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Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Sports Delegation Appears in the National Games

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On September 15, the opening ceremony of the 14th National Games was grandly held at the Xi’an Olympic Sports Center Stadium in Shaanxi. The sports delegation of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region appeared at the National Games, and Liu Tongyan, an equestrian athlete who participated in the National Games for the eighth time, served as the standard bearer.

At the opening ceremony, the athletes of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Sports Delegation were full of energy and paced vigorously. Flag bearer Liu Tongyan will participate in the individual and team competitions of the equestrian show jumping competition.

It is understood that the current National Games has 54 major events and 595 minor events, including 35 major events and 410 minor events, and 19 major events and 185 minor events for mass competition events. More than 12,000 athletes from 37 sports delegations participated in the final stage.

There are 198 athletes in our district who have qualified for the competitive event finals and will participate in 19 major events and 109 minor events. New breakthroughs were made in the number and number of participating events. Equestrian, boxing, race walking, shooting, wrestling, marathon, taekwondo and other events are expected to hit medals. (Reporter Chai Siyuan)

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