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Zhongshan sprinter Su Bingtian breaks Asiad record

  Su Bingtian win his first Asiad gold in the men's 100m final on the night of August 26 (Beijing time) by setting a new Asian Games record at 9.92 seconds.
  The Zhongshan-born sprinter dropped to his knees, clenched his hands and roared excitedly after crossing the finishing line first. “It’s my first Asiad gold medal. I finally break the spell, as I didn’t win any champion title at neither Guangdong Games nor the national games. Thank my efforts, and appreciate the assistance and training from my team and the country,” Su said with excitement.

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