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Yes, please do!!

In answer to your question: what should Doha do? Definitely (a)!!! The IOC likes to see profligate spenders for their Games! Especially after seeing these Ceremonies, you'd think the IOC would want a reminder of these? They'd want something grander!!

BTW, I'm sending you a PM.

Myles, you're an idiot.

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Hey, peace and love, don't let anyone of us act violent.

The Doha 2006 games must be a sucess on all the organization at the sport events, the great ceremony don't say everything about it.

If they triumph on that, the IOC will have Doha as a candidate city to take on count.

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So, I just heard in the grapevine that China has already surpassed the 100-medal total mark. And, it achieved that only after Day 5 competitions. What's next? If this keeps up, China's overall medal total could reach well in the 300-medal mark. :blink:

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So, I just heard in the grapevine that China has already surpassed the 100-medal total mark. And, it achieved that only after Day 5 competitions. What's next? If this keeps up, China's overall medal total could reach well in the 300-medal mark. :blink:

Is that a surprise?

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Not really, baron. What is surprising is that such disparities seems to be growing between the 3 Asian nations that have hosted or will host the Olympic Games and the rest of the Asian continent. So far, 360 TOTAL medals have been awarded in various events, after Day 5. Amongst the past and future Olympic host nations, they have won 228 of them in the same picture. Come see it here:

1. China -> 60 gold, 31 silver, 13 bronze

2. Japan -> 17 gold, 20 silver, 25 bronze

3. South Korea -> 13 gold, 17 silver, 32 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 8 gold, 6 silver, 12 bronze

5. North Korea -> 3 gold, 5 silver, 9 bronze

6. Thailand -> 2 gold, 5 silver, 4 bronze

7. India -> 2 gold, 5 silver, 3 bronze

8. Mongolia -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

9. Kuwait -> 2 gold, 1 bronze

10. Singapore -> 1 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze

11. Hong Kong SAR -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze

12. Indonesia -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze

12. Malaysia -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze

14. Syria -> 1 gold

14. Saudi Arabia -> 1 gold

16. Iran -> 4 silver, 1 bronze

17. Vietnam -> 3 silver, 2 bronze

18. Myanmar (Burma) -> 2 silver, 2 bronze

19. Chinese Taipei -> 1 silver, 6 bronze

20. QATAR -> 1 silver, 4 bronze

21. UAE -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

22. Turkmenistan -> 1 silver

23. Kyrgyzstan -> 1 silver

24. Uzbekistan -> 4 bronze

25. Iraq -> 1 bronze

25. Lebanon -> 1 bronze

25. Tajikistan -> 1 bronze

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Not really, baron. What is surprising is that such disparities seems to be growing between the 3 Asian nations that have hosted or will host the Olympic Games and the rest of the Asian continent. So far, 360 TOTAL medals have been awarded in various events, after Day 5. Amongst the past and future Olympic host nations, they have won 228 of them in the same picture. Come see it here:

1. China -> 60 gold, 31 silver, 13 bronze

2. Japan -> 17 gold, 20 silver, 25 bronze

3. South Korea -> 13 gold, 17 silver, 32 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 8 gold, 6 silver, 12 bronze

5. North Korea -> 3 gold, 5 silver, 9 bronze

6. Thailand -> 2 gold, 5 silver, 4 bronze

7. India -> 2 gold, 5 silver, 3 bronze

8. Mongolia -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

9. Kuwait -> 2 gold, 1 bronze

10. Singapore -> 1 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze

11. Hong Kong SAR -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze

12. Indonesia -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze

12. Malaysia -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze

14. Syria -> 1 gold

14. Saudi Arabia -> 1 gold

16. Iran -> 4 silver, 1 bronze

17. Vietnam -> 3 silver, 2 bronze

18. Myanmar (Burma) -> 2 silver, 2 bronze

19. Chinese Taipei -> 1 silver, 6 bronze

20. QATAR -> 1 silver, 4 bronze

21. UAE -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

22. Turkmenistan -> 1 silver

23. Kyrgyzstan -> 1 silver

24. Uzbekistan -> 4 bronze

25. Iraq -> 1 bronze

25. Lebanon -> 1 bronze

25. Tajikistan -> 1 bronze

thanks for the update! Go Malaysia!

