The 31st Asian Championships in Greco-Roman, Freestyle and Women's Wrestling

The 31st Asian Championships in Greco-Roman, Freestyle and Women's Wrestling

During the period February 27 – on March 4 at the Kozhomkul Sports Palace, the 31st Asian Championships in Greco-Roman, Freestyle and Women's Wrestling took place in Bishkek.

The Asian Wrestling Championship – Continental Championship in Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling for Asian athletes have been held since 1979. Competitions among women in Women’s wrestling was first staged in 1996.

Opening ceremony were attended by Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Sapar Isakov, Director of the State Agency for Youth Affairs, Physical Culture and Sports of the Kyrgyz Republic Kanat Amankulov, Vice President of the United World Wrestling Akhroldjan Ruziev, President of  Asian Continental Council of the United World Wrestling (UWW-Asia) Daulet Turlykhanov and Vice President of Wrestling Federation of the Kyrgyz Republic Melis Turganbaev.

Prime Minister S. Isakov greeted all guests and expressed his sincere gratitude their confidence to Kyrgyzstan.

On behalf of the Asian Continental Council of the United World Wrestling (UWW-Asia), D.Turlykhanov thanked Government of Kyrgyz Republic, State Agency for Youth Affairs, Physical Culture and Sports, Wrestling Federation of the Kyrgyz Republic for high level organization of the Asian Championships and wished the wrestlers success, fans of colorful and unforgettable impressions.

A concert program with Kyrgyz stars accompanied an event.

Athletes from 20 countries took part in the Championship: Bahrain, China, India, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, DPRK, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Palestine, Qatar, Thailand, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Taiwan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam.

Within six days, best wrestlers of Asia competed for medals. Greco-Roman wrestlers opened program of Asian Championship, on the first place in the team classification is Kyrgyzstan with 157 points, Kazakhstan takes the second place with 156 points. Uzbekistan takes the third place, scoring 148 points. Also in the top ten included teams from Japan, Iran, China, India, South Korea and Tajikistan.

 After the Greco-Roman wrestling, women came out to the mat. In the team classification, the first girls were from China with a score of 185 points. On the second team from Mongolia and the top three teams of Japan.

Total number of participants together with representatives of teams and coaches was 610. Of these, 580 foreign participants, number of athletes 318.

Within six days, best wrestlers of Asia competed for medals. Greco-Roman wrestlers opened program of Asian Championship, on the first place in the team classification is Kyrgyzstan with 157 points, Kazakhstan takes the second place with 156 points. Uzbekistan takes the third place, scoring 148 points. Also in the top ten included teams from Japan, Iran, China, India, South Korea and Tajikistan.

After the Greco-Roman wrestling, women came out to the mat. In the team classification, the first girls were from China with a score of 185 points. On the second team from Mongolia and the top three teams of Japan.

In the final two days, the best wrestlers of the freestyle were identified on the mat. In the team classification the first place was taken by the combined team of Uzbekistan with 105 points, the Kazakhstan national team with 71 points takes the second place and the national team of Japan with 71 points closes the first three.

 

 

Rank

 Nation

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

1.

  China

7

1

6

14

2.

  Iran

6

2

2

10

3.

   Uzbekistan

4

5

6

15

4.

  Kazakhstan

4

2

11

17

5.

   Japan

3

7

8

18

6.

  Kyrgyzstan

2

3

6

11

7.

  North Korea

2

1

0

3

8.

  Mongolia

1

5

6

12

9.

   India

1

1

6

8

10.

  South Korea

0

2

6

8

11.

  Qatar

0

1

0

1

12.

  Turkmenistan

0

0

1

1

Total

30

30

58

118

 

 

Team ranking

 

Rank

Men's freestyle

Men's Greco-Roman

Women's freestyle

Team

Points

Team

Points

Team

Points

1.

 Uzbekistan

178

  Kyrgyzstan

157

  China

185

2.

  Iran

157

  Kazakhstan

156

  Mongolia

167

3.

  Kazakhstan

146

  Uzbekistan

148

  Japan

161

4.

  Mongolia

108

  Japan

141

  India

119

5.

  Japan

105

  Iran

129

  South Korea

109

6.

  South Korea

97

  China

116

  Kazakhstan

101

7.

  Kyrgyzstan

86

  India

92

  Uzbekistan

92

8.

  India

64

  South Korea

66

  North Korea

39

9.

  China

58

  Iraq

34

  Kyrgyzstan

35

10.

  Turkmenistan

40

  Tajikistan

34

  Vietnam

34


 

 

 

 

 

Men's freestyle

 

