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Exciting moments: China's gold medals review [Copy link] 中文

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No 22  Tian Qing/Zhaoyunlei

Chinese badminton players Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei outplayed Japanese pair Fujii Mizuki/Kakiiwa Reika 2-0 Saturday afternoon, winning the gold medals in women's doubles.


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No 23 Chen Ding

   Gold medalist Chen Ding of China (C), silver medalist Erick Barrondo of Quatemala (L) and bronze medalist Wang Zhen of China pose during victory ceremony of men's 20km race walk contest, at London 2012 Olympic Games in London, Britain, on August 4, 2012

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No 24 Sun Yang



If the swimming world is casting an eye around for the next superstar, Sun Yang could well be one of the candidates as he showed with his stunning swim to win the 1,500 meters freestyle and beat his own world record in the event.

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No 25  women’s team epee


China has won its fifth gold of day eight in the women’s team epee. The Chinese team triumphed with a score of 39 to 25 after the nine matches against South Korea.

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No 26 Lin Dan

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Chinese badminton star Lin Dan beats his arch-rival Lee Chong Wei from Malaysia 2-1 after dropping a game, and wins the gold medal in men's singles Sunday afternoon in the Wembley Arena.

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No 27 Zou Kai



Zou Kai of China won the horizontal gold medal at the Beijing Olympic Games on Tuesday.

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No 28 Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng

Chinese badminton players Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng beat their Danish rivals 2-0 Sunday afternoon and clinched the gold medal in the men's doubles of the Olympic Games in the Wembley Arena.

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