Ning Zetao took home a trophy at yesterday’s China Central Television’s Sports Awards.
Although banned from training at any official centers in the country, Chinese distance star Sun Yang leads his team at the Perth Aquatic Super Series in Australia, scheduled for February 5th and 6th.
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Sun was a double gold-medalist at Worlds, and nearly pulled off an impressive sweep of the 200, 400 and 800 frees.
Chinese sprinter Ning Zetao scratched the final of the men’s 100 free at the World Military Games after suffering a shoulder injury in the warm up pool.
Chinese star Ning Zetao won gold in the men’s 50 freestyle on the first day of the World Military Games…
Sun Yang had served a doping ban last year, but is still allowed to train at unofficial, non-excellence training centers in Australia.
Nathan Adrian has been announced as just one of the superstars highlighting the 2015 FINA World Cup Series.
Australian on-fire athletes, Bronte Campbell and Emily Seebohm, have been announced as attending the 2015 FINA World Cup in Singapore slated for October 3rd and 4th.
The Hong Kong Swimming Federation extended an invitation to Katie Ledecky, Sun Yang and Ning Zetao for the upcoming FINA World Cup stop in Hong Kong.
China’s Ning Zetao trains in Australia under Coach Matt Brown, who had previously coached Emily Seebohm up until earlier this year.
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Nathan Adrian struggles in the 100 free and success in the 50 free shows just how tough that double is