You think judges and the host are getting slandered? Well then, please explain how on earth can they decide all in favor of the one who literally beaten so bad? Ordinary people who have no idea of giving points or all that scoring mechanism can even see who was the better one. Not only the better one but , as I said, was a better class! The whole world saw it. There is an another way to explain this "mysterious" decision by those judges but this one also rules out any justification: the judges were so incompetent to make a right decision. There is no way one would hire such incapable judges who don't know how to give points or evaluate a fair and honest decision. The best ones should be sitting there to make the right judgement about the athletes performances, and I am sure they were chosen based on their rank or status. And that fact leads the way back to my first allegation about being bribed. Shame on those judges and shame on AIBA (International Boxing Association)!
|Host country athlete gets the win even tough lost|
|Protest in social media|
Regardless what happened in the competition ? Seriously? It's like saying, "Just shut up and accept whatever you get!" Additionally he wrote , "In this regard, as the technical delegate, I had to request OCA to review this incident , so any boxer or athlete in other sports will not follow in her steps by respecting the spirit of fair-play and sportsmanship of the Olympic movement."
|The people around the world are outraged|
|A fair-play? Fuck you!|
They just ruined all the yearlong hard-work and effort of this Indian boxer, a potential gold winner, by a "finger-snapping", just like that. And all that was to save their reputation and image. I thought like many others that sport should serve the friendship and peace between the people from around the world and bring them closer to understand each other, but it has changed a lot "thanks to" those people in charge of the organisations like AIBA or OCA. Because of the lack to maintain the fair-play in competitions, the sport has become a "war without arms" between nations and a root of hatred towards each other. All countries and athletes who ever experienced such unfairness, should protest and change the rules and fire the ones who ignore this kind of shameless practice, otherwise it will not stop!
|Social media protest|
|Incheon = Incheat|
|Warning (Korean Embassy website)|
1. In the website of the Asian Games the name of Mongolia was written as Mongolia-China which perceived by Mongolians as an insult with intention. It's hard to believe that Koreans have such an ignorant people maintaining this website , without any knowledge or proper information about the countries competing in this Asian Games in South Korea. (They have it corrected later after complaining)
2. Mongolian flag was hoisted upside down. Again, careless action or a provocation? Mind to mention that no other countries' flag was raised upside down!
|Mongolian flag seen upside down (red circle)|
3. In the meal given to Mongolian athletes were found a used pad (or liner) with blood. Yes, I am talking about those liners women use during their monthly period! An accident? I don't think so. How would a used liner end up in the meal they served to our athletes? Why it was not in the meal served to athletes from other countries?
|A clean pad or liner|
Mongolian Facebook users share a photo-shopped picture of the Korean flag in protest of feeding Mongolian athletes with women's pads. Well, who would like to be fed like this? I don't buy the version that Korean female cooks threw their used pads into the food meant to be given to Mongolian athletes by mistake.
So, I feel insulted and the Koreans should blame or be angry at their own people who were in charge of this stupidity or initiated this idea of humiliating Mongolians. Here is the response to this offense - a picture showing Korean flag with used women-pads, all bloody.
One can say that Koreans running this Asian Games have disappointed also in securing a fair-play in some disciplines like boxing and wrestling (Check this out how they robbed Iranian wrestler the win) . Mongolian and Indian boxers were "robbed" of their wins by the judges who might be bribed by Korean officials. What else can it be (or how can you explain) that an athlete who dominated gets the lowest score while the host country-athlete (Korean athlete) who was hammered wins? ( Read more about this here .)
Doing a favor for the host country should be not that cheap because those judges put their reputation or position at risk by doing so, but the International Boxing Federation and the Organizing Committee of this Asian Games don't care. People comment on this: "If the bribe is right, you win the fight." Seems like it. Fair nations should protest this kind of "robbery" with one voice, otherwise your athlete might be the next victim. Besides, why compete if there is no fair play? Why bother to gather together and talk about friendship between nations and athletes?
According to the head official of the Mongolian athletes, the Organizing Committee of the Asian Games in Inchoen, South Korea have discussed about disqualifying all Mongolian athletes from the Games in response to the reaction of some Mongolian fans who in protest of unfair judgement threw water bottles to the floor and booed so loudly. Well, then we should maybe just leave this Asian Games and return all the medals to the Committee.
After all the incidents happened already and Mongolians have protested through their Embassy in South Korea, the Organizing Committee has sent an apology letter to our Embassy in South Korea, but the damage is done and the Koreans hurt their image and reputation badly. Shame on you, Korea! Boo-o-o!!
p.s. Unfortunately, those who were not treated fairly (India, Mongolia, Iran) reacted differently to this unacceptable behavior and practice by the ruling body and its executives (officials and judges). While Mongolia's officials protested and fought for justice and fairness defending own athletes, Indian officials were "ashamed" of Sarita's action. They say, "We cannot let her malign India's stature in front of the world media". Unbelievable!