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Asian Championships 2001 - Men Basketball


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Final
Standings
1. China
2. Lebanon
3. S.Korea
4. Syria
5. Qatar
6. Japan
7. Taiwan
8. India
9. Uzbekistan
10. UAE
11. Hong Kong
12. Kuwait
13. Thailand
14. Singapore

Standings
Group 1

1. China 3-0
2. Lebanon 2-1
3. Japan 1-2
4. Taiwan 0-3
Group 2
1. Korea 3-0
2. Syria 2-1
3. Qatar 1-2
4. India 0-3
Group 3
1. Uzbekistan 2-0
2. Hong Kong 1-1
3. Singapore 0-2
Group 4
1. UAE 2-0
2. Kuwait 1-1
3. Thailand 0-2
 
 

Chinese NT proved again to be No 1 in Asia, easily winning Asian Championships 2001
 

  Awards
MVP - Yao Ming, China
Best Five - Yao Ming, China ; Wang Zhi-zhi, China ; Fadi Khatib, Lebanon ; Walid Doumiati, Lebanon ; Seo Jang-hoon, South Korea
Best Coach - Wang Fei, China
Best Guard - Walid Doumiati, Lebanon
Rebounding Leader - Yao Ming, China
Three-Point Leader - Yang Kyung-min, South Korea
Best Sportsmanship - Oussama Madani, Syria

 

  Day 8, July 28, 2001
Final: China  -  Lebanon 97-63 (Yao Ming 16+11reb, Menk Bateer 17, Liu Yu-dong 13, Wang Zhi-zhi 10 - Fadi Khatib 18)
With the self-claimed "Asian Dream Team" and the huge home court advantage, China slammed Lebanon 97-63 in the 21st ABC championship game and made a strong statement that they are still Asia's best. China wins the 12th title in their 14 appearances in the ABC Championship. Since 1975, China failed to reach the championship game only twice, finishing third both in 1986 and 1997.
With the expected opponent South Korea losing in the semi, China had no problem dealing with Lebanon in light mood, jumpstarting to a 22-10 opening lead and led as many as 43 points. Minutes into the final quarter, China head coach Wang Fei had cleared all his bench. Chang Chen, who served a two-game suspension after initiating a bench-clearing brawl in China's last game with Lebanon, also played with 2:30 remaining.
3rd-4th Place: South Korea  -  Syria 95-94, OT (Seo Jang-hoon 27+11reb, Choo Seung-gyun 24 - Oussama Madani 30+10reb, Mohamad Hajar 27+15reb)
Coming off a disheartening loss in the semi, South Korea lost their confidence and outside shooting in the last game. Thanks to a surprising three-pointer from seldom-used PF Lee Gyu-sup, South Korea managed to a 95-94 overtime victory over Syria and finished third in the ABC Championship. Syria pounded the Koreans on the boards and challenged South Korea's outside shooting. South Korea only made 4-24 from the three-point line and fell to a 39-51 rebounding disadvantage. With a little luck, South Korea came home with a 3rd place trophy, the worst finish in their last three ABCs. South Korea won the 1997 ABC and lost to China in 1999 title game.
5th-6th Place: Qatar - Japan 74-65 (Daoud 14+5reb+5ast, Ismail ably 21+15reb, Hashim Basher 14+13reb -)
Qatar caught Japan in a stupor early in the fourth quarter and went on to score a 74-65 win that gave it fifth place.
7th-8th Place: Taiwan - India 92-90, OT (Yang Yu-min 25, Chen Chih-chung 20, Yen Shin-shu 14, Tien Lei 11 -)
Destined to a worst-ever finish, Taiwan NT figured 7th place is better than 8th. Taiwan staged an unbelievable comeback, when they overcame a 13-point deficit with three minutes remaining in regulation, to beat India 92-90 in overtime and finished 7th in the 21st ABC Championship today. Apparently over-confident after an 85-55 victory in the preliminary round, Taiwan took India lightly and quickly found out India was for real in their final game. After a 24-22 first quarter, Taiwan trailed by three, 38-41 in halftime. Things got worse when India pulled out a 14-0 run in the third and boosted the lead to 64-49. Still trailing 65-78, Taiwan head coach Lee Yun-kwang had no choice. Going to a full-court press defense, Taiwan forced India to consecutive turnovers and made three three-pointers to cut the deficit to one point, 78-79, with 50 seconds remaining. Following an India miss, Chou Hong-yu made one of two free-throws to even the score but Yen Shin-shu failed to make the tie-breaker and the game went into overtime. Taiwan's three-point-attack hasn't finished yet. Yang Yu-min and Chen Chih-chung swished three three-pointers in OT to ice the win with one minute left. Taiwan shot a combined 16-44 behind three-point arch, both national team single-game record. Yang Yu-min finished with 25 points, including 6-12 from three-point territory. Chen Chih-chung had 20 points. Yen Shin-shu scored 14 while SF Tien Lei had 11 points. Taiwan's poor rebounding effort (Taiwan 39-51 India) again force them to a hard-fought game. They are really fortunate to win the game.

