100m Freestyle Winner’ Fan Zhanle “I’m not Satisfied with the Record… See you in Paris”

200m freestyle, Hwang Seon-woo, 100m Pan Zhanle superiority structure’ solidified

Fan Zhanle (19, China) won her first gold medal in the individual event at the World Aquatics Championships.

Van Zanler, who set a world record in the 100m freestyle in Doha and won the individual event, now looks to the Paris Olympics. 카지노

Van Zanler was the first to touch the pad with a time of 47.53 seconds in the men’s 100m freestyle final at the 2024 International Aquatics Federation World Championships held at the Aspire Dome in Doha, Qatar, on the 16th (Korean time).

The gap with second place Alessandro Miresi (25, Italy), who finished the race in 47.72 seconds, was 0.19 seconds.

Hwang Sun-woo (20, Gangwon Provincial Office) ran the last 50 meters in 24.89 seconds, the fastest among the eight participants in the finals, but turned the slowest in the first 50 meters at 23.04 seconds, placing him in 5th place (47.93 seconds).

After the match, Van Zanle said in an interview with AFP, “I prepared hard for the competition.

I won my first gold medal in the individual event at the World Championships, but this is just the beginning.

I will train harder.

Let’s meet again in Paris.”

He added, “I was stressed ahead of the final today,” adding, “It’s good to win, but I’m not satisfied with my record.”

Fan Zhanle won a silver medal as a member of China’s men’s 400m medley relay at the Fukuoka World Championships last year.

In Doha, he participated in the men’s 400m relay final on the 12th and contributed to the victory as China’s first athlete.

At that time, Van Zanler finished the race in 46.80 seconds.

In swimming, the record of the first relay runner is recognized as a ‘personal record’.

Panzanler became the owner of a new world record, beating David Popovic (19, Romania) by 0.06 seconds of 46.86 set in August 2022.

Her previous personal best of 46.97 seconds, set while winning a gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games last fall, was reduced by a whopping 0.17 seconds.

Van Zanler gained momentum and climbed to the top of the podium in the final of the 100m freestyle individual event, shaking off the sorrow of coming in fourth place in this event in Budapest in 2022 and Fukuoka in 2023.

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