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《TAIPEI TIMES》 Taiwan skaters finish 1-2 at the Asian Games


Taiwan’s Shih Pei-yu, second right, leads the pack, with Taiwan’s Yang Ho-chen, front left, in second, in the Asian Games women’s speedskating 10,000m point-elimination race in Hangzhou, China, yesterday.
Photo: CNA

Taiwan’s Shih Pei-yu, second right, leads the pack, with Taiwan’s Yang Ho-chen, front left, in second, in the Asian Games women’s speedskating 10,000m point-elimination race in Hangzhou, China, yesterday. Photo: CNA

2023/10/01 03:00

SISTER ACT: Latisha Chan and Chan Hao-ching won gold in the women’s doubles tennis, giving Latisha the most golds of any Taiwanese in the history of the Games

/ Staff writer, with CNA

Taiwanese skaters Shih Pei-yu (施沛妤) and Yang Ho-chen (楊合貞) yesterday finished first and second respectively in the women’s 10,000m speedskating race at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, with Shih bagging the country’s first roller-skating gold at the event.

Skaters earn points each lap for being in first or second, with Shih scoring a total of 21 points and Yang 18.

Shih, 18, is competing in the Asian Games for the first time. Her win took Taiwan’s gold medal tally to six.

“It feels like a dream,” she said after the race. “At first I only wanted to get a medal, but it’s amazing that I won gold.”

“I want to thank my parents and the more experienced skaters who encouraged me,” she said.

Taiwan skating coach Wu Chiung-chu (吳炯助) said it was unsurprising that the two had dominated the race, but it was unfortunate that Yang’s performance was affected by injuries.

“In the last few rounds, she could not feel her feet,” Wu said. “However, it’s great that Taiwanese skaters took gold and silver.”

Yang, 30, was injured during the 2021 World Championships in Colombia, where she fractured her spine and wrist in a fall when her competitors bumped her on the track. Her injuries required emergency surgery.

In tennis, sisters Latisha Chan (詹詠然) and Chan Hao-ching (詹皓晴) claimed the women’s doubles gold with a straight-sets victory over Taiwanese compatriots.

The Chans defeated Lee Ya-hsuan (李亞軒) and Liang En-shuo (梁恩碩) 6-4, 6-3 in 90 minutes.

They said that their first women’s doubles title at the Asian Games was a “significant” feat.

The win was Latisha Chan’s fifth at the quadrennial competition, giving her the most golds of any Taiwanese in the history of the Asian Games.

Liang and Huang Tsung-hao (黃琮豪) later lost in the final of the mixed doubles to Rutuja Bhosale and Rohan Bopanna of India 6-2, 3-6, 4-10.

新聞來源:TAIPEI TIMES


Taiwanese gold medalists Chan Hao-ching, second right, and Latisha Chan, right, and silver medalists Lee Ya-hsua, second left, and Liang En-shuo celebrate after the Asian Games tennis women’s doubles final in Hangzhou, China, yesterday.
Photo: Chen Chih-chu, Taipei Times

Taiwanese gold medalists Chan Hao-ching, second right, and Latisha Chan, right, and silver medalists Lee Ya-hsua, second left, and Liang En-shuo celebrate after the Asian Games tennis women’s doubles final in Hangzhou, China, yesterday. Photo: Chen Chih-chu, Taipei Times

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