  Day 7, July 27, 2001
Semifinals: Lebanon  -  Korea 75-72 (Fadi Khatib 24, Toni Fahed 23 - Choo Seung-gyun 18, Seo Jang-hoon 17+12reb)
Lebanon pulled out the biggest upset in the ABC Championship today when they edged South Korea 75-72 in the semifinal and advanced to the championship game. The inspiring win also means Lebanon is going to the 2002 World Championship in Indianapolis, USA, along with China, which pounded Syria 94-55 in another semi match-up. Lebanon used their man-to-man defense to contain the Koreans' perimeter shooting successfully, holding slight lead throughout the whole game. Led by Fadi Khatib, who scored 24 points, Lebanon twice overcame the Koreans' furious comeback rallies which cut the deficit to one point. Lebanon PG Toni Fahed also had 23 points. South Korea center Seo Jang-hoon had 17 points and 12 rebounds but saw his shots blocked three times by Lebanon center Joe Vogel. Choo Seung-gyun scored a team-high 18 points. South Korea head coach Kim Dong-kwang complained about the officiating after the game, claiming one of the refs from center-east country favored Lebanon. South Korea lost to Lebanon twice in the previous three match-ups, with the other loss coming from the 1999 ABC Championship. They did rout Lebanon 97-71 in the preliminary round.
Semifinals: China  -  Syria 94-55 (Hu Wei-dong 20, Yao Ming 17 -)
Without surprise, China breezed past Syria 94-55 and went to the championship game. China led by as many as 28 points in the second half.
9th-10th Place: Uzbekistan - UAE 73-66 (Demurin 27+16reb, Shafenkov 15, Belorukov 10 -)
11th-12th Place: Hong Kong - Kuwait 86-72 (Chung Ming Tat 26, Tam Wai-Yeu 16+13reb, Sung Fong 10+15reb - )
Chung Ming Tat pumped in 10 points in the fourth quarter as Hong Kong trounced Kuwait, 86-72, and clinched 11th place
13th-14th Place: Thailand - Singapore 100-72 (Chainarong Soontreeyapas 23, Dilip Rae 21+13reb - Wong Soon 27, Koh Meng Ko 23)
The Thais, familiar with their rivals’ brand of play, posted a 53-25 spread at halftime and never wavered to tally their first victory after five straight defeats in the biennial tournament.

