Why does Gu Call herself “Frog Princess”?The reason has been found

2022-05-28 0 By

On the morning of February 8, Gu Ailing won the gold medal of women’s freestyle ski platform at the Shougang Grand Jumping platform of Beijing Winter Olympic Games.Gu Ailing of China (c), runner-up Tess Lode of France (L) and third runner-up Mathilde Gremer of Switzerland attend a trophy presentation ceremony in Beijing, Capital of China, Feb. 8, 2018.More than nine hours after gu’s victory, Gu emerged to collect her first Olympic gold medal at 8:25 PM at the Awarding plaza near the Bird’s Nest National Stadium in Beijing.In an interview with Red Star news after winning the gold medal, Gu said her phone was exploding, she did a lot of interviews and ate dumplings.Why does Gu Call herself “Frog Princess”?As China’s new generation of ice and snow sports champion, Gu Ailing has been called many names, such as “excellent student” and “talented girl”. But how did she get the online name “Frog Princess”?The name “Frog Princess” comes from the green helmet gu wore when she first started skiing, complete with a small crown and pink hairpin.She has been nicknamed “Frog Princess” since she was 9.For a child, the establishment and realization of all dreams are inseparable from the influence of family, and the frog Princess’s dream of skiing came from her mother.Gu Ailing of China is presented with a trophy after winning the gold medal on February 8.Gu AILing, Chinese freestyle skier: When I was 3 years old, my mother took me to the ski resort. In order for her to ski more and faster, she thought I was too slow. She left me in a ski school and said in a few years, you can ski with me faster.When I was eight, my mom thought it was too dangerous, so she put me on a ski team.Gu’s mother, Gu Yan, a former speed skater and ski coach at Peking University, takes time off to bring her daughter back to Beijing every year.This gave Gu a fluent Beijing dialect, a love of instant-boiled mutton and roast duck, and a good understanding of hutong culture, which helped establish her sense of Chinese identity.On June 6, 2019, gu Ailing, 15, announced through her personal media that she had officially become a Chinese citizen from the United States, becoming the first Chinese skier to become a Chinese citizen.Since then, Gu Ailing began to compete courageously for gold footsteps.In August 2019, Gu won her first gold medal after becoming a Chinese citizen at the New Zealand Open freestyle ski slopestyle.In January 2020, Gu Won two gold MEDALS in halfpipe and platform at the Lausanne Youth Olympic Winter Games on behalf of China.In February, Gu swept two gold MEDALS in slopestyle and halfpipe at the 2019-20 World Cup in Calgary, Canada.In early 2021, Gu won two titles in women’s slopestyle and halfpipe at the freestyle World Championships.On December 5, 2021, Gu scored 184.25 points to win the GOLD medal of the IAF Freestyle Ski Big Jump World Cup in Stiembert, USA.Gu became the first woman to complete a 1440-degree double somersault in an official competition.Gu AILING, Chinese freestyle SKier: I’m very happy about this 1440 because I just learned it, I learned it in November when I was training in Austria, so I’m very happy to be able to go from three weeks ago to here.This is the first time in history that a woman has performed this difficult feat in a competition.After that, the halfpipe events of the 2021-2022 Freestyle Skiing World Cup were completely gu’s stage. The “talented girl” did not miss any of the championships this season.She also won the best performance award of the season and the crystal ball of the championship.Gu AILING, Chinese FREESTYLE SKier: I chose to ski because I started skiing as a kid. I didn’t think that one day I wanted to go to the Olympics. I didn’t think that I wanted to be a celebrity.I ski because I love it, so IF I get into trouble, I don’t think of giving up.Source: CCTV News, China Economic Weekly, Liaoshen Evening News