Type of Impairment
Origin of Impairment
Further personal information
English - Chengdu Institute Sichuan International Studies University: China
Sport specific information
When and where did you begin this sport?
She took up the sport in 2013 in Deyang, People's Republic of China.
Why this sport?
Her parents enrolled her in a swimming course as treatment for her impairment. As she progressed she saw the sport as a way of being able to travel and expand her horizons.
Club / Team
Sichuan Province: China
Name of coach
Xiong Fei, CHN
She trains for two hours in the morning and another one to two hours in the afternoon every day.
Flying Fish (sports.qq.com, 16 Sep 2016)
Reading, singing. (Athlete, 12 Sep 2019)
Memorable sporting achievement
Winning silver in the S4 50m backstroke at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (Athlete, 12 Sep 2019)
Most influential person in career
Her mother. (12 Sep 2019)
Hero / Idol
Chinese swimmer Fu Yuanhui. (Athlete, 12 Sep 2019)
Sporting philosophy / motto
"Sport is the source of happiness." (Athlete, 03 Dec 2017)
To win gold at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo, and to compete at the 2021 National Games for Persons with Disabilities in Shaanxi province, People's Republic of China. (dy.163.com, 29 Nov 2018; sohu.com, 21 Sep 2020)
She has cerebral palsy as the result of a lack of oxygen during birth. (Athlete, 12 Sep 2019)
|Women's 150 m Individual Medley SM4||Heat 2||2016-09-12||2|
|Women's 150 m Individual Medley SM4||Final Round||2016-09-12||3|
|Women's 50 m Breaststroke SB3||Heat 1||2016-09-14||3|
|Women's 50 m Breaststroke SB3||Final Round||2016-09-14||7|
|Women's 50 m Backstroke S4||Heat 2||2016-09-16||2|
|Women's 50 m Backstroke S4||Final Round||2016-09-16||2|
|Women's 50 m Freestyle S4||Heat 2||2016-09-17||5|
|Women's 50 m Backstroke S4||Final 1||2017-12-03||3|
|Women's 50 m Breaststroke SB3||Final 1||2017-12-05||4|
|Women's 50 m Freestyle S4||Final 1||2017-12-06||5|
|Women's 150 m Individual Medley SM4||Final 1||2017-12-07||3|