Sun Yang will be in action on day two of the FINA Champions Series in Guangzhou in both the 200 and 400 free.
Live updates from day 1 of the opening FINA Champions Swim Series stop in Guangzhou, China.
Résumé live de la première journée de l’étape n°1 de la FINA Champions Swim Series à Guangzhou, Chine.
Xu Jiayu pulled off a huge backstroke double to open the FINA Champions Series.
Katinka Hosszu will be one of many stars competing at the inaugural FINA Champions Swim Series this weekend in Guangzhou.
Jérémy Stravius swam 24.65 in prelims of the 50 back on Thursday to satisfy the first half of the FFN’s criteria for making the 2019 World Championships team.
Sun Yang no tuvo rival en el Campeonato nacional chino, arrasando en las pruebas de estilo libre. Wang Jianjiahe batió el récord asiático de 800 libre con 8:14. Wang Yichun, de 13 años, campeona del 50 mariposa. También brillaron Ye Shiwen, Yan Zibei y Xu Jiayu.
Olympic champion Sun Yang successfully completed his quartet of victories at these 2019 Chinese Nationals, capturing his final gold in the men’s 1500m freestyle tonight. Ye Shiwen completed a trio of titles by taking the women’s 400m IM race.
Sun Yang will try to complete his quadruple of gold tomorrow night as he takes on the 1500m free final at Chinese Nationals.
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13-year-olds lead Chinese women, while Qin Haiyang and Xu Jiayu get it done for the men at Chinese Nationals.
The top 3 finishers in tonight’s 100m free final at the Chinese Championships were all under the 49-second barrier, a huge result for the nation.
The 2012 double IM champion Ye Shiwen found success in tonight’s 200m IM race, taking gold by a large margin. Finishing in a time of 2:09.24, Ye put up her fastest time since Rio to top the podium.
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.
“I enjoy the hardships,” is how 24-year-old World Record holder Xu Jiayu of China described his recent training at over 1500m above sea level.