Lu Ying Presses On For China’s ‘Fly Crown

On the second day at Chinese National Swimming Championships in Zhengzhou, Lu Ying presses on in her mission to topple China’s top 2 of late, a 57.94 in the 100m final granting her a narrow win over Jiao Liuyang and No 2 on 2013 ranks

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On the second day at Chinese National Swimming Championships in Zhengzhou, Lu Ying presses on in her mission to topple China’s top 2 of late, a 57.94 in the 100m final granting her a narrow win over Jiao Liuyang and No 2 on 2013 ranks

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