Netease Sports reported on September 27:
The 2020 National Swimming Championships and Tokyo Olympics Qualifying Tournament continued in Qingdao, Shandong. In the second preliminaries, the women's 1500m freestyle king Jian Jiahe set a new Asian record with 15 minutes 45.59, and the women's 100m freestyle Zhang Yufei set 52. Break the national record at 90 seconds. Men's 400m medley and 200m freestyle,
In the women's 1500m freestyle, Liaoning star Wang Jian Jiahe was in excellent condition and led the way, swimming 15 minutes 45.59 minutes, breaking his original Asian record of 15 minutes 46.69 created in the United States early last year, ranking first in the preliminaries. However, like Fu Yuanhui, Yu Hexin and Yu Jingyao, Wang Jian Jiahe also missed the finals of the event because of his substandard physical fitness test.
In the women's 100-meter freestyle, Jiangsu star Zhang Yufei performed bravely, swimming out a good result of 52.90, breaking Pang Jiaying's 11-year national record and ranking first in the preliminaries. Shandong's Yang Junxuan ranked second with 53.45 seconds, and Liaoning's Wang Jingzhuo ranked third with 54.60 seconds.
In the men's 400m medley preliminaries, Zhejiang star Wang Shun's strength was significantly higher than the rest of his opponents, ranking first with a swim of 4:13.36. Shanghai’s Tan Haiyang ranked second with a time of 4:16.16, and Hunan’s Huang Zhiwei ranked third with a time of 4:19.39.
In the men's 200m freestyle preliminaries, Shandong star Ji Xinjie, who had previously won the 400m freestyle champion, ranked first with a time of 1:48.38. Zhejiang player Hong Jinquan ranked second with 1:48.47, and Hubei player Zhang Ziyang ranked third with 1:48.99.
Tomorrow morning, the National Swimming Championships will compete in the finals of the above events.