South Korea wraps up Asian Games archery competition with 3 gold medals

South Korea wraps up Asian Games archery competition with 3 gold medals

South Korea wraps up Asian Games archery competition with 3 gold medals

Son agreed to play with South Korea at the pan-Asia quadrennial event as one of three overage players allowed in the squad in a final attempt at avoiding a spell of mandatory military service that could harm his Premier League career with Tottenham Hotspur.

All that stands between South Korea and the gold medal is a win over fierce rivals Japan and while Son was reluctant to talk too much about the prospect of winning a military exemption he was in no doubt as to the importance of rounding out the tournament with the victory. I don't need to say anything, I am ready for that. Bunga Nyimas, who is 12, placed fourth for Indonesia.

In the men's individual recurve final, ... world number 1 Kim Woo-jin defeated teammate Lee Woo-seok for the gold.

Nyimas upgraded to bronze in the later street final behind Margie Didal of Philippines and Isa.

There were nine finals in track and field on Wednesday, and China picked up the first two in the walks.

With skateboarding's Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 on the horizon, the Japanese showed their preparations are going well at the Jakabaring Sport City SkateBoard Stadium.

China's second diving gold medal today came in the men's synchronised 10m platform with Chen Aisen and Yang Hao comfortably triumphing on 466.47 points.

After 352 finals, China had an nearly insurmountable lead in the medal standings with 101 golds and 217 overall.

The semifinal game ended 3 - 1 for South Korea and helped them reach another final.

Since women's handball was introduced at the 1990 Asian Games in Beijing, Korea has missed out on gold only once, in 2010.

Hwang Ui-jo, the tournament's leading scorer, completed his hat-trick to equalize at 3-3 and take the game into extra time before Hwang Heechan slotted home a penalty with two minutes remaining.

Team China performs during the team synchronized swimming competition at the 18th Asian Games at Gelora Bung Karno Aquatics Center in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018.

The country did have success, however, in the women's under-52kg final as Natsumi Tsunoda overcame South Korea's Park Dasol by ippon.

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