Thailand at the 2006 Asian Games

Thailand participated in the 2006 Asian Games held in Doha, Qatar from 1–15 December 2006. Thailand ended the games at 54 overall medals including 13 gold medals.

Thailand at the
2006 Asian Games
IOC codeTHA
NOCNational Olympic Committee of Thailand
Websitewww.olympicthai.or.th/eng (in English) (in Thai)
in Doha
Flag bearer Supachai Jitjumroon[1]
Medals
Ranked 5th
Gold
13
Silver
15
Bronze
26
Total
54
Asian Games appearances (overview)

Medalists

[2]

Medal Name Sport Event Date
 GoldThanyalak Chotpaibunsin
Supamas Wankaew
Paramaporn Ponglaokham
ShootingWomen's 50 metre rifle prone team4 Dec
 GoldPawina ThongsukWeightliftingWomen's 63 kg4 Dec
 GoldSakol Jandoung
Suebsak Phunsueb
Panomporn Aiemsaard
Sarawut Inlek
Pornchai Kaokaew
Rangsirod Sirisamutsarn
Worapot Thongsai
Terdsak Pilae
Somporn Jaisinghol
Suriyan Peachan
Singha Somsakul
Prasert Pongpung
Sepak takrawMen's team regu6 Dec
 GoldPraprut Chaithanasakun
Udon Khaimuk
Cue sportsMen's English billiards doubles7 Dec
 GoldBuoban PamangAthleticsWomen's javelin throw9 Dec
 GoldSitthi CharoenrithBodybuilding80 kg9 Dec
 GoldAreerat Takan
Nitinadda Kaewkamsai
Tidawan Daosakul
Pinporn Klongbungkar
Phutsadi Suancharun
Sepak takrawWomen's regu10 Dec
 GoldSuebsak Phunsueb
Panomporn Aiemsaard
Pornchai Kaokaew
Somporn Jaisinghol
Singha Somsakul
Sepak takrawMen's regu10 Dec
 GoldManus BoonjumnongBoxingLight welterweight12 Dec
 GoldSeksan Wongsala
Wachara Sondee
Ekkachai Janthana
Sittichai Suwonprateep
AthleticsMen's 4 × 100 metres relay12 Dec
 GoldDamrongsak Vongtim
Sakda Vongtim
SailingHobie 1613 Dec
 GoldRawat Parbchompoo
Purich Pansira
Rattikorn Pealun
Sepak takrawMen's doubles13 Dec
 GoldDanai UdomchokeTennisMen's singles14

Dec

 SilverPensiri LaosirikulWeightliftingWomen's 48 kg2 Dec
 SilverJunpim KuntateanWeightliftingWomen's 53 kg2 Dec
 SilverWandee KameaimWeightliftingWomen's 58 kg3 Dec
 SilverThanyalak ChotphibunsinShootingWomen's 50 metre rifle prone4 Dec
 SilverJanejira SrisongkramShootingWomen's double trap5 Dec
 SilverRuthtanaphol Theppibal
Anupong Thainjam
RowingMen's lightweight double sculls6 Dec
 SilverAreerat Takan
Nitinadda Kaewkamsai
Nittaya Tukaew
Anchalee Suvanmajo
Nisa Thanaattawut
Tidawan Daosakul
Payom Srihongsa
Pinporn Klongbungkar
Phutsadi Suancharun
Sahattiya Faksra
Chotika Boonthong
Viparat Ruangrat
Sepak takrawWomen's team regu6 Dec
 SilverVasavat SomswangTaekwondoMen's 54 kg7 Dec
 SilverDhunyanun PremwaewTaekwondoWomen's 63 kg7 Dec
 SilverNattapong TewawetchapongTaekwondoMen's 58 kg8 Dec
 SilverSomjit JongjohorBoxingMen's 51 kg12 Dec
 SilverNavee ThamsoontornSailingMen's Optimist12 Dec
 SilverSuban PannonBoxingMen's 48 kg13 Dec
 SilverAngkhan ChomphuphuangBoxingMen's 69 kg13 Dec
 SilverSanchai Ratiwatana
Sonchat Ratiwatana
TennisMen's doubles13 Dec
 BronzeThongyim BunphithakWeightliftingWomen's 48 kg2 Dec
 BronzeAngkana NetrvisethBowlingWomen's singles3 Dec
 BronzeAtthasit Mahitthi
Phaitoon Phonbun
Cue sportsMen's snooker doubles5 Dec
 BronzePunnapa Asvanit
Supornpan Chewchalermmit
Janejira Srisongkram
ShootingWomen's double trap team5 Dec
 BronzePhuttharaksa Neegree
Bussayamas Phaengkathok
RowingWomen's lightweight double sculls6 Dec
 BronzeAnnipa MoontarWeightliftingWomen's +75 kg6 Dec
 BronzeAtthasit MahitthiCue sportsMen's snooker singles7 Dec
 BronzeRuthtanaphol TheppibalRowingMen's lightweight single sculls7 Dec
 BronzePhuttharaksa NeegreeRowingWomen's lightweight single sculls7 Dec
 BronzePongpol Kulchairattana
Jakkrit Panichpatikum
Opas Ruengpanyawut
ShootingMen's 25 metre standard pistol team7 Dec
 BronzeYaowapa BoorapolchaiTaekwondoWomen's 47 kg7 Dec
 BronzeYannaphon LarpapharatBowlingMen's all-events8 Dec
 BronzeSudket Prapakamol
Saralee Thungthongkam
BadmintonMixed doubles8 Dec
 BronzeJakkrit PanichpatikumShootingMen's 25 metre center fire pistol8 Dec
 BronzeNatthaya SangsasitonTaekwondoWomen's 51 kg8 Dec
 BronzeSanchai Ratiwatana
Sonchat Ratiwatana
Paradorn Srichaphan
Danai Udomchoke
TennisMen's team8 Dec
 BronzeWachara SondeeAthleticsMen's 100 metres9 Dec
 BronzeWiradech KothnyFencingMen's individual sabre10 Dec
 BronzeArun HomraruenSailingMen's Mistral light11 Dec
 BronzeNapalai TansaiSailingWomen's Mistral11 Dec
 BronzeJittikan TiemsurakanKarateWomen's kumite 48 kg12 Dec
 BronzeBenjamas PoonpatSailingWomen's Optimist12 Dec
 BronzeNatee Kattancharoen
Ekkathet Ketiam
Wiradech Kothny
Sares Limkangwanmongkol
FencingMen's team sabre13 Dec
 BronzeWorapoj PetchkoomBoxingMen's 54 kg13 Dec
 BronzeChanpeng NontasinCyclingWomen's points race14 Dec
 BronzeKhwanyuen ChanthraWushuMen's sanda 52 kg14 Dec

References

  1. "Supachai Jitjumroon".
  2. "Thailand". DAGOC. Archived from the original on 31 December 2006.


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