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Tokyo Paralympic Games Day 1: The Chinese team ranked second in 5 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals_中国队

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Original title: Tokyo Paralympic Games Day 1: The Chinese team ranked second in 5 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals

On August 26, Beijing time, the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games will end the first game day. The Chinese delegation won a total of 5 gold medals, 1 silver medal and 2 bronze medals, ranking second in the Tokyo Paralympic medal list. The Australian delegation ranked first on the medal list with 6 golds, 1 silver and 3 bronzes.

【The first medal of the Chinese delegation】

In the C1-3 level of the women’s 3km individual cycling race at the Tokyo Olympics, Wang Xiaomei won the silver medal in 3:54.975. This was also the first medal of the Chinese delegation at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. This 21-year-old Wang Xiaomei is from Guangdong Province. This is her first time participating in the Paralympic Games. Prior to this, she won the C3 runner-up in the Women’s 500m Time Trial at the 2020 Track Cycling World Championships.

The other two Chinese athletes, Zeng Sini set the C2 world record with 4:06.263, and Qian Wangwei set the C1 world record with 4:31.476, but the two eventually combined for the three levels (C1, C2, C3). The results ranked 7th and 14th and missed the podium. Next, Wang Xiaomei, Zeng Sini and Qian Wangwei will also participate in road bike competitions.

[The first gold medal of the Chinese delegation]

The Men’s Sabre Individual A-level final was held at the Makuhari International Convention and Exhibition Center. Chinese team player Li Hao defeated Ukraine’s Artem Manko with a thrilling 15-12 victory and won the gold medal. This is also the Chinese delegation’s participation in the Tokyo Olympics The first gold medal won. Tian Jianquan, another Chinese team player, won the bronze medal in the event.

In the Men’s Sabre Individual B level, Feng Yanke successfully made it to the final, but his opponent was the third runner-up of the Rio Paralympics and Poland’s Adrian Castro. In the end, Feng Yan could hit 4 swords in a row at the last moment, winning the second gold medal for the Chinese delegation from 15-11.

In the final of the Women’s Sabre Individual A Level, Chinese team player Bian Jing easily defeated Georgian player Nino Tiberashvili 15-7 to win the gold medal. This is the first time the Chinese delegation has won in this Paralympic Games. Three gold medals.

In the Women’s Sabre Individual B final, Chinese team player Tan Shumei also defeated Ukrainian player Olena Fedota with a score of 15-7 and won the fourth gold for the Chinese team. Another Chinese player, Xiao Rong, won a bronze medal in the bronze medal competition.

So far, the fencing event has become a big account for the gold medal of the Chinese delegation on the first day of the match, with a total of 4 gold medals and two bronze medals.

In the later swimming competition, Zhang Li won the women’s 200m freestyle S5 finals in 2:46.53, a slight advantage of 0.12 seconds ahead of the second player, and successfully defended the gold medal in the event. This is the fifth gold medal of the Chinese delegation in this Paralympic Games and the first gold medal of the Chinese delegation in swimming.

In the women’s wheelchair basketball group match of the Paralympic Games, the Chinese team defeated the Algeria team 74-25, ushering in a good start. In this campaign, Lin Suiling alone scored 14 points and 10 assists, Zhang Xuemei scored 20 points, Dai Jiameng scored 16 points and 5 rebounds, and Lu Guidi scored 12 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists. In the second game, the Chinese team will face the Dutch team.

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