   Day 6, July 25, 2001
Group 1:
Japan  -  Lebanon 73-83 (Goto Masaki  24 - Vogel 15+13reb, Fadi Khatib 24)
Lebanon won the three-point shootout with the Japanese and advanced to the semi with an 83-73 win. Lebanon made 11 of 22 three-point attempts while Japan made 12 of 31.
Taiwan  -  China 71-100 (Yang Yu-min 18, Tien Lei 11, Chou Hong-yu 11, Tsun Wen-ding 8, Chen Chih-chung 8 - Wang Zhizhi 22+8reb, Gong Xiao-bin 19, Lee Nan 17, Yao Ming 14+7reb)
Either China was being kind or Chinese Taipei really played well. The Chinese exerted just enough effort to beat the Taiwanese, 100-79, and sweep Group I. Taiwan head coach Lee Yun-kwang's " 2-1-2 " zone defense was not enough to contain China's "Multiple Towers". China used their height advantage with consecutive 11-0 and 13-0 runs. Before halftime, the score was already 61-33 and out of reach.
Group 2:
Korea  -  India 97-76 (Yang Kyung Min 21, Kim Joo Sung 15+15reb  -  S. Robinson 19+15reb)
The Koreans made more than half of their output from beyond the arc to subdue the Indians and bare their readiness for the crossover semifinals. South Korea's firing squad put on another show yesterday, making 19 three-pointers out of 47 tries to slash the Indians 97-76.
Qatar - Syria 68-80 (Hashem Basheer  11+11reb - Mohammed Imam 20+13reb)
Syria neutralized Qatar’s three aces and went on to prevail, 80-68, in their duel for the second semifinal seat in Group II
Group 3
Hong Kong  -  Uzbekistan 75-76 (Chung Ming Tat 17, Sung Fong 15+11reb  -  Sergey Demurin 22+20reb)
Uzbekistan blew a 20-point lead and had to scramble past Hong Kong, 76-75, in ruling Group III of the consolation pool.
Group 4:
Thailand  -  Kuwait 55-77 (- Osama Mubarak 13+9reb+5ast, Haitham Baroun 19+11reb)
Kuwait routed Thailand off the boards and translated it into a 77-55 triumph in Group IV of the consolation pool to level its win-loss mark at 1-1.

   Day 5, July 24, 2001
Group 1:
Lebanon - Taiwan 87-72 (Fadi El Khatib 32, Vogel 18+14reb, Yasser El Hage 12 - Tien Lei led Taiwan 18+5reb, Chou Hong-yu 15+9reb, Wu Chih-wei 12+8reb, Yen Shin-shu 11, Yang Yu-min had 10)
Taiwan's hope of a second consecutive semifinal appearance crushed on July 24, after losing their second straight quarterfinal game to Lebanon 72-87. Looks like they can only finish seventh at best, if they beat India in the classification game. Taiwan NT will meet powerful China in their final quarterfinal game today, which no one thinks they have a chance to win. With a potential 0-3 record in the quarterfinals, Taiwan will have to fight with India for the seventh place. The previous worst finish for Taiwan NT is 6th place in 1985 (Malaysia) and 1997 (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia). Taiwan trailed only by six, 30-36, early in the second quarter before Lebanon scored 12 unanswered points to pull away. Taiwan did not match up well inside and outside and trailed by as many as 21 in the second half.

China - Japan 126-67 (Wang 22+8reb, Yao Ming 13+8reb, Gong Xiao-bin 17, Hu Wei-dong 16, Menk Bateer 12 -)
The Chinese hardly missed the services of Cheng Zhang, who was slapped a two-game suspension for his involvement in the Lebanon-China melee. Dallas Maverick Wang Zhi-zhi had 22 points and 8 rebounds to lead China breeze by Japan, 126-67, with an astonishing 77 % from the field. Wang made all of his four three-point attempts.

Group 2:
Korea - Syria 85-71 (Kim Byung-Chul 19+8reb, Seo Jang-Hoon 6, Choo Seung-Gyun 5 -)
Syria's 11-0 opening run is nothing for the Koreans, because South Korea came back to make 10 of 20 three-point attempts and pounded Syria 85-71. South Korea clinched the first place in Group II and secured their seed in the semifinals. Kim Byong-chul had 19 points and 8 rebounds. Centers Seo Jang-hoon and Kim Joo-sung each had 17 points and pulled down 9 and 8 rebounds respectively.

