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Curtain Rings Down on Doha Asian Games
The magnificent show of the last 15 days which portrayed the dreams and aspirations of Asia passed into the recess of history as the largest ever Asian Games came to a close Friday night at the Khalifa Stadium in an atmosphere of friendship and unity.
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- Chinese Grab 165 Golds at Doha Games
- S Korean Swimmer Park Named MVP
- West Asian Teams Win Better Results, But Not Superiority
- Day 13: Chinese Women Hold Up More Than Half the Sky
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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.
China Delegation More
- Chinese Grab 165 Golds at Doha Games
- China 10 Golds Short of 1,000 Mark in Asiad History
- Day 13: Chinese Women Hold Up More Than Half the Sky
- Women's Basketball: China Crowned Asian Champions
- Basketball: China vs. Qatar in Asiad Final
- Life's a Beach for Bikini Boomers
- China Takes on S. Korea in Men's Volleyball Final
- Women's Volleyball: Gold for China over Stalwart Japan
- China Pockets Two Fencing Team Golds
- Alleged Sexual Harassment Mars China's Image
The Games So Far More
- Iran Wins Men's Soccer Bronze
- Japan Nip S. Korea to Win Bronze in Women's Basketball
- Kazakhstan Garner Gold in Men's C2 500m
- Philippine Boxing Wins Mark a Watershed
- Indian Duo Win Mixed Doubles Tennis Title
- South Korean Archers Sweep Asiad Team Titles
- Iranian Boxer Mazaheri Wins Heavy 91kg Title
- Qatar, Iraq to Compete in Men's Soccer Final
- Athletes Chopped, Malaysia and S. Korea Simmer
- Japanese Star Suetsugu Takes Men's 200m Gold
2006 Asian Games




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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