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Korea, China share day's honours

LUDHIANA: Korea and China shared the honours in the individual pursuit events as Jang Sun Jae won the men's 4-km race, while Liu Youngli triumphed in the women's section, over 3 km, in the Asian cycling championship at the Punjab Agricultural University campus here on Thursday.

Korea led the medals tally with eight gold, six silver and six bronze. China was second at four gold and one silver medal, while Iran (1-1-1) was a distant third.

The results: Individual pursuit:

Men: 1. Jang Sun Jae (Kor) 4:42.918; 2. Alexey Lalko (Kaz) 4:55.001; 3. Joo Hyun Woo (Kor) 4:53.261.

Women: 1. Liu Youngli (Chn) 3:56.475; 2. Hang Song Hee (Kor) 4:01.290; 3. Gu Sun Eun (Kor) 4:05.170.

Junior men: 1. Hwang In Hyeok (Kor) 3:32.733; 2. Berik Kupeshov (Kaz) 3:36.310; 3. Hossein Nateghi (Irn) 3:34.830.

Junior women: 1. Chen Jing (Chn) 2:33.955s; 2. So Hee Jung (Kor) 2:42.500; 3. Lyubob Domitsky (Kaz) 2:49.270.

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