Kabaddi at the 2006 Asian Games

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Kabaddi
at the 2006 Asian Games
Kabaddi pictogram.svg
Venue Aspire Hall 4
Dates 2 December 2006 (2006-12-02) – 6 December 2006 (2006-12-06)
Competitors 60 from 5 nations
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Kabaddi was contested by five teams at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar from December 2 to December 6. The competition took place at the Aspire Hall 4.

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
 India
Navneet Gautam
Vikash Kumar
Suresh Kumar
Dinesh Kumar
Manpreet Singh
Ramesh Kumar
Rakesh Kumar
Sukhvir Singh
Naveen Kumar
Gaurav Shetty
Pankaj Shirsat
Rajeev Kumar Singh
 Pakistan
Muhammad Akram
Nasir Ali
Badshah Gul
Wajid Ali
Waseem Sajjad
Muhammad Arshad
Maqsood Ali
Rahat Maqsood
Naveel Akram
Abrar Khan
Faryad Ali
Faisal Qadeer
 Bangladesh
Ziaur Rahman
Badsha Miah
Kazi Yunus Ahmed
Md Abdur Rouf
Kamal Hossain
Abu Salah Musa
Md Mizanur Rahman
Mozammal Haque
Bozlur Rashid
Mosharrof Hossain
Abul Kalam
Razu Ahmed

Draw[edit]

The draw ceremony for the team sports was held on 7 September 2006 at Doha. The teams were seeded based on their final ranking at the 2002 Asian Games.[1]

* The format was changed to five-team round-robin after Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand withdrew.

Squads[edit]

 Bangladesh  India  Iran  Japan
  • Mohammad Shaabani
  • Behzad Bamedi
  • Abdolhamid Maghsoudloo
  • Ramezan Ali Paeinmahalli
  • Aref Fojerdi
  • Farhad Kamal Gharibi
  • Mostafa Nodehi
  • Ali Doustmohammadi
  • Ali Roshanshomal
  • Hossein Nosrati
  • Kianoush Naderian
  • Nasser Roumiani
  • Terukazu Nitta
  • Shojun Shimizutani
  • Tatsuhiko Yamada
  • Yoshinori Suga
  • Takeshi Kozu
  • Kazuaki Murakami
  • Ryoki Nishioka
  • Koji Matsuhashi
  • Kokei Ito
  • Masayuki Ota
  • Hiromi Takahashi
  • Kazuhiro Takano
 Pakistan

Results[edit]

All times are Arabia Standard Time (UTC+03:00)

Round robin[edit]

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
 India 4 4 0 0 153 83 +70 8
 Pakistan 4 3 0 1 141 107 +34 6
 Iran 4 1 1 2 122 146 −24 3
 Bangladesh 4 1 0 3 129 165 −36 2
 Japan 4 0 1 3 92 136 −44 1
2 December
9:00
Pakistan  34–16  Japan Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(23–6)

2 December
10:00
India  40–21  Bangladesh Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(24–14)

2 December
17:00
Japan  25–44  India Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(11–29)

2 December
18:00
Iran  25–45  Pakistan Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(11–20)

3 December
17:00
Japan  24–24  Iran Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(7–11)

3 December
18:00
Pakistan  42–35  Bangladesh Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(17–24)

4 December
17:00
Bangladesh  39–56  Iran Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(20–31)

4 December
18:00
India  31–20  Pakistan Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(9–11)

5 December
17:00
Iran  17–38  India Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(10–14)

5 December
18:00
Bangladesh  34–27  Japan Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(10–11)

Final round[edit]

Bronze medal match[edit]

6 December
17:00
Iran  26–37  Bangladesh Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(9–15)

Gold medal match[edit]

6 December
18:00
India  35–23  Pakistan Aspire Hall 4, Doha
(21–14)

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team Pld W D L
1st, gold medalist(s)  India 5 5 0 0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Pakistan 5 3 0 2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Bangladesh 5 2 0 3
4  Iran 5 1 1 3
5  Japan 4 0 1 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Asian Games kabaddi draw". People's Daily . 24 November 2006. Retrieved 29 November 2013. 

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