As a traditional Chinese sports team, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army sports fleet has created one after another in the domestic arena in the past 70 years. We have selected 7 proud men and 3 teams from several generations of Chinese military sports elites. Through their extraordinary achievements, we will jointly recall the extraordinary achievements of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army in the competitive and military sports arena over the past 70 years, and review the passion of Chinese military athletes. Burning years.
In the 1950s and 1960s, a group of sports champions repeatedly broke world records in weightlifting, swimming, track and field, and archery. The feats of athletes in the sports world made the motherland get rid of the hat of "Sick man of East Asia" in one fell swoop. One was a famous archery general who came out of the barracks, and his name was Xu Kaicai. Xu Kaicai was the champion of the first National Games. From 1960 to 1963, he won many national championships, during which he won the double-round 90m archery championship at the First Emerging Forces Games. The highlight of Xu Kaicai's sports career was when he broke the men's double-round 70m world record with 585 rings in the 1963 National Seven Unit Archery Competition. During his national career, Xu Kaicai won the National Sports Medal of Honor twice.
In 1979, Ma Yanhong, who was only 15 years old, beat the crowd in the World Gymnastics Championships. She won the women's uneven bars championship with 19.825 points. This achievement made Ma Yanhong the first world champion of Chinese gymnastics and the "Eastern Spring Swallow" described by Western reporters. In the 1981 World Championships, Ma Yanhong won the fourth place in the women's individual all-around, becoming the first Chinese gymnast to enter the top 6 all-around world games. Five years later, at the Los Angeles Olympics, Ma Yanhong once again boarded the uneven bars championship podium. Ma Yanhong's full set of uneven bars is characterized by straight arms, straight and large swing drop techniques. Her "stretch bar back flip 360° down" was named "Ma Yanhong down" because of its high difficulty and perfect movements. This is the first Gymnastics moves named after the Chinese.
From the late 1980s to the early 1990s, the Chinese table tennis team fell to the lowest point in history due to lack of contact and backward play. During those difficult days, Wang Tao and his teammates worked hard, they just smashed a way through the Asian and European powers, and made special contributions to the national table tennis to re-establish the world table tennis summit. In response to the situation of Chinese men's table tennis at the time, Chinese table tennis decision maker Cai Zhenhua proposed to use doubles as a breakthrough. The golden combination of Chinese men's doubles composed of Wang Tao and teammate Lu Lin played a pioneering role. They won the runner-up in the 1991 World Table Tennis Championships and in 1992. The Olympic champion, 1993 World Table Tennis Championships champion, a series of outstanding achievements have established the confidence for Chinese men's table tennis to recreate glory. In the 1995 Tianjin World Table Tennis Championships, Wang Tao appeared as the main team player. He and his teammates defeated the Swedish team 3:2 in the men's team final. The Chinese men's table tennis team regained the lost 6-year-old men's team championship trophy. Swathlin Cup".
In early 1992, hundreds of millions of Chinese who watched the 16th Winter Olympics on TV remembered a name: Ye Qiaobo. It was her who ended the history of the Chinese ice and snow sports world not making the Winter Olympics medal list; it was she who ignited the hope of the Chinese Winter Olympics team to hit the gold medal. In 1991, the international speed skating world was called "Ye Qiao Bo Nian". That year, she repeatedly crossed the finish line in the World Championships and World Cup finals and became the "queen" of the 500-meter speed skating event. She was regarded by the outside world as 1992. The Winter Olympics are the favorites to win gold. Regrettably, due to various reasons, Ye Qiaobo missed the opportunity to make gold in the 1992 Winter Olympics, and she was second place twice. Two years later, Ye Qiaobo, who was dragging a injured leg, appeared again in the Winter Olympics and finally won a bronze medal. Ye Qiaobo's fighting spirit touched the entire stadium. A Dutch reporter said: "In my mind, Ye Qiaobo is the eternal champion!" Ye Qiaobo's fighting spirit also moved her motherland. In June 1998, the Central Military Commission of the People's Republic of China awarded Soye Qiaobo the honorary title of "Top Sportsman".
