Heilongjiang players win 10 medals at national youth games
Updated : 2019-08-08
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Players from Heilongjiang province won 10 gold medals in the men’s and women’s short track speed skating competitions of the 2nd Youth Games of the People's Republic of China, which were held at the Hebei Olympics Center in Zhengding, Hebei province, from Aug 1 to 5.
This was the first time a short track speed skating competition was featured in the national youth games.
Around 300 players participated in the event, which consisted of 36 group competitions.
Heilongjiang players won gold medals in the women’s 100 meter, 1,500 meter, and 3,000 meter competitions, as well as in the men’s 500 meter, 1,000 meter, and 5,000 meter competitions.
The Youth Games of the People's Republic of China were launched in 1988 and are held once every four years. Their purpose is to find and cultivate athletes for the Olympics and increase the popularity of sports.
The finals for the short track speed skating competition of the 2nd Youth Games of the People's Republic of China are held at the Hebei Olympics Center in Zhengding, Hebei province on Aug 5. [Photo/dbw.cn]
An award ceremony for the women’s short track speed skating competition of the 2nd Youth Games of the People's Republic of China is held at the Hebei Olympics Center in Zhengding, Hebei province on Aug 5. [Photo/dbw.cn]
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