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Video: China’s First Olympic Women Swim Medallist Supports Human Rights Torch Relay

Posted by Author on August 29, 2007

Xiaomin Huang, former Chinese women swimmer, won for China first-ever medal inHuang Xiaomin 200m breaststroke swimming at Olympic games- a silver at the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics in South Korea, claims she support the Human Rights Torch Relay and will run for it.

At that time Xiaomin Huang was 18 years old. Now she’s the coach of Korea national team.

Human Rights Torch Relay’s mission is aimed at ceasing the persecution of Falun Gong, the #1 Human Rights violation in China. The message the Human Rights Torch Relay wants to tell the world is “Olympics and crimes against humanity cannot coexist in China”.

Xiaomin Huang’s medal record in Olympics medal database can be found here

Photo above: Xiaomin Huang shown with her silver medal won at the 1988 Seoul Olympics

Video: Xiaomin Huang claims she support the Human Rights Torch Relay

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