Gong Lijiao received the late Olympic medal for 11 years and said justice and fairness were never absent

Gong Lijiao received the late Olympic medal for 11 years and said justice and fairness were never absent
According to the official sports news of CCTV Sports, on the 26th, the Chinese track and field star Gong Lijiao received an Olympic medal that was late for a full 11 years!International Olympic Committee member Li Lingwei reissued her bronze medal for the women’s shot put in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.At the 2008 Olympic Games, Gong Lijiao, who was only 19 years old, won fifth place in women’s shot put with a score of 19.20, New Zealand’s Willie won the gold with 20.56, and Belarus’ Mikhnevic and OstapchukWinning silver and bronze medals.Subsequently, in 2016 and 2017, the International Olympic Committee issued an announcement twice, because the drug test samples were positive in the re-examination, successively deprived the results of the Democratic Party, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and other athletes.Silver and bronze medal winners.Therefore, Gong Lijiao, who was in fifth place at the time, stepped up to third place and won the bronze medal.Then Gong Lijiao said that justice and fairness might be late, but never missed. The third place in the Beijing Olympic Games, good luck and dreams are always on the road!The picture comes from Weibo @ 巩 立 姣 Editor Liu Jiani Source: CCTV Sports Official Bo