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  • Les 14es Championnats d'Asie juniors d'athlétisme ont eu lieu du 1er au 4 juillet 2010 à Hanoï, au Viêt Nam.
  • 14. Mistrzostwa Azji Juniorów w Lekkoatletyce – zawody lekkoatletyczne dla sportowców do lat 19 (rocznik 1991 i młodsi), które odbyły się między 1 i 4 lipca 2010 w stolicy Wietnamu Hanoi. Organizatorem imprezy było Azjatyckie Stowarzyszenie Lekkoatletyczne. Wietnam pierwszy raz w historii gościł juniorski czempionat Azji. Najwięcej medali – 26 w tym 13 złotych – zdobyli reprezentanci Chin.Potrójna złota medalistka mistrzostw (bieg na 100 m – 11,85 PB, bieg na 200 m – 23,41 NJR, sztafeta 4 x 100 m – 45,57) reprezentująca Kazachstan Julia Gawriłowa została zdyskwalifowana za doping, przez co straciła zdobyte przez siebie medale, jej koleżankom z reprezentacji odebrano złoty medal zdobyty w sztafecie (skład sztafety Kazachstanu: Aygerim Shynyzbekova, Olga Bludova, Viktoriya Zyabkina, Gawriłowa).
  • The 2010 Asian Junior Athletics Championships was the 14th edition of the international athletics competition for Asian under-20 athletes, organised by the Asian Athletics Association. It took place from 1 to 4 July 2010 at the My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi – the first time the competition was held in Vietnam. A total of 44 events were contested, which were divided equally between male and female athletes. Three championship records were improved over the course of the four-day competition and numerous national junior records were also bettered. The competition, including its opening and closing ceremonies, was broadcast live on Vietnamese carrier VTV3.China was easily the most successful nation, topping the medal tally with thirteen gold medals and 26 medals in total. Kazakhstan initially had the second greatest number of winners, with 5 of their eight medals being gold medals, but positive doping tests later reduced them to eighth in the ranking. Second-placed Japan (with four golds) had a much larger overall haul, taking 22 medals at the competition. Chinese Taipei placed third with four golds and thirteen medals in total, while India had the third highest medal tally, with fourteen medals. Among the 21 nations that won medals in Hanoi, Thailand, Qatar and Bahrain were others to feature prominently on the podiums. The hosts, Vietnam, did not manage to secure a gold medal, but they still finished with a total of five medals.Some athletes used the championships as their final preparation before the 2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics, which was held in Moncton, Canada, later that month. Mutaz Essa Barshim provided one of the event highlights in the men's high jump as he broke the championship record as well setting the Qatari senior record with a clearance of 2.31 m. Another Qatari, Mohamed Al-Garni completed a double in the men's 800 metres and 1500 metres. Thailand's Supachai Chimdee set a championship record in the men's 200 metres and also helped the Thais to victory in both relay events. India's Harminder Singh was the third competition record-breaker, winning the hammer throw in 71.53 metres – also an Indian junior record.Yulia Gavrilova of Kazakhstan initially scored a sprint triple, winning the 100 metres, 200 m and 4×100 metres relay, but at the event she had a positive drug test for the banned substance nandrolone, which saw all of her results at the competition retrospectively annulled. Iraq's Gulustan Mahmood Ieso took the 400 metres and 800 metres. Chinese athlete Gu Siyu was dominant in the women's throws, winning both the shot put and discus competitions. Her compatriot Jiang Shan took 100/200 m silvers and a relay bronze, while Zhang Xiaojun was also twice runner-up (in the 800 and 1500 m). Genzebe Shami led Bahrain's success in the middle- and long-distance track events, winning the 1500 m and taking 3000 metres silver.
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  • Les 14es Championnats d'Asie juniors d'athlétisme ont eu lieu du 1er au 4 juillet 2010 à Hanoï, au Viêt Nam.
  • The 2010 Asian Junior Athletics Championships was the 14th edition of the international athletics competition for Asian under-20 athletes, organised by the Asian Athletics Association. It took place from 1 to 4 July 2010 at the My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi – the first time the competition was held in Vietnam. A total of 44 events were contested, which were divided equally between male and female athletes.
  • 14. Mistrzostwa Azji Juniorów w Lekkoatletyce – zawody lekkoatletyczne dla sportowców do lat 19 (rocznik 1991 i młodsi), które odbyły się między 1 i 4 lipca 2010 w stolicy Wietnamu Hanoi. Organizatorem imprezy było Azjatyckie Stowarzyszenie Lekkoatletyczne. Wietnam pierwszy raz w historii gościł juniorski czempionat Azji.
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  • Mistrzostwa Azji Juniorów w Lekkoatletyce 2010
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