China continued their dominance on Wednesday at the 2014 Asian Games in South Korea as they increased their lead at the top of the medal table having now claimed 131 gold medals.
However, Indian fans had something to cheer about also as MC Mary Kom became their first female boxer to win a gold medal at the Asian Games.
Meanwhile, the Philippines finally had an athlete atop the podium with Daniel Caluag prevailing in the BMX cycling event.
Read on for a fully updated medal table as well as a rundown of every medal handed out Wednesday across a variety of disciplines.
|Day 12 Medal Results|
|Women's 1m Springboard||Shi Tingmao (CHN)||Wang Han (CHN)||Kim Nami (KOR)|
|Men's 1m Springboard||He Chao (CHN)||He Chong (CHN)||Woo Haram (KOR)|
|Men's 50km Race Walk||Tanii Takayuki (JAP)||Park Chilsung (KOR)||Wang Zhendong (CHN)|
|Women's 100m Hurdles||Wu Shuijiao (CHN)||Sun Yawei (CHN)||Kimura Ayako (JAP)|
|Women's Triple Jump||Rypakova Olga (KAZ)||Kotlyarova Aleksandra (UZB)||Ektova Irina (KAZ)|
|Women's 800m||Mukesheva Margarita (KAZ)||Tintu Lukka (IND)||Zhao Jing (CHN)|
|Men's 800m||Almntfage Adnan Taes Agar (IRQ)||Teng Haining (CHN)||Hairane Jamal (QAT)|
|Women's 200m||Safronova Olga (KAZ)||Wei Yongli (CHN)||Fukushima Chisato (JPN)|
|Men's 200m||Ogunode Femi Seun (QAT)||Alsubaie Fahhad Mohammed H (KSA)||Yeo Hosua (KOR)|
|Women's Javelin Throw||Zhang Li (CHN)||Li Lingwei (CHN)||Annu Rani (IND)|
|Women's 400m Hurdles||Adekoya Oluwakemi Mujidat (BRN)||Kubokura Satomi (JPN)||Xiao Xia (CHN)|
|Men's 400m Hurdles||Khamis Ali Khamis Abbas Ali (BRN)||Kishimoto Takayuki (JPN)||Cheng Wen (CHN)|
|Women's Fly (48-51kg)||Hmangte Chungneijang Mery Kom (IND)||Shekerbekova Zhaina (KAZ)|
|Women's Light (57-60kg)||Park Jina (KOR)||Yin Junhua (CHN)|
|Women's Middle (69-75kg)||Jang Unhui (PRK)||Li Qian (CHN)|
|Men's Motos||Caluag Daniel Patrick (PHI)||Sampei Masahiro (JPN)||Zhu Yan (CHN)|
|Women's Motos||Carr Amanda Mildred (THA)||Lu Yan (CHN)||Peng Na (CHN)|
|J80 - Open Match Racing||Singapore||Korea||Japan|
|Women -46 kg||Kim Sohui (KOR)||Lin Wan Ting (TPE)|
|Women -57 kg||Hamada Mayu (JPN)||Lee Ahreum (KOR)|
|Men -80 kg||Khodabakhshi Mahdi (IRI)||Raflovich Maksim (UZB)|
|Men +87 kg Gold||Shokin Dmitriy (UZB)||Jo Cholho (KOR)|
|Men's Greco-Roman 66 kg||Matsumoto Ryutaro (JPN)||Ryu Hansu (KOR)|
|Men's Greco-Roman 75 kg||Kim Hyeonwoo (KOR)||Kanakubo Takehiro (JPN)|
|Men's Greco-Roman 85 kg||Assakalov Rustam (UZB)||Lee Seyeol (KOR)|
|Men's Greco-Roman 130 kg Gold Medal||Kim Yongmin (KOR)||Tinaliyev Nurmakhan (KAZ)|
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Mary Kom Makes History
India's Mary Kom reasserted her place as one of her country's sporting superstars when she claimed their first-ever boxing gold in Korea.
She fought off Kazakhstan's Zhaina Shekerbekova in the 51kg category, coming from behind to claim a historic 2-0 victory.
The 31-year-old mother of three was facing up to an opponent six years her junior, and initially Mary Kom was outwitted by Shekerbekova, the Kazakh prevailing in the first round.
However, the London 2012 Olympic bronze medallist changed her approach and soon gained the upper hand on her opponent through pure aggression. She was the clear winner come the bout's end.
India's women's cricket captain Mithali Raj summed up the sentiments of her country towards the so-called "Magnificent Mary":
Indeed, it was a categorical victory and a day of history for India at the Asian Games in Incheon.
Japan Upset in Women's Football
Defending women's football gold medallists Japan were upset in their final on Wednesday as North Korea took the top prize with a 3-1 victory.
The Japanese were significantly outplayed as goals from Kim Yun-Mi and captain Ra Un-Sim took the North Koreans into a 2-0 lead before Aya Miyama pulled one back.
Ho Un Byol sealed the win late on to confirm her side's revenge on the Japanese for beating them in the final four years ago. The women's final also included these two sides in 2006, the Koreans prevailing on that occasion.
Winning coach Kim Kwang-Min commented on the local support his side received in Incheon, per dnaindia.com:
"South Koreans cheered for us and when I looked at them I realised we are one people, and I saw their desire for unification."
The hosts themselves beat Vietnam to claim the bronze in the women's competition, and Thursday sees the two Korean countries go head-to-head in the men's gold-medal match in what should be a terrific encounter.