Brunei at the 2010 Asian Games

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Brunei at the
2010 Asian Games
Flag of Brunei.svg
IOC code BRU
NOC Brunei Darussalam National Olympic Council
Website www.bruneiolympic.org  (in English)
in Guangzhou
Competitors9 in 5 sports
Asian Games appearances (overview)

Brunei Darussalam will participate in the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China on 12–27 November 2010.

Contents

Cue Sports

Men

EventAthleteFirst roundRound of 32Round of 16QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
8-ball Pool Singles Prince Muhtadee Billah Flag of Indonesia.svg  Irsal Afrinneza Nasution  (INA)
L 0-7
Did not advance
9-ball Pool Singles Prince Muhtadee Billah BYEFlag of Japan.svg  Masaaki Tanaka  (JPN)
L 0-9
Did not advance

Equestrian

Jumping

Individual
AthleteHorseEventQualifier 1stQualifier 2ndQualifier TotalFinalJump-off
Round ARound BTotal A + B
PenaltiesRankPenaltiesRankPenaltiesRankPenaltiesRankPenaltiesRankPenaltiesRankPenaltiesTimeRank
Pg Mohd Nasir Jaafar Rudolf Z Individual 6.0022nd6.0018th12.0020th9.0016th4.005th13.0011th

Fencing

Men

EventAthleteRound of PoulesRound of 32Round of 16QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
ResultSeedOpposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Mohd. Yunos Individual sabre 1 V - 4 D16th QFlag of Kuwait.svg  KMHS Alshamalan  (KUW)
W15-7
Flag of South Korea (1997-2011).svg  Bon Gil Gu  (KOR)
L 6-15
Did not advance

Karate

Men

AthleteEventRound of 32Round of 16QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Muhammad Fidaiy Haji Sanif Men's −60 kg Flag of Nepal.svg  Binod Maharjan  (NEP)
L PTS 0-3
Did not advance
Muhammad Fadillah Haji Sanif Men's −67 kg BYEFlag of Syria.svg  Karem Othman  (SYR)
L PTS 1-2
Did not advance
Mainudin HJ Mohamad Men's −75 kg BYEFlag of Japan.svg  Ko Matsuhisa  (JPN)
W HAS 4-0
Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Ka Wai Lee  (HKG)
LKIK 0-0
Did not advance
Mohammad Jamil HJ Abd Hamid Men's −84 kg BYEFlag of Malaysia.svg  Mohd Hatta Mahamut  (MAS)
L PTS 1-9
Did not advance

Wushu

Women

Changquan

AthleteEventChangquanTotal
ResultRankResultRank
Ying Shi Lee Changquan 7.7211th7.7211th

Nanquan\Nandao

AthleteEventNanquanNandaoTotal
ResultRankResultRankResultRank
Faustina woo wai sii Nanquan\Nangun All-Round 8.309th7.609th15.909th

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