Lifting weights and then taking one gold and one silver to finish the match perfectly, China ranks first in the “double list” over half of the time
Xinhua News Agency, Tokyo, August 30th (Reporters Zhao Jiantong, Dong Yixing, Hu Jiali) The Tokyo Paralympics weightlifting competition ushered in the closing day on the 30th. The Chinese team won 1 gold and 1 silver, and finally ended with a record of 7 golds and 6 silvers. The journey of this Paralympic Games; the Chinese team defeated the French team in the blind football futsal and scored 3 points; the shooting ushered in the first medal day, and the Chinese players won 1 gold and 1 silver. The Chinese delegation won a total of 8 golds, 6 silvers and 1 bronze that day, and a total of 54 golds, 35 silvers and 30 bronzes have been harvested. Halfway through the schedule, the Chinese delegation ranked first in both the gold medal list and the medal list.
On the last day of the weightlifting event, in the women’s 86 kg and above finals, the Jiangxi girl Deng Xuemei, who participated in the Paralympic Games for the first time, performed well. She succeeded in all three attempts without giving her opponent any chance. She won the gold medal with a result of 153 kg. The weightlifting team’s trip to Tokyo came to a successful conclusion.
In the morning, the Chinese blind football team scored directly with Zhu Ruiming’s free kick, defeating the French team 1-0, and scored valuable 3 points while winning the first victory. The Chinese team currently ranks third in Group A of the blind soccer futsal at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, with Brazil and Japan in the top two. According to the rules, only the top two in the group can advance. On the 31st, the Chinese team will play against the host Japanese team. With the same points as their opponents but the goal difference is at a disadvantage, only by winning can they retain their chances of promotion.
The Chinese women’s blind goal team defeated the Canadian team 4:2 that day and qualified for the first place in the group. The runner-up of the three Paralympic Games once again launched an impact on the highest podium.
In the table tennis arena, the Chinese team Zhao Shuai won gold and Xiong Guiyan won silver.
In the swimming event, the Chinese team continued to maintain a strong dominant position, winning a total of 5 golds, 3 silvers and 1 bronze throughout the day. Jiang Yuyan, the youngest member of the delegation, won the women’s 50m butterfly S6 championship. The 16-year-old Zhejiang girl broke the world record in the preliminary rounds, and then in the finals, the Biya Army reached the finish line 1.61 seconds earlier. Zheng Tao, a Chinese athlete with the title of “Armless Flying Fish,” broke his own world record and won the men’s 50m backstroke S5 gold medal. This was also his third gold medal in Tokyo.
On the 31st, the Chinese delegation will launch an impact on the highest podium in archery, swimming, track and field and other events.