Sailing At The 2008 Asian Beach Games - Medalists - Open

Open

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Laser 4.7 Ni Xiaowen
China (CHN)
Natthawut Paenyaem
Thailand (THA)
Keerati Bualong
Thailand (THA)
Hobie 16 Thailand (THA)
Kitsada Vongtim
Damrongsak Vongtim
Hong Kong (HKG)
Tong Yui Shing
Patrick Lam
Indonesia (INA)
Ario Dipo
Yoseph Udjulawa

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