With 481 gold medals up for grabs in 40 official and 61 unofficial events, the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games will have the most gold medals on the 27th, the fifth day of competition. According to the Hangzhou Asian Games Organizing Committee’s updated competition schedule on Tuesday, three days before the start of the Games, 47 gold medals will be awarded on the 27th, representing 9.8% of the Games’ total .Sailing alone has 14 gold medals, while the shooting (eight) and swimming management (seven) medal races are also golden. The second highest number of gold medals, 46, was awarded on October 7, the day before the Games closed. Badminton (5) and archery, wrestling, and karate (over 4) lead the final gold spurt of the Games. The day with the fewest gold medals is the 30th of this month, with 25 medalists, including seven in athletics, three in tennis, and two in weightlifting. The Korean athletes, who are aiming for a maximum of 50 gold medals to retain their third place in the overall standings, will be looking to sweep up to 12 gold medals, with six each in swimming and archery, and continue to strike gold in the strong disciplines of fencing, taekwondo and modern pentathlon (4+), soft tennis and go (3+), and badminton, golf, shooting, sports climbing, 카지노사이트 judo, and roller e-sports (2+).

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