China at the 2006 Asian Games

China competed in the 2006 Asian Games held in Doha, Qatar from December 1, 2006 to December 15, 2006. The team is composed of athletes from mainland China only – each of China's two special administrative regions had its own team (with the designations 'Hong Kong, China' and 'Macau, China', respectively). China topped the medal tally with 166 gold medals.[2]

China at the
2006 Asian Games
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg
IOC codeCHN
NOCChinese Olympic Committee
external link (in Chinese and English)
in Doha
Competitors647
Flag bearer Bao Chunlai[1]
Medals
Ranked 1st
Gold
165
Silver
88
Bronze
63
Total
316
Asian Games appearances (overview)

Participation detailsEdit

BoxingEdit

China was represented by 10 amateur boxing athletes competing for the 11 gold medals at stake in this edition of the Asiad. Half of the entry list qualified for the semifinal bouts.

Entry listEdit

StandingsEdit

Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2   China 2 0 3 5

ResultsEdit

  • Venue: ASPIRE Hall 5
Quarterfinal bouts
December 7, 2006
Weight division Corner-Name (NOC) Winner Points Time/Decision
Flyweight BLUE   YANG Bo (CHN)
RED   LEE Ok Sung (KOR)
BLUE 41:21 PTS
December 8, 2006
Light Flyweight BLUE   ZOU Shiming (CHN)
RED   KOLTE Sanjay Kisan (IND)
BLUE 25:5 RSCOS-R3
Middle Weight BLUE   ZHANG Jianting (CHN)
RED   BUX Allah (PAK)
BLUE 26:6 RSCOS-R3
December 9, 2006
Lightweight BLUE   HU Qing (CHN)
RED   TALASBAEV Asylbek (KGZ)
BLUE 28:8 RSCOS-R3
Welterweight BLUE   SILAMU Hanati (CHN)
  YUNUSOV Behzodbek (UZB)
BLUE 49:26 PTS
Semifinals
December 10, 2006
Flyweight RED   YANG Bo (CHN)
BLUE   PAYLA Violito (PHI)
BLUE 20:40 RSCOS-R3
Middleweight RED   ZHANG Jianting (CHN)
BLUE   RASULOV Elshod (UZB)
BLUE 14:25 PTS
December 11, 2006
Light Flyweight RED   ZOU Shiming (CHN)
BLUE   HONG Moo Won (KOR)
RED 17:9 PTS
Lightweight RED   HU Qing (CHN)
  BASADRE Genebert (PHI)
RED 29:18 PTS
Welterweight RED   SILAMU Hanati (CHN)
  SARSEKBAYEV Bakhyt (KAZ)
BLUE 30:37 PTS
Finals
December 12, 2006

Legend:
PTS - Points, RSCOS - Referee Stop Contest Outscored, R - Round

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ China's flag bearer? Yao is a big favorite
  2. ^ "Overall Medal Standings - Doha 2006". Archived from the original on 2010-11-21. Retrieved 2009-12-04.