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1998 Asian Athletics Championships

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1998 Asian Athletics Championships

The 12th Asian Championships in Athletics were held in Fukuoka, Japan in July 1998.

Medal summary

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Zhou Wei
China
10.39 Watson Nyambek
Malaysia
10.42 Hiroyasu Tsuchie
Japan
10.44
200 m Koji Ito
Japan
20.70 Han Chaoming
China
20.77 Gennadiy Chernovol
Kazakhstan
20.92
400 m Sugath Tillakaratne
Sri Lanka
44.61 CR Masayoshi Kan
Japan
45.64 Kenji Tabata
Japan
45.69
800 m Cheng Bing
China
1:47.71 Abdulhassan Abdulrahman
Qatar
1:47.74 Mahmoud Al-Khairat
Syria
1:48.16
1500 m Mohammed Sulaiman
Qatar
3:43.70 Kiyonari Shibata
Japan
3:44.38 Cheng Bing
China
3:44.92
5000 m Toshinari Takaoka
Japan
13:54.34 Gulab Chand
India
13:55.40 Ahmed Ibrahim Warsama
Qatar
13:58.35
10,000 m Baek Seung-Do
South Korea
30:12.26 Toshihiro Iwasa
Japan
30:12.57 Gulab Chand
India
30:14.69
3000 m St. Saad Shadad Al-Asmari
Saudi Arabia
8:31.13 Yasunori Uchitomi
Japan
8:33.40 Hamid Sajjadi
Iran
8:37.88
110 m H Chen Yanhao
China
13.53 CR Qi Zhen
China
13.74 Andrey Sklyarenko
Kazakhstan
13.86
400 m H Mubarak Al-Nubi
Qatar
48.71 CR Hideaki Kawamura
Japan
49.69 Kazuhiko Yamazaki
Japan
49.81
20 km Walk Li Zewen
China
1:27:58 Yoshima Hara
Japan
1:28:16 Valeriy Borisov
Kazakhstan
1:29:05
4 x 100 m China
Zhou Wei
Lin Wei
Yin Hanzhao
Han Chaoming
39.03 Japan 39.30 Qatar
Jamal Abbas
Hamed Al-Dosari
Jamal Suleiman
Saad Mubarak
39.43
4 x 400 m Japan
Kenji Tabata
Jun Osakada
Shunji Karube
Masayoshi Kan
3:02.61 South Korea
Kim Jae-Da
Shon Ju-Il
Kim Ho
Kim Yong-Hwan
3:04.44 NR Sri Lanka 3:05.79
High jump Zhou Zhongge
China
2.30 Lee Jin-Taek
South Korea
2.27 Loo Kum Zee
Malaysia
2.23
Pole vault Igor Potapovich
Kazakhstan
5.55 Aleksandr Korchagin
Kazakhstan
5.40 Hideji Suzuki
Japan
5.20
Long jump Masaki Morinaga
Japan
8.08 Liu Hongning
China
7.97 Shigeru Tagawa
Japan
7.96
Triple jump Duan Qifeng
China
16.79 Takanori Sugibayashi
Japan
16.50 Takashi Komatsu
Japan
16.38
Shot put Bilal Saad Mubarak
Qatar
19.17 CR Liu Hao
China
18.86 Shakti Singh
India
18.40
Discus Li Shaojie
China
60.28 Dashdendev Makhashiri
Mongolia
57.00 Ajit Bhaduria
India
55.46
Hammer Andrey Abduvaliyev
Uzbekistan
76.67 CR Koji Murofushi
Japan
74.17 Nikolay Davydov
Kyrgyzstan
70.31
Javelin Zhang Lianbiao
China
77.61 Li Rongxiang
China
77.48 Mikio Tamura
Japan
75.71
Decathlon Toru Yasui
Japan
7439 pts CR Tomokazu Sugama
Japan
7347 pts Ivan Yarkin
Kazakhstan
7239 pts

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Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Yan Jiankui
China
11.39 Cui Dangfeng
China
11.42 Shanti Govindasamy
Malaysia
11.60
200 m Yan Jiankui
China
23.00 =CR Huang Mei
China
23.21 P.T. Usha
India
23.27
400 m Damayanthi Dharsha
Sri Lanka
51.23 =CR Svetlana Bodritskaya
Kazakhstan
52.46 P.T. Usha
India
52.55
800 m Zhang Jian
China
2:01.16 CR Liu Jing
China
2:01.85 Jyotirmoy Sikdar
India
2:02.65
1500 m Liu Jing
China
4:12.76 CR Wang Chunmei
China
4:13.45 Jyotirmoy Sikdar
India
4:14.32
5000 m Wang Chunmei
China
15:49.48 Liu Shixiang
China
15:53.76 Megumi Tanaka
Japan
15:55.10
10,000 m Liu Shixiang
China
32:28.49 Chiemi Takahashi
Japan
32:32.99 Aki Fujikawa
Japan
32:48.05
100 m H Olga Shishigina
Kazakhstan
13.04 CR Feng Yun
China
13.10 Sriyani Kulawansa
Sri Lanka
13.16
400 m H Li Rui
China
55.80 CR Natalya Torshina
Kazakhstan
56.34 Hsu Pei-Ching
Chinese Taipei
57.09
10,000 m road walk Li Yuxin
China
46:41 Rie Mitsumori
Japan
46:42 Yuka Mitsumori
Japan
47:01
4 x 100 m India 44.43 Japan 44.45 Thailand 44.85
4 x 400 m China 3:33.48 India 3:34.04 Japan 3:35.71
High jump Miki Imai
Japan
1.94 CR Yoko Ota
Japan
1.91 Jin Ling
China
1.88
Pole vault Peng Xiaoming
China
4.00 CR Masumi Ono
Japan
3.80 Chie Miyoshi
Japan
3.70
Long jump Guan Yingnan
China
6.83 CR Yu Yiqun
China
6.74 Yelena Pershina
Kazakhstan
6.50w
Triple jump Ren Ruiping
China
14.11 CR Wang Kuo-Huei
Chinese Taipei
13.30 Maho Hanaoka
Japan
13.24
Shot put Li Meisu
China
18.63 Yu Juan
China
18.12 Lee Myung-Sun
South Korea
17.66
Discus Yu Xin
China
57.47 Neelam Jaswant Singh
India
56.81 Xiao Yanling
China
53.32
Hammer Gu Yuan
China
61.86 Aya Suzuki
Japan
56.12 Eriko Kubota
Japan
48.48
Javelin Li Lei
China
60.12 Harumi Yamamoto
Japan
55.41 Gurmeet Kaur
India
55.35
Heptathlon Ding Ying
China
5846 pts Svetlana Kazanina
Kazakhstan
5779 pts Ma Chun-Ping
Chinese Taipei
5489 pts

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Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 China 26 13 3 41
2 Japan 5 16 15 36
3 Qatar 3 1 2 6
4 Kazakhstan 2 4 4 10
5 Sri Lanka 2 0 2 4
6 India 1 3 8 12
7 South Korea 1 2 1 4
8= Saudi Arabia 1 0 0 1
8= Uzbekistan 1 0 0 1
10 Chinese Taipei 0 1 2 3
11 Malaysia 0 1 1 2
12 Mongolia 0 1 0 1
13= Iran 0 0 1 1
13= Kyrgyzstan 0 0 1 1
13= Syria 0 0 1 1
13= Thailand 0 0 1 1

See also

External links

  • GBR Athletics
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