Hangzhou, 9 Sep (ZXS) -- Winning the first gold, breaking records, and winning a big bag... On the first day of the gold medal competition at the Hangzhou Asian Games, the Chinese delegation swept 24 of the 31 gold medals that day.

A total of 6 delegations divided the gold medals of the day, except for China, South Korea 5 gold, Japan and China Hong Kong 2 gold, Uzbekistan and Chinese Taipei 1 gold each.

The much-anticipated first gold medal of the Asian Games unexpectedly went to the Chinese rowing duo Zou Jiaqi/Qiu Xiuping, who won the women's lightweight double sculls final by an overwhelming margin.

On September 9, the women's lightweight double sculls final of the 24th Asian Games in Hangzhou was held in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, and the Chinese pair of Zou Jiaqi and Qiu Xiuping won the championship with a time of 19:7.06. This is the first gold medal of this Asian Games. Photo by China News Agency reporter Wang Gang

A total of 7 gold medals were awarded in the rowing competition of the day, the Chinese rowing team won the 6 championships of the day, and the gold medal in another event (men's double sculls coxless) was won by the Hong Kong team, which was also the first gold medal of the Hong Kong delegation in this Asian Games.

The Chinese swimming team, which won a number of famous swimming, not only swept all seven gold medals in the swimming competition of the day, but also broke the event record or Asian record in all events, and won gold and silver medals in four events.

Before the competition, Zhang Yufei, the "Queen of the Butterfly", who was determined to be crowned the most valuable athlete of this Asian Games with 6 to 7 golds, won the gold medal in the women's 200-meter butterfly, and Yu Liyan, the "Post-00s" youngster, won the silver medal; Another Olympic champion, Li Bingjie, was crowned the women's 1500m freestyle champion, and 15-year-old Gao Wei was runner-up.

On September 9, the women's 24m butterfly final of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou was held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Swimming Center. China's Zhang Yufei broke the Asian Games record with a time of 200:2.05 to win the championship. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tomita

The men's 100m freestyle produces Asia's new "flying fish". 19-year-old Pan Zhan Lok broke his own Asian record and won the gold medal. His time of 46.97 seconds made him the first Asian to swim 47 seconds in the event, with 18-year-old Wang Haoyu winning the silver medal.

In the men's 200m individual medley final, Olympic champion Wang Shun and "Frog King" Qin Haiyang won gold and silver medals. World champion Xu Jiayu lived up to expectations and defended his title in the men's 100m backstroke final.

In the women's 50m breaststroke final, 19-year-old Tang Qianting, who set an Asian record in the heats, won the gold medal. In the women's 4x100m freestyle relay, the Chinese team consisting of Yang Junxuan, Cheng Yujie, Wu Qingfeng and Zhang Yufei won the championship, and Zhang Yufei won her second gold medal at the Asian Games.

Due to the time conflict between the Hangzhou Asian Games and the World Gymnastics Championships, the Japanese gymnastics men's team is not the main team, and the Chinese gymnastics men's team has left most of the main team to the Asian Games. Therefore, in the gymnastics men's team final on the evening of the 24th, the Chinese team easily defeated the Japanese team to defend the title, and the Chinese Taipei team won the bronze medal.

The Chinese gunners won the individual and team championships in the women's 10m air rifle and broke the Asian record in the team event and the individual event. The 17-year-old host Huang Yuting became the first "double champion" of this Asian Games.

Chinese "martial arts masters" won two martial arts gold medals produced on the same day. Among them, the 34-year-old veteran Sun Peiyuan won the men's long boxing championship, achieving the "three consecutive championships" of the Asian Games; "Post-00s" young player Tong Xin won the women's Taijiquan Taijiquan Taijijian all-around championship.

On September 9, the 24th Hangzhou Asian Games Wushu Men's Changquan Final was held in Hangzhou Xiaoshan Guali Cultural and Sports Center. China's Sun Peiyuan won the gold medal. Macau's Song Zijun won the bronze medal. The picture shows the award ceremony. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tian Bochuan

In the modern pentathlon arena to create "all-round warriors", the Chinese team won the women's team and individual championship, and the "post-00s" young player Zhang Mingyu was crowned the double champion. The South Korean team won the men's individual and team gold medals.

The fencing competition produced 2 golds, and the Chinese team won 1 silver. In the men's individual foil final, China's Chen Haiwei lost to Tokyo Olympic champion and Hong Kong's Zhang Jialang as the runner-up. "Sword God" Zhang Jialang won the second gold medal for the Hong Kong delegation of this Asian Games.

In the women's individual epee competition, injury-plagued Chinese team Tokyo Olympic champion Sun Yiwen stopped in the quarterfinals, while South Korea's gold and silver medals were swept up.

In the men's judo 60kg competition, Yang Yongwei won the championship, winning the first gold medal for the Chinese Taipei delegation in this Asian Games, which is also the <>th gold medal won by Chinese Taipei in previous Asian Games.

Table tennis men's and women's teams produce four finalists. China and Chinese Taipei, South Korea and Iran will face off in the men's team semifinals. In the women's team, China will compete with Thailand, Japan and South Korea for a place in the final. The men's and women's teams in Hong Kong, China, both reached the quarterfinals, while the Japanese men's team lost to Iran and missed the semifinals.

In the final match of the group stage, the Chinese men's football team drew 0:0 with Bangladesh, 3 games, 2 wins and 1 draw to seal the first place in the group and advance to the round of 16. (End)