A Closing Ceremony full of traditional Korean song and dance at the Munhak Stadium in Incheon brought the 2014 Asian Para Games to a close today.
Following an evening of spectacular performances from local dance groups and artists, Asian Paralympic Committee President Datuk Zainal Abu Zarin officially closed the quadrennial event before extinguishing the Incheon 2014 torch.
The next Asian Para Games are due take place in four years time in the Indonesian capital Jakarta.
Shouts of "Annyeonghi Gyeseyo" (Goodbye Incheon 2014) and until "We Meet Again in Jakarta in 2018" could be heard emanating from pockets around the arena during the Ceremony.
Paralympic champion Rahman added two kilograms to his own record with his second lift of 287kg at the Moonlight Festival Garden venue in Incheon before an effort of 290kg secured the title.
With gold already assured, the Iranian powerhouse pumped his arms up to 292kg to once again raise the world record mark.
His compatriot Mansour Pourmirzaei managed 255kg, enough to secure silver ahead of South Korea's Keun-Bae Chun.
Over at the Asiad Main Stadium earlier, the athletics competition came to a close with five Asian records set, four of them by the all-conquering Chinese.
Lin Zhu was the first to register with a time of 25.55sec in the women's T13 200 metres followed by Hao Wang in the men's T47 400m, crossing the line in a time of 49.25.
Two Asian records fell in the women's T11/12 400m as Cuiqing Liu, a T11 athlete, won gold in 57.75, ahead of compatriot Guohua Zhou, a T12 athlete, in 58.45.
Further Chinese success came in the form of men's T53 400m winner Huzhao Li, Qichao Sun in the men's T12 400m and Yang Liwan in the women's F53/54 shot put.
The final Asian record fell in the men's T13 400m as Uzbekistan's Fakhriddin Khamraev powered his way to gold in a time of 50.19 ahead of defending champion Bingbing Jiang of China.
Iran's Farzad Sepahvand won the men's F44 men's discus while Japan's Tadashi Horikoshi secured victory in the men's T12 1500m.
Meanwhile Thailand picked up two wins in the form of Rawat Tana in the men's T54 1500m and Kitsana Jorchuy in the men's T11 400m.
Myanmar celebrated its first gold of the Games on the last day of competition as Win Kyaw Kyaw secured a memorable win in the men's T44 400m.
China topped the athletics medals table overall, winning 104 medals of which 67 were gold, with Iran second with 73 medals and 21 gold and Japan third, accruing 43 medals and 14 gold.
It was the same story in the final wheelchair fencing events in Incheon as both the Chinese men's foil and épée teams topped the podium to claim five of the six men's gold medals on offer.
In the final of the men's and women's goalball competitions it was a shoot-out between China and Iran in both finals.
Two goals from Wei Zhang helped China prevail 3-1 in the women's decider with bronze going to Japan courtesy of a 6-1 win over Thailand.
Meanwhile, it was a different story in the men's gold medal match as a rampant Iran racked up 10 goals without reply to clinch the title in emphatic style.
A last minute defensive slip saw Japan snatch victory over South Korea in the bronze medal match after a pulsating affair saw the hosts hold a 6-3 lead at one stage.
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