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            • Paes becomes most medal-winning man at Asiad tennis history

              2006-12-14 09:35

              Indian tennis ace Leander Paes became the most successful male player in the tennis tournament of the Asian Games following his feat in winning two gold medals at the Doha Asiad here on Wednesday.

            • Zheng Jie up, Li Na down from singles in Doha

              2006-12-13 09:58

              China had to pin their hopes of clinching the women's singles title on Zheng Jie as their top seed Li Na lost to Sania Mirza from India here at the Asian Games tennis tournament on Tuesday.

            • Shi: I won't let Liu win so easily

              2006-12-11 15:31

              China's 110m hurdles sensation and world record holder Liu Xiang finished 13.74 seconds and compatriot Shi Dongpeng sprinted 13.71 in the men's 110m hurdles first round heats at the 15th Asian Games December 11, 2006, both cruising to the final race next day.

            • Top seed Li: I cried all day after that

              2006-12-11 08:51

              Chinese top player Li Na said on Sunday that she is looking forward to an all-Chinese women's singles final at the Asian Games tennis tournament.

            • Philippine cyclist finishes at 14th but breaks national record

              2006-12-11 08:47

              Filipino Alfie Catalan finished only 14th in a field of 26 in the men's individual pursuit cycling finals of the 15th Asian Games, but he broke the Philippine record, local media reported on Sunday.

            • Happy ending for Wang Nan, though not perfect

              2006-12-08 10:28

              She didn't pump her fist, nor shout with joy; she didn't hug her long-time partner Ma Lin either. Wang Nan, one of the most titled table tennis players in history, walked off the court with a smile after winning the mixed doubles gold medal on Thursday.

            • Park keeps low key after shining in Doha swimming pool

              2006-12-08 10:16

              South Korea's swimming wunderkind Park Tae Hwan said Thursday he would keep low key despite seizing three gold medals and beating two Asian records in the Asian Games.

            • Mohammad Al Bakhit wins men's taekwondo gold

              2006-12-08 10:14

              Mohammad Al Bakhit of Jordan claimed the men's 54kg gold medal to win the first taekwondo gold at the Doha Asiad, beating Vasavat Somswang of Thailand 1-0 in the final here on Thursday.

            • Swimming star Park dedicates medal to fallen rider

              2006-12-08 10:09

              Triple gold medal winner Park Tae-hwan dedicated his Asian Games title in the 1,500-meter freestyle to Kim Hyung-chil, the South Korean equestrian competitor who was killed in a riding accident Thursday.

            • 10-year-old swimming boy dreams of golden future

              2006-12-08 10:04

              Iraq's Amer Ali knows he is unlikely to win any medals at the 15th Asian Games, but at only 10-years-old the schoolboy swimmer has time on his side.

            • S. Korean rider dies after equestrian fall at Doha

              2006-12-07 16:42

              South Korean rider Kim Hyung-chil has died after falling from his horse during the equestrian competition in rainy conditions Thursday at the Asian Games. He was 47.

            • Super Dan: Defeat is beneficial

              2006-12-07 14:38

              "Being defeated is beneficial to me," said Chinese top shuttler Lin Dan here on Wednesday.

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