South Korea's Ha Jung-eun (R) and Kim Min-jung waiting after referees stopped their match over a dispute about allegedly losing a point intentionally during their women's doubles badminton match at the London Olympic Games. Photo: AFP South Korea's Ha Jung-eun (R) and Kim Min-jung waiting after referees stopped their match over a dispute about allegedly losing a point intentionally during their women's doubles badminton match at the London Olympic Games. Photo: AFP
South Korea's Ha Jung-eun (R) and Kim Min-jung waiting after referees stopped their match over a dispute about allegedly losing a point intentionally during their women's doubles badminton match at the London Olympic Games. Photo: AFP

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South Korea's Ha Jung-eun (R) and Kim Min-jung waiting after referees stopped their match over a dispute about allegedly losing a point intentionally during their women's doubles badminton match at the London Olympic Games. Photo: AFP South Korea's Ha Jung-eun (R) and Kim Min-jung waiting after referees stopped their match over a dispute about allegedly losing a point intentionally during their women's doubles badminton match at the London Olympic Games. Photo: AFP
South Korea's Ha Jung-eun (R) and Kim Min-jung waiting after referees stopped their match over a dispute about allegedly losing a point intentionally during their women's doubles badminton match at the London Olympic Games. Photo: AFP
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