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26 October 2009
 

一个好汉两个帮

Liu Xiang: “After operation, I was for a while lost, didn’t know where my future would lie. But this gold medal once again ignites my hope."

The 11th Chinese National Games reached its climax on Sunday night, October 25, when the Athens Olympic champion Liu Xiang claimed victory in the men's 110m hurdles.

Liu received his first gold metal since his Achilles tendon surgery shortly after he was forced to limp out of the Beijing Olympics Games last year that broke the hearts of a billion Chinese.

But he is afraid of the temporary setback not! And now he comes back triumphantly!

(Source of info/photo: xinhuanet.com\)

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