(We Chinese in America Media Editor Tang Zhao, February 6, 2022) In the Beijing Winter Olympics short track speed skating mixed team 2000m relay final, the Chinese team competed fiercely with the Italian team. Wu Dajing (pictured above), the last team of the Chinese team, narrowly defeated the Italian team in the final sprint by one foot, won China's first gold medal at the Winter Olympics. (Photo from Associated Press)

China's first gold medal in the Beijing Winter Olympics was released on the 5th, Beijing time. The Chinese team surpassed the Italian team by a distance of one foot in the short track speed skating event, narrowly winning the gold; on the other hand, Norwegian cross-country skier Dre Therese Johaug wins double pursuit event to win first gold medal at Beijing Winter Olympics Win a silver medal in a skill event.

The Beijing Winter Olympics short track speed skating 2000-meter mixed relay quarter is the first event set up after the PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Chinese team members Qu Chunyu, Fan Kexin, Ren Ziwei and Wu Dajing set a record with a score of 2:37.535. Keep the first gold medal in this project in China.

In the final, the Chinese team, Hungary, Canada, and the Italian team competed for the championship glory; in the last five laps of the game, the Canadian team and the Hungarian team collided, and only the Chinese team and the Italian team continued to sprint.

Although Pietro Sighel of Italy sprinted hard in the last lap, Wu Dajing finally won the championship with one foot, and the team finally won the championship with 2:37.348.

Beijing resident Cheng Hongwei said: "It's very exciting, exciting and emotional, I watched the Chinese team step by step to the finish line, the glory belongs to China”

(Source: Compiled from Online Information)



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