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Judo at the 2010 Asian Games was held in Guangzhou, China between 13 and 16 November 2010. All competition held in the Huagong Gymnasium.

Judo
at the 2010 Asian Games
Judo pictogram.svg
VenueHuagong Gymnasium
Dates13–16 November
Competitors231 from 32 nations
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Contents

ScheduleEdit

P Preliminary rounds F Repechage, Semifinals & Finals
Event↓/Date → 13th
Sat
14th
Sun
15th
Mon
16th
Tue
Men's 60 kg P F
Men's 66 kg P F
Men's 73 kg P F
Men's 81 kg P F
Men's 90 kg P F
Men's 100 kg P F
Men's +100 kg P F
Men's open P F
Women's 48 kg P F
Women's 52 kg P F
Women's 57 kg P F
Women's 63 kg P F
Women's 70 kg P F
Women's 78 kg P F
Women's +78 kg P F
Women's open P F

MedalistsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra lightweight
(−60 kg) details
Rishod Sobirov
  Uzbekistan
Hiroaki Hiraoka
  Japan
A Lamusi
  China
Choi Min-ho
  South Korea
Half lightweight
(−66 kg) details
Kim Joo-jin
  South Korea
Mirzohid Farmonov
  Uzbekistan
Junpei Morishita
  Japan
Hong Kuk-hyon
  North Korea
Lightweight
(−73 kg) details
Hiroyuki Akimoto
  Japan
Wang Ki-chun
  South Korea
Navruz Jurakobilov
  Uzbekistan
Rasul Boqiev
  Tajikistan
Half middleweight
(−81 kg) details
Kim Jae-bum
  South Korea
Islam Bozbayev
  Kazakhstan
None awarded
Masahiro Takamatsu
  Japan
Middleweight
(−90 kg) details
Takashi Ono
  Japan
Dilshod Choriev
  Uzbekistan
Tseng Han-chieh
  Chinese Taipei
Lee Kyu-won
  South Korea
Half heavyweight
(−100 kg) details
Hwang Hee-tae
  South Korea
Takamasa Anai
  Japan
Maxim Rakov
  Kazakhstan
Ramziddin Sayidov
  Uzbekistan
Heavyweight
(+100 kg) details
Kim Soo-whan
  South Korea
Abdullo Tangriev
  Uzbekistan
Daiki Kamikawa
  Japan
Mohammad Reza Roudaki
  Iran
Openweight
details
Kazuhiko Takahashi
  Japan
Mohammad Reza Roudaki
  Iran
Khadbaataryn Mönkhbaatar
  Mongolia
Utkir Kurbanov
  Uzbekistan

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra lightweight
(−48 kg) details
Wu Shugen
  China
Tomoko Fukumi
  Japan
Chung Jung-yeon
  South Korea
Baljinnyamyn Bat-Erdene
  Mongolia
Half lightweight
(−52 kg) details
Misato Nakamura
  Japan
Mönkhbaataryn Bundmaa
  Mongolia
He Hongmei
  China
An Kum-ae
  North Korea
Lightweight
(−57 kg) details
Kaori Matsumoto
  Japan
Kim Jan-di
  South Korea
Tümen-Odyn Battögs
  Mongolia
Lien Chen-ling
  Chinese Taipei
Half middleweight
(−63 kg) details
Yoshie Ueno
  Japan
Wang Chin-fang
  Chinese Taipei
Kong Ja-young
  South Korea
Kim Su-gyong
  North Korea
Middleweight
(−70 kg) details
Hwang Ye-sul
  South Korea
Sol Kyong
  North Korea
Tsend-Ayuushiin Naranjargal
  Mongolia
Chen Fei
  China
Half heavyweight
(−78 kg) details
Jeong Gyeong-mi
  South Korea
Akari Ogata
  Japan
Yang Xiuli
  China
Galiya Ulmentayeva
  Kazakhstan
Heavyweight
(+78 kg) details
Mika Sugimoto
  Japan
Qin Qian
  China
Kim Na-young
  South Korea
Gulzhan Issanova
  Kazakhstan
Openweight
details
Liu Huanyuan
  China
Kim Na-young
  South Korea
Megumi Tachimoto
  Japan
Dorjgotovyn Tserenkhand
  Mongolia

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Japan (JPN)75315
2  South Korea (KOR)63514
3  China (CHN)2147
4  Uzbekistan (UZB)1337
5  Mongolia (MGL)0156
6  Kazakhstan (KAZ)0134
  North Korea (PRK)0134
8  Chinese Taipei (TPE)0123
9  Iran (IRI)0112
10  Tajikistan (TJK)0011
Totals (10 nations)16173063

Participating nationsEdit

A total of 231 athletes from 32 nations competed in judo at the 2010 Asian Games:

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit