Cue sports at the Asian Games

Cue sports events have been contested at every Asian Games since 1998 Asian Games in Bangkok.

Contents

Events

Men

Event 98 02 06 10 Years
Three-cushion billiards 4
English billiards Individual 4
English billiards Teams 4
Partie Libre 1
Nine-ball Individual 4
Eight-ball Individual 4
Nine-ball teams 2
Eight-ball teams 1
Snooker Individual 4
Snooker doubles 4
Snooker teams 4

Women

Event 98 02 06 10 Years
Nine-ball Individual 2
Eight-ball Individual 2

Medalists

Men

3 Cushion

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok Japan Akio Shimada Japan Ryuji Umeda South Korea Kim Jung-Kyu
2002 Busan South Korea Hwang Deuk-Hee South Korea Lee Sang-Chun Philippines Reynaldo Grandea
2006 Doha Japan Ryuji Umeda Vietnam Anh Vu Duong South Korea Kim Kyung-Roul
2010 Guangzhou Japan Tsuyoshi Suzuki Japan Joji Kai Vietnam Ly The Vinh
Vietnam Duong Anh Vu

English billiards singles

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok India Ashok Shandilya India Geet Sethi Thailand Praput Chaithanasakun
2002 Busan Thailand Praput Chaithanasakun Myanmar Kyaw Oo India Geet Sethi
2006 Doha India Pankaj Advani India Ashok Shandilya Singapore Peter Gilchrist
2010 Guangzhou India Pankaj Advani Myanmar Nay Thway Oo Singapore Peter Gilchrist
Myanmar Kyaw Oo

English billiards teams

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok India India
Geet Sethi
Ashok Shandilya
Thailand Thailand
Praprut Chaithanasakun
Mongkhon Kanfaklang
India India
Devendra Joshi
Balchandra Bhaskar
2002 Busan Thailand Thailand
Praprut Chaithanasakun
Mongkhon Kanfaklang
India India
Geet Sethi
Alok Kumar
Myanmar Myanmar
Aung San Oo
Kyaw Oo
2006 Doha Thailand Thailand
Praprut Chaithanasakun
Udon Khaimuk
Myanmar Myanmar
Aung San Oo
Kyaw Oo
India India
Geet Sethi
Ashok Shandilya
2010 Guangzhou Not held

Nine ball individual

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok Chinese Taipei Yang Ching-shun Japan Kunihiko Takahashi Chinese Taipei Chao Fong-pang
2002 Busan Chinese Taipei Yang Ching-shun Philippines Warren Kiamco South Korea Jeong Young-Hwa
2006 Doha Philippines Antonio Gabica Philippines Jeffrey de Luna Chinese Taipei Yang Ching-shun
2010 Guangzhou Philippines Dennis Orcollo Philippines Warren Kiamco South Korea Jeong Young-Hwa
Chinese Taipei Ko Pin-yi

Eight ball individual

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok Chinese Taipei Chao Fong-pang Singapore Tan Tiong Boon Philippines Romeo Villanueva
2002 Busan Chinese Taipei Hsia Hui-kai Chinese Taipei Huang Kun-chang Philippines Efren Reyes
2006 Doha Japan Satoshi Kawabata Philippines Antonio Gabica Chinese Taipei Huang Kun-chang
2010 Guangzhou Chinese Taipei Kuo Po-cheng Malaysia Ibrahim Amir Indonesia Irsal Nasution
India Alok Kumar

Snooker individual

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok Pakistan Shaukat Ali Malaysia Sam Chong Hong Kong Kwok Ming Chan
2002 Busan China Ding Junhui Thailand Supoj Saenlah Hong Kong Kwok Ming Chan
2006 Doha China Ding Junhui China Liang Wenbo Thailand Atthasit Mahitthi
2010 Guangzhou Hong Kong Marco Fu China Ding Junhui Thailand Dechawat Poomjaeng
India Aditya Mehta

Snooker doubles

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok Malaysia Malaysia
Ooi Chin Kay
Sam Chong
Thailand Thailand
Noppadon Noppachorn
Phaitoon Phonbun
Pakistan Pakistan
Mohammed Saleh
Shaukat Ali
2002 Busan India India
Rafath Habib
Yasin Reza Merchant
Hong Kong Hong Kong
Chi Wai Au
Marco Fu
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
Lee Kun-fang
Ku Chi-hwei
2006 Busan China China
Ding Junhui
Tian Pengfei
Hong Kong Hong Kong
Chan Wai Ki
Marco Fu
Thailand Thailand
Atthasit Mahitthi
Phaithoon Phonbun
2010 Guangzhou Not held

Snooker teams

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok Hong Kong Hong Kong
Wai Tat Chan
Kwok Ming Chan
Marco Fu
Thailand Thailand
 
 
 
Pakistan Pakistan
 
 
 
2002 Busan Hong Kong Hong Kong
Marco Fu
Fung Kwok Wai
Kwok Ming Chan
China China
Pang Weiguo
Ding Junhui
Jin Long
Pakistan Pakistan
Yousuf Mohammed
Mohammed Saleh
Naveen Perwani
2006 Doha China China
Liang Wenbo
Tian Pengfei
Ding Junhui
Hong Kong Hong Kong
Fung Kwok Wai
Marco Fu
Chan Wai Ki
India India
Aditya Mehta
Yasin Merchant
Rupeseh Shah
2010 Guangzhou China China
Liang Wenbo
Tian Pengfei
Ding Junhui
India India
Brijesh Damani
Aditya Mehta
Yasin Merchant
Pakistan Pakistan
Sohail Shahzad
Shahram Changezi
Imran Shahzad
Thailand Thailand
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Noppadon Noppachorn
Ratchapol Pu-Ob-Orm

Nine ball teams

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok Philippines Philippines
Gandy Valle
Romeo Villanueva
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
Lai Chia-hsiung
Chang Hao-ping
Thailand Thailand
Worawit Suriyasriwan
Anan Terananon
2002 Busan Philippines Philippines
Antonio Lining
Francisco Bustamante
South Korea South Korea
Kim Won-Suk
Jeong Young-Hwa
Kuwait Kuwait
Aref Al-Awadi
Khaled Al-Mutairi

Eight ball teams

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Bangkok Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
Chang Hao-ping
Lai Chia-hsiung
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
Chao Fong-pang
Yang Ching-shun
Japan Japan
Satoshi Kawabata
Kunihiko Takahashi

Partie Libre

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Busan Vietnam Dinh Hoa Tran Vietnam Hoang Anh Duong Japan Nobuaki Kobayashi

Women

Nine ball individual

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
2006 Doha Chinese Taipei Liu Shin-mei Malaysia Esther Kwan Suet Yee China Pan Xiaoting
2010 Guangzhou China Pan Xiaoting Chinese Taipei Chou Chieh-yu Chinese Taipei Lin Yuan-chun
China Fu Xiaofang

Eight ball individual

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
2006 Doha Chinese Taipei Lin Yuan-chun South Korea Kim Ga-Young China Pan Xiaoting
2010 Guangzhou China Liu Shasha South Korea Kim Ga-Young Chinese Taipei Chang Shu-han
Chinese Taipei Chou Chieh-yu

Six-red snooker individual

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
2010 Guangzhou China Chen Siming Chinese Taipei Lai Hui-shan Hong Kong Ng On Yee
China Bi Zhuqing

Six-red snooker teams

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
2010 Guangzhou Hong Kong Hong Kong
Jaique Ip
Ng On Yee
So Man Yan
China China
Chen Xue
Bi Zhuqing
Chen Siming
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
Chan Ya-ting
Lai Hui-shan
Liu Shin-mei
Thailand Thailand
Nicha Pathom-Ekmongkhon
Suweenut Maungin
Maliwan Sangklar

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Chinese Taipei 8 4 9 22
2 China 8 4 4 16
3 India 5 4 6 15
4 Philippines 4 4 3 11
5 Hong Kong 4 4 2 10
6 Japan 4 3 2 9
7 Thailand 3 4 7 14
8 South Korea 1 4 4 9
9 Malaysia 1 3 0 4
10 Vietnam 1 2 2 5
11 Pakistan 1 0 4 5
12 Myanmar 0 3 2 5
13 Singapore 0 1 2 3
14 Indonesia 0 0 1 1
14 Kuwait 0 0 1 1

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