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  • Masterclass: South Korea taekwondoin Lee Dae-hoon shakes hands with Iran’s Amir mohammad Bakhshikalhori after winning a gold medal in the men’s 68 kilogram taekwondo final in Jakarta. JP/PJ Leo

    Masterclass: South Korea taekwondoin Lee Dae-hoon shakes hands with Iran’s Amir mohammad Bakhshikalhori after winning a gold medal in the men’s 68 kilogram taekwondo final in Jakarta. JP/PJ Leo

  • Happy dance: Edidiong Odiong of Bahrains shows her happiness after winnging gold in the women's 100 meters. JP/PJ Leo

    Happy dance: Edidiong Odiong of Bahrains shows her happiness after winnging gold in the women's 100 meters. JP/PJ Leo

  • Sweet victory: The Iran women's kabaddi team celebrates its win. The sport, which originated on the Indian sub-continent, is sort of a cross between wrestling, rugby and the playground game of tag. JP/PJ Leo

    Sweet victory: The Iran women's kabaddi team celebrates its win. The sport, which originated on the Indian sub-continent, is sort of a cross between wrestling, rugby and the playground game of tag. JP/PJ Leo

  • Victorious: Indonesia Karateka Rifki Ardiansyah Arrosyid reacts after winning the men's 60 kilogram kumite final against Mahdi Zadeh Amir from Iran in Jakarta. JP/ Seto Wardhana

    Victorious: Indonesia Karateka Rifki Ardiansyah Arrosyid reacts after winning the men's 60 kilogram kumite final against Mahdi Zadeh Amir from Iran in Jakarta. JP/ Seto Wardhana

  • Pride of the nation: Indonesia martial artist Hendy (Left) and his partner Yola Primadona Jampil cry tears of joy after winning gold in the pencak silat men's doubles final. JP/PJ Leo

    Pride of the nation: Indonesia martial artist Hendy (Left) and his partner Yola Primadona Jampil cry tears of joy after winning gold in the pencak silat men's doubles final. JP/PJ Leo

  • Trough the pain: Indonesia shuttler Anthony Sinisuka Ginting (left) lies on the court after succumbing to an injury during the men's team badminton final against Shi Yuqi from China at the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex in Central Jakarta last Wednesday. JP/Seto Wardhana

    Trough the pain: Indonesia shuttler Anthony Sinisuka Ginting (left) lies on the court after succumbing to an injury during the men's team badminton final against Shi Yuqi from China at the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex in Central Jakarta last Wednesday. JP/Seto Wardhana

  • Elation: South Korea fencer Choi Soo-Yeon screams during the women's saber team semifinal match between South Korea and Japan at the 2018 Asian Games. South Korea won 45-25. JP/Seto Wardhana

    Elation: South Korea fencer Choi Soo-Yeon screams during the women's saber team semifinal match between South Korea and Japan at the 2018 Asian Games. South Korea won 45-25. JP/Seto Wardhana

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