China News Service, Beijing, March 7th (Liu Xingchen) In the Beijing Winter Paralympics Paralympic Alpine Skiing Men's Super Giant Slalom stance competition on the 6th, Liang Jingyi was the first to start among all the competitors, and he slipped by 1 point. 09 seconds 11 results.

Since then, this number has remained at the top of the list and has never been surpassed.

A 19-year-old boy from Hebei wrote his name on the Chinese Paralympic Alpine Skiing Gold Medal Book.

On March 6, Liang Jingyi gave a thumbs up on the podium in Yanqing Awards Plaza.

Chinese athlete Liang Jingyi won the championship in the men's Super Giant Slalom-Stance final at the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Paralympic Winter Games held at the National Alpine Ski Center on the same day.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Yang Huafeng

  In this game on the 6th, a total of 39 players played.

For Liang Jingyi, this means that whenever a player starts from the starting point, he must always pay attention to their performance.

Many Chinese volunteers also calculated the competition ranking for the Chinese player based on the real-time results on the big screen.

"I was very excited when I was waiting for the results," said Liang Jingyi, recalling the scene of waiting for the results.

  When all the dust settled, the people waiting in front of the TV at Liang Jingyi's parents' home in Baoding City, Hebei Province celebrated to the fullest, and many relatives and friends sent their blessings over the phone.

  "During elementary school and middle school, Liang Jingyi was keen on sports, and his grades were also very good. He wanted to use practical actions to prove that he could still do well in sports with physical disabilities." Liang Jingyi's mother recalled the scenes of her child's childhood, and she still remembers it fresh.

  For Liang Jingyi, it seems that since childhood, he had the energy of "not admit defeat", and this spirit has continued to the present.

On March 6, Chinese player Liang Jingyi celebrated after the game.

On the same day, the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Paralympic Alpine Skiing Men's Super Giant Slalom-Stance Final was held at the National Alpine Ski Center. Chinese athlete Liang Jingyi won the championship.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Liu Ranyang

  In the Paralympic alpine skiing men's downhill stance competition on the 5th, Liang Jingyi passed the podium with a gap of 0.19 seconds.

And a day later, he made it to the top with an impeccable performance.

  "Forget all your worries, focus on the game, and watch the flag." When it comes to how to adjust his mentality, Liang Jingyi's answer is very simple.

But along the way, how many people can understand the hardships?

  He clearly remembered that he broke his collarbone during training once. After his parents learned about it, they wanted to persuade their children to stop practicing skiing.

For the high-risk alpine skiing event, injury is almost the only way for every player to grow up.

Liang Jingyi did not flinch, he proposed to continue skiing training and continue to work hard on the field.

On March 6, Chinese player Liang Jingyi was in the game.

On the same day, the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Paralympic Alpine Skiing Men's Super Giant Slalom-Stance Final was held at the National Alpine Ski Center. Chinese athlete Liang Jingyi won the championship.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Liu Ranyang

  After standing on the top podium at the door of the house this time, Liang Jingyi most wanted to give "Jin Rongrong" to her parents.

"Because they have always supported me behind my back, no matter what I am." When asked what he wanted to say to his parents the most, he used "I won the championship" to express his unavoidable excitement.

  Indeed, as a companion on the road of growth, seeing his son who does not want to be choked by fate succeed in realizing his dream, what could be more gratifying than this.

  In the award plaza of Yanqing Division, along with the enthusiastic cheers, Liang Jingyi, who held the gold medal, pointed to the national flag on his chest, gave a thumbs up, and smiled confidently.

On March 6, Chinese player Liang Jingyi held a mascot after the game.

On the same day, the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Paralympic Alpine Skiing Men's Super Giant Slalom-Stance Final was held at the National Alpine Ski Center. Chinese athlete Liang Jingyi won the championship.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Liu Ranyang

  "Being able to stand on the podium, I represent China." Liang Jingyi's words were sonorous and powerful, and the responsibility of a "post-00" teenager was fully demonstrated.

  "Since I joined the national ski team in 2016, I have been training or participating in competitions every Spring Festival. I don't go home to spend the New Year with my parents. Although I feel ashamed of my family, I feel that the opportunity to win glory for the country is hard-won, only good training, To do well in the competition and win glory for the country is the best reward for my family and those who care about me."

  From initially standing out among 3,000 candidates to join the Chinese disabled alpine ski team, to now becoming a history rewriter, Liang Jingyi has walked very firmly.

  "I feel happiness, and the coach often tells us to ski happily." Liang Jingyi said when talking about the meaning of life brought by alpine skiing.

With this "happiness", the unyielding big boy will "dance" on his beloved snowfield.

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