Wang Hao

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Wang Hao (table tennis player)

Wang Hao wins the men's team title at the London Olympic Games.

Wang Hao (王皓) is a top player on the Chinese men's table tennis team. He won three consecutive silver medals in the Athens Olympics, Beijing Olympics and London Olympic Games. He is also a member of the Chinese team that won the men's team title in the Beijing Olympics and London Olympic Games.

Wang announced retirement on Dec. 22,2014.

Born in Changchun, Jilin Province on Dec. 1, 1983, Wang began to play ping-pong in 1990. He joined the Chinese table tennis team's second team in 1998 and gained a place on the first team in 2000. As a right-handed pen-hold gripper, Wang's performance is characterized by fast movement and sound attack.

Major achievements:

2004:

Men's singles champion at the Asian Table Tennis Championships;

Men's singles runner-up at the Athens Olympic Games;

2005:

Men's singles champion at the Asian Cup;

Men's team champion at the Asian Table Tennis Championships;

Men's singles runner-up at the Table Tennis World Cup;

2006:

Men's singles champion at the Asian Cup;

Men's team champion at the Bremen World Table Tennis Championships;

Men's singles champion and team champion at Doha Asian Games;

Men's singles runner-up at the Table Tennis World Cup;

Wang Hao wins the silver medal at the London Olympic Games.

2007:

Men's singles, doubles and team champion at the Asian Table Tennis Championships;

Men's singles champion and doubles champion (with Chen Qi) at the China Open;

Men's singles champion and team champion at the Table Tennis World Cup;

Men's singles champion and team champion at the National Table Tennis Championships;

2008:

Men's team champion at the Guanghzhou World Table Tennis Championships;

Men's singles runner-up and men's team champion at Beijing Olympic Games;

Men's doubles champion and singles runner-up at the National Table Tennis Championships;

Men's singles champion at the Table Tennis World Cup;

2009:

Men's singles champion, men's doubles champion (with Chen Qi) and team champion at the Yokohama World Table Tennis Championships;

Men's singles runner-up at the Asian Cup;

Men's singles champion and team champion at the 11th National Games;

Men's team champion at the 5th East Asia Games (Hong Kong);

2010:

Men's doubles champion at the UAE Open (with Ma Lin);

Men's singles runner-up at the German Open;

Men's team champion at the Moscow World Team Table Tennis Championships;

Men's singles champion at the Table Tennis World Cup;

Men's singles runner-up, men's doubles champion (with Zhang Jike) and men's team champion at the Guangzhou Asian Games;

2011:

Men's singles champion at the UAE Open;

Men's singles runner-up at the Rotterdam World Table Tennis Championships;

Men's doubles champion at the Austria Open (with Ma Long);

Men's doubles champion at the National Table Tennis Championships (with Ma Lin);

Men's singles runner-up and men's team champion at the Paris Table Tennis World Cup;

2012:

Men's singles runner-up at the Qatar Open;

Men's team champion at the Asian Table Tennis Championships;

Men's team champion at the Dortmund World Table Tennis Championships;

Men's doubles runner-up at the South Korea Open (with Zhang Jike);

Men's doubles runner-up at the China Open (with Ma Long);

Men's singles runner-up and men's team champion at the London Olympic Games.

Wang Hao (diver)

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Wang Hao (汪皓) is a diver on the Chinese national team. She was born in Tianjin in December, 1992. She won the women’s 10m synchronized platform at the London Olympics with Chen Ruolin.

The following are Wang’s major achievements between 2008 and 2012:

2008:

Women’s 10m platform and 10m synchronized platform champion at the FINA Diving Series in Madrid.

2009:

Women’s 10m platform and 10m synchronized platform champion at the East Asian Games

2010:

Women’s 10m synchronized platform champion at the FINA Diving Series in Qingdao and Mexico.

Women’s 10m synchronized platform champion at the Diving World Cup.

Women’s 10m synchronized platform and second place in women’s 10m platform champion at the Guangzhou Asian Games

2011:

Women’s 10m synchronized platform champion at the FINA Diving Series in Moscow, Beijing and Britain

Women’s 10m synchronized platform and second place in 10m platform champion at the FINA Diving Series in Mexico.

Women’s 10m synchronized platform champion at the World Aquatics Championships in Shanghai

2012:

Women’s 10m synchronized platform champion at the 18th FINA World Cup

Women’s 10m synchronized platform champion at the FINA Diving Series in Dubai.

Women’s 10m synchronized platform champion at the FINA Diving Series in Mexico.

Women’s 10m synchronized platform champion at the London Olympics.