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Qatar's Femi Ogunode broke the 10-second mark at the Asian Games for the first time, splashing his way through the rain to 100-meter gold Sunday, while South Korea's big-hitting baseball team finally overcame stubborn Taiwan to win a tense final 6-3 .After nine days of competition, China are out of sight at the top of the medals table on 105 golds.South Korea, who have finished runners-up at the last four Games, look likely to do so again after finishing the day with 42 golds, eight more than Japan.The Northeast Asian rivals went head-to-head in the quarterfinals of the men's football tournament Sunday, with the hosts coming out on top 1-0 after scoring a late penalty kick.South Korea, who also beat Taiwan in the 2010 final in Guangzhou, have now won four of the six baseball golds since the sport was introduced to the Games in 1994 .Badminton world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei missed his last chance to win Asian Games gold after falling to his great adversary, Lin Dan, in the semifinals Sunday.The 31-year-old is winding down a career that has seen him win more than 50 career titles and crowned the world's top player, but the search for that elusive major title goes on.
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