Xu Jiayus Poetry and Prose Preliminary Competition Advanced to the Final of Chinese Womens 200 Relay

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 Xu Jiayus Poetry and Prose Preliminary Competition Advanced to the Final of Chinese Womens 200 Relay


Mens 200-meter backstroke, Xu Jiayu, who had previously won 100 backstroke championships, fought with Li Guangyuan. Xu Jiayu swims 1 minute, 57 seconds and 15 seconds in the preliminary contest. The second group ranks fifth in the total and enters the semi-finals. Li Guangyuan ranked 21 in the seventh overall ranking of the group in 1 minute, 58 seconds, and failed to qualify for promotion. Murphy of the United States and Ralov of Russia ranked first two with 1 minute, 56 seconds, 61 seconds and 1 minute, 56 seconds, 76 seconds, respectively.

Womens 200m breaststroke and 200m Medley won second place in Ye Shiwen and Yu Jingyao. In the preliminary contest, Ye Shiwen swam 2 minutes, 25 seconds and 41 seconds, ranking fifth in the group and tenth in the semi-finals. Yu Jingyao ranked 17th with 2 minutes, 26 seconds and 77 seconds, only one place short of passing. Canadian swimmer Pickham, who swims 2 minutes, 24 seconds and 53 seconds, ranked first in the preliminary race, and 100-meter breaststroke champion and American star Lily King was cancelled for foul.

Womens 100m freestyle, 200 from the fifth Yang Junqi, in order to participate in the relay withdrawal. Zhu Menghui, who played alone, swam 54.25 seconds to rank 16th and was lucky to enter the semi-finals. Rio Olympic champion Manuel of the United States ranked first with 53.10 seconds, followed by Sweden with 53.11 seconds and Australia with Kate Campbell in fourth with 53.35 seconds.

Mens 200m breaststroke, Tan Hai and Zhang Ruixuan battle. The preliminary race took 2 minutes, 09 seconds and 86 seconds to swim out of the ocean. The fourth group ranked 12th in the total and reached the semi-finals. Zhang Ruixuan was the eighth in Group 89 in 2 minutes 10 seconds, ranking 22nd overall. Australian Wilson, swimming 2 minutes 07 seconds 29 ranked first in the preliminary.

Womens 4*200m freestyle relay, the preliminary Chinese team sent Ai Yanhan, Dong Jie, Zhang Yuhan, Li Bingjie. Ai Yanhan swims the first 100 meters in the first batch, but the second 100 meters slows down slightly, and China ranks second in the handover. Dong Jies Chinese team once regained the lead position, the top four teams almost kept abreast of each other, and the United States team rushed to the first place at 300 meters. By the time of the 400-meter half-way handover, the Chinese team fell to the third place, while Russia and the United States were in the first two places. The third baton, Zhang Yuhan, ranked third in the Chinese team, while the American team surpassed the first in handover. Li Bingjie, the last one, soon surpassed Russia to the second place, but the sprint was slightly weak, and eventually the Chinese team ranked third in the group with 7:54.10. The U.S. team won the first group in 7 minutes 51 seconds 58 and the Russian team won the second group in 7 minutes 52 seconds 66. The second group, strong Australia all the way ahead, with 7 minutes 50 seconds 64 ranked first in the group. China ranked fourth in the preliminary round, Australia ranked second in the U.S. and Russia ranked third. The finals of the event will be finalized tonight. Source: Netease Sports Author: Leons Editor-in-Charge: Cao Lie-e_NS1806

Womens 4*200m freestyle relay, the preliminary Chinese team sent Ai Yanhan, Dong Jie, Zhang Yuhan, Li Bingjie. Ai Yanhan swims the first 100 meters in the first batch, but the second 100 meters slows down slightly, and China ranks second in the handover. Dong Jies Chinese team once regained the lead position, the top four teams almost kept abreast of each other, and the United States team rushed to the first place at 300 meters. By the time of the 400-meter half-way handover, the Chinese team fell to the third place, while Russia and the United States were in the first two places. The third baton, Zhang Yuhan, ranked third in the Chinese team, while the American team surpassed the first in handover. Li Bingjie, the last one, soon surpassed Russia to the second place, but the sprint was slightly weak, and eventually the Chinese team ranked third in the group with 7:54.10. The U.S. team won the first group in 7 minutes 51 seconds 58 and the Russian team won the second group in 7 minutes 52 seconds 66.

The second group, strong Australia all the way ahead, with 7 minutes 50 seconds 64 ranked first in the group. China ranked fourth in the preliminary round, Australia ranked second in the U.S. and Russia ranked third. The finals of the event will be finalized tonight.