Qatar - India 85-60 (Yaseen 8 -)

Group 3:
Uzbekistan - Singapore 85-65 (Levin 27, Demurin 27+17reb+3bl  -  Wong Soon Yuh 24)

Group 4:
UAE - Kuwait 80-77 (Ali Khalifa  20+9reb, Abdul Jassem 7+6reb -)

   Day 4, July 23, 2001
Group 1:
Japan  -  Taiwan 69-60 (Goto Masaki 19+10reb -)
Ho Sho-jen (SF, 195cm), one of the four high schoolers on Taiwan NT, flew back to Taiwan after the preliminary round to be with his ill father. Ho's father is said to be in critical condition. Upon knowing the serious illness of Ho's father, Taiwan NT coaching staff decided to let Ho drop out of the championship and head back to Taipei as soon as possible. Ho, the youngest of four children in the family, will not be back in the ABC Championship. He was accompanied by Cheng Chih-lung, who was going back to Taiwan to start his campaign for the legislator election after finishing China's Division II season.

Lebanon  -  China 67-76 (Fadi El Khatib 20, Fahed 10  -  Wang 23+10reb, Weidong 15, Li Nan 10, Liu Dong 10, Yao Ming 10)
The game between China and Lebanon, which China won 87-76,  ended in the biggest brawl in ABC Championship history. In the bench clearing fight that also involved numerous fans, at least three Lebanon players were injured and taken to the hospital. Both teams are waiting for further announcement and punishment from the Asian Basketball Confederation. Emotions ran high in the whole game, in which you can see coaches of both teams screaming at refs and players throwing cheap-shots again and again at each other. With two seconds remaining and the outcome set, the worst thing happened. First-time Chinese NT member Chang Chen threw punches at one of the Lebanon guard and the two began fighting. Immediately players from two teams poured onto the court to join the brawl. Chinese forward Liu Yu-dong also confronted Lebanon center Joe Vogel at the center court. To support their home team, crowds began throwing mineral water bottles and other objects at Lebanese players with no mercy. Within minutes, the whole stadium exploded into a war zone. The most unbelievable thing is, due to the lack of securities, the fight lasted more than 10 minutes. It's said that either Liu Yu-dong or Lee Nan picked up a scissor from team trainer and tried to stab the Lebanese players. Finally both teams finally were taken to the locker room. And the post-game press conference was cancelled. Lebanon head coach Johnny Neumann complained to the media and threatened pulling out of the tournament if the ABC failed to provide 100% security. After the protest from the Lebanese side, ABC president Cheng Man-kee said he will decide the final punishment after the technical committee completed the investigation report.
China's rookie NT member Chang Chen was suspended for two games because of initiating the confrontation between China and Lebanon team in the previous day's competition, the ABC announced on July 24. Lebanon's guard XXX was also "severely reprimanded" by the ABC. However the ABC takes no action on Liu Yu-dong and Lee Nan, both of whom accused stabbing Lebanon players in the confrontation with a scissor. In the bench-clearing brawl, four or five Lebanese players were taken to nearby hospital because of injury. Joe Vogel had seven stitches on his forehead while XXX had five stitches. ABC's announcement was harshly criticized by media from various countries. Observors said ABC president Cheng Man-kee picked the easy road by suspending only Chang Chen because he doesn't want to mix it up with hosting China.
Group 2:
Korea  -  Qatar 89-72 (Seo Jang Hoon 26+16reb, Cho Sung Won 18  -  Yaseen Mahmoud 21+11reb)
South Korea regrouped in the final quarter with timely help from veteran Cho Sung-won and center Seo Jang-hoon to beat Qatar 89-72. Seo had 26 points and 16 rebounds to lead South Korea. KBL MVP Cho Sung-won had 18 points and made several key jumpers in the final quarter to open up the game. South Korea limited Qatar to 30% shooting percentage but was 4-24 from the three-point line. The Koreans also were plagued by their athletic opponents, committing 32 fouls in the game . Qatar's Yaseen Mahmoud scored a game-high 29 points.
Syria  -  India 88-62

