Sanming’s Lin Yuwei emerged victorious in the women’s 100 meters hurdles final held in Hangzhou on October 1st, securing the gold medal with an impressive time of 12.74 seconds. Born in 1999 in Youxi County, Lin Yuwei has established herself as a prominent figure in Chinese track and field, specializing in the women’s 100-meter hurdles.
Lin Yuwei’s journey to success commenced in November 2014 when she was selected for the prestigious Fujian Provincial Team. Since then, she has consistently participated in various national and Asian competitions, amassing an impressive track record. Her accomplishments include securing the gold medal in the women’s 100-meter event and the 200-meter event in the A group at the Fujian Provincial Games 2014. Additionally, she clinched the gold medal in the women’s 100-meter hurdles event in the same group. Lin Yuwei’s prowess further shone through as she claimed victory in the women’s 4×100-meter relay championship at the 2015 First Youth Games, the second position in the girls’ 100 meter hurdles at the 2018 National Youth Championship, and the title of the women’s 100 meters hurdles champion at the 19th National University Games in 2019. Furthermore, she secured second place in the 100 meter hurdles event at the 2020 National Track and Field Championships and grabbed the gold medal in the same event at the 14th National Games in 2021. Lin Yuwei’s triumphs extended to the indoor track and field arena as she claimed the women’s 60m hurdles championship at the 2023 National Indoor Track and Field Championships.
While Lin Yuwei’s own steadfast determination played a significant role in her rise in the hurdles event, credit is also owed to her long-time coach, Liu Chaoxu. Under his professional guidance and meticulous training, she honed her skills to perfection. Lin Yuwei regards Coach Liu as not only a mentor but also a father figure, emphasizing his instrumental role in her success. Regrettably, Coach Liu Chaoxu passed away due to myocardial infarction, leaving a profound void in Lin Yuwei’s sports career. The loss of her most pivotal figure undoubtedly inflicted a tremendous blow, leading to countless tearful moments of grief.
During the post-match press conference, emotions ran high, particularly when the discussion turned to Coach Liu. Overwhelmed with tears in her eyes, Lin Yuwei struggled to express herself and shared, “This year has presented many challenges, and there were moments when I contemplated giving up. However, the thought of achieving victory at the Asian Games and fulfilling the expectations placed upon us by a significant individual fueled our determination. We gritted our teeth, persisted, and stayed true to the promise we made to him.”
Lin Yuwei’s unwavering resolve, coupled with the rich legacy left by Coach Liu Chaoxu, resonates powerfully, encapsulating the essence of an athlete’s journey towards greatness.
Southeast Net, October 3 (our reporter Cai Xiaoqing, reporter Wang Kun) On October 1, in the 19th century women’s 100 meters hurdles final in Hangzhou, Sanming’s daughter Lin Yuwei won the gold medal with a time of 12.74 seconds .
Lin Yuwei, born in Youxi County, Sanming in 1999, is a Chinese female track and field athlete whose main event is the women’s 100-meter hurdles. Since being selected for the Fujian Provincial Team in November 2014, Lin Yuwei has participated in many national and Asian competitions and achieved many results: she won the 100-meter gold medal in the women’s A group and the gold medal 200-meter in the women’s group A at the Fujian Provincial Games 2014. , Women’s group A 100-meter hurdles gold medal; 2015 First Youth Games women’s 4*100-meter relay champion; 2018 National Youth Championship second for girls in the 100 meter hurdles; 2019 19th National University Women’s 100 meters hurdles champion of the games; He came second in the 100 meter hurdles at the 2020 National Track and Field Championships; the women’s 100 meter hurdles champion at the 14th National Games in 2021; the women’s 60m hurdles champion at the 2023 National Indoor Track and Field Championships.
In addition to her own unremitting efforts, Lin Yuwei’s growth in the hurdles event is also inseparable from the professional training and careful guidance of coach Liu Chaoxu over the years. In her eyes, the coach is not only a mentor, but also a father-like existence. Behind every honor is the coach’s contribution. It is very unfortunate that coach Liu Chaoxu died due to myocardial infarction. Losing the most important person in her sports career was undoubtedly a huge blow to Lin Yuwei, and she cried bitterly so many times.
In the press conference after the match, the topic of the master once again touched Lin Yuwei’s heart. With tears in her eyes, she choked up and said: “Many things have happened this year, and there were times when I wanted to give up, but when I thought of the words ‘winning the Asian Games’ in my heart, ao that person’s expectations of us, we gritted our teeth and persevered and fulfilled the promise we made with him.”
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