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Did you know on the Men's Pommel Horse event, there was a three way tie? I never knew that this could be possible... it was an interesting trio...

KIM Soo Myun of South Korea, JO Jong Chol of North Korea, and TOMITA Hiroyuki of Japan all got the gold medal (and there were no 2nd or 3rd place)....

All three got 15.375 points for their event...

just thought that was interesting.....

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Day 6 medal tally:

1. China -> 76 gold, 41 silver, 18 bronze

2. Japan -> 22 gold, 24 silver, 34 bronze

3. South Korea -> 15 gold, 22 silver, 41 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 10 gold, 8 silver, 18 bronze

5. North Korea -> 4 gold, 6 silver, 9 bronze

6. Thailand -> 3 gold, 7 silver, 7 bronze

7. India -> 3 gold, 5 silver, 6 bronze

8. Malaysia -> 2 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze

9. Hong Kong SAR -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 4 bronze

10. Mongolia -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

11. Chinese Taipei -> 2 gold, 1 silver, 9 bronze

12. Uzbekistan -> 2 gold, 6 bronze

13. Kuwait -> 2 gold, 1 bronze

14. Syria -> 2 gold

15. Iran -> 1 gold, 5 silver, 1 bronze

16. Singapore -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 5 bronze

17. Vietnam -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze

18. Indonesia -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze

19. Saudi Arabia -> 1 gold, 1 bronze

20. QATAR -> 3 silver, 4 bronze

21. Myanmar (Burma) -> 2 silver, 2 bronze

22. Iraq -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

22. UAE -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

24. Kyrgyzstan -> 1 silver

24. Turkmenistan -> 1 silver

24. Pakistan -> 1 silver

27. Bangladesh -> 1 bronze

27. Tajikistan -> 1 bronze

27. Lebanon -> 1 bronze

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WOAH~~~~ AN ATHELETE DIED DURING AN EVENT TODAY like about couple of hours ago~

Apparently he fell off his horse while performing the Equestrian event, and the huge horse crushed him!

The link to the news...

http://www.doha-2006.com/gis/menuroot/news...e.aspx?id=18937

This is EXTREMELY rare to have a professional athlete get killed during an event.... This is really sad.... He was only 47 years old with two kids.....

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OMG! OMG! OMG! Oh, man! This is not a black mark I want to witness or see in any international Games.

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WOAH~~~~ AN ATHELETE DIED DURING AN EVENT TODAY like about couple of hours ago~

Apparently he fell off his horse while performing the Equestrian event, and the huge horse crushed him!

The link to the news...

http://www.doha-2006.com/gis/menuroot/news...e.aspx?id=18937

This is EXTREMELY rare to have a professional athlete get killed during an event.... This is really sad.... He was only 47 years old with two kids.....

Hmmm. Tragic, but not a first.

In the Olympics,

1. Portuguese marathon runner (why is it always the Portuguese/Brazilian runners?) Francisco Lazaro died in the 1912 Stockholm marathon; and

2. At the 1960 Games in Rome, Danish cyclist Knut Jensen collapsed during his race under the influence of amphetamines and later died in the hospital.; and

3. I know a horse also died in competition, but I forget now at which Games -- maybe Barcelona?

I tell ya, these sporting events can kill ya!!

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Medal tally after Day 7 events:

1. China -> 90 gold, 50 silver, 20 bronze

2. Japan -> 26 gold, 30 silver, 38 bronze

3. South Korea -> 19 gold, 25 silver, 45 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 10 gold, 9 silver, 22 bronze

