4:40.25
7  Priyanka Singh Patel (IND) 4:43.36
8  Inam Khazaal (IRQ) 4:51.48
 Shitaye Eshete (BRN) DNS

3000 m[edit]

2 November

Rank Athlete Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Tejitu Daba (BRN) 9:32.65
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Bùi Thị Hiền (VIE) 9:37.19
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Gladys Cherotich (BRN) 9:42.64
4  Youm Go-eun (KOR) 9:46.35
5  Leila Ebrahimi (IRI) 9:51.08
6  L. Surya (IND) 9:51.19
7  Phạm Thị Hiền (VIE) 10:02.78
8  Lalita Babar (IND) 10:22.27
9  Woraphan Nuansri (THA) 10:37.36

60 m hurdles[edit]

2 November

Rank Athlete Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Wallapa Pansoongneun (THA) 8.28
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Natalya Ivoninskaya (KAZ) 8.38
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Anastassiya Soprunova (KAZ) 8.39
4  Wang Li (CHN) 8.43
5  Gayathri Govindraj (IND) 8.47
6  Vũ Thị Hằng Ni (VIE) 8.49
7  Wassana Winatho (THA) 8.55
 Yelena Ryabova (TKM) DNS

4 × 400 m relay[edit]

2 November

Rank Team Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 3:39.21
2nd, silver medalist(s)  India (IND) 3:41.23
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Thailand (THA) 3:41.37
4  Iraq (IRQ) 3:59.01

High jump[edit]

2 November

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Nadiya Dusanova (UZB) 1.93
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Noengrothai Chaipetch (THA) 1.93
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Wanida Boonwan (THA) 1.91
4  Zheng Xingjuan (CHN) 1.89
4  Svetlana Radzivil (UZB) 1.89
6  Wu Meng-chia (TPE) 1.80
7  Bùi Thị Nhung (VIE) 1.80
8  Kavya Muthanna (IND) 1.80
9  Yekaterina Yevseyeva (KAZ) 1.80
10  Priyangika Madumanthi (SRI) 1.75
11  Kang Yeon-jung (KOR) 1.75
12  Rim Abdullah (SYR) 1.65

Pole vault[edit]

31 October

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Li Ling (CHN) 4.45
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Lê Thị Phương (VIE) 4.00
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Ni Putu Desy Margawati (INA) 4.00
4  Sukanya Chomchuendee (THA) 3.70
5  Sunisa Kaoiad (THA) 3.60
6  Trần Thị Lan (VIE) 3.40
7  Toukta Khamboonheung (LAO) 3.00
 Madhushini Devi (IND) DNS

Long jump[edit]

2 November

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Olga Rypakova (KAZ) 6.58
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Yuliya Tarasova (UZB) 6.45
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  M. A. Prajusha (IND) 6.27
4  Chen Yaling (CHN) 6.27
5  Aleksandra Kotlyarova (UZB) 6.26
6  Thitima Muangjan (THA) 6.18
7  Sirada Seechaichana (THA) 6.13
8  Reshmi Bose (IND) 6.09
9  Maria Natalia Londa (INA) 5.88

Triple jump[edit]

1 November

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Olga Rypakova (KAZ) 14.40
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Irina Litvinenko (KAZ) 13.87
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Thitima Muangjan (THA) 13.78
4  Li Yanmei (CHN) 13.68
5  Aleksandra Kotlyarova (UZB) 13.58
6  M. A. Prajusha (IND) 13.42
7  Sirada Seechaichana (THA) 13.26
8  Maria Natalia Londa (INA) 13.04
9  Tessymole Joseph (IND) 12.78
10  Valeriya Kanatova (UZB) 12.69
11  Fadwa Al-Bouza (SYR) 12.47

Shot put[edit]

31 October

Rank Athlete Result
1st, gold medalist(s)  Leila Rajabi (IRI) 17.07
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Juttaporn Krasaeyan (THA) 16.12
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Lin Chia-ying (TPE) 16.08
4  Siwaporn Warapiang (THA) 13.99
5  Moon Eun-gi (KOR) 13.64
6  Neelam Jakhar (IND) 12.67
7  Salma Abdullah (QAT) 9.82
8  Maryam Al-Mutabaghi (KUW) 8.82

Pentathlon[edit]

31 October

Rank Athlete 60M
hurdles
High
jump
Shot
put
Long
jump
800M Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Wassana Winatho (THA) 8.63
989
1.74
903
11.68
640
5.71
759
2:23.95
771
4062
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Liu Haili (CHN) 8.79
954
1.62
759
12.23
676
5.69
756
2:24.50
763
3908
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Nguyễn Thị Thu Cúc (VIE) 9.15
879
1.68
830
10.78
581
5.57
720
2:25.17
755
3765
4  Chu Chia-ling (TPE) 8.93
925
1.71
867
10.40
556
5.65
744
2:39.02
584
3676
5  Dương Thị Việt Anh (VIE) 9.49
810
1.77
941
10.00
529
5.72
765
2:46.36
502
3547
6  K. D. Sindhu (IND) 9.53
802
1.68
830
9.60
503
5.33
651
2:25.64
749
3535
7  Navpreet Kaur (IND) 9.24
860
1.56
689
9.96
527
4.94
543
2:34.06
643
3262
8  Alaa Hikmat (IRQ) 9.98
716
1.35
460
7.98
398
4.76
495
DNF
0
2069
9  Pylaylack Sackpaseuth (LAO) DNF
0
1.41
523
8.74
447
5.00
557
2:51.13
452
1979

References[edit]

  1. ^ Krishnan, Ram. Murali (2009-10-31). Li Ling's vault victory and Huong's 60m triumph highlight opening day of Asian Indoor Games in Hanoi. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-11-02.
  2. ^ Krishnan, Ram. Murali (2009-11-01). Kwalia’s 3000m victory the highlight on Day two in Hanoi – Asian Indoor Games. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-11-02.
  3. ^ Krishnan, Ram. Murali (2009-11-02). Andreyev's 5.60m vault the highlight as Asian Indoor Games conclude in Hanoi. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-11-02.

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