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Paes-Bhupathi duo loses in semis
Athens, August 19
Indian chances of an Olympic gold in tennis evaporated this evening as fifth-seeded Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi went down fighting to unorthodox and unseeded German combination of Nicholas Kiefer and Rainer Schettler 2-6, 3-6 in just 66 minutes.

Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi walk off the court after losing their semifinal against Nicholas Keifer and Rainer Schuettler of Germany on Thursday. ó AFP photo
Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi walk off the court after losing their semifinal against Nicholas Keifer and Rainer Schuettler of Germany

Prasad goes down fighting
Athens, August 19
Seasoned Satyadev Prasad came tantalisingly close to upsetting menís top seed Im Dong Hyun of South Korea before losing 165-167 on the last arrow in a dramatic duel as Indiaís challenge came to an end in individual archery competition at the Olympic Games here today.

Chance for Anjali to salvage pride
IOA announces Rs 11 lakh for Rathore
Indians 18th in sailing

Pakistan thrash Korea 3-0
Athens, August 19
Pakistan scored a convincing 3-0 win over South Korea to take one more stride towards a semifinal berth from group A in the Olympic menís hockey competition here today.

Pakistan's Rehan Butt blows a kiss to fans after scoring against South Korea Pakistan's Rehan Butt (centre) blows a kiss to fans after scoring against South Korea in Athens on Thursday. Pakistan won 3-0. ó AP/PTI photo


 

Chinese weightlifter Liu Chunhong lifts 153 kg to set a new world record
Chinese weightlifter Liu Chunhong lifts 153 kg to set a new world record in the clean and jerk round during the women's 69-kg event at the Nikaia Olympic Weightlifting Hall in Athens on Thursday. Liu, who also set world records in the snatch and overall, won the gold medal. ó AP/PTI

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Hamm stands tall despite fall
Athens, August 19
After falling onto the edge of the judgesí table on the landing of his vault, Paul Hamm put on two of the most spectacular routines of his career to win a gold medal last night in the menís individual all-round - the first ever by a US man and only the second ever by an American.

TT: Chinese top seeds ousted
Athens, August 19
Chinese top seeds Niu Jianfeng and Guo Yue lost 4-2 to compatriots Wang Nan and Zhang Yining in the womenís doubles table tennis semi-finals today. The two Chinese pairs, seeded one and two, would almost certainly have met in the final had organisers not changed the rules so that teams from the same country were placed in the same half of the draw.

Zhang gives China badminton gold
Athens, August 19
Zhang Ning beat Indonesian-born Mia Audina of the Netherlands 8-11, 11-6, 11-7 to give China the first gold medal of the Olympic badminton tournament today. Audina, who played for Indonesia before marrying a Dutch gospel singer and moving to Europe, fought her heart out ó saving two match points before having to settle for the second silver of her career.



China's Zhang Ning fights back tears as she listens to the Chinese national anthem during the medal giving ceremony for the women's badminton competition in Athens on Thursday. ó AP/PTI photo
China's Zhang Ning fights back tears as she listens to the Chinese national anthem during the medal giving ceremony for the women's badminton competition


Dutch swimmer Pieter van den Hoogenband celebrates after winning the 100-metre freestyle event Popov fails to qualify in 50m
Athens, August 19
Two-time Olympic champion Alexander Popov of Russia and Pieter van den Hoogenband of the Netherlands, the 2000 bronze medalist, failed to qualify for the 50-metre freestyle semifinals today.
Dutch swimmer Pieter van den Hoogenband celebrates after winning the 100-metre freestyle event at the Olympic Aquatic Centre in Athens on Wednesday. ó AP/PTI photo

Moya crashes out, Chile bag bronze
Athens, August 19
Men's third seed Carlos Moya of Spain crashed out of the Olympics singles tournament, beaten by the Chilean Nicolas Massu 6-2, 7-5 at the quarterfinal stage today.

Japan's Masae Ueno displays her gold medal during the awards ceremony for the women's middleweight judo competition in Athens Ueno, Zviadauri win judo gold
Athens, August 19
Masae Ueno earned Japanís fifth Olympic gold medal in 10 events, taking the 70kg womenís judo event, while Zurab Zviadauri of Georgia won the menís 90kg category yesterday. Ueno, who hasnít been beaten since 2001 in major international competitions, is a two-time defending world champion. The Japanese came into the tournament as a heavy favourite after last yearís world silver medallist, Regla Zulueta, defected to the USA from Cuba and could not compete at the Olympics.


