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Pang Qing is a Chinese pair figure skater who competed at the 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics winning a silver medal in 2010. Pang is partnered with [[Tong Jian]] who is also her fiance.
 
Pang Qing is a Chinese pair figure skater who competed at the 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics winning a silver medal in 2010. Pang is partnered with [[Tong Jian]] who is also her fiance.
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==2006 Torino==
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==2010 Vancouver==
 
==2010 Vancouver==

Latest revision as of 03:45, February 14, 2014

Pang Qing
Pang
Country China
Sport Figure skating
Best Events pair
Olympics Attended 2002; 2006; 2010; 2014
Olympic Medals Won
Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze
0 1 0
Personal Information
Nickname
Birthdate 24 December 1979
Birthplace Harbin
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.62 m)
Weight
Hometown

Pang Qing is a Chinese pair figure skater who competed at the 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics winning a silver medal in 2010. Pang is partnered with Tong Jian who is also her fiance.

2006 TorinoEdit

Results

Event Score Rank
Short 63.19 4
Free 123.48 4
Overall 186.67 4


2010 VancouverEdit

Results

Event Score Rank
Short 71.50 4
Free 141.81 1
Overall 213.31 2

The free skate score was a personal best for Pang and Tong.

2014 SochiEdit

Results

Event Score Rank
Short 73.30 4
Free 136.58 3
Overall 209.88 4

Major Competition ResultsEdit

  • Olympics: 2002-9th; 2006-4th; 2010-2nd; 2014-4th
  • World Championships: 1999-14th; 2000-15th; 2001-10th; 2002-5th; 2003-4th; 2004-3rd; 2005-4th; 2006-1st; 2007-2nd; 2008-5th; 2009-4th; 2010-1st; 2011-3rd; 2012-4th; 2013-5th
  • Chinese Championships: 1997-2nd; 1998-2nd; 1999-2nd; 2000-1st; 2001-2nd; 2002-2nd; 2004-1st; 2007-1st; 2008-2nd

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