Judo at the 1994 Asian Games

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Judo
at the 1994 Asian Games
Judo pictogram.svg
Location Hiroshima, Japan
Dates 12–15 October 1994
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The Judo Competition at the 1994 Asian Games was contested in sixteen weight classes, eight each for men and women. This competition was held from October 12 to October 15, 1994.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra lightweight
(−60 kg) details
Kim Hyuk
 South Korea
Ryuji Sonoda
 Japan
Hassan Ahadpour
 Iran
Serik Adiganov
 Kazakhstan
Half lightweight
(−65 kg) details
Yukimasa Nakamura
 Japan
Ivan Karazeldi
 Kazakhstan
Hao Yi
 China
Dashgombyn Battulga
 Mongolia
Lightweight
(−71 kg) details
Chung Hoon
 South Korea
Shigeru Toyama
 Japan
Ismail Vechegurov
 Kazakhstan
Khaliuny Boldbaatar
 Mongolia
Half middleweight
(−78 kg) details
Yoon Dong-sik
 South Korea
Hidenori Horikoshi
 Japan
Vladimir Shmakov
 Uzbekistan
Lo Yu-wei
 Chinese Taipei
Middleweight
(−86 kg) details
Yoshio Nakamura
 Japan
Sergey Alimzhanov
 Kazakhstan
Kim Suk-kyu
 South Korea
Khairoullo Nazriev
 Tajikistan
Half heavyweight
(−95 kg) details
Shigeru Okaizumi
 Japan
Kim Jae-sik
 South Korea
Dmitri Soloviev
 Uzbekistan
Sergey Shakimov
 Kazakhstan
Heavyweight
(+95 kg) details
Jun Konno
 Japan
Mahmoud Miran
 Iran
Wang Ruisheng
 China
Badmaanyambuugiin Bat-Erdene
 Mongolia
Openweight
details
Katsuyuki Masuchi
 Japan
Lee Joon-young
 South Korea
Wang Ruisheng
 China
Badmaanyambuugiin Bat-Erdene
 Mongolia

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra lightweight
(−48 kg) details
Ryoko Tamura
 Japan
Li Aiyue
 China
Kim So-la
 South Korea
Huang Yu-hsin
 Chinese Taipei
Half lightweight
(−52 kg) details
Hyun Sook-hee
 South Korea
Atsuko Takeda
 Japan
Wang Jin
 China
Tseng Hsiao-fen
 Chinese Taipei
Lightweight
(−56 kg) details
Jung Sun-yong
 South Korea
Noriko Sugawara
 Japan
Liu Chuang
 China
Poonam Chopra
 India
Half middleweight
(−61 kg) details
Jung Sung-sook
 South Korea
Yuko Emoto
 Japan
Wu Ching Hui
 Hong Kong
Zhang Di
 China
Middleweight
(−66 kg) details
Aiko Oishi
 Japan
Cho Min-sun
 South Korea
Wu Mei-ling
 Chinese Taipei
Nadejda Jeltakova
 Turkmenistan
Half heavyweight
(−72 kg) details
Kim Mi-jung
 South Korea
Leng Chunhui
 China
Chen Chiu-ping
 Chinese Taipei
Yuriko Fukuba
 Japan
Heavyweight
(+72 kg) details
Zhang Ying
 China
Yeh Wen-hua
 Chinese Taipei
Shon Hyun-me
 South Korea
Kaori Suzuki
 Japan
Openweight
details
Noriko Anno
 Japan
Qiao Yanmin
 China
Moon Ji-yoon
 South Korea
Sambuugiin Dashdulam
 Mongolia

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan 8 6 2 16
2  South Korea 7 3 4 14
3  China 1 3 6 10
4  Kazakhstan 0 2 3 5
5  Chinese Taipei 0 1 5 6
6  Iran 0 1 1 2
7  Mongolia 0 0 5 5
8  Uzbekistan 0 0 2 2
9  Hong Kong 0 0 1 1
 India 0 0 1 1
 Tajikistan 0 0 1 1
 Turkmenistan 0 0 1 1
Total 16 16 32 64

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