1992年初，在电视上观看了第16届冬季奥运会的亿万中国人想起了一个名字：叶乔波。是她结束了中国冰雪运动世界的历史，没有进入冬季奥运会奖牌榜。是她点燃了中国冬季奥运会代表队获得金牌的希望。 1991年，国际速滑界被称为“叶乔波年”。那一年，她在世界锦标赛和世界杯决赛中多次越过终点线，成为500米速滑比赛的“皇后”。外界认为她是1992年。冬季奥运会是赢得金牌的最爱。遗憾的是，由于种种原因，叶乔波错过了1992年冬季奥运会夺金的机会，她两次获得亚军。两年后，拖着一条受伤的腿的叶巧波再次出现在冬季奥运会中，并最终获得了铜牌。叶乔波的战斗精神打动了整个体育场。一位荷兰记者说：“在我看来，叶乔波是永恒的冠军！”叶乔波的战斗精神也感动了她的祖国。 1998年6月，中华人民共和国中央军事委员会授予苏业乔波“最佳运动员”荣誉称号。
More than 20 years ago, Liu Guoliang was the first experimenter of this new technology of pen-hold shooting. He became famous as a young player and participated in the 1995 Tianjin World Table Tennis Championships as a young team member. In that competition, he joined Wang Tao and other teammates. On the team championship podium. Relying on his innovative play style and extraordinary talent, Liu Guoliang gradually became a core member of the national table tennis team in the following years: the 1996 Olympic Games won the men's singles and men's doubles championships, and the 1999 World Table Tennis Championships won the men's singles championship and achieved the first domestic men's table tennis championship. Honor. After retiring, Liu Guoliang became the coach of the national team. His new position has also created impressive performance. Especially since 2005, he has led the Chinese men's table tennis team to create a team and men's singles record in the Olympic and World Table Tennis Championships, demonstrating his high record. Team building and on-the-spot command ability. In 2013, Liu Guoliang was promoted to the head coach of the national table tennis team. In the following 4 years, he wrote almost perfect scores. At the end of 2018, Liu Guoliang provoked the burden of the chairman of the Chinese Table Tennis Association. This ping pong ghost began to write his own table tennis story at a higher level.
二十多年前，刘国梁是这种直拍技术的第一个实验者。他年轻时就出名，并以年轻的队员身份参加了1995年天津世界乒乓球锦标赛。在那场比赛中，他加入了王涛和其他队友。在团体冠军领奖台上。凭借他创新的打球风格和非凡的才华，刘国梁在随后的几年中逐渐成为国家乒乓球队的核心成员：1996年奥运会获得了男子单打和男子双打冠军，1999年世界乒乓球锦标赛获得了冠军。男子单打冠军，并取得了首届国内男子乒乓球冠军。荣誉。退休后，刘国梁成为国家队的教练。他的新职位也创造了令人印象深刻的表现。特别是自2005年以来，他带领中国男子乒乓球队在奥运会和世界乒乓球锦标赛上创造了个人单打战绩，这是他的最高战绩。团队建设和现场指挥能力。 2013年，刘国梁被提升为国家乒乓球队的主教练。在随后的四年中，他的成绩几乎完美。 2018年底，刘国梁挑起了中国乒乓球协会主席的重担。这个乒乓鬼开始在更高层次上写自己的乒乓球故事。
2 Olympic men’s singles champion, 5 World Championships men’s singles champion, 6 All England Open men’s singles champion, 2 Asian Games men’s singles champion, 4 National Games men’s singles champion, plus 6 tops of Thomas Cup competitions, 5 aspirations for Sudirman, a series of honors made Lin Dan the undisputed first person in the history of world badminton. In the early days, Lin Dan thrived in the badminton world with a violent style of play. His superhuman talent allowed him to board a series of international championship podiums and jumped to the top of the world rankings early. He was praised as "Super Dan" by foreign media. In 2008, when he became an Olympic champion, Lin Dan's style of play has gradually turned to a controlled type. His flexible offensive and defensive skills have allowed him to play a new level in terms of observability and content. From 2004 to 2012 and from 2005 to 2011, Lin Dan served as the main player of the Chinese team's men's singles in the five Thomas Cup and the four Sudirman Cup, playing a central role in the team's consecutive gold medals.
