Asian games 2014 Features
- Asian Games 2014: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
India did well to end the Asian Games 2014 at Incheon with 11 gold, 10 silver and 36 bronze medals after a relatively poor start to their campaign. However, it was the Sarita Devi controversy that hogged all the limelight in the India camp.
- Asian Games: African-Born Athletes Have 'Unfair' Advantage
Competitors originally from Africa have swept to five gold medals in seven races in the first two days of the Asian Games athletics, blowing away their native Asian competitors.
- Asian Games 2014: India's Incheon Hopes Fading Fast After Poor Start
With just one gold in the first five days of Asian Games 2014, Indian fans have not had much cheer from Incheon.
- Asian Games: 12,000 Games Pins and Counting
John Dyck has been to five Olympics and one Commonwealth Games to collect games pins. The Canadian is now in Incheon to make his Asian Games 'debut'.
- Asian Games 2014: Jitu Steals Limelight, but Shweta Doesn't Mind
Shooters led India's medal hunt on the opening day of 2014 Asian Games at Incheon, where pistol-shooter Jitu Rai won India's first gold in the 50m event, shortly after Shweta Chaudhry opened India's account with a bronze in the 10m Women's Pistol event.
- Volleyball, With a Kick: The Esoteric World of the Asian Games
The non-Olympic sports on display in the 2014 Asian Games in South Korea include not only cricket and the popular martial art of karate, but also two sports that have yet to make any appreciable dent in the Western consciousness: kabaddi and sepaktakraw.
- Asian Games Nothing More Than Rio Olympics Prep for China
China will be participating in all but one of the 36 sports - kabbadi - at the Asian Games, with 33 Olympic champions in its squad.
- Asian Games 2014: Smiles and Scrums as North Korean Flag Goes Up at Incheon
The North Koreans belted out their anthem, "Aegukga", or Patriotic Song, as games officials from the South hoisted the flag in a ceremony in Incheon, along with the banners of China, Singapore, Thailand and Yemen.
- Asian Games: Five Controversies From the Past
Indian cricket's decision to boycott the Guangzhou Games in 2010 was one of the biggest controversies in the history of the Asian Games, which has often been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons, for failed gender tests to the infamous 'Sockgate'.
- Asian Games: Champ or Choker? Lee Chong Wei Takes Shot at Badminton Glory
Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei, who has been repeatedly denied by China's Lin Dan in world and Olympic finals, now has a chance to settle a score with old foe Lin at the Asian Games.