A girl abandoned by Chinese parents wins Tokyo Olympic champion | Canadian parents adopted | Women’s 100m butterfly champion | Margaret McNair

[New Tang Dynasty News from July 26, 2021, Beijing time]On the morning of July 26, a Chinese-Canadian girlMargaret McNairgetTokyo OlympicsWomen’s 100m Butterfly Championship. McNair was born in Jiangxi, China, but was unfortunately abandoned by his parents. When she was 1 year old, she was adopted by a Canadian couple, and now she has become the world’s attentionOlympic champion

existTokyo OlympicsIn the women’s 100m butterfly final, McNeill won the championship with a time of 55.59. This result also broke the American record.

She was screaming excitedly in the pool when she learned that she won the championship, and the foreign athletes in the next lane hugged and congratulated her.

On the morning of July 26, McNair screamed excitedly in the pool when he learned that he had won the championship. (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

It is reported that McNair was born in Jiujiang, Jiangxi, China in February 2000 and was abandoned after birth. When she was one year old, she and her younger sister were adopted by a Canadian couple.

McNeill grew up healthy under the careful care of Canadian adoptive parents. After school, her swimming talent was discovered. After graduating from high school in 2018, McNeill was admitted to the University of Michigan and joined the swimming school team.

On July 22, 2019, McNeill won the gold medal and broke the world record in the women’s 100m butterfly final of the World Championships in South Korea.

In May of this year, in the NCAA swimming competition of the National College Sports League, McNeill won two gold medals in the 50-meter freestyle and 100-meter butterfly in one fell swoop, and won the silver medal in the 100-meter back style.

She and her teammates also won the gold medals in the 200-meter and 400-meter freestyle relays, and she was therefore named the top ten best freshman athletes in the United States.

This time McNeill represented Canada in the Tokyo Olympics. She defeated popular Chinese player Zhang Yufei to win the gold medal.

Qin Peng, a commentator in the U.S., tweeted, “The original Chinese girl who was forced to become a’Shaw Orphan’ because of her family planning and birth rate was adopted by a Canadian couple when she was one year old. She just won the 100-meter butterfly gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.”

Independent economist Leng Shan Shi Ping said on Twitter: “There is no need for a nationwide system, no closed management, no unified thinking, and the Jiangxi abandoned baby adopted by Canadians can also become a world champion. Who is the face?”

Some netizens responded, “So, it’s not that the physique is not good, but that the (CCP) system is not good.”

Canadian player McNair’s victory accidentally appeared on the mainland Weibo hot search. As of 4:40 pm on the 26th, the number of entries of # Canadian Chinese Origin Player100米蝶泳赢冠# reached 290 million.

(Microblog screenshot)

The hot search on Weibo reads, “It is worth mentioning that McNeill is a Chinese player.” Obviously, McNair is favored by the official Weibo controlled by the CCP because of his face of Chinese descent.

However, mainland netizens ridiculed the official behavior of sticking gold on their faces: “The patriarchal patriarchy has lost all such geniuses, and there are still faces to mention.”

“It’s worth mentioning. I am embarrassed to mention it. If she hadn’t been adopted, she might not be able to swim.”

“Don’t be of Chinese origin, where were they when they were abandoned? When they were glorious?”

“Canadian! It’s us who abandoned them and don’t lick their faces by themselves.”

“Laugh to death, excuse me, the poor child was abandoned, if it weren’t for the foster parents to bring it to Canada, there wouldn’t be today’s world champion at all. The little girl is Canadian, so don’t ask for it.”

“It’s embarrassing to say that it is Chinese at this time.”

“Returning’Chinese’, you don’t think it’s ashamed, we all think it’s ashamed.”

(Microblog screenshot)

(Reporter Luo Tingting Comprehensive Report / Chief Editor: Wen Hui)

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