Netease Sports reported on October 1:
2020 National Swimming Championships and Tokyo Olympic Qualification Tournament, the fifth final day of the competition, men's 200 meters
In the men's 200-meter breaststroke final, Yan Zibei and Wang Lizhuo were almost on par in the first 50 meters, and Yan Zibei led 1.05 seconds in the first 100 meters. Yan Zibei continued to maintain his rhythm in the last 100 meters and still had an advantage of 2.42 seconds in the 150 meters. In the last 50 meters, Yan Zibei sprinted with all his strength to maintain his leading position, and finally won the championship with 2:12.14. He won another championship after the 100 meters breaststroke. Another Hubei contestant, Yu Zongda, won the runner-up with 2:14.11, Hunan Player Huang Chaosheng won the third place in 2:14.65.
In the men’s 800-meter freestyle final, Shandong star Ji Xinjie, who had previously won both the 200-meter and 400-meter freestyle championships, exerted his strength in the final stage and won the third personal championship of this championship in 7 minutes 56.91 seconds. Another Shandong player Hu Jia won the runner-up in 7:57.07, and Hubei player Zhang Ziyang ranked third in 7:58.37.
In the women's 100-meter breaststroke final, Beijing star Jing Yao was the only one who had a clear lead all the way, winning the championship with a time of 1:08.18. Henan player Zhang Xin won the runner-up at 1:09.83, and Tianjin player Zheng Muyan ranked third at 1:10.07.
In the women’s 200-meter backstroke final, Shandong teenager Wang Jiayin took the lead in the first 50 meters, but Hubei’s Peng Xuwei achieved a go-ahead at 100 meters and established an advantage of 0.57 seconds at 150 meters. In the last 50 meters, Peng Xuwei withstood the impact of Wang Jiayin and finally won the championship with 2:09.92. Wang Jiayin ranked second with 2:10.39, and Shandong player Yang Yifan ranked third with 2:13.85.
In the women's 400m freestyle final, Guangdong's Tang Muhan had a clear advantage, winning the championship with a time of 4:07.14. Two Hebei players, Ma Yonghui and Zhang Ke, ranked second and third with 4:10.20 and 4:11.36 respectively.