Netease Sports reported on September 30:
The 2020 National Swimming Championships in Qingdao entered the fourth final day of the competition. Women's 100m
In the women's 100-meter butterfly, Jiangsu star Zhang Yufei, who broke the dusty 11-year Asian record in the preliminaries, attracted attention. In the final, Zhang Yufei quickly established his advantage after the start, leading by 0.96 seconds in the 50-meter half. After 50 meters, Zhang Yufei continued to accelerate, the lead distance was obvious, he reached the finish line first, and won the championship in 56.29 seconds. Henan player Li Shuang finished second with 58.72 seconds, and Shandong's Wang Yichun ranked third with 59.13 seconds.
In the men's 100-meter backstroke final, Xu Jiayu, the champion of this event in the past two World Championships, had no opponents, leading all the way to the finish line, swimming in 52.60 seconds and winning another gold medal after the 200-meter backstroke. Hubei player Wang Yutian won the runner-up with 55.46 seconds, and Hebei's Wang Guanbin swam 55.51 seconds and ranked third.
In the women's 200m freestyle final, Shandong star Yang Junxuan had outstanding strength. Although he was only third in the first 50 meters, he had already overtaken to the first place in the 100 meters, leading by 0.17 seconds. Entering the second half, Yang Junxuan gradually shook off his opponent, leading by more than half of his position by 150 meters, with an advantage of 1.16 meters. In the last 50 meters, Yang Junxuan sprinted with all his strength and took the lead to win the championship in 1:56.52, and won another gold after the 100-meter freestyle. Liaoning player Qiu Yuhan won the runner-up with 1:58.92, and Zhejiang team's Wu Yue swam in 1:58.99 and ranked third.
In the women's 800-meter freestyle final, Hebei player Zhang Ke swam 8 minutes 29.92 seconds and won the championship, following the 1500-meter freestyle. Another Hebei player Ma Yonghui won the runner-up with 8:30.84. Shandong star Xin Xin ranked third with 8:36.63.
In the men’s 100-meter freestyle final, Henan’s Hou Yujie won the championship in 48.86 seconds. Tianjin’s Yang Jintong swam in 49.13 seconds and won the runner-up. Shandong star Ji Xinjie, who has won the 200-meter and 400-meter freestyle championships, ranked third with 49.16. .