Japan's Masae Ueno displays her gold medal during the awards ceremony for the women's middleweight (under 70kg) judo competition in Athens on Wednesday. ó Reuters photo



J&K minister chef-de-mission
Srinagar, August 19
Jammu and Kashmir Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Nissar Ali will take over as the chef-de-mission of the Indian contingent at the Athens Olympic Games from August 22.

Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly and his Pakistani counterpart Inzamam-ul-Haq pose with the Videocon trophy in Amsterdam
Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly (left) and his Pakistani counterpart Inzamam-ul-Haq pose with the Videocon trophy in Amsterdam on Thursday. ó PTI
In graphic: Videocon Cup
Tri-series in Amsterdam

Haryana eves enter last eight
Kapurthala, August 19
Strong contenders Haryana struggled to beat spirited Tamil Nadu 2-1 in the 17th Dhanoa Sub-Junior National Womenís Hockey Championship at the Guru Nanak Stadium here today. Haryana maintained their all-win record and advanced to the quarterfinal knockout stage. Haryana controlled the game in the midfield. They forced 12 penalty corners in reply to three by Tamil Nadu. However, the Haryana girls, trained by former Indian coach Baldev Singh, could convert only one penalty corner when Anshul sounded the board with a direct powerful shot in the 19th minute.


SAI testing lab comes under cloud
Chandigarh, August 19
Doping has been the bane of international weightlifting over the years. At the Sydney Olympics four years ago, Bulgarian lifters had to forgo three gold medals after they tested positive. At the World Weightlifting Championships in 2003, as many as 11 lifters from 10 countries were detected for using dope, including a lifter from China who had broken the then existing world record in the 75kg category.

India to host junior handball meet

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Paes-Bhupathi duo loses in semis
Prabhjot Singh
Tribune News Service

Athens, August 19
Indian chances of an Olympic gold in tennis evaporated this evening as fifth-seeded Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi went down fighting to unorthodox and unseeded German combination of Nicholas Kiefer and Rainer Schettler 2-6, 3-6 in just 66 minutes.

Neither Leander nor Mahesh could put their game together against Germans who excelled both in service and their ground strokes.

Now, Leander and Mahesh will play the bronze medal match where they take on the losers of the second semifinals between Croatia and Chile.

The Germans never allowed their more fancied opponents to settle down. They broke the Indians' service in the fifth game and again in the seventh game to wrap up the first set at 6-2 in just 33 minutes.

The second set was no better as both Mahesh and Leander lost their service games to give the Germans the match in 66 minutes.

Men's third seed Carlos Moya of Spain crashed out of the Olympics singles tournament, beaten by the Chilean Nicolas Massu 6-2, 7-5 at the quarterfinal stage today.

Countryman Fernando Gonzalez also progressed into the semifinals with a 6-2, 2-6, 6-4 victory over eighth seed Sebastien Grosjean of France ensuring Chile of at least a bronze medal.

Massu and Gonzalez are also into the last four of the men's doubles.

In the women's matches, third seed Anastasia Myskina of Russia cruised into the semifinals with a 6-1, 6-2 win over No 11 Francesca Schiavone of Italy.

Japan's eighth seed Ai Sugiyama bowed out in a 4-6, 4-6 defeat to Alicia Molik of Australia. 

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Prasad goes down fighting

Athens, August 19
Seasoned Satyadev Prasad came tantalisingly close to upsetting menís top seed Im Dong Hyun of South Korea before losing 165-167 on the last arrow in a dramatic duel as Indiaís challenge came to an end in individual archery competition at the Olympic Games here today.

Prasad, who turns 26 next month, looked in his elements as he led his formidable opponent 139-138 at the end of the fifth and penultimate series, before Im displayed superb concentration and accuracy to reverse the course of the pre-quarterfinal in the last series.

The Korean, who won the individual silver in the World Championship last year, levelled the score at 147 picking up nine points with his first arrow in the last series even as Prasad had to be satisfied with a nine-pointer.

