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Name SHI Tingmao
NOC CHN - China China Date of Birth 31 AUG 1991
Residence Gender Female
Height 159 cm Weight 51 kg
Discipline Diving

Diving

Result
Date Time Event Rank Points Remarks
01 OCT 2014 14 : 00 Women's 1m Springboard Final 1 308.45 GoldMedal
29 SEP 2014 14 : 00 Women's Synchronised 3m Springboard Final 1 318.60

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocationResult
Asian Games
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2010Guangzhou, CHN315.60
23m Springboard2010Guangzhou, CHN359.90
World Championships
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2013Barcelona, ESP338.40
11m Springboard2011Shanghai, CHN318.65
Grand Prix
13m Springboard2011Rostock, GER369.90
World Series
13m Springboard2014Monterrey, MEX369.90
13m Springboard2014Windsor, ON, CAN398.45
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2014Moscow, RUS330.90
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2014London, GBR332.40
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2014Dubai, UAE335.40
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2014Beijing, CHN330.60
13m Springboard2013Moscow, RUS376.05
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2013Moscow, RUS339.00
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2013Edinburgh, GBR332.10
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2013Beijing, CHN336.60
23m Springboard2013Edinburgh, GBR374.25
World Cup
13m Springboard2014Shanghai, CHN383.40
1Synchronised 3m Springboard2014Shanghai, CHN340.50

Detailed Information

Biography
Nickname Sister Mao (sports.sina.com.cn, 02 Aug 2013)
Hobbies Surfing the internet, listening to the music. (chinanews.com, 19 Jul 2011)
Occupation Athlete
Higher education Sport Studies - Southwestern University, Chongqing, CHN
Club Chongqing Diving Team, China
Coach Liu Ben (CHN) (sports.sina.com.cn, 02 Sep 2013)
International debut 2011 for China, Grand Prix (Rostock) (sports.qq.com, 14 Jul 2011)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She began professional training in 2003 in Chongqing, China (sports.sina.com.cn, 26 Aug 2013)

Reason for taking up this sport
She was noticed by a gymnastics coach when she was in kindergarten and then she turned to diving after practising gymnastics for five years. (chinanews.com, 19 Jul 2011)

Ambitions
To compete at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (sports.sina.com.cn, 02 Sep 2013)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning the gold medal in the 1m springboard at the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai, China. (univs.cn, 19 Sep 2011)

Hero
Chinese diver Guo Jingjing. (roll.sohu.com, 06 Mar 2012)

General
NATIONAL FIRST
In 2011 she became the first Chinese diver to become world champion without being part of the national team's training programme. Her training prior to the 2011 World Championship in Shanghai, China had been done at her local club. In 2012 she was promoted to the national training programme, where she will concentrate on the 3m events, with the aim of competing at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (news.163.com, 24 Oct 2012)

NAME CHANGE
Her father changed her name from Shi Tingting at the age of nine. He removed the second "ting" as in Chinese it means stagnation. He added "mao" on the end of her name as it is an uncommon word the means hard work. (sports.qq.com, 23 Nov 2009)

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