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Studio discussion: Could Liu Xiang attend 2016 RIO Games?

08-10-2012 17:12 BJT

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Q1: Usain Bolt has made the track history.He became the only man in Olympic history to successfully defend both the 100-meter and 200-meter gold medals in two consecutive Olympics. The 25-year-old’s victory meant he bettered the record of US track legend Carl Lewis, who won three golds and a silver in the sprints at the 1984 and 1988 Games. Bolt is now the fastest men on the planet. He holds the current Olympics record and world record of Men’s 100M and Men’s 200M.

Q2:Liu Xiang has finished his Achilles surgery in London. Liu Xiang’s medical team say he could continue his career, and the star hurdler hopes he could be able to attend the Brazil Olympics in 2016. Liu Xiang will recover in the athletes village before returning to China.

Q3: China’s Chen Ruolin wins the 200th gold for China in summer Olympics. Over all the golds of China since the country first attended the Olympics in 1984, the diving team contributed the most.

Q4: How do you evaluate women’s performance in London Olympics?

Editor:Wang Shuo |Source: CCTV.com

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