According to the latest official track and field men ’s comprehensive rankings published by the World Athletics O fficial, the Asian Fly Man Xie Zhenye is currently ranked 66th among all athletes with 1378 points, while the Su Bingtian, a poor performer this year, ranked 354th with 1257 points. In the top ten Men's rankings, American players occupy a total of 5 places, and the hegemony status cannot be shaken. Xie Zhenye's five highest points currently are the Diamond League Finals Zurich Station finished second in 10.04 seconds in 100m, with 1405 points; Doha World Championships 200m finished seventh in 20.14 seconds, with 1398 points; Diamond League London Station 200m finished in 19.88 seconds, with 1379 points; Diamond League Oslo 100m finished second in 10. 01, with 1373 points; Doha Asian Championship 200m finished first in 20. 33 seconds, with 1339 points. With an average of 1,378 points, this result can only rank 66th in the world today. Because there are nearly 20 track and field Olympic events, each of which has many outstanding athletes, it is good enough for Xie Zhenye to enter top 100.
Su Bingtian currently ranks 354th with 1257 points. Because of the poor performance of this year's outdoor season, Su Bingtian only made a good score of 10. 04 seconds in the first show in Shanghai. After a rest for 3 months, he has only been around 10. 20 seconds. And Su Bingtian's was once reached around 40th in the world last year, which may be another peak for Chinese male track and field athletes after Liu Xiang retired.
Among the top ten athletes in the latest world ranking, American players occupy 5 places, and their dominant position in today's track and field can not be shaken.
The first place in the world today is American player, Lyles, who scores is 1505 points, overwhelming Norway's 400m hurdle man Walholm 1503 points. Lyles won the championship in the Diamond League finals 100m and 200m this year, and the Doha World Championship 200m finals. He also ran 19.50 seconds in Lausanne, becoming the fourth man in the 200 meters history.
Ranked second is Norwegian 400m hurdle genius, Walholm. He won all 8 matches this year and won 46.92 seconds in the Diamond League Finals, ranking second in history. The Doha World Championship was successfully defended, and he has become the first person born in 1995 or after in the world track and field.
The third place is Coleman, a hundred-meter flying man in the United States. Coleman currently has a total of 1,477 points. He won the Doha World Championships this year with an amazing result of 9.76 seconds. Even faster than Bolt of the Moscow World Championships and Beijing World Championships, the latter ran 9.77 seconds and 9.79 seconds respectively.
In fourth place is American pole vault player Kendricks with 1474 points. As the defending champion of the London World Championships, Kendricks won the Doha World Championships with a record of 5.97 seconds this year. This year, he created a 6-meter 06 record in the outdoor season and became the second man in the history of outdoor pole vault.
The top ten other players are: Wallace 1470 points fifth, Benjamin 1466 points sixth, Kipchoge 1466 points sixth, Taylor 1465 points eighth, men 1500 Jepkemoi Cheruiyot 1465 Eighth place, the Swedish discus player Stelle ranked tenth with 1464 points.
It is expected that Su Bingtian and Xie Zhenye will join the top 100 and even the top 50 together in the 2020 season.