Group 3:
Singapore  -  Hong Kong 71-92 (- Leung Kwok Shing 15+10reb)

Group 4:
UAE  -  Thailand 83-64

 

   Day 3, July 22, 2001
Uzbekistan  -  Taiwan 65-79
(-Chiu Chi-yi 15, Yen Shin-shu 9)
Taiwan advances to the quarterfinal
Syria  -  Japan 75-65 (- Masaki Goto 20)
The only upset of the day.
Korea  -  UAE 85-50 (Kim Joo-sung 17, Seo Jang-hoon  14, Cho Sung-won 14 -)
South Korea routed UAE 85-50 and averaged an eye-popping 45-oint winning margin in three preliminaries.
Thailand  -  Qatar 60-80 (- Yaseen Ismail Mahmoud 32)
The first time it appeared in this tournament, Qatar could only finish 16th. Now, after a 10-year-absence, it has returned with aplomb being assured of at least an eighth place finish.
Singapore  -  Lebanon 56-90
Lebanon capitalized on its overwhelming height advantage to drub Singapore and barged into the quarterfinals in Group B.
China - Hong Kong 99-44
223cm C Yao Ming's injury is a concern in the quarterfinal. Yao was taken to the locker room after a minor injury in the game

   Day 2, July 21, 2001
China and South Korea again toyed with their opponents on the second day (July 21) of the 21st ABC Championship and won the respective preliminary group, with China defeating Qatar 87-58 and South Korea hammering Lebanon 97-71. Just after two days of action, the 8-team quarterfinal field is almost set, which says a lot about this year's imbalance among participating teams.
India  -  Uzbekistan 63-61
India shocked Uzbekistan 63-61 by Murli Mohan's baseline jumper with 0.3 seconds remaining. Uzbekistan failed to complete a dramatic comeback, when they rallied from a 20-point deficit with 1:30 left in the third quarter and evened the score at 61 with 7.8 seconds left in the game.
Thailand - Hong Kong 87-92, OT (-Yung Kam-wah 21)
Upsets highlighted the second day although they came in the second-tier of the tournament.
Lebanon  -  Korea 71-97 (Fadi El Khatib  22 - Yang Kyung-Min 23, Seo Jang-Hoon 14, Cho Sang-Hyun 11, Cho Sung Won 11, Kim Joo-Sung 10)
South Korea pounded Lebanon with an unbelievable 16-32 from three-point territory, including a 7 for 9 shooting exhibition - in only 24 minutes --from 193cm F Yang Kyung-min, who scored game-high 23 points
Singapore  -  UAE 60-79
Kuwait  -  Syria 95-107
(- Mohammad Imad 26)
Qatar  -  China 58-87 (Daoud Daoud 14  -  Hu Weidong 31, Lee Xiao-yung  18, Lee Nan 13, Wang 10)
China did not get serious until the second half.

 

