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Gold Medals of the 17th Inchon Asian Games

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Source : Sports Administration, Ministry of Education
Date:2014/10/15
(圖)Tzu-Yun Wen Won the 9th Gold Medal in Women’s Karate at the 17th Asian Games Incheon 2014

Tzu-Yun Wen Won the 9th Gold Medal in Women’s Karate at the 17th Asian Games Incheon 2014

(圖)Wen Tzu-Yun received the gold medal for women’s 55Kg in karate.

Wen Tzu-Yun received the gold medal for women’s 55Kg in karate.

(圖)Huang Yun-wen won the eighth gold medal for Taiwan at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.

Huang Yun-wen won the eighth gold medal for Taiwan at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.

(圖)Huang Yun-wen won the eighth gold medal for Taiwan at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.

Huang Yun-wen won the eighth gold medal for Taiwan at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.

(圖)Huang Yun-wen won taekwondo gold medal in the women's under-53-kilogram division.

Huang Yun-wen won taekwondo gold medal in the women's under-53-kilogram division.

(圖)Cheng-Tsung Pan captured the individual gold medal in men's golf.

Cheng-Tsung Pan captured the individual gold medal in men's golf.

(圖)Cheng-Tsung Pan won gold with a 17-under 271 in men's individual golf.

Cheng-Tsung Pan won gold with a 17-under 271 in men's individual golf.

(圖)Taiwanese men’s golf team with their gold medals. (From left to right, Teng Kao, Wei-Lun Wang, Chun-An Yu and Cheng-Tsung Pan)

Taiwanese men’s golf team with their gold medals. (From left to right, Teng Kao, Wei-Lun Wang, Chun-An Yu and Cheng-Tsung Pan)

(圖)Taiwanese cyclist Hsiao Mei-yu grabbed the gold medal at the women's cycling  omnium competition of the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea Thursday,   bringing Taiwan its fifth gold medal at this year's games.

Taiwanese cyclist Hsiao Mei-yu grabbed the gold medal at the women's cycling omnium competition of the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea Thursday, bringing Taiwan its fifth gold medal at this year's games.

(圖)Taiwanese cyclist Hsiao Mei-yu grabbed the gold medal at the women's cycling  omnium competition of the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea Thursday,   bringing Taiwan its fifth gold medal at this year's games.

Taiwanese cyclist Hsiao Mei-yu grabbed the gold medal at the women's cycling omnium competition of the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea Thursday, bringing Taiwan its fifth gold medal at this year's games.

(圖)The gold medal winning women’s tennis team: Yung-Jan Chan (right), Su-Wei Hsieh

The gold medal winning women’s tennis team: Yung-Jan Chan (right), Su-Wei Hsieh

(圖)The gold medal winning women’s tennis team: (from left to right) Hao-Ching Chan, Yunh-Jan Chan, Chin-Wei Chan, Su-Wei Hsieh

The gold medal winning women’s tennis team: (from left to right) Hao-Ching Chan, Yunh-Jan Chan, Chin-Wei Chan, Su-Wei Hsieh

(圖)Chia-Chen Chou won the gold medal in the women's singles of the Asian Games' bowling event with 1291 points, defeating players from many countries

Chia-Chen Chou won the gold medal in the women's singles of the Asian Games' bowling event with 1291 points, defeating players from many countries

(圖)Chia-Chen Chou won the gold medal in the women's singles of the Asian Games' bowling event with 1291 points, defeating players from many countries.

Chia-Chen Chou won the gold medal in the women's singles of the Asian Games' bowling event with 1291 points, defeating players from many countries.

(圖)Weightlifter Lin Tzu-chi (middle) grabs the second gold medal for Taiwan in the women’s under-63-kilogram category at the 17th Asian Games.

Weightlifter Lin Tzu-chi (middle) grabs the second gold medal for Taiwan in the women’s under-63-kilogram category at the 17th Asian Games.

(圖)Both gold-medal winners in women’s weightlifting at the 17th Asian Games, Lin Tzu-chi (left) and Hsu Shu-ching (right), are seen in this photo with their coach Tsai Wen-yee (middle).

Both gold-medal winners in women’s weightlifting at the 17th Asian Games, Lin Tzu-chi (left) and Hsu Shu-ching (right), are seen in this photo with their coach Tsai Wen-yee (middle).

(圖)Athlete Lin Tzu-chi broke the record of the Asian Games in the snatch, and the world records in both the clean and jerk and the combined score for women's under-63-kilogram weightlifting.

Athlete Lin Tzu-chi broke the record of the Asian Games in the snatch, and the world records in both the clean and jerk and the combined score for women's under-63-kilogram weightlifting.

(圖)Lin Tzu-chi lifted 116 kilograms in the snatch (breaking the record of the Asian Games) and 145 kilograms in the clean and jerk (breaking the world record of 143 kilograms). With a combined score of 261 kilograms, she set a new world record over the original 257 kilograms.

Lin Tzu-chi lifted 116 kilograms in the snatch (breaking the record of the Asian Games) and 145 kilograms in the clean and jerk (breaking the world record of 143 kilograms). With a combined score of 261 kilograms, she set a new world record over the original 257 kilograms.

