Five things we never expected to see during the Asian Games

ESPN picks out five results -- one each from athletics, TT, kabaddi, gymnastics and badminton -- we didn't see coming at the 2018 Asian Games.

Dutee is the second-fastest athlete in Asia.
An Indian sprinter who was on par with the leader and holding off the challengers ran the entire critical 100-meter race at top speed. For decades, even generations, we had not witnessed that. Up to that point, Dutee Chand embodied suffering in every way. A lifetime's load, barred from competition in 2014 after her hypoandrogenism complaint to the IAAF took precedence over her athletic prowess. In the 2017 Asian Athletics Championship, she finished third with a drab 11.52, far off her personal best. Perhaps what was limited was our capacity for creativity. Dutee never had self-doubt. In contrast to larger, taller women, but over speed, five feet tall? breaking the 100m national record in June while running unrestricted for the first time in four years, one of Asia's