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Asian Athletics Championships 2023: Full schedule, fixtures, results, live streaming details

Published at :July 13, 2023 at 3:22 AM
Modified at :July 21, 2023 at 10:21 PM
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Ashwathy Rajendran

Tajinder Pal Singh Toor and Jyothi Yarraji will be among the Indian athletes to watch out for.

The upcoming Asian Athletics Championships 2023 will mark the 25th edition of this prestigious event. After a remarkable 50-year hiatus, Thailand will once again welcome athletes from across Asia as the host country. The prestigious Supachalasai National Stadium in Bangkok will be the venue for this championship which will take place from July 12 to 16, 2023.This event will also serve as a qualification stage for athletes hoping to participate at the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary.

Unfortunately, the previous edition in Hangzhou, China which was originally planned for May 2021, had to be called off due to the COVID-19 pandemic making this upcoming championship even more eagerly anticipated.

India has had a good run in the event and emerged as the leading country in the medal standings during the 2017 championships held in Bhubaneswar. P.T. Usha achieved remarkable success in the Asian Championship amassing an unprecedented total of 23 medals including an impressive 14 golds during her impressive tenure from 1983 to 1998.

India's squad for Asian Athletics Championships 2023

After careful evaluation of performances in the Federation Cup 2023 and earlier competitions until June 6, the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) has finalized the Indian team for the Asian Athletics Championships 2023. The Indian team boasts an impressive lineup of 28 men and 26 women. This powerhouse of talent is ready to dominate the competition at the Asian Athletics Championships 2023.

The performances at the National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships in Bhubaneswar from June 15 to 19 were not taken into consideration for the continental event. This was due to the entries already being submitted to the Asian Athletics Association (AAA) on June 11, before the championships took place.

Men: Rajesh Ramesh and Muhammed Ajmal (400m/4x400m relay/4x400m mixed relay), Amoj Jacob (4x400m relay/4x400m mixed relay), Nihal Joel William, and Mijo Chacko Kurian (4x400m relay), Krishan Kumar and Mohammed Afsal (800m), Ajay Kumar Saroj and Jinson Johnson (1500m), Gulveer Singh (5000m/10000m), Abhishek Pal (5000m/10000m), Mohammed Nurhasan and Bal Kishan (3000m steeplechase), Yashas Palaksha and Santhosh Kumar (400m hurdles), Tejaswin Shankar (decathlon), Sarvesh Anil Kushare (high jump), Murali Sreeshankar (long jump), Praveen Chithravel and Abdulla Aboobacker (triple jump), Tajinderpal Singh Toor (shot put), DP Manu (javelin throw), Akshdeep Singh and Vikash Singh (20km race walk)

Women: Jyothi Yarraji (200m/100m hurdles), Nithya Ramraj (100m hurdles), Aishwarya Mishra (400m/4x400m relay/4x400m mixed relay), Chanda and Lavika Sharma (800m), Lili Das (1500m), Ankita (5000m), Parul Chaudhary (5000m/3000m steeplechase), Sanjivani Jadhav (10000m), Priti (3000m steeplechase), Pooja and Rubina Yadav (high jump), Baranica Elangovan (pole vault), Shaili Singh and Ancy Sojan (long jump), Abha Khatua and Manpreet Kaur (shot put), Annu Rani (javelin throw), Swapna Barman (heptathlon), Priyanka and Bhawna Jat (20km race walk), Rezoana Mallick Heena and Jyothika Sri Dandi (4x400m relay/4x400m mixed relay), Jisna Mathew and Subha Venkatesan (4x400)


Men’s Events

  • Sprinting Events: 100m, 200m and 400m
  • Middle-Distance Events: 800m and 1,500m
  • Long-Distance Events: 35 Km Race walk, 20 Km Race walk, 5,000m and 10,000m
  • Hurdles: 110m Hurdles, 400m hurdles and 3,000m steeplechase
  • Field Events: Jumps — long jump, triple jump, high jump and pole vault; Throws — shot put, discus throw, Hammer throw and javelin throw
  • Combined Events: Decathlon

