“I Can’t Believe Such a Handsome Man Even Won a Gold Medal”… Chinese Swimmer Who Shook Women’s Hearts
“It’s the miracle of the continent” “I think I can become an actor” Reaction
Wang Shun (29), the Chinese national swimming team who won a gold medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games,
is receiving great attention for her good looks as well as her skills.
As Wang Shun won the gold medal with a time of 1 minute 54.62 seconds in the men’s 200m individual medley final
held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center swimming pool in Zhejiang Province on the 24th. 카지노사이트위키
He beat the Asian record (1 minute 55.00 seconds) that he set at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics by 0.38 seconds.
On this day, Wang Shun‘s cheering after checking the record and the scene of him going up to the podium and receiving the gold medal were captured on the broadcast camera.
Since then, posts praising his appearance and photos of his daily life have been posted one after another on social networking services (SNS) such as X (formerly Twitter).
Netizens responded with comments such as “I can’t believe such a handsome man even won a gold medal,”
“It’s a miracle for the continent,” and “He could be an actor.”
Born in 1994, Wang Shun is from Ningbo, Zhejiang Province,
started swimming at the age of six.
He joined the Zhejiang national team in 2007 and was selected for the national team in 2009.
Wang Sun set a new Asian record in the 400m men’s individual medley at the 2011 Chinese Aquatics Championships,
became the first Chinese athlete to win a gold medal in the 200m men’s individual medley at the 2016 World Swimming Championships,
set an Asian record (1 minute 55.00 seconds) at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
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Meanwhile, China swept gold medals in all seven events on the first day of swimming competition at this competition.
Korea won two bronze medals in swimming.
Sun-woo Hwang recorded a time of 48.04 seconds in the men’s 100m freestyle,
winning the bronze medal following China’s Fan Zhanle (46.97) and Wang Haoyu (48.02).
Lee Joo-ho won a bronze medal in the 100m backstroke final with a time of 53.54 seconds.