CCTV News:In the men’s swimming field of Rio Olympic Games, we are used to this painting style:
Eight-pack ABS and a faint mermaid line … …
No one can resist the power of the perfect figure.
Australian star McEvoy
Phelps of Rio 2016 Olympic Games
"Youth Invincible Edition" of Philippine Fish and Rochet are poisonous after watching … …
However, in the 100-meter freestyle preliminaries, a "belly brother" broke this style of painting.
His name is Robel Kiros Habte, and he is 24 years old and comes from Ethiopia.
Yes, 24 years old!
According to official data, gabit is 1.76 meters tall and weighs 81 kilograms.
This height and weight are really grounded. Many netizens said: "I feel that I can compete."
Like us, he only has one abdominal muscle.
Gabit took part in the men’s 100m freestyle.
Take off and take off without falling in the wind ~
Then, file out gracefully ~
However … … Swim a little slow … …
Gabit finished the race almost half a pool behind others in the preliminaries … … The score was 1 minute 04.95 seconds, and he was the only player who took more than 1 minute, ranking 59 th overall.
However, when he reached the finish line, he got the warmest applause from the audience.
Gabit told reporters that this is his first time to participate in the Olympic Games, and he had never even seen a 50-meter regular competition swimming pool before the competition. He was very happy to be here. He said that his personal best time was 59.08 seconds. Although he didn’t play well this time, he really tried his best in this field.
"I am the only professional swimmer in our country. This is not surprising, because Ethiopia is a traditional long-distance running power, and people just want to be a long-distance runner. But I have a soft spot for swimming. What I always thought was to be different from others. "
It doesn’t matter where my destination is, what matters is that I’m here!
In the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, Eric Sabani of Equatorial Guinea competed.
History is always strikingly similar. The appearance of gabit made Xiao Bian suddenly think of another athlete from Africa, Eric MSabani of Equatorial Guinea. He also participated in the 100-meter freestyle preliminaries at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, and finally he finished the race with a time of 1 minute 52.72 seconds, just like gabit’s experience. Unlike gabit, Tim Sabani is not a professional swimmer. He only started swimming nine months before the Sydney Olympic Games.
How did you get into the Olympic Games with such a bloated figure?
Gabit’s Olympic spirit is praiseworthy, but many netizens may ask, "Why did he qualify for the Rio Olympic Games? How did he get in when he swam so slowly? "
Because of the "wild card". Every session of the International Olympic Committee will issue "wild card" players to countries with underdeveloped sports. The quota system is determined to ensure that some countries can be represented in some backward projects and show the spirit of modern Olympics. These players obviously don’t have the strength to compete for gold and silver at all, but every year their persistence and love for the project touched a group of audiences.
So, as long as you finish the game, you are good!