Chinese in the Tokyo Paralympic
The Paralympic Games was first organized in 1960. It is a comprehensive international sporting event organized by the International Olympic Committee and the International Paralympic Committee. It is a comprehensive international sporting event specifically for the disabled. It is held every four years.
In the women's 200m freestyle S5 finals that just ended, a Chinese sports player, Zhang Li, won the first place in this competition and won the gold medal.
With the referee's whistle, Zhang Li, who had been waiting for a long time at the starting point, rushed into the water like an arrow. At a distance of 200 meters, Zhang Li took only 2:46.53 to win the gold medal of the Tokyo Paralympic
Women's 200 from the S5 level. Since the start of the game, Zhang Li has been lagging behind the British players. Until the final 50-meter sprint stage, Zhang Li began to exert force, constantly narrowing the gap with the British players, and finally successfully defended the title with a slight advantage of 0.12 seconds!
It is worth mentioning that this is Zhang Li's fifth Olympic gold medal. In Rio five years ago, Zhang Li, who was only 18 years old, won four golds in one fell swoop. Five years later, in Tokyo, she is still struggling with strength.
Next, Zhang Li will also participate in the S5 level 100m freestyle, S5 level 50m breaststroke and SB4 level 100m breaststroke.
Let us cheer for them and cheer for their indomitable sportsmanship!
Expect Chinese Olympic athletes to let the Chinese flag fly high and let the national anthem resound throughout the Tokyo Paralympic Games！！
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