At the beginning of 2012, when the outside world generally believed that Wang Yihan, Wang Shixian, and Wang Xin would lock up the three Olympic tickets for the National Yu Women’s Singles, the little-known Li Xuerui used his unique attacking style to win the game. Won several Olympic points championships, this young player who was listed as the star of hope in the Rio Olympic cycle by the national feathers decision-makers, dramatically squeezed out his senior sister Wang Shixian at the last minute of the London Olympic points tournament, and won a precious one. Tickets for the Olympic Games. At the London Olympics, Li Xuerui played another good show, and she won a heavy Olympic gold medal. Entering the Rio Olympic cycle, Li Xuerui took advantage of her style of play and age to secure her first role in the women's singles. In the women's singles semifinals of the Rio Olympics, Li Xuerui tore the cruciate ligament in the game. She was tenacious and stood on the field. In the end, she ended the trip to the Rio Olympics due to serious injuries. In 2018, Li Xuerui returned from injury. Unfortunately, she has not been able to return to the peak state in a series of games since then, and announced her retirement in October last year.
In the Chinese sports arena, Bayi Men’s Basketball is almost a myth. This team has maintained an unbeaten record in the domestic arena for a long time. In the 1970s, with the rise of Mu Tiezhu, Guo Yonglin and Wu Xinshui, the Bayi Men's Basketball Team began to write their legends. Since then, Wang Fei, Huang Yunlong, Liu Yudong, Li Nan, Wang Zhizhi and other digital masters have extended the glory of the Bayi men’s basketball team to the 1970s and the beginning of this century. Several generations of Bayi men’s basketball players have joined forces to form this hero team. Become a lonely and defeated trump card teacher. Over the past 30 years, the Bayi Men’s Basketball Team has created five consecutive championships in the National Games and six consecutive championships in the CBA. Forty years ago, the American college star team bowed its head to the top. Obviously, these are beyond the reach of peers. the height of. Of course, the glory of Bayi basketball does not only come from the men’s basketball team. Over the years, the Bayi Women’s Basketball team has trained several generations of Chinese women’s basketball representative figures such as Chen Yuefang, Zheng Haixia, Li Xin, Sui Feifei, Chen Nan, and Li Meng. The Bayi Men’s Basketball Team jointly performed the magic of Chinese basketball.
For many years, the Bayi Women’s Volleyball Team has always been one of the important forces in China’s women’s volleyball arena, winning the National Games, the Women’s Volleyball League and other major domestic competitions many times. From 1981 to 2019, the Chinese women's volleyball team won the world’s three major championships 10 times, and each time they won the championship, they left a distinctive mark on the Bayi Women's Volleyball Team: from Cao Huiying, Chen Zhaodi, Yang Xi, Yang Xilan, and Li Yanjun in the five consecutive championships to gold at the beginning of this century. The generations of Zhao Ruirui and Wang Lina, and then to Yang Junjing and Yuan Xinyue in the Lang Ping era, several generations of Bayi Women's Volleyball Team will use their excellent skills and team spirit to create the "Chinese Women's Volleyball" brand that shocked the world sports arena with their teammates.
Although it is not an Olympic event, the Bayi Military Pentathlon team also performed extraordinary excitement in its own field. In the past 40 years, this team has continuously made breakthroughs in the World Military Pentathlon Championships. It has created more than 100 world championships and more than 60 person-times to break the world record. It has created "unfading heroes" in the world military sports arena. "Legend", was awarded the honorary title of "Heroic Military Pentathlon" by the Central Military Commission. Wang Lianying, Li Zhong, Xu Lei... Over the past 30 years, several generations of Chinese military pride have worked together to create another "Chinese miracle" in the military sports arena. In the new era, this powerful division will continue to interpret the legend of Chinese soldiers in the world military sports arena.
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