Guan Chenchen won a gold medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics at a very young age. Here is what we know about Chenchen so far.
Guan Chenchen is a Chinese artistic gymnast who won gold at her first Olympics. She is a specialist on the balance beam, and she performed a routine more complex than that of her competitors with much grace. Chenchen had the highest score of 14.633.
Chenchen made her senior debut at the 2020 Chinese National Championship. She won a gold medal in the Gymnastics Balance Beam and a bronze medal in the team event. Guan practices Women’s artistic gymnastics discipline.
Guan Chenchen Age Height Details Revealed
Guan Chenchen’s age is 16 years. Chenchen was born on September 25, 2004, in Hubei, China.
Guan’s nationality is Chinese.
Guan Chenchen’s height might be around 5 feet 3 inches tall.
The details about Chenchen’s weight are currently private.
China’s Guan Chenchen won the women’s balance beam gold medal at the Tokyo #Olympics while Simone Biles of the United States returned to action to claim bronze https://t.co/NvAHOuB7Pz pic.twitter.com/ciI7jXHTzc
— Reuters (@Reuters) August 3, 2021
Guan Chenchen started gymnastics in November 2010 in Xiantao, the People’s Republic of China, after a family member recommended her parents introduce her to the sport, reports Olympics.
Guan lives in Jingzhou, Hubei province, China, with her family. Chenchen’s ethnicity has not been revealed to the public.
Who Are Guan Chenchen Parents?
Guan Chenchen’s parents are extremely proud of their daughter’s achievements. Growing up, Guan Chenchen tried many sports before joining gymnastics.
Guan’s parents have always supported her throughout her career.
Chenchen considers US gymnast Simone Biles as her hero.
Further details about Guan’s parents, family, and background are currently private. Chenchen prefers to keep the information about her personal life away from the media.
Who Is Guan Chenchen?
Guan Chenchen is the 2020 Summer Olympic gold medalist for the balance beam.
Guan Chenchen represents the Zhejiang Province. Her head coach is Wang Qunce. In the 2019 Junior World Championships held in Gyor, Hungary, Guan and the team managed to secure a silver medal in the team event.
Guan competed in the Chinese Junior National Championships in 2017, and she was placed third among the 2003-2004 born competitors, reports The Gymternet.
Guan Chenchen scores a 14.633 (6.6 D) for a shakier routine than in Qualifications, but good enough for GOLD!!!!! https://t.co/Ed3v8Yw4o8
— Poor Lawyer (@poorlawyer) August 3, 2021
She has participated in several competitions and events including Chinese Championships, Junior National Championships, National Youth Games, City of Jesolo Trophy, National Championships, and Olympic Games.
Chenchen was selected to represent China as an individual athlete at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
In 2018, Guan was honored with the title of Master of Sport by the General Administration of Sport of China.