China News Service, Beijing, August 25th. On the 25th, Beijing time, on the first official match day of the Tokyo Paralympic Games, Chinese player Li Hao won the men's individual Sabre A gold medal and won the Tokyo Paralympic for the Chinese delegation. The first gold.

  The 27-year-old Li Hao is from Shanghai. He was the runner-up of the Men's Sabre A-level individual competition at the last World Championships (World Cup). This is the first time he has participated in the Paralympic Games.

In this Paralympic Games, Li Hao will also participate in the men's foil individual and team competitions.

Li Hao (left) celebrates the victory.

Photo courtesy of China Disabled Persons' Federation Photo by Chen Xi

  Back in 1984, the Chinese delegation participated in the Paralympic Games for the first time.

Ping Yali won the first gold medal in the history of the Chinese Paralympic delegation in the blind long jump, opening a new chapter in China's disabled sports.

In the following 20 years, the Chinese Paralympic delegation has repeatedly made great achievements.

  Among them, the players who won the first gold in each Paralympic Games are undoubtedly particularly interesting.

Do you know who won the first gold of the Chinese delegation in recent Paralympics?

Data map: Ping Yali.

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Huang Wentao at the 1992 Barcelona Paralympic Games

  At the 9th Paralympic Games held in Barcelona, ​​Spain in 1992, the world remembered the figure of a Chinese guy.

At the time, 23-year-old Huang Wentao won the men’s blind B2 long jump championship and won the first gold for the Chinese delegation in that Paralympic Games.

Hou Bin at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games

  At the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games, Hou Bin, who participated in the Paralympic Games for the first time, won the F42 high jump with a score of 1.92 meters. He won the first gold of this Paralympic Games for the Chinese delegation and created the The world record of the project.

On March 26, 2015, Beijing, the media interview of the bid for the Winter Olympics was held. Hou Bin, the image ambassador of Beijing's bid for the Winter Olympics, attended.

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Xu Hongyan at the 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games

  At the Sydney Paralympic Games, the then 24-year-old Xu Hongyan won the first gold medal for the Chinese delegation.

She threw 42.19 meters in the women's discus F12 finals, surpassing the second-placed American Lisa Banta by 3.53 meters.

Li Jianfei at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games

  In 2004, Li Jianfei won the championship with 663.8 rings in the men's P1-10m air pistol final, and won the first gold medal for the Chinese Paralympic team in the Athens Paralympic Games.

  At this Paralympic Games, the total number of medals of the Chinese delegation exceeded the 100 mark for the first time, and the number of gold medals and medals was far ahead of the second-ranked British team.

And also from this Paralympic Games, the Chinese delegation won gold medals and the total number of medals in the four consecutive Summer Paralympics.

On September 7, Beijing time, Chinese player Du Jianping won the gold medal in the men's 100m freestyle-S3 final of the Beijing Paralympic Games.

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Du Jianping at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

  At the Paralympic Games held in front of his home, Du Jianping, who had only his right arm in his limbs, won the S3 men’s 100-meter freestyle final with a time of 1:35.21. This result was a fuller than the previous world record. It took more than 5 seconds.

  The Beijing Paralympic Games not only reflects the strong competitive strength of the Chinese delegation, but also reflects China's high-level ability to run games.

Like the previous Beijing Olympics, the Beijing Paralympics has also become a glorious stroke in the history of sports.

Zhang Cuiping at the 2012 London Paralympic Games

  In 2012, the "marksman" Zhang Cuiping won the world record 500.9 ring in the R2-SH1 women's 10m air rifle standing competition at the London Paralympic Games. He won the first gold medal in the London Paralympic Games. Won the first gold in the London Paralympic Games for the Chinese sports delegation.

On September 1, 2012, on the third day of the 2012 London Paralympic Games held at the Royal Artillery Battalion in London, England, Chinese player Zhang Cuiping participated in the R3-10 meter air rifle prone hybrid SH1 final.

Dong Chao, Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

  In the Rio Paralympic R1-SH1 men's 10m air rifle standing competition, Dong Chao successfully defended his title with an excellent score of 205.8 and won the first gold medal for the Chinese sports delegation.

  Five years later, in Tokyo, the Chinese Paralympic delegation embarked on a journey again, and Li Hao's gold medal gave the team a good start.

The Chinese Paralympic athletes will uphold the same Olympic spirit as their predecessors and show the spirit of Chinese athletes on the Paralympic stage.

I hope they will perform well in the subsequent games and achieve good results!