Ning Zetao once led his team to win the World Championship in Japan and shouted that I am a Chinese.

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 Ning Zetao once led his team to win the World Championship in Japan and shouted that I am a Chinese.


Most people first knew Ning Zetaos name at the 2013 Jinan National Games. At that time, he was only a 20-year-old young general, but swimming out shocked Asian swimming achievements. Ning Zetao won the 100m freestyle final with 48.27 seconds and broke the Asian record, while in the 50m freestyle preliminary race he reached a new Asian record of 21.91 seconds. At that time, Chen Yunpeng, the former head coach of the Chinese swimming team, once commented on Ning Zetaos breakthrough, which was comparable to Zhang Peimeng, who ran 10 seconds out of 100 meters.

By the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, Ning Zetao stood on a higher stage of competition, blowing a real Ning Zetao whirlwind. In Incheon, Ning Zetao won four gold medals. He not only won two individual Championships in the 50m and 100m freestyle, but also helped the Chinese mens 4*100 freestyle and medley relay events to top the powerful rival Japan. For a time, Ning Zetao became the new male god of Asian mens swimming, and he was in the limelight for a moment.

Ning Zetao broke his Asian record at the National Games by swimming 47.70 seconds in the final of the 100-meter freestyle. He successfully broke the 48-second mark and became the first Asian swimmer to swim 48 seconds. You should know that if he gets to the 2013 World Championship, the champion will come straight to hand. Ning Zetao, the last swimmer in the mens 4*100m freestyle relay, led the Chinese team to win the championship and break the Asian record, while his final result was 47.08 seconds. At the London Olympics, only Agnell, France, was stronger than him in 46.74 seconds. Whats more striking is that the 4*100m medley relay in the finale dramatic event was almost one second behind the Japanese team in the first three strokes. Ning Zetao successfully reversed the Japanese team with his last wild chase, while Ning Zetaos 100-meter freestyle swimming made a world record of 46.91 seconds. Although it took advantage of the reaction time, in any case, Ning Zetaos achievement was shocking enough at that time.

Less than a month after the end of the National Games, Ning Zetaos crazy performance continued at the Huangshan National Swimming Championship. Ning Zetao swam 47.65 seconds in the final of the 100-meter freestyle and rewrote the Asian record set by himself in the Incheon Asian Games, which has remained so far. Ning Zetao, at that time, could not be overused in describing it as a day in the sky. With the accumulation of the National Games and the Asian Games, by the World Championships in 2015, Ning Zetaos performance completely made the world swimming world stand out.

In Kazan, Ning Zetao won 47.84 seconds in the final of the 100-meter freestyle, becoming the first champion of the mens short-distance freestyle event in China and even in Asia. A young man from a non-swimming traditional country, relying on his talent and the unremitting efforts acquired, made great efforts in the short-distance freestyle events monopolized by Europeans and Americans, performing the rare miracle in mens swimming world for a century. Ning Zetaos feat once again wrote a brilliant stroke for Chinese sports, which was as significant as Liu Xiang, who won the Olympic gold medal in Athens, and the two womens tennis champions at that time. Li Na, the champion. Unfortunately, for various reasons, after 2016, Ning Zetao failed to continue to create good results and missed many opportunities when it was supposed to be the peak of his career. Rao is so. From 2013 to 2015, Ning Zetao kept breaking the Asian record and won the world championship, which is still one of the highest moments in Chinese mens swimming history. Even though his gifts and abilities have not been fully realized, Ning Zetaos achievements are still admirable. Source of this article: Netease Sports Responsible Editor: Luting_NS5242

In Kazan, Ning Zetao won 47.84 seconds in the final of the 100-meter freestyle, becoming the first champion of the mens short-distance freestyle event in China and even in Asia. A young man from a non-swimming traditional country, relying on his talent and the unremitting efforts acquired, made great efforts in the short-distance freestyle events monopolized by Europeans and Americans, performing the rare miracle in mens swimming world for a century. Ning Zetaos feat once again wrote a brilliant stroke for Chinese sports, which was as significant as Liu Xiang, who won the Olympic gold medal in Athens, and the two womens tennis champions at that time. Li Na, the champion.

Unfortunately, for various reasons, after 2016, Ning Zetao failed to continue to create good results and missed many opportunities when it was supposed to be the peak of his career. Rao is so. From 2013 to 2015, Ning Zetao kept breaking the Asian record and won the world championship, which is still one of the highest moments in Chinese mens swimming history. Even though his gifts and abilities have not been fully realized, Ning Zetaos achievements are still admirable.