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NTNU Glittering with Gold Medals

National Intercollegiate Athletic Game 2009 (NIAG) had its closing ceremony on May 5th at NTNU, the hosting university that won 48 gold medals, 38 silver medals and 31 bronze medals and became the champion university 6th year in a roll.

NTNU and NTSU to Battle for Championship in Badminton

On May 3rd, the open tournament of badminton for both men’s and women’s team was held. The two finalists for men were NTNU and National Taiwan Sports University (NTSU). As for women’s team, the 4 semi-finalists, National Taipei University of Education, NTSU Taoyuan, NTNU and National Chiayi University, were still waiting to fight for the two finalist spots.

NTNU Has Had 4 Gold, 2 Silver and 2 Copper Medals Won

On May 3rd, the second day into the National Intercollegiate Athletic Games (NIAG), NTNU swim team had wonderful news to share: they had won 4 gold medals, 2 silver medals and 2 copper medals in total for NTNU.

NIAG Opening Combined Sports and Arts

2009 National Intercollegiate Athletic Games (NIAG) opened boisterously on May 2nd at NTNU Kungkuan campus. To exhibit its excellence in both sports and arts, NTNU, the hosting university this year, presented performances that were brilliant and unique.

Linkou Campus Sports Day

Unlike the competitive NTNU Sports Day, the Linkou Campus Sports Day, occurred on the 27th of April, was more about creativity and fun. The opening match is on creative performances, where students hair-pullingly came up with innovative performances that exhibit cultures of different countries.