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2014.0222

NTNU-Jingmei Women’s Tug of War Team Shines at World Championships

The World Indoor Tug of War Championships are held once every two years. This year (2014), the games were held in Ireland, and the Chinese Taipei women’s team was made up of a group of students from the Department of Physical Education at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and Taipei Jingmei Girls High School. On February 22nd, the team took second place in the 540 kg world championship division and, on February 23rd, grabbed first place in the 500 kg world championship division. The team won two matches in a row, and, all together in the open club championships, earned three gold and three silver medals. Their accomplishments have brought glory to the people of Taiwan.
2013.0614

Mandarin Training Center students make waves at dragon boat race

Foreign students enrolled at NTNU's Mandarin Training Center made waves at this year's dragon boat races in Taipei City, earning second-place in the women's open event and fourth in men's open.
2013.0510

NTNU's Hung Yu-chao breaks record in Intercollegiate Games

Hung Yu-chao (洪鈺釗), a Master's student at NTNU, finished his last go at the National Intercollegiate Athletic Games with quite an achievement -- breaking an 8-year record for track and field. The Physical Education student came in with a record time of 01:51.07 for the 800 m middle-distance run.
2009.0509

NTNU Won 3 Gold Medals in Tennis

The open tournament in tennis of National Intercollegiate Athletic Game (NIAG) ended with Lin Dai-Qiao and Chen Lu-Ling from NTNU winning the mixed doubles. Overall, NTNU won 3 gold medals, 3 silver medals and 1 bronze medal in tennis, becoming the university with the most gold medals.
2009.0508

Badminton Skilled-hand Zheng Shao-Jie Returned and Won

Badminton grand master Zheng Shao-Jie had returned! She had been low after the Beijing Olympic last year. However, when she competed in the National Intercollegiate Athletic Games (NIAG) as a representative of NTNU, Zheng swept her way through the game.