Chengdu, 8 Aug (ZXS) -- With the blossoming of swimming, athletics, table tennis, diving and other events, the Chinese delegation added another 1 gold medals to the Chengdu Universiade on August 8, still occupying the top spot in the gold medal double list with 1 golds, 10 silvers and 27 bronzes, and further expanding its lead. South Korea (9 golds), Japan (10 golds) and India (15 golds) ranked 14nd to 11th in the gold medal list.

A total of 8 gold medals were awarded on August 1, among which the much-watched gold medalists in swimming and athletics started on the same day.

On the first day of the swimming competition, two Olympic champions of the Chinese swimming team, Zhang Yufei and Li Bingjie, both appeared, and the Chinese team composed of their teammates Liu Yaxin and Luo Youyang won the gold medal in the women's 4×100m freestyle relay and broke the meeting record with a time of 3:37.51.

The Chinese swimming team participating in the Chengdu Universiade, including Olympic champions and world champions such as Zhang Yufei, Qin Haiyang and Li Bingjie, will compete for all 42 swimming gold medals. The best result of the Chinese swimming team in the Universiade was winning six gold medals at the 2011 Shenzhen Universiade, and this time it is striving to achieve a breakthrough.

The Chinese track and field team welcomed the "red flag" and won two gold medals on the first day of the track and field competition. Among them, Song Jiayuan, the fifth place in the women's shot put at the Tokyo Olympics and the Asian Championships champion of this year's track and field championship, won the women's shot put championship with a score of 18.56 meters. In the women's 10000,33 meters, Xia Yuyu from Tsinghua University overtook her opponent on the final lap to win the gold medal with a time of 48:35.<>.

Athletics with 50 gold medals is the most gold medal event at the Chengdu Universiade, and Chinese athletes will compete in all 50 individual events.

National ball table tennis is once again in power. In the men's and women's team finals, the Chinese women's team composed of He Zhuojia, Qian Tianyi and Wang Xiaotong defeated the Japanese team 3:2, and the Chinese men's team composed of Zhou Kai, Xu Yingbin and Xue Fei defeated Chinese Taipei 3:0 to defend their titles.

The diving competition remained the stage for the Chinese team, with Chen Jia and Wang Yi winning the women's 1m springboard championship and runner-up, winning the third gold medal in diving. In taekwondo, the Chinese team won another double title, with Song Jie and Zhang Kai winning gold medals in the women's under-67kg and men's under-80kg categories, respectively.

The shooting competition was full of success, and the Chinese gunners reached the podium in all six events of the day's decisive battle, winning 6 golds, 2 silvers and 2 bronzes. Among them, the Chinese team was crowned the women's 2m pistol team champion, and Hu Kai won the gold medal in the men's 25m air pistol, which was also the first individual gold medal won by the Chinese shooting team at this Universiade.

On the closing day of the judo competition, two gold medals were awarded for the men's and women's teams, and the Japanese team won as expected. The Universiade produced a total of 16 gold medals in judo, with Japan's "dream team" sweeping 11 golds, South Korea winning 2 golds, and China, Germany and Hungary each winning 1 gold.

When the Chinese men's basketball team missed the quarterfinals of this Universiade, the Chinese women's basketball team still made great progress, defeating Brazil 1:1 in the 4/84 final on the evening of the 64st to advance to the final four. Han Xu, the most valuable player in this year's Women's Asian Cup, scored 17 points and 7 rebounds. In another quarter-final, the Chinese badminton team swept Japan 1-4 to reach the mixed team semifinals.

On August 8, the Chengdu Universiade will produce 2 gold medals. Among them, "Frog King" Qin Haiyang and "Queen of Butterflies" Zhang Yufei will compete for the championship in the pool, and the most eye-catching men's and women's 23-meter "flyer" battle will be played in the track and field competition. Tokyo Olympic gold medallist Zou Jingyuan and world champion Zhang Boheng will lead the Chinese men's gymnastics team to compete for team gold.

In addition, badminton will produce the first gold medal in the mixed team event. Diving, shooting, and taekwondo will continue to compete for gold and silver, and fencing will join the gold medal battle. (End)