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China won the women's rowing women's lightweight double scull final with a time of 7:06.78 at Fuyang Water Sports Center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province on the 24th.
Zhao Zheng and Chu Shu-ping won the gold medal.
Uzbekistan Group (Luizakon Islamovna-Malika Tagmatova) recorded 7:16:49 to win the silver medal, while Indonesia (Chelsea Copperty-Mutiara Putri) recorded 7:17:64 to cross the finish line in third place.
Zhou Zheng and Chu Shu-ping had a leisurely race from the beginning, beating competitors, passing the 500, 1,000, 1,500, and 2,000m points all in first place.
The two also recorded 6:52.43 in the preliminary round held on the 20th, ranking first overall, signaling an early victory.
In the first World Cup tournament held in Belgrade, Serbia in May last year, they beat rowing powerhouses to finish second with a time of 6:55:42, making recent achievements in the world stage beyond Asia.
In Korea, Ahn Hee-joo (Pohang City Hall) and Kim Yu-jin (Korea National Sports University) participated in this event.
The two, who crossed the finish line with a time of 7:27.59 in the preliminary round, failed to go straight to the final, and also recorded a time of 7:56.19 in the consolation round, heading to the 7th place or lower ranking.
In the standings, he finished the tournament in the final eighth place with a time of 7:43.92 minutes.
Saturday, September 23, 2023