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Champions History
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Aik Shakhnazaryan
(Armenia)
Danilo Creati
(Australia)
Eric Pen
(Cambodia)
Rivan Cesaire
(Cameroon)
Jun Zhao
(China)
Li Liu
(China)
Shichao Gao
(China)
Ge-An Ma
(China)
Cheng Su
(China)
Jianzheng Wang
(China)
Ainiwaer Yilixiati
(China)
Baishanbo Nasiyiwula
(China)
Xian-Qian Wei
(China)
Zulipikaer Maimaitiali
(China)
Xing-Xin Yang
(China)
Xinghua Wang
(China)
Wulan Tuolehazi
(China)
Deiner Berrio
(Colombia)
Brijesh Meena
(India)
Andika D'Golden Boy
(Indonesia)
James Mokoginta
(Indonesia)
Ruben Manakane
(Indonesia)
Felmi Sumaehe
(Indonesia)
Yosmar Kefi
(Indonesia)
Daisuke Sugita
(Japan)
Yusuke Konno
(Japan)
Masaaki Kurishima
(Japan)
Mugicha Nakagawa
(Japan)
Shione Ogata
(Japan)
Daulet Daukenov
(Kazakhstan)
Yedil Kozhamberdiyev
(Kazakhstan)
Aidos Yerbossynuly
(Kazakhstan)
Issa Akberbayev
(Kazakhstan)
In-Duck Seo
(Korea, Republic Of)
Min Jang
(Korea, Republic Of)
Woo-Hyun Kim
(Korea, Republic Of)
Hwang-Kil Kim
(Korea, Republic Of)
Hyun-Min Yang
(Korea, Republic Of)
Ye-Joon Kim
(Korea, Republic Of)
Woo-Min Won
(Korea, Republic Of)
Ma-Roo Jung
(Korea, Republic Of)
Nam-Joon Lee
(Korea, Republic Of)
Akzhol Sulaimanbek Uulu
(Kyrgyzstan)
Muhamad Farkhan
(Malaysia)
Adli Hafidz
(Malaysia)
Jeny Boy Boca
(Philippines)
Adrian Lerasan
(Philippines)
Mark Vicelles
(Philippines)
Alphoe Dagayloan
(Philippines)
ArAr Andales
(Philippines)
Romero Duno
(Philippines)
Carl Jammes Martin
(Philippines)
Cris Paulino
(Philippines)
Carlo Caesar Penalosa
(Philippines)
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