The 25th Asian Junior Individual Championships, which were held at Chennai, India from 26 - 29 September, have attracted the top junior squash players from 11 Asian regions to compete in the eight categories: Boys and Girls, each with Under 19, Under 17, Under 15 and Under 13 four age group.
Pakistan is the big winner of the Boys' Categories of gaining 3 Gold medals in the Boys Under 19, Under 17 and Under 15, while Malaysia and Hong Kong China share the glory of each winning 2 gold medals in the four Girls' categories.
“Congratulations to all the winners and the member nations. I would also like to thank The Squash Rackets Association of India, 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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Results of the 25th Asian Junior Individual Championships 2018
Gold - Abbas Zeb (Pakistan)
Silver - Chung Yat Long (Hong Kong, China)
Bronze - Tushar Shahani (India) / Siow Yee Xian (Malaysia)
Gold - Hari Qasim (Pakistan)
Silver - Muhammad Amir Amirul Bin Azhar (Malaysia)
Bronze - Danial Nurhaqiem Shah Izham (Malaysia) / Nathan Kueh (Malaysia)
Gold - Mohammad Hamza Khan (Pakistan)
Silver - Arnaav Sareen (India)
Bronze - Joachim Chuah (Malaysia) / Andrik Lim (Malaysia)
Gold - Yuvraj Wadhwani (India)
Silver - Anas Ali Shah (Pakistan)
Bronze - Sze Jun Him (Hong Kong, China) / Tam Tsz Shing (Hong Kong, China)
Gold - Chan Yiwen (Malaysia)
Silver - Lai Wen Li (Malaysia)
Bronze - Cheng Nga Ching (Hong Kong, China) / Ooi Kah Yan (Malaysia)
Gold - Chan Sin Yuk (Hong Kong, China)
Silver - Jessica Keng (Malaysia)
Bronze - Fung Ching Hei (Hong Kong, China) / Sanya Vats (India)
Gold - Aira Azman (Malaysia)
Silver - Yee Xin Ying (Malaysia)
Bronze - Tse Yee Lam (Hong Kong, China) / Wong Po Yui (Hong Kong, China)
Gold - Leung Ka Huen (Hong Kong, China)
Silver - Lee Sze Lok (Hong Kong, China)
Bronze - Kaavya Bansal (India) / Tiana Parasrampuria (India)