Li Bingjie is a Chinese National swimmer born on March 3, 2002. At the Chinese National Championships on April 1, 2017, Bingjie won the 400M free with a then World Leading time of 4:02.52.
See race video of Bingjie’s 4:02.52 performance here:
2017 World Championships
Bingjie finished third in the 400m Free behind the two Americans, Katie Ledecky and Leah Smith. Her time of 4:03.25 was well behind second place finisher, Leah Smith, and off her time from the Chinese Nationals.
Bingjie swam the anchor on China’s 4x200m Free Relay to help them win the silver medal, splitting a time of 1:55.46, fastest split on the Chinese team.
Day seven Bingjie won silver in the women’s 800m freestyle final. She dropped an impressive swim, 8:15.46, crushing her Asian record.
2018 Asian Games
Bingjie pulled her biggest international medal haul to date in Jakarta, scoring 5 medals over the course of the meet. She won her first international 200 free title (1:56.74) as well as led off China’s victorious 4×200 free relay. She also took triple silver in the 400-800-1500 behind her Chinese teammate Wang Jianjiahe.
2018 Short Course World Championships
Bingjie kept the medals coming in in her home world championships of Hangzhou, earning bronze in the 400 free, right behind silver medalist and countrywoman Wang Jianjiahe. She also helped China win it’s only relay title in the women’s 4×200 free relay, leading off in a 1:54.56.