Field hockey at the 2010 Asian Games

The Field hockey event at the 2010 Asian Games was held in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China from 13 November 2010 for Women and 15 November 2010 for Men. In this tournament, 10 teams played in the men's competition, and 7 teams participated in the women's competition. All matches were played at the Aoti Hockey Field.

Field hockey
at the 2010 Asian Games
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VenueAoti Hockey Field
Dates13 October 2010 (2010-10-13) – 25 October 2010 (2010-10-25)
Competitors272 from 12 nations
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
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MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
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  Pakistan
Zeeshan Ashraf
Muhammad Zubair
Waseem Ahmed
Muhammad Irfan
Muhammad Imran
Shakeel Abbasi
Rehan Butt
Muhammad Rizwan
Salman Akbar
Abdul Haseem Khan
Fareed Ahmed
Muhammad Waqas
Shafqat Rasool
Muhammad Rashid
Muhammad Tousiq
Sohail Abbas
  Malaysia
Roslan Jamaluddin
Baljit Singh Charun
Hafifihafiz Hanafi
Izwan Firdaus
Mohd Amin Rahim
Mohd Marhan Jalil
Faizal Saari
Azreen Rizal
Madzli Ikmar
Tengku Ahmad Tajuddin
Nabil Fiqri
Sukri Mutalib
Razie Rahim
Azlan Misron
Shahrun Nabil
Kumar Subramaniam
  India
Bharat Chettri
Bharat Chikara
Danish Mujtaba
Sandeep Singh
Arjun Halappa
Prabodh Tirkey
Dhananjay Mahadik
Sardara Singh
Dharamvir Singh
Ravi Pal
Sarvanjit Singh
Shivendra Singh
Gurbaj Singh
Tushar Khandker
Rajpal Singh
Vikram Pillay
Women
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  China
Ma Yibo
Huang Xuejiao
Ma Wei
Sun Sinan
Fu Baorong
Li Shuang
Gao Lihua
Wang Zhishuang
Zhang Yimeng
Li Hongxia
Ren Ye
Zhao Yudiao
Song Qingling
De Jiaojiao
Xu Xiaoxu
Li Dongxiao
  South Korea
Moon Young-hui
Kim Young-ran
Kim Bo-mi
Park Seon-mi
Lee Seon-ok
Kim Jong-hee
Park Mi-hyun
Kim Jong-eun
Kim Da-rae
Cheon Seul-ki
Jeon Yu-mi
Gim Sung-hee
Jang Soo-ji
Kim Ok-ju
Kim Eun-sil
Park Ki-ju
  Japan
Sakiyo Asano
Keiko Miura
Akemi Kato
Ai Murakami
Miyuki Nakagawa
Keiko Manabe
Yukari Yamamoto
Mie Nakashima
Rika Komazawa
Kaori Chiba
Nagisa Hayashi
Mazuki Arai
Kana Nagayama
Mayumi Ono
Aki Mitsuhashi
Shiho Otsuka

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China1001
  Pakistan1001
3  Malaysia0101
  South Korea0101
5  India0011
  Japan0011
Totals (6 nations)2226

QualificationEdit

Top 6 Asian teams, South Korea, India, Pakistan, Japan, China and Malaysia could enter the men's competition directly. For the next two spots a qualification tournament was held in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 7 to 16 May 2010. Oman and Singapore qualified as top two teams, Hong Kong and Bangladesh were added later.

Women's qualification tournament was held in Bangkok, Thailand from 21 to 29 May 2010. Three teams qualified for the Asian Games but later Chinese Taipei withdrew.

DrawEdit

The teams were distributed according to their position at the FIH World Rankings using the serpentine system for their distribution.

Final standingEdit

MenEdit

Rank Team Pld W D L
    Pakistan 6 4 1 1
    Malaysia 6 4 1 1
    India 6 5 0 1
4   South Korea 6 3 2 1
5   China 6 4 0 2
6   Japan 6 3 0 3
7   Oman 6 2 0 4
8   Bangladesh 6 1 0 5
9   Hong Kong 5 1 0 4
10   Singapore 5 0 0 5

WomenEdit

Rank Team Pld W D L
    China 7 5 2 0
    South Korea 7 5 2 0
    Japan 7 5 0 2
4   India 7 3 0 4
5   Malaysia 7 3 0 4
6   Thailand 7 1 0 6
7   Kazakhstan 6 0 0 6

ReferencesEdit

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