Today, the military sports training center of the training management department of the Central Military Commission announced that the army would no longer retain competitive sports teams with strong mass and rich social resources, and would no longer participate in the national comprehensive sports games and single events. This means that the flag of August 1 will be sealed up in the professional sports field of China.
Now looking back, those unforgettable classics are constantly pouring out from the depths of my mind.
Among them, there are the ups and downs in the trough, the majestic mountains and rivers when cheering, the perseverance and perseverance not to step back in the arena, and the solemn military ceremony under the five-star red flag
These have become the eternal classics for Chinese military athletes to stay on the field.
Mu Tiezhu (second from left) and Kuang Lubin, members of Chinas Bayi mens basketball team, received the first World Mens Basketball Club Championship Asian regional selection Championship military cup and commemorative cup (April 1981). Shen Jizhong
Half the basket of China
Looking back at the history of Chinese basketball, it is difficult to cross the iron tower with a height of 2.28 meters. Just like the opponents of Chinese mens basketball team, Mu Tiezhu held up the teams interior line with his own strength, and even held up the banner of Chinese basketball in the 1970s and 1980s.
As the pillar of Chinese basketball at that time, Mu Tiezhu joined the Jinan Military Region basketball team in 1972. In his 20-year basketball career, he has won numerous honors and is known as Chinas half basket.
Mu Tiezhu (top right), a member of the August 1 team, shoots during a match with the U.S. National Mens basketball team, who was invited to visit China (photo taken in April 1979). Shen Jizhong
In the 1978 Asian Games in Bangkok, Mu Tiezhu led the Chinese mens basketball team to the top of Asia for the first time. The following year, he led the then Bayi team to win two victories with the visiting U.S. collegiate League, which attracted the attention of the world basketball circle.
Mu Tiezhu once scored 80 points in a game, leaving a record that no one can break in Chinese basketball. When little giant Yao Ming talks about this elder, he can only be a kind of admiration, a kind of admiration.
On the evening of August 5, 1992, the Chinese womens basketball team, with Zheng Haixia as the main center, defeated Cuba and entered the finals of Barcelona Olympic Games. Photo by Zhao Wei, reporter of China News Agency
Zheng Haixia era
If Mu Tiezhu failed to represent the Chinese mens basketball team in the Olympic Games is one of his few regrets in his career, then for Zheng Haixia, the predecessor of Chinese womens basketball team, the Olympic Games are a symbol of honor.
In 1982, Zheng Haixia entered the Bayi team and entered the national team in 1983, which ushered in an unprecedented Zheng Haixia era for Chinese womens basketball team. She is tall and strong and can attack and defend well. She has become one of the few tall centers with strong scoring ability in the history of Chinese womens basketball team.
Photo: Zheng Haixia photo source: Xinhuanet
In 1983, Zheng Haixia won the second place with the national team; in 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games, Zheng Haixia, 17, participated as the main center of Chinese womens basketball team and won the bronze medal; in 1992, Zheng Haixia and her teammates won the silver medal in Barcelona Olympic Games.
In 1997, Zheng Haixia took part in the WNBA game in the United States, becoming the first Asian to get involved in the event. She has won the love of fans in the United States and even the world for her flexible coordination, offensive and defensive characteristics. Zheng Haixia, who goes abroad, is also called the great wall of China by foreign journalists.
Data map of Chen Zhaodi (second from right). Source: osports sports Photo Agency
Five consecutive titles and desperate Samro
In the eighties of last century, the womens volleyball girls created a new chapter of Chinas three big balls by winning five consecutive titles. Among the Chinese womens volleyball players who stand on the highest podium, Chen Zhaodi is not the most conspicuous one.
As the core player of the Chinese womens volleyball team during the five consecutive championships, Chen Zhaodi has excellent defense, comprehensive skills, and can be free at the critical moment. She is also regarded as the desperate young man in the womens volleyball team.
In the final showdown of the Chinese and Japanese womens volleyball team in the 1981 World Cup, Chen Zhaodi insisted on playing with injuries. When the Chinese womens volleyball team finally won the first World Championship, she could not stand up. Finally, her teammates carried her on her back and went to the podium together.
On July 14, 2006, the Central Military Commission officially approved Chen Zhaodi to be promoted to the rank of major general. If winning the championship is the persistent pursuit of athletes and becoming a general is the glorious dream of soldiers, now, my dream has come true, she said. But for me personally, its both an encouragement and a spur.
