Can the popular muscular female flyer Yuan Qiqi surpass Ge Manqi to become an Asian female flyer?
At the Hangzhou Asian Games, the Asian sports event, the Chinese team is currently ranked first in both the gold medal list and the medal table. This honor is earned by Chinese athletes through hard work. In the competitions that have been completed so far, there are many star players. For example, Yuan Qiqi, the muscular female flyer who has made the Chinese men's and men's basketball players shame in the past two days, is a typical representative of it. To be honest, before this Asian Games, Yuan Qiqi was not well known to many people, but this time her explosive muscles were really amazing. So, can this Yuan Qiqi, known as the muscular female flyer, surpass the current Chinese sprinter star Ge Manqi and eventually become the first female flying woman in Asia? In fact, judging from the current situation of Yuan Qiqi, there is only one answer.
When it comes to Yuan Qiqi, I believe that many netizens should only recognize the 27-year-old muscular female flyer this time. Indeed, in the Chinese women's sprinting world, more people are better known as Ge Manqi. As for Yuan Qiqi, except for some insiders, there are not many people who are familiar with her. In fact, Yuan Qiqi is not too young among professional athletes, born in October 1995, she is currently 27 years old.
Yuan Qiqi has a round fleshy face, in fact, if you see her for the first time, you will definitely not associate her with a sprinter. Indeed, we rarely see such a round fleshy face of a sprinter. And when you see her almost exploded muscles, you will be especially shocked. Because such muscles absolutely make the vast majority of Chinese men embarrassed, even football players with very developed leg muscles.
Yuan Qiqi actually became famous relatively early, she shook the Chinese sprinting world seven years ago by running 11.29 seconds against the wind. Not only because of her grades, but also because of her looks. Because of her good results, she was given the opportunity to represent the Chinese team at the Rio Olympics when she was less than 21 years old. But unfortunately, she did not meet everyone's expectations, not only failed to enter the 11-second mark, but even her 11.29 seconds against the wind became her current best time.
Not only that, but she went backwards year after running 11.29 seconds. Even at the 2018 Asian Games, she was directly eaten raw by her opponent in the last stick of the relay race. The scene was similar to the two days before Chinese male sprinter Chen Jiapeng ate the fourth baseman of the Japanese team. Since then, Yuan Qiqi has slowly withdrawn from the ranks of the main athletes of the Chinese team relay, and did not participate in the Tokyo Olympics. However, entering this year, Yuan Qiqi slowly regained his form, and his best time reached 11.34 seconds.
So, does she have a chance to surpass her teammates such as Ge Manqi and eventually become the first female flyer in Asia? The answer is hard, basically unlikely. From the perspective of Chinese sprinting history, after the purity of China's sports arena, only Wei Yongli has broken through the 11-second mark, and he is also the only player in China to break through the 11-second mark after the new century. As for Ge Manqi, it is also difficult for Yuan Qiqi to surpass. Ge Manqi is the 100m champion of the Xinke Asian Games and the holder of this year's Asian best time of 11.17 seconds. And Yuan Qiqi's real level should be around 11.40 seconds, which is still a little far from Ge Manqi. In addition, her current world ranking is 222nd, which is not a world-class player. Not only that, but it is also quite difficult to get the right to participate in the Paris Olympics. Because the standard line for the women's 100-meter race at the Paris Olympics is 11.07 seconds, which is still quite far.