Google depicts Asian Games 2018 through a beautiful doodle

Aug 18 2018 01:28 PM
Google depicts Asian Games 2018 through a beautiful doodle

Asian Games 18th edition is going to start in Indonesia from Saturday. On this occasion, Google has celebrated the Asian Games 2018 by creating a doodle. Google has introduced Asian Games in Slideshows in their doodles. Games like weightlifting, archery and football are shown. This will be the first time that Asian Games will be organized in two cities. This event, which will run till September 2, will have 67 contests for 40 games. India, Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Boling, Bridge, Canoe-Kayak, Cycling, Fencing, Gymnastics, Golf, Handball, Hockey, Judo, Kabaddi, Karate, Kurash, Pencak Silat, Roller Sports, Tennis, Taekwondo, Soft Tennis, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Weightlifting, Wrestling and Wushu are participating in almost 36 games.

In the National Museum of Indonesian city Jakarta, which hosts the 18th edition of Asian Games, free admission will be given to the players and officers coming to participate in these games. This information has been given on the Asian Games website. 

Meanwhile, the richest person in the world, Michael Bambang, will be the oldest athlete to participate in the 18th Asian Games. Bambang is 78 years old and will take part in the bridge game. Bambang and his brother Budi have consistently topped the list of top 10 richest people in Indonesia for the last 10 years in the list of Cartoon Forbes Magazine.

Bambang has completed his two-month trial in Europe and the United States for the preparation of Asian Games. The opening ceremony of the Asian Games will be celebrated today. The opening ceremony of the Asian Games will start at 5.30 pm IST. After this, the parade of teams from competing countries will emerge. The ceremony will end at 9 pm.

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