(圖)Hsu Shu-ching won the weightlifting gold of Weightlifting 53 KG in the 17th  Inchon Asian Games, and she’s advancing to the 2016 Brazil Olympics

Hsu Shu-ching won the weightlifting gold of Weightlifting 53 KG in the 17th Inchon Asian Games, and she’s advancing to the 2016 Brazil Olympics

(圖)Weightlifter Hsu Shu-ching (Middle) won the first gold medal of the 17th  Asian Games, which was also the 1st  team in the Asian Games. (Left-Director of Sports Ho Zhuofei; Right-Minister   of Education Se-Hwa Wu)

Weightlifter Hsu Shu-ching (Middle) won the first gold medal of the 17th Asian Games, which was also the 1st team in the Asian Games. (Left-Director of Sports Ho Zhuofei; Right-Minister of Education Se-Hwa Wu)

(圖)Hsu Shu-ching won the weightlifting gold of the 17th  101 KG in the snatch, 132 KG in the clean and jerk, with a total weight of 233   KG

Hsu Shu-ching won the weightlifting gold of the 17th 101 KG in the snatch, 132 KG in the clean and jerk, with a total weight of 233 KG

(圖)Our weightlifter Hsu Shu-ching broke the world record for women’s 53-kilogram (kg) weightlifting with a combined score of 233 kg, winning the national team’s first gold medal at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.

Our weightlifter Hsu Shu-ching broke the world record for women’s 53-kilogram (kg) weightlifting with a combined score of 233 kg, winning the national team’s first gold medal at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.

(圖)Tzu-Yun Wen Won the 9th Gold Medal in Women’s Karate at the 17th Asian Games Incheon 2014
(圖)Wen Tzu-Yun received the gold medal for women’s 55Kg in karate.
(圖)Huang Yun-wen won the eighth gold medal for Taiwan at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.
(圖)Huang Yun-wen won the eighth gold medal for Taiwan at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.
(圖)Huang Yun-wen won taekwondo gold medal in the women's under-53-kilogram division.
(圖)Cheng-Tsung Pan captured the individual gold medal in men's golf.
(圖)Cheng-Tsung Pan won gold with a 17-under 271 in men's individual golf.
(圖)Taiwanese men’s golf team with their gold medals. (From left to right, Teng Kao, Wei-Lun Wang, Chun-An Yu and Cheng-Tsung Pan)
(圖)Taiwanese cyclist Hsiao Mei-yu grabbed the gold medal at the women's cycling  omnium competition of the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea Thursday,   bringing Taiwan its fifth gold medal at this year's games.
(圖)Taiwanese cyclist Hsiao Mei-yu grabbed the gold medal at the women's cycling  omnium competition of the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea Thursday,   bringing Taiwan its fifth gold medal at this year's games.
(圖)The gold medal winning women’s tennis team: Yung-Jan Chan (right), Su-Wei Hsieh
(圖)The gold medal winning women’s tennis team: (from left to right) Hao-Ching Chan, Yunh-Jan Chan, Chin-Wei Chan, Su-Wei Hsieh
(圖)Chia-Chen Chou won the gold medal in the women's singles of the Asian Games' bowling event with 1291 points, defeating players from many countries
(圖)Chia-Chen Chou won the gold medal in the women's singles of the Asian Games' bowling event with 1291 points, defeating players from many countries.
(圖)Weightlifter Lin Tzu-chi (middle) grabs the second gold medal for Taiwan in the women’s under-63-kilogram category at the 17th Asian Games.
(圖)Both gold-medal winners in women’s weightlifting at the 17th Asian Games, Lin Tzu-chi (left) and Hsu Shu-ching (right), are seen in this photo with their coach Tsai Wen-yee (middle).
(圖)Athlete Lin Tzu-chi broke the record of the Asian Games in the snatch, and the world records in both the clean and jerk and the combined score for women's under-63-kilogram weightlifting.
(圖)Lin Tzu-chi lifted 116 kilograms in the snatch (breaking the record of the Asian Games) and 145 kilograms in the clean and jerk (breaking the world record of 143 kilograms). With a combined score of 261 kilograms, she set a new world record over the original 257 kilograms.
(圖)Hsu Shu-ching won the weightlifting gold of Weightlifting 53 KG in the 17th  Inchon Asian Games, and she’s advancing to the 2016 Brazil Olympics
(圖)Weightlifter Hsu Shu-ching (Middle) won the first gold medal of the 17th  Asian Games, which was also the 1st  team in the Asian Games. (Left-Director of Sports Ho Zhuofei; Right-Minister   of Education Se-Hwa Wu)
(圖)Hsu Shu-ching won the weightlifting gold of the 17th  101 KG in the snatch, 132 KG in the clean and jerk, with a total weight of 233   KG
(圖)Our weightlifter Hsu Shu-ching broke the world record for women’s 53-kilogram (kg) weightlifting with a combined score of 233 kg, winning the national team’s first gold medal at the 17th Inchon Asian Games.