Both archers then hit ten-pointers with the next arrow, as the fight went to the wire at the historic Panathinaiko Stadium. With the fate of the tie depending on the 18th and last shot, the Korean struck a nine, but Prasad apparently became a bundle of nerves and managed only seven points to bow out of the competition.

Prasad, who finished a lowly 48th in the ranking round before getting the better of Japanís Yuji Hamano and Ron van der Hoff of The Netherlands in the first two rounds, hit seven ten-pointers and also found the bullís eye once in the pulsating contest.

The Indian returned impressive scores of 26, 29, 26, 29 and 29 in the first five series. ó PTI

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Chance for Anjali to salvage pride

Athens, August 19
After her dream of a podium finish in her pet 10-metre air rifle was shattered by a nightmarish performance, the 50-metre sports rifle 3 position at the Markopoulo Shooting Centre tomorrow will be the last chance for Anjali Bhagwat to redeem pride and emulate fellow shooter Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore. ó UNI

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IOA announces Rs 11 lakh for Rathore

Athens, August 19
The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has announced a cash award of Rs 11 lakh for ace shooter Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, who became the first Indian since Independence to win an Olympic silver medal.

IOA President Suresh Kalmadi announced it at a party thrown in honour of the marksman at a local restaurant here last night. ó UNI

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Indians 18th in sailing

Athens, Aug 19
The Indian sailing duo of Malav Shroff and Sumeet Patel were placed 18th at the end of the fourth race of the 49er (double handed dinghy open) in the Olympic Games regatta here today. Wild card entrants Shroff and Patel logged 69 penalty points after being placed 17th (following disqualification of Poland and Italy), 19th, 18th and 15th (all provisional) in the second to fourth races. ó PTI

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Pakistan thrash Korea 3-0

Athens, August 19
Pakistan scored a convincing 3-0 win over South Korea to take one more stride towards a semifinal berth from group A in the Olympic menís hockey competition here today.

In the clash between two top Asian teams, Pakistan, aiming for a gold medal after 20 years, played a scratchy first half but regrouped in the second to inflict a humiliating defeat on the Sydney Olympic silver medallists.

Rehan Butt, Shakeel Abbasi and Sohail Abbas scored the goals for Pakistan to take their teamís points tally to six from three outings.

Pakistan, who last won the gold at the 1984 Los Angeles games, looked out of sorts in the first half preferring to get the measure of their wily opponents.

But the Koreans also lacked the understanding and penetration to trouble the Pakistanis as both teams were unable to make any brilliant moves.

But the breather seemed to do wonders for the Pakistanis as they went on the offensive from the word go and launched attacks from both flanks on the Korean goal.

But it was a lucky deflection by centre forward Rehan Butt which broke the deadlock, as he barely connected a free hit from Abbas.

With the Koreans pressing for an equaliser, the Pakistanis resorted to fast-paced counter-attacks and the move paid off as Abbasi capped off a brilliant move from Butt in the 56th minute.

Penalty corner specialist Abbas made it 3-0 when he converted the teamís third penalty corner five minutes from time to take the game away from the Koreans.

Earlier, Karel Klaver scored the winner in the penultimate minute as defending champions the Netherlands fought back to defeat South Africa 3-2.

The Dutch, seeking a hat-trick of Olympic golds, were stung by two goals from Steven Evans and Ian Symonds which put the South Africans 2-0 ahead by the 23rd minute.

But a disputed penalty corner goal by Geert-Jan Derikx six minutes before the interval and two in the second half by Teun de Nooijer and Klaver helped the Dutch take full points from the match.

It was the third successive victory for the Netherlands in group B, while the South Africans would consider themselves unlucky to miss out. They are stuck on three points from as many games.

Evans provided the perfect opening for South Africa when he beat the Dutch goalkeeper with a stinging reverse hit from the top of the circle in the 16th minute.

Symons made it 2-0 soon after when he deflected in a penalty corner, only to see a disputed goal spark the Dutch fightback. ó Agencies

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Hamm stands tall despite fall

US gymnast Paul Hamm waves to spectators after winning the gold medal in the individual all-round final
US gymnast Paul Hamm waves to spectators after winning the gold medal in the individual all-round final on Wednesday. ó Reuters photo

Athens, August 19
After falling onto the edge of the judgesí table on the landing of his vault, Paul Hamm put on two of the most spectacular routines of his career to win a gold medal last night in the menís individual all-round - the first ever by a US man and only the second ever by an American.

