Fu Haifeng

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Fu Haifeng (傅海峰)

Chinese badminton player Fu Haifeng (傅海峰) was born in Jieyang, Guangdong Province on Aug 23, 1983. During the 2012 London Olympic Games, Fu and his partner Cai Yun won the men's doubles Olympic title.

Fu is a left-handed player. He joined the Guangdong Badminton Team in 1998 and was a men's single badminton player before 2002, the year he became part of China's national badminton team and began his partnership with Cai Yun. The pair won three consecutive badminton world championships in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

Major achievements:

2006:

Thomas Cup Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

Madrid Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

2007:

Sudirman Cup Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

Fu Haifeng (R) and Cai Yun

2008:

Thomas Cup Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

2009:

Sudirman Cup Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

Hyderabad Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

2010: Thomas Cup Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

Paris Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

Guangzhou Asian Games – champion in the men's doubles competition (withCai Yun);

2011:

Asian Badminton Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

Sudirman Cup Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

London Badminton World Championships – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun);

2012:

London Olympic Games – champion in the men's doubles competition (with Cai Yun).