Type of Impairment
Origin of Impairment
Further personal information
Coaching - Chinese Culture University: Chinese Taipei
Sport specific information
When and where did you begin this sport?
She took up the sport at age 16 in Taichung, Chinese Taipei.
Why this sport?
She played basketball at school but could not continue due to her vision impairment. The athletics coach at her high school noticed that she had a good physique for the sport. She followed the coach's advice and took up Para athletics.
Listening to music. (Athlete, 06 Nov 2019)
Memorable sporting achievement
Winning bronze in the T13 100m at the 2010 Asian Para Games in Guangzhou, People's Republic of China. (Athlete, 06 Nov 2019)
Most influential person in career
Coach Chang Fu-Sheng. (Athlete, 06 Nov 2019)
She had a lower back injury prior to the 2010 Asian Para Games in Guangzhou, People's Republic of China. (sportsv.net, 18 Sep 2020)
Sporting philosophy / motto
"Sport is the most important cause to which I could dedicate myself." (yam.com, 14 Oct 2012)
To compete at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo, and to become a coach after she retires from the sport. (Tzu Chi DaAiVideo YouTube channel, 20 Apr 2019; cna.com.tw, 19 Sep 2016)
A congenital macular lesion caused her visual impairment when she was in primary school. (epaper.edu.tw, 13 Aug 2015)
|Women's Javelin F12/13||Final Round||2012-09-02||5|
|Women's 100 m T13||Heat 2||2012-09-05||6|
|Women's Javelin F12/13||Final 1||2013-07-25||3|
|Women's Javelin F13||Final 1||2015-10-27||5|
|Women's Discus Throw F12||Final 1||2015-10-29||6|
|Women's Shot Put F12||Final Round||2016-09-14||10|
|Women's Javelin F13||Final Round||2016-09-17||5|
|Women's Javelin F13||Final 1||2017-07-17||4|
|Women's Discus Throw F12||Final 1||2017-07-21||7|