5. North Korea -> 5 gold, 7 silver, 9 bronze

6. Thailand -> 4 gold, 9 silver, 12 bronze

7. India -> 4 gold, 8 silver, 9 bronze

8. Chinese Taipei -> 4 gold, 2 silver, 9 bronze

9. Hong Kong SAR -> 2 gold, 5 silver, 4 bronze

10. Malaysia -> 2 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze

11. Singapore -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 5 bronze

12. Mongolia -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

13. Uzbekistan -> 2 gold, 6 bronze

14. Kuwait -> 2 gold, 1 bronze

15. Syria -> 2 gold

16. Iran -> 1 gold, 5 silver, 2 bronze

17. Vietnam -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze

18. Indonesia -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 4 bronze

19. Saudi Arabia -> 1 gold, 1 bronze

20. Jordan -> 1 gold

21. QATAR -> 3 silver, 4 bronze

22. Myanmar (Burma) -> 3 silver, 2 bronze

23. Iraq -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

23. UAE -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

25. Turkmenistan -> 1 silver

25. Pakistan -> 1 silver

25. Kyrgyzstan -> 1 silver

28. Philippines -> 2 bronze

29. Afghanistan -> 1 bronze

29. Bahrain -> 1 bronze

29. Lebanon -> 1 bronze

29. Nepal -> 1 bronze

29. Bangladesh -> 1 bronze

29. Tajikistan -> 1 bronze

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After Day 8 of competitions, the Asian Games is now half over. Also, Japan and South Korea joins China in reaching the 100-medal total mark.

1. China -> 95 gold, 53 silver, 26 bronze

2. Japan -> 31 gold, 36 silver, 44 bronze

3. South Korea -> 24 gold, 29 silver, 51 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 12 gold, 9 silver, 24 bronze

5. India -> 6 gold, 9 silver, 10 bronze

6. Chinese Taipei -> 6 gold, 3 silver, 11 bronze

7. North Korea -> 5 gold, 7 silver, 9 bronze

8. Thailand -> 4 gold, 10 silver, 16 bronze

9. Malaysia -> 3 gold, 6 silver, 5 bronze

10. Hong Kong SAR -> 3 silver, 6 silver, 4 bronze

11. Singapore -> 3 gold, 3 silver, 9 bronze

12. Kuwait -> 3 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze

13. QATAR -> 2 gold, 5 silver, 4 bronze

14. Mongolia -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

15. Uzbekistan -> 2 gold, 6 bronze

16. Saudi Arabia -> 2 gold, 2 bronze

17. Syria -> 2 gold

18. Iran -> 1 gold, 6 silver, 3 bronze

19. Vietnam -> 1 gold, 5 silver, 5 bronze

20. UAE -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze

21. Bahrain -> 1 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze

22. Indonesia -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 6 bronze

23. Tajikistan -> 1 gold, 1 bronze

24. Jordan -> 1 gold

25. Myanmar (Burma) -> 3 silver, 2 bronze

26. Philippines -> 1 silver, 2 bronze

27. Iraq -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

28. Pakistan -> 1 silver

28. Kyrgyzstan -> 1 silver

28. Turkmenistan -> 1 silver

31. Nepal -> 2 bronze

32. Afghanistan -> 1 bronze

32. Macau SAR -> 1 bronze

32. Bangladesh -> 1 bronze

32. Lebanon -> 1 bronze

Well, it is great that Qatar has a couple of gold medals won on home soil and has jumped up in the overall medal tally big time in the process.

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Okay, this medal tally is after Day 9 and probably some of today's Day 10 events so far:

1. China -> 103 gold, 59 silver, 30 bronze

2. Japan -> 34 gold, 41 silver, 47 bronze

3. South Korea -> 27 gold, 33 silver, 57 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 15 gold, 10 silver, 27 bronze

5. Chinese Taipei -> 7 gold, 4 silver, 14 bronze

6. India -> 6 gold, 11 silver, 11 bronze

7. Thailand -> 6 gold, 10 silver, 17 bronze

8. North Korea -> 5 gold, 7 silver, 10 bronze

9. Hong Kong SAR -> 4 gold, 7 silver, 5 bronze

9. QATAR -> 4 gold, 7 silver, 5 bronze

11. Malaysia -> 4 gold, 6 silver, 5 bronze

12. Bahrain -> 4 gold, 4 silver, 3 bronze

13. Saudi Arabia -> 4 gold, 3 bronze

14. Singapore -> 3 gold, 3 silver, 9 bronze

15. Kuwait -> 3 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze

16. Uzbekistan -> 3 gold, 8 bronze

17. Iran -> 2 gold, 8 silver, 4 bronze

18. Mongolia -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

19. Indonesia -> 2 gold, 2 silver, 6 bronze

20. Syria -> 2 gold, 2 bronze

21. Vietnam -> 1 gold, 6 silver, 6 bronze

22. UAE -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze

23. Jordan -> 1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze

24. Lebanon -> 1 gold, 2 bronze

24. Tajikistan -> 1 gold, 2 bronze

26. Myanmar (Burma) -> 3 silver, 2 bronze

26. Philippines -> 3 silver, 2 bronze

28. Kyrgyzstan -> 1 silver, 2 bronze

29. Iraq -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

30. Turkmenistan -> 1 silver

30. Sri Lanka -> 1 silver

30. Pakistan -> 1 silver

33. Nepal -> 2 bronze

34. Afghanistan -> 1 bronze

34. Macau SAR -> 1 bronze

34. Bangladesh -> 1 bronze

As you can see, China has broke the 100-gold-medal mark and heading toward the 200-medal barrier as well. Japan and South Korea joins in the same 100-medal mark as China and all 3 top nations are just running away from the rest of the competition.

