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Chang Ming-Huang in 2012
|Nationality||Republic of China|
|Born||7 August 1982|
|Height||1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||140 kg (310 lb)|
|Updated on 15 August 2012.|
He has been focusing on shot put only since 2006. He trained in National College of Physical Education during his university study in Taiwan. He also has trained in China for a period. He has trained with Werner Goldmann in Berlin from June 2007 until 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
He has been training with Donald Babbitt in Athens, GA, USA, since Feb 2010. His personal best shot-put throw is 20.58 metres, achieved in Aug 2011 in Athens, Georgia, USA. This is the national record in Taiwan. This performance qualified him for the 2012 London Olympic Games (standard A).
On 3 August 2012, Ming-Huang threw 20.25 meters in the qualification round of the Men's Shot-Put at the London Olympic Games and became the 2nd Asian athlete to get into the final in the history of the event. Later in the evening, he threw 19.99 meters and was ranked 12th in the final.
Ming-Huang is also employed by National Taiwan University of Physical Education and Sport as a throwing coach.
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