China Dominates East Asia Games With 26 Golds

Asian record holder Ning Zetao

The stars of the show, including Olympic champions Ye Shiwen and Jiao Liuyang opted out on the last day of action at the East Asian Games in Tianjin but the hosts, China, added a further five golds to their tally to win the meet all ahead of Japan, the other nations left well back in the wash. Sprint double for Ning Zetao (pictured) as he adds 50 to 100m free victory; China’s gold count: 26. Japan’s: 11

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The stars of the show, including Olympic champions Ye Shiwen and Jiao Liuyang opted out on the last day of action at the East Asian Games in Tianjin but the hosts, China, added a further five golds to their tally to win the meet all ahead of Japan, the other nations left well back in the wash. Sprint double for Ning Zetao (pictured) as he adds 50 to 100m free victory; China’s gold count: 26. Japan’s: 11

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