Sun Peiyuan Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018

Sun Peiyuan Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018

Sun Peiyuan Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018

Sun Peiyuan Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018

Sun Peiyuan Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018. He is a very talented Athlete. JAKARTA: Chinese wushu athlete Sun Peiyuan won the first gold medal of the Asian Games as the Olympic heavyweights made a fast start in their quest to top the medals table on Sunday.

S. Peiyuan, 28, scored 9.75 to win the men’s changquan category of the Chinese martial art, denying hosts Indonesia the Games’ opening title as he edged Edgar Xavier Marvelo into second place.

China snared 151 gold medals at the 2014 Games in Incheon, nearly double the total of home nation South Korea. As they extended their record of topping the table at each edition of the regional Olympics since 1982. Sun Peiyuan Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018.

Taiwan’s Tsai Tsemin took the first bronze of the Games as the two-week, 40-sport competition got underway in Jakarta and Palembang, a port city on Sumatra island. Read More Nihal Sarin Wiki.

Sun Peiyuan Wiki / Biography

Sun Peiyuan Wiki / Biography

Full Name : Sun Peiyuan Wushu

Nickname : Sun

Profession : Athlete

Won : Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018.

Height : 5″11′ inch

Weight : 56 kg

Age : 29 Years Old (As in 2018)

Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018

Sun Peiyuan Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018

JAKARTA (REUTERS) – S. Peiyuan won the first gold of the 18th Asian Games in Wushu to give powerhouse China a perfect start to their campaign on Sunday (Aug 19).

The 29-year-old clinched the men’s changquan gold with 9.75 points after impressing with his acrobatic moves at the Jakarta International Expo at Kemayoran in the sport developed from ancient Chinese martial arts.

Hosts Indonesia also opened their account with Edgar Marvelo (9.72) claiming silver ahead of Tsai Tse-min (9.70) of Chinese Taipei.

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Three-time Olympic gold medallist Sun Yang began his quest for five swimming titles at the games by posted the fastest time in the heats of 200-meter freestyle in 1 minute, 47.58 seconds. Khader Baqlah of Jordan was 0.02 seconds behind.

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