Link: 2006 Asian Games Medal Tally

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I figured I will post some pics of all the events at the Asiad....

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Taekwondo match (i think it's such a fun event to watch with all the kicks and stuff)

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Wrestling ( this is pretty fun to watch too... )

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Cycling

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Kayaking

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Judo (This event is slow, but tense~)

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Butterfly Swimming

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Weightlifting

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Bodybuilding (scary if you ask me)

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Tennis

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After Day 10 events:

1. China -> 110 gold, 63 silver, 39 bronze

2. Japan -> 38 gold, 45 silver, 53 bronze

3. South Korea -> 37 gold, 34 silver, 64 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 17 gold, 10 silver, 31 bronze

5. Thailand-> 8 gold, 10 silver, 18 bronze

6. Chinese Taipei -> 7 gold, 4 silver, 15 bronze

7. India -> 6 gold, 13 silver, 13 bronze

8. QATAR -> 6 gold, 8 silver, 6 bronze

9. North Korea -> 5 gold, 7 silver, 13 bronze

10. Saudi Arabia -> 5 gold, 4 bronze

11. Malaysia -> 4 gold, 9 silver, 6 bronze

12. Hong Kong SAR -> 4 gold, 7 silver, 5 bronze

13. Bahrain -> 4 gold, 7 silver, 4 bronze

14. Iran -> 3 gold, 11 silver, 7 bronze

15. Singapore -> 3 gold, 4 silver, 9 bronze

16. Uzbekistan -> 3 gold, 3 silver, 9 bronze

17. Kuwait -> 3 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

18. Mongolia -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

19. Indonesia -> 2 gold, 2 silver, 8 bronze

20. Syria -> 2 gold, 3 bronze

21. Vietnam -> 1 gold, 8 silver, 6 bronze

22. Jordan -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze

22. UAE -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze

24. Lebanon -> 1 gold, 2 bronze

24. Tajikistan -> 1 gold, 2 bronze

26. Myanmar (Burma) -> 3 silver, 4 bronze

27. Philippines -> 3 silver, 3 bronze

28. Kyrgyzstan -> 1 silver, 4 bronze

29. Iraq -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

30. Turkmenistan -> 1 silver

30. Sri Lanka -> 1 silver

30. Pakistan -> 1 silver

33. Nepal -> 3 bronze

34. Afghanistan -> 1 bronze

34. Macau SAR -> 1 bronze

34. Bangladesh -> 1 bronze

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Second part....

Sepaktakraw

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Equestrian: Jumping

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Beach Volleyball

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Synchronised Swimming

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Hockey

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Squash

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kabaddi

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Fencing

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Synchronised Swimming

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Archery

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Sailing

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Football

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Chess ( Believe it or not, chess is an official event..... I don't get why)

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Rhythmic Gymnastics: women's rhythmic gymnastics

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Artistic Gymnastics

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Table Tennis

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Artistic Gymnastics

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Cue Sports

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Volleyball

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Baseball

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After Day 10 events:

1. China -> 110 gold, 63 silver, 39 bronze

2. Japan -> 38 gold, 45 silver, 53 bronze

3. South Korea -> 37 gold, 34 silver, 64 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 17 gold, 10 silver, 31 bronze

5. Thailand-> 8 gold, 10 silver, 18 bronze

6. Chinese Taipei -> 7 gold, 4 silver, 15 bronze

7. India -> 6 gold, 13 silver, 13 bronze

8. QATAR -> 6 gold, 8 silver, 6 bronze

9. North Korea -> 5 gold, 7 silver, 13 bronze

10. Saudi Arabia -> 5 gold, 4 bronze

I must say... I'm really impressed by Qatar's performance at these games... They weren't much of a sport powerhouse in terms of how many medals they earn, but this year's performance has to be their best~ And I notice a very very very close competition between Japan and Korea for second place this year. This shows Japan making a huge comeback after many years of China and Korea medal dominance.

