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Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Taiwan finished third in the men's badminton event at the Asian Games on Monday, winning the country's first ever medal in that category at the Games.
Monday, September 22, 2014
China's five-time Olympic gold medalist Zou Kai laid down an early marker in the Asian Games men's gymnastics event on Sunday with two world-class displays on floor and high bar.
The Asian Games' symbolic flame went out before the first day of competition had even ended, red-faced organizers admitted Sunday.
Korean schoolboy outguns Olympic champion
Shy teenager Kim Cheong-yong beat the Olympic and world champion to individual gold as South Korea swept the men's 10-meter air pistol titles at the Asian Games Sunday.
Asia's Olympic boss apologized Sunday over sexual harassment cases at the Asian Games but said there must be an understanding of “different traditions” and highlighted the small number of incidents involved.
Asia's Olympic boss Sunday said niche events like kabaddi, sepak takraw and wushu would remain in the Asian Games despite pressure to reduce the number of sports.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Indonesia was formally named the host country for the 2018 Asian Games on Saturday, filling the void created when Vietnam relinquished its hosting rights over financial concerns.
China, India take Koreans by surprise, earn shooting glory
Unheralded Zhang Mengyuan stung hosts South Korea Saturday as China grabbed three of the four shooting golds and India's Jitu Rai won the other on day one of the Asian Games.
South Korean men zoom  ahead to get cycling gold
There were jubilant scenes in the Incheon velodrome Saturday as South Korea beat China to gold in the Asian Games men's cycling team sprint.
China's Bond girls bring home synchro gold
Pistols drawn as if mirroring regional military tensions, China's synchronized swimmers stormed to Asian Games gold in the duet competition on Saturday to the sound of a ticking bomb.
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