(Beijing Winter Olympics) Comprehensive news: Sui Wenjing/Han Cong double skating wins China's 9 gold medals and rises to third in the gold medal list

  China News Service, Beijing, February 19 (Reporter Wang Zumin) On the 19th, the day before the closing of the Beijing Winter Olympics, Chinese figure skating gold partners Sui Wenjing/Han Cong won the pair skating championship, winning the Winter Olympics for the Chinese delegation. the ninth gold medal.

  As of the 19th, the Chinese delegation had won 9 golds, 4 silvers, 2 bronzes and 15 medals at the Winter Olympics, surpassing the US delegation and ranking third in the gold medal list.

Norway (15 gold), Germany (11 gold) occupy the top two, the United States, the Netherlands and Sweden have 8 gold medals.

On the 20th, the Beijing Winter Olympics will compete for the last five gold medals.

  Figure skating pair skating is one of the important gold points for the Chinese delegation in this Winter Olympics.

In the short program contest that took the lead on the 18th, the Chinese pair ranked first, and their score of 84.41 broke the world record for short program scores.

  In the free skating on the evening of the 19th, Sui Wenjing/Han Cong restarted "The Golden Bridge on the Sorrowful River", which was also the track they used when they won the world championship for the first time in 2017.

With their "nirvana" twisting around and their rich and delicate performance, they once again scored a game-high 155.47 points, and finally successfully won the championship with 239.88 points.

  At the PyeongChang Winter Olympics four years ago, Sui Wenjing/Han Cong finished runner-up with a difference of 0.43 points.

After 4 years of hard work, they finally crossed the "gap" of 0.43 points in the Beijing Winter Olympics.

Peng Cheng/Jin Yang, who stopped short programs at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, placed fifth and also broke through themselves.

The 3 pairs of Russians won the 2nd-4th place respectively.

  The national speed skating hall "Ice Ribbon" held the last two competitions of speed skating.

In the men's collective starting final, Chinese player Ning Zhongyan won the 12th place.

The 31-year-old Belgian veteran Barthe Swains won the championship, helping the Belgian delegation win the Winter Olympics gold medal again after a lapse of 74 years. This is also the 100th gold medal decided by the Beijing Winter Olympics.

  In the women's collective starting final, Chinese players Li Qishi and Guo Dan ranked 10th and 14th respectively. Dutch star Schouten won her third gold medal at the Winter Olympics.

  In this game, the oldest female Winter Olympic player in history, Claudia Perchstein, was once again ushered in. The German veteran, who will celebrate her 50th birthday in three days, tied the Japanese platform Snowboarder Noriaki Kasai has a record of 8 Winter Olympics.

  On February 5, on the first competition day of speed skating at the Winter Olympics, Pechstein appeared in the women's 3000-meter final. Although he was at the bottom of the 20 contestants, he won the respect of his opponents.

In the women's collective starting competition with many strong players, she not only reached the final, but also won the ninth place in the end.

  Speed ​​skating, which produces 14 gold medals, is the gold medalist at the Winter Olympics.

The Dutch team, known as the "Kingdom of Speed ​​Skating", is far ahead of all participating teams with 6 gold medals, but it is lower than the 8 gold medals in the previous two Winter Olympics.

Sweden won 2 gold medals, China, Canada, Japan, Norway, the United States, Belgium each took 1 gold.

  The last two rounds of the women's double snowmobile ended. German players won the gold and silver medals. Two Chinese players, Huai Mingming and Ying Qing, ranked 11th and 14th respectively.

  The men's four-person snowmobile competed in the first two rounds, and the German legendary team Francesco Friedrich temporarily took the top spot.

The two Chinese teams with Li Chunjian and Sun Kaizhi as helmsmen are temporarily ranked 16th and 17th.

  The men's curling final produced the new king of the Winter Olympics. The last runner-up Sweden defeated the British team 5:4 and won the men's curling gold medal for the first time at the Winter Olympics.

  The women's curling final will be held on the 20th, and the British and Japanese teams, who competed for bronze medals last year, will fight for the gold medal at this Winter Olympics.