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World University Orienteering Championships long distance race ended
At 9:36 am on July 20th, local time in Sweden, the long distance race of the World University Orienteering Championships began. Lai Jiewei, the first athlete to represent the Chinese team, set off at 10:12. He is also the best performance among the 4 Chinese male players. He completed the 11990m long distance race in 1 hour, 41 minutes and 34 seconds, which took 30 minutes and 18 seconds longer than the first place, ranking 76th; and the female In terms of the team, Yang Yang, who had the best performance, ranked only 81st. The 7660m race took 1 hour, 48 minutes and 18 seconds, which was a difference of 48 minutes and 09 seconds from the championship. There is a significant gap between the Chinese team and the strong European teams, such as Sweden, Switzerland, and Finland.