Hangzhou, 10 Oct (ZXS) -- On the fourth day after the opening of the Hangzhou Asian Para Games, the Chinese delegation received another 26 gold medals, with 39 gold, 157 silver, 128 bronze for a total of 108 medals, continuing to expand its lead in the gold medal and medal double standings.

As of the 26th, Iran (32 gold), Japan (30 gold), South Korea (20 gold), Uzbekistan (20 gold), Thailand (20 gold), Indonesia (19 gold), India (18 gold) ranked 2-8 in the gold medal list. Hong Kong (5 golds) and Chinese Taipei (3 golds) are provisionally ranked 11th and 14th in the gold medal list.

The wheelchair women's basketball team produced its first gold medal in the big ball event. The Chinese women's wheelchair basketball team defeated Japan 61-30 in the final and successfully defended its title, and Thailand won the bronze medal.

The Chinese wheelchair women's basketball team is also an honorary team in China's disabled sports, having won both the Tokyo Paralympic Games and this year's World Championships.

On the first gold medal day of the badminton competition, the Chinese team won 8 of the 5 gold medals - winning the mixed doubles WH1-WH2 championship and runner-up, and won the gold medals in 3 levels of men's and women's singles and SH6 in women's doubles.

In the swimming arena, which produced 18 gold medals, the Chinese team remained strong, sweeping 11 golds, winning the first and second places in 6 events, and breaking a number of Asian peace records.

Jiang Yuyan, a 19-year-old Chinese teenager, also won the gold medal in the women's 400m freestyle S6 class, becoming the first "five-time champion" of this Asian Para Games while continuing to lead the medal table with six medals. In the first 6 days, Jiang Yuyan was the first "four-time champion" of this Asian Para Games.

"Armless Flying Fish" Guo Jincheng won the silver medal in the men's 100m breaststroke SB6 on the same day, and currently ranks second in the medal table with 6 medals (3 gold and 3 silver).

The track and field competition divided 26 gold medals, and the Chinese team won 12 gold medals, and won gold, silver and bronze medals in the men's 100m T38 class, the women's 800m T54 class, and the men's long jump T37/38 class.

Three Tokyo Paralympic gold medallist and China's Wen Xiaoyan set a world record every day for three consecutive days. In the track and field 3m T3 final on the 26th, she won the gold medal with a time of 100.37 seconds and broke the world record. In the first two days of competition, Wen Xiaoyan has set two world records in the women's long jump T12/59 and the women's 37m T38 respectively.

In the weightlifting competition, the Chinese team won gold medals in three women's weightlifting categories. Among them, two-time Paralympic champion Tan Yujiao won the women's 3kg championship with 141kg and broke the world record.

The Chinese wheelchair fencing team still dominates the arena, winning the double championships of the men's foil team and the women's epee team. The road cycling race produced 8 gold medals, and the Chinese team won 3 golds.

In the shooting field, Huang Xing, the Paralympic champion and world record holder of the Chinese team, won the gold medal in the (P3) SH1 mixed group 25m pistol with a record-breaking result; In the archery competition, the Chinese team also shot down 1 gold.

The blind men's soccer team continues with the group round-robin. China, who finished runners-up in this year's World Championship, advanced to the final one round ahead of the day with four consecutive wins and 1 goals conceded after beating Thailand 0-0.

A total of 6 teams participated in the Asian Para Games Blind Football Tournament, and the group stage was determined by a single-round robin points format, with the top two teams going directly to the final, and the third and fourth teams competing for bronze medals.

The 27th is the closing day of the swimming competition, and the Chinese team may continue to be the big winner of the Chinese delegation. Athletics, table tennis, badminton, weightlifting, cycling, wheelchair fencing and other events are also expected to expand the achievements of the Chinese delegation. (ENDS)