The Asian Games gets underway on Friday in Incheon in South Korea ahead of 15 days in which 13, athletes from 45 nations will compete in 36 different sports. There are separate events on show—significantly more than the Olympics—with sports ranging from athletics and swimming to baseball and cricket, kabaddi and sepaktakraw. China's athletes make up approximately 10 percent of the competitors on show at the 17th Asian Games and look set to dominate proceedings in terms of medals. Read on for further information for the sporting extravaganza including live-streaming and scheduling information as well as predictions. The next closest nation in the medal tables was this year's hosts, South Korea, who won 76 golds and medals overall, while Japan came third.
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Asian Games 2014: Incheon Competition Schedule, Live Stream and Predictions
After a chaotic and sometimes controversial build-up, Indian athletes will gear up to challenge the best in the continent when the main competitions of the 18th Asian Games start on Sunday. Represented by athletes and officials, the Indian contingent will aim to better the showing at the previous Asiad in Incheon, South Korea, where they finished eighth with 11 gold, 10 silver and and 36 bronze medals. The best performance by India at the Asian Games came at the edition in Guangzhou, China where they finished sixth with 14 gold, 17 silver and 34 bronze. This year, around 12, athletes from 45 countries will compete in 40 disciplines. The main thrust of the Indian challenge is expected to come from athletics, wrestling, boxing and shooting.
Asian Games has turned out to be a success for the Indian contingent. With still four days to go India has bagged a total of 50 medals which include nine golds, 19 silvers and 22 bronze. After a successful Day 10 of the Asiad, the Indian sportspeople are all set to shine on Day