The Asian Games judo competition will be partially broadcast on the Olympic Channel next week with all individual medal contests from Jakarta, Indonesia, being streamed live and free.

The four-day judo competition runs from 29 August to 1 September and features 230 judoka from 33 nations including Olympic and world champions.

Streaming will only be available to Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa and non-Spanish speaking American countries. The mixed team event will not be broadcast on the Olympic Channel.

Olympic champion Ono Shohei (JPN) will compete at the Asian Games

Japan’s team includes Olympic champions Ono Shohei (-73kg) and Baker Mashu (-90kg) along with Olympic bronze medallist and former world champion Kondo Ami (-48kg) as the All Japan Judo Federation have picked a 14-strong team specifically for the Asian Games.

South Korea's An Changrim (blue judogi) will fight at the Asian Games and in Baku

South Korea have picked a 14-strong team with nine of them also receiving the nod for the World Championships next month. The men’s team of former junior world silver medallist Lee Harim (-60kg), Olympic silver medallist An Baul (-66kg), double world bronze medallist An Changrim (-73kg), Paris Grand Slam silver medallist Lee Seungsu (-81kg), Olympic bronze medallist and former world champion Gwak Donghan (-90kg), Tokyo Grand Slam winner Cho Guham (-100kg) and former world bronze medallist Kim Sungmin (+100kg) will pull double duty as they go for gold at the Asian Games and the World Championships in back-to-back events.

South Korea's Olympic silver medallist Jeong Bokyeong (-48kg) will be among the favourites in Jakarta

In contrast to their male counterparts Olympic silver medallist Jeong Bokyeong (-48kg), two-time World Judo Masters medallist Kim Jandi (-57kg) and former world bronze medallist Kim Seongyeon (-70kg) will only compete in Jakarta.

World champion Dorjsuren Sumiya (MGL) will head for Baku to defend her title after the Asian Games

Mongolia have sent an 18-strong team to the Asian Games including world champion Dorjsuren Sumiya (57kg), former world champion Munkhbat Urantsetseg (-48kg) and former world silver medallist Dashdavaa Amartuvshin (-60kg).

-81kg stars Mollaei (white judogi) of Iran and Japan's Sasaki Takeshi could renew their rivalry in Indonesia

Iran call on world number one Saeid Mollaei (-81kg) and 10-time Grand Prix medallist Javad Mahjoub (+100kg) while Uzbekistan will hand a start to Olympic and world bronze medallist Diyorbek Urozboev (-60kg).

Kazakhstan's Galbadrakh (white judogi) could star on day one

Kazakhstan have picked 15 judoka including former world champion Yeldos Smetov (-60kg) and Olympic and world bronze medallist Otgontsetseg Galbadrakh (-48kg).

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Watch the judo medal contests at the

Olympic Channel coverage schedule: Wednesday 29th of August (UTC)

Olympic Channel 2 09:00 – 11:00: Judo Finals

Thursday 30th of August (UTC)

Olympic Channel 2 09:00 – 11:00: Judo Finals

Friday 31st of August (UTC)

Olympic Channel 2 09:00 – 11:00: Judo Finals

Excluded Territories

Asia: Afghanistan Bahrain Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Darussalam Cambodia China, People Republic of Korea, Democratic People's Republic of Hong Kong, China India Indonesia Iraq Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Korea, Republic of Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People's Democratic Republic Lebanon Macau, China Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Oman Pakistan Palestine Philippines Qatar Saudi Arabia Singapore Sri Lanka Syrian Arab Republic Iran, Islamic Republic of Chinese Taipei Tajikistan Thailand Timor-Leste Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan Vietnam Yemen

Oceania: American Samoa Australia Cook Islands Federal States of Micronesia Fiji Guam Kiribati Republic of the Marshall Islands Nauru New Zealand Palau Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands Samoa Tonga Tuvalu Vanuatu North Africa: Algeria Djibouti Jordan Libya Morocco Sudan

Latin America: Argentina Chile Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Venezuela Chad Egypt Lebanon Mauritania Somalia Tunisia Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Uruguay

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