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East Asian Judo Championships

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East Asian Judo Championships

East Asian Judo Championships is the Judo Union of Asia.

The tournament began in 2006 and was held every years, except in the years when the East Asian Games have been held.

List Tournaments

Year Date competition City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Report
2006 2 to 3 September Ulan Bator, Mongolia National Wrestling Hall 8[1] Result
2007 30 to 31 October Shenzhen, China Luohu Gymnasium 8[2] Result
2008 20 to 21 September Taipei, Chinese Taipei Taiwan Police College Result
2010 19 to 20 June Macau, China Tap Seac Multi-sports Pavilion Result
2011 25 to 26 June Hong Kong, China Ma On Shan Sports Centre Result
2012 19 to 20 May Gochang, South Korea Result
2013 China Result
2014 9 to 10 May Ulan-Bator, Mongolia Result

All-time medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total


  1. ^ Japan, South Korea, China, Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and North Korea
  2. ^ Japan, South Korea, China, Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and Guam

External links

  • Judo Union of Asia
  • East Asian Games Gochang - Event
  • East Asian Games 2013, Event Medals-Judo
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