2005 Asian Wrestling Championships

The 2005 Asian Wrestling Championships were held in Wuhan, China. The event took place from May 24 to May 29, 2005.

2005 Asian Championships
Host cityChina Wuhan, China
Dates24–29 May
Champions
Freestyle Iran
Greco-Roman South Korea
Women Japan
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Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China43411
2  Iran42410
3  South Korea4149
4  Japan36615
5  Kazakhstan3249
6  Uzbekistan1225
7  North Korea1214
8  Kyrgyzstan1146
9  India0257
10  Mongolia0066
11  Iraq0011
  Vietnam0011
Totals (12 nations)21214284

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Iran 64   South Korea 55   Japan 61
2   Japan 49   Kazakhstan 51   China 61
3   South Korea 41   Japan 51   Mongolia 48
4   India 39   China 44   South Korea 45
5   Kazakhstan 38   Kyrgyzstan 42   India 42
6   Uzbekistan 35   Iran 40   Vietnam 29
7   Mongolia 33   India 37   Kazakhstan 22
8   China 32   Iraq 26   Chinese Taipei 22
9   North Korea 24   North Korea 24   Kyrgyzstan 20
10   Kyrgyzstan 14   Uzbekistan 13   Uzbekistan 15

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Dilshod Mansurov
  Uzbekistan
Jon Hyon-guk
  North Korea
Taghi Dadashi
  Iran
Tomohiro Matsunaga
  Japan
60 kg Morad Mohammadi
  Iran
Ri Yong-chol
  North Korea
Takafumi Kojima
  Japan
Damir Zakhartdinov
  Uzbekistan
66 kg Baek Jin-kuk
  South Korea
Hamid Mohammadnejad
  Iran
Polat Urazimbetov
  Uzbekistan
Kazuhiko Ikematsu
  Japan
74 kg Si Riguleng
  China
Soslan Tigiev
  Uzbekistan
Hadi Habibi
  Iran
Ramesh Kumar
  India
84 kg Saeid Ebrahimi
  Iran
Takao Isokawa
  Japan
Ruslan Sumenkov
  Kyrgyzstan
Anuj Kumar
  India
96 kg Hamid Seifi
  Iran
Nurzhan Katayev
  Kazakhstan
Koo Tae-hyun
  South Korea
Boldyn Sainbayar
  Mongolia
120 kg Marid Mutalimov
  Kazakhstan
Alireza Rezaei
  Iran
Liang Lei
  China
Palwinder Singh Cheema
  India

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Cha Kwang-su
  North Korea
Im Dae-won
  South Korea
Mukesh Khatri
  India
Shingo Hirai
  Japan
60 kg Ali Ashkani
  Iran
Rinat Usupjanov
  Kyrgyzstan
Nurbakyt Tengizbayev
  Kazakhstan
Makoto Sasamoto
  Japan
66 kg Jung Tae-kyun
  South Korea
Masaki Imuro
  Japan
Li Yanyan
  China
Kim Kum-chol
  North Korea
74 kg Daniar Kobonov
  Kyrgyzstan
Bakhtiyar Baiseitov
  Kazakhstan
Choi Duk-hoon
  South Korea
Tsukasa Tsurumaki
  Japan
84 kg Kim Jung-sub
  South Korea
Shingo Matsumoto
  Japan
Janarbek Kenjeev
  Kyrgyzstan
Vitaliy Zakharchenko
  Kazakhstan
96 kg Margulan Assembekov
  Kazakhstan
Chen Xiaofei
  China
Masoud Hashemzadeh
  Iran
Azamat Erkimbaev
  Kyrgyzstan
120 kg Georgiy Tsurtsumia
  Kazakhstan
Liu Deli
  China
Sajjad Barzi
  Iran
Jasim Breesam
  Iraq

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Ren Xuecheng
  China
Makiko Sakamoto
  Japan
Bekzat Mustafina
  Kazakhstan
Dashdavaagiin Baasanjargal
  Mongolia
51 kg Hitomi Sakamoto
  Japan
Dinara Mirzaeva
  Uzbekistan
Meena
  India
Tsogtbazaryn Enkhjargal
  Mongolia
55 kg Saori Yoshida
  Japan
Su Lihui
  China
Lee Na-lae
  South Korea
Nghiêm Thị Giang
  Vietnam
59 kg Kim Hee-jeong
  South Korea
Alka Tomar
  India
Mao Xinling
  China
Dorjiin Narmandakh
  Mongolia
63 kg Kaori Icho
  Japan
Geetika Jakhar
  India
Meng Lili
  China
Hang Jin-young
  South Korea
67 kg Jing Ruixue
  China
Eri Sakamoto
  Japan
Yana Panova
  Kyrgyzstan
Ochirbatyn Myagmarsüren
  Mongolia
72 kg Wang Jiao
  China
Ayako Murashima
  Japan
Ochirbatyn Burmaa
  Mongolia
Olga Zhanibekova
  Kazakhstan

Participating nationsEdit

215 competitors from 19 nations competed.

ReferencesEdit

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