Event

Gold

Silver

Bronze

57 kg

Kang Kum-song
  North Korea

Makhmudjon Shavkatov
  Uzbekistan

Zhandos Ismailov
  Kazakhstan

Toshihiro Hasegawa
  Japan

61 kg

Nurislam Sanayev
  Kazakhstan

Kazuya Koyanagi
  Japan

Abbos Rakhmonov
  Uzbekistan

Ulukbek Zholdoshbekov
  Kyrgyzstan

65 kg

Daulet Niyazbekov
  Kazakhstan

Daichi Takatani
  Japan

Bajrang Punia
  India

Temurjon Usmonohunov
  Uzbekistan

70 kg

Ikhtiyor Navruzov
  Uzbekistan

Lee Seung-bong
  South Korea

Vinod Kumar Omprakash
  India

Meirzhan Ashirov
  Kazakhstan

74 kg

Muslim Evloev
  Kyrgyzstan

Ganzorigiin Mandakhnaran
  Mongolia

Daniyar Kaisanov
  Kazakhstan

Mostafa Hosseinkhani
  Iran

79 kg

Ezzatollah Akbari
  Iran

Rashid Kurbanov
  Uzbekistan

Ganboldyn Turbold
  Mongolia

Tsubasa Asai
  Japan

86 kg

Hassan Yazdani
  Iran

Orgodolyn Üitümen
  Mongolia

Azamat Dauletbekov
  Kazakhstan

Bi Shengfeng
  China

92 kg

Mohammad Javad Ebrahimi
  Iran

Adilet Davlumbayev
  Kazakhstan

Lin Zushen
  China

Azizbek Soliev
  Uzbekistan

97 kg

Magomed Ibragimov
  Uzbekistan

Mojtaba Goleij
  Iran

Kim Jae-gang
  South Korea

Takeshi Yamaguchi
  Japan

125 kg

Davit Modzmanashvili
  Uzbekistan

Giorgi Sakandelidze
  Qatar

Amin Taheri
  Iran

Natsagsürengiin Zolboo
  Mongolia

 

 

Men's Greco-Roman

 

Event

Gold

Silver

Bronze

55 kg

Shota Tanokura
  Japan

Zholaman Sharshenbekov
  Kyrgyzstan

Rajender Kumar
  India

Khorlan Zhakansha
  Kazakhstan

60 kg

Shinobu Ota
  Japan

Ri Se-ung
  North Korea

Kanybek Zholchubekov
  Kyrgyzstan

Islomjon Bakhramov
  Uzbekistan

63 kg

Elmurat Tasmuradov
  Uzbekistan

Urmatbek Amatov
  Kyrgyzstan

Mirambek Ainagulov
  Kazakhstan

Jung Do-kyung
  South Korea

67 kg

Almat Kebispayev
  Kazakhstan

Tsuchika Shimoyamada
  Japan

Mirzobek Rakhmatov
  Uzbekistan

Zhang Gaoquan
  China

72 kg

Akzhol Makhmudov
  Kyrgyzstan

Demeu Zhadrayev
  Kazakhstan

Aram Vardanyan
  Uzbekistan

Tomohiro Inoue
  Japan

77 kg

Yang Bin
  China

Mohammad Ali Geraei
  Iran

Şermet Permanow
  Turkmenistan

Maxat Yerezhepov
  Kazakhstan

82 kg

Askhat Dilmukhamedov
  Kazakhstan

Atabek Azisbekov
  Kyrgyzstan

Kim Jin-hyeok
  South Korea

Harpreet Singh
  India

87 kg

Hossein Nouri
  Iran

Masato Sumi
  Japan

Peng Fei
  China

Azat Beishebekov
  Kyrgyzstan

97 kg

Mostafa Salehizadeh
  Iran

Rustam Assakalov
  Uzbekistan

Yerulan Iskakov
  Kazakhstan

Uzur Dzhuzupbekov
  Kyrgyzstan

130 kg

Behnam Mehdizadeh
  Iran

Muminjon Abdullaev
  Uzbekistan

Murat Ramonov
  Kyrgyzstan

Nie Xiaoming
  China

 

Women's freestyle

                      

Event

Gold

Silver

Bronze

50 kg

Lei Chun
  China

Vinesh Phogat
  India

Erdenesükhiin Narangerel
  Mongolia

Yuki Irie
  Japan

53 kg

Pak Yong-mi
  North Korea

Erdenechimegiin Sumiyaa
  Mongolia

Yu Miyahara
  Japan

Zhuldyz Eshimova
  Kazakhstan

55 kg

Saki Igarashi
  Japan

Oh Hye-min
  South Korea

Erkhembayaryn Davaachimeg
  Mongolia

Luo Lannuan
 China

57 kg

Pei Xingru
  China

Sara Natami
  Japan

Kim Ye-seul
 South Korea

Altantsetsegiin Battsetseg
  Mongolia

59 kg

Rong Ningning
  China

Nabira Esenbaeva
  Uzbekistan

Sangeeta Phogat
 India

Baatarjavyn Shoovdor
  Mongolia

62 kg

Pürevdorjiin Orkhon
  Mongolia

Luo Xiaojuan
  China

Yurika Ito
  Japan

Sakshi Malik
  India

65 kg

Navjot Kaur
  India

Miyu Imai
  Japan

Lee Han-bit
  South Korea

None awarded

68 kg

Zhou Feng
 China

Sharkhüügiin Tümentsetseg
  Mongolia

Irina Kazyulina
  Kazakhstan

Meerim Zhumanazarova
  Kyrgyzstan

72 kg

Han Yue
  China

Ochirbatyn Nasanburmaa
  Mongolia

Masako Furuichi
  Japan

None awarded

76 kg

Zhou Qian
  China

Hiroe Minagawa
  Japan

Elmira Syzdykova
  Kazakhstan

Hwang Eun-ju
  South Korea


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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