Needing a 9.825 on high bar, his best event, to tie Kim Dae-eun of South Korea for gold, Hamm was dazzling. The highlight of his routine were his three straight release moves, and he did it to perfection.

Hamm, the reigning world champion, threw himself up and over the bar, catching it on the way down once, twice and then a third time, soaring higher with each toss. As he caught the bar the third time, the crowd roared.

Hammís dismount was perfect, and he hit the mat with a solid thud. Knowing the gold was his, Hamm thrust his fists into the air and threw his head back. He waved at the crowd and then sprinted off the podium clapping his hands while his coach, Miles Avery, jumped up and down on the sideline.

The celebrations were just beginning. When Hammís score of 9.837 flashed, the arena went into a frenzy.

Hammís triumph ended 52 years of Soviet and Asian domination of the menís all-round competition and vindicated the USAís decision to completely revamp their training methods.

Since 1952, the menís all-round gold had belonged exclusively to gymnasts from the former Soviet Union, Japan or China.

Before Hammís come-from-behind win, the US menís team had won only one all-round medal in Olympic history ó a silver for Peter Vidmar on home ground in Los Angeles in 1984 when the Soviet Union boycotted the games. ó AP, Reuters

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TT: Chinese top seeds ousted

Athens, August 19
Chinese top seeds Niu Jianfeng and Guo Yue lost 4-2 to compatriots Wang Nan and Zhang Yining in the womenís doubles table tennis semi-finals today. The two Chinese pairs, seeded one and two, would almost certainly have met in the final had organisers not changed the rules so that teams from the same country were placed in the same half of the draw.

Wang, the Olympic singles and doubles champion, and Zhang will play South Korean third seeds Lee Eun-sil and Seok Eun-mi in the final after they thrashed compatriots Kim Bok-rae and Kim Kyung-ah 4-0 in the other semi-final.

In the menís doubles quarter-finals Chinese top seeds Chen Qi and Ma Lin polished off Polish pair Lucjan Blaszczyk and Tomasz Krzeszewski 4-1.

Swedenís Jan-Ove Waldner, the 38-year-old who upset Ma in the singles on Wednesday, was eliminated when he and partner Jorgen Persson lost 4-1 to Danes Michael Maze and Finn Tugwell.

Russiaís Dimitrij Mazunov and Alexei Smirnov beat South Korean fourth seeds Lee Chul-seung and Ryu Seung-min 4-1. ó Reuters

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Zhang gives China badminton gold

Athens, August 19
Zhang Ning beat Indonesian-born Mia Audina of the Netherlands 8-11, 11-6, 11-7 to give China the first gold medal of the Olympic badminton tournament today. Audina, who played for Indonesia before marrying a Dutch gospel singer and moving to Europe, fought her heart out ó saving two match points before having to settle for the second silver of her career.

She finished runner-up for Indonesia as a 16-year-old prodigy at the 1996 Atlanta games.

It was the first-ever badminton medal for the Dutch. Chinaís Zhou Mi took the bronze medal after beating compatriot and world number one Gong Ruina 11-2, 8-11, 11-6 in an earlier playoff. ó Reuters

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Popov fails to qualify in 50m

Athens, August 19
Two-time Olympic champion Alexander Popov of Russia and Pieter van den Hoogenband of the Netherlands, the 2000 bronze medalist, failed to qualify for the 50-metre freestyle semifinals today.

Popov (32), tied for 18th with a time of 22.58 seconds ó well off the world record of 21.64 he set in June 2000. Van den Hoogenband, the 100 free gold medalist, was 17th in 22.56 ó just three-hundredths of a second out of the 16th and last berth.

Gary Hall Jr, the defending Olympic champion, qualified with the fastest time. Hall, who tied teammate Anthony Ervin for gold at the Sydney Games and finished second to Popov in 1996, was clocked 22.04.

Frederick Bousquet of France was second in 22.24 and Bart Kizierowski of Poland was third in 22.26.

