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Saturday, October 4, 2014
Indian boxer facing action over medal snub
Indian woman boxer Sarita Devi has made an “unconditional” apology for her Asian Games medal ceremony protest against judging when she refused her bronze, the international governing body said Friday.
South Korea floor North for tear-jerking gold
Hosts South Korea overcame North Korea 1-0 with virtually the last kick of extra time to win a cliff-hanging Asian Games men's soccer final on Thursday.
Spaniard Joaquim Rodriguez saddles up aiming for a third consecutive title at a revamped Tour of Lombardy on Sunday as newly-crowned world champion Michal Kwiatkowski shows off his newly-acquired rainbow stripes.
As the 2014 Incheon Asian Games approaches its conclusion today at 6 p.m., the performance of Chinese Taipei was last tallied at nine gold medals, with Taiwan ranking 12th among competing nations.
Friday, October 3, 2014
Taiwanese tennis player Chan Yung-jan (詹詠然) and her younger sister Chan Hao-ching (詹皓晴) have received more than NT$10 million (US$328,787) in cash rewards in Taiwan after bagging five medals in the Asian Games in South Korea.
Taiwan wins 10 more medals at Asian Games
The Chinese Taipei team yesterday took home 10 more medals for Taiwan at the 17th Asian Games at the 2014 Asian Games (2014年亞洲運動會中華台北代表團), winning six more silver medals and four more bronze medals in five different events.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
When Taiwan's budding taekwondo star Lin Wan-ting made her international debut at the East Asian Games in October 2013, her sights were already set on winning a gold medal at the 2014 Asian Games in South Korea.
Silver for Taiwan's taekwondo star Lin Wan-ting at the Asian Games
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Asian Games organizers on Tuesday expelled Malaysia's wushu gold medal-winner Tai Cheau Xuen after she became the third doping failure of the giant event.
Kabaddi proves a knockout hit in Incheon
An ancient contact sport rooted in Indian mythology and said to date back 5,000 years, “kabaddi” is proving a knockout at the Asian Games as its popularity spreads.
Japan has protested to Asian Games organizers in South Korea after the image of a Korean hero who assassinated a senior Japanese official a century ago was shown in a stadium, officials said Tuesday.
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