Among those headlining the Chinese Olympic swim team will be Olympic medalists Wang Shun and Xu Jiayu, along with Wang Jiajiahe and Zhang Yufei.
Whether you look at season-bests or best splits over the past three years, things come down to tenths between the U.S. and Australia in this relay.
Australia looks tough to beat in the women’s 4×200 free relay, with four of the top seven 200 freestylers this season, including #1 Ariarne Titmus.
Without the 200 IM and 400 IM, Ye Shiwen now has one shot left at qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Games in the form of the 200 breast.
In Cina è iniziato il secondo incontro di qualificazione olimpica del paese. Durante il primo giorno solo un atleta ha realizzato il tempo
On day 1 of the 2021 Chinese Summer Nationals, only one swimmer managed to notch a time under the FINA A standard in their respective event.
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2019 World Championships bronze medalist Wang Jianjiahe won the 800 free final with a season-best time of 8:20.38, within 7.02 seconds of her National Record.
trials cinesi: Wang Shun e Yang Junxuan protagonisti delle finali del quinto giorno di gare. I risultati completi della sessione del mattino
2016 Olympic bronze medalist Wang Shun won the 200 IM final today within .62 of his own Chinese National Record. He beat the FINA ‘A’ cut by nearly 3 seconds.
Durante los Trials Olímpicos chinos, Yang Junxuan, de 19 años, ha batido su propio récord de Asia en 200 libre, con un tiempo de 1:54.57.
Yufei tied her 100 free National Record in prelims, but she scratched the semifinal to focus on the 200 fly final where she swam lifetime best of 2:05.44.
Zhang Yufei continua la serie di risultati positivi ai trials cinesi e nuota il suo personal best nei 200 farfalla primo tempo al mondo
World champion Xu Jiayu is among the list of individual Olympic qualifiers for China through day 4 of the nation’s first Trials meet.
15-year-old Yu Yiting beat Rikako Ikee’s WJR yesterday by .10. In the finals, Yiting won the event with a 2:09.64, beating her swim from yesterday by .24.