19-year-old boy Yu Hexin updated the Asian record for men’s 50m butterfly in 23 seconds and 37

19-year-old boy Yu Hexin updated the Asian record for the men’s 50m butterfly in 23 seconds and 37 seconds
Ye Shiwen did not perform well, but a newcomer brought surprises last night.  Last night, in the men’s 50m butterfly stroke contest, 19-year-old Guangdong boy Yu Hexin won the championship with a score of 23 seconds and 37, and set a new Asian record for the project.For the Air Force, the Asian record for the project was 23 seconds and 43, which was maintained by Yu Hexin’s Guangdong brother Zhou Jiawei.  The game of his main event has not yet started, and Yu Hexin fulfilled his record-breaking rhetoric in his sub-item.For a player who focuses on freestyle, he can break the Asian record in the secondary butterfly stroke, further illustrating Yu Hexin’s superior ability and talent.  In fact, I said that it has been a year since I broke the record. At the Youth Olympics a year ago, I said that I wanted to break the record.Fortunately, I took the opportunity today.Speaking of the record-breaking topic after the game, Yu Hexin was not very excited by chance.In his view, he should have broken this record earlier.Moreover, the 50-meter butterfly swimming is not an Olympic event, so Yu Hexin said that there is nothing worth exciting for breaking the Asian record for this event.(Reporter Zhang Yan)