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1989 Asian Athletics Championships

1989 Asian Championships
Host cityNew Delhi, India
Date(s)14-19 November
Main stadiumJawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Participationat least 19 nations
Events40

The 1989 Asian Athletics Championships was the eighth edition of the international outdoor athletics competition between Asian nations, organised by the Asian Athletics Association. The six-day competition was held from 14-19 November at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi, India. It featured 40 events, 22 for men and 18 for women, with the steeplechase, pole vault, triple jump and hammer throw competitions being for men only. China comfortably topped the medal table, winning over half the events with 21 golds among a total of 42. The host nation, India, was clear runner-up with eight golds and 22 medals, while Japan (14 medals) was the only other nation to breach double figures. A total of 19 nations reached the medal table.

India's P. T. Usha was the stand-out athlete of the tournament with four gold medals and one silver. She won the 200 metres, 400 metres, 400 metres hurdles and 4 × 400 metres relay, as well as being the 100 metres runner-up. Another Indian runner, Shiny Abraham, won the 800 metres and was second in the 400 m. China's Zhong Huandi claimed a distance double in the women's 3000 metres and 10,000 metres.

Medal summary

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Zheng Chen
 China
10.35 Li Tao
 China
10.42 Takayuki Nakamichi
 Japan
10.48
200 metres Yoshiyuki Okuyama
 Japan
20.80 Khalid Jouma Ibrahim
 Bahrain
21.07 Cai Jianming
 China
21.18
400 metres Ibrahim Ismail Muftah
 Qatar
45.6 Mohammed Al-Malki
 Oman
45.62 Zhao Cunlin
 China
46.68
800 metres Faramarz Roustaeifar
 Iran
1:51.36 Yoshikazu Tachi
 Japan
1:51.42 Vijaya Kumaran
 India
1:51.85
1500 metres Bahadur Prasad
 India
3:45.77 Ram Niwas
 India
3:46.53 Mohamed Suleiman
 Qatar
3:47.95
5000 metres Zhang Guowei
 China
13:52.37 Bahadur Prasad
 India
13:58.93 Ryu Ok-hyon
 North Korea
14:02.39
10,000 metres Ryu Ok-hyon
 North Korea
29:07.93 Zhang Guowei
 China
29:14.01 Muhammad Mousa
 Pakistan
29:18.78
3000 metres steeplechase Deena Ram
 India
8:48.46 Mohammed al-Dosari
 Saudi Arabia
8:48.77 Mohamed Suleiman
 Qatar
8:49.35
110 metres hurdles Yu Zhicheng
 China
14.18 Nagi Ghazi
 Iraq
14.20 Osamu Matsue
 Japan
14.36
400 metres hurdles Hwang Hong-cheol
 South Korea
50.29 Takashi Kiyokawa
 Japan
50.94 Suleiman Houielah
 Syria
51.26
High jump Cho Hyun-wook
 South Korea
2.19 Liu Yunpeng
 China
2.17 Abdullah Mohamed Al-Sheib
 Qatar
2.14
Pole vault Liang Xueren
 China
5.40 Huang Weiping
 China
5.20 Ku Chin-shui
 Chinese Taipei
5.20
Long jump Nai Hui-fang
 Chinese Taipei
8.07w Chen Zunrong
 China
7.88 Kim Won-jin
 South Korea
7.83
Triple jump Chen Yanping
 China
16.95 Du Benzhong
 China
16.68 Nai Hui-fang
 Chinese Taipei
16.65
Shot put Balwinder Singh
 India
18.16 Khalid Salman Al-Khalidi
 Saudi Arabia
17.76 Shirappa D. Eashan
 India
17.71
Discus throw Zhang Jinglong
 China
57.12 Hu Tao
 China
56.02 Shakti Singh
 India
55.60
Hammer throw Bi Zhong
 China
68.94 Nobuhiro Todoroki
 Japan
66.04 Xie Yingqi
 China
65.72
Javelin throw Wang Wenzhong
 China
76.38 Ghanem Mabrouk Zaid Johar
 Kuwait
72.38 Wang Yao-Tsung
 Chinese Taipei
71.94
Decathlon Lee Fu-an
 Chinese Taipei
7703 Gong Guohua
 China
7649 Peng Huang-shu
 Chinese Taipei
7119
20 kilometres race walk Hirofumi Sakai
 Japan
1:33:41 Chen Helin
 China
1:34:19 Baldev Singh
 India
1:35:52
4 × 100 metres relay  China
Li Tao
Cai Jianming
Li Feng
Zheng Chen
39.28  Japan 39.64  Qatar 39.89
4 × 400 metres relay  Japan 3:07.20  India 3:07.22  Malaysia 3:11.08

