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Mary Kom in final, Sarita Devi robbed of win at Asian <strong>Games</strong>

Mary Kom in final, Sarita Devi robbed of win at Asian Games

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: Controversy hit the Asian Games boxing competition after India's L Sarita Devi (60kg) had to settle for a bronze medal despite dominating her semifinal bout even as M C Mary Kom (51kg) continued her winning run to enter the summit clash of the mega-event here on Tuesday.

Sarita Devi,   women boxing,   India,   South Korea,   MC Mary Kom,   boxing bout,   judges,   Asian Games,  
Greco-Roman grapplers disappoint after freestyle success

Greco-Roman grapplers disappoint after freestyle success

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: After a fine performance by India in the freestyle category, the Greco-Roman grapplers did not have the kind of start they would have liked as all three wrestlers fighting on the day failed to finish on the podium in the Asian Games here on Tuesday.

freestyle wrestling,   Greco-Roman grapplers,   Asian Games,  
Vikas Gowda hits Hadadi hurdle, settles for silver

Vikas Gowda hits Hadadi hurdle, settles for silver

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: Vikas Gowda lost out to his old nemesis and defending champion Ehsan Hadadi of Iran once again as he settled for a silver in men's discus throw event in the Asian Games here on Tuesday.

Vikas Gowda,   Ehsan Hadadi,   men's discus throw,   Asian Games,  
India beat Korea to enter Asiad hockey final after 12 years

India beat Korea to enter Asiad hockey final after 12 years

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: Akashdeep Singh scored a fabulous field goal to guide India men's hockey team into the finals of the Asian Games after a gap of 12 years with a 1-0 win over hosts South Korea at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium here on Tuesday.

Akashdeep Singh,   India men's hockey team,   Asian Games,   Seonhak Hockey Stadium,  
Yogeshwar's semifinal bout at Asiad best ever I have seen: Sushil

Yogeshwar's semifinal bout at Asiad best ever I have seen: Sushil

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: They both are champions in their own right and no wonder Sushil Kumar was absolutely ecstatic in the manner his close friend Yogeshwar Dutt clinched the first gold medal for India in Asian Games wrestling in 28 years.

Yogeshwar Dutt,   Sushil Kumar,   Asiad,   boxing,   Indian boxing,   Asian Games,   Incheon,  
Indian boxing contingent files protest against Sarita's loss

Indian boxing contingent files protest against Sarita's loss

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: An outraged Indian boxing contingent on Tuesday lodged a protest and demanded a review of L Sarita Devi's semifinal bout in the Asian Games after the veteran was adjudged to have lost despite a dominating performance against home favourite Jina Park.

Sarita Devi,   boxing,   Asian Games,   complaint,   Indian boxing contingent,   protest,   referee,   Mary Kom,  
Sailor Dutta's show is why we objected to 'no-cost': SAI

Sailor Dutta's show is why we objected to 'no-cost': SAI

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Sports Authority of India Director General Jiji Thomson on Tuesday said sailor Upamanyu Dutta's shoddy performance at the ongoing Asian Games is the reason why SAI had objected to athletes travelling to the event on a "no cost to government" basis.

New Delhi,   Sports Authority of India,   SAI,   Jiji Thomson,   sailor,   Upamanyu Dutta,   Asian Games,   athletes,   'no cost to government' basis,  
Indian women lose to Kazakhstan in volleyball event play-off

Indian women lose to Kazakhstan in volleyball event play-off

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian women spikers continued to disappoint as they lost their 5th-8th place semi-final play-off against Kazakhstan by three straight sets in the volleyball event at the Asian Games.

Incheon,   Indian women,   5th-8th place,   semi-final play-off,   Kazakhstan,   Asian Games,  
Indian eves enter kabaddi semi-finals with easy win over Korea

Indian eves enter kabaddi semi-finals with easy win over Korea

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: With an aim to defend their gold medal, Indian women produced a clinical performance to outwit hosts South Korea by 45-26 margin to enter the semi-finals of the Asian Games Kabaddi event at the Songdo Global University Gymnasium here on Tuesday.

Incheon,   gold medal,   Indian women,   South Korea,   semi-finals,   Asian Games,   Kabaddi,  
Taekwondo player Latika Bhandari enters 53 kg quarters

Taekwondo player Latika Bhandari enters 53 kg quarters

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: India started their taekwondo campaign on a bright note as Latika Bhandari made it to the quarter-finals of the women's 53 kg event by defeating Farzona Radzhabova of Tajikistan in a one-sided bout at the Asian Games, here on Tuesday.

Incheon,   India,   taekwondo,   Latika Bhandari,   quarter-finals,   women's 53 kg event,   Farzona Radzhabova. Asian Games,  

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