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Beijing, December 25 (Xinhua) - Last year has been one like none others For the sporting world, with a series of sporting events canceled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chinese athletes have been dealing with the unprecedented situation as they are prepared for the postponed Olympic Games of Tokyo.

The Tokyo Summer Olympics, reprogrammed by July 2021, will grant medals at 339 events at 33 Different sports.

According to the general administration of the State of the State of China, Chinese athletes have won the Olympic rating in 155 events in 20 sports such as archery, equestrian, diving, Female basketball, female volleyball and table tennis.

Olympic rating events in 25 Sports, including shots, weightlifting, fight, judo, boxing, track and field, swimming and gymnastics, have not yet been concluded.

Wang Yun, an official with the general sport administration of China, said Chinese teams have paid close attention to competitions and tried. The best thing to convert risks into opportunities.

Training behind closed doors was a routine for Chinese athletes in 2020.

" Life is really boring here. There is nothing new in addition to training, "said the Individual Bronze Medalist of Rio 200m, Wang Shun, who has been training at the National Aquatic Training Center at Lake Qiandoo, Hangzhou with the team. Provincial of Zhejiang since March.

Wang Zhu Zhigen coach echoed that the Covid-19 outbreak was mentally challenging for athletes.

"Athletes were in low spirit after a long time to live right here. There was also a potential crisis because it was difficult for athletes mobilized fully, so That its training efficiency and self-discipline were affected, "Zhu said.

Much games were suspended, so it was difficult to guarantee the quality of training without regular competitions. In addition, some athletes began to suffer anxiety and depression to some extent.

At the end of September, China's wife Epee Fenser Xu Anqi competed in the National Fencing Championships for the first time from the outbreak.

"I have not fenced on almost nine months, always practiced at home, everyone feels depressed," said the XU of 28 years. The postponement raised even greater challenges for older athletes, since it was difficult to maintain their spirit. .

Wang Yun said the relevant departments had taken several measures to reduce the impact of the epidemic, as domestic teams faced fatigue, psychological anxiety, the Lack of competition and other problems after long-term closed training.

China was the first country to strictly contain the epidemic, so Chinese athletes can prepare for games with more tranquility. Young Athletes can perfect their skills.

Frenchman Hugue Obry, Head Coach of the National Epee team of China, said Chinese athletes have an advantage in preparation compared to foreign athletes.

"Many people abroad can not train, or even move in their country. So we have an advantage, and let's take advantage of that," said the coach.

Wang Yun said we should keep a clear head and look at the pros and cons of postponement of the Tokyo Olympics.

"We should make full use of these advantages and strive to maximize the benefits of one-year time.

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