(Tokyo Paralympic Games) The total number of gold medals in the Summer Paralympic Games in China exceeds 500

  China News Service, Tokyo, September 1. On the evening of September 1, local time, the Chinese delegation set a new milestone in the history of the Paralympic Games-in the men's freestyle S5 finals that night, the "armless flying fish" Zheng Tao won his fourth gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. This is the 66th gold medal of the Chinese delegation at this Paralympic Games and the 500th gold medal at the previous Summer Paralympics.

  This trip to Tokyo is the tenth time that the Chinese delegation has organized a delegation to participate in the Paralympic Games.

At the 1984 Stoke Mandeville in England and the 7th Summer Paralympic Games in New York, the Chinese sports delegation that participated in the Paralympic Games for the first time won 22 medals with 2 golds, 12 silvers and 8 bronzes. Ranked 23rd in the gold medal list.

At that time, Beijing girl Ping Yali, born in 1961, won the championship in the blind long jump, opening a new chapter in China's disabled movement.

  Subsequently, the performance of the Chinese delegation in the Paralympic Games rose steadily. In 1988, the Seoul Paralympic Games (now translated as "Seoul" in Chinese) ranked 14th on the gold medal list with 17 gold medals.

In the 1992 Barcelona Paralympics, although the number of gold medals dropped by 11, it rose to 12th place on the gold medal list.

At the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games, the Chinese Army ranked ninth with 16 gold medals, making it into the top 10 of the gold medal list for the first time.

  Entering the new century, the Paralympics has gradually entered "Chinese time".

After ranking sixth with 34 gold medals at the 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games, the Chinese delegation occupied the top spot in both gold medals and medals for four consecutive Paralympic Games from Athens in 2004 to Rio in 2016.

  Among them, at the Athens Paralympic Games, the total number of medals (141) of the Chinese delegation broke 100 for the first time, and became the only delegation with more than 100 medals at the Paralympic Games. At the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China The 89 gold medals and 211 medals of the Legion surpassed the total number of gold medals and medals of the second and third British and American delegations respectively; in the 2012 London Paralympics, China won 95 gold medals and 231 medals, and continued to win gold medals and medals. Maintain the “fault” advantage in the double rankings; in the Rio Paralympic Games in 2016, the Chinese delegation won 107 gold, 81 silver and 51 bronze medals with a total of 239 medals. The total number of gold medals exceeded 100 for the first time. The highest number of gold medals won in a single Paralympic Games.

  September 1 is the eighth day of the official start of the Tokyo Paralympic Games. As of 21:00 local time on the 1st, the Chinese delegation not only ranked among the gold medals and medals of this Paralympic Games with 68 gold, 43 silver, 36 bronze and a total of 147 medals. Double leaderboard, and its total number of gold medals in the previous Paralympics has exceeded 500 (502).

  The Tokyo Paralympic Games will close on September 5, and nearly 170 gold medals will be produced in the next four days.

At this Paralympic Games, the Chinese delegation continues to defend the supremacy of the gold medal and medal rankings. There is no suspense. Whether it can surpass the Rio Paralympics, create a new Paralympic best record, and become the biggest in subsequent events. One of the highlights.