A controversial men's 800 metres final saw all three medallists disqualified in the Asian Games here.
In a barely quarter-full stadium, Saudi Arabia's Mohammed Abdulaziz, Qatar's Musaab Bala and Bahrain's Abraham Rotich were all disqualified after finishing first, second and third respectively.
Abdulaziz's disqualification came after he was adjudged to have been guilty of obstruction, while the latter two were penalised for lane violations.
The bad news for the podium men was great news for those in fourth, fifth and sixth, as Iraq's Adnan Almntfage, China's Teng Haining, and Qatar's Jamal Hairane moved into first, second and third respectively.
Former Asian Games champion and 2009 world 1500m champion Yusuf Saad Kamel, who switched allegiances from Kenya to Bahrain in 2003, was a non-finisher in the race, meaning only four athletes will receive official times for the event.
Qatari's Femi Ogunode sealed the sprint double after winning the men's 200m in an Asian Games record time of 20.14sec this evening.
The Nigerian-born convicted drugs cheat is quite the controversial figure at these Games, but has a double gold to his name for the second Asian Games in succession, having taken 200 and 400m gold in Guangzhou in 2010.
Kazakhstan's London 2012 Olympic triple jump champion Olga Rypakova was back in action after 18 months away through maternity leave.
She added her third Asian Games title, second in the triple-jump, with a penultimate jump of 14.32 metres, beating Uzbekistan's Aleksandra Kotlyarova and Kazakhstan team mate Irina Ektova.
Today marked the final of day of wrestling action at the Asian Games, and a good one it was for the hosts.
World champions Ryu Han-Soo and Kim Hyeon-Woo bagged their first Asian Games gold medals as they topped the 66 kilogram and 75kg Greco-Roman divisions respectively.
Ryu's victory came courtesy of points in a tense battle with London 2012 bronze medallist Ryutaro Matsumoto of Japan, while reigning Olympic champion Kim defeated Japan's Takehiro Kanakubo to seal the Asian Games title
South Korea had competitors in each of the four wrestling gold medal finals this evening, in fact, with Lee Se-Yeol and Kim Yong-Min losing to Uzbekitan's Rustam Assakalovand Kazakhstan's Nurmakhan Tinaliev in the 85kg and 130kg categories respectively.
Following the controversy surrounding the boxing, where India and Mongolia lodged protests over the judges' decisions in their bouts against South Korean opponents, five-time world champion Mary Kom lifted gold for the Indian contingent as she beat Kazakhstan's Zhaina Shekrbekova in the women's flyweight division.
Earlier, Sarita Devi has refused to accept her bronze medal during a ceremony for the women's lightweight medallists, amid protests over the awarding of her semi-final bout to her South Korean opponent Jina Park.
The final two women's boxing events, lightweight and middleweight, were won by China's Yin Junhua and North Korea's Unhui Jang respectively.
More medal success was to come for South Korea in the hockey final as the host's women's contingent picked up gold for the first time since 1988, with the victory over China gaining them a berth at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
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