The 26th Asian Junior Individual Championships, which were held at Macau, China from 26 - 30 June, have come to a successful conclusion on Sunday.
Malaysia is the big winner of gaining 5 Gold medals in the Boys Under 17, Under 13 and Girls Under 19, Under 15 and Under 13. Other regions who share their glory include Hong Kong China, India and Pakistan who won the Girls Under 17, Boys Under 19 and Boys Under 15 respectively.
“Congratulations to all the winners and the member nations. I would also like to thank Macau Squash Association, who made the Championships all the success and a wonderful memory for all the participants. Thanks should also be extended to all the officials, referees and the parents,” said Mr. David Mui MH, JP, the ASF’s President.
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Top: ASF's Officers, the Championships Officials and all the winners.
Bottom: Mr. David Mui MH JP, the ASF's President (right) receives a souvenir from Mr. William Kuan, Chairman of the Championships Organising Committee.
Photos credit to Macau Squash Association.
Results of the 26th Asian Junior Individual Championships 2019
Gold - Veer Chotrani (India)
Silver - Yash Fadte (India)
Bronze - Haris Qasim (Pakistan) / Hamza Sharif (Pakistan)
Gold - Nathan Kueh (Malaysia)
Silver - Neel Joshi (India)
Bronze - Ameeshenraj Chandaran (Malaysia) / Duncan Lee (Malaysia)
Gold - Mohammad Hamza Khan (Pakistan)
Silver - Joachim Chuah (Malaysia)
Bronze - Tse Jat (Hong Kong, China) / Paarth Ambani (India)
Gold - Wong Lee Hong (Malaysia)
Silver - Christopher M Buraga (Philippines)
Bronze - Wong Wing Kuen (Hong Kong, China) / Low Wa Sern (Malaysia)
Gold - Chan Yiwen (Malaysia)
Silver - Aifa Azman (Malaysia)
Bronze - Sanya Vats (India) / Ooi Kah Yan (Malaysia)
Gold - Chan Sin Yuk (Hong Kong, China)
Silver - Yee Xin Ying (Malaysia)
Bronze - Wong Po Yui (Hong Kong, China) / Jessica Keng (Malaysia)
Gold - Aira Azman (Malaysia)
Silver - Yuvna Gupta (India)
Bronze - Tam Cho Nga (Hong Kong, China) / Tse Yee Lam (Hong Kong, China)
Gold - Anrie Goh (Malaysia)
Silver - Ena Kwong (Hong Kong, China)
Bronze - Anahat Singh (India) / Doyce Lee (Malaysia)