Home Sports A primary school student who played basketball at 1.93 meters was admitted to Tsinghua High School. Father: It was discovered that his son jumped sharply when he was home in the epidemic last year

A primary school student who played basketball at 1.93 meters was admitted to Tsinghua High School. Father: It was discovered that his son jumped sharply when he was home in the epidemic last year

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  [Primaryschoolstudentwhoplayedbasketballat1.93meterswasadmittedtoTsinghuaHighSchool:Fatherfoundthathissonjumpedathomeduringtheepidemiclastyear]Hao Xuan, a primary school student from Wenzhou, Zhejiang, was born in 2008 and was originally from Inner Mongolia. Recruit. Hao Xuan was born in a family of sports. Dad Hao was a high jumper when he was young, and Ma Hao was a sprinter. Hao Xuan loved to play football since he was a child. Although he was taller than his peers, Dad Hao said that before Hao Xuan was in the fourth grade of elementary school, they didn’t think that his son was prominent, because Inner Mongolians are generally tall. It wasn’t until last year that he was at home for a few months due to the epidemic, when Dad Hao suddenly discovered that his son had exceeded 1.8 meters of himself, and he was measured to reach 1.87 meters. This gave him the idea of ​​sending him to play basketball. After studying basic basketball skills in Inner Mongolia for a period of time, Hao Xuan came to Wenzhou Xianyuan Primary School in September last year and served as the captain of the school’s U12 basketball team, as an organization guard, and led the team to win many championships. This summer, Hao Xuan got the chance to recruit the basketball team of the High School Affiliated to Tsinghua University and was successfully selected. Hao Xuan said that his main goal right now is to read well and play well. His ultimate goal is to enter the Olympic arena and win glory for the country! (Wenzhou Evening News)

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