Sprinter Su Bingtian won the men's 100 meters to claim his first gold medal at the Games.
The 32-year-old clocked the Game's record 9.95 seconds in the final,
as Asia's fastest man continued to make waves in the sport for his country.
Mike Fox tells us more.
Considering Su Bingtian's stature in the world of Track & Field,
it's amazing to think that prior to this he had never won a national games.
A decent showing at the Olympics showed that he's got what it takes to race with the best.
So a time of 9.95 seconds to finish first here got the 32-year-old that elusive title on home soil that was absent from his list of wins.
Su is the fastest man in Asia,
and competing on the domestic front might seem like a step down then when he's up against the world's best on the Olympic stage.
However, his gradual improvement has been down to treating every single race equally and competing in front of fans again.
I'm very happy after four editions I finally won the National Games,
and very grateful for all the fans that are here，thank you for your support.
I can hear people cheering me on when I'm on the track and I thank them for being here, it's great to have them.