Asian Games: South Korea's Park Tae-Hwan Beaten Again in Pool

Updated: 25 September 2014 16:37 IST

Former Olympic champion Park Tae-Hwan had already been demoted to bronze in the 200 and 400m and he could only take silver behind a red-hot Ning after a poor start at the Incheon aquatics arena named after him.

Asian Games: South Korea's Park Tae-Hwan Beaten Again in Pool
Park Tae-hwan had earlier hoped to win gold. © AP

Incheon:

South Korea's Park Tae-Hwan suffered a third individual freestyle loss of the Asian Games on Thursday when he was soundly beaten by China's Ning Zetai in the 100m. (Medal Tally)

The former Olympic champion had already been demoted to bronze in the 200 and 400m and he could only take silver behind a red-hot Ning after a poor start at the Incheon aquatics arena named after him.



Topics : Asian Games 2014 Swimming
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