Sun Yang earned his 3rd gold of these Chinese Nationals, while on-the-rise He Junyi manhandled the men’s 100m free semi, clocking the 2nd fastest performance ever by a Chinese swimmer.
Sun Yang won the men’s 200 free, Yan Zibei broke the 50m breast record and Wang Jianjiahe was within striking distance of her 1500m free Asian Record on night 3 of Chinese Nationals.
Yan Zibei came within .04 of his own Chinese National Record tonight, but still has tomorrow’s final to make it happen.
The 2019 Chinese National Swimming Championships are slated for March 24th – March 31st, with the country’s biggest swimming stars vying for the chance to compete at this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
En el Pro Swim Series americano en Des Moines, se han batido 7 mejores marcas mundiales del año, de mano de Caeleb Dressel y Michael Andrew, entre otros. La colombiana Isabella Arcila y los mexicanos Melissa Rodríguez y Miguel de Lara han hecho una buena actuación nadando las finales A. La china Wang Jianjiahe ha batido el récord de Asia en 1500 libre.
La chilena de 33 años es la primera nadadora sudamericana clasificada a Tokio 2020. Consiguió la marca mínima en los 1500 libre de las TYR Pro Swim Series de Des Moines, EEUU.
Watch race videos from Day 1 of the 2019 Pro Swim Series – Des Moines stop.
Both records were held by Chinese teammate, Li Bingjie, who came in 3rd tonight with a 16:19.71.
The 2019 Pro Swim Series – Des Moines stop kicks off tonight with the women’s and men’s miles.
This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.
At just 16, with 2018 being her coming out year, Wang could have much more in store in the years to come.
18-year-old Rikako Ikee has had her best year of swimming yet, earning her the Swammy Award for Female Asian Swimmer of the Year.
This year, among many incredible female junior swimmers, Canadian Taylor Ruck has stood above the rest.
La FINA a désigné ses champions des champions de Hangzhou.
16-year-old Wang Jianjiahe wrapped up her tremendous year with an individual gold and individual silver at the 2018 Short Course World Championships in Hangzhou, despite a little mix-up in her 800 free heats.