Gong Lijiao wins gold in women's shot put at Tokyo Olympics | China's Gong Lijiao Wins Gold shotput
Gong Lijiao of China won her first Olympic gold medal in the shot put with a personal best of 20.58 meters on Sunday.
The reigning two-time world champion produced two efforts over 20 meters on her last two attempts at the Olympic Stadium to cement her victory ahead of Raven Saunders of the United States, who took the silver medal with 19.79.
Veteran Valerie Adams of New Zend won a bronze medal in her fifth and likely last Olympics. The 36-yearshot Adams is a two-time Olympic champion and in Tokyo became the first woman to qualify for five Olympic finals in the shot.
You are the best, you love you so much!
Chen Chie Chua
Another pride of China!!!
What a heroic Olympian!!!
Congrats to this strong emotional girl, ZhongGuo is qualitatively improving everyday, the best !
Twenty one years waited that long time her sweat and tear paid off so happy for her she bring pride to china you go girl
Congratulations for your perseverance. You deserve more than your gold medal. Please keep going on. Bravo and respects for your fa th and courage.
I just want to tell to my indians bro and sis that we indians need this type of patriotism rather than abusing someone on internet and all
That’s the spirit of a true Chinese
She is the true meaning of the Olympics, congrats you go girl.
Amazing perseverance and attitude. A true Olympian
George The Jungle
A heartfelt victory well deserted also very Inspiring
So proud of her!
Congratulations! I can feel the passion coming out of her!
Marco Moreira Da Silva
China won the gold medal and the U.S. won the Silver medal. At the podium, the gold medalist athlete was proud of her country and the silver medalist athlete made a prest ag inst the iniquity in her country.
The longer the wait the sweeter it feel
Jiyaou China from north east india