Young Chinese skater’s come-from-behind win warms hearts

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Young Chinese skater’s come-from-behind win warms hearts” – below is their description.

An eight-year-old speed skater Ma Zihui in China’s Beijing warmed the hearts of millions online after she fell at the start of a race, but picked herself up and eventually won.

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