1989 Asian Wrestling Championships

The 1989 Asian Wrestling Championships were held in Oarai, Japan. The event took place from June 30 to July 2, 1989.[1]

1989 Asian Championships
Host city Oarai, Japan
Dates30 June – 2 July
Champions
Freestyle Iran
Greco-Roman South Korea

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 South Korea65415
2 Iran65314
3 Japan44513
4 Mongolia3126
5 North Korea0303
6 Pakistan0202
7 Iraq0112
8 China0033
9 India0022
Totals (9 nations)19212060

Team ranking

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman
Team Points Team Points
1  Iran46 South Korea53
2  Mongolia34 Japan48
3  South Korea34 Iran38
4  Japan30 India21
5  North Korea23 China16

Medal summary

Men's freestyle

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Chodognamuugiin Batbadral
 Mongolia
Kim Sun-chol
 North Korea
Kim Jong-shin
 South Korea
52 kg Majid Torkan
 Iran
Kim Myong-soo
 North Korea
Jagdeep Singh
 India
57 kg Noh Kyung-sun
 South Korea
Askari Mohammadian
 Iran
Ryo Kanehama
 Japan
62 kg Kazuhito Sakae
 Japan
Lee Jung-keun
 South Korea
Taghi Akbarnejad
 Iran
68 kg Khenmedekhiin Amaraa
 Mongolia
Kosei Akaishi
 Japan
Park Jang-soon
 South Korea
74 kg Behrouz Yari
 Iran
Kim Kwang-soo
 South Korea
Lodoin Enkhbayar
 Mongolia
82 kg Puntsagiin Sükhbat
 Mongolia
Yu Sang-man
 North Korea
Mohammad Hossein Mohebbi
 Iran
90 kg Mohammad Hassan Mohebbi
 Iran
Abdul Majeed Maruwala
 Pakistan
Chadraabalyn Byambadorj
 Mongolia
100 kg Mohammad Reza Toupchi
 Iran
Shahid Pervaiz Butt
 Pakistan
Subhash Verma
 India
130 kg Alireza Soleimani
 Iran
Aduuchiin Baatarkhüü
 Mongolia
Hiroyuki Obata
 Japan

Men's Greco-Roman

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg None awarded Goun Duk-yong
 South Korea
Yang Zhizhong
 China
Masanori Ohashi
 Japan
52 kg An Han-bong
 South Korea
Abdolkarim Kakahaji
 Iran
Shohei Nakamori
 Japan
57 kg Kim Jin-won
 South Korea
Michizo Fujioka
 Japan
Ghazi Faisal
 Iraq
62 kg Huh Byung-ho
 South Korea
Hassan Yousefi Afshar
 Iran
Shigeki Nishiguchi
 Japan
68 kg Yasuhiro Okubo
 Japan
Kim Sung-moon
 South Korea
Abdollah Chamangoli
 Iran
74 kg Park Myung-suk
 South Korea
Hiromichi Ito
 Japan
Wei Qingkun
 China
82 kg Kim Sang-kyu
 South Korea
Abdul-Rahman Breesam
 Iraq
Tamotsu Yabiku
 Japan
90 kg Yasutoshi Moriyama
 Japan
Hassan Babak
 Iran
Ueon Jin-han
 South Korea
100 kg Tsutomu Kondo
 Japan
Mohammad Naderi
 Iran
Yoo Young-tae
 South Korea
130 kg Alireza Lorestani
 Iran
Kim Dae-kwan
 South Korea
Tian Lei
 China

References

  1. "Asian Championship" (PDF). Japan Wrestling. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 April 2012. Retrieved 7 October 2013.
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