Asian Indoor Athletics Championships 2024 medal tally table and final medals winners list

Asian Indoor Athletics Championships 2024 medal tally table and final medals winners list

We examine the updated medal tally table, final standings, & medal winners list from the 2024 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships, which ended on 19th February

The 2024 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships marked the eleventh iteration of the prestigious indoor athletics competition for Asian nations. It took place in Tehran, from February 17th to 19th, 2024. Tehran, Iran, has been a host city for the 1st (2004), 4th (2010), and 8th (2018) editions of the championships.

Asian Indoor Athletics Championships 2024 medal tally table, results and final medals winners list

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China  8 6 2 16
2  Japan  4 4 1 9
3  Kazakhstan  4 2 5 11
4  Iran 3 6 7 16
5  India  3 1 0 4
6  Kyrgyzstan  2 1 1 4
7  Kuwait  1 0 0 1
 Oman  1 0 0 1
9  Uzbekistan  0 2 2 4
10  Bangladesh  0 1 1 2
 Iraq  0 1 1 2
 Qatar  0 1 1 2
13  South Korea  0 1 0 1
14  Hong Kong  0 0 2 2
15  North Korea  0 0 1 1
 Philippines  0 0 1 1
 Saudi Arabia  0 0 1 1
 Thailand  0 0 1 1
Totals (18 entries) 26 26 27 79

2024 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships final results, medal winners list, and Indian athletes’ performance

Gulveer Singh, an athlete representing India, faced the loss of his gold medal in the men’s 3000m event during the Asian Indoor Athletics Championships due to a disqualification for crossing out of his designated lane. Despite crossing the finish line first in the 3000m final with a time of 8 minutes and 7.48 seconds, he was disqualified for a lane infringement.

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As a result of this setback, India’s overall medal count for the championship was adjusted to three gold medals and one silver. Earlier in the event, Tajinderpal Singh Toor set a new national record in shot put, Jyothi Yarraji claimed gold in the 100m hurdles, and Harmilan Bains emerged victorious in the 1500m, contributing to India’s initial successes on the opening day. Toor and Yarraji notably surpassed their own national records during their performances.

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Furthermore, Ankita secured a silver medal in the women’s 3000m race, finishing with a time of 9 minutes and 26.22 seconds. Comparatively, in the preceding edition held in Astana, Kazakhstan, India had attained one gold, six silver, and one bronze medal in total.

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Asian Indoor Athletics Championships 2024: events list and medal winners

Category Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men’s 60 metres  Ali Anwar Al-Balushi (OMA)  Shuhei Tada  (JPN)  Jo Kum Ryong (PRK)
400 metres  Sajad Aghaei (IRI)  Mohammad Jahir Rayhan (BAN)  Yasir Ali Al-Saadi (IRQ)
800 metres  Ebrahim Al-Zofairi (KUW)  Sobhan Ahmadi (IRI)  Abubaker Haydar Abdalla (QAT)
1500 metres  Nursultan Keneshbekov (KGZ)  Abdirahman Saeed Hassan (QAT)  Ali Amirian (IRI)
3000 metres  Nursultan Keneshbekov (KGZ)  Amir Zamanpour (IRI)  Maxim Frolovskiy (KAZ)
60 metres hurdles  David Yefremov (KAZ)  Qin Weibo (CHN)  John Cabang (PHI)
4 × 400 metres relay  Kazakhstan  Iraq  Iran
High jump  Ryoichi Akamatsu (JPN)  Yuto Seko (JPN)  Mahfuzur Rahman (BAN)
 Ma Jia (CHN)
Pole vault  Zhong Tao (CHN)  Song Haoyang (CHN)  Hussain Al-Hizam (KSA)
Long jump  Zhang Mingkun (CHN)  Yuto Toriumi (JPN)  Daiki Oda (JPN)
Triple jump  Su Wen (CHN)  Kim Jangwoo (KOR)  Ivan Denisov  (UZB)
Shot put  Tajinderpal Singh Toor (IND)  Ivan Ivanov (KAZ)  Mehdi Saberi (IRI)
Heptathlon  Yuma Maruyama (JPN)  Zakhiriddin Shokirov (UZB)  Amir Mehdi Hanifeh (IRI)
Women’s 60 metres  Farzaneh Fasihi (IRI)  Olga Safronova (KAZ)  Supanich Poolkerd (THA)
400 metres  Nanako Matsumoto (JPN)  Nazanin Fatemeh Eidian (IRI)  Kazhan Rostami (IRI)
800 metres  Toktam Dastarbandan (IRI)  Negin Azari Edalat (IRI)  Akbayan Nurmamet (KAZ)
1500 metres  Harmilan Bains (IND)  Ainuska Kalil Kyzy (KGZ)  Aiana Bolatbekkyzy (KAZ)
3000 metres  Yuma Yamamoto (JPN)  Ankita Dhyani (IND)  Ainuska Kalil Kyzy (KGZ)
60 metres hurdles  Jyothi Yarraji (IND)  Asuka Terada (JPN)  Lui Lai Yiu (HKG)
4 × 400 metres relay  Kazakhstan  Iran  Uzbekistan
High jump  Yelizaveta Matveyeva (KAZ)  Shao Yuqi (CHN)  Lu Jiawen (CHN)
Pole vault  Li Ling (CHN)  Niu Chunge (CHN)  Mahsa Mirzatabibi (IRI)
Long jump  Xiong Shiqi (CHN)  Tan Mengyi (CHN)  Yue Nga Yan (HKG)
Triple jump  Chen Jie (CHN)  Zeng Rui (CHN)  Mariya Yefremova (KAZ)
Shot put  Sun Yue (CHN)  Malika Nasreddinova (UZB)  Elham Hashemi (IRI)
Pentathlon  Zheng Ninali (CHN)  Fatemeh Mohitizadeh (IRI)  Alina Chistyakova (KAZ)

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