Athletics at the 1997 National Games of China

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Athletics at the 8th National Games of China
Host city Shanghai, PR China China
Date(s) 17–23 October 1997

At the 8th National Games of the People's Republic of China, the athletics events were held in Shanghai in October 1997.

These games were marred by numerous doping affairs.[1]

Guangxi runners Chen Xuehui (the 800m silver medalist), Jiang Limei (the 400m hurdles champion) and Peng Yinghua (the 400m hurdles silver medalist) were later disqualified for doping. Sichuan long jumper Xiong Qiying, the long jump event winner, was also tested positive.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Zhou Wei
Jiangxi
10.22 Chen Wenzhong
Guangxi
10.24 Wei Gong
Guangxi
10.27
200 metres Zhou Wei
Jiangxi
20.55 Han Chaoming
Guangdong
20.64 Yin Hanzhao
Guangdong
20.65
400 metres Han Chaoming
Guangdong
45.46 NR Xu Zizhou
Guangdong
46.01 NYR Hao Jianlin
Hebei
46.14
800 metres Song Mingyou
Shandong
1:49.35 Bai Wentao
Heilongjiang
1:49.83 Zhang Yi
People's Liberation Army
1:50.1
1500 metres Song Mingyou
Shandong
3:36.54 Gao Shuai
Liaoning
3:37.41 Song Weizeng
Liaoning
3:38.03
5000 metres Xia Fengyuan
Shandong
13:25.14 Sun Ripeng
Liaoning
13:28.17 Cao Changhai
Shandong
13:45.20
10,000 metres Xia Fengyuan
Shandong
28:17.71 Li Aiguo
Liaoning
28:18.66 Cao Changhai
Shandong
28:19.46
110 metres hurdles Chen Yanhao
Shanghai
13.41 Li Tong
Beijing
13.64 Li Qiang
Sichuan
13.72
400 metres hurdles Gao Yonghong
Shandong
49.34 NR Du Yuechun
Anhui
49.58 Jiang Xuezhou
Fujian
50.04
3000 metre steeplechase Sun Ripeng
Liaoning
8:10.46 NR Li Changzhong
Guizhou
8:17.97 Sun Weili
Shandong
8:29.57
4 × 100 metres relay Guangdong
Liang Keng
Leng Haodong
Yin Hanzhao
Han Chaoming
39.23 Guangxi
39.52 Shanghai
39.61
4 × 400 metres relay Guangdong
Zheng Guanzhen
Lu Bing
Xu Zizhou
Han Chaoming
3:04.89 Hebei
3:05.70 Jiangsu
3:08.02
Marathon Hu Gangjun
Inner Mongolia
2:09:18 Hao Lijun
Inner Mongolia
2:13:25 Meng Xianhui
Railways
2:13:25
20 km race walk Li Zewen
Yunnan
1:20:46 Tan Mingjun
Shaanxi
1:21:24 Chen Shaoguo
Yunnan
1:23:23
50 km race walk Zou Menghui
Shandong
3:48:12 Tan Mingjun
Shaanxi
3:50:36 Ma Hongye
Hebei
3:55:42
High jump Niu Jian
Shanghai
2.28 m Tao Rui
Shanghai
2.28 m Bi Hongyong
Shandong
2.25 m
Pole vault Xu Gang
Shandong
5.50 m Zhang Hongwei
People's Liberation Army
5.30 m Ge Yun
Shandong
5.30 m
Long jump Huang Geng
Henan
8.05 m Wen Yutao
Sichuan
8.04 m Huang Le
People's Liberation Army
8.03 m
Triple jump Lao Jianfeng
Guangdong
16.90 m Duan Qifeng
Hebei
16.89 m Zou Sixin
Hunan
16.68 m
Shot put Wen Jili
People's Liberation Army
19.46 m Liu Hao
Beijing
18.96 m Li Wenkui
Beijing
18.75 m
Discus throw Yu Wenge
Hunan
62.70 m Li Shaojie
Shandong
62.52 m Zhang Cunbiao
Hebei
61.14 m
Hammer throw Bi Zhong
Jiangxi
71.26 m Chong Changqing
Liaoning
71.24 m Chen Zhichong
Sichuan
69.36 m
Javelin throw Gao Wenxu
Shanxi
81.74 m Miao Lianjing
Shandong
75.70 m Li Rongxiang
Zhejiang
74.36 m
Decathlon Du Xiaopeng
People's Liberation Army
7875 pts Song Shulin
Liaoning
7797 pts Guo Zhengrong
Sichuan
7593 pts