   Day 1, July 20, 2001
No surprise, heavily-favored China and South Korea cruised in the first day of the 21st ABC Championship, both defeating their opponents by more than 70 points.
Japan  -  Kuwait 86-78 (Ono 16, Orihara 13, Goto 12, Kita 10, Setsumasa 9, Ishisaka 9, Ito 6, Furuta 6, Okita 2, Shoji 2, Aono 1 - Baroun 20, Mubarak 20, Alsarraf 14, Almutairi 8, Abdulrahman 6, Hasan 4, Salem 4, Alshemari 2, Hussain 0, Alothm)
Japan, suffering from the absence of four star players, managed to beat Kuwait by only 9 points, 86-78.
Hong Kong  -  Qatar 42-72 (Yung 12, Tam 9, Poon 5, Lui 4, Ng 4, Wu 3, Leung 2, Chung 2, Choi 1 - Yaseen 20, Daoud 16, Basher 14, Al Nasr 7, Marzoug 5, Husam 3, Al. Jabri 3, Saeed 2)
Korea  -  Singapore 124-51 (Cho Sang-Hyun 16, Choo Seung-Gyun 15, Seo Jang-Hoon15, Lee Kyu-Sup 15, Yang Kyung-Min 14, Kim Byung-Chul 13, Cho Sung-Won 13, Kim Joo-Sung 7,Kim Byung-Chul 6,  Kim Dong-Won 5, Hwang Sung-In 3, Kim Tae-Wan 2 - Koh M.K. 14, Wong S.Y. 13, Pathman S.M. 9, Goh J.A, 7, Lim Y.S. 3, Goh W.L. 2, Lim C.K. 2, Pang C,H, 1)
Taiwan  -  India 85-55
UAE  -  Lebanon 69-70
(- Vogel 16)
Lebanon also edged UAE in a thriller. UAE almost overcame an 11-point deficit but Fadi Khatib, who scored a game-high 27 points, made two free-throws with 8 second remaining and sealed the victory for Lebanon.
China  -  Thailand 121-46 (Wang 17+7reb, Yao, 16+17reb, Batere 13+11reb, Li Nan 18, Gong Xiaobin 12, Zhang Jinsong 12, Liu Yudong 9 -)
Home team China cruised by Thailand 121-46 with every player contributed.

 

PARTICIPATING TEAMS ROSTERS

China
Wang ZhiZhi 213-C-77
Yao Ming 225-C-80
Hu Weidong 197-G/F-70
Liu Yudong 200-F-70
Zhang Wei-chi 201-F-72
Bateer Meng 210-C-75
Li Xiaoyong 189-G-69
Gong Xiao-bin 202-F-69
Fan Bin 178-G-70
Zhang Jing Song 197-F-73
Zhang Chen 197-F-78
Li Nan 198-F-74
HeadCoach: Wang Fei
Assistant Coach: Zhang Degui
Hong Kong
Heung Chung-Keung 174 G 
Poon Chi-Ho 181 G 
Choi Fong-Yue 202 C
Yung Kam-Wah 187 G
Choy Kam-Wah 190 F
Lui Chor-Wai 183-G-78
Wu Kwok-Fung 177-G-76
Chung Ming-Tat 175-G-78
Ng Wah-Fung 196 C
Sung Fong 212 C
Leung Kwok-Shing 187 G/F
Tam Wai Wai-Yeung 193 F
Coach: Chu Chun-Sang
Assistant Coach: Mak Kam-Fai
India
4 Vinay Kumaryadan 188 F
5 J. Murli 192 F
6 B.J. Jadeja 184 G
7 Mohit Bhandari 186 G
8 Ranjeet Singh 195 C
9 Desraj 189 F
10 Perminder Singh 204 C
11 Austin Almedia 195 C
12 Suresh Ranot 189 G
13 M.S. Sabeer Ahamed 202 C
14 Robinson S. 203 C
15 Sridhar S. 186 G
Coach: Keshav Kumar Chansoria
Assistant Coach: P. Ramar
Japan
Orihara Yuki 192-F-74
Shoji Kazuhiro 191-F-74
Furuta Satoru 199-C/F-71
Kita Takuya 185-G-72
Okita Makoto 176-G-76
Ishizaka Hidekazu 198-F/C-76
Gotoh Masaki 189-G-70
Setsumasa Takahiro 180-G-72
Aono Fumihiko 210-C-78
Ohno Atsushi 197-F-77
Watanabe Takuma G
Ito Syunsuke C/F
Head Coach: Yoshida Kenji
Assistant: Hirose Masaya
Assistant: Brian Goorjian

Korea
Kim Joo Sung 205-C-79
Hwang Sun In 180-G
Kim Dong Woo 200-F-80
Cho Sang Hyun 190-G/F-76
Suh Jang Hoon 207-C-74
Lee Gyu Sup 198-C-73
Choo Seung Gyun 190-F-74
Cho Sung Won 180-G-71
Yang Kyung Min 193-F-72
Kim Byong Chul 185-G-73
Lim Jae Hyun 183-G-77
Kim Tae Wan 202-C-79
Head Coach: Kim Dong-kwang (Samsung)
Assistant: Lee Jae-Ho
Assistant: Park Keun-Yeon

