Our reporter Sun Longfei On August 31, Chinese player Jiang Fenfen (left) received congratulations from South African player Cheryl James after winning the women’s 400m T37 championship.Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Hu Huhu On August 27, after the first round of wheelchair tennis men’s singles, Chinese player Ji Zhenxu (left) and Austrian player Martin Legner greeted each other.Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Cai Yang On August 27th, Chinese player Lu Dong (middle) at the award ceremony.Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Zhang Cheng On September 1, the Tokyo Paralympic Games entered its eighth day. The Chinese team players won 6 golds that day. The Chinese sports delegation continued to top the medal list with 68 golds, 43 silvers and 36 bronzes. The total number of gold medals for the Chinese sports delegation in the previous Summer Paralympics reached 502. The impressive athletic performance is inspiring. The Chinese disabled athletes’ unwillingness to fight, respect for opponents, self-confidence and friendliness, embodying “courage, perseverance, motivation, and equality”, highlighting the excitement of the Paralympic Games beyond winning or losing. . The Chinese women’s seated volleyball team defeated Rwanda on the 1st and advanced to the semi-finals as the group leader. Team leader Liu Jin said: “The girls are united and not afraid of strong players. They played fast, flexible, and changeable. They showed high morale and good competitive state.” As the youngest member of the team, a 20-year-old. Hu Huizi came off the bench in the third game. She said: “I was very nervous before going on the court. I didn’t find the feeling of exerting force in the first few goals. My teammates encouraged me and reminded me in time, which gave me confidence.” Since the Chinese women’s seated volleyball team participated in the Paralympic Games for the first time in 2004, it has won the championship three consecutive times and won the runner-up in the Rio Paralympic Games in 2016. 37-year-old Zhang Xufei is participating in the Paralympic Games for the fifth time. She has more responsibility in her heart. “I was only 17 or 18 years old when I first played. Now I want to bring as many young players as possible to help them. Grow up quickly.” Zheng Tao, a swimmer who participated in the Paralympic Games for the third time, broke the tournament record in the men’s 50m freestyle S5 level on the 1st and won his fourth gold medal at the Paralympic Games. It was also for China. The sports delegation won the 500th gold medal in the history of the Summer Paralympics. In this preparatory cycle, Zheng Tao insisted on swimming tens of thousands of meters every day. “Faster, higher, stronger” is Zheng Tao’s motto. He hopes to set an example for his daughter, “There is no difficulty in life that cannot be overcome!” A few days ago, swimmer Lu Dong won the gold medal in the women’s 50m butterfly S5 level competition. When posing for a photo on the podium, she took the initiative to squat down to maintain the same height as the silver and bronze medalists in wheelchairs. This scene moved the audience, and people sighed: “This girl has great love in her heart.” Lu Dong lost her arms in a car accident when she was a child. In 2004, she began to practice swimming and won 1 gold and 2 silver in the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. Lu Dong has a wide range of interests, likes to play the piano, loves calligraphy, and sports make her live a positive and optimistic life and have the courage to try new things. “If I didn’t practice swimming, I wouldn’t get to know so many friends who are physically disabled like me. Their self-reliance and self-reliance have added confidence to me.” Lu Dong said. For the disabled, life may have many inconveniences, but sports has opened another door to the wider world for them. The innocent smiles of Chinese players at the Paralympic Games are a vivid manifestation of their enjoyment of sports. .