China’s Li Bingjie breaks quick course 400m freestyle world report

Published:Mar 9, 202412:25
China’s Li Bingjie breaks quick course 400m freestyle world report

China’s Li Bingjie broke the ladies’s quick course 400-metre freestyle world report on the Chinese language qualifiers for the world championships on Thursday, shaving practically three seconds off the earlier mark set by Australia’s Ariarne Titmus.

Li set the report in three minutes and 51.30 seconds, breaking the previous world report of three:53.92 set by Australia’s double Olympic champion Titmus on the 2018 world championships in Hangzhou, China.

“I used to be shocked with my end result. I've returned to the pool just for two months since I took a trip after the FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary,” Xinhua information company quoted Li as saying.

“I hope I might get quicker and do my finest within the upcoming Melbourne worlds,” she stated, referring to the Dec. 13-18 world championships.

The 20-year-old swimmer was a part of China’s gold-winning 4x200m freestyle relay workforce and bagged bronze within the 400m freestyle on the Tokyo Video games final 12 months.

She can also be the reigning quick course world champion in 400m and 800m freestyle occasions.

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Publish date: 2022-10-27 21:07:07
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