|Kazakhstan at the|
|NOC||National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan|
| Medals |
|Asian Games appearances (overview)|
Kazakhstan first competed at the Asian Games in 1994.
|2018 Jakarta & Palembang||9||15||17||44||76|
|2022 Hangzhou||Future event|
|2026 Nagoya||Future event|
|2030 Doha||Future event|
|2034 Riyadh||Future event|
|2011 Astana & Almaty||1||32||21||17||70|
|2017 Sapporo & Obihiro||4||9||11||12||32|
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