Ye Qiaobo was at the award ceremony on February 10, 1992. In 1992, the 16th Winter Olympics was held in Albertville, France. Ye Qiaobo won two silver medals in womens speed skating 500m and 1000m, ending the history of no medals in Chinas Winter Olympics. Photo by Li Genxing, a reporter from Xinhua News Agency
Qiao Bo spirit
In May 1992, the Central Military Commission issued an order granting speed skater ye Qiaobo the honorary title of sports elite. That year, the military athlete won the first medal of the Chinese in the Winter Olympics in Albertville, France.
In that winter Olympic Games, ye Qiaobo won two silver medals in 1000m and 500m speed skating, which was a breakthrough in the history of Chinas Winter Olympics. The only regret is that she missed the champion by 0.02 seconds due to the collision of her opponents competitors in the 500m speed skating.
In 1992, at the 16th Winter Olympic Games in Albertville, France, yeqiaobo went to the Olympic Games with his skate and wheelchair, which became a sports myth. Photo by Zhao Tongjie, China Singapore Social Development Agency
In order to realize her dream of winning the Winter Olympic Games, ye Qiaobo continued to fight on the ice rink, but her injury prevented her from undergoing surgery on the eve of another winter Olympics. Yeh Qiaobo took eight pieces of broken bone from her knee, and even after the doctor warned her, she still decided to participate in the last winter Olympics.
In 1994, ye Qiaobo entered the war with injuries and won the bronze medal in the womens speed skating 1000m in the 17th Winter Olympic Games. This bronze medal is not only a solemn and stirring but also a medal for meritorious deeds.
In 2012 London Olympic Games Badminton Mens singles final, Chinese player Lin Dan held the national flag to celebrate his victory. Source: osports sports Photo Agency
On July 4, Lin Dan, a famous Chinese badminton player, announced his retirement through his personal social media platform. He personally fixed his career in the midsummer of 2020, and his 20-year career as a national player stopped.
In 1995, 12-year-old Lin Dan won the mens singles championship in the national youth competition. He was favored by the PLA and soon became a soldier in the Bayi sports team. Five years later, Lin Dan was selected into the national team, and a new chapter of legend has been ushered in.
In 2005 World Cup Badminton Match, Lin Dan won his first individual world champion by winning the Thai player posana. Source: osports sports pictures
In the history of badminton, Lin Dan is the first Grand Slam player who combines Olympic champion, world championship champion, world cup champion, Asian Games champion, Asian championship champion, all British championship champion and several world badminton super series champion.
For badminton, he is the greatest player, for the fans, he is super Dan, facing countless challenges in his career, Lin Dan proved to the world that he is the strongest king of badminton.
As an unprecedented double lap Grand Slam in the world badminton arena, Lin Dans greatness lies in his unyielding tenacity and his arrogance in standing on the top. After winning the championship, the picture of saluting the army in front of the five-star red flag has become a classic of Chinese sports.
In June 1984, Ma Yanhong (left) and Wu Jiani, who are about to participate in the 23rd Olympic Games, have a talk during the training interval. Photo by Hu Yue, a reporter from Xinhua news agency
Ma Yanhong Xia
When it comes to the source of Chinese gymnastic pride, Ma Yanhongs name cant be bypassed. Born in 1963, she was elected to the August 1 gymnastics team at the age of 12. When she was less than 16, she won the uneven bars gold medal on behalf of the Chinese team at the World Gymnastics Championships in Fort Worth, USA.
On the stage of the world gymnastics competition, the Chinese team won the first gold medal. Ma Yanhongs significance to Chinese gymnastics can be described as epoch-making. At the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games, she once again dominated the uneven bars and became the first Chinese woman gymnast to win gold medals in the Olympic Games.
Ma Yans backward somersault and somersault with a 360 degree downward movement became the first gymnastic movement named after a Chinese player. Screenshot of network video
The historic breakthrough stems from Ma Yanhongs sweat and tears day and night, as well as her carefully prepared secret weapon. At the 1979 World Championships in the United States, she used a powerful stroke at the end of the match.
Its so difficult for the ancients to do a somersault with 360 degrees. Two years later, at the world championships, her movement was officially named Ma Yanhong Xia, which was the first gymnastic movement named after the Chinese.
Liu Guoliang and Wang Hao saluted the army at the London Olympic Games. Photo by Shen Bohan, Xinhua News Agency
Fat man who doesnt know the ball
In the field, Liu Guoliang has been the core member of the mens national table tennis team from 1993 to 2001, and he is the first Grand Slam winner in the history of Chinese mens table tennis that integrates the Olympic Games, World Table Tennis Championships and World Cup champions. It has made great contributions to the rise of national table tennis from its trough in the 1990s.
