The first gold of Beijing Winter Olympics is born!Last night, the main torchbearer participated in the competition, her experience swept the screen…

2022-04-26 0 By

The first gold medal of the Beijing Winter Olympics was won in the women’s cross-country skiing double Chase (7.5km traditional technique + 7.5km free technique).Norway’s Thjohaug made up for missing out on the Pyeongchang Games four years ago by winning the first gold medal of the games and her fourth gold medal of the Winter Olympics.Notably, Dinegar Yilamujiang, from Xinjiang, also made her Winter Olympics debut at the competition.Cross-country skier Dinigor Yilamujiang and Nordic biathlete Zhao Jiawen carry the torch into the “Snow”, the main flame, during the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games on February 4Dinegar Yilamujiang, a 20-year-old skier, comes from Altay, Xinjiang, where human skiing originated.Diniger, then 18 years old, finished second in the women’s category at the 2019 IAF Cross-country Ski Championship in the Bird’s Nest.From October to December 2021, Diniger won three consecutive championships in the FIS Points Series.Dinegar Iramujiang began skiing at the age of 12 under the guidance of her father.Dinegar Iramujiang’s story with her father is a real-life “Ski, Dad.”In the 1980s, Altay sent many excellent alpine and cross-country skiers to the country.Diniger’s father, Iramujiang, got into skiing at that time.After skating and then skiing, Iramuke first stepped onto slender cross-country skis in 1988.Iramujiang soon showed a flair for the sport of gliding over snowy mountains.In 1993, he finished third in a national cross-country skiing competition on Changbai Mountain.However, in 1994 the Altay ski team was disbanded and the budding Iramujiang was forced to retire.Sitting in his office, he stowed away his skis like an antique.In 2009, Altay city vigorously promoted the cultivation and popularization of ski lessons for primary and secondary school students, and Iramujiang was appointed to teach a cross-country skiing team of 20 teenagers.Daughter Dinegal is one of them.It was then that Iramuke’s dream of skiing continued with his daughter – “Work hard, my child” was the most common thing iramuke said to her.About the memories of childhood, Diniger thought of the most, is alternating sliding, double rod push support sliding, no sliding phase of the eight-figure step such a professional term.Before each training or competition, the father will be carefully to di ni’s ski wax, tucked their tips iron clamp on skis, firmly fasten, watching her daughter a bounce rotation, pull the snow battle after next crouching behind downhill, he told di ni, double slide push rod’s main point: “turn next crouching, pay attention to the point!Want to steady!””She got my athleticism.”In Iramujiang’s view, talent is one thing, and scientific and rigorous training is essential.In life, the most father-daughter communication is skiing skills, repeatedly watching videos of cross-country skiing events.Keeping the skis parallel to the skis, diniger used her legs to swing back and forth, a seemingly simple maneuver she practiced thousands of times.In 2012, Diniger represented Altay in the 12th National Winter Games held in Jilin.After the race, she told her father that she hoped to win the race and stand on the podium like a professional athlete.With her father’s support, she became a professional skier.Last November, Diniger won the gold medal in the Hot Spring race of the INTERNATIONAL Snow Federation (IAF), and she is on her way to becoming a member of the Chinese sports delegation for the Beijing Winter Olympics.”This is my first Winter Olympics and I want to do my best, win glory for my country and try to make history,” diniger said at a pre-games media Open Day.Best wishes to Diniger, I wish you a more wonderful life!Source: China Youth Daily