Cheng Fei was born on May 28, 1988 in Huangshi, Hubei Province. She began gymnastics at the age of six, and by the age of ten, she was invited to join the Hubei provincial team. In late 2001, she was accepted to the National Team. Her coaches are Lu Shanzhen and Liu Qunlin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cheng Fei"
Fan Ye was born on October 23, 1986 in Hebei, China. She is a Chinese gymnast who is coached by Liu Guicheng and He Hua in Beijing. She admires fellow Chinese gymnast Liu Xuan and Russian gymnast Svetlana Khorkina for the longevity of their involvement in the sport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fan Ye"
Kui YuanYuan is a Chinese Gymnast born on June 23, 1981. She is strong on 3 events: Balance Beam, Floor Exercise and Vault. She participated in Two Olympic Games, Two World Championships and qualified for the 1998 World Cup Final. Kui shocked everyone when she became the 1996 World Champion on floor excercise. After her unexpected win she competed at the 1996 Olympics, finishing 4th with her team. Soon she won two bronze medals at the 1997 Worlds with her team and on the balance beam. In 1997 she became the All Around National Games Champion. Following her successful year in 1997, Kui won 2 gold medals at the 1998 Asian Games and two medals at the World Cup Final. In 1999 Kui had an injury and could not compete. She had to miss the 1999 World Championships. She recovered in time for the 2000 Olympics, but injured herself on Vault during preliminaries and could not compete during the team finals. Her team finished 3rd in the end. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kui YuanYuan"
Li Ning ( Simplified Chinese: 李宁; Pinyin: Lǐ Níng; born September 8 1963 in Liuzhou) is a famous Chinese gymnast and entrepreneur. ...more on Wikipedia about "Li Ning"
Li Xiaopeng ( Simplified Chinese: 李小鹏; Pinyin: Lǐ Xiǎopéng) (born July 27, 1981 in Changsha) is a Chinese gymnast. He won two gold medals at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. His favourite event is the parallel bars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Li Xiaopeng (gymnast)"
Li Ya is a Chinese gymnast born on June 13, 1988 in Anhui Province. Li Ya is an uneven bars and balance beam specialist. Li Ya is the 2004 National Champion on the uneven bars as well as the 2004 National All Around Silver Medalist. She had a lot of success in the 2004 World Cup Circuit despite a bad showing at the 2004 Olympics. She won the Uneven Bars title at the Glasgow and Ghent World Cup Qualifiers. She also won a bronze medal at the 2004 Glasgow World Cup Qualifier. In December 2004 Li Ya qualified to the World Cup Final in Birmingham. She was the most successful Chinese female gymnast at the World Cup Final. She won a bronze medal on the uneven bars and a silver medal on the balance beam. ...more on Wikipedia about "Li Ya"
Lin Li is a Chinese gymnast who specializes on the Uneven Bars. She was born on January 28, 1986 in Guizhou, China. Lin Li started gymnastics when she entered elementary school in 1993. By 2002, Lin Li was selected for the National Team. Since joining the national team, Lin has competed at many prestigious championships such as the 2003 World Championships, 2004 Olympics and 2004 World Cup Final. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lin Li"
Ling Zhong (born October 30th, 1983 in Guangxi Province, China) is one of China's most successful individual rhythmic gymnasts. She started rhythmic gymnastics in 1991 and her first international event was in 1995. She trains at the Beijing Sports University. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ling Zhong"
(Liu Xuan) This article is about the contemporary Chinese gymnast. For the Han Dynasty emperor, see Emperor Gengshi of Han. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liu Xuan"
(Teng Haibin) Téng Hǎibīn ( Simplified Chinese: 滕海滨; born January 2, 1985) is a gymnast from Beijing, China. He is a Two Time World Champion as well as an Olympic gold medalist on the pommel horse. He cost his team a bronze medal at the 2004 Olympics with multiple falls on every apparatus. He and Xiao Qin are considered personal favorites of Head Coach Huang YuBin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Teng Haibin"
Wang Tiantian was born on February 14, 1986 in Tianjin, China. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wang Tiantian"
Xiao Qin was born on January 1st, 1985 in China. He is a Chinese Gymnast. He specializes on the Horizontal Bar and Parallel Bars, but is best known for his work on the pommel horse. He is the 2005 World Champion, 2005 10th Chinese National Games Champion 2004 World Cup Final Champion, 2005 East Asian Game Champion and Five-time National Champion (2001-2005) on the pommel horse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Xiao Qin"
Yang Bo is a Chinese Gymnast. She is known for her work on the balance beam for which she created a move known as the "Yang Bo". She competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics. Her greatest accomplishments in gymnastics include winning the 1990 World Cup Final on Balance Beam and winning the bronze medal with her team at the 1989 World Championship. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yang Bo"
Yang Wei ( Simplified Chinese: 杨威, pinyin: Yáng Wēi) (born February 8 1980 in Xiantao, Hubei province) is a male gymnast from China. He earned a silver medal in the 2000 Summer Olympics behind the great Alexei Nemov as well as a gold medal with his team. In 2003 he won the gold medal with his team and silver medal in the All Around Competition at the 2003 World Championship. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yang Wei (gymnast)"
Zhang Nan is a Chinese Gymnast. She was born on April 30, 1986 in Guizhou, China. Zhang Nan is one of the most accomplished gymnasts on the National Team along with Fan Ye and Li Ya. Zhang Nan won four gold medals at the 2002 East Asian Games (Uneven Bars, Team,Floor, All Around) and the 2003 Asian Championship (Balance Beam, Floor, All Around, Team). She became China's first World All Around medalist by winning the bronze medal at the 2003 World Championship. Zhang Nan also won a controversial bronze medal in the All Around at the 2004 Olympics over Anna Pavlova. She is also a silver medalist on Floor at the 2002 World Cup Final. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zhang Nan"
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