1999 Asian Wrestling Championships

The 1999 Asian Wrestling Championships were held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The event took place from May 25 to May 30, 1999.

1999 Asian Wrestling Championships
Host cityUzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Dates25–30 May
Champions
Freestyle Uzbekistan
Greco-Roman Uzbekistan
Women Japan
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Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Japan5229
2  Uzbekistan47415
3  South Korea4026
4  Kazakhstan3328
5  Iran3126
6  Kyrgyzstan1304
7  North Korea1113
8  Chinese Taipei1023
9  China0448
10  Turkmenistan0123
11  India0011
Totals (11 entries)22222266

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Uzbekistan 72   Uzbekistan 67   Japan 59
2   Iran 57   South Korea 64   Chinese Taipei 47
3   Kazakhstan 57   Kazakhstan 61   Turkmenistan 43
4   Japan 50   China 53   China 39
5   India 37   Iran 50   South Korea 33
6   North Korea 29   Kyrgyzstan 38   Kyrgyzstan 31
7   Kyrgyzstan 29   Japan 37   Uzbekistan 30
8   China 27   Tajikistan 24   Kazakhstan 17
9   Mongolia 22   Chinese Taipei 19
10   Tajikistan 19   Turkmenistan 15

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
54 kg Maulen Mamyrov
  Kazakhstan
Han Yong-do
  North Korea
Adkhamjon Achilov
  Uzbekistan
58 kg Ri Yong-sam
  North Korea
Ruslanbek Madjinov
  Kyrgyzstan
Damir Zakhartdinov
  Uzbekistan
63 kg Ali Akbar Dodangeh
  Iran
Ramil Islamov
  Uzbekistan
Kim Kwang-il
  North Korea
69 kg Igor Kupeev
  Uzbekistan
Takahiro Wada
  Japan
Sujeet Maan
  India
76 kg Ruslan Khinchagov
  Uzbekistan
Nurbek Izabekov
  Kyrgyzstan
Gennadiy Laliyev
  Kazakhstan
85 kg Aslan Sanakoev
  Uzbekistan
Abil Sultanbekov
  Kazakhstan
Tatsuo Kawai
  Japan
97 kg Alireza Heidari
  Iran
Islam Bayramukov
  Kazakhstan
Soslan Fraev
  Uzbekistan
130 kg Alireza Rezaei
  Iran
Georgy Kaysinov
  Uzbekistan
Chen Xingqiang
  China

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
54 kg Sim Kwon-ho
  South Korea
Shamsiddin Khudoyberdiev
  Uzbekistan
Rakymzhan Assembekov
  Kazakhstan
58 kg Kim In-sub
  South Korea
Yuriy Melnichenko
  Kazakhstan
Dilshod Aripov
  Uzbekistan
63 kg Mkhitar Manukyan
  Kazakhstan
Bakhodir Kurbanov
  Uzbekistan
Lee Tae-ho
  South Korea
69 kg Son Sang-pil
  South Korea
Ruslan Biktyakov
  Uzbekistan
Yi Shanjun
  China
76 kg Kim Jin-soo
  South Korea
Yury Vitt
  Uzbekistan
Takamitsu Katayama
  Japan
85 kg Raatbek Sanatbayev
  Kyrgyzstan
Zafarkhon Achilov
  Uzbekistan
Mohammad Nikounahad
  Iran
97 kg Sergey Matviyenko
  Kazakhstan
Feng Fuming
  China
Mehdi Sharabiani
  Iran
130 kg Shuhrat Sadiev
  Uzbekistan
Alireza Gharibi
  Iran
Zhao Hailin
  China

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
46 kg Miyu Yamamoto
  Japan
Yin Min
  China
Galina Ataýewa
  Turkmenistan
51 kg Atsuko Shinomura
  Japan
Li Xiaoming
  China
Wu Li-chuan
  Chinese Taipei
56 kg Yuka Mitadera
  Japan
Cao Haiying
  China
Lee Na-lae
  South Korea
62 kg Ari Suzuki
  Japan
Olesýa Nazarenko
  Turkmenistan
Meng Lili
  China
68 kg Sha Ling-li
  Chinese Taipei
Reiko Sumiya
  Japan
Nadežda Želtakowa
  Turkmenistan
75 kg Taeko Tomioka
  Japan
Yana Panova
  Kyrgyzstan
Wu Huei-li
  Chinese Taipei

Participating nationsEdit

201 competitors from 14 nations competed.

ReferencesEdit