Zetao Ning impose his supremacy in the 100 m - Swimming World Championships
Decidedly, the Kazan basin belongs to the Chinese. After the double title of Yang Sun at Kazan World Championships in the 800 m and 400 m, another Chinese has just showed that he is the best in the 100 m. Zetao Ning is the first Chinese to become world champion in the 100 m. He took advantage of the absence of the double world champion, the Australian James Magnussen because of shoulder injury to afford a new medal after his four gold medals at the last Asian Games in 2014. The final was up to the expectations of sports betting enthusiasts, because everything was played in hundredths of a second between the eight finalists. The American Nathan Adrian was the favorite of this competition as being the Olympic champion, but the 22 years Chinese was the best with a chronometer of 47 "84, 11 and 28 hundredths ahead of the Australian Cameron McEvoy (47 "95) and the Argentine Federico Grabich (48" 12). Nathan Adrian finished in seventh place in 48 "31.
In the side of the 200 m medley, the gold medal returned to Ryan Lochte. The American won the competition for the fourth successive time with a time of 1'55 "81. Ryan Lochte got a 9/100 lag on the Brazilian Thiago Pereira after the third length, but he managed to finally take the lead after the crawl for the great joy of all followers of online betting who stake on him. The American beat his runner-up by 84/100 (1'56 "65). The Chinese Wang Shun was in the third place with a time of 1'56 "81. This performance allows him to match the performance of Grant Hackett on 1,500 m from 1998 to 2005.
Tuesday, 11 August 2015
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