HUANG Xuechen

25 Feb 1990
31
Female
SHANGHAI
 
People's Republic of China
SHANGHAI
 
People's Republic of China

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
SWA Artistic Swimming Duet 2 Silver Medal
Team 2 Silver Medal

Schedule

Change
Start Time Location Event Status
Tokyo Aquatics Centre
Finished
Tokyo Aquatics Centre
Finished
Tokyo Aquatics Centre
Finished
Tokyo Aquatics Centre
Finished
Tokyo Aquatics Centre
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

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Olympic Games
YearLocationDuetTeam
2016Rio de Janeiro, BRA2nd (192.369)2nd (192.984)
2012London, GBR3rd (192.870)2nd (194.010)
2008Beijing, CHN-3rd (97.334)

World Championships
YearLocationSolo TRSolo FRDuet TRDuet FRTeam TRTeam FRFR Combination
2019Gwangju, KOR--2nd (94.007)2nd (95.766)2nd (95.154)2nd (96.033)2nd
2015Kazan, RUS-2nd (95.700)2nd (93.327)2nd (95.900)2nd (94.460)2nd2nd (96.200)
2013Barcelona, ESP2nd (95.500)2nd (95.720)-----
2011Shanghai, CHN2nd (96.500)-2nd (96.500)-2nd (96.800)2nd (96.580)2nd (96.390)
2009Rome, ITA----3rd (96.667)3rd (97.167)2nd (97.667)
2007Melbourne, VIC, AUS-7th (93.666)-----


Legend
TR - Technical Routine, FR - Free Routine, PR - Preliminary Round, X - Mixed
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Laughing Girl (eladies.sina.com.cn, 05 Aug 2012)
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Athlete
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Shanghai University of Sport , People's Republic of China
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Husband Wang Pudong, one daughter
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English, Mandarin
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Shanghai [People's Republic of China]
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Wang Jie [national], CHN
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Her husband Wang Pudong has represented the People's Republic of China in swimming, and finished fourth in the 200m butterfly at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Republic of Korea. (SportsDeskOnline, 02 Jun 2018; sohu.com, 20 Jun 2017)
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2007 for People's Republic of China, World Championships in Melbourne, Australia (info.2012.163.com, 26 Jun 2013)
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She broke one of her toes in 2007. (sports.21cn.com, 08 Aug 2012)

She has suffered from a series of wrist injuries during her career. (mt.sohu.com, 17 Aug 2016)
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2006 (kknews.cc, 20 Mar 2018)
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She began swimming in 1996, and switched to artistic swimming in 2000 in Shanghai, People's Republic of China. (k.sina.com.cn, 05 Jan 2018)
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To win a gold medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (sports.sina.com.cn, 26 Jan 2020; olympic.cn, 22 Jul 2020)
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"No pain, no gain." (Weibo profile, 15 Feb 2018)
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In 2016 she was presented with an award for her contribution to sport by the General Administration of Sport of China. (wemedia.ifeng.com, 05 Jan 2017)

In 2014 she was named Synchronised Swimmer of the Year by the International Swimming Federation [FINA]. (globaltimes.cn, 02 Dec 2014)

In 2006 she was named an Elite Athlete of National Class by the General Administration of Sport of China. (sport.gov.cn, 25 Sep 2006)
Legend
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Silver Medal
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Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
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