Other names Qian Jianmei
Residence Nanjing, CHN
License number 30051992002
|Tunis (TUNISIA), 2019-05-10||Foshan (CHINA), 2016-05-13|
|Salt Lake City (USA), 2019-12-13|
|Bangkok (THAILAND), 2018-06-17|
When and where did you begin this sport? She began fencing in 2003 in Taizhou, People's Republic of China.
Why this sport? She was identified by a coach from the local sports school because of her height and talent.
Club / Team Jiangsu Province: China
Name of coach Zhong Man [club, national], CHN; Frederick Baylac [national], FRA
Nicknames Cindy (Weibo profile, 27 May 2019)
Hobbies Drawing, watching movies, calligraphy. (sz.tznews.cn, 14 Sep 2018)
Most influential person in career Her mother, and her childhood coach Li Xiaosheng. (sz.tznews.cn, 14 Sep 2018; e.163.com, 19 Sep 2015)
Hero / Idol Chinese fencer Zhong Man. (sports.eastday.com, 20 Aug 2018)
Injuries An injury to her waist area meant she missed the 2016 National Championships in the People's Republic of China. (tznews.cn, 20 May 2016)
Awards and honours In 2017 she was named an Elite Athlete of International Class by the General Administration of Sport of China. (sport.gov.cn, 09 Feb 2017)
In 2010 she was named a Future Star of the Olympic Games by the Jiangsu Sports Bureau in the People's Republic of China. (jssports.gov.cn, 12 Apr 2011)
Ambitions To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (twoeggz.com, 22 Aug 2018)
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