Sepak takraw at the 2010 Asian Games

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Sepak takraw
at the 2010 Asian Games
Sepaktakraw pictogram.svg
Venue Haizhu Sports Center
Dates November 16, 2010 (2010-11-16)–November 27, 2010 (2010-11-27)
Competitors 172 from 10 nations
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Sepak takraw was contested at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China by both men and women from November 16 to 27 2010. Team, Regu, and Doubles competitions were all involved in the Sepak takraw competition with all games taking place at Haizhu Sports Center.[1] Each country, except the host country, was limited to two entries per gender.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Double regu
details
 Myanmar
Si Thu Lin
Zaw Lat
Zaw Zaw Aung
 South Korea
Jeong Won-deok
Lee Gyu-nam
Lee Jun-ho
 Japan
Yuichi Matsuda
Susumu Teramoto
Takeshi Terashima
 Indonesia
Husni Uba
Jusri Pakke
Yudi Purnomo
Regu
details
 Thailand
Anuwat Chaichana
Kriangkrai Kaewmian
Pornchai Kaokaew
Wirawut Nanongkhai
Pattarapong Yupadee
 Malaysia
Futra Abd Ghani
Noor Azman Abd Hamid
Farhan Adam
Normanizam Ahmad
Nor Shahruddin Mad Ghani
 Myanmar
Aung Cho Myint
Aung Myo Swe
Si Thu Lin
Zaw Lat
Zaw Zaw Aung
 China
Ge Yusheng
Xu Mingchi
Yang Jiapeng
Zhang Linye
Zhou Haiyang
Team
details
 Thailand
Anuwat Chaichana
Somporn Jaisinghol
Kriangkrai Kaewmian
Pornchai Kaokaew
Supachai Maneenat
Wirawut Nanongkhai
Suriyan Peachan
Suebsak Phunsueb
Siriwat Sakha
Singha Somsakul
Kritsana Tanakorn
Pattarapong Yupadee
 Malaysia
Futra Abd Ghani
Noor Azman Abd Hamid
Farhan Adam
Normanizam Ahmad
Syazwan Husin
Mohd Helmi Ismail
Nor Shahruddin Mad Ghani
Mohd Hafizie Manap
Zulkarnain Arif
Ahmad Sufi Hashim
Azman Nasruddin
Ariff Ramli
 Japan
Masanori Hayashi
Yoshitaka Iida
Yuichi Matsuda
Jun Motohashi
Tomoyuki Nakatsuka
Seiya Takano
Susumu Teramoto
Takeshi Terashima
Masahiro Yamada
 South Korea
Go Jae-uk
Im An-soo
Jeong Won-deok
Kim Young-man
Kwon Hyuk-jin
Lee Gyu-nam
Lee Jun-ho
Lee Myung-jung
Park Hyeon-geun
Sin Seung-tae
Woo Gyeong-han
Yoo Dong-young

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Double regu
details
 Myanmar
Kyu Kyu Thin
May Zin Phyoe
Phyu Phyu Than
 China
Cui Yonghui
Sun Xiaodan
Wang Xiaohua
 South Korea
Ahn Soon-ok
Kim Mi-jin
Park Keum-duk
 Japan
Sawa Aoki
Yukie Sato
Chiharu Yano
Regu
details
 Thailand
Tidawan Daosakul
Sunthari Rupsung
Phikun Seedam
Nareerat Takan
Daranee Wongcharern
 Vietnam
Lại Thị Huyền Trang
Lưu Thị Thanh
Nguyễn Hải Thảo
Nguyễn Thị Bích Thủy
Nguyễn Thịnh Thu Ba
 China
Cui Yonghui
Gu Xihui
Song Cheng
Wang Xiaohua
Zhou Ronghong
 Myanmar
Ei Thin Zar
Kay Zin Htut
Kyu Kyu Thin
May Zin Phyoe
Naing Naing Win
Team
details
 Thailand
Tidawan Daosakul
Masaya Duangsri
Wanwisa Jankaen
Nitinadda Kaewkamsai
Kaewjai Pumsawangkaew
Sunthari Rupsung
Phikun Seedam
Payom Srihongsa
Nareerat Takan
Rungtip Tanaking
Nisa Thanaattawut
Daranee Wongcharern
 China
Cui Yonghui
Gu Xihui
Lao Tianxue
Liu Xiaofang
Liu Yanhong
Song Cheng
Sun Xiaodan
Wang Xiaohua
Zhang Yanan
Zhao Tengfei
Zhou Ronghong
 Indonesia
Aliya Prihatini
Asmira
Dini Mita Sari
Florensia Cristy
Hasmawati Umar
Jumasiah
Lena
Leni
Mega Citra Kusuma
Nur Qadriyanti
Rike Media Sari
 Vietnam
Đinh Thị Thúy Hằng
Lại Thị Huyền Trang
Lê Thị Hạnh
Lưu Thị Thanh
Nguyễn Bạch Vân
Nguyễn Hải Thảo
Nguyễn Thị Bích Thủy
Nguyễn Thị Dung
Nguyễn Thị Hạnh Ngân
Nguyễn Thị Thuý An
Nguyễn Thịnh Thu Ba
Trương Thị Vân

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Thailand 4 0 0 4
2  Myanmar 2 0 2 4
3  China 0 2 2 4
4  Malaysia 0 2 0 2
5  South Korea 0 1 2 3
6  Vietnam 0 1 1 2
7  Japan 0 0 3 3
8  Indonesia 0 0 2 2
Total 6 6 12 24

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 172 athletes from 10 nations competed in sepak takraw at the 2010 Asian Games:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sepaktakraw gym serves as badminton gym after Asian Games". 18 July 2010. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 

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