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Butterfly specialist Wu Peng arrives in Shanghai for World Championships

07-19-2011 18:33 BJT

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One of China's top swimmers has arrived in Shanghai. Butterfly specialist Wu Peng landed on Monday, along with his US coach. Wu Peng came back to Beijing from the US on July 15th. Then, he traveled to Shanghai with his American coach, Mike Bottom.

Wu will compete in the men's 100m butterfly and 200m butterfly. Bottom served as head coach for Croatia at the Athens and Beijing Olympic games. Wu hopes his guidance can help him achieve a top performance at the World Championships.

"I think my performance this time must be better than last year. I didn't perform well in the Asian Games. I have talked with Mike about my competition during my training, we have summarized my problems and I have improved this year."(OUT)

Editor:Li Wanran |Source: CNTV.CN

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