Tag: Final

Guoping won the World Cup women’s singles champion and runner up fan Zhendong against Zhang benzhihe

Beijing, Dec. 7 (Xinhua) on the evening of the 6th Beijing time, the world table tennis professional league (WTT) World Cup finals began to compete for the semi-finals of men’s and women’s singles. Fan Zhendong beat teammate Wang Chuqin 4-2 and will meet Japanese player Zhang benzhihe in the final. Sun yingsha defeated Japanese player hina Morita 4-1 and met with another national table tennis player Wang Yidi in the women’s singles final.


China beat Japan to defend the Sudiman cup for the 12th time

Beijing, Oct. 3 (Xinhua) on the evening of the 3rd Beijing time, in the Sudiman Cup final, China defeated its old rival Japan 3-1 to defend the title successfully. In the final, although Chen Yufei, who had helped the Chinese team reach the final in a continuous high-intensity competition, lost to Shankou Qian, the Chinese men’s doubles he Jiting / Zhou Haodong, men’s singles Shi Yuqi and women’s doubles Chen Chenchen / Jia Yifan all won. This is the 12th Sudiman Cup won by the Chinese team. Congratulations to the Chinese badminton team!


National Football U16 selection handsome! Goal U17 Asian Cup and 2023 U17 World Cup

China News Service, February 24. The Chinese Football Association announced on its official website on the 24th that it will select the U16 national men’s football team coach. The goal is to lead the team to participate in the 2022 U17 Asian Cup preliminaries and enter the final stage of the competition, and strive to win 2023. Qualification for the U17 World Cup.


Ke Jie in the LG Cup final did not sleep all night and still took the lead. Is the youngest ninth winner here?

Ke Jie is in the game. Photo courtesy of China Go Association.

China News Service, February 1st. In the finals of the 25th LG Cup World Chess King Tournament opened on the 1st, Beijing time, Chinese player Ke Jie faced South Korean player Shin Minji. Ke Jie won the first game in the middle of the game. Next city first. As the first Chinese Go player, Ke Jie is currently launching an impact on Li Changhao’s record as the youngest “Nine Champion”.