Wang Shun Holds Off Qin Haiyang, Both On 1:57s In 200 Medley At China Games In Tianjin

Wang Shun - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Olympic and World-titles medallist Wang Shun survived an assault from Qin Haiyang in the 200m medley on day 6 at the 13th China Games in Tianjin, the crown gone in 1:57.02, the silver settled in 1:57.71, a stroke shy of his own world junior record. There was also a 1:55 win for Xui Jiayiu in the 200m backstroke and a 2:22 triumph for

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Olympic and World-titles medallist Wang Shun survived an assault from Qin Haiyang in the 200m medley on day 6 at the 13th China Games in Tianjin, the crown gone in 1:57.02, the silver settled in 1:57.71, a stroke shy of his own world junior record. There was also a 1:55 win for Xui Jiayiu in the 200m backstroke and a 2:22 triumph for

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