2013 Asian Wrestling Championships

The 2013 Asian Wrestling Championships were held at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex in New Delhi, India. The event took place from April 18 to April 22, 2013.[1]

2013 Asian Wrestling Championships
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Host cityIndia New Delhi, India
Dates18–22 April
StadiumK. D. Jadhav Indoor Stadium
Champions
Freestyle India
Greco-Roman South Korea
Women China
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Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  South Korea5218
2  Uzbekistan4004
3  Japan23510
4  China2349
5  India2169
6  Kazakhstan2147
7  North Korea2136
8  Mongolia1438
9  Iran1359
10  Kyrgyzstan0189
11  Tajikistan0112
12  Vietnam0101
13  Iraq0011
  Jordan0011
Totals (14 nations)21214284

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   India 48   South Korea 58   China 56
2   Iran 45   Iran 50   Japan 54
3   Mongolia 40   Kazakhstan 49   Mongolia 54
4   South Korea 38   Kyrgyzstan 47   India 49
5   Kyrgyzstan 38   Japan 37   Kazakhstan 40
6   Uzbekistan 36   China 28   South Korea 27
7   Tajikistan 33   India 28   North Korea 26
8   Japan 32   Uzbekistan 27   Chinese Taipei 23
9   Kazakhstan 26   Tajikistan 18   Kyrgyzstan 20
10   China 25   Iraq 13   Vietnam 19

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Amit Kumar Dahiya
  India
Yang Kyong-il
  North Korea
Rassul Kaliyev
  Kazakhstan
Batboldyn Nomin
  Mongolia
60 kg Hwang Ryong-hak
  North Korea
Yang Jae-hoon
  South Korea
Daulet Niyazbekov
  Kazakhstan
Bajrang Punia
  India
66 kg Amit Kumar Dhankar
  India
Ganzorigiin Mandakhnaran
  Mongolia
Ulukman Mamatov
  Kyrgyzstan
Toshinori Ishida
  Japan
74 kg Rashid Kurbanov
  Uzbekistan
Zhang Chongyao
  China
Kohei Kitamura
  Japan
Ezzatollah Akbari
  Iran
84 kg Umidjon Ismanov
  Uzbekistan
Aibek Usupov
  Kyrgyzstan
Safarali Komildzoni
  Tajikistan
Ehsan Amini
  Iran
96 kg Kim Jae-gang
  South Korea
Rustam Iskandari
  Tajikistan
Hamed Tatari
  Iran
Dorjkhandyn Khüderbulga
  Mongolia
120 kg Parviz Hadi
  Iran
Jargalsaikhany Chuluunbat
  Mongolia
Hitender Beniwal
  India
Aiaal Lazarev
  Kyrgyzstan

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Choi Gyu-jin
  South Korea
Shota Tanokura
  Japan
Kanybek Zholchubekov
  Kyrgyzstan
Yun Won-chol
  North Korea
60 kg Elmurat Tasmuradov
  Uzbekistan
Abdolmohammad Papi
  Iran
Arsen Eraliev
  Kyrgyzstan
Wang Lumin
  China
66 kg Kim Ji-hun
  South Korea
Mehdi Zeidvand
  Iran
Hiroyuki Shimizu
  Japan
Yerbol Konyratov
  Kazakhstan
74 kg Kim Hyeon-woo
  South Korea
Hadi Alizadeh
  Iran
Maxat Yerezhepov
  Kazakhstan
Tomohiro Inoue
  Japan
84 kg Rustam Assakalov
  Uzbekistan
Park Jin-sung
  South Korea
Azat Beishebekov
  Kyrgyzstan
Taleb Nematpour
  Iran
96 kg An Chang-gun
  South Korea
Yerulan Iskakov
  Kazakhstan
Yahia Abu-Tabeekh
  Jordan
Davoud Gilneirang
  Iran
120 kg Nurmakhan Tinaliyev
  Kazakhstan
Nie Xiaoming
  China
Mohammed Sabah
  Iraq
Murat Ramonov
  Kyrgyzstan

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Pak Yong-mi
  North Korea
Vũ Thị Hằng
  Vietnam
Mikhrniso Nurmatova
  Kyrgyzstan
Ayano Suzuki
  Japan
51 kg Tatyana Amanzhol
  Kazakhstan
Liu Haiping
  China
Vinesh Phogat
  India
So Sim-hyang
  North Korea
55 kg Yang Senlian
  China
Kanako Murata
  Japan
Han Kum-ok
  North Korea
Babita Kumari
  India
59 kg Chihiro Kumabe
  Japan
Tungalagiin Mönkhtuyaa
  Mongolia
Aisuluu Tynybekova
  Kyrgyzstan
Li Haiyan
  China
63 kg Xiluo Zhuoma
  China
Yurika Ito
  Japan
Geetika Jakhar
  India
Sharkhüügiin Tümentsetseg
  Mongolia
67 kg Ochirbatyn Nasanburmaa
  Mongolia
Navjot Kaur
  India
Han Hye-kyung
  South Korea
Jing Ruixue
  China
72 kg Hiroe Suzuki
  Japan
Badrakhyn Odonchimeg
  Mongolia
Wang Juan
  China
Jyoti
  India

Participating nationsEdit

237 competitors from 20 nations competed.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Amit Dhankar bags gold,helps India win freestyle trophy". The Indian Express. Retrieved 24 November 2020.

External linksEdit