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Asian Athletics Championships - Days Three and Four Results

2011 Asian Athletics Championships - Day Three and Four Results
Kobe, Hyogo, July 9-10, 2011
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Women's 5000 m
1. T.D. Chalchissa (Ethiopia/Bahrain) - 15:22.48 - PB, MR
2. Hitomi Niiya (Japan) - 15:34.19
3. Yuriko Kobayashi (Japan) - 15:42.59
4. Alia Mohammed Saeed (U.A.E.) - 15:52.07
5. B.D. Blayneh (Ethiopia/U.A.E.) - 16:04.98
6. T. Triyaningsih (Indonesia) - 16:04.18
7. Rei Ohara (Japan) - 16:21.23
8. Kavita Raut (India) - 16:23.06
9. Suriya Loganathan (India) - 17:19.44
10. L. Ebrahimymojavery (Iran) - 17:40.01 - NR

Men's 5000 m
1. D.R. Mootumaa (Ethiopia/Bahrain) - 13:39.71 - MR
2. Yuki Sato (Japan) - 13:40.78 - MR
3. Alemu Bekele Gebre (Ethiopia/Bahrain) - 13:41.93
4. Kazuya Watanabe (Japan) - 13:48.81
5. Tetsuya Yoroizaka (Japan) - 13:54.35
6. Suresh Kumar (India) - 14:05.64
7. Mohammed Khazaei (Iran) - 14:08.81
8. Agus Prayogo (Indonesia) - 14:10.85
9. Serod Batochir (Mongolia) - 14:18.53
10. Qais Al Mahruqi (Oman) - 14:24.13

Women's 3000 mSC
1. Minori Hayakari (Japan) - 9:52.42 - MR
2. Sudha Singh (India) - 10:08.52
3. Thi Phuong Nguyen (Vietnam) - 10:14.94

Women's 800 m
1. Tranh Hang Troung (Vietnam) - 2:01.41
2. Margarita Matsko (Kazakhstan) - 2:02.46
3. Tintu Luka (India) - 2:02.55

Men's 800 m
1. Mohammed Alazemi (Kuwait) - 1:46.14
2. Sajad Moradi (Iran) - 1:46.35
3. Ghamnda Ram (India) - 1:46.46

Women's 400 mH
1. Satomi Kubokura (Japan) - 56.52
2. Qi Yang (China) - 56.69
3. C.S. Merril (Sri Lanka) - 57.30

Men's 400 mH
1. Takatoshi Abe (Japan) - 49.64
2. Yuta Imazeki (Japan) - 50.22
3. Chieh Chen (Taiwan) - 50.39

Women's 200 m
1. Chisato Fukushima (Japan) - 23.49
2. Gretta Taslakian (Lebanon) - 24.01
3. Saori Imai (Japan) - 24.06

Men's 200 m
1. Femi Seun Ogunode (Qatar) - 20.41 - MR
2. Hitoshi Saito (Japan) - 20.75
3. O.J.B. Alsalfa (U.A.E.) - 20.97

Men's 110 mH
1. Xiang Liu (China) - 13.22 - MR
2. Dongpeng Shi (China) - 13.56
3. Taekyong Park (Korea) - 13.66

Women's 100 mH
1. Yawei Sun (China) - 13.04
2. Hyelim Jung (China) - 13.11
3. Natalya Ivoninskaya (Kazakhstan) - 13.15

Men's 4x400 m Relay
1. Japan - 3:04.72
2. Saudi Arabia - 3:08.03
3. Iran - 3:08.58

Women's 4x400 m Relay
1. Japan - 3:35.00
2. Kazakhstan - 3:36.61
3. Iraq - 3:41.91

Women's 4x100 m Relay
1. Japan - 44.05
2. China - 44.23
3. Thailand - 44.62

Men's 4x100 m Relay
1. Japan - 39.18
2. Hong Kong - 39.26
3. Taiwan - 39.30

Women's Pole Vault
1. Sha Wu (China) - 4.35 m
2. Ling Li (China) - 4.30 m
3. Yunhee Choi (Korea) - 4.00 m

Women's High Jump
1. Xinjuan Zheng (China) - 1.92 m
2. Svetlana Radzivil (Uzbekistan) - 1.92 m
3. Marina Aitova (Kazakhstan) - 1.89 m

Men's High Jump
1. Mutaz Essa Barshim (Qatar) - 2.35 m - MR, NR
2. Majd Eddin Ghazal (Syria) - 2.28 m - NR
3. Chen Wang (China) - 2.26 m

Women's Triple Jump
1. Limei Xie (China) - 14.54 m
2. Valeriya Kanatova (Uzbekistan) - 14.14 m
3. Mayookha Johny (India) - 14.11 m - NR

Men's Long Jump
1. Xiongfeng Su (China) - 8.19 m
2. S. Sukhasvasti Na Ayu (Thailan) - 8.05 m - PB
3. Rikiya Saruyama (Japan) - 8.05 m

Men's Javelin Throw
1. Yukifumi Murakami (Japan) - 83.27 m - MR, PB
2. Jaemyoung Park (Korea) - 80.19 m
3. Ivan Zaitcev (Uzbekistan) - 79.22 m

Women's Shot Put
1. Qianqian Meng (China) - 18.31 m - PB
2. Xiangrong Liu (China) - 18.30 m
3. Leyla Rajabi (Iran) - 16.60 m

Men's Shot Put
1. Ming-Huang Chang (Taiwan) - 20.14 m - MR
2. Jun Zhang (China) - 19.77 m
3. O.S. Karhana (India) - 19.47 m

Men's Hammer Throw
1. Ali Zenkawi (Kuwait) - 73.73 m
2. Hiroshi Noguchi (Japan) - 70.89 m
3. Hiroaki Doi (Japan) - 70.69 m

Women's Heptathlon
1. Wassana Winatho (Thailand) - 5710
2. Fumie Takehara (Japan) - 5491 - PB
3. Chie Kiriyama (Japan)- 5442

(c) 2011 Brett Larner
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Comments

TokyoRacer said…
A woman from Vietnam ran a 2:01 800? That's fast! Faster than the winning time in the Birmingham Diamond League meet on Sunday.
Brett Larner said…
You're right that it was faster than the Birmingham-winning time, but it only ranks Trang 60th in the world so far this season. Still, though, it would be nice to see her do well in Daegu.

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