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Asian Indoor Athletics Championships

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Asian Indoor Athletics Championships

The Asian Indoor Athletics Championships were held for the first time in 2004. Run by the Asian Athletics Association, the championships take place biennially in different cities all over Asia.[1]

Editions

Year City Country Date Venue
1 2004 Tehran  Iran February 6–8 Aftab Enghelab Complex
2 2006 Pattaya  Thailand February 10–12 Indoor Athletics Stadium
3 2008 Doha  Qatar February 14–16 ASPIRE Dome
4 2010 Tehran  Iran February 24–26 Aftab Enghelab Complex
5 2012 Hangzhou  China February 18–19
6 2014 Hangzhou  China February 15–16

All-time medal count

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 40 22 19 81
2  Kazakhstan 20 18 21 59
3  Iran 14 21 23 58
4  Japan 11 7 10 28
5  Qatar 11 6 4 21
6  India 10 17 15 42
7  Bahrain 9 7 8 24
8  Saudi Arabia 4 1 1 6
9  Thailand 3 7 7 17
10  Kuwait 3 5 2 10
11  Kyrgyzstan 3 3 1 7
12  Hong Kong 1 3 0 4
13  Malaysia 1 2 2 5
14  Uzbekistan 1 1 5 7
15  Vietnam 1 1 1 3
16  Oman 1 0 2 3
17  Syria 0 3 1 4
18  Chinese Taipei 0 2 3 5
19  United Arab Emirates 0 2 1 3
20  Iraq 0 2 0 2
21  Pakistan 0 1 1 2
22  South Korea 0 1 0 1
23  Indonesia 0 0 1 1
 Lebanon 0 0 1 1
 Turkmenistan 0 0 1 1
Total 133 132 130 395

Championship records

References

  1. ^ Asian Indoor Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2009-11-16.

External links

  • Asian Athletics Association
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