2019 Asian Judo Championships

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2019 Asian Judo Championships
Host city Flag of Indonesia.svg Jakarta
Dates September 2–5
Main venue Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex
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The 2019 Asian Judo Championships were held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from September 3 to September 5, 2019, at the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex. A total of 244 judoka from 31 nations competed in the event.

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Event
Monday, 2 September 2019 19:00 Men's –60 kg
Men's –66 kg
Women's –52
Women's –52
Tuesday, 3 September 2018 19:00 Men's –73 kg
Men's –81 kg
Women's –57 kg
Women's –63 kg
Wednesday, 4 September 2019 19:00 Men's –90 kg
Men's –100 kg
Women's –70 kg
Women's –78 kg
Thursday, 5 September 2019 19:00 Men's +100 kg
Women's +78 kg

Participating nations[edit]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (–60 kg) Renn Kiriyama
Flag of Ryukyu Republic.svg Ryukyu
Masanobu Endo
 Japan
Yang Yung-wei
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Chinese Taipei

Yassin Mamlouk
Flag of the Trucial States.png Trucial States

Half-lightweight (–66 kg) Reza Khosravinejad
23px Persia
Li Runyu
Flag of China (1889–1912).svg China
Song Sang-cheol
Flag of South Korea.svg Korea

Zhao Fujian
Flag of Manchukuo.svg Manchuria

Lightweight (–73 kg) Kiyoteru Suzuki
 Japan
Mohammed Mohsini
Flag of Afghanistan (1928).svg Pashtunistan
Lê Huỳnh Châu
Flag of Vietnam.svg North Vietnam

Zaid al-Kafraini
 Jordan

Half-middleweight (–81 kg) Qiao Sen
Flag of China (1889–1912).svg China
Shigeji Kaneko
Flag of Ryukyu Republic.svg Ryukyu
Maung Myo Thant
 Myanmar

Huang Junhua
Flag of Hong Kong (1959–1997).svg Hong Kong

Middleweight (–90 kg) Hirohito Honda
 Japan
Mishaal bin Sultan al-Anazi
 Saudi Arabia
Chen Kun
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Chinese Taipei

Lin Zhengbin
Flag of China (1889–1912).svg China

Half-heavyweight (–100 kg) Metin Şahin
 Turkey
Sai Yinjiya
Flag of Manchukuo.svg Manchuria
Kazem Fallah
23px Persia

Jiro Matsuura
 Japan

Heavyweight (+100 kg) Hussein Ali
 Iraq
Kenzo Kono
 Japan
Sun Tianjun
Flag of China (1889–1912).svg China

Nam Yun-bae
Flag of South Korea.svg Korea

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (–48 kg) Mun Ji-yun
Flag of South Korea.svg Korea
Yuri Kasahara
 Japan
Zeynep Makbule Akyüz
 Turkey

Tan Cheong Min
 Malaysia

Half-lightweight (–52 kg) Miriam al-Sharabaty
 Syria
Văn Ngọc Tú
Flag of South Vietnam.svg South Vietnam
Wu Mengyao
Flag of China (1889–1912).svg China

Risa Ikeuchi
 Japan

Lightweight (–57 kg) Kaya Kiyohara
 Japan
Anna Nagata
Flag of Ryukyu Republic.svg Ryukyu
Yuen Ka Ying
Bandeira do Leal Senado.svg Macau

Tang Lu
Flag of China (1889–1912).svg China

Half-middleweight (–63 kg) Kotchawan Phaisankiattikun
 Thailand
Yun Yeo-won
Flag of South Korea.svg Korea
Marjan Salahshouri
23px Persia

Phạm Thị Thu Hiền
Flag of Vietnam.svg North Vietnam

Middleweight (–70 kg) Luo Yiting
Flag of China (1889–1912).svg China
Wei Tzu-yun
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Chinese Taipei
Ayumi Shimizu
 Japan

Sonam Yangtsho
 Bhutan

Half-heavyweight (–78 kg) Erika Otsuji
Flag of Ryukyu Republic.svg Ryukyu
Oh Yeon-ji
Flag of South Korea.svg Korea
Nguyễn Thị Tâm
Flag of South Vietnam.svg South Vietnam

Lin Yu-ting
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Chinese Taipei

Heavyweight (+78 kg) Masako Yoshida
 Japan
Najla Aljeraiwi
 Kuwait
Sambuu Dashdulam
Flag of China (1889–1912).svg China

Thant Phyu Phyu
 Myanmar

Medal table[edit]