China News Agency, Beijing, November 28. The 2021-2022 ISU Short Track Speed ​​Skating World Cup in Dordrecht, Netherlands, will be held on the 27th local time.

In the men’s 500m final, Pyeongchang Winter Olympic champion Wu Dajing won the championship strongly. This was his first World Cup championship this season. Ren Ziwei continued his excellent form and won the men’s 1500m race again after the last race. .

  Since winning the men's 500-meter short track speed skating event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Wu Dajing has become the leader of China's short track speed skating.

However, his state is not stable this season. In the World Cup 500m event, he had no results in the first three races: the Beijing final was unexpectedly out of the final due to a foul, the Japanese race failed to enter the semi-finals, and Hungary only finished fourth. .

  Wu Dajing said frankly that he was in poor condition and there were many problems in the game.

In the Dutch Grand Prix, his condition improved significantly, and his results in the group stage and semi-finals were stable at around 40 seconds.

In the final, Wu Dajing, who was in the first lane, quickly grabbed the slippery position after starting, quickly shook off his opponent and kept the lead all the way, and finally won the championship with a time of 39.878 seconds and won the first World Cup individual gold medal in the Winter Olympics season.

  In the men's 1500m final on the same day, Ren Ziwei still continued his strong play.

After the second start, Ren Ziwei was in the lead slip position from the fourth lap; two Korean players launched an impact in the sprint stage, Ren Ziwei held the lead slip position, and finally won the championship with a time of 2:20.352.

  Prior to this, Ren Ziwei won gold medals in the men's 1,000 meters in Japan and the men's 1,500 meters in Hungary, demonstrating his super strength in the middle and long distances.

Three consecutive World Cups have single gold medals, Ren Ziwei will undoubtedly be a strong gold medal for the Chinese men's team in the Beijing Winter Olympics.

  There are four matches in the World Cup this season. Judging from the current ranking, the Chinese team has won three full seats in the men's 500 meters and 1500 meters.