China in sports: 2021 booms, 2022 excites

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China in sports: 2021 booms, 2022 excites(图1)
From left: Zhang Yufei celebrates winning the women's 200m butterfly final at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo on July 29, 2021; Su Bingtian reacts after qualifying for the men's 100m final at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Aug 1, 2021; Gu Ailing reacts after winning the Women's Freeski Big Air World Cup finals at Steamboat Resort in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on Dec 4, 2021. 

At the Tokyo Olympics, China bagged 38 gold, 32 silver and 18 bronze medals, equaling its haul of golds at London 2012 for the best performance at an overseas Olympic Games. At the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, the Chinese team won 96 gold, 60 silver and 51 bronze medals, topping the ranking both in gold and total medals for the fifth consecutive Paralympics. The team also set 29 new world records.

At the Tokyo Summer Olympics, sprinter Su Bingtian set a new Asian record when he clocked 9.83 seconds in the men's 100-meter sprint semifinal. Swimmer Zhang Yufei broke the Olympic record in the women's 200m butterfly and won her first Olympic gold at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics. China also won its first gold in the women's 4x200m freestyle relay with a new world and Olympic record time of 7:40.33.

At the 14th National Games in Xi'an, 13 world records were broken in shooting, weightlifting and rock climbing.

Freestyle skier Gu Ailing became the first woman to ever land a right double cork 1440 in any freeski competition to claim her first Big Air World Cup title at Steamboat Resort in Colorado on Dec 4.

Teenage diver Quan Hongchan scored perfect 10s in three of her five dives to win the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics on Aug 5. The baby-faced Quan barely made a ripple in the water during her finals performance and tallied 466.2 points to dominate the field. Quan's three flawless dives went viral both at home and abroad.

Table tennis player Ma Long became the first player to claim back-to-back Olympic men's singles titles, as well as the first man to complete two Grand Slams - the treble of Olympic, world championship and World Cup titles in one year.

Veteran weightlifter Lyu Xiaojun made history by winning a gold medal in the men's 81kg category along with three new Olympic records at the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 31. This is Lyu's third Olympic medal after gold (2012) and silver (2016) in the 77kg category, making the 37-year-old Lyu the first Chinese weightlifter to rack up more than two Olympic medals. Lyu broke the record for the oldest Olympic Games champion in the sport set by Rudolf Plukfelder of the Soviet Union, who was 36 years old when he won gold at Tokyo 1964.

Shot putter Gong Lijiao won her first Olympic gold medal on Aug 1, and the victory marked China's first Olympic gold in field events. The four-time Olympian set her personal best twice in the final, throwing 20.53 meters in the fifth round and 20.58m in her sixth attempt.

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