Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Vietnam gains more silver in 16th Asian Games

Vietnamese wushu artist Nguyen Thanh Tung gained the third silver medal for Vietnam on the fourth day of the 16th Asian Games (ASIAD).
He scored 8.67 points on the morning of November 16, ranking behind the Chinese with the highest score of 9.9. Later the same day, Tung scored 9.65 points, giving him enough points to place second and bag a silver medal.
Vietnam now ranks 14th in the medal tally with three silvers and three bronzes.
China is in the lead with 105 medals, including 62 golds, 22 silvers and 21 bronzes, followed by the Republic of Korea and Japan.

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