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Paralympics: We are the champions

2008-09-14 12:34:25 GMT2008-09-14 20:34:25 (Beijing Time) Xinhua English

China's Fan Liang kisses his gold medal during the awarding ceremony for the final of men's discus throw F53/54 event at the National Stadium,also known as the Bird's Nest,during the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, Sept. 14, 2008. Fan claimed the title of the event with a result of 31.08 meters and set a new world record. (Xinhua/Zhang Yanhui)

China's Mi Na celebrates after the final of women's discus throw F37/38 event at the National Stadium,also known as the Bird's Nest,during the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, Sept. 14, 2008. Mi Na claimed the title of the event with 33.67 meters. (Xinhua/Wang Song)

Ernst van Dyk (C) of South Africa, Alejandro Albor(L) and Oz Sanchez of the United States reacts during the awarding cremony for the Men's Individual Road Race HC C final of cycling road event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China, Sept. 14, 2008. Ernst van Dyk won the title with 1:21:40. Alejandro Albor and Oz Sanchez took the silver and bronze respectively. (Xinhua/He Junchang)

China's Guo Wei (R) and his mother pose for a photo after the awarding ceremony for the final of men's shot put F35/36 event at the National Stadium,also known as the Bird's Nest,during the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, Sept. 14, 2008. Guo claimed the title of the event with 16.22 meters and set a new world record. (Xinhua/Zhang Yanhui)

Lin Tzu-Hui of Chinese Taipei smiles after claiming the title of the women's 75kg powerlifting event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China, Sept. 14, 2008. Lin Tzu-Hui took the first place of the event with 137.5kg.(Xinhua/Yang Lei)

China's Fan Liang kisses his gold medal during the awarding ceremony for the final of men's discus throw F53/54 event at the National Stadium,also known as the Bird's Nest,during the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, Sept. 14, 2008. Fan claimed the title of the event with a result of 31.08 meters and set a new world record.

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