Japan's Kosuke Hagino competes in the final of the men's 200m individual medley swimming event during the 17th Asian Games at the Munhak Park Tae-hwan Aquatics Centre in Incheon on September 22, 2014. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ
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Japanese swimming star Kosuke Hagino gave another glimpse of his vast potential by winning two more Asian Games gold medals Monday, while food safety was an issue after the dangerous bacteria salmonella was found in athletes' lunches.China, which finished top of the medal standings at the last eight Asian Games, finally pulled clear at the top of the table after being matched gold for gold by hosts South Korea on the first two days of competition.The Chinese have won 26 golds ahead of South Korea's 14, with Japan on 13 in third place. A total of 439 golds will be handed out in 36 sports at the Games, which close on Oct. 4 .The South Korean women's 25m pistol team also won gold, adding to the 12 golds South Korea took in the first two days of the competition.
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