Su Bingtian of China crosses the 100m finish line behind US sprinters Ronnie Baker and Fred Kerley, at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 1. Photo: Reuters Su Bingtian of China crosses the 100m finish line behind US sprinters Ronnie Baker and Fred Kerley, at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 1. Photo: Reuters
Su Bingtian of China crosses the 100m finish line behind US sprinters Ronnie Baker and Fred Kerley, at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 1. Photo: Reuters

Chinese sprinter Su Bingtian challenges ‘gene theory’ on Olympic track

  • Su Bingtian made history by entering the 100m men’s final, becoming first Chinese to do so
  • Sports science theory prominent in China came under fire as Su progressed steadily in international competitions

Topic |   China science
Su Bingtian of China crosses the 100m finish line behind US sprinters Ronnie Baker and Fred Kerley, at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 1. Photo: Reuters Su Bingtian of China crosses the 100m finish line behind US sprinters Ronnie Baker and Fred Kerley, at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 1. Photo: Reuters
Su Bingtian of China crosses the 100m finish line behind US sprinters Ronnie Baker and Fred Kerley, at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 1. Photo: Reuters
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