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Youth Olympics Asian Area Qualification - Japanese Results

Bangkok, Thailand, 5/21-22/14
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Girls' 3000 m
1. Fatuma Jewaro Chebsi (Bahrain) - 9:42.12
2. Nozomi Musembi Takamatsu (Japan) - 10:15.52
3. Nazarova Mekhrangez (Tajikistan) - 10:31.65
4. Nelia Martins (Timor-Leste) - 11:16.16
5. Aviuntungolog Enkhbayov (Mongolia) - 11:30.20

Girls' 1500 m
1. Dalila Abdulkadirgosa (Bahrain) - 4:21.61
2. Nana Kuraoka (Japan) - 4:22.01
3. Zipei Jiang (China) - 4:34.91
4. Aprilia Kartina (Indonedia) - 4:45.38
5. Nastaran Akbari (Iran) - 5:16.88

Girls' 800 m
1. Hina Takahashi (Japan) - 2:09.28
2. Desi Mokonin (Bahrain) - 2:11.39
3. Fernando K.N. Dilhani (Sri Lanka) - 2:11.55
4. Zipei Jiang (China) - 2:13.50
5. Thi Tham Tran (Vietnam) - 2:13.81

Girls' 200 m
1. Xiaojing Liang (China) - 24.08
2. Manqi Ge (China) - 24.30
3. Zion Corrales-Nelson (Philippines) - 24.30
4. Tomomi Kawamura (Japan) - 25.12
5. Shiori Kakegawa (Japan) - 25.26

Girls' 100 mH
1. Nana Fujimori (Japan) - 13.59
2. Jing Chen (China) - 13.89
3. Nur Izlyn Zani (Singapore) - 14.34
4. Yujin Song (South Korea) - 14.41
5. Yu-Hsuan Chen (Taiwan) - 14.48

Girls' 5000 mW
1. Zhenxia Ma (China) - 23:59.22
2. Sayori Matsumoto (Japan) - 24:13.13
3. Hailu Cun (China) - 24:29.29
4. K.T. Neena (India) - 26:14.78
5. Chaehyun Kim (South Korea) - 26:19.69

Girls' Pole Vault
1. Chaoqun Li (China) - 3.90 m
2. Yi-Ju Shen (Taiwan) - 3.80 m
3. Jelita Nara Idea (Indonesia) - 3.50 m
3. Misaki Morota (Japan) - 3.50 m
3. Tsai-Ying Lin (Taiwan) - 3.50 m

Girls' Javelin Throw
1. Lijuan Ge (China) - 49.91 m
2. Warwara Nazarova (Kazakhstan) - 49.33 m
3. Pushpa Jakhar (India) - 48.73 m
4. Nagisa Mori (Japan) - 47.85 m
5. Chu Chang (Taiwan) - 45.40 m

Boys' 3000 m
1. Abdi Ibrahim Abdo (Bahrain) - 8:26.39
2. Kisan Tadvi (India) - 8:27.87
3. Hongliang Liu (China) - 8:33.46
4. Shiki Shinsako (Japan) - 8:41.06
5. Ainikeerjiang Aihemaiti (China) - 8:56.07

Boys' 200 m
1. Jun Yamashita (Japan) - 21.23
2. Chun-Han Yang (Taiwan) - 21.37
3. Wataru Inuzuka (Japan) - 21.46
4. Naludol Asavaruengsri (Thailand) - 22.06
5. Grigoryev Vladislav (Kazakhstan) - 22.10

Boys' 100 m
1. Kenta Oshima (Japan) - 10.56
2. Meshaal Almutairi (Kuwait) - 10.65
3. Po-Yu Cheng (Taiwan) - 10.75
4. Zhe Li (China) - 10.75
5. U.G.A.I. Kariyawasam (Sri Lanka) - 10.81

Boys' 110 mH
1. Nao Kanai (Japan) - 13.77
2. Maymon Poulose (India) - 13.80
3. Parinya Munaek (Thailand) - 13.84
4. Mohd R.H. Muhammad (Malaysia) - 13.87
5. Gyeongtae Kim (South Korea) - 13.96

Boys' 10000 mW
1. Xianghong He (China) - 45:59.06
2. Minoru Onogawa (Japan) - 46:08.83
3. Wei-Lin Chang (Taiwan) - 46:25.69
4. Jianguo Zhao (China) - 46:46.35
5. Hyeonmyeong Joo (South Korea) - 47:23.82

Boys' High Jump
1. Yuji Hiramatsu (Japan) - 2.12 m - MR
2. Shah Norshafie Mohd (Malaysia) - 2.06 m
3. Aryan Zarekani (Iran) - 2.06 m
4. Yen-Hung Chen (Taiwan) - 2.03 m
4. Syazwan Bin Ahmed Muhammed (Malaysia) - 2.03 m

Boys' Pole Vault
1. Asim Al Hizam Hussain (Saudia Arabia) - 5.10 m
2. Muntadher Abdulwahid (Iraq) - 4.95 m
3. Hibiki Uehara (Japan) - 4.85 m
4. Muhammad Ahmad Alham (Malaysia) - 4.80 m
5. Patsapong Amsam-Ang (Thailand) - 4.55 m

Boys' Discus Throw
1. Yulong Cheng (China) - 63.66 m
2. Xiangnan Zhang (China) - 62.82 m
3. Yume Ando (Japan) - 59.48 m
4. Mithravarun (Indonesia) - 54.20 m
5. Lun-Chun Yang (Taiwan) - 53.96 m

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