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Chengdu 2023 Summer World University Games丨Inventory of Chinese sports stars who have emerged from the FISU

August 17, 2023
Chengdu 2023 Summer World University Games丨Inventory of Chinese sports stars who have emerged from the FISU

Part 1.

Splashing golden fireworks

 

Fireworks present the words “WELCOME” in the sky to welcome friends from all over the world! When the sky above the venue is lit up by fireworks, the gorgeous golden fireworks are like splashing water, which is so beautiful!


 

Part 2.

Pandas in Chengdu

 

Pandas in the opening ceremony was too high, 34 pandas bouncing around and interacting with the audience, it's really not too good!

 

Part 3.

All attention! Main torch tower lit

 

Ye Guangfu, an astronaut on the manned mission of Shenzhou 13, served as the main torchbearer. The fireworks are passed, and the divine bird spreads its wings. Finally, ignite the torch tower outside the field.


 

Part 4.

Exciting event express

 

Among the 411 athletes in the Chinese delegation, more than 30 have participated in the Olympic Games, and some of them are Olympic champions.

 

First Gold Winner,Cao Maoyuan

 

On July 29, Cao Maoyuan, an athlete from Chengdu Institute of Physical Education, defied strong opponents and won the championship in the Men's Nanquan martial arts Routine Competition at the 31st World University Summer Games in Chengdu.

 

Li Bingjie, Chinese swimmer

 

At the Tokyo Olympics, Li Bingjie broke the Asian record in the 400-meter freestyle with a time of 4:01.08 and won the bronze medal.

 

Zhang Yufei, Chinese swimmer

 

In the women's 4x200m freestyle relay final, the Chinese team composed of Yang Junxuan, Tang Muhan, Zhang Yufei, and Li Bingjie won the championship with a time of 7:40.33, breaking the world record. This is the first relay Olympic champion of the Chinese swimming team.

 

Han XuChinese women's basketball player

 

In the roster of the Chinese women's basketball FISU team, the name of a world-class center appeared-Han Xu. Han Xu was selected as the best team in last year's Women's Basketball World Cup, and also won the MVP of this year's Women's Basketball Asian Cup. With her help, the Chinese women's basketball team won the Asian Cup championship.


 

How much do sports masters know?

 

The World University Games is an important stage for young athletes,and many athletes have shined on this stage.

 

Li Ning, 11th FISU in 1981

 

In 1981, Li Ning, who was only 18 years old, won three gold medals in floor exercise, pommel horse and rings alone. Li Ning stood in the international arena for the first time and became famous in the first battle. The Li Ning era of Chinese gymnastics also kicked off from here.

 

Lang Ping, 11th FISU in 1981

 

At the 11th World University Games, "Iron Hammer" Lang Ping participated as a student of the School of Physical Education, and won the women's volleyball championship with the Chinese team, achieving China's "three major balls" in the world competition gold medal "zero breakthrough" and becoming the Chinese women's volleyball team Since then, it has become the starting point of the great cause of "five consecutive championships".


 

Yao Ming at the 21st FISU in 2001

 

In 2001, the 21st FISU was held in Beijing, China for the first time. As a student of Shanghai Jiaotong University, Yao Ming led the Chinese men's basketball team to triumph all the way. In the semifinals, Yao Ming contributed 18 rebounds and 5 blocked shots throughout the game, beating the mighty American team 83-82. Since then, Yao Ming has started his NBA journey.


 

Li Na at the 21st FISU in 2001

 

At the 21st FISU, 19-year-old Li Na won three gold medals in tennis women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles. It can be called one of the brightest stars in the FISU. This also laid the foundation for her to win the French Open and the Australian Open and become the first Grand Slam singles champion in Asia.

 

Liu Xiang at the 21st FISU in 2001

 

At the 21st FISU, 18-year-old Liu Xiang was still a student at East China Normal University. In the men's 110 m hurdles final, Liu Xiang won the gold medal with a time of 13.33 seconds. This was also his first world championship, thus opening a new chapter in his career.

 

Every youthful face will leave the brightest smile in Chengdu!

 


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