Women’s events

  • Sprinting Events: 100m, 200m and 400m
  • Middle-Distance Events: 800m and 1,500m
  • Long-Distance Events: 35 Km Race walk, 20 Km Race walk, 5,000m and 10,000m
  • Hurdles: 100m hurdles, 400m hurdles and 3,000m steeplechase
  • Field Events: Jumps — long jump, triple jump, high jump and pole vault; Throws — shot put, discus throw, hammer throw and javelin throw
  • Combined Events: Heptathlon

Team Events

  • Men’s – 4 x 100 m relay
  • Women’s – 4 x 100 m relay
  • Men’s – 4 x 400 m relay
  • Women’s – 4 x 400 m relay

Indian athletes to watch out for

Tajinder Pal Singh Toor

Keep an eye out for Indian shot putter Tajinder Pal Singh Toor, an absolute force to be reckoned with! With a glorious gold medal under his belt from the 2018 Asian Games, Toor is undoubtedly one of the top contenders for a podium finish at the upcoming continental meet. During the Federation Cup in Ranchi earlier this year, he shattered records set at the Asian Athletics Championships and Asian Games.

Toor continued to reach new heights as he recently surpassed his own Asian and national records with an astonishing throw of 21.77m at the National Inter-State Championships.

Jyothi Yarraji

Jyothi Yarraji, the record-breaking star in the women's 100m hurdles, is undoubtedly a frontrunner for a medal in the upcoming competition. Despite her young age of 23, she has already made an indelible mark in the world of athletics. Yarraji's stellar season has been adorned with numerous medals earned through outstanding performances in international competitions.

Her recent triumphs are the inter-state championships where she claimed the gold and secured her place in the Asian Athletics Championships with an impressive timing of 12.89 seconds clocked at the Federation Cup 2023.

Murali Sreeshankar

Prepare to witness the extraordinary talents of Murali Sreeshankar and Jeswin Aldrin as they represent India in the fiercely competitive men's long jump event. Sreeshankar, who recently stunned the athletics world with a phenomenal personal best leap of 8.41m at the National Inter-State Championships is set to soar to new heights on the international stage.

Indian athletes who will miss the event

In a significant setback for the country, several prominent Indian athletes have withdrawn from the forthcoming Asian Athletics Championships 2023.

Among them are Praveen Chithravel, the triple jumper, who recorded an impressive three jumps of over 17 meters this year and Rohit Yadav, the javelin thrower who achieved remarkable distances of over 81 meters on three separate occasions this season. Their absence from the championships leaves a notable void in the Indian contingent.

Jeswin Aldrin, who set a remarkable National record of 8.42m during the Indian Open jumps competition in Bellary back in March, made the difficult decision to withdraw from the event. Citing his ongoing recovery from the weakness caused by a previous bout of Covid, Aldrin prioritized his health and well-being.

Quartermilers Muhammed Anas and Anjali Devi will not be able to compete in the Asian Athletics Championships. Due to unforeseen circumstances their entries reached the organizers late resulting in their exclusion from the event.

Two notable athletes who will unfortunately miss the Asian Athletics Championships are Neeraj Chopra and Avinash Sable. Both athletes are currently focusing on their training in preparation for the World Athletics Championships which will take place in August.

Where and how to watch live telecast and live streaming of Asian Athletics Championships 2023 in India?

Unfortunately, the live telecast of event will not be available in India. Fans can catch the live streaming on the Asian Athletics 2023 YouTube channel.

Asian Athletics Championships 2023 schedule and start timings (Only Finals with timings in IST)

July 12 (Wednesday)

  • 3:15 PM: Women’s javelin throw
  • 4:10 PM: Women’s 1500m
  • 4:15 PM: Women’s triple jump
  • 5:10 PM: Women’s 4X100m relay
  • 5:20 PM: Men’s 4X100m relay
  • 5:55 PM: Men’s 10,000m

July 13 (Thursday)

  • 9:30 AM: Men’s hammer throw
  • 3:00 PM: Men’s triple jump
  • 3:10 PM: Women’s high jump
  • 4:00 PM: Women’s hammer throw
  • 4:20 PM: Women’s 100m hurdles
  • 4:30 PM: Men’s 400m
  • 4:40 PM: Women’s 400m
  • 4:50 PM: Men’s 1500m
  • 5:10 PM: Women’s 10,000m
  • 6:10 PM: Men’s 1500m decathlon

