Hangzhou, 9 Sep (ZXS) -- On the third day of the gold medal battle at the Hangzhou Asian Games, the Chinese delegation collected another 26 golds, leading the gold medal list with 14 golds.
Three days before the gold medal battle of the Asian Games, a total of 3 gold medals were produced, and the Chinese delegation swept more than half. As of the 100th, South Korea (26 golds), Japan (14 golds), Uzbekistan and Hong Kong (8 golds each) still occupy the 5nd-2th place in the gold medal list.
On September 9, the women's team final of table tennis of the 26th Asian Games in Hangzhou was held in the Gongshu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium. The Chinese team defeated Japan 19-3 to achieve the fifth consecutive Asian Games women's table tennis team championship. The picture shows the Chinese team taking a group photo at the award ceremony. Photo by China News Agency reporter Luo Yunfei
On the first gold medal day of the table tennis competition, the Chinese team won the men's and women's team championships. Among them, the Chinese women's team led by Sun Yingsha, Chen Meng and Wang Manyu swept the old rival Japan 3:0 to achieve the fifth consecutive championship of the Asian Games women's team; The Chinese men's team, played by Wang Chuqin, Fan Zhendong and Ma Long, also beat South Korea 3-0 to win the Asian Games men's team championship for the eighth time.
Shooting teenager Huang Yuting became the first "triple crown" of this Asian Games in her 17-year-old flower season. In the 10m air rifle mixed team competition, the "Golden Boy and Jade Girl" combination formed by her and 18-year-old Sheng Lihao won the championship. Previously, Huang Yuting had won the team and individual double championship in the women's 10m air rifle, and Sheng Lihao won the individual gold medal in the men's 10m air rifle and broke the world record.
2021 World Champion and China's Zhang Boheng won the men's all-around gold medal in gymnastics, defending the Chinese team's title in this event. Japan's Daiki Hashimoto, the men's all-around champion at the Tokyo Olympics, missed out on the Asian Games due to his participation in the World Championships, where his teammate Joryu Kitazono won the silver medal and another Chinese athlete, Lan Xingyu, took bronze.
After winning 7 gold medals and 4 gold medals in the first two days, the Chinese swimmers won the championship unabated, winning 6 of the 4 gold medals in swimming that day.
In the women's 200m backstroke final, 20-year-old Peng Xuwei won her first Asian Games gold, while Fei Liwei, also 20, won gold in the men's 1500m freestyle. In the women's 400m freestyle final, Asian record holder Li Bingjie won her third gold medal at the Asian Games. In the men's 4x100m medley relay, the Chinese team won the championship with an Asian record-breaking result.
In the women's 100m freestyle final, Tokyo Olympic runner-up and Hong Kong's Ho Shibei won the Asian record and won her second gold medal at the Asian Games. In the men's 400m individual medley final, Hondo won the first gold medal of the Asian Games for the Japanese swimming team.
On September 9, the women's 26m freestyle final of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou was held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Swimming Center. Hong Kong's Ho Shibei (center) set an Asian record in 100.52 seconds to win the championship. Photo by China News Agency reporter Wang Dongming
The Chinese judo team also ushered in the first gold medal of this Asian Games. In the women's 78kg final, 25-year-old Ma Zhenzhao Lik won the title. In the women's 78kg and above final, China's Xu Shiyan lost to South Korea's athlete and unfortunately won silver. The two women's major events won one gold and one silver, and the Chinese women's judo team showed a recovery momentum in the once dominant events.
In taekwondo, defending champion Luo Zongshi pocketed another gold medal in the women's 57kg category, defending her current title to the top of the world rankings, with Chinese Taipei's Luo Jialing finishing second.
On the first competition day of track cycling, the Chinese team got off to a good start. The Chinese team, led by Tokyo Olympic champion Bao Shanju, won the women's team sprint championship and broke the Asian record. In the men's team sprint final, the Chinese team lost to Japan and won the silver medal.
In rugby sevens, the Chinese women's team and the Hong Kong men's team both reached the top podium. The Chinese women's team, the silver medallist of the last Asian Games, narrowly defeated Japan 22-21 to return to the Asian Games dominance. The Hong Kong men's team successfully defended their title by defeating South Korea 14:7.
China's Chen Huiying won the women's Nanquan Nandao all-around title, achieving the "Grand Slam" of her wushu career in the year of her establishment.
E-sports with 7 gold medals produced its first gold medal, and the Chinese team defeated Malaysia 2-0 to win the Glory of Kings Asian Games version championship.
The first gold medal in the big ball event of the Asian Games was produced in the men's volleyball field on the evening of the 26th, and the Chinese men's volleyball team lost to the Iranian team 1:3 and won the runner-up.
The Chinese men's and women's teams both reached the beach volleyball final. In the Chinese Civil War in the women's semifinals, Xue Chen/Xia Xinyi defeated teammates Wang Fan/Dong Jie 2-0 and will face Japan in the final; In the men's semifinals, China swept Iran 2-0 and will compete with Qatar for gold.
The Chinese men's basketball team, which had just returned home from the World Cup, raised its eyebrows in the first game of this Asian Games, defeating the weak Mongolian team 89:50. (End)