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szdaily -> Sports
Su wins 100m at Shanghai Diamond League
    2017-May-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    CHINA’S top sprinter Su Bingtian stormed to win the men’s 100m race, and world silver medalist Gong Lijiao scored a convincing victory in women’s shot put at the 2017 Shanghai Diamond League on Saturday.

    Double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson won the women’s 100m in a world leading time.

    Su ran his season’s best time of 10.09 seconds to win the men’s 100m to send the home spectators into ecstasy, although it was not a points-scoring event in the second stop of the prestigious league.

    “I ran faster than I had expected,” said Su, 27, who was the first Chinese to reach the world men’s 100m final in 2015 Beijing World Championships.

    “Since the London World Championships is still months away, I will not think too much about it now and just hone my skills and keep a steady form,” said Su.

    Earlier, world silver medalist Gong Lijiao scored a convincing victory of 19.46 meters in the women’s shot put, the opening event of the night.

    A throw of 19.29m in the fifth round was enough for the 28-year-old Chinese to clinch her third gold in Shanghai, but she went on to hurl her winning mark of 19.46 meters in the sixth round to demonstrate her dominance. (SD-Agencies)

 

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