Women’s 100-meter Geman Chess wins Su Bingtian 10 seconds 06 and advances to the final

Women’s 100-meter Geman Chess wins Su Bingtian 10 seconds 06 and advances to the final

2021-09-21 11:27:40Source: China News Network

China News Service, Xi’an, September 20 (Hao Lingyu and Xing Chong) On the 20th, the National Games track and field competition kicked off. In the women’s 100m competition, Gemanqi beat Qunfang to win the championship. In the men’s 100-meter race, Su Bingtian easily ran 10 seconds 06 and advanced to the final as the first in the group.

Ge Manqi has just advanced to the women’s 100-meter semi-finals at the Tokyo Olympics in 11.20 seconds, becoming the first Chinese player in history to enter the women’s 100-meter semi-finals. In the current National Games, her biggest opponents are Olympic athletes Liang Xiaojing and Wei Yongli who also went to Japan.

After the starting gun sounded, Liang Xiaojing, who was in the fourth lane, maintained the lead in the first 50 meters with his excellent starting reaction. Ge Manqi followed her closely, gradually narrowing the gap, and finally completed the overtake in the second half, crossing the finish line first.

After the game, Ge Manqi happily hugged with Liang Xiaojing, his national teammate, and the two compared their hearts to the camera. Liang Xiaojing ranked third with a time of 11.40. Jiangsu player Yuan Qiqi won the silver medal.

In the men’s 100m semifinals, Su Bingtian became the focus of everyone as soon as he appeared. In the preliminaries that morning, Su Bingtian easily won the first place in the group with a time of 10.23 seconds, ranking second among all players, 0.01 seconds slower than the top Guangdong teammate Chen Guanfeng. In the semifinals, Xie Zhenye, who was on the track next to him, was regarded as Su Bingtian’s strong opponent in this competition.

At the beginning of the game, “Su Shen” showed great strength and quickly opened the gap with most opponents with a clean start. Halfway later, Xie Zhenye was gradually left behind by him. In the final 20-meter sprint, he slowed down and hit the line first with a score of 10.06. He easily advanced to the final as the first in the group. Xie Zhenye ranked second in the group with a time of 10.25 seconds, and both advanced to the top.

Su Bingtian said after the semifinals that he still has a relatively high level of competition. “Now it’s mainly to compare with myself. Most of the players who enter the semi-finals have the 10-second level. I hope they will play well in the finals.”

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