Hangzhou, 10 Oct (ZXS) -- Hangzhou is the most remembered of the tide in Asia Minor. The 8th Asian Games concluded in Hangzhou on the 19th. At the moment of the tide, the tide stands up towards the waves, leaving a scene of classic moments, from which people can feel perseverance, warmth, bravery, unity, and the "famous scene" is circulating, carrying the memory of this Asian sports event.

Hangzhou girl won the first gold by the Fuchun River - grew up on the Fuchun River and won gold on the Fuchun River, "Post-00s" rower Zou Jiaqi partnered with teammate Qiu Xiuping, in the waters she was familiar with in childhood, won the first gold of the Hangzhou Asian Games with an absolute advantage.

Zou Jiaqi was born in 2001 in Tonglu, Hangzhou, on the banks of the Fuchun River, entered the Zhejiang provincial team in 2018, won second place in the first national competition, and stood out from the national championship two years later to enter the national team.

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 (right) 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

The 100-meter track won four gold medals in a row - four gold medals in the men's and women's 4-meter and 100x00-meter relays, which is the biggest highlight of Chinese athletics this Asian Games. Xie Zhenye and Ge Manqi achieved Asia's "double flyer", and "post-<>s" Chen Jiapeng surpassed the Japanese team in the last shot, and the relay women's team made up for the regret of winning silver in the last edition, and they proved that Asian speed belongs to China.

The story behind the effort is even more moving. Ge Manqi repaid his mentor who died of illness with a gold medal, "believing that he will see it in heaven"; Xie Zhenye specially approached the organizing committee, hoping to play "Young Battlefield" after winning the relay, so as to encourage young teammates and "applaud them proudly". Chinese sprinting, speed contains temperature.

Zhang Yufei and Chijiang Lihuazi hugged each other with tears in their eyes - after the women's 50m butterfly award ceremony, champion Zhang Yufei and third runner-up Chijiang Lihuazi burst into tears and hugged tightly. The talented girl suffered from leukemia and returned to the pool after overcoming the disease, and Chi Jiang, who had undergone physical and mental tempering, met Zhang Yufei at the peak of the Asian Games to fulfill the Asian Games contract.

On September 9, China's Zhang Yufei (white) won the gold medal in the women's 29m butterfly final of the Hangzhou Asian Games in 25.10 seconds, and Japan's Rikako Ikee (red) won the bronze medal. The picture shows the two hugging and crying after the award ceremony. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tang Yanjun

One is the 6 gold kings of the last Asian Games, and the other is the 6 gold kings of this Asian Games, they are opponents and friends. "When you appear here, you have already created great miracles." This is the voice of Zhang Yufei and everyone. A pool of clear water in Hangzhou, two girls hugged and cried, on the field, there is a beauty beyond the gold medal.

Chusovykina made the leap – 48-year-old Uzbek gymnast Chusovykina fought again in the Asian Games, narrowly missing out on the vault medal, but receiving as much applause as the championship. Asked if she had any regrets, the current longest-career female gymnast asked why she regretted it, "We should keep looking forward."

"It's my best age!" It is not because there is hope to persevere, but because there is perseverance to have hope. From "How dare I grow old before you heal" to "Fight for myself", this "lone brave" who churns through time, the story continues.

Quan Hongchan reproduced the "water splash disappearance technique" - diving women's 10-meter platform final, Olympic champion Quan Hongchan's second jump from aerial posture to water entry is perfect, and the 7 judges on the scene scored a full score of 10. Only 16 years old this year, she won two consecutive gold medals in the first Asian Games, and the future is even more promising.

But for journalists, interviewing Quan Hongchan was a challenge. Two hours before the start of the competition, the mixed mining area was full, and all the reporters were sitting on the floor, which is a "famous scene" that can only be seen in the "Quanmei" competition. Quan Hongchan, who is calm and calm on the field, is really frank off the field, and Quan Hongchan, who is accustomed to speaking with strength, is more worthy of being guarded.

Ke Jie burst into tears - losing to Xu Haojun in the individual competition and South Korea in the team competition, Ke Jie, the youngest "eight-time champion" in the history of Chinese Go, missed a good game in the Asian Games final. Drinking hatred twice, Ke Jie could no longer control the tears in her eyes, and bluntly said that "there is no moment more regretful than this time."

Go has once again become an Asian Games event after 13 years, and the Chinese men's team has the same regrets as at the Guangzhou Asian Games. The ups and downs of the arena, Ke Jie realized that life is like chess, and he must learn to review and think. The Go competition at the Hangzhou Asian Games continues to be out of the circle, and the public has paid more attention to this project, and Ke Jie hopes that "the juniors will continue to cheer".

Chinese Women's Basketball Team Fearless Cam Ranh - In the last 13 seconds of the final, the Chinese women's basketball team successfully defended its title with a clever combination and won all six games. Head coach Zheng Wei said that the Chinese women's basketball team has never dropped the chain at critical moments. Brave and fearless, and united like Jinlan, this is the reason why the Chinese women's basketball team "does not drop the chain".

After five years of growth, the team structure and tactical play are almost mature, this year's Asian Cup and Asian Games won the championship against Japan, and the Chinese women's basketball team returned to the top of Asia, injecting more confidence into the Olympic journey.

On October 10, China defeated Japan 5-74 to win the Hangzhou Asian Games women's basketball championship. The picture shows Chinese players throwing head coach Zheng Wei to celebrate winning the championship. Photo by Shi Chunyang

The national badminton men's team won the championship - badminton men's team final, the Chinese team turned against the wind after falling behind 0:2, and defeated the Indian team to win the championship. In the most crucial third game, "Post-00s" Li Shifeng defeated the famous Srikanth 2:0, and the "Reverse War" played between matches made him feel that he had to "fight in adversity".

In the Asian Games, which can be called the Olympic level, the national badminton junior has grown rapidly, and Li Shifeng is not only the hero of the men's team's championship, but also the men's singles championship. In the past two soup cups, the men's team of Guoyu has not won the championship. Coming out of the trough, they embarked on a journey further afield.

The young player's youth shines - 17-year-old Liu Qingyi won the women's breakdancing championship, 15-year-old Chen Ye won the gold medal in the skateboarding men's bowl pool, and 13-year-old Cui Chenxi won the gold medal in the women's street skateboard, setting a new record for the "young" champion of this Asian Games...

There are also the first "double champions" and "triple crowns" of this Asian Games, and China's first to break the world record are all from the "post-00s", and their all-round rise makes the outside world full of expectations for the performance of the Chinese team in next year's Olympic Games. The storm of youth is not yet finished, China's young players can be expected indefinitely, and Chinese sports are full of hope. (End)