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  • China Remains Asia’s Indomitable Dragon

    China Remains Asia’s Indomitable Dragon

    Two remaining gold medal matches were at play on the last day of the badminton events, namely the men’s singles and mixed doubles finals. The day started with the men’s singles final between defending champion Lin Dan against compatriot Chen Long. Both players managed to outclassed their opponents in the semi-finals where Lin Dan had

  • Indonesia Dominates Men’s Doubles Finals

    Indonesia Dominates Men’s Doubles Finals

    Mixed Doubles Semi-Finals The first session held the mixed doubles semi-finals, and the first match was between Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei of China versus Jordan Praveen/Debby Susanto of Indonesia. The young Indonesian pair put up a strong fight against the experienced Chinese, but Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei still managed to fend their opponent in straight

  • Indonesia Clinch Women’s Doubles Gold

    Indonesia Clinch Women’s Doubles Gold

    Indonesia’s wonder girls Krishinda K. Maheswari and Gresysia Polii struck the first gold medal in the badminton individual events on Saturday, beating the top seed Japanese pair of Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi in straight games 21-15 and 21-9 within 46 minutes of play. The fast-paced power play by the Indonesians kept the Japanese trailing

  • Korea Dethrone China to Bag Team Gold

    Korea Dethrone China to Bag Team Gold

    It was an exciting evening in the men’s team event between title holder China and the host country at the 17th Incheon Asian Games 2014 Badminton men’s team event at Gyeyang Gymnasium, where Korea fought hard to the final match in the effort to dethrone China and grab the gold medal. The first match was

  • Chinese Women’s Team Retains Gold

    Chinese Women’s Team Retains Gold

    The Chinese women’s team managed to retain the gold in the women’s badminton team event in the final showdown against Korea at the Gyeyang Gymnasium, Incheon. Although the result favoured the Chinese 3-0, they had to struggle against the stubborn Koreans who brought every match into its rubber game.  The Koreans fought valiantly with strong