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Zhang Caihua
 China
11.65 P. T. Usha
 India
11.74 Wang Huei-chen
 Chinese Taipei
11.84
200 metres P. T. Usha
 India
23.27 Ashwini Nachappa
 India
23.54 Zhang Xiaoqiong
 China
23.88
400 metres P. T. Usha
 India
51.90 Shiny Abraham
 India
52.40 Josephine Mary Singarayar
 Malaysia
52.65
800 metres Shiny Abraham
 India
2:04.76 Rosa Kutty
 India
2:07.75 Haruko Hashimoto
 Japan
2:09.78
1500 metres Khin Khin Htwe
 Myanmar
4:21.06 Kim Chun-Mae
 North Korea
4:23.75 Feng Yanbo
 China
4:23.86
3000 metres Zhong Huandi
 China
9:05.20 Kim Chun-Mae
 North Korea
9:11.55 Khin Khin Htwe
 Myanmar
9:22.80
10,000 metres Zhong Huandi
 China
32:25.57 Mun Gyong-ae
 North Korea
33:23.91 Paek Do-Jong
 North Korea
34:00.38
100 metres hurdles Liu Huajin
 China
13.30 Feng Yinghua
 China
13.54 Naomi Jojima
 Japan
13.97
400 metres hurdles P. T. Usha
 India
56.14 Chen Yuying
 China
56.24 Chen Dongmei
 China
57.46
High jump Jin Ling
 China
1.89 Kim Hui-seon
 South Korea
1.87 Su Cun-Yueh
 Chinese Taipei
1.81
Long jump Liu Shuzhen
 China
6.36 Elma Muros
 Philippines
6.17 Reeth Abraham
 India
6.15
Shot put Huang Zhihong
 China
19.69 Sui Xinmei
 China
19.29 Chong Chun-Hwa
 North Korea
14.53
Discus throw Yu Hourun
 China
61.92 Ikuko Kitamori
 Japan
51.78 Pak In-Ok
 North Korea
47.12
Javelin throw Xin Xiaoli
 China
58.30 Xu Demei
 China
57.32 Emi Matsui
 Japan
55.30
Heptathlon Dong Yuping
 China
6042 Ma Miaolan
 China
6021 Ma Chun-ping
 Chinese Taipei
5149
10,000 metres race walk Chen Yueling
 China
48:59.86 Kavita Garari
 India
50:30.90 Ma Kyin Lwan
 Myanmar
50:32.92
4 × 100 metres relay  China 44.84  India 44.87  Thailand 45.58
4 × 400 metres relay  India 3:32.95  China 3:37.13  Japan 3:45.18

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)2115642
2 India (IND)89522
3 Japan (JPN)35614
4 South Korea (KOR)2114
5 Chinese Taipei (TPE)2079
6 North Korea (PRK)1348
7 Qatar (QAT)1045
8 Myanmar (MYA)1023
9 Iran (IRN)1001
10 Saudi Arabia (KSA)0202
11 Bahrain (BHR)0101
 Iraq (IRQ)0101
 Kuwait (KUW)0101
 Oman (OMN)0101
 Philippines (PHI)0101
16 Malaysia (MAS)0022
17 Pakistan (PAK)0011
 Syria (SYR)0011
 Thailand (THA)0011
Totals (19 nations)404040120

See also

References


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