113th NIAG: NCKU Secures 6 Gold, 17 Silver, and 14 Bronze Medals, Men's Tennis Champions Achieve Four-Peat-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

113th NIAG: NCKU Secures 6 Gold, 17 Silver, and 14 Bronze Medals, Men's Tennis Champions Achieve Four-Peat

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113th NIAG: NCKU Secures 6 Gold, 17 Silver, and 14 Bronze Medals, Men's Tennis Champions Achieve Four-Peat

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National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) sports team participated in the "113th National Intercollegiate Athletic Games" and won a total of 6 gold medals, 17 silver medals, and 14 bronze medals. Among them, the men's tennis team clinched the championship once again in the men's tennis team event, achieving a four-peat record! The men's swimming team members, Yu-Hsiang Wang and Chen-Ping Chu, respectively secured silver medals in the Men's Open 100m Freestyle, 100m Butterfly, and 50m Butterfly events. The women's badminton team's Yu-Chen Han won a silver medal in the Women's Open Singles event. Additionally, the men's track and field team secured a back-to-back victory in the 4x400m relay and also claimed the first place in the overall men's category.


Regarding the successful four-peat, the captain of the men's tennis team, Min-Cheng Ke, expressed that the journey to the championship this year was particularly challenging. Each school reinforced their teams, and almost every round went to the fifth set. However, seeing so many people cheering for them in the stands, they persevered through the pressure to bring glory to the school. Besides thanking each team member for their hard work, special gratitude was extended to Coach Ma-Shang Jun for his guidance and care, as well as for igniting everyone's fighting spirit, enabling the players to perform their best on the court.


Coach of the men's tennis team and professor at the Sports Center, Jun Ma-Shang, stated that the achievement in the games is closely related to the year-long preparation process, the players' dedication, and team management. The technical assistance from core team members, players' voluntary participation in high-intensity external competitions, along with the addition of Assistant Coach Cheng-Cheng Shi this semester, effectively enhanced the training intensity. Special thanks were given to the Sports Center and alumni for their continuous support and resource allocation, allowing the players to focus on training without worries. The aim is to continue advancing the championship record in the next National Intercollegiate Athletic Games and bring more glory to the school.


Yu-Hsiang Wang, who won silver medals in the Men's Open 100m Freestyle and Butterfly events in his debut participation in the games, expressed that although he only secured 2 silver medals and a fourth-place finish, there has been overall improvement in his timings. He also gained valuable experience on how to prepare for and cope with the games, hoping to achieve better results in the future.


Chen-Ping Chu, who has represented Taiwan in the Universiade and Asian Games, stated, "This victory is not only a personal affirmation but also a team victory for NCKU. With their support and encouragement, I will continue to strive for progress and strive for more victories for myself and the team."

The NCKU men's tennis team once again clinched the championship in the general category of the men's tennis team event, marking their fourth consecutive title.

The NCKU softball team participated in the 113th National Intercollegiate Athletic Games.

The men's track and field 4x400m relay team also successfully secured a second consecutive championship, earning the overall title in the men's general category.

Yu-Xiang Wang (leftmost in the first row) won silver in both the men's open 100m freestyle and butterfly events at the National Intercollegiate Athletic Games, marking his debut in the competition this year.

Chen-Ping Zhu from the Department of Sports Management (center, 3rd from the left in the second row) has also represented Chinese Taipei in the World University Games and the Asian Games.

The NCKU Table Tennis Team Participates in the 113th National Intercollegiate Athletic Games

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