Iran at the 1951 Asian Games

Iran participated in the 1951 Asian Games held in the capital city of New Delhi, India from March 4, 1951 to March 11, 1951. This country is ranked 3rd with 8 gold medals in this edition of the Asiad. Ahmad Ordoubadi was the flagbearer for Iran in the opening ceremony.[1]

Iran at the
1951 Asian Games
IOC codeIRI
NOCNational Olympic Committee of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Websitewww.olympic.ir (in Persian) (in English)
in New Delhi
Competitors49 in 5 sports
Flag bearerMahmoud Namjoo
Medals
Ranked 3rd
Gold
8
Silver
6
Bronze
2
Total
16
Asian Games appearances (overview)

Competitors

Sport Men Women Total
Aquatics, Diving 22
Aquatics, Swimming 22
Athletics 88
Basketball 1010
Cycling, Road 11
Cycling, Track 11
Football 1717
Weightlifting 1111
Total49049

Medal summary

Medal table

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
Aquatics, Diving112
Athletics112
Basketball11
Football11
Weightlifting7310
Total86216

Medalists

Medal Name Sport Event
 GoldAli BaghbanbashiAthleticsMen's 5000 m
 GoldMahmoud NamjooWeightliftingMen's 56 kg
 GoldJafar SalmasiWeightliftingMen's 60 kg
 GoldHassan FerdosWeightliftingMen's 67.5 kg
 GoldFirouz PojhanWeightliftingMen's 75 kg
 GoldHassan RahnavardiWeightliftingMen's 82.5 kg
 GoldRasoul RaeisiWeightliftingMen's 90 kg
 GoldLeon KurukchianWeightliftingMen's +90 kg
 SilverTaghi AskariAquatics, DivingMen's 10 m platform
 SilverAli BaghbanbashiAthleticsMen's 3000 m steeplechase
 SilverAmir Aghahosseini
Ghorban Ali Tari
Amir Araghi
Aref Gholizadeh
Mehdi Nassiroghloo
Nader Afshar Naderi
Hossein Fekri
Mansour Hajian
Mahmoud Bayati
Mohsen Azad
Nader Afshar Alavinejad
Parviz Kouzehkanani
George Markarian
Mehdi Masoud-Ansari
Masoud Boroumand
Hossein Soroudi
Mahmoud Shakibi
FootballMen
 SilverAli MirzaeiWeightliftingMen's 56 kg
 SilverJalal MansouriWeightliftingMen's 75 kg
 SilverAhmad OrdoubadiWeightliftingMen's +90 kg
 BronzeTaghi AskariAquatics, DivingMen's 3 m springboard
 BronzeHossein Soroudi
Kamal Mashhoun
Alireza Oshar
Reza Masoumi
Mashallah Safiyar
Kambiz Mokhberi
Abolfazl Solbi
Hossein Soudipour
Hossein Razi
Hassan Khaleghpour
BasketballMen

Results by event

Aquatics

Diving

Men[2]
Athlete Event Score Rank
Taghi Askari 3 m springboard 271.45
10 m platform 325.35
Manouchehr Khamoush 10 m platform 250.85 4

Swimming

Men[3]
Athlete Event Time Rank
Mousa Boroumand 100 m freestyle ?
Tofigh Yousefzadeh 200 m breaststroke 3:11.2 4

Athletics

Men[4]
Athlete Event Heat Semifinal Final Rank
Heat Time Rank Heat Time Rank Time Rank
Hossein Ali Archin 100 m 3 3 Did not advance ?
200 m 3 3 ?
Ali Baghbanbashi 5000 m 15:54.2 1
3000 m steeplechase 9:31.8 2
Athlete Event Result Rank
Ahmad Ordoubadi Shot put ?
Discus throw ?

Basketball

Men[5]
Squad list Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Rank
Hossein Soroudi
Kamal Mashhoun
Alireza Oshar
Reza Masoumi
Mashallah Safiyar
Kambiz Mokhberi
Abolfazl Solbi
Hossein Soudipour
Hossein Razi
Hassan Khaleghpour
Coach:
Kazem Rahbari
 Japan
L 34–40
 India
W 63–52
 Philippines
L 41–65
 Burma
W 84–38

Cycling

Road

Men
Athlete Event Time Rank
Jasem Jasemzadeh Road race ?

Track

Men
Athlete Event Heats Semifinal Final Rank
Time Rank
Jasem Jasemzadeh Sprint Did not start Did not advance

Football

Men[6]
Squad list Quarterfinal Semifinal Final Rank
Amir Aghahosseini
Ghorban Ali Tari
Amir Araghi
Aref Gholizadeh
Mehdi Nassiroghloo
Nader Afshar Naderi
Hossein Fekri
Abbas Hajian
Mahmoud Bayati
Mohsen Azad
Nader Afshar Alavinejad
Parviz Kouzehkanani
George Markarian
Mehdi Gholi Masoud-Ansari
Masoud Boroumand
Hossein Soroudi
Mahmoud Shakibi
Coach:
Mostafa Salimi
 Burma
W 2–0
 Japan
W 0–0, 3–2 Rep
 India
L 0–1

Weightlifting

Men[7]
Athlete Event Press (lb) Snatch (lb) Clean & Jerk (lb) Total (lb) Rank
Ali Mirzaei 56 kg 205 200 250 655
Mahmoud Namjoo 56 kg 205.25 214.75 280 700
Khachik Arsham 60 kg 620 6
Jafar Salmasi 60 kg 210 210 255 675
Hassan Ferdos 67.5 kg 210 220 265 695
Jalal Mansouri 75 kg 230 230 295 755
Firouz Pojhan 75 kg 225 230 310 765
Hassan Rahnavardi 82.5 kg 265 255 325 845
Rasoul Raeisi 90 kg 255 240 310 805
Leon Kurukchian +90 kg 235 230 310 775
Ahmad Ordoubadi +90 kg 215 225 285 725

References

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  5. "Report of the first Asian Games held at New Delhi" (PDF). LA84 Foundation. Retrieved 9 January 2012.
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