The 17-year-old Wang Jianjiahe cleared Two additional triumphs in the women’s 200m and 1500m free-form on Sunday as she gathered four gold medals altogether so far at the Chinese Autumn Swimming Championships.
Wang, 1500m free-form bronze medalist in Gwangju World Swimming Championships, commanded the 200m separation in a period of one minute 58.24 seconds. After one hour, she guaranteed gold in the 1500m last in 16:19.71.
It was the third meet that Wang contended in two months after the FINA swimming universes and China’s second Youth Games.
Four Zhejiang girls, all under 20, managed the women’s 200m individual variety as the 14-year-old Yu Yiting was the quickest 2:12.69, 16-year-old Yan Xin came to second 2:14.99, 15-year-old Qian Xinan third 2:15.99 and 14-year-old Yin Jiahe 2:16.49. In the men’s 200m butterfly, Yu Yingbiao from the Chinese Army won in 1:57.97 and group Zhejiang put the top position in men’s 4x200m free-form hand-off 7:20.63.
Held from September 4 to 12, the championship is considered a rehearsal for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games with morning final competition format.
A total of 522 swimmers took part in the meet, with 278 male and 244 female participants from 25 teams.