As a coach, Liu Guoliang has been the coach of the national team since he retired in 2002. Although he lost the gold medal in mens singles in Athens Olympic Games and failed to make a good start in his coaching career, Liu Guoliangs failure did not stop him and Guoping table tennis. He won 63 World Championships in 15 years and trained many top players such as Malone and Zhang Jike, which are his coaching answers.
On August 1, 1996, Liu Guoliang won the gold medal in mens singles of table tennis in Atlanta Olympic Games. Xinhua News Agency (Photo by Xu BU)
Today, as chairman of the China Table Tennis Association, Liu Guoliang is leading the team to prepare for the unprecedented pressure of the Tokyo Olympic Games. In his heart, he still remembers that he was a soldier.
Liu Guoliang entered the Bayi table tennis team at the age of 10, and has since formed a special relationship with olive green. Fighting for the country is the glory of a lifetime. Liu Guoliang once said frankly: I am grateful for the cultivation of the Bayi team for 30 years, and for my comrades in arms who have fought and continued to fight with me.
Li Fusheng saves the moment
Iron gate Li Fusheng
Li Fusheng is a legendary country in the history of Chinese football. From the 1978 Asian Games in Bangkok, until the 1984 Asian Cup, Li Fusheng, nicknamed iron gate, was the chief international.
Li Fushengs reaction is extremely sensitive and his figure is very flexible. In the World Cup qualifier in 1982, Li Fusheng was selected into the Asian Star team with outstanding performance, becoming the first Chinese player to be selected into the Asian Star team.
As the main goalkeeper of the national team in the early 1980s, Li Fushengs famous work was in the 1981 World Cup qualifier. In the match between China and Kuwait, he calmly saved Kuwaits penalty, ensuring the advantage of the Chinese team and the final 3-0 victory.
Li Fusheng saves the moment
The significance of the victory in that game was beyond the scope of football, and Li Fushengs saving the penalty kick was also fixed in the hearts of Chinese fans and became a classic moment of collective memory of Chinese football at that time.
After retiring in 1984, Li Fusheng devoted his love of sports to the Bayi team. He will have served as political commissar and head coach of Bayi Football team, and will be the captain of Bayi sports team in 1999.
On October 18, 2019, the opening ceremony of the 7th world military games was held in Wuhan sports center. The picture shows torchbearer Liu Yudong running to the torch platform. Photo by Hou Yu, reporter of China News Agency
God of war Liu Yudong
Liu Yudong, this name has a profound meaning for Chinese basketball -- seven times won the CBA championship on behalf of Bayi team, three times won the Asian Championship on behalf of China team, and twice participated in the Olympic Games as the main player, writing the legend of God of war.
Liu Yudong said that after more than 30 years in the army, his identity as a soldier gave him a iron and steel hard personality.
Liu Yudong (right) jumps to shoot under the defense of the opponent. Photo by Jiao Weiping, reporter of Xinhua News Agency
Liu Yudongs knee joint was heavily injured after years of heavy load exercise. Doctors have removed a full 10 pieces of broken bone from his knee joint. 10 pieces of small broken bones in the knee grinding, ordinary people are not able to walk, but he endured the pain and teammates won the league championship.
On the evening of October 18, 2019, the last torchbearer of the 7th world military games, Liu Yudong, holding the torch of peace and glory, lit the main torch tower of the games. He said: our mission is to carry on the August 1 spirit continuously
Wang Zhizhi, head coach of Chinas Bayi mens basketball team, saluted. Photo by Hou Yu, reporter of China News Agency
Wang Zhizhi, a young man in pursuit of the wind
The day before the military sports training center of the training management department of the Central Military Commission announced that the army would no longer retain competitive sports teams with strong mass and rich social resources, the Chinese Basketball Association announced the curtain call of Bayi team on the professional stage of Chinese basketball with 84 words.
If you want to find out the label throughout the Bayi mens basketball team, Wang Zhizhi, who once appeared in this team as a player, assistant coach and head coach, is the best choice.
Wang Zhizhi (first from right), head coach of Nanchang team on August 1, was in the game. Photo by Han Haidan, a reporter from China News Agency
Wang Zhizhi devoted himself to the Bayi team and led the team to seven Championships. On February 16, 2014, Wang Zhizhi, who finished the last game of his career, once said to 6000 audience members who saw off at the scene: thank you for accompanying me to the end, and salute everyone who has a basketball dream.
This sentence, this time, to Dazhi, also used to say goodbye to Bayi basketball.
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The army will no longer participate in the national comprehensive sports games