Hangzhou, 10 Oct (ZXS) -- At the Hangzhou Asian Games, the Chinese delegation once again set a new gold medal record in a single Asian Games, and many gold medals are precious because they have been given the meaning of "breakthrough".

- The total number of gold medals exceeded 200 for the first time. At this Asian Games, the total number of gold medals of the Chinese delegation reached 201, becoming the first delegation in the history of the Asian Games to reach a total of 200 gold medals in a single Asian Games.

At the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, the Chinese delegation won 199 gold medals, which was the highest number of gold medals a Chinese delegation had ever won in a single session before the current Asian Games.

This time in Hangzhou, the Chinese delegation also achieved another "surpass", the total number of Asian Games gold medals exceeded 1500,1974. The Chinese delegation first appeared on the Asian Games stage in <>, and these medals depict the trajectory of Chinese sports in Asian sports from revitalization to rise to strength.

——Won the men's and women's 100m championships in athletics. As the mother of sports, athletics has always been regarded as the "crown" of various comprehensive competitions, and the men's and women's 100-meter competition is the "crown jewel". At this Asian Games, two Chinese athletes took these two brilliant "pearls".

In the men's and women's 100m finals of athletics, Xie Zhenye and Ge Manqi were crowned the new Asian men's and women's "flying men's and women's athletes" respectively, which was the first time that a Chinese athlete won the men's and women's <>m gold medals at the Asian Games, and the first time in the history of the Asian Games that a delegation won the men's and women's <>m championships at the same Asian Games.

On the evening of October 10, the Olympic medal ceremony for Chinese track and field athletes was held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Stadium, and Tang Xingqiang, Xie Zhenye, Su Bingtian and Wu Zhiqiang (from right to left), who won the bronze medal in the men's 4×4m relay at the Tokyo Olympics, appeared to receive the medal. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tomita

At the same time, the Chinese track and field team also won both the men's and women's 4×100m relay events, monopolizing the Asian <>-meter track.

——Equestrian and men's marathon won the first gold medal in the Asian Games. At this Asian Games, the Chinese team led by Hua Tian won the team championship in the equestrian triathlon, and Hua Tian also won the gold medal in the individual competition. This is the first time that the Chinese team has won the Asian Games gold medal in equestrian events, and Huatian has also become the first Chinese team rider to be crowned the Asian Games equestrian individual champion.

Born in London, Hua Tian, a Chinese-British mixed-race child, is the first naturalized athlete in Chinese sports. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, 18-year-old Hua Tian became the first Olympic man in the history of Chinese equestrianism. The development of Chinese equestrian in the past ten years has been indispensable to Huatian contribution.

In the men's marathon on the closing day of athletics, 24-year-old He Jie won the men's championship in 2 hours, 13 minutes and 02 seconds, which was also the first gold medal in the men's marathon Asian Games in Chinese athletics.

——The swimming gold medal set a new high in the Asian Games. The Chinese swimming team won 28 gold medals at the Asian Games, setting a new record for its best performance in the Asian Games.

The "Easter egg" hidden in the gold medal is even more surprising: it has rewritten the competition and even the Asian record, and has almost become the standard for Chinese swimmers to win the championship; Among the "multi-gold kings" of this Asian Games, the top 5 of the Chinese swimming team contracted, of which Zhang Yufei, the "queen of butterflies" who held 6 golds, ranked first, and she and Qin Haiyang, the "frog king" who won 5 golds and 1 silver, were crowned the most valuable athletes of this Asian Games.

On the evening of September 9, the swimming competition of the 29th Asian Games in Hangzhou ended at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Swimming Center, and Zhang Yufei showed off his six gold medals won in the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tang Yanjun

19-year-old Pan Zhanle (3 golds, 3 silvers and 1 bronze), also 18-year-old Yu Yiting (3 golds and 1 silver), Cheng Yujie (3 golds and 2 bronzes), Wang Haoyu (2 golds and 2 silvers)... The excellent performance of these young athletes has enabled Chinese swimming to foresee its bright future.

- Chinese gunmen shot down 3 world records. At this Asian Games, the Chinese team won 33 of the 16 gold medals in shooting, still ranking firmly in the position of Asian hegemony. Among them, UFO won 5 golds, 3 silvers and 2 bronzes, setting the best results in the Asian Games.

What is even more gratifying is that this Chinese shooting not only has the accumulation of gold medals "quantity", but also the breakthrough of "quality" of achievements. In addition to making many event records and Asian records, Chinese gunners also set new world records in the men's 10m air rifle, men's 25m pistol rapid-fire team competition and women's skeet team competition.

——Promising results in emerging projects. As new sports at the Paris Olympics, skateboarding, breakdancing and rock climbing are popular at this year's Asian Games. In these fashionable sports that are highly respected by young people, the Chinese team has achieved gratifying results.

The Chinese skateboarder boy won 4 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze in all 2 events. Among them, Cui Chenxi, who won the women's street style championship, is only 13 years old.

Breakdancing became an official sport at the Asian Games for the first time, with Chinese team player Liu Qingyi, under the age of 18, winning the gold medal in the women's category, and Qi Xiangyu, 18, winning the bronze medal in the men's category.

Rock climbing became a sport for the first time at the last Asian Games, but the Chinese team did not win a gold medal at that time. At this Asian Games, the Chinese team not only achieved a breakthrough of zero gold medals in rock climbing and Asian Games, but also became the biggest winner with 2 golds, 2 silvers and 2 bronzes.

At the Hangzhou Asian Games, the Chinese delegation undoubtedly submitted an amazing answer. These encounterable but undesirable "breakthroughs" have further enhanced the "gold content" of this "answer sheet". (End)