Earlier today fans in Incheon saw the finals of the boxing at the 2014 Asian games. The highly controversial tournament, which has seen fighters from various countries complain about the generally awful decisions. It's those awful decision which have certainly helped some countries with their success today, notably South Korea themselves, a country who picked up 2 Gold medals, their first since 2002 and Kazakhstan who had a sensational end to the competition.
49kg Shin Jong-Hun KOR (3:0) Birzhan Zhakipov KZK
The first of the 2 gold medals for South Korea went to Shin Jong-Hun who out pointed well regarded Kazakh opponent Birzhan Zhakipov. The win for Shin is a major one for the country and for the fighter himself, though it's also one which will anger Filipino fans who feel Shin got the opportunity that should have gone to their fighter whose loss in the semi-final was highly controversial.
52kg Ilyas Suleymanov KZK (2:1) Shahobiddin Zoirov UZB
The second final saw Kazakhstan taking their first gold medal as Ilyas Suleymanov over-came Uzbekistan's Shahobiddin Zoirov is the first of two finals with fighters from these countries.
56kg Han Sang-Myeong KOR (3:0) Zhang Jiawei CHN
South Korea claimed their second gold courtesy of Han Sang-Myeong who over-came China's sole representative in the final, Zhang Jiawei.
60kg Dorjnyambuu Otgondalai MGL (2:1) Charlie Suarez PHI
Mongolian Dorjnyambuu Otgondalai claimed his country's sole boxing gold as he defeat Filipino star Charlie Suarez. Suarez, the only Filipino to reach the final made a great account of himself through the tournament and we'll be hoping to see him turn pro in the coming years.
64kg Wuttichai Masuk THA (2:1) Lim Hyun-Chul KOR
Thailand's only finalist Wuttichai Masuk claimed a gold for his country as he surprisingly over-came South Korean Lim Hyun-Chul in a close decision. Lim was one of 2 South Korean's to lose in the final.
69kg Daniyar Eleusinov KZK (3:0) Israil Madrimov UZB
Kazakhstan claimed their second gold as Daniyar Eleusinov out pointed Israil Madrimov making it 2-0 for Kazakhstan against Uzbekistan
75kg Zhanibek Alimkhanuly KZK (3:0) Odai Alhindawi JRD
Kazakhstan added a third gold medal to their collection as Zhanibek Alimkhanuly out pointed Jordan's Odai Alhindaw who took his countries sole boxing silver medal.
81kg Adilbek Niyazimbetov KZK (2:1) Kim Hyeong-Kyu KOR
Another gold went to Kazakhstan as Adilbek Niyazimbetov out pointed Sout Korean Kim Hyeong-Kyu in a bout that was scored relatively closely by the judges.
91kg Anton Pinchuk KZK (3:0) Ali Mazaheri IRN
The 5th gold for Kazakhstan went to Anton Pinchuk as he out pointed Iran's Ali Mazaheri in the first, of two, Kazakhstan Vs Iran matches.
+91kg Ivan Dychko KZK (3:0) Jassem Delavary IRN
The final bout of the competition saw the very highly touted Ivan Dychko claim another medal for Kazakhstan as he dominated Jassem Delavary in a clear win. Dychko is clearly a talented fighter and we'd love to see him turn professional in the next year or two, though it is looking unlikely at the moment.
(Results courtesy of http://amateur-boxing.strefa.pl)
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