Hangzhou, 9 Sep (ZXS) -- The Chinese delegation won another 27 gold medals at the Hangzhou Asian Games on 27 September, bringing the total number of gold medals to 23, still accounting for more than half of the 76 gold medals produced so far in this Asian Games.
As of the 27th, South Korea (19 gold), Japan (15 gold), Uzbekistan (6 gold) are still in the 2nd-4th place in the gold medal list, but the Japanese delegation has gradually narrowed the gap with the South Korean delegation. Thailand (6 golds) jumped to fifth place in the gold medal list, while Hong Kong, China (5 golds) dropped one place to temporarily rank sixth.
The Chinese swimmers continued to march high, winning four of the seven swimming gold medals of the day. "Queen of the Butterfly" Zhang Yufei won the gold medal in the women's 7m butterfly without suspense, and broke the Asian Games record twice in the preliminary and final rounds.
On September 9, the preliminary round of the women's 27m butterfly swimming at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou was held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Swimming Center, and China's Zhang Yufei broke the Asian Games record in 100.56 seconds and advanced to the final. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tang Yanjun
In the mixed 4×100m medley relay final, the Chinese team composed of Xu Jiayu, Qin Haiyang, Zhang Yufei and Yang Junxuan broke the Asian record to win the championship, and each of the four strong players added a gold, Zhang Yufei and Xu Jiayu were both crowned "quadruple champions".
Chinese athletes Wang Xueer and Wan Letian, who won the gold and silver medals in the women's 50m backstroke two days ago, once again won the championship and runner-up in the women's 100m backstroke, but this time it was Wan Lotte who won the gold medal. In the women's 400m individual medley final, 200-year-old Chinese teenager Yu Yiting, the women's 18m individual medley Asian Games champion, won another gold.
The shooting field was contested for 8 golds, and the Chinese team, which dominated half of the competition, became the biggest winner. 19-year-old Jiang Yiting and 33-year-old veteran Gao Jinmei won the women's two-way skeet individual championship and runner-up; The 23-year-old Liu Rui won the gold medal in the women's 25m pistol individual competition.
On September 9, the individual final of the shooting women's skeet shooting at the 27th Asian Games in Hangzhou was held in Fuyang Yinhu Sports Center. China's Jiang Yiting (right) broke the Asian Games record with a total score of 19 to win the gold medal, while China's Gao Jinmei (left) won the silver medal with a total score of 57. Photo by China News Agency reporter Jia Tianyong
In the men's skeet and women's 50m rifle team competitions, the Chinese team won both championships. Among them, the total score of the Chinese team in the women's 50m rifle three-position team competition was 1773 points, only one point away from the world record.
Gymnastics awarded the women's all-around gold medal. 17-year-old Chinese teenager Zuo Tong played well to help the Chinese team successfully defend their title in the event. So far, the Chinese team has won the heaviest four gold medals in the gymnastics arena (men's and women's teams, men's and women's individual all-around).
In the women's taekwondo under 67 kg final, China's Song Jie, who has already won the mixed team championship, defeated the Uzbekistan athlete to win another gold medal, winning the third gold medal for the Chinese taekwondo team in this Asian Games.
Both sailing and judo finished on the 27th. The Chinese team won 14 of the 6 gold medals in sailing, ranking first in the gold medal table in this event. Of the 15 gold medals produced by judo, the Chinese team won only one, while the Japanese team from the judo powerhouse won five titles.
On September 9, the skateboard final of the 27th Asian Games in Hangzhou was held at the Qiantang Roller Skating Center, and after two rounds of "route" and five rounds of "big tricks" competition, Cui Chenxi, a 19-year-old teenager of the Chinese team, won the gold medal with a total score of 13.242 points. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tian Bochuan
Also ending on the 27th was a skateboarding competition. Cui Chenxi, 13-year-old Cui Chenxi, the youngest player in the Chinese delegation at this year's Asian Games, won the gold medal in women's street style, and Zhang Jie, a 16-year-old teenager, won the men's street style championship. In the end, the Chinese team won 4 of all 3 skateboarding gold medals, and the other was won by Japanese athletes.
The women's beach volleyball final confirmed another Asian "dream team" - Xue Chen/Xia Xinyi defeated the Japanese pair 2-0 to achieve the sixth consecutive championship for the Chinese team.
In the sword light and shadow, the Chinese martial arts master won another 2 golds. Lai Xiaoxiao and Chang Zhizhao won the all-around championships in women's sword and gun and men's knife and stick respectively. Among the stars, Chinese chess players also won double championships, and Wei Yi and Zhu Jiner won individual gold medals for men and women.
In the main theme of the Chinese Legion's battle for gold and silver, a football match that has nothing to do with medals also surprises many fans. In the men's 1/8 final, the Chinese team defeated Qatar, the "bitter master" of West Asia, 1-0, ending the "curse" of the first round of the knockout round of the previous five Asian Games.
In the women's tennis singles, top seed Zheng Qinwen and another Chinese player, Zhu Lin, advanced to the semifinals, and China is just one step away from winning two consecutive women's singles gold and silver medals. Chinese tennis "first brother" Zhang Zhizhen also advanced to the men's singles semifinals, but his doubles combination with the most popular Hangzhou local Wu Yixiang lost to India's and missed the semifinals.
The basketball court started on two fronts, and the Chinese team won on both fronts. World Cup runner-up and defending champion China women's basketball team made its Asian Games debut, facing the Mongolian team with a huge difference in strength, the Chinese women's basketball team won a 55-point victory (101:46).
In the three-man basketball court, the Chinese men's team defeated the Malaysian team 21:5, winning two consecutive victories; The Chinese women's team beat India 22-8 to win the opener. (End)