On that day, Wang Shun maintained the leading edge, and the last 50 meters freestyle was an absolute ride, successfully defending the championship with a huge advantage of 1.68 seconds ahead of the second swimmer. The audience on the sidelines gave warm applause and cheers to the local player who contributed the first gold for the Chinese team.
Japanese swimmer Seto Daiichi, who broke the mens 200-meter butterfly world record that night, also said in an interview after the race that he hoped to compete with Wang Shun in the 200-meter medley. Facing the battle book sent by Seto Da, Wang Shun said that he would be very excited to compete with such a strong opponent. He would strive to compete with him in the future and adjust his pre-match state to the best one. (end)
Source: CNN Author: Ma Yuanhaos Responsible Editor: Cao Lie-e_NS1806