Asian Games Medals Tally and Results

Here is an latest and up to date information on the medals tally of the ongoing 2010 Asian Games, as you all know the games started on the 12th of November 2010 with a spectacular opening show in Ghangzhou, China.

To see the updated medals tally and event wise results, check here:
http://ibnlive.in.com/asiangames/medaltally.html

There are 476 Gold Medals at Stake at these games. Read more on this from my previous article.

To know more on the games, please check
2010 Asian Games Highlights

China, the host country will top the medals tally without any questions - the second spot will be fought between South Korea and Japan. Once the top 3 slots are taken, it will be interesting to see the progress of other Asian nations in these games and how they improve their performance from the previous versions.

Also expected to see some world records being broken in these games to reiterate the Asian supremacy in the sporting world.

All the best and enjoy watching 2010 Asian Games.

Gold Medals at Asian Games

Latest:

on 25th Nov India win Gold in Boxing, Men's 400 m hurdles and Women's 400 meter hurdles

Vikas clinches a Gold in Boxing in Mens 60 KG by defeating his Chinese opponent.

Review:
For the upcoming 16th Asian Games in China, here are the events that will be held and also a complete list of Gold Medals at stake for each event, clearly China will top the medals tally without any doubt, but it will be interesting to see who will be in the top 5 teams of these games.

There are 476 Gold medals at Stake.

Aquatics - Diving - 10
Aquatics - Swimming - 38
Aquatics - Synchronized swimming - 2
Aquatics - Water polo - 2
Archery - 4
Athletics - 47
Badminton - 7
Baseball - 1
Basketball - 2
Board games - Chess - 4
Board games - Weiqi- 3
Board games - Xiangqi- 2
Bowling - 12
Boxing - 13
Canoeing - 4
Canoeing - Sprint - 12
Cricket - 2
Cue sports - 10
Cycling - BMX - 2
Cycling - Mountain bike - 2
Cycling - Road - 4
Cycling - Track - 10
Dancesport - 10
Dragon Boat - 6
Equestrian - 6
Fencing - 12
Football - 2
Golf - 4
Gymnastics - Artistic - 14
Gymnastics - Rhythmic - 2
Gymnastics - Trampoline - 2
Handball - 2
Hockey - 2
Judo - 16
Kabaddi - 2
Karate - 13
Modern pentathlon - 4
Roller sports - 9
Rowing - 14
Rugby union - 2
Sailing - 14
Sepaktakraw - 6
Shooting - 44
Softball - 1
Soft Tennis - 7
Squash - 4
Table Tennis - 7
Taekwondo - 16
Tennis - 7
Triathlon - 2
Volleyball - Beach - 2
Volleyball - Indoor - 2
Weightlifting - 15
Wrestling - 18
Wushu - 15

Total 476

2010 Asian Games Highlights, Guangzhou

From November 12 to November 27, the Chinese city of Guangzhou will host the XVI Asiad games or 2010 Asian Games, some of the highlights of this years games:

Host city Guangzhou, China
Nations participating 45 (All Asia countries)
Events 476 in 42 sports
Opening ceremony November 12, 2010
Closing ceremony November 27, 2010
Officially opened by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao
Main Stadium Haixinsha Island, Guangzhou

Last year the 2006 Asian Games were held in Doha Qatar.

For more information on these games, please visit the official website of the 16th Asian Games:
http://www.gz2010.cn/en