Taiwan's men's recurve bow archery team Bagged Bronze at the 2021 World Archery ChampionshipsThe 2021 World Archery Championships took place at Yankton in South Dakota. Taiwan's men's recurve bow archery team is mainly made up of NTNU alumni and students, including Coach Lee Tao Ming, Athelte Wei Chun Heng, Hung Cheng Hao are all from the Department of Athletic Performance. Wei just received silver medal from the 2020 Olympics and is now studying PhD in NTNU. He is the first NTNU trained athlete to receive a silver medal at the Olympics. Now, with Yu Guan Lin and Hung Cheng Hao and teammates, Taiwan’s men’s recurve team bagged bronze at 2021 World Archery Championships on September 25th.
Team NTNU Bagged 1 Silver, 2 Bronze from 2020 Tokyo OlympicsSports games bring excitement and joy to both the athletes and the audiences. Due to the impact of COVID-19, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics was postponed to July 2021. 10 NTNU athletes joined the Olympic games and brought back 1 silver and 2 bronze medals.
10 NTNU Athletes earn spots at Tokyo OlympicsDue to the impact of COVID-19, the 2020 Olympic is postponed to be held in July 2021. Nine top athletes from National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) earn spots at Tokyo Olympics to compete for the most honorable prize with other top players around the world.
Karate Athlete Wen Tzu Yun qualifies for Tokyo 2020The first finalists of Tokyo Olympics 2020 of karate is announced on the website on World karate Federation on March 19th. Wen Tzu Yun, from the Department of Physical Education became the first Taiwanese karate athlete to be on the Olympics. Not only achieved her dream but also wrote history, Wen was truly happy that she did it.