When Wu Yanni appealed, who paid attention to what Lin Yuwei was doing? Such an athlete deserves to win a gold medal
With the women's 100m hurdles final of the Hangzhou Asian Games, Wu Yanni's name has once again rushed to the hot search!
In the final, Wu Yanni was sent off by the referee for snatching, but she insisted on complaining to the referee, claiming that the Indian players around her affected her. The referee decided to put the dispute aside for the time being and let Wu Yanni go to the match first. Then Lin Yuwei was the first to cross the finish line and won the gold medal, and Wu Yanni crossed the finish line the second time, which should logically be a silver medal. But the referee ruled after careful analysis that Wu Yanni's first run was correct, so she should not appear in the subsequent competition, and her results and medals were canceled.
A 100-meter hurdles race, the real race time is only a dozen seconds, counting the athlete entrance before the competition, the host's introduction, some celebration ceremonies after the game, full of calculations, the broadcast time will not exceed 10 minutes, right? But the match was broadcast for 19 minutes, because Wu Yanni took too long to appeal to the referee, and such an anxious and long wait would definitely affect the mentality of other players.
So when Wu Yanni was looking for a referee to appeal, did anyone notice what Lin Yuwei was doing?
The first time everyone returned to the finish line, everyone was a little overwhelmed, but Lin Yuwei, who took this opportunity to train herself again!
Then Lin Yuwei came over and comforted Wu Yanni, after all, there are two Chinese players in the final, everyone competes with each other, and they must encourage each other.
While everyone else was waiting for the result of the penalty, only Lin Yuwei was alone, running and jumping, trying to stay excited and not letting her body cool down.
It may be that the shoes are a little loose during the warm-up process, Lin Yuwei sat on the ground again, took off all the two shoes, and then carefully sorted them out, and then tied the laces.
Looking at the Japanese players and Chinese Taipei players on the other side, they kept rolling their eyes and pouting, obviously complaining that Wu Yanni had disrupted her rhythm.
When they were making these useless expressions, Lin Yuwei heard the notice that the game was about to continue, and quickly checked her shoelaces again. For other athletes, Wu Yanni's snatching and follow-up referee theory are indeed a matter that affects the mentality and rhythm, but all the participants are affected, and they are treated equally. And the most affected should be Wu Yanni herself, as well as the Indian players around her, right?
When there was an accident on the field, only Lin Yuwei was constantly warming up, finding rhythm, and checking equipment, as if she alone took the game to heart, and the other players were like spectators who bought tickets to enter the arena, eating melons at close range. While making these preparations, Lin Yuwei did not forget to comfort Wu Yanni, not only to divide the victory and defeat, but also to talk about friendship.
As the saying goes, the details determine success or failure, especially in sprinting events, a difference of 0.01 seconds is often decisive! And Lin Yuwei, who did all the details, finally won the gold medal with a personal best time of 12.74 seconds. Athletes like Lin Yuwei, I just want to say: deserve to win the gold medal!