Original title: The 22-year-old new goddess scored 2nd in history and broke the record! People's Daily Excited to Post 2 Weibo Compliments
Who is the biggest highlight of the 2020 National Swimming Championships and Tokyo Olympic Qualification Tournament? At present, it is Zhang Yufei. In the women's 100-meter butterfly, Zhang Yufei broke Liu Zige's 11-year Asian record with 55.62 seconds. This result can be ranked second in history. The Chinese swimming team has ushered in a world-class swimmer who is expected to hit the gold medal in the Olympics.
In this competition, Zhang Yufei was in excellent condition, setting a national record for the 100-meter freestyle before. This time, in the women's 100m butterfly preliminaries, Zhang Yufei swam crazy, leading the way to swim 55.62 seconds, ranking first, and breaking the Asian record of 56.07 set by Liu Zige at the 2009 National Games. Even better, according to the statistics provided by the FINA, Zhang Yufei can rank the second fastest in the history of this project in the world! Only the world record holder Swedish star Scherstrom is in front. The world record is only 0.14 seconds away, which also means that if Zhang Yufei maintains his form, the Olympic champion will also have a great chance to win. After the game, the People's Daily also posted 2 consecutive Weibo posts to praise her!