Japan claims Gold….. But not what you’d expect

Japan maintained its grip on second place on the medal table with gold medals coming from some unlikely and lesser-known sports on Monday, the Asian Games' 10th day.   With just six days remaining, Japan, with 43 gold, 36 silver and 57 bronze, has consolidated its position, well behind China's 86 gold, but seemingly locked into second ahead of South Korea which has 28.   Mirai Ishimoto delivered a win in women's bowling masters, leading both preliminary rounds and then clinching the final with 481 points, eight ahead of the silver medalist from South Korea.   [caption id="attachment_167488" align="aligncenter" width="650"] Photo credit to: https://www.bowlingdigital.com[/caption]   The... Register/Login

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