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3 Gold 7 Silver 1 Bronze by NTNU Athletes in 2019 Universiade

The 13-day Summer Universiade Napoli 2019 ended on July 14th. Athletics from NTNU have made an impressive performance, earning 3 gold, 7 silver and 1 bronze for Taiwan, accounting for 1/3 of medals. President Wu, who lead the team to Italy, recognized the hard work of the athletes and their top performance.

Lei Chien Ying Won Two Gold at World Archery Championships

Lei Chien Ying, a PhD student at NTNU and national archer, defeated South Korea by 6:2 on June 16th. It's the first-ever individual world championship of female archery for Taiwan. Later, she matched with world record holder Kang Chae Young from South Korea. It was a 5:5 game and with extended shots, Lei won by 9:7. Dean Chi Li Kang of the College of Sports & Recreation, Wang Ho Seng, Director Lin Mei Chung went the airport and welcome Lei Chien Ying and Wei Chun Heng.

Lei Chien Ying Won a Gold at 2019 Archery World Cup with Teammates

Lei Chien Ying, an athlete at the Department of Athletic Performance and teammate Tan Ya Ting, Peng Chia Mao defeated the Mexican by 5:1 and won the gold of the recurve women's team at Archery World Cup. This is a good start for the World Archery Championship in June and possibly the ticket for 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Wei Chun Heng Grabbed Gold at Archery World Cup in Men's Recurve Team

In the 2019 Hyundai Archery World Cup Stage II, Wei Chun Heng, a student of the Department of Athletic Performance worked with his teammate at Jakarta Palembang 2018 Asian Games, beat Turkey, 5-1. The men’s recurve team won the gold medal and the women’s recurve team brought back bronze medal.

Chang Ching Hui Won Silver in International Badminton Championships

Chang Ching Hui, a master student at the Department of Athletic Performance and her partner Yang Ching Tun won a silver at women’s double in the 54 Portuguese International Championships 2019. Chair Yu Chin Ying of the Department of Athletic Performance was glad that the Chang had a great game and brought back the medal.