The results were as surprising as the 100 free, when Popov was eliminated in the semifinals Popov became the first man to win consecutive 50 freestyle Olympic titles when he won at Barcelona in 1992 and at Atlanta four years later.

Van den Hoogenband blamed his failure in the 50 on the exciting aftermath of his victory in the 100 freestyle yesterday night. He got about four hoursí sleep, staring at the ceiling of his room before stepping out on the balcony to see the sights.

ďI was not focused. I knew this could happen,Ē the Dutchman said. ďYesterday I was so happy. I donít care about the 50.Ē

Van den Hoogenband could hardly make his way around the athletesí village, the bus and the pool without being stopped by admirers.

In the menís 100 butterfly, Ian Crocker of the United States qualified from first place in 52.03. Andriy Serdinov of Ukraine was second in 52.05, ahead of Michael Phelps, in 52.35. Geoff Huegill of Australia, the 2000 bronze medalist, was fifth.

In the womenís 800 freestyle, Laure Manaudou of France, who won the 400 freestyle in Athens, qualified first in 8:25.91 and Rebecca Cooke of Britain was second in 8:28.47.

The United States has won the event in five straight Olympics, including consecutive titles by Janet Evans in 1988 and 1992, whose 15-year-old world record still stands, and Brooke Bennett, who won in 1996 and 2000, but didnít make the team for Athens. ó AP

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Moya crashes out, Chile bag bronze

Athens, August 19
Men's third seed Carlos Moya of Spain crashed out of the Olympics singles tournament, beaten by the Chilean Nicolas Massu 6-2, 7-5 at the quarterfinal stage today.

Countryman Fernando Gonzalez also progressed into the semifinals with a 6-2, 2-6, 6-4 victory over eighth seed Sebastien Grosjean of France ensuring Chile of at least a bronze medal.

Massu and Gonzalez are also into the last four of the men's doubles.

In the women's matches, third seed Anastasia Myskina of Russia cruised into the semifinals with a 6-1, 6-2 win over No 11 Francesca Schiavone of Italy.

Japan's eighth seed Ai Sugiyama bowed out in a 4-6, 4-6 defeat to Alicia Molik of Australia. ó DPA

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Ueno, Zviadauri win judo gold

Athens, August 19
Masae Ueno earned Japanís fifth Olympic gold medal in 10 events, taking the 70kg womenís judo event, while Zurab Zviadauri of Georgia won the menís 90kg category yesterday. Ueno, who hasnít been beaten since 2001 in major international competitions, is a two-time defending world champion.

The Japanese came into the tournament as a heavy favourite after last yearís world silver medallist, Regla Zulueta, defected to the USA from Cuba and could not compete at the Olympics.

In the final, Ueno met Edith Bosch of the Netherlands. The match featured a contrast in style and body types ó Ueno is short and stocky and Bosch is tall and lean. Ueno used her lower centre of gravity while Bosch made attacks from all angles. After two minutes, Ueno got the advantage and took the Dutch athlete down with an ippon ó or full takedown. ó AP

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J&K minister chef-de-mission

Srinagar, August 19
Jammu and Kashmir Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Nissar Ali will take over as the chef-de-mission of the Indian contingent at the Athens Olympic Games from August 22.

Ali has already left for Athens and will be in charge for the second half of the games, an official spokesman said.

All-India Football Federation President and Union Minister for Water Resources Priya Ranjan Dasmunshi, who was chef-de-mission for the first half of the games, has returned to New Delhi.

This is the first time that a minister from Jammu and Kashmir has been nominated by the Union Sports Ministry to head the Indian contingent. ó PTI

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Haryana eves enter last eight

Kapurthala, August 19
Strong contenders Haryana struggled to beat spirited Tamil Nadu 2-1 in the 17th Dhanoa Sub-Junior National Womenís Hockey Championship at the Guru Nanak Stadium here today. Haryana maintained their all-win record and advanced to the quarterfinal knockout stage.

Haryana controlled the game in the midfield. They forced 12 penalty corners in reply to three by Tamil Nadu. However, the Haryana girls, trained by former Indian coach Baldev Singh, could convert only one penalty corner when Anshul sounded the board with a direct powerful shot in the 19th minute. Earlier, centre forward Ritu Rani had given Haryana the lead with a field goal in the 13th minute.

