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Daily review of Sportaccord Combat Games 2010 Beijing

08-30-2010 15:11 BJT

BEIJING, 29th August-7pm this evening, the repechage games and finals of the Sportaccord Combat Games 2010 Beijing opened in friendly atmosphere. In the first match today, Chinese athlete YU Song beat her opponent, making a fine start to her compatriots. But her drop of form made it impossible for her to get into the top 3.

Chinese athlete MEI Fang, World Cup champion LIU Huanyuan capture the bronze. SHIRAISHI Nodoka from Japan won the runner-up. And the Chinese new star QIN Qian got the first place. In the first 10 seconds, QIN Qian pulled down SHIRAISHI Nodoka, her perfect osaekomi-waza help her keep the opponent in control. Only 25 seconds later, she became the champion.

In the men’s finals, Japanese player MOMOSE Masaru gave a splendid account of himself just like yesterday. He didn’t fail the expectations and won the championship of the game. Chinese player LIU Jian didn’t perform well in the bronze-medal game, losing the last chance of Chinese male athletes being on the stage.

Editor:Du Xiaodan |Source:

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