July 14 (Friday)

  • 2:30 PM: Men’s shot put
  • 2:40 PM: Women’s pole vault
  • 2:45 PM: Women’s long jump
  • 3:10 PM: Women’s discus throw
  • 3:45 PM: Men’s 3,000m steeplechase
  • 4:00 PM: Women’s 3,000m steeplechase
  • 4:40 PM: Men’s 110m hurdles
  • 5:10 PM: Women’s 100m
  • 5:20 PM: Men’s 100m

July 15 (Saturday)

  • 2:40 PM: Men’s long jump
  • 2:50 PM: Men’s high jump
  • 3:00 PM: Women’s 400m hurdles
  • 3:10 PM: Men’s 400m hurdles
  • 4:00 PM: Men’s discus throw
  • 5:00 PM: 4x400m mixed relay

July 16 (Sunday)

  • 4:30 AM: Women’s 20km race walk
  • 4:30 AM: Men’s 20km race walk
  • 1:30 PM: Men’s pole vault
  • 1:40 PM: Women’s shot put
  • 1:45 PM: Men’s 800m
  • 1:50 PM: Men’s javelin throw
  • 1:55 PM: Women’s 800m
  • 2:05 PM: Women’s 5,000m
  • 2:45 PM: Wen’s 5,000m
  • 3:05 PM: Women’s 200m
  • 3:25 PM: Men’s 200m
  • 3:40 PM: Women’s 4x400m relay
  • 4:05 PM: Men’s 4x400m relay


  • Abhishek Pal won bronze in 10,000m clocking 29:33.26 secs.
  • Jyothi Yarraji won gold medal in women's 100m hurdles with a timing of 13.09 secs. - Report
  • Aishwarya Mishra won brone medal in women's 400m. She clocked 53.07 secs.
  • Ajay Kumar Saroj won gold medal in men's 1500m with a timing of 3:41.51 secs. - Report
  • Abdulla Aboobacker won gold medal in men's Triple Jump with a best leap of 16.92m. - Report
  • Tejaswin Shankar won bronze medal in men's Decathlon with a total of 7527 points. - Report
  • Tajinderpal Singh Toor won gold medal in men's Shotput with a 20.23m throw. - Report
  • Parul Chaudhary won gold medal in women's 3000m Steeplechase event with a timing of 9:38.76. - Report
  • Shaili Singh won silver medal in women's Long Jump with a best leap of 6.54m. - Report
  • Santosh Kumar won bronze medal in men's 400m hurdles with PB timing of 49.09s.
  • Sarvesh Kushare won silver medal in Men's High Jump with a best attempt of 2.26m.
  • Murali Sreeshankar won silver in Men Long Jump with 8.37m jump. - Report
  • Swapna Barman won silver medal in Heptathlon with a total of 5840 points. - Report
  • India's 4x400m mixed relay team (Rajesh Ramesh, Aishwarya Mishra, Amoj Jacob, Subha Venkatesan won gold medal with a NR timing of 3:14.70. - Report
  • Priyanka Goswami won silver in women's 20km Walk with an impressive timing of 1:34:24
  • Vikash Singh won bronze medal in men's 20km Race Walk, clocking 1:29:32
  • Krishan Kumar won silver in Men's 800m with a with a Personal Best timing of 1:45.88.
  • KM Chanda won silver in women's 800m with a timing of 2:1.58secs
  • Parul Chaudhary won silver in women's 5000m by clocking 15:52.35
  • Ankita won bronze medal in women's 5000m with a timing of 16:03.33
  • Abha Khatua won silver in Women's Shot put with a throw of 18.06m
  • Manpreet Kaur won bronze medal with a throw of 17m in Women's Shot put
  • Manu DP won silver medal in men's Javelin Throw with a throw of 81.01m
  • Gulveer Singh won bronze medal in Men's 5000m as he clocks 13:48.433 secs
  • Jyothi Yarraji won silver medal in women's 200m with a timing of 23.13 secs
  • Indian women's 4x400m relay team won bronze medal with a timing of 3?33.7 secs