CHINA SPORTS WEEKLY (11.20-11.26)

BEIJING, Nov. 26 (Xinhua) -- Here are the latest Chinese sports headlines over the past week:

1. Shi Yuqi won the men's singles of the Australian Badminton Open 2022

Shi Yuqi of China competes in the men's singles final of BWF Australian Open 2022 against compatriot Lu Guangzu in Sydney, Australia, Nov. 20, 2022. (Photo by Hu Jingchen/Xinhua)

China's Shi Yuqi bagged the men's singles title at the Australian Badminton Open 2022 in Sydney on Sunday (November 20), beating compatriot Lu Guangzu in the final.

In a 69-minute clash with Lu, Shi sealed the first set 21-19 by reaping six consecutive points from 19-15 down. After losing the second set 21-18, Shi trounced Lu 21-5 in the decider.

2. Xiao Yuyi made her Adelaide United debut in the Australian women's football top flight

China's Xiao Yuyi plays for Adelaide United in the first round match against Sydney FC at the 2022-2023 season of A-League Women in Adelaide, Australia, Nov. 20, 2022. (Jordan Trombetta/Handout via Xinhua)

Chinese international Xiao Yuyi made her debut in the Australian women's football top flight on Sunday (November 20) when she helped Adelaide United seize a 1-0 victory over Sydney FC in the first round of the new season.

Xiao, who played 68 minutes in her debut, had two right-footed shots from outside the box. She also won a free kick in the first half and impressed audiences with several passes to teammates.

3. Made-in-China products shine in World Cup stage in Qatar

An e-bus produced by Yutong is seen during a departure ceremony of Yutong electric vehicles to Qatar in Zhengzhou, central China's Henan Province, Dec. 17, 2021. (Xinhua/Li Jianan)

From stadiums and electric vehicles to cultural derivatives, a dazzling array of Chinese-made products has been unveiled at FIFA World Cup in Qatar, and the names of Chinese enterprises can be easily seen on banners and pitch-side signs.

Promoting their brands at the quadrennial event, Chinese enterprises have provided more sponsorship revenue for the host than companies from any other nation, with nearly 1.4 billion U.S. dollars in total investment, according to Global Data, a London-based consulting and analytics firm.

4. First Tiantan Forum was held in Beijing to mark the 130th anniversary of the Olympic Manifesto

Liu Junsheng, a representative of the organizer and proprietor of the Beijing News, reads out the congratulatory letter from IOC President Thomas Bach to the forum. (Xinhua)

The First Tiantan Forum was held in Beijing to mark the 130th anniversary of the Olympic Manifesto, focusing on the topic of the Olympics and the Common Values of Humanity.

In his congratulatory letter to the forum, IOC President Thomas Bach underscored the mission of the Olympic Movement is "to put sport at the service of the peaceful development of humankind".

5. China's IOC member Zhang Hong donated her Olympic gold-medal-winning skates to the Olympic Museum

China's IOC member Zhang Hong (L) and IOC vice president Ng Ser Miang hold the skates, which Zhang wore to win the Olympic women's 1,000m speed skating at Sochi 2014, in Lausanne, Switzerland, Nov. 25, 2022. Zhang donated the skates to the Olympic Museum. (IOC/Handout via Xinhua) 

International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Zhang Hong donated her Olympic gold-medal-winning skates to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne on Friday (November 25).

IOC vice president Ng Ser Miang received the pair of skates, which the Chinese wore to win the women's 1,000m speed skating, the first-ever Olympic gold medal of the sport for China at Sochi 2014.

6. China won Men's World Team Chess Championship for third time

Team members of China pose at the awarding ceremony of the 2022 Men's World Team Chess Championship in Jerusalem on Nov. 25, 2022. China won the title after beating Uzbekistan in the final. (Shalom Shalevl/JINI via Xinhua)

China won the 2022 Men's World Team Chess Championship after beating the reigning Chess Olympiad champion Uzbekistan in the final in Jerusalem on Friday (November 25).

China won twice 2.5-1.5 in the double-header final match to win the title for the third time, after taking the gold in 2015 and 2017.

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