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Tian Jianquan wins 2nd APG gold in fencing

12-17-2010 13:33 BJT Special Report:Guangzhou Asian Games & Asian Para Games |

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Beijing Paralympic silver medalist Tian Jianquan, taking part in the men's wheelchair sabre A event, looking to win his second gold in guangzhou.

Tian won his first gold in the epee event. And he took on Chinese Hong Kong's Chan Wing-Kien in the sabre A event.

Tian, a two-time silver medalist at the Beijing Paralympics, dominated the bout from the start. With swift attacks, the Chinese raced to a 8-3 lead.

And Tian continued to take control for 13-7 lead. and went on to close it out 15-7. Tian, winning his second gold medal at the Para Games.

Meanwhile, China also claimed gold in the men's foil team event, beating Chinese Hong Kong 45-27.

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