2011 Asian Wrestling Championships

The 2011 Asian Wrestling Championships were held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The event took place from May 19 to May 22, 2011.

2011 Asian Championships
Host cityUzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Dates19–22 May
StadiumYunusabad Sports Complex
Champions
Freestyle Uzbekistan
Greco-Roman Iran
Women Japan
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Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Iran54211
2  Uzbekistan42410
3  Japan4138
4  Kazakhstan3159
5  China2529
6  North Korea2147
7  Kyrgyzstan1045
8  Mongolia03811
9  South Korea0347
10  India0123
11  Vietnam0022
12  Iraq0011
  Jordan0011
Totals (13 nations)21214284

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Uzbekistan 51   Iran 65   Japan 62
2   Iran 49   Uzbekistan 50   China 56
3   Mongolia 48   South Korea 49   Mongolia 55
4   Kazakhstan 43   Kyrgyzstan 45   Kazakhstan 42
5   North Korea 34   Kazakhstan 43   North Korea 33
6   China 34   China 38   Kyrgyzstan 28
7   South Korea 29   Japan 27   India 27
8   Kyrgyzstan 29   India 23   Vietnam 26
9   Japan 27   Jordan 14   Uzbekistan 15
10   India 23   Iraq 10   South Korea 14

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Yang Kyong-il
  North Korea
Yasuhiro Inaba
  Japan
Lee Woo-joo
  South Korea
Rahul Aware
  India
60 kg Dauren Zhumagaziyev
  Kazakhstan
Mostafa Aghajani
  Iran
Batsaikhany Nemekhbayar
  Mongolia
Ri Jong-myong
  North Korea
66 kg Yang Chun-song
  North Korea
Ikhtiyor Navruzov
  Uzbekistan
Batchuluuny Ankhbayar
  Mongolia
Innokenti Innokentev
  Kyrgyzstan
74 kg Rashid Kurbanov
  Uzbekistan
Zhang Chongyao
  China
Lee Yun-seok
  South Korea
Pürevjavyn Önörbat
  Mongolia
84 kg Ehsan Amini
  Iran
Kanat Berdiyev
  Kazakhstan
Aibek Usupov
  Kyrgyzstan
Zaurbek Sokhiev
  Uzbekistan
96 kg Kurban Kurbanov
  Uzbekistan
Erfan Amiri
  Iran
Natsagsürengiin Zolboo
  Mongolia
Daulet Shabanbay
  Kazakhstan
120 kg Artur Taymazov
  Uzbekistan
Komeil Ghasemi
  Iran
Deng Zhiwei
  China
Jargalsaikhany Chuluunbat
  Mongolia

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Arsen Eraliev
  Kyrgyzstan
Ildar Hafizov
  Uzbekistan
Mohsen Hajipour
  Iran
Lee Jung-baik
  South Korea
60 kg Almat Kebispayev
  Kazakhstan
Anil Kumar
  India
Abdolmohammad Papi
  Iran
Dilshod Aripov
  Uzbekistan
66 kg Ali Mohammadi
  Iran
Kim Min-chul
  South Korea
Beibit Nugumanov
  Kazakhstan
Hiroyuki Shimizu
  Japan
74 kg Mohsen Ghasemi
  Iran
Kim Jin-hyeok
  South Korea
Askhat Dilmukhamedov
  Kazakhstan
Azizbek Murodov
  Uzbekistan
84 kg Davoud Akhbari
  Iran
Cho Hyo-chul
  South Korea
Duan Ning
  China
Rustam Sultonov
  Uzbekistan
96 kg Evgeniy Achkasov
  Uzbekistan
Davoud Gilneirang
  Iran
An Chang-gun
  South Korea
Yahia Abu-Tabeekh
  Jordan
120 kg Bashir Babajanzadeh
  Iran
Meng Qiang
  China
Ali Nadhim
  Iraq
Murat Ramonov
  Kyrgyzstan

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Sun Yanan
  China
Tsogtbazaryn Enkhjargal
  Mongolia
So Sim-hyang
  North Korea
Mikhrniso Nurmatova
  Kyrgyzstan
51 kg Zhao Shasha
  China
Davaasükhiin Otgontsetseg
  Mongolia
Han Kum-ok
  North Korea
Hikari Sugawara
  Japan
55 kg Chikako Matsukawa
  Japan
Yang Chen
  China
Choe Jong-bok
  North Korea
Aiyim Abdildina
  Kazakhstan
59 kg Takako Saito
  Japan
Liu Gui
  China
Sükheegiin Tserenchimed
  Mongolia
Dương Thị Lan
  Vietnam
63 kg Kaori Icho
  Japan
Kim Ran-mi
  North Korea
Lương Thị Quyên
  Vietnam
Sharkhüügiin Tümentsetseg
  Mongolia
67 kg Yoshiko Inoue
  Japan
Tsedendorjiin Bayarzayaa
  Mongolia
Tatyana Zakharova
  Kazakhstan
Navjot Kaur
  India
72 kg Guzel Manyurova
  Kazakhstan
Wang Jiao
  China
Kyoko Hamaguchi
  Japan
Badrakhyn Odonchimeg
  Mongolia

Participating nationsEdit

234 competitors from 21 nations competed.

ReferencesEdit

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