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Name CHENG Ming
NOC CHN - China China Date of Birth 11 FEB 1986
Residence Gender Female
Height 165 cm Weight 65 kg
Discipline Archery

Archery

Result
Date Time Event Results
Result Record
23 SEP 2014 10:00 Recurve Women's Individual Ranking Round 1348 (rank 5)
23 SEP 2014 10:00 Recurve Women's Team Ranking Round 4044 (rank 2)

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
2Recurve Individual2010Guangzhou, CHN
2Recurve Team2010Guangzhou, CHN
Olympic Games
2Recurve Team2012London, GBR
9Recurve Individual2012London, GBR
World Championships
5Recurve Team2013Antalya, TUR
9Recurve Individual2013Antalya, TUR
World Cup Final
1Recurve Individual2011Istanbul, TUR
2Recurve Individual2014Lausanne, SUI
World Cup
1Recurve Individual2011Ogden, UT, USA
2Recurve Individual2014Antalya, TUR
6Recurve Individual2012Shanghai, CHN
6Recurve Individual2011Shanghai, CHN
9Recurve Individual2014Shanghai, CHN
9Recurve Team2014Wroclaw, POL
9Recurve Individual2013Medellin, COL
9Recurve Individual2012Antalya, TUR
17Recurve Individual2014Wroclaw, POL
17Recurve Individual2013Shanghai, CHN
17Recurve Individual2011Antalya, TUR
World Ranking
10Recurve Individual2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Hobbies Music. (World Archery, 17 Jul 2012)
Occupation Athlete, Student
Higher education Jinlin Sport University, Changchun, CHN
Languages Spoken Mandarin
Coach He Ying [national], Wang Jianxin [club] (sports.sohu.com, 10 Jan 2013;cswbszb.chinajilin.com.cn, 04 Sep 2014)
Plays Right (sports.sina.com.cn, 03 Aug 2012)
Additional Information Member of national team since
2009 (sportsbl.com, 25 Nov 2010)

Start of sporting career
She started archery at age 16. (sports.cn.yahoo.com, 26 Jun 2012)

Reason for taking up this sport
Her uncle took her to training. (sports.cn.yahoo.com, 26 Jun 2012)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning a silver medal in the team event at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England. (ccty.gov.cn, 30 Jul 2012)

Most influential person in career
Coach Man Lichun. (sports.cn.yahoo.com, 26 Jun 2012)

General
CROUCHING TIGER
To prepare for the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China she was required to touch a tiger's rear at the zoo, a practice coach Tian Yulin called 'hands-on experience'. (Asiad Daily, 22 Nov 2010)

NAME
At about age 10 when she was still at primary school, her teacher decided to change her name from Cheng Cai into Cheng Ming, which means 'becoming famous'. (chinadaily.com.cn, 25 Jul 2012)

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