Asian Games – thegkworld
Asian Games – thegkworld: Incheon received the right on April 17, 2007, after the downfall of Delhi, India. As host of the Games and was the third city in South Korea after Seoul (1986) and Busan (2002) to organize the Asian Games. The Games were held from September 19 to October 4, 2014, although many events began from September 14, 2014. Around 9,501 athletes participated in the event, which participated in 439 events in 36 sports.
Pakistan in Asian Games
Pakistan added to the 2014 Asian Games held in Incheon, South Korea, between Sep. 19 and Oct. 5, 2014. It sent 182 athletes to participate in 23 sports. He defended his title in men’s hockey, squash (men’s team) and cricket (ladies), but managed to defend the only women’s cricket title.
At the start of the squash race, Nasser Iqbal won the AFC U-15 Championship, but could not repeat his U19 championships, allowing fellow Atlas Atlas to take this honor in 2012, followed by Ali Bukhari (2013) and Tayyab Aslam. (2014) The Pakistan Judo Federation (PJF) will depend on the silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games Shah Hussain Shah to win another country’s prize in Korea.
“The Asian Games will include athletes from Japan, China, and Korea who will give their best teams,” said Masood Ahmed, PJF secretary. “However, Shah has the power to surprise them.” Usman Shand of Pakistan ranked 14th and Enam Khuram ranked 23rd on the second day of the men’s ranking at the Gyeongguido shooting range.
Men’s Elimination Match
In the men’s 8/32 men’s elimination match, John Mizutani and Sia Kishikawa of Japan defeated Muhammad Asim Qureshi and Syed Saleem Abbas Kazemi of Pakistan 3-0 at Suwon Gymnasium – Court No. 8.
India defeated Pakistan 23-11 in the preliminary group of Team A, Match 5, in the Gymnasium of Songdo World University – Court 1 in the case of the 17th Asian Games of Kabaddi 2014.
First Attack Asian Games
The first attack, Narrow Bowling in Bangladesh Pakistan was limited to 97/6 after completing 20 sums. But Pakistan’s bowling and field scene surpassed that of Bangladesh, where they failed to score more than 38 with nine lost lands. The game took an interesting turn when the Duckworth-Lewis method was implemented, which led women in Bangladesh to seek only 42 operations in seven games, but the Pakistani team managed to defend their title.
Pakistan defeated India in the group match. The final was an exciting game between the two traditional competitors. They were 1-1 after normal time.
However, Pakistan fell into the shooting. Therefore, they lost the opportunity to obtain automatic qualification for the Olympic Games. Finally, Pakistan could not qualify for the Olympic Games for the first time. This year again, along with the desirable gold, there is an additional incentive for direct qualification for the 2020 Olympics. Pakistan’s highest number in a single tournament is 42 goals in 1990, with five goals. Pakistan’s biggest victory is 17-0 against Bangladesh in 1978, which is also a record for the Asian Games.