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13-year-old Cui Xixi becomes China's youngest Asian Games champion: strive to go to the Paris Olympic Games

via:快科技     time:2023/9/27 20:02:56     readed:154

On September 27th, according to media reports,In the skateboarding women's street final of the just-concluded Asian Games, 13-year-old Chinese girl Cui Xiexi won the gold medal and became the youngest Asian Games champion in China.

In the eyes of the outside world, the experience of participating in the Asian Games and winning the championship at the age of 13 is legendary.

After the game, Cui Xiexi said in an interview that she would strive to go to the Paris Olympic Games. If I can qualify, I hope to achieve good results on behalf of China and try my best to hit a good ranking. She also said that in the competition, there will be multiple languages and opponents to encourage each other.

Data show that Cui Xixi can skate at the age of 1 year and 7 months, showing athletic talent. Not only roller skating, such as short-track speed skating, taekwondo, skiing and other sports, Cui Xiexi has also been in contact with since childhood, also like very much.

The coach said that Cui Xiexi has good athletic ability, learns quickly, and more importantly, she is bold and brave when practicing some big props. She practiced a move, but if she couldn't practice it, she wouldn't rest until she succeeded. We were also moved to see this and were determined to stick to it with her.


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