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The Asian Shooting Championships are governed by the Asian Shooting Confederation. Asian Shooting Championships began in 1967. These championships, including almost all ISSF shooting events, are held every four years.

Asian Shooting Championships

  • Junior events first time from 1980.
  • Youth events first time from 2015.
Number Year Venue Individual Events Total Medal Events
1 1967 Japan Tokyo, Japan 9 Senior
2 1971 South Korea Seoul, South Korea 13 Senior
3 1975 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 14 Senior
4 1980 Philippines Manila, Philippines 17 Senior
5 1983 Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia 16 Senior
6 1987 People's Republic of China Beijing, China 20 Senior
7 1991 People's Republic of China Beijing, China 19 Senior
8 1995 Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia 19 Senior
9 2000 Malaysia Langkawi, Malaysia 22 Senior
10 2004 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 24 Senior
11 2007 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait 18 Senior 60
12 2012 Qatar Doha, Qatar 22 Senior 66
13 2015 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait 17 Senior 70
14 2019 Qatar Doha, Qatar 22 Senior 93

Asian Air Gun Shooting Championships

  • Junior events first time from 2005.
  • Youth events first time from 2009 to 2017.
Number Year Venue Individual Events Total Medal Events
1 2005 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand 4 Senior 16
2 2008 People's Republic of China Nanjing, China 4 Senior 16
3 2009 Qatar Doha, Qatar 4 Senior 24
4 2011 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait 4 Senior 24
5 2012 People's Republic of China Nanchang, China 4 Senior 24
6 2013 Iran Tehran, Iran 11 Senior 52
7 2014 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait 4 Senior 24
8 2015 India New Delhi, India 4 Senior 24
9 2016 Iran Tehran, Iran 4 Senior 24
10 2017 Japan Tokyo, Japan 4 Senior 24
11 2018 Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait 4 Senior 20
12 2019 Chinese Taipei Taoyuan, Taiwan 4 Senior 20
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