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2019 Asian Open Medal Table

The 2019 IMMAF – WMMAA Asian Open Championships took place from 1-4 May in Bangkok, Thailand.

The second installment of the continental championship, following it’s 2017 inception in Singapore, saw the nation of Kazakhstan excelled to solidify an overwhelming lead at the summit of the medal table, via the likes of retaining champion Olzhas Moldagaliyev and 2018 world championships gold medalist, Bagdat Zhubanysh

Not far behind was the Kingdom of Brahrain in second place, pairing with Kazakhstan as the event’s clear breakaway nations, while China and Malaysia each scored historic first gold medals, shining in the women’s divisions with impressive newcomers to the IMMAF – WMMAA platform.

In Addition, Australia’s Alish Smith secured her second continental open gold of 2019, continuing her finest run of form to date on the international platform, now an Asian Open and Oceania Open gold medal winner.

From the nations who competed in Bangkok, representatives of 6 countries battled their way to the podium. See below for medal table, results and medalists by division available HERE.

1.
KAZAKHSTAN 
Gold: 7
 
Ayan Tursyn – Women’s Atomweight
Talshyn Zhumatayeva – Women’s Lightweight
Bagdat Zhubanysh – Men’s Strawweight 
Olzhas Moldagaliyev – Men’s Bantamweight  
Anatoliy Zolotykh – Men’s Featherweight  
Aidyn Tolepbayev – Men’s Welterweight
Madi Dosmukhametov – Men’s Middleweight
Silver: 9
Ukilay Akhmetualikyzy – Women’s Atomweight 
Nurzhamal Sadykova – Women’s Strawweight
Antonina Kotlyarevskaya – Women’s Lightweight
Yerulan Kabdulov – Men’s Strawweight
Adilkhan Ayazbayev Men’s Flyweight 
Dastan Amangeldy – Men’s Bantamweight  
Elaman Shalkimbekov – Men’s Featherweight  
Neimat Assado – Men’s Lightweight  
Serik Abirov – Men’s Light-Heavyweight 
Bronze: 6
Darkhan Umirbekov – Men’s Flyweight 
Mazhit Sardarov – Men’s Lightweight
Abdulrahman Alhasan – Men’s Middleweight
Alexander Val – Men’s Middleweight
Alexandr Dya – Men’s Heavyweight  
Eldar Kudarov – Men’s Heavyweight 

2.
BAHRAIN
Gold: 5

Mansur Magomedov – Men’s Flyweight 
Shamil Gimbatov – Men’s Lightweight
Magomed Gadzhiiasulov – Men’s Light-Heavyweight
Shamil Gaziev – Men’s Heavyweight  
Pasha Kharkhachaev – Men’s Super-Heavyweight
Silver: 1
Ramazan Gitinov – Men’s Middleweight
Bronze: 6
Isa Aldoy – Men’s Strawweight 
Mohamed Almuamari – Men’s Flyweight  
Magomed Idrisov – Men’s Bantamweight 
Ali Yaqoob – Men’s Bantamweight 
Yousif Sayyar – Men’s Lightweight
Abbas Khan – Men’s Welterweight 

3.
CHINA
Gold:
 1
Guangmei Han – Women’s Bantamweight 
Silver: 1
Huihua Ni – Women’s Flyweight 
Bronze: 1
Yungfeng Li – Men’s Featherweight

4.
MALAYSIA 
Gold: 1
 
Colleen Augustin – Women’s Strawweight  
Bronze: 1
Brandon Tang – Men’s Strawweight

4.
AUSTRALIA 
Gold:
 1
Alish Smith – Women’s Flyweight 
Bronze: 1
Cody Barnwell – Men’s Welterweight

5.
NEW ZEALAND
Silver: 1

Talor Wetere – Men’s Welterweight

5.
LEBANON
Silver: 1

Bachir Ricardo – Men’s Heavyweight6.
THAILAND
Bronze: 1

Sarul Rosruen – Men’s Featherweight