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Jump to: navigation, search Olympic medal record Women's Diving Silver Sydney 2000 Synchronised Springboard Silver Sydney 2000 Springboard Gold Athens 2004 Synchronised Springboard Gold Athens 2004 Springboard Guo Jingjing (Chinese: 郭晶晶; pinyin: Guō Jīngjīng) (born 1981) is an athlete from the People's Republic of China. She competes in diving.
Contents [hide] 1 Career2 Personal Life3 Major achievements4 External link
 Career Born in Baoding, Hebei province, on October 15, 1981, she started training in competitive diving in 1988. She took up diving when she was six-years-old at the Baoding Training Base. In 1992, she was selected to dive for the Chinese national team. Her current coach is Zhong Shaozhen.
Guo represented China at the 2004 Summer Olympics, earning a gold medal in the 3 metre women's synchronized springboard along with Wu Minxia before finally winning her first individual Olympic gold in the 3 metre women's springboard. She is the leading member of the Chinese national women's diving team after Fu Mingxia. Currently her goal is to win medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. She also announced on November 23, 2006 that she would retire following the 2008 Olympic Games.
 Personal Life
Guo interviewed by Ronald McDonald Guo has been signed up by McDonald's, though insiders have claimed she was cautioned for having too many advertising contracts and exposure since her Olympic win.
Guo's off-the-board affairs after the Summer Olympics have been the subject of scrutiny in Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong media outlets. She is reputed to be the girlfriend of Chinese diver Tian Liang, although it is a relationship she neither admits nor denies.
Guo made entertainment headlines with a paparazzi shot of her dining with Kenneth Fok Kai-kong, the playboy grandson of the Hong Kong business tycoon Henry Fok. This time, Guo didn't deny the relationship, and has been photographed many times with Kenneth Fok in public. Most recent rumor mentioned that Fok has purchased an apartment in Bejing in October 2006 and given it to Guo as a gift.
 Major achievements 1995 World Cup – 1st Team/Mixed Team, Synchronized Platform, 3m Synchronized Springboard1996 Olympic Games – 5th Platform1998 World Championships – 2nd 3m Springboard1999 World Cup – 1st Mixed Team, 3m Synchronized Springboard; 3rd 3m Springboard2000 World Cup – 1st Team/Mixed Team, 3m Springboard; 2nd 3m Synchronized Springboard2000 Olympic Games – 2nd 3m Springboard/Synchronized Springboard2001 National Games – 1st 1m/3m Springboard2001 World Championships – 1st 3m Springboard/Synchronized Springboard2002 National Champions Tournament – 1st 1m/3m Springboard2002 World Cup – 1st 1m/3m Springboard; 2nd 3m Synchronized Springboard2002 National Championships – 1st 3m Springboard2002 Asian Games – 1st 3m Springboard/Synchronized Springboard2003 Fina Diving Grand Prix (Australia/China) – 1st 3m Springboard/Synchronized Springboard2003 World Championships – 1st 3m Springboard/Synchronized Springboard2004 World Cup – 1st 3m Synchronized Springboard; 2nd 3m Springboard2004 Olympic Games – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard2006 Asian Games – 1st 3m Synchronized Springboard2007 World Championships – 1st 3m Springboard
 External link China Daily
- 1 十年前
Born in Baoding, Hebei province, on October 15, 1981, she started training in competitive diving in 1988. In 1992, she was selected to dive for the Chinese national team.
Guo represented China at the 2004 Summer Olympics, earning a gold medal in the 3 metre women's synchronized springboard along with Wu Minxia before finally winning her first individual Olympic gold in the 3 metre women's springboard. She's the leading member of the Chinese national women's diving team after Fu Mingxia.
Jingjing interviewed by Ronald McDonaldGuo has been signed up by McDonald's, though insiders have claimed she was cautioned for having too many advertising contracts and exposure since her Olympic win.
Higher education Sports Training - Beijing University of Physical Education: Beijing, China When and where did you begin this sport? She took up diving when she was six-years-old at the Baoding Training Base. Why this sport? "My body was right for diving, that's why I was picked." Name of coach Zhong Shaozhen Preferred position / style / stance / technique "The 1m springboard is not what I'm best at. Three-meter springboard is better for me." Nicknames "Sword Master Guo" because of her boldness and willingness to try new moves. (goactive.com 15/01/06) Hobbies She enjoys listening to music, reading and shopping. (Athlete 14/01/00) Most influential person in career Her parents. (Athlete 14/01/00) Awards and honours She accepted an invitation to be a 'Volunteer Ambassador' for the 2005 East Asian Games in Macau. (People's Daily 30/10/04) Ambitions "I am very serious about winning medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. There is no more time for partying. We must continue to train hard." (CNN 16/11/05) Other information RETIREMENT Announced ON 23 November, 2006 that she would retire following the 2008 Olympic Games IN Beijing. "I will retire after that Beijing Olympics. That's for sure. After 20 years in this sport, it's very difficult. It's time to leave no matter how much you love it," she told Chinese media. "To finish my career at home in 2008 is something very, very significant and emotional." (Xinhua 25/11/06) Major Achievements Explanation Competition Highlights explanation The following results are generally included in the competition highlights fields for Diving. There can be small discrepancies for some sports due to the lack of sources for certain results.
Results in Last Asian Cycle: - Top 12 at 2002 Asian Games, 2004 Olympic Games and World Championships - Top 12 at Asian Championships - Top 12 in Regional Asian Games - Top 3 at Grand Prix competitions
Historical Results (before AG 2002): - Top 3 at Asian Games, Olympic Games and World Championships