Kuwait
Al-Muttiry Ahmad 188-G
Al-Othman Hamad 183-G
Al-Hajras Salem Humod 186-F
Al-Shamary Eid 190-F
Beroun Haitham 190-F
Al-Hajras Salem Khaled 198-C
Hassan Hussain 178-G
Hassan Sager 181-G
Al-Saraf Abdoula 190-F
Al-Shamaty Hamad 190-F
El Helal Sulamain Abdulrahman 198-C
Al-Farhan Mubarak Osama 188-G
Head Coach: Mohamed Al-Badar
Assistant: Fiasal Bu Resly
Lebanon
Doumiati Walid 179-G-68
el Hajj Yasser 198-F/C-70
Chibani George 178-G-74
Chidiac Abdo 186-G-68
Awarky Ali 194-F-80
Kassouf Elie 196-F/C-77
Moussa Moussa 196-G/F-69
Fahed Rony 183-G-81
Vogel Joe 210-C-73
Boustani Chazi 192-G/F-67
Halley Richard 195-F-77
El Khatib Fadi 197-F-79
Coach: John Neumann
Assistant Coach: Sarkis Korjian
Qatar
Al Nasr Khalid 175-G
Basher Ibrahim 191-F
Al Fahad Khalid 175-G
Daoud Daoud 194-G-82
Saeed Abdulaziz 180-G
Abu Sabbar Marzouq 190-F
Mahmoud Yassen Ismail 203-F-80
Al Jabri Mohd 178-G
Ismail Husam 200-C-82
Ahmd Baker 198-F
Basheer Hashim 208-C-80
Umbadi Abdulla Mohd. 200-F-82
Coach: Rodney Popp
Assistant Coach: Abdulaziz Al. Obaidi
Singapore
Wong Soon Yuh 180-G-78
Patham Matialakan 198-C-79
Koh Meng Koon 186-F-77
Goh Joon Aik 186-F-78
Ang Choon Yong 178-G-74
Lim Yuan Sze 178-G-80
Teo Choon Liang 180-F-78
Goh Wing Leong 180-G
Pang Chin Hong 190-C
Zheng Yong Han 184-F
Lim Chin Kiat 193-C-77
Head Coach: Chen Zheng Hao
Assistant Coach: Lim Loh Huat
Syria
Haddad Hikmat 197-F-78
Hamwi Firas 187-G-72
Saada Mohammed Abou 179-G-70
Younis Talal 193-G/F-76
Radwan Hassaballah 198-F
Kassas Omar 194-F-71
Karkukly Omar G
Imam Mohammed 203-F/C-74
Safadi Ahmad G
Zeidan Khaled 210-C
Madanli Michel G/F
Madani Ousama 210-C-76
Taiwan
Tien Lei 201-F-83
Chiu Chi-yi 182-G-75
Chen Chih-chun 181-G-77
Wu Chi-wei 202-C-76
Chou Hong-yu 195-F-76
Wu Dai-hao 200-C-85
Shan Wei-fan 195-F-78
Lee Chi-yi 200-F-78
Ho Sho-jen 195-F-83
Tsun Wen-din 202-C-84
Yang Yu-min 180-G-79
Yen Shin-shu 182-G-76
Head Coach: Lee Yung-kwang
Assistant: Dong-fang Che-ter
Thailand
Jantharaniyon Pramoch 190-G/F
Rai Dilip 203-C
Tongsawangjang Worrapot 190-F
Francis Angus Watcharin 193-F
Hongsa Jiramut 190-F
Hansuwanpisit Taweesak 190-F
Netsiriswan Apaipong 175-G
Soontreeyapas Chainarong 180-G
Sarthiyakul Piya 180-G
Boonyoung Rerngrit 198-C
Phairotepeeraphais Shongphop 193-C
Popark Boonchuy 190-C
Head Coach: Raongsak Agobol
UAE
Al Sheeba Khalifa 185-F
Ellah Abdullatif Abdul 206-C
Mohammed Youness 185-G
Al Quadum Zayed 185-F
Khalfan Ibrahim 165-G
Mohammed Salem M. 195-F
Abass Ali M. 190-F
Mousa Salem O. 165-G
Abass Ibrahim M. 190-F
Mubarak Hisham S. 190-F
Rashid Abdulla 175-G
Raedha Jasim Abdul 188-G
Coach: Bruce Robert
Assistant Coach: Ali Alawi
Uzbekistan
4 Gorbunov F. 190 G
6 Khabibulin Zinur 207-C
8 Levin Oleg 185-G-63
9 Demurin Sergei 205-C-65
10 Abdurakhmanov Ruslan 205-F-76
11 Shafenkov Mikhail 203-F-74
12 Belokurov V. 200 F
14 Miradilov Batyr 200-G/F
15 Karaulov S. 215 C
Coach: Gavrilov Sergey

   ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY
1. Jan 16 - Jan 28, 1960: Manila, PHI: 1.PHI, 2. TAI, 3.JPN
2. Nov 20 - Dec 3, 1963: Taipei, TPE: 1.PHI, 2. TAI, 3.KOR
3. Nov 28 - Dec 11, 1965: Kuala Lumpur, MAL: 1.JPN, 2.PHI, 3.KOR
4. Sep 21 - Oct 1, 1967: Seoul, KOR: 1.PHI, 2.KOR, 3.JPN
5. Nov 18 - Nov 29, 1969: Bangkok, THA: 1.KOR, 2.JPN, 3.PHI
6. Oct 10 - Oct 19, 1971: Tokyo, JPN: 1.JPN, 2.PHI, 3.KOR
7. Dec 1- Dec 15, 1973: Manila, PHI: 1.PHI, 2.KOR, 3.TAI
8. Nov 15 - Nov 26, 1975: Bangkok, THA: 1.CHN, 2.JPN, 3.KOR
9. Nov 28 - Dec 10, 1977: Kuala Lumpur, MAL: 1.CHN, 2.KOR, 3.JPN
10. Nov 30 - Dec 12, 1979: Nagoya, JPN: 1.CHN, 2.JPN, 3.KOR
11. Nov 10 - Nov 21, 1981: Calcutta, IND: 1.CHN, 2.KOR, 3.JPN
12. Nov 20 - Nov 29, 1983: Hong Kong, HKG: 1.CHN, 2.JPN, 3.KOR
13. Dec 28 - Jan 5, 1986: Kuala Lumpur, MAL: 1.PHI, 2.KOR, 3.CHN
14. Nov 11 - Nov 27, 1987: Bangkok, THA: 1.CHN, 2.KOR, 3.JPN
15. Sep 15 - Sep 24, 1989: Beijing, CHN: 1.CHN, 2.KOR, 3.TAI
16. Aug 22 - Sep 1, 1991: Kobe, JPN: 1.CHN, 2.KOR, 3.JPN
17. Nov 12 - Nov 21, 1993: Jakarta, INA: 1.CHN, 2.PRK, 3.KOR
18. Jun 17 - Jun 26, 1995: Seoul, KOR: 1.CHN, 2.KOR, 3.JPN
19. Sep 11 - Sep 19, 1997: Riyadh, KSA: 1.KOR, 2.JPN, 3.CHN
20. Aug 28 - Sep 5, 1999: Fukuoka, JPN: 1.CHN, 2.KOR, 3.KSA


MEDALS Gold Silver Bronze Total
China 11 - 2 13
Philippines 5 2 1 8
S.Korea 2 11 6 19
Japan 2 4 8 14
Taiwan - 2 2 4
N.Korea - 1 - 1
Saudi Arabia - - 1 1
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