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Asian Judo Championships is the Judo Asian Championship organized by the Judo Union of Asia.

Asian Judo Championships
Current event or competition:
2019 Asian Judo Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeJudo, biennial
OrganiserJudo Union of Asia (JUA)
History
Most wins Japan - 337 medals
(145 gold medals)

The men's tournament began in 1966 and was held approximately every four years, until 1991, when it became an annual event (except in the years when the Asian Games have been held.) The women's tournament was first staged in 1981, and it has been held with the men's tournament every year, except in 1984/5.

List of tournamentsEdit

Year Date competition City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes
1966 28 and 29 May -   Manila, Philippines Rizal Memorial Coliseum 8 29
1970 29 to 31 May -   Kaohsiung, Taiwan Kaohsiung Gymnasium
1974 30 October to 4 November -   Seoul, Korea Jangchung Arena
1981 15 to 18 July   Jakarta, Indonesia Senayan Basketball Hall 10
1984 1 to 4 April -   Kuwait City, Kuwait 14
1985 23 and 24 March -   Tokyo, Japan Kodokan
1988 19 to 22 July   Damascus, Syria
1991 9 and 10 November   Osaka, Japan Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium 17 157
1993 13 and 14 November   Macau Forum stadium 19 182
1995 20 to 22 November   New Delhi, India Indira Gandhi Arena 21
1996 9 and 10 November   Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Phan Dinh Phung Stadium
1997 22 and 23 November   Manila, Philippines Ninoy Aquino Stadium
1999 25 and 26 June   Wenzhou, China
2000 26 to 28 May   Osaka, Japan Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium 29
2001 14 and 15 April   Ulan Bator, Mongolia National Wrestling Hall 20 148
2003 31 October and 1 November   Jeju, Korea Halla Gymnasium
2004 15 and 16 May   Almaty, Kazakhstan Baluan Sholak Palace of Culture and Sports 22
2005 14 and 15 May   Tashkent, Uzbekistan Yunusobod Sports Hall
2007 17 and 18 May   Kuwait City, Kuwait Qadsia Sports Hall
2008 26 and 27 April   Jeju, Korea Halla Gymnasium
2009 23 and 24 May   Taipei, Chinese Taipei Taipei Arena
2011 5 to 7 April   Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates UAE WJJ Federation Hall 31 222
2012 27 to 29 April   Tashkent, Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Sport Hall 26 107
2013 19 to 21 April   Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok Youth Centre 28 220
2015 13 to 15 May   Kuwait City, Kuwait Al-Qadsia Indoor Stadium 30 206
2016 14 to 16 April   Tashkent, Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Sport Hall 31 233
2017 26 to 28 May   Hong Kong, China Hong Kong Velodrome 29 244
2019 20 to 23 April   Fujairah, United Arab Emirates Fujairah Centre 40 273

Judo Team Asian ChampionshipsEdit

Year Location Men Women
Gold Silver Bronze Gold Silver Bronze
2011 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates   South Korea   Japan   Kazakhstan
  Uzbekistan
  Japan   Mongolia   South Korea
  China
2012 Tashkent, Uzbekistan   South Korea   Japan   Kazakhstan
  Uzbekistan
  Japan   Mongolia   South Korea
  Chinese Taipei
2013 Bangkok, Thailand   South Korea   Japan   Mongolia
  Kazakhstan
  Japan   Mongolia   South Korea
  Kazakhstan
2015 Kuwait City, Kuwait   Japan   Uzbekistan   Kazakhstan
  South Korea
  Japan   South Korea   Chinese Taipei
  Mongolia
2016 Tashkent, Uzbekistan   Uzbekistan   Mongolia   Japan
  Kazakhstan
  Japan   Mongolia   China
  Kazakhstan
2017 Hong Kong, Hong Kong   South Korea   Mongolia   Iran
  Japan
  Japan   Mongolia   Chinese Taipei
  South Korea
Year Location Mixed Team
Gold Silver Bronze
2019 Fujairah, United Arab Emirates   Japan   South Korea   China
  Mongolia

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Japan (JPN)15680100336
2  South Korea (KOR)8788118293
3  China (CHN)543392179
4  Mongolia (MGL)204185146
5  Uzbekistan (UZB)14164676
6  Kazakhstan (KAZ)132271106
7  North Korea (PRK)12203163
8  Iran (IRI)12142854
9  Chinese Taipei (TPE)23071103
10  Hong Kong (HKG)12710
11  Tajikistan (TJK)07815
12  Indonesia (INA)041519
13  India (IND)041115
14  Kyrgyzstan (KGZ)031013
15  Turkmenistan (TKM)03912
16  Kuwait (KUW)001010
  Philippines (PHI)001010
18  Syria (SYR)0044
19  Australia (AUS)0033
20  Pakistan (PAK)0022
  Thailand (THA)0022
22  Bangladesh (BAN)0011
  Lebanon (LIB)0011
  Malaysia (MAS)0011
  Myanmar (MYA)0011
  Singapore (SIN)0011
  United Arab Emirates (UAE)0011
  Vietnam (VIE)0011
Totals (28 nations)3713677401478

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