Tamil Nadu tried hard to score and their efforts bore fruit in the 31st minute when inside-right Ramaihiaha caught the Haryana defence on the wrong foot before scoring a field goal. The second session proved unproductive as no team could convert the chances that came their way.

Delhi commenced their group F league programme with an easy 5-0 victory over Andhra Pradesh, who had trounced Bhopal 11-0 in their opening outing.

Delhi centre forward Savita (11th and 44th minutes) contributed one goal in each half. Outside-right Seema had put them ahead in the 10th minute. Right half Bubly (27th minute, penalty corner) and Sushila (49th minute) also scored one goal each. ó UNI 

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SAI testing lab comes under cloud
Abhijit Chatterjee
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 19
Doping has been the bane of international weightlifting over the years. At the Sydney Olympics four years ago, Bulgarian lifters had to forgo three gold medals after they tested positive. At the World Weightlifting Championships in 2003, as many as 11 lifters from 10 countries were detected for using dope, including a lifter from China who had broken the then existing world record in the 75kg category.

Among the lifters tested positive at Athens was Indiaís Pratima Kumari, who was scheduled to take part in the 63kg category yesterday along with Sydney Olympics bronze medallist Karnam Malleswari.

But the question is: why could not the Sports Authority of India (SAI) dope testing laboratory in New Delhi, where all Indian lifters who were bound for Athens were subjected to testing, detect that Pratima, winner of two gold medals at the Manchester Commonwealth Games in 2002, was using some banned substance? And that too when the Indian Olympic Association is seeking IOC recognition for the New Delhi laboratory. But even for this the IOA had a ready reply: while the New Delhi laboratory only tested the urine samples of the athletes, at Athens the lifters were subjected to a blood test. Then are we to assume that this facility is not available at the SAI laboratory?

Prior to taking part in the Olympics, the Indian lifters ó incidentally all were women, with no male lifter having qualified ó practised for over 50 days in Belarus at the insistence of Belarussian coach Leonid Taranenko, who was of the opinion that the facilities at the SAIís Bangalore centre were not up to the mark. The Weightlifting Federation of India agreed to the proposal but added a rider: the lifters had to come back to India, undergo a dope test and then go to Athens. But even this precaution failed to catch the cheater!

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India to host junior handball meet

Athens, August 19
Top Asian teams, including China, Japan and Korea, are expected to participate in the Asian Junior Handball Championship for boys and girls to be held at Hyderabad from September 8 to 17, Mr SM Bali, Secretary, Amateur Handball Federation of India, announced here last night. ó TNS

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COUNTRY GOLD SILVER  BRONZE Total
United States 14 11 10 35
China 14 9 6 29
Japan 9 4 2 15
Australia 7 5 7 19
Ukraine 5 1 1 7
Italy 4 5 3 12
France 4 3 4 11
Germany 4 2 7 13
Russia 3 8 10 21
Turkey 3 0 1 4
Korea 2 6 3 11
Netherlands 2 5 4 11
Hungary 2 3 1 6
Romania 2 0 2 4
Greece 2 0 1 3
Poland 1 2 1 4
Slovakia 1 2 1 4
Belarus 1 1 1 3
Georgia 1 1 0 2
South Africa 1 1 0 2
Bulgaria 1 0 2 3
Thailand 1 0 2 3
Switzerland 1 0 1 2
U Arab Emirates 1 0 0 1
Great Britain 0 3 4 7
Austria 0 3 0 3
DPR Korea 0 2 1 3
Cuba 0 1 5 6
Czech Republic 0 1 1 2
Zimbabwe 0 1 1 2
India 0 1 0 1
Indonesia 0 1 0 1
Kazakhstan 0 1 0 1
Portugal 0 1 0 1
Serbia/Monteneg 0 1 0 1
Spain 0 1 0 1
Azerbaijan 0 0 2 2
Belgium 0 0 2 2
Brazil 0 0 2 2
Denmark 0 0 2 2
Argentina 0 0 1 1
Canada 0 0 1 1
Colombia 0 0 1 1
Croatia 0 0 1 1
Israel 0 0 1 1
Mongolia 0 0 1 1
Slovenia 0 0 1 1

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