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Li Hanhua resets world record in men's 200m freestyle

12-15-2010 17:16 BJT Special Report:Guangzhou Asian Games & Asian Para Games |

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We start with action from the Asian Para Games. Chinese swimmers sought more record-setting times at the pool in Guangzhou.

Li Hanhua of China a S-3 level swimmer, but he had to join the S-5 level events. Li crossed over to the new competition without any problems, but Kim Kyun-Hyun did an even better job. The South Korean won the men's 200 meter freestyle-S5 gold medal. Kim's countrymen Min Byeongeon and Lee Kwonsik took silver and bronze in S-5. But Li reset the world record in his own level of S-3.

Wu Chunmiao wins women 100m-T11 gold

Wu Chunxia of China won the women's 100 meter-T11 gold medal. Wu scored gold in the same event at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics. And she finished with her seasons' best time of 12.89 seconds. But Wu could not top her own world record.

Later, in the women's 100 meter-T38 event..China's Xiong Dezhi claimed the title. And she also refreshed the Asian record with a time of 14.28 seconds.

China's Zhao Hongmei also claimed gold in the women's javelin-F46 event, adding to China's domination in track and field. Zhao also set a new Asian record of 37.57 meters.

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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