On August 1, local time, in the men's 100-meter semifinal of the Tokyo Olympics, Chinese flying man Su Bingtian set an Asian record with 9.83 seconds, set his personal best and successfully advanced to the final. He was also the first Chinese flying man to enter the Olympic final.

  Chinanews client, Beijing, August 7th (Xingchen Liu) The Tokyo Olympic Games will usher in the final day of tomorrow, and this "5-year agreement" will end tomorrow night.

At the opening ceremony, Chinese women's volleyball leader Zhu Ting and Taekwondo champion Zhao Shuai served as the flag bearers of the Chinese delegation.

Just now, the Chinese delegation officially announced that the flag-bearer of the Chinese delegation at the closing ceremony was track and field athlete Su Bingtian.

In this issue of the Olympic Crash Handbook for Veteran Drivers, let’s take a look at it-the flag bearer of the closing ceremonies of the previous Summer Olympics of the Chinese delegation.

Data map: The Los Angeles Olympics in 1984 was China's first full participation in the Summer Olympics.

The Chinese team won 15 gold medals and 32 medals.

1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games: Wang Libin

  This is the first appearance of the Chinese delegation after returning to the Summer Olympics. Wang Libin, who had been named the best center in Asian basketball before, was recognized by everyone. That year, he served in the opening and closing ceremonies of the Chinese delegation. Flag bearer.

It is worth mentioning that because of his outstanding appearance, he is also known as "the top handsome guy in the Chinese men's basketball team."

1988 Seoul Olympics: Song Tao

  After the Chinese delegation returned to the Olympics, the men's basketball players became the "big flag bearers."

After Wang Libin, Song Tao, the main player of the men's basketball team with a height of 2.0 meters, served as the flag bearer for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Chinese delegation in the Seoul Olympics.

1992 Barcelona Olympic Games: Song Ligang

  As a veteran, the men's basketball player Song Ligang had previously participated in the Seoul Olympics and the 1990 Beijing Asian Games.

In the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, he served as the flag bearer for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Chinese delegation.

1996 Atlanta Olympics: Liu Yudong

  That year, the lineup of the Chinese men's basketball team was called the "96 Golden Generation", and Liu Yudong, the main player of the men's basketball team with the nickname "God of War", served as the standard bearer for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Chinese delegation without any suspense.

2000 Sydney Olympics: Liu Yudong

  In 2000, in Sydney, "God of War" Liu Yudong once again served as the flag-bearer for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Chinese delegation. He also became the first athlete to "re-elect" the flag-bearer of the Chinese delegation in the Olympic Games.

Data map: In 2004, Liu Xiang won the Olympic champion and won the first Olympic gold medal in Chinese men's track and field.

2004 Athens Olympics: Liu Xiang

  In Athens in 2004, Chinese sports was destined to be linked with Liu Xiang's name.

The "Chinese Flying Man" won the men's 110m hurdles championship with a time of 12.91 seconds. This is the first men's Olympic champion in Chinese track and field.

He served as the flag-bearer for the closing ceremony of the Chinese delegation.

2008 Beijing Olympics: Zhang Ning

  The midsummer of 2008 is a fond memory of the Chinese people about the Olympics.

The 33-year-old badminton star Zhang Ning withstood the doubts and pressure from all sides and finally won the gold.

While she won the championship again, she also wrote an inspirational story about the badminton veteran.

She also became the flag bearer of the closing ceremony of the Chinese delegation of the Beijing Olympic Games.

Data map: London Olympic diving gold medalist Wu Minxia and London Olympic women's singles boat gold medalist Xu Lijia (right).

Photo by Pan Sophie issued by China News Service

2012 London Olympics: Xu Lijia

  In the London Olympics, sailing athlete Xu Lijia served as the flag bearer for the closing ceremony of the Chinese delegation.

In that competition, Xu Lijia won the gold medal in the sailing women's laser radium event, which was the second sailing gold medal that China won.

Data map: On August 10, local time, after seven rounds of fierce competition in the women's singles final of the Rio Olympic Games, Ding Ning defeated Li Xiaoxia 4-3 to win the championship.

Rio 2016 Olympics: Ding Ning

  At the Maracanã Stadium in 2016, the closing ceremony of the Rio Olympics was held in heavy rain.

As the "new sister" of national table tennis, Ding Ning served as the flag bearer of the closing ceremony of the Chinese delegation.

In Rio, she won the women's table tennis championship and became the fifth women's table tennis grand slam winner in the history of Chinese table tennis.

It is worth mentioning that this is also the first time that a national table tennis player has acted as a standard bearer.

On August 1, in the men's 100-meter semifinals of the Tokyo Olympics track and field, Chinese athlete Su Bingtian won the group first with a time of 9.83 seconds and successfully advanced to the final and broke the Asian record. He also became the first to enter the Olympic men's 100-meter final. Chinese people.

The picture shows Su Bingtian in the game.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Tomita

2020 Tokyo Olympics: Su Bingtian

  The Tokyo Olympic Stadium, this summer, has achieved too many historical breakthroughs for Chinese track and field.

Veteran Su Bingtian, who is about to turn 32 years old, is undoubtedly the leader of Chinese track and field.

In the men's 100m semifinals, he ran a time of 9.83 seconds, breaking the Asian record and becoming the first Chinese trapeze to advance to the men's 100m final.

In the men's 4x100m relay race, he helped the Chinese team get fourth.

After the official announcement of the flag bearer for the closing ceremony, Su Bingtian also said that being able to serve as the flag bearer is the glory of Chinese track and field.

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