There have been a multitude of impressive swims during these Asian Games. Here’s a Twitter recap…
Li Zhuhao, only 15, blasts a Jr World Record in the 100 Fly but was beat by Texas frosh and Singaporean, Joseph Schooling:
omg a 51.76 in the 100 fly is damn pro and li zhuhao was just 0.15s behind joseph schooling damn
— qirong☻☹☻ (@kerrayzeemeeee) September 24, 2014
The China swimmer, Li Zhuhao, who finished 0.15 seconds behind Schooling in second place, is 15. Christ. #AsianGames2014
— Teng Kiat (@tengkiat) September 24, 2014
Shen Duo has been dominant, winning 4 gold medals already.
Great to see my former Chinese swimmers dominating the Asian Games! Go Shi Jinglin and Shen Duo! #AsianGames2014
— Ron Turner (@CoachRonTurner) September 22, 2014
What is this Shen Duo is only 17?!
— AMMAR YATASHA (@AMMARYATASHA) September 22, 2014
Dmitriy Balandin, from Kazakhstan, is lighting up the breaststroke events.
Dmitriy Balandin with a huge 2:07.67 to break Kitajima's games record and win the gold tonight for Kazakhstan #2014AsianGames
— SwimSwam (@swimswamnews) September 23, 2014
— SPORTS.KZ (@sportskz) September 24, 2014
Swimmer of the Meet, Kosuke Hagino of Japan, is pulling victories out like the Michael Phelps of yesteryear. Lot of comparisons being made.
HAGINO KOSUKE DA REAL MVP
— D-22 (@shitxuns) September 24, 2014
— PhollowingPhelps (@PhollowinPhelps) September 24, 2014
Xinyi Chen, of China, produced a Top 3 swim on Earth in the 100 Fly.
— Natacción (@nataccion_com) September 24, 2014
Ning Zetao, of China, broke :22.00 in the 50 Free. He also blasted a :47.08 on the 4×100 Free Relay. That’s SICK!
— ปุ่นรักเอนโจ้มาก (@mapoon) September 23, 2014