Ice hockey at the 2003 Asian Winter Games

Ice hockey was featured as part of the 2003 Asian Winter Games.

Ice hockey
at the 2003 Asian Winter Games
Ice hockey pictogram.svg
VenueMisawa Ice Arena
Niida Indoor Rink
Dates30 January – 7 February
Nations7
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Japan won the men's event by defeating all of the other teams, Kazakhstan also won all its games until they lost the final game to Japan. China took third position after beating South Korea. Thailand got fifth place and Mongolia got sixth place after losing all its games.[1]

In women's ice hockey, Kazakhstan won all its games and the gold medal, in a league system with five teams playing. Japan won the silver medal, and China the bronze. North Korea took fourth place and the South Korea was in fifth place.

ScheduleEdit

Round Last round P Preliminary round ½ Semifinals F Finals
Event↓/Date → 30th
Thu
31st
Fri
1st
Sat
2nd
Sun
3rd
Mon
4th
Tue
5th
Wed
6th
Thu
7th
Fri
Men P P P ½ F
Women

MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
  Japan
Akihito Sugisawa
Fumitaka Miyauchi
Makoto Kawashima
Joel Dyck
Robert Miwa
Yutaka Kawaguchi
Tomohiko Uchiyama
Yosuke Kon
Daisuke Obara
Tetsuya Saito
Masatoshi Ito
Takeshi Saito
Makoto Kawahira
Jiro Nihei
Daniel Daikawa
Kengo Ito
Naoya Kikuchi
Kiyoshi Fujita
Taro Nihei
Yoshikazu Kabayama
Koichi Yamazaki
Masahito Haruna
Ryan Kuwabara
  Kazakhstan
Sergey Alexandrov
Sergey Antipov
Artyom Argokov
Oleg Kovalenko
Anton Komissarov
Maxim Komissarov
Roman Kozlov
Oleg Kryazhev
Yevgeniy Kuzmin
Sergey Nevstruyev
Andrey Ogorodnikov
Fedor Polishchuk
Vadim Rifel
Andrey Savenkov
Denis Shemelin
Alexandr Shimin
Roman Shipulin
Sergey Tambulov
Andrey Trochshinskiy
Vitaliy Tregubov
Rustam Yessirkenov
Nikolay Zarzhytskiy
Kirill Zinovyev
  China
Chen Guanghua
Du Chao
Geng Hua
Jin Tairi
Lang Bingyu
Li Qingming
Liu Henan
Liu Wen
Liu Xue
Liu Yongquan
Luo Lei
Ma Hang
Meng Xiangsen
Pan Yuqiang
Su Hongbin
Su Yao
Sui Hongchao
Sun Peng
Wang Dahai
Wu Guofeng
Yin Kai
Zhang Lei
Zhou Yudi
Women
details
  Kazakhstan
Viktoriya Adiyeva
Lyubov Alexeyeva
Mariya Atarskaya
Dinara Dikambayeva
Olga Konysheva
Olga Kryukova
Yelena Kuznetsova
Svetlana Maltseva
Yekaterina Maltseva
Vera Nazyrova
Yekaterina Ryzhova
Viktoriya Sazonova
Yelena Shtelmaister
Yuliya Solovyova
Natalya Trunova
Lyubov Vafina
Svetlana Vassina
Natalya Yakovchuk
  Japan
Fumiko Tsujimoto
Haruna Kumano
Etsuko Wada
Asako Kanno
Kumiko Aoki
Yuko Osanai
Yoko Kondo
Tomoko Sakagami
Hanae Kubo
Sayaka Sado
Masako Sato
Yoko Tamada
Yuki Togawa
Aki Tsuchida
Yuka Hirano
Tomoko Fujimoto
Chiaki Yamanaka
Shoko Nihonyanagi
Akiko Naka
Ami Mashiko
Taeko Kakumaru
  China
Chen Jing
Dai Qiuwa
Guan Weinan
Jia Dandan
Jiang Limei
Jin Fengling
Li Xiuli
Li Xuan
Li Xuefei
Liu Yanhui
Lü Yan
Ma Xiaojun
Shen Tiantian
Su Ziwei
Sun Rui
Wang Linuo
Wang Ying
Yang Xiuqing
Zhang Ben
Zhang Jing

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Japan (JPN)1102
  Kazakhstan (KAZ)1102
3  China (CHN)0022
Totals (3 nations)2226

Final standingEdit

MenEdit

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

WomenEdit

Rank Team Pld W D L
    Kazakhstan 4 3 1 0
    Japan 4 3 0 1
    China 4 2 1 1
4   North Korea 4 1 0 3
5   South Korea 4 0 0 4

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ AWAGOC News Archived September 30, 2007, at the Wayback Machine

External linksEdit