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Asian Gymnastics Championships

The Asian Gymnastic Union (AGU) organizes Asian Gymnastics Championships for each of the FIG gymnastic disciplines: men's and women's artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, aerobic gymnastics and trampoline gymnastics. This article lists only the senior editions of the Asian Gymnastics Championships, in which competitors must be over 16 years of age. Specific editions of the Asian Championships also exist for junior athletes; for example, the first edition of the Junior Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships was held in 1971, but the first senior edition of the tournament was only held in 1996.[1] Similarly, Junior Asian Trampoline Championships were held in 2010 and 2012, but only in 2014 the Asian Gymnastics Union held a senior tournament in conjunction with the junior championships for the first time.[2]

Artistic

Edition Year Venue Date Ref.
1 1996 China Changsha, China September 1996 [1]
2 2003 China Guangzhou, China November 22–25, 2003 [1]
3 2006 India Surat, India July 30–August 3, 2006 [1]
4 2008 Qatar Doha, Qatar November 15–18, 2008 [1]
5 2012 China Putian, China November 11–14, 2012
6 2015 Japan Hiroshima, Japan July 31–August 2, 2015
7 2017 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand May 18–21, 2017
8 2019 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia June 19–22, 2019

All-time medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)704121132
2 Japan (JPN)21242267
3 North Korea (PRK)9161540
4 Kazakhstan (KAZ)63514
5 South Korea (KOR)4122036
6 Chinese Taipei (TPE)34815
7 Vietnam (VIE)2158
8 Hong Kong (HKG)1416
9 Jordan (JOR)1012
10 Uzbekistan (UZB)0325
11 Iran (IRI)0145
12 Indonesia (INA)0101
13 India (IND)0033
14 Yemen (YEM)0022
15 Singapore (SIN)0011
 Syria (SYR)0011
 Thailand (THA)0011
Totals (17 nations)117110112339

Rhythmic

Edition Year Venue Date Ref.
1 1996 China Changsha, China September 1996 [1]
2 2004 China Yangzhou, China June 10–13, 2004 [1]
3 2006 India Surat, India July 30–August 3, 2006 [1]
4 2009 Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan October 15–18, 2009
5 2011 Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan June 15–17, 2011
6 2013 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan June 5–8, 2013
7 2015 South Korea Jecheon, South Korea June 10–13, 2015
8 2016 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan May 8–10, 2016
9 2017 Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan June 24–26, 2017
10 2018 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia April 29–May 2, 2018 [3]
11 2019 Thailand Pattaya, Thailand June 20–23, 2019 [3]

Trampoline

Edition Year Venue Date Ref.
1 2014 Japan Chiba, Japan June 2–4, 2014
2 2018 Philippines Makati, Philippines May 19–20, 2018 [3]

Acrobatic

Edition Year Venue Date Ref.
1 1992 Hong Kong Hong Kong December 11–13, 1992 [4][5]
2 1994 China Shenzhen, China April 1994 [4][5]
3 1996 Japan Kawasaki, Japan December 1996 [4][6]
4 1998 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan June 1998 [4][7][8]
5 2000 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan September 2000 [4][9]
6 2007 Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan July 4–9, 2007 [10][11][12]
7 2010 Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan May 27–29, 2010 [13]
8 2013 Kazakhstan Pavlodar, Kazakhstan April 27–29, 2013
9 2015 China Linan, China September 17–19, 2015
10 2017 Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan September 17–19, 2017
11 2019 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan October 10–12, 2019 [14]

Aerobic

Edition Year Venue Date Ref.
1 2009 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand March 27–29, 2009
2 2010 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam December 16–18, 2010
3 2012 Indonesia Palembang, Indonesia October 18–19, 2012
4 2014 South Korea Hoengseong, South Korea November 19–21, 2014
5 2015 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam December 11–13, 2015
6 2017 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia September 13–18, 2017

Asian Cup

Since 2018, the Asian Gymnastics Union organizes Asian Gymnastics Cups in gymnastics. Similar events have been organized in different continents, such as the Americas and Europe.

Event Year Location Date Ref.
1st Aerobic Gymnastics Asian Cup 2018 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia September 13–16, 2018 [3]
1st Rhythmic Gymnastics Asian Cup 2018 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia October 25–28, 2018 [3]
1st Junior Artistic Gymnastics Asian Cup 2019 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia June 12–15, 2019 [3]

See also

References

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  3. ^ a b c d e f "AGU Events 2018-2020". Archived from the original on 2012-11-02. Retrieved 2012-11-15.
  4. ^ a b c d e "Hangzhou - Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships (in Chinese)". Archived from the original on 2017-12-12. Retrieved 2017-05-22.
  5. ^ a b "Previous Asian Championships (in Chinese)". Archived from the original on 2017-03-22. Retrieved 2017-05-22.
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  8. ^ Infobase (in Chinese)
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  10. ^ Suhrid Sports
  11. ^ "2007 Asian Championships (in Kazakh)". Archived from the original on 2017-12-12. Retrieved 2017-05-22.
  12. ^ Sports Bureau of Zhejiang Province (in Chinese)[permanent dead link]
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  14. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2019-07-16. Retrieved 2019-07-16.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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