(The spirit of the times shines in Hong Kong) Mainland Olympic athletes visit Hong Kong: exchange, share, and add energy to Hong Kong's sports craze

  China News Service, Hong Kong, December 3 (Reporter Chen Xiaoyuan) As an "Asian flying man", how do you view your achievements?

What effect will winning the first Olympic gold medal in China's track and field events have on the future development of China's track and field events?

What are your expectations for this visit to Hong Kong?

At the media meeting held by the Mainland Olympic Athletes' Visit to Hong Kong Exchange Group after arriving in Hong Kong on the 3rd, many media asked questions about athletes such as Su Bingtian, Gong Lijiao, and Ma Long.

On the afternoon of December 3, at the invitation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, a high-profile delegation of mainland Olympic athletes to Hong Kong arrived at the hotel where they were staying in Tsim Sha Tsui and waved to the on-site media.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Li Zhihua

  Su Bingtian: The exchange between the mainland and Hong Kong athletes is very meaningful

  Su Bingtian represented Zhongshan City, Guangdong Province to participate in the race in Hong Kong in 2006. At the age of 17, he ran 10.59 seconds in the 100-meter race.

"That opportunity allowed me to slowly enter professional competitions. Hong Kong is a very familiar place for me. I grew up watching Hong Kong TV series." In 2016, he came to Hong Kong with a group to visit. Su Bingtian believes that through sports The platform allows mainland athletes to communicate with Hong Kong athletes and to meet with Hong Kong citizens. It is very meaningful.

He is looking forward to this trip to Hong Kong.

  Regarding the Tokyo Olympics that the media is paying attention to, the excellent result of 9.83 seconds, Su Bingtian believes that the strong opponents in the same group in the semi-finals are an important reason.

"I treat the semifinals as my final."

On December 3, at the invitation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, a delegation of mainland Olympic athletes to Hong Kong arrived in Hong Kong for a three-day exchange event.

The picture shows the welcome ceremony.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Zhang Yu

  Ma Long: Strive to add more energy to Hong Kong's sports fever

  After the women's table tennis team finals of the Tokyo Olympics, the Chinese national team took a group photo with the Hong Kong team members and coaches to celebrate. They are still talked about today.

"This scene is very heartwarming and it proves that our friendship is very deep." Malone, the men's singles champion table tennis at the Tokyo Olympics, said at the media meeting.

  He said that there were no spectators at the Tokyo Olympics due to the epidemic, but coaches and athletes from the Hong Kong team came to cheer for the national team.

"Through our joint efforts, we were able to stand on the podium in the end. Everyone took photos together, including the national flag and the regional flag after receiving the award. I think this scene is very touching."

  During his visit to Hong Kong, Ma Long hopes to have more opportunities to communicate and interact well with Hong Kong citizens, and "strive to add strength to the sports craze in Hong Kong."

On the afternoon of December 3, at the invitation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, a high-profile delegation of mainland Olympic athletes to Hong Kong arrived at the hotel where they were staying in Tsim Sha Tsui and waved to the on-site media.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Li Zhihua

  Gong Lijiao: Hope to drive more people to pay attention to track and field

  At the Tokyo Olympics, Gong Lijiao, who participated in the Olympics for the fourth time, won the women's shot put championship.

"Olympic champion has always been my dream." She said that she was very excited to win the first gold medal in China's track and field competition.

This shows that China's track and field and Chinese sports have been making progress.

"It is also the time that has given us this opportunity to show ourselves with the care of the motherland and the support of everyone."

  "I also hope that through the breakthrough of this Olympic Games, more people will pay attention to track and field sports. I look forward to more breakthroughs in Chinese sports and the country's development is getting better and better." Gong Lijiao said.

On December 3, at the invitation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, a delegation of mainland Olympic athletes to Hong Kong arrived in Hong Kong for a three-day exchange event.

The picture shows the welcome ceremony.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Zhang Yu

  Lu Xiaojun: Will share with the people of Hong Kong the unremitting sportsmanship

  The 37-year-old veteran Lu Xiaojun, the men's 81 kg weightlifting champion at the Tokyo Olympics, visited Hong Kong with the delegation in 2012.

Coming to Hong Kong again after nine years, he was "extraordinarily happy".

During the delegation's visit to Hong Kong, a lecture will be held at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Lv Xiaojun said that during the nine years there was a lot of bitterness, and he will share his persistence with the people of Hong Kong through the report meeting.

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