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Day4 Highlight( LOC Media team )


On the last day of the 19th Asian Athletics Championships, Xiang Liu (CHN), the gold medalist of the Olympic Games in Athens and the World Championships in Osaka, hit the track of Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium. In spite of Liu said after the race " It was very hot. I couldn't warm-up very much.", his new championship record of 13.22 didn't allow other runners to follow close. "My goal now is to be at the start line in the final of the World Championships." said Liu with his new mindset targeted for his first World Championship in four years.

In men's Javelin Throw, Yukihumi Murakami (JPN), the bronze medalist of the World Championships in Berlin, won with the new championship record of 83.27m which also broke his own personal best by 0.12m. "Over 85m is necessary to compete for medals in the World Championships. I am surely getting to it." Murakami satisfyingly said of his performance. Men's 200m was won by Femi Seun Ogunode (QAT) who tied for the championship record with 20.41. Miki Hayakari (JPN) set the new championship record in women's 3000mSC with 9:52.42.

Chisato Fukushima (JPN) won the gold medal in the women's 200m with 23.49, while Japan swept all relay events with four golds in men's 4x100R, 4x400mR, women's 4x100mR and 4x400mR. As for the medal count, Japan captured the most with 11 golds, 10 silvers and 11 bronzes. Four-day competitions with Asian titles and tickets to the World Championships in August at stake ended with leaving great expectations for Daegu, Korea.


The defending champion JPN won this event for the 10th time in history of the Asian Championships.
For the first time in the history of Asian Championships, JPN won both men's 4x400m and women's 4x400m relays.
Furthermore, for the fifth time in history of Asian Championships, Japanese men won both 4x100m and 4x400m relays. Previously, Japanese men won both events in 1973, 1981, 2005 and 2009.
In short, for the first time in history of Asian Championships, JPN won all four (both men and women) relays events.
Iran won first medal of any kind at M4x400mR in the Asian Championships.
For the third time in history and first since 1979, JPN won W4x400mR
For the third time in history, Japanese women won both 4x100mR and 4x400mR.
Previously, JPN won both events in 1975 and 1979, while Thailand did so in 1983 and China won both events in 1993 and 1995
For bronze medalist IRQ, it was their first medal of any kind in this event at the Asian Championships.


Track Events

Start Time Event Round
14:05Women100mHRound 1
14:20Men110mHRound 1
15:45Women3000m SCFinal
16:50Women4x100m RFinal
17:05Men4x100m RFinal
17:20Women4x400m RFinal
17:35Men4x400m RFinal
18:00Closing Ceremony

Jumping Events

Start Time Event Round
14:30WomenHigh JumpFinal
15:30MenLong JumpFinal

Throwing Events

Start Time Event Round
15:00WomenShot PutFinal
15:30MenJavelin ThrowFinal

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