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Host Qatar beat Iraq 1-0 to win the gold medal of the men's soccer final, the last competition event at the Doha Asian Games on Friday.
South Korea defeat China 3-1 to take the men's volleyball gold medal at the Doha Asian Games on Thursday, the penultimate day of the fortnight sports gala.
Indian star Sania Mirza loses to Zheng Jie 6-4, 1-6, 6-1 in the Doha Asian Games women's singles tennis final yesterday.
2006 Asian Games
- Chinese Grab 165 Golds at Doha Games
- S Korean Swimmer Park Named MVP
- West Asian Teams Win Better Results, But Not Superiority
- Curtain Rings Down on Doha Asian Games
- Day 13: Chinese Women Hold Up More Than Half the Sky
- Women's Basketball: China Crowned Asian Champions
- Cycling: S. Korea Win Twice as China Make History
- Iran Wins Men's Soccer Bronze
- Japan Nip S. Korea to Win Bronze in Women's Basketball
- Mirza-mania Shot Down by Rising Zheng
- Basketball: China vs. Qatar in Asiad Final
- South Korean Archers Sweep Asiad Team Titles
- China Takes on S. Korea in Men's Volleyball Final
- Asiad: Liu Xiang Triumphant, Chinese Continue Gold Digging
- Qatar, Iraq to Compete in Men's Soccer Final
- Athletes Chopped, Malaysia and S. Korea Simmer
- Asiad: Liu Xiang Hurtles into Final, S. Korea Climbs to Second
- S. Korea's Lee Ends China's Dominance
- Trampoline Makes Its Debut
- Top Seeds Cruise on at Tennis Courts
- Asiad: S. Korea Rules, No Belly Flops for China
- Doping Slams Weightlifters Out of Asiad
- Day 8: China Reaches 100-gold Mark
- China Wins Bronze Medal in Gymnastics Rhythmic Women's Team
- Medal Table of 15th Asian Games After Saturday's Competitions
- China Wins Team Synchronized Swimming at Asiad
- Cyclist Guo Breaks Asiad Record to Win Women's 500m Time Trial
- Day 7: China Won 5 Golds, Qatar Breaks Gold Drought
- Wang Hongni Snatches First Asiad Women's Triathlon Gold
- Zhang Wenxiu Breaks Women's Hammer Throw Asian Record




1.China 165 88 63
2.S.Korea 58 53 82
3.Japan 50 71 77

Useful Information: In 1948, Indian sports pioneer Guru Dutt had a dream of a sporting event held by Asians for Asians. Now, close to 60 years later, athletes gather in Doha from Dec.1-16 to compete in friendship, and bring that dream to life once again...
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