On July 14, 2023, Chinese sprinter Ge Manqi won the bronze medal in the women's 100m final of the Asian Athletics Championships with a time of 11.40 seconds, which is really gratifying! Although Ge Manqi has not yet fully recovered to her peak form, her outstanding performance in this competition has undoubtedly brought excitement to the Chinese people, and I look forward to her creating more good results in the future and bringing glory to Asia!
In this competition, Ge Manqi's performance is really eye-catching. In the semi-finals, she successfully advanced to the final with a time of 11.42 seconds, ranking second in the group. In the final, Ge Manqi started from the fourth runway, although she was slightly behind the champion Pereira and others, she kept her rhythm of the game, played with injuries, and finally lived up to expectations and won the bronze medal!
Born in 1997, Ge Manqi is 26 years old this year, and as early as the 2013 AYG Olympics, she won the Asian championship in the 100m event at the age of 16. At the Tokyo Olympics, she represented the Chinese team with Liang Xiaojing and others, and finally finished sixth with a time of 42.71 seconds. As one of the main members of the Chinese women's relay team, Ge Manqi has always contributed to Chinese sprinting.
However, the impact of factors such as age and injuries on Ge Manqi cannot be ignored. In recent years, she has had a mediocre performance in many competitions without much breakthrough. But so far this season, Ge Manqi has achieved excellent results in the 4× 100m and 100m races. From these games, we can see that her strength and game form are gradually improving, and she is slowly returning to her peak form. We have full confidence in the young Ge Manqi and believe that she will continue to shine in the field of Asian athletics in the future!
With the World Championships and the Olympics approaching, various competitions are in full swing. It is expected that the Chinese athletes can create more achievements and win glory for the country. At the same time, we also hope that they can represent China and show the world the style of athletes. Let us cheer for the Chinese athletes and wish Chinese track and field better and better!