2005 Women's Islamic Games

The fourth edition of the Women's Islamic Games took place in Tehran and Rasht, Iran in September 2005. A total of 45 countries, 200 teams, and 1316 athletes competed at the Games, which featured fifteen separate sports. The competition was overseen by 516 referees, from twelve countries, and 15 international observers. The 2005 event saw many countries competing for the first time, including the United States and numerous East Asian, European and African countries. Iran won the competition with a total of 102 medals.

ParticipantsEdit

SportsEdit

The sports competed at the 2005 Women's Islamic Games were: athletics, badminton, basketball, fencing, futsal, golf, gymnastics, handball, judo, karate, squash, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, and volleyball.

Futsal ResultsEdit

  • 2005 teams (5): Iran / Turkmenistan / Iraq (national team) + England & Armenia (Muslim team and not official national team)
  • Iran 43-0 England Muslim / Iran 3-0 Armenia Muslim / Iran 26-1 Iraq / Iran 32-1 Turkmenistan
  • Day 1 : 1 Mehr 1384
  • Iraq 14-1 England Muslim
  • Turkmenistan 0-27 Armenia Muslim
  • Day 2: 2 Mehr 1384
  • Iran 32-1 Turkmenistan
  • England Muslim 3-38 Armenia Muslim
  • Day 3: 3 Mehr 1384
  • Iraq 0-14 Armenia Muslim
  • Iran 43-0 England Muslim
  • Day 4: 4 Mehr 1384
  • Turkmenistan 6-1 England Muslim
  • Iran 26-1 Iraq
  • Day 5: 5 Mehr 1384
  • Turkmenistan - Iraq
  • Iran 3-0 Armenia Muslim
  • Final Ranking : 1- Iran 2- Armenia Muslim 3- Iraq 4- Turkmenistan 5- England Muslim

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Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Iran313932102
2Senegal95822
3Kazakhstan66517
4Malaysia57719
5Indonesia57618
6Pakistan56819
7Armenia4228
8South Korea4217
9Bosnia and Herzegovina3249
10Russia3104
11Azerbaijan3036
12Syria241420
13Jordan2237
14Sudan2204
15Tajikistan2158
16Lebanon1214
17Iraq1146
18Brunei1124
19Georgia1023
20Kuwait0022
Qatar0022
22Afghanistan0011
Great Britain0011
Totals (23 entries)9090113293