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Speaking of those pictures you just posted, andrew8, a few of them could or will be in Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei, for the 2009 World Games. For example, the bodybuilding, squash and cue sports. Baseball could be in the World Games program, too, because of the IOC's decision to kick it and softball off the official Olympic programs.

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Well, andrew8, South Korea makes its push to second place overall, after Day 11 events and possibly some Day 12 ones, too:

1. China -> 124 gold, 70 silver, 49 bronze

2. South Korea -> 44 gold, 39 silver, 70 bronze

3. Japan -> 43 gold, 51 silver, 57 bronze

4. Kazakhstan -> 19 gold, 12 silver, 32 bronze

5. Thailand -> 8 gold, 10 silver, 21 bronze

6. Chinese Taipei -> 8 gold, 5 silver, 19 bronze

7. Saudi Arabia -> 7 gold, 4 bronze

8. India -> 6 gold, 15 silver, 17 bronze

9. QATAR -> 6 gold, 9 silver, 7 bronze

10. Bahrain -> 6 gold, 7 silver, 4 bronze

11. Hong Kong SAR -> 5 gold, 9 silver, 5 bronze

12. North Korea -> 5 gold, 8 silver, 13 bronze

13. Malaysia -> 4 gold, 10 silver, 7 bronze

14. Uzbekistan -> 4 gold, 8 silver, 10 bronze

15. Iran -> 3 gold, 12 silver, 12 bronze

16. Singapore -> 3 gold, 4 silver, 9 bronze

17. Kuwait -> 3 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze

18. Mongolia -> 2 gold, 3 silver, 7 bronze

19. Indonesia -> 2 gold, 2 silver, 10 bronze

20. Syria -> 2 gold, 3 bronze

21. Vietnam -> 1 gold, 8 silver, 6 bronze

22. Philippines -> 1 gold, 4 silver, 6 bronze

23. UAE -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze

24. Jordan -> 1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze

25. Lebanon -> 1 gold, 2 bronze

25. Tajikistan -> 1 gold, 2 bronze

27. Myanmar (Burma) -> 3 silver, 4 bronze

28. Kyrgyzstan -> 2 silver, 5 bronze

29. Iraq -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

29. Sri Lanka -> 1 silver, 1 bronze

31. Pakistan -> 1 silver

31. Turkmenistan -> 1 silver

33. Nepal -> 3 bronze

34. Afghanistan -> 1 bronze

34. Macau SAR -> 1 bronze

34. Bangladesh -> 1 bronze

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Day 11 pics~

Decathlon

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Cycling

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golf

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synchronised springboard

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Softball

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rhythmic gymnastics

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Rugby

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rhythmic gymnastics

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Taekwondo

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athletics

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Malaysia is expected to get between 3-5 more gold medals to wrap up this edition of the Asian Games as the best achievement in history of its participation.

We had several misfortunes including the loss of current Mr Universe to an unknown Arab bodybuilder due to the so-called "match-fixing" by the jury members. On the other hand, we had several unexpected gold medals as well... in sailing and badminton... and the extra gold from Bowling..

We loss 4 opportunities to strike gold in karate yesterday where all our finalists, including the defending champion only managed silvers.

Potential Malaysian gold medalists in these last days of competition:

1. Nicol David - SQUASH (Current World Champion)

2. Azlan Iskandar or Ong Beng Hee - SQUASH

3. Chai Fong Ying - WUSHU (Current World Champion)

4. Josiah Ng - TRACK CYCLING: SPRINT and/or KEIRIN (Athens 2004 finalist, World Keirin Champion) or Rizal Tisin (Asian Keirin Champion)

5. 1 gold from Karate...

In Busan 2002 Malaysia got 6 gold, 9 Silver, 18 Bronze.. (best achievement by total medals won, 2nd best achievement by gold medals won)

So far in Doha, Malaysia has 5 gold, 15 silver, 10 bronze. If we get the 3 golds, that would be a success for the Malaysian contingent.

In DIVING, China is a class above the rest, followed by Malaysia and Japan. Malaysia is expected to get more silver and bronze medals from diving.

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