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Japanese Medalists at Asian Junior Championships

2014 Asian Junior Athletics Championships
Japanese Medalists Summary
Taipei, Taiwan, June 12-15, 2014
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Men's 10000 m - June 13
1. Hazuma Hattori (Japan) - 31:10.60
2. Sharwan Kharb (India) - 31:52.37
3. Yaser Salem Bagharab (Yemen) - 32:22.42
4. Tzu-Ming Wang (Taiwan) - 36:38.02
5. Han-Hsuan Li (Taiwan) - 38:40.29

Women's 5000 m - June 12
1. Maki Izumida (Japan) - 16:18.345
1. Daria Maslova (Kyrgyzstan) - 16:18.345
3. Ji Hyang Kim (North Korea) - 16:28.13
4. Sakiho Tsutsui (Japan) - 16:35.79
5. Sanjivini Jadhav (India) - 17:00.75

Men's 5000 m - June 15
1. Musaab Adam M Ali (Qatar) - 14:34.07
2. Makoto Mitsunobu (Japan) - 14:38.99
3. Sharwan Kharb (India) - 14:39.41
4. Khalil Naseri (Iran) - 14:58.88
5. Wei Zhang (China) - 15:29.28

Women's 3000 m - June 15
1. Daria Maslova (Kyrgyzstan) - 9:16.23
2. Hanami Sekine (Japan) - 9:17.55
3. Sanjivini Jadhav (India) - 9:35.02
4. Jin Hyang Pak (North Korea) - 9:35.04
5. Zhi-Ling Zheng (China) - 9:44.31

Women's 1500 m - June 13
1. Song Mi O (North Korea) - 4:28.38
2. Yuki Nakamura (Japan) - 4:28.75
3. Shuang-Shuang Xu (China) - 4:28.78
4. Kseniia Faiskanova (Kyrgyzstan) - 4:28.91
5. Pinki Kumari (India) - 4:37.53

Women's 800 m - June 14
1. Ryoko Hirano (Japan) - 2:06.75
2. Jessy Joseph (India) - 2:06.77
3. Archana Adhav (India) - 2:09.11
4. Kseniia Faiskanova (Kyrgyzstan) - 2:09.54
5. Yevgeniya Fandyushina (Kazakhstan) - 2:12.06

Men's 200 m +1.0 - June 15
1. Mohammedhossein Abareghi (Iran) - 20.69
2. Jing-Sheng Liang (China) - 20.96
3. Katsumi Hiyoshi (Japan) - 21.05
4. Rei Tokuyama (Japan) - 21.13
5. Chun-Han Yang (Taiwan) - 21.17

Men's 100 m + 0.3 - June 13
1. Takuya Kawakami (Japan) - 10.47
2. Himasha Eashan Waththakankanamge (Sri Lanka) - 10.49
3. Mohammedhossein Abareghi (Iran) - 10.50
4. Sepehr Asad (Iran) - 10.54
5. Masaharu Mori (Japan) - 10.60

Men's 4x100 m Relay - June 14
1. Japan - 39.49
2. Thailand - 39.74
3. Taiwan - 39.91
4. Sri Lanka - 40.37
5. Hong Kong - 40.69

Men's 3000 mSC - June 14
1. Musaab Adam M Ali (Qatar) - 9:02.80
2. Takumi Murashima (Japan) - 9:03.35
3. Khalil Naseri (Iran) - 9:03.54
4. Ting-Wei Zeng (Taiwan) - 9:21.39
5. Jalil Naseri (Iran) - 9:22.77

Women's 400 mH - June 15
1. Akiko Ito (Japan) - 58.80
2. Kawshayla Madushani Edirippulilage (Sri Lanka) - 62.31
3. Alvin Tehupeiory (Indonesia) - 62.39
4. Chia-Hsun Hsieh (Taiwan) - 62.50
5. Saidatul Izzati Suhaimi (Malaysia) - 63.46

Men's 400 mH - June 15
1. Chia-Hsuan Yu (Taiwan) - 50.49
2. Guo-Zhong Wang (China) - 50.61
3. Yusuke Sakanashi (Japan) - 50.76
4. Khalid Mohammed Al Shahrani (Qatar) - 51.59
5. Chih-Hao Lin (Taiwan) - 52.44

Men's 110 mH + 0.5 - June 14
1. Taio Kanai (Japan) - 13.33
2. Masahiro Kagimoto (Japan) - 13.51
3. Mohammed Amin Barzi Ghamsari (Iran) - 13.56
4. Shih-Wei Huang (Taiwan) - 13.59
5. Chih-Hao Lin (Taiwan) - 13.93

Women's 100 mH -0.2 - June 14
1. Mako Fukuba (Japan) - 13.98
2. Meghana Shetty (India) - 14.09
3. Min Jannah Wong (Singapore) - 14.14
4. Emilia Nova (Indonesia) - 14.27
5. Yu-Hsuan Chen (Taiwan) - 14.33

Men's 10000 m Walk - June 13
1. Fumitaka Oikawa (Japan) - 44:08.25
2. Po-Ying Lo (Taiwan) - 45:51.62
3. Wei-Lin Chang (Taiwan) - 46:14.69
4. Taiga Takizawa (Japan) - 47:50.30
5. Karan Rathi (India) - 49:30.54

Women's 10000 m Walk - June 12
1. Kaori Kawazoe (Japan) - 50:38.05
2. Diana Aidossova (Kazakhstan) - 51:39.77
3. Dana Aidossova (Kazakhstan) - 52:13.42
4. Heesu Kim (South Korea) - 52:54.54
5. Goh LIng Yin Elena (Malaysia) - 53:52.83

Men's Long Jump - June 13
1. Qing Lin (China) - 7.99 m (+0.6)
2. Ming-Tai Chan (Hong Kong) - 7.70 m (+0.3)
3. Shotaro Shiroyama (Japan) - 7.70 m (+0.7)
4. Daiki Oda (Japan) - 7.54 m (+0.6)
5. Yao-Qing Fang (China) - 7.47 m (+0.5)

Women's Pole Vault - June 14
1. Chao-Qun Li (China) - 4.05 m
2. Yang Yang (China) - 4.00 m
3. Megumi Mizushima (Japan) - 3.80 m
4. Yi-Ju Shen (Taiwan) - 3.70 m
5. Tsai-Ying Lin (Taiwan) - 3.70 m

Women's Javelin Throw - June 13
1. Shiori Toma (Japan) - 55.75 m
2. Qi-Yan Kang (China) - 51.97 m
3. Chu Chang (Taiwan) - 50.45 m
4. Geumhee Lee (South Korea) - 48.99 m
5. Yi-Hua Lee (Taiwan) - 46.98 m

Women's Discus Throw - June 15
1. Yu-Chen Xie (China) - 55.65 m
2. Navjeet Kaur Dhillon (India) - 53.66 m
3. Natsumi Fujimori (Japan) - 46.16 m
4. Jo-Tzu Wang (Taiwan) - 43.85 m
5. Fatemeh Khayati (Iran) - 43.67 m

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