|October 3, 2023||Asian Games 2023|
Find out the order standings from the 19th Asian Games, which are held in Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China from 23 September to 8 October.
More than 12,000 athletes from all 45 members of the Olympic Council of Asia will particiapte in the 19th Asian Games, which take place in Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China from 23 September to 8 October.
The Games’ inaugural breaking competition will be held on 6 and 7 October at Gongshu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium. Here’s the full schedule and how to watch the action live.
The Asian Games will open a new chapter in its decades old story on Friday( 6 October) when breaking will debut on its stage.
Breaking joins the Asian Games programme ahead of the cotillion sport’s demoiselle Olympic appearance coming summer in Paris.
Hangzhou is further than just a tune- up for that, with the men’s and women’s gold medallists securing a share at Paris 2024.
The favourites to come the initial Asian Games titleholders are from Japan, who have brought over a strong quintet off the heels of the WDSF World Breaking Crowns in Leuven, Belgium.
The men’s citation quarterfinalist there, Shigekix, will be nothing short of disappointed should he not eclipse the tribune in Hangzhou, with Issin, second in the Japanese pecking order, potentially a trouble to his winning.
Wing Heonwoo of the Republic of Korea and Kazakhstan’s Amir will also probably contend. From the People’s Republic of China, look forX-Rain to make a run with the home crowd behind him.
The women’s competition is shaping up to be a three- way duel between China’s own 671, or Liu Qingyi, and Japanese B- Girls Ami and Ayumi, who won tableware at the World’s last month.
Competition begins on Friday( 6 October) with thepre-selection and round robin with the gold- order battle the following day.