Netease Sports reported on October 2:
In the women’s 200m medley final of the National Swimming Championship, Ye Shiwen relied on the second half of the
In the 200-meter medley preliminaries last night, Ye Shiwen ranked second in 2:11.51, but in an interview after the game, she thought that she would not be able to make it to the final, so she did not meet the standard in the first 400-meter medley because of her fitness test. And missed the battle. However, the 200-meter medley brought her a surprise, and she herself felt it was unexpected.
“It’s really surprising. When I counted the 400-meter medley, I thought I might almost be able to make it, but when it came to the 200-meter medley, the physical fitness ratio was really too high, but I ended up in the final. I think Maybe his level in this project is still higher, maybe it is better to enter the finals." Ye Shiwen said after the game.
According to the schedule of this championship match, since the preliminaries are held in the evening and the finals are in the morning, considering the problem of state transfer, most of the players have better results in the preliminaries than the finals, but Ye Shiwen seems to be an accident. The preliminaries and the finals are similar, even 200 The meter medley final was 0.14 seconds faster than the preliminary round.
"In fact, all my feelings in the game, including my state, are very good. As long as my muscles are okay, I can actively and fully mobilize, even in the morning compared to the finals." Ye Shiwen now appears very confident, and he is even more looking forward to the Tokyo Olympics. After the second championship match, although some of my results were not ideal, I was still quite confident. During the swim, I did not breathe too much, indicating that my cardiorespiratory ability was very solid in this winter training, but my muscles were still It takes time to recover."
When asked how long it will take to fully regain muscle capacity, Ye Shiwen was unable to give a definite answer, but now she feels a lot better. "It’s not hard to say how long it will take. I was at a low point in the past two years. Because of the muscles and mentality, after more than half a year, I basically recovered, and I was able to swim very well in the World Championships last year."