The enthusiasm for sport continues in China after the Tokyo Olympics

It is not easy to understand that a doll can please thousands of Internet users. But in fact, he did.

After leaving her donkey doll behind after her National Games campaign in Xi’an, capital of Shaanxi province (northwest China), the new Olympic diving champion Quan Hongchan turned to the platform of type Twitter Weibo for help.

“I unexpectedly forgot you in Xi’an,” wrote the 14-year-old diver who won an Olympic gold medal in Tokyo with three perfect scores on five dives before adding two National Games titles to his collection.

Quan’s post received over 7,000 comments, many of which offer both comfort and insight. “Quan left her doll in Xi’an” has even become a trending topic on social platforms.

Luckily, Quan got her doll back in just over two hours. The story of the lost and found Quan doll is a vivid example of the Chinese people’s enduring enthusiasm for the sport after the Tokyo Olympics, according to insiders.

There is only a short break between the postponed Olympics and the Chinese National Games, and since many prominent Olympians also participate in Xi’an, many sports fans are following the National Games closely, the newspaper said. Qianjiang Evening News, based in Zhejiang.

At the Tokyo Olympics, China won 38 gold, 32 silver and 18 bronze, tying its gold in London 2012 for the best performance at any overseas Olympics.

While these exciting and glorious moments were widely celebrated by the public, the hard work, dedication and tenacity of the athletes was appreciated even more.

The topic “The Olympics Really Changed My Aesthetic Standards” was discussed nearly 600 million times on social platforms during Tokyo 2020, as many netizens expressed their deeper understanding of the sport.

“This physical beauty reflects the true Olympic spirit,” commented one internet user.

Su Bingtian has been hailed as a hero by many sports fans for refreshing the Asian men’s 100m record with 9.83 seconds.

The Chinese women’s basketball team gave people reason to be optimistic about their prospects after finishing fifth at the Olympics.

Internet users have shown their appreciation for the muscular stature and natural skin color of athletes, which represent health in the common sense of people.

Chinese athletes maintained workouts during their quarantine days in China and posted video clips of their workout online that were followed and emulated by millions of sports fans.

Star athletes such as Quan, Su, table tennis Grand Slam winner Ma Long and two-time Olympic shooting gold medalist Yang Qian returned to the limelight at the National Games, which officially opened on Wednesday. , producing a series of trending topics on social platforms with their waves – court performances, photos or even a doll.

These athletes have also become inspirations for ordinary people in their quest for a healthier life.

Under the theme of “Games for all, together in spirit and action”, the 14th National Games paved the way not only for elite athletes to fight for glory, but also for ordinary people to show their skills. athletic skills and enthusiasm. A total of 185 events in 19 sports are open to the masses during the current Games.

Zhao Jixian, 78, competes in table tennis in the mass program. A new age category of over 70 is added to the mass program of the 14th edition of the Games to cater to senior table tennis fans.

Zhao had a win and a loss on his first day of action. “The loss doesn’t matter. I’m happy because I’ve been here to play. For us, playing table tennis is just for love and for our health. We do it for physical exercise and for have fun, is there anything better than this? ”

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