Live: The finals of China’s national swimming competition – Day 2

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The finals for China’s national swimming competition is being held from January 1 to January 3 in north China’s Shijiazhuang City. Hosted by the Chinese Swimming Association, the top-level swimming competition is regarded as preparation for the Tokyo Olympic Games. Swimming stars including Yan Zibei, Xu Jiayu, Wang Shun, and Grand Slam winner of Olympic Games and World Champions Ye Shiwen take part in the final competitions.

On January 2, 10 finals will be held, including men’s 200m backstroke, women’s 100m freestyle, men’s 200m breaststroke, women’s 100m butterfly and more. Join CGTN to watch the second day of the competition. #2020Remembrance

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