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The Chinese team won the 7th gold medal at the Doha World Swimming Championships. Chinese swimming showed the power of youth – Sports – China Engineering Network

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The Chinese team won the 7th gold medal at the Doha World Swimming Championships. Chinese swimming showed the power of youth.
Beijing Youth Daily reporter Liu Ailin

Early yesterday morning, in the final of the men’s and women’s 4×100m freestyle relay at the Doha World Aquatics Championships, the Chinese team consisting of Pan Zhanle, Wang Haoyu, Li Bingjie, and Yu Yiting defeated world powers such as Australia and the United States, breaking the Asian record with a time of 3 minutes, 21 seconds, and 18 seconds. Winning the championship is also the seventh gold medal won by the Chinese team in this tournament.

Breaking the Asian record in the preliminaries and qualifying as the first place

Regarding the relay events at the World Championships, the only event in which the Chinese team has not won a medal is the men’s and women’s 4×100-meter freestyle relay. This event has a short history and only started at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan. The Chinese team sent Wang Haoyu, Ji Xinjie, Yu Yiting, and Ai Yanhan in the preliminaries that morning. Their time of 3 minutes, 24 seconds, and 47 broke the Asian record originally held by the Japanese team and advanced to the finals as first place. In the final, the Chinese team changed two members. Pan Zhanle, the men’s 100-meter freestyle champion, and Li Bingjie, the leader of the women’s team competing in Doha, replaced Ji Xinjie and Ai Yanhan. They were stronger and aimed to win the championship and strive to break through again. Asian record.

The number of gold medals has increased to 7 and continues to set a historical record

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In the final, Pan Zhanle’s opening time was 47.29 seconds, which established a large lead for the team from the very beginning. Wang Haoyu and Li Bingjie maintained the advantage. Yu Yiting, who made the last stroke, continued her efforts and was the first to hit the wall. After the preliminaries, It once again broke the Asian record and achieved zero medals and gold medals in this event. According to reports, Yu Yiting gave up the women’s 50-meter butterfly final on the same day in order to be in better condition for the relay final. Her strong performance in the last leg helped the Chinese team win the gold medal in this event for the first time.

So far, the number of gold medals won by the Chinese swimming team in this event has increased to 7, continuing to set a historical record.

Pan Zhanle became the 4th gold king and made another gold medal on the last competition day

The Chinese swimming team has welcomed 10 new standard pool world champions in this event. They are Pan Zhanle, Dong Zhihao, Ji Xinjie, Zhang Zhanshuo, Wang Haoyu, Tang Qianting, Ai Yanhan, Gong Zhenqi, Yang Peiqi, and Yu Yiting. Among them, Pan Zhanle won 4 gold medals in the men’s 100-meter freestyle, men’s 4×100-meter freestyle relay, men’s 4×200-meter freestyle relay, and men’s and women’s 4×100-meter freestyle relay, tying Qin Haiyang’s record for a Chinese swimmer in a single world championship. Record total number of gold medals won.

In the last competition day, Pan Zhanle can theoretically compete for the gold medal in the men’s 4×100m medley relay event. Of course, it is more difficult for the Chinese team to win gold medals or even medals in this event. None of the top domestic players in backstroke and butterfly strokes came to Doha. But no matter what, the youthful strength of Chinese swimming has shown a clear upward trend in the World Championships, and they will be the core force of the world swimming world in the next few years.

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