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Li Xuemei
Sichuan
10.79 AR Liu Xiaomei
Sichuan
10.89 Tian Yumei
Guangxi
11.06
200 metres Li Xuemei
Sichuan
22.01 AR Liu Xiaomei
Sichuan
22.36 Du Xiujie
Guangdong
22.56
400 metres Li Jing
Liaoning
50.01 WYR Du Xiujie
Guangdong
50.87 Chen Yuxiang
Shandong
51.15
800 metres Lang Yinglai
Liaoning
1:57.62 Lin Na
Liaoning
1:58.16 Zhang Jian
Beijing
1:58.98
1500 metres Jiang Bo
Liaoning
3:50.98 Lang Yinglai
Liaoning
3:51.34 WJR Yin Lili
Liaoning
3:53.91
5000 metres Jiang Bo
Liaoning
14:28.09 WR Dong Yanmei
Liaoning
14:29.82 Liu Shixiang
Shandong
14:38.14
10,000 metres Dong Yanmei
Liaoning
30:38.09 Lan Lixin
Liaoning
30:39.41 Yin Lili
Liaoning
30:39.98
100 metres hurdles Zeng Yan
Sichuan
12.74 Liu Jing
Sichuan
12.76 Zhang Yu
Tianjin
12.84
400 metres hurdles Jiang Limei
Guangxi
53.38 AR Peng Yinghua
Guangxi
54.54 † Li Rui
Hebei
54.93 WJR
4 × 100 metres relay Sichuan
Xiao Lin
Li Yali
Liu Xiaomei
Li Xuemei
42.23 AR Guangxi
Yan Jiankui
Tian Yumei
Huang Mei
Ou Yanlan
42.63 Hunan
43.41
4 × 400 metres relay Jiangsu
Zhang Henghua
Cui Danfeng
Lü Xifang
Zhang Hengyun
3:26.88 Hebei
3:29.99 Sichuan
Liu Xiaomei
Tian Xiaoxia
Li Xuemei
Li Cong
3:30.17
Marathon Pan Jinhong
Inner Mongolia
2:26:39 Wang Jianfen
Yunnan
2:26:58 Ai Dongmei
Railways
2:27:30
10 km race walk Fan Xiaoling
People's Liberation Army
43:47 Sun Chunfang
Shanghai
43:50 Feng Haixia
People's Liberation Army
43:58
High jump Jin Ling
Liaoning
1.96 m Wang Wei
Shandong
1.94 m Zhang Liwen
Tianjin
1.90 m
Pole vault Cai Weiyan
Anhui
4.25 m Sun Caiyun
Guangdong
4.20 m Peng Xiaoming
Guangdong
4.15 m
Long jump Xiong Qiying
Sichuan
7.01 m † Guan Yingnan
Jiangsu
6.86 m Zhong Mei
Sichuan
6.76 m
Triple jump Huang Qiuyan
Guangxi
14.57 m WYR Ren Ruiping
Shandong
14.49 m Li Jiahui
Guangdong
14.13 m
Shot put Sui Xinmei
Shanghai
20.25 m Huang Zhihong
Zhejiang
20.24 m Li Meisu
Hebei
19.46 m
Discus throw Xiao Yanling
Hebei
70.00 m Li Qiumei
Shanxi
66.48 m Cheng Xianhong
Shanxi
66.00 m
Javelin throw Wei Jianhua
Shanxi
66.64 m Wang Yaning
Shanxi
64.52 m Li Lei
Beijing
64.28 m
Heptathlon Ma Miaolan
Zhejiang
6236 pts Shen Shengfei
Zhejiang
6185 pts WYR Liu Xin
Sichuan
6184 pts

Results[edit]

Women[edit]

100 m[edit]

Held on October 17–18.[2]

After having clocking 10.90 seconds in the heats (setting a new area record in the process), Sichuan's Li Xuemei easily won her semi-final before smashing her record in a high-level final with a time of 10.79 seconds.[3]

Her teammate Liu Xiaomei, who had won the event four years before,[4] took the silver medal in a personal best time of 10.89 seconds.

Guangxi twice Olympian veteran Tian Yumei finished third with a time of 11.06 seconds; equaling her personal best she had set in the semi-finals.[5]

Nineteen-year-old Xiao Lin from Sichuan broke the Asian junior record three times. She came to Shanghai with a personal best of 11.29 seconds set in Chengdu that year[6] and improved it to 11.22 in the heats, then to 11.20 in the semi-finals and finally to 11.17 in the final.

Semi-finals

First 4 of each heat (Q) qualified for the final.

Rank Name Team Time Notes
1 Li Xuemei Sichuan 11.03 Q
2 Liu Xiaomei Sichuan 11.03 SB, Q
3 Tian Yumei Guangxi 11.06 PB, Q
4 Pei Fang Shanghai 11.09 PB, Q
5 Li Yali Sichuan 11.13 PB, Q
6 Liang Yi Jiangsu 11.16 PB, Q
7 Cui Danfeng Jiangsu 11.20 PB, Q
Xiao Lin Sichuan 11.20 AJR, Q
9 Xiang Chirong Shandong 11.25 PB
10 Hu Zhenxia 11.29 PB
11 Zhang Chunying 11.36 PB
Huang Mei Guangxi  ?
Xiong Xiaoying  ?
Yue Ling  ?
Zeng Xiujun Sichuan  ?
Final
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Li Xuemei Sichuan 10.79 AR, GR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Liu Xiaomei Sichuan 10.89 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Tian Yumei Guangxi 11.06 =PB
4 Pei Fang Shanghai 11.10
5 Li Yali Sichuan 11.15
6 Xiao Lin Sichuan 11.17 AJR
7 Liang Yi Jiangsu  ?
8 Cui Danfeng Jiangsu  ?

200 m[edit]

Held on October 21–22. Chen Yuxiang from Shandong set a new Asian junior record of 22.83 seconds in the heats and advanced to the semi-finals.

Semi-finals

First 4 of each heat (Q) qualified for the final.

Rank Name Team Time Notes
1 Li Xuemei Sichuan 22.62 Q
2 Liu Xiaomei Sichuan 22.64 PB, Q
3 Du Xiujie Guangdong 22.76 SB, Q
4 Li Yali Sichuan 22.80 PB, Q
5 Chen Yuxiang Shandong  ? Q
6 Xiang Chirong Shandong 22.92 PB, Q
7 Xiong Xiaoying 22.94 PB, Q
8 Liang Yi Jiangsu  ? Q
9 Yue Ling 23.20 PB
10 Guo Lijuan 23.48 PB
11 Gao Chunxia 23.57 PB
Ma Lixia  ?
Qi Hong  ?
Yan Jiankui Guangxi  ?
Hu Zhenxia  ?
Final
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Li Xuemei Sichuan 22.01 AR, GR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Liu Xiaomei Sichuan 22.36 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Du Xiujie Guangdong 22.56 SB
4 Li Yali Sichuan 22.87
5 Liang Yi Jiangsu 22.94 PB
6 Xiong Xiaoying  ?
7 Xiang Chirong Shandong  ?
8 Chen Yuxiang Shandong  ?

400 m[edit]

Held on October 17–18.[7]

The final was won by Liaoning 17-year-old Li Jing in an astonishing time of 50.01 seconds. She beat Grit Breuer's world youth record of 50.48 seconds set in 1989 in the process.

Guangdong Du Xiujie and Shandong Chen Yuxiang finished respectively second and third. Zhang Hengyun, from Jiangsu, who had finished second in the event four years before; crossed the line in fourth place, recording despite all a new personal best.

Heats
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1 Li Jing Liaoning 50.76 AJR, AYR, Q
2 Zhang Hengyun Jiangsu 51.79 SB, Q
3 Chen Yuxiang Shandong 51.84 Q
4 Zhang Ying 52.13 PB, Q
 ? Bu Fanfang Shandong  ? Q
Cao Chunying Hebei  ? Q
Du Xiujie Guangdong  ? Q
Lü Xifang Jiangsu  ? Q
9 Li Cong Sichuan 52.41
10 Zhu Huangchao 52.85 PB
11 Jiang Lanying 53.38 PB
12 Wang Xuemei 53.39 PB
Final
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Li Jing Liaoning 50.01 WYR, AJR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Du Xiujie Guangdong 50.87 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Chen Yuxiang Shandong 51.15 PB
4 Zhang Hengyun Jