Wushu at the 2010 Asian Games – Men's sanda 60 kg

The men's sanda (as Sanshou) 60 kg competition at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China was held from 14 November to 17 November at the Nansha Gymnasium.

Men's sanda 60 kg
at the 2010 Asian Games
VenueNansha Gymnasium
Dates14–17 November
Competitors16 from 16 nations
gold medal    Iran
silver medal    South Korea
bronze medal    India
bronze medal    Vietnam
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A total of sixteen competitors from sixteen countries competed in this event, limited to fighters whose body weight was less than 60 kilograms.

Mohsen Mohammadseifi from Iran won the gold medal after beating Kim Jun-yul of South Korea in gold medal bout 2–0, Mohammadseifi won the first period 5–0 and finished the match in 2nd period by two fall-offs. The bronze medal was shared by M. Bimoljit Singh from India and Nguyễn Minh Thông of Vietnam.

Athletes from Laos, Nepal, Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan shared the fifth place.[1]


All times are China Standard Time (UTC+08:00)

Date Time Event
Sunday, 14 November 2010 19:30 Round of 16
Monday, 15 November 2010 19:30 Quarterfinals
Tuesday, 16 November 2010 19:30 Semifinals
Wednesday, 17 November 2010 19:30 Final


  • AV — Absolute victory
  • KO — Won by knockout
Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
  M. Bimoljit Singh (IND) AV
  Maratab Ali Shah (PAK)     M. Bimoljit Singh (IND) KO
  Supachai Laorueang (THA)     Bouapha Valasith (LAO)  
  Bouapha Valasith (LAO) AV   M. Bimoljit Singh (IND) 0
  Mohsen Mohammadseifi (IRI) 2   Mohsen Mohammadseifi (IRI) 2
  Rahmat Junaidi Sukamto (INA) 0   Mohsen Mohammadseifi (IRI) 2
  Amirshah Amiri (AFG) 0   Mangal Prasad Tharu (NEP) 0
  Mangal Prasad Tharu (NEP) 2   Mohsen Mohammadseifi (IRI) 2
  Joseph Kamel (LIB) 1   Kim Jun-yul (KOR) 0
  Ölziibadrakhyn Saruul-Od (MGL) 2   Ölziibadrakhyn Saruul-Od (MGL) 0
  Nguyễn Minh Thông (VIE) 2   Nguyễn Minh Thông (VIE) 2
  Lei In Lam (MAC) 0   Nguyễn Minh Thông (VIE) 0
  Aleksey Fedoseev (KGZ) 2   Kim Jun-yul (KOR) 2
  Berdimurad Kulhanow (TKM) 0   Aleksey Fedoseev (KGZ) 1
  Adham Azzam (JOR) 0   Kim Jun-yul (KOR) 2
  Kim Jun-yul (KOR) 2


  1. ^ "Asiad Daily Games scoreboard". China Daily. 18 November 2010. Retrieved 24 February 2014.

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