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China Defies Expectations at 2024 World Championships, Sets New Record in Men’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay

ByEditor

Feb 11, 2024
Pan Zhanle Sets New World Record by Leading Off China’s 4×100 Freestyle Relay in 46.80

The men’s 4x100m freestyle relay at the 2024 World Championships in Doha was a thrilling competition that saw China set a new world record with a time of 3:11.08. The team, consisting of Pan, Ji, Zhang, and Wang, achieved this feat by working together seamlessly and showcasing impressive individual performances.

Pan’s outstanding performance was particularly noteworthy as he set a new world record in the long course meters men’s 100 freestyle with a time of 46.80. His fast start and strong performance throughout the race helped China secure the gold medal in the relay. This marked China’s first medal in the relay.

Zhanle also had an impressive showing as he broke David Popovici’s record set in August 2022 by swimming a 46.80. His fast start and strong performance throughout the race helped China secure the gold medal. Notably, Zhanle was faster in the final race than in his morning heat where he split a flying start of 48.26 on the anchor leg.

The relay final saw Italy finishing second while USA finished third, but all teams displayed remarkable skill and determination throughout their respective races. The competition was highly anticipated and it did not disappoint, as swimmers from various countries showcased their talent on stage setting an exciting championship for everyone to follow.

Overall, it was an impressive display of athleticism from all competing countries, who put on a spectacular showcase that will surely be remembered for years to come.

In conclusion, at the 2024 World Championships in Doha, China set a new world record in men’s 4x100m freestyle relay with a time of 3:11

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