Which country tops the all time Asian Games medal table?
Hosts China topped the medal table with 199 gold, 119 silver and 98 bronze. A total of 1,577 medals were awarded.
Who won most medal in Asian Games?
Asian Games 2018 Medal Tally
Who topped the medal tally in the 2018 Asian Games?
The 2018 Asian Games concluded with China winning the most number of medals, followed by Japan and South Korea. India finished with their best medal tally of 69 medals, and equaled the record of 15 gold medals they had won in the 1951 Asian Games.
Which Asian country has won most Olympic medals?
With respect to medals, Asia has won 1,848, or 9.8% of the total. The majority of these have gone to the same three countries: China with 595 medals (29.1%); Japan with 482 (23.6%); and South Korea with 316 (15.5%).
Who holds the record for the most medals won by a woman at the Olympics?
Larisa Semyonovna Latynina
The most Olympic medals won by a woman is eighteen by gymnast Larisa Semyonovna Latynina (USSR), nine gold, five silver and four bronze, 1956–64.
How many medals were awarded at the Asian Games 2018?
As a result, a total of 1,552 medals comprising 465 gold medals, 465 silver medals, and 622 bronze medals were awarded to athletes. On 3 September 2018, it was announced that Pürevdorjiin Orkhon of team Mongolia had tested positive for Stanozolol in a urine test conducted on 20 August 2018.
Who are the winners of the Asian Games?
China topped the medal table for the sixth consecutive time in the Asian Games, with 150 gold medals. Athletes from China won the most silver medals (84) and the most medals overall (308). Competitors from the South Korea led the bronze medal count with 84.
When did the Asian Games start and end?
Below is the all time medal table for Summer Asian Games from 1951 to 2018. This does not include the medals won at the Asian Winter Games and other events hosted by the Olympic Council of Asia .
How many athletes participated in the Asian Games?
A total of 3,411 athletes from 33 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) participated in these games, competing in 147 events in 21 sports and 22 disciplines. The number of participating countries was the greatest in Asian Games history.