Judo at the 1998 Asian Games

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Judo
at the 1998 Asian Games
Judo pictogram.svg
Venue Thammasat Gymnasium 1
Dates 7 December 1998 (1998-12-07) – 10 December 1998 (1998-12-10)
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The Judo competition at the 1998 Asian Games was contested in fourteen weight classes, seven each for men and women, held at the Thammasat University in Thailand.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra lightweight
(−60 kg) details
Kazuhiko Tokuno
 Japan
Yang Bo
 China
Hyun Seung-hoon
 South Korea
Nurbol Suleimenov
 Kazakhstan
Half lightweight
(−66 kg) details
Yukimasa Nakamura
 Japan
Ivan Baglayev
 Kazakhstan
Erdenebaataryn Uuganbayar
 Mongolia
Arash Miresmaeili
 Iran
Lightweight
(−73 kg) details
Khaliuny Boldbaatar
 Mongolia
Kenzo Nakamura
 Japan
Andrey Shturbabin
 Uzbekistan
Kim Dae-wook
 South Korea
Half middleweight
(−81 kg) details
Cho In-chul
 South Korea
Kwak Ok-chol
 North Korea
Ruslan Seilkhanov
 Kazakhstan
Kazem Sarikhani
 Iran
Middleweight
(−90 kg) details
Yoo Sung-yeon
 South Korea
Yoshio Nakamura
 Japan
Dashzevegiin Pürevsüren
 Mongolia
Kamol Muradov
 Uzbekistan
Half heavyweight
(−100 kg) details
Kosei Inoue
 Japan
Armen Bagdasarov
 Uzbekistan
Park Sung-keun
 South Korea
Farhad Maabi
 Iran
Heavyweight
(+100 kg) details
Shinichi Shinohara
 Japan
Mahmoud Miran
 Iran
Pan Song
 China
Ochiryn Odgerel
 Mongolia

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra lightweight
(−48 kg) details
Tomoe Makabe
 Japan
Cha Hyon-hyang
 North Korea
Gao Lijuan
 China
Nuanchan Tangprapassorn
 Thailand
Half lightweight
(−52 kg) details
Kye Sun-hui
 North Korea
Kim Hye-sook
 South Korea
Kazue Nagai
 Japan
Li Ying
 China
Lightweight
(−57 kg) details
Khishigbatyn Erdenet-Od
 Mongolia
Shen Jun
 China
Kie Kusakabe
 Japan
Jung Sung-sook
 South Korea
Half middleweight
(−63 kg) details
Wang Xianbo
 China
Nami Kimoto
 Japan
Kim Hwa-soo
 South Korea
Wu Mei-ling
 Chinese Taipei
Middleweight
(−70 kg) details
Lim Jung-sook
 South Korea
Miki Amao
 Japan
Chen Chiu-ping
 Chinese Taipei
Song Jianfeng
 China
Half heavyweight
(−78 kg) details
Tang Lin
 China
Varvara Massyagina
 Kazakhstan
Kang Min-jeong
 South Korea
Sambuugiin Dashdulam
 Mongolia
Heavyweight
(+78 kg) details
Yuan Hua
 China
Lee Hsiao-hung
 Chinese Taipei
Miho Ninomiya
 Japan
Paradawdee Pestonyee
 Thailand

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan54312
2 China3249
3 South Korea31610
4 Mongolia2046
5 North Korea1203
6 Kazakhstan0224
7 Iran0134
8 Chinese Taipei0123
 Uzbekistan0123
10 Thailand0022
Totals (10 nations)14142856

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