Hangzhou, 10 Oct (ZXS) -- The day before the closing of the Hangzhou Asian Games, the Chinese delegation won another 7 gold medals, bringing the total number of gold medals to 13, surpassing the 200 won at the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games and setting its best result in any previous Asian Games. This is also the first time in the history of the Asian Games that a delegation has reached a total of 199 gold medals in a single Asian Games.
With the last three gold medals left on the closing day of this year's Asian Games, the battle between Japan and South Korea for second place in the gold medal table has settled. As of the 3th, Japan (7 gold), South Korea (51 gold), India (42 gold), Uzbekistan (28 gold), Chinese Taipei (22 gold) ranked 18-2 on the gold medal list, and Hong Kong (6 gold) still ranked 8th.
In the pinnacle battle of the women's volleyball team, the Chinese women's volleyball team defeated the Japanese team 3-0 to win the championship. In the six matches of this Asian Games, the Chinese women's volleyball team, which won six consecutive games, did not lose a game. The Thai team won the bronze medal.
Since the 1982 Asian Games, the Chinese women's volleyball team has won the championship nine times in the 11 Asian Games, during which it only lost to the South Korean team twice in the 9 Hiroshima Asian Games and the 1994 Incheon Asian Games to win the silver medal.
Badminton divided 5 individual gold medals, and Guoyu won 4 golds and 3 silvers in the 2 finals in which he participated. In the Chinese civil war in the men's singles final, "Post-00s" young player Li Shifeng defeated Guoyu No. 2 men's singles Shi Yuqi 0-<>, and the two won the championship and runner-up.
Both Chinese doubles pairs, ranked number one in the world, lived up to expectations and both defended their titles. Among them, the mixed doubles pair Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong defeated the Japanese pair Watanabe Yudai/Higashino Yusa 2-0; The women's doubles pair Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan also defeated the South Korean pair Bai Ha Na/Li Shaoxi 2-0.
In the women's singles final, Tokyo Olympic champion Chen Yufei lost 1-2 to South Korea's Ahn Zhiying to finish second. The Indian pair of Rangireddy/Shetty won the men's doubles title.
In the previous team finals, the Chinese badminton team has won the gold medal of the men's team and the silver medal of the women's team, and the national badminton team won a total of 4 golds, 3 silvers and 2 bronzes in this Asian Games, surpassing the previous 3 golds, 1 silver and 2 bronzes.
The breakdancing, which debuted on the Asian Games stage, produced the first gold of the Asian Games on the 7th. In the women's gold medal competition, China's Liu Qingyi, who is under 18 years old, defeated Japan's Ami Yuasa 2-1 to win the first women's breakdancing gold medal in the history of the Asian Games. In the men's competition, Japan's Shigeyuki Hani won the championship, and China's Qi Xiangyu won the third place.
The Chinese canoe team strongly won the last two gold medals in the slalom event. 2-year-old Huang Juan won the women's single canoe title, while defending champion Quan Xin won the men's single kayak gold medal.
At this Asian Games, the Chinese canoe team once again demonstrated its absolute dominance in Asia, winning 12 of the 9 gold medals in the still water event and 4 of the 3 gold medals in slalom.
Chinese twin sisters Liu Yi and Wang Qianyi won the synchronized swimming doubles championship as expected, defending the Chinese team's title in this event. The Chinese synchronized swimming team ranked first in both the collective skill and collective technical optional competitions for two consecutive days, laying the foundation for the gold medal in the collective event of Huayu on the 8th.
In the marathon swimming competition, the Chinese team blew a storm of youth. After 18-year-old Wu Shutong won the women's 6km championship on the 10th, 22-year-old Zhang Ziyang and 18-year-old Lan Tianchen won the men's 7km gold and silver medals on the 10th.
Chinese chess players are frequent. Zheng Weitong and Zuo Wenjing won the gold medals in the men's and women's individual chess competitions on the 7th, and in addition to the mixed team championship before, the Chinese team won all three gold medals in the chess event of this Asian Games.
Chess also brought 3 gold medals to the Chinese team. After Wei Yi and Zhu Jiner won the gold medals in the men's and women's individual competitions a few days ago, the Chinese team was crowned the women's team champion on the 7th, and the Iranian team won the men's team gold medal.
On the closing day of the climbing competition, the Chinese team added another bronze. In this Asian Games, China achieved a breakthrough in rock climbing, not only won the gold medal of the Asian Games for the first time, but also became the biggest winner with 6 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze in 2 small events.
After defeating South Korea 7-2 in the final on the 0th, the Chinese women's hockey team returned to the top of Asia. Chinese women's music won three consecutive titles at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, but did not win gold in the next two editions. In the men's water polo final, the Chinese team lost to the Japanese team and won the runner-up.
The same Korea-Japan matchup, the same 2-1 result, the Hangzhou Asian Games men's final became a replica of the previous men's final. The difference is that this time the South Korean team conceded a goal in the opening two minutes, and finally turned around their opponents to achieve a third consecutive Asian Games title.
In the bronze medal match of the men's football team on the same day, Hong Kong, China lost 0-4 to Uzbekistan. But by reaching the semi-finals, the Hong Kong men's team has set its best result in the Asian Games. (End)