2006 Doha Asian Games
The Games So Far
2006 Asian Games
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.
China's men's basketball team defeats its South Korean rival in the quaterfinal at the Doha Asian Games Tuesday.
Uzbekistan's Gezel Khubbieva (L) watches Bahrain's Ruqaya Al-Ghasara celebrates after crossing the finish line to win the women's 200m final at the 15th Asian Games in Doha December 11, 2006. Al-Ghasara took the gold medal while Khubbieva took the silver.
Pan Xiaoting of China, dubbed '9 ball poll queen', feels depressed after losing to Chinese Taipei rival 3-7 in the women's 9 ball poll singles semifinals at the cue sports tournament of the Asian Games in Doha December 11,2006.
Two extra-time goals gifted North Korea 3-1 win over China in the women's soccer semifinal at the Doha Asian Games on Sunday.
Ding Yidan of China competes during the rope exercise of gymnastics rhythmic women's team final at the Doha Asiad, Qatar, Dec. 9, 2006.
Olympic Champion Luo Wei claimed the gold medal in the women's 72kg taekwondo at the Doha Asiad on Saturday, beating Alaa Kutkut of Jordan 1-0 in the final.
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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