Ning Zetao has won the Australian Games 100 times since 48.43 seconds, far surpassing the Asian Games champion.

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 Ning Zetao has won the Australian Games 100 times since 48.43 seconds, far surpassing the Asian Games champion.


It is known that the Queensland Swimming Championship has a greater influence in Australia, ranking second only to the Australian National Swimming Championship. Many top Australian athletes will compete, and top foreign athletes such as Ning Zetao also add luster to the competition.

Ning Zetao had previously participated in the National Autumn Swimming Championship, swimming 49.06 seconds in the preliminary race, but decided to withdraw because of finger injuries. After recovering, Ning Zetao followed Coach Brown to Australia for further training. He had previously participated in a competition called 2018 Acacia Bayside LC Preparation Meet and competed in the 100-meter freestyle race for men aged 12 and over. He was ranked first in swimming 49.81 seconds.

The Queensland Swimming Championship is a planned one-stop event for Ning Zetao, who enrolled in the 100-meter and 50-meter freestyle events. Today, in the 100m freestyle race, Ning Zetao swimmed 48. 81 seconds in the preliminary race and successfully entered the final. Ning Zetao played a further role in the final. Although the starting reaction time of 0.7 seconds wasnt the fastest, he quickly showed his strength advantage after entering the water. It took 23.51 seconds for 50-meter half-way to throw away his opponents, and continued to accelerate in the second half, leading the way to the championship with 48.43 seconds.

This year, Jakarta Asian Games mens 100m freestyle champion, Japans Yanpu Shenli, won the championship in 48.71 seconds, that is, Ning Zetaos performance in Australia, enough to win the Asian Games championship. Tomorrow, Ning Zetao will compete in the mens 50m freestyle race in this race.

Source: Netease Sports Author: Leons Editor-in-Charge: Liu Jie_NS6529