Aug 02, 2012 11:42 PM EDT
China continues to dominate the table tennis competitions at the Olympic Games. Li Xiaoxia won the women's finals with a 4-0 finish over Ding Ning, taking home the gold.
China have won gold in every women's table tennis singles since the game was introduced as an Olympic sport at the 1988 Seoul Games, according to the BBC. They also won all four gold medals at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 for
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China has 21 of 25 gold medals from table tennis and 41 table tennis medals in all, with six gold medals in the women's singles events. Feng Tianwi from Singapore won the silver and Kasumi Ishikawa from Japan won the bronze. Xiaoxia,24,
Trying to limit China's dominance, the Olympics limited singles entries to two per nation.
Xiaoxia is a 2011 World Champions medal-winner in doubles and the same at the 2011 Pro Tour Grand Finals.
According to NBC, Xiaoxia qualified for the London Olympics because she ranked no. 1 in the world in the May 2011 rankings for women's tennis.
The women's team and men's team finals play out on Aug. 7 and 8. To watch live stream coverage of all Olympic Games, click here.
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