India signed off with 57 medals -- 11 gold, 10 silver and 36 bronze. The tally dipped considerably compared to the 2010 edition in Guangzhou, China.
In 2010, the country had ended sixth with 65 medals – 14 gold, 17 silver and 34 bronze.
As expected China ended their campaign on top claiming a whopping 342 medals. The Chinese contingent walked away with 151 gold, 108 silver and 83 bronze medals.
Hosts South Korea finished a distant second with 234 medals -- 79 gold, 71 silver and 77 bronze. They were followed by the Japanese, who notched up 200 medals, including 47 gold, 76 silver and 77 bronze.
Thus, the line-up of top-three remained the same as the previous edition.

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