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Guangzhou Asian Games: One of the best ever in history

11-28-2010 12:48 BJT Special Report:Guangzhou Asian Games |

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Olympic Council of Asia president Sheik Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah has hailed the Guangzhou Asian Games as one of the best in the events history. He also praised athletes from the DPRK and South Korea for their sportsmanship, despite the tensions that erupted between the two nations during the Games.

Sheik Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah, President of Olympic Council of Asia, said, "We can announce it officially. The games have been a success and it is one of our best games ever in the history of the Asian movement....Here we are sport people and we showed that there is no animosity in the sport. And you can follow up the athletes from the two countries have participated shoulder to shoulder without any problem in our Asian Games although they have some problem in their countries."

Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, president of the Olympic Council of Asia, hails
the Guangzhou Asiad "a huge success" and "the best ever" in history at the
Haixinsha Island in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, on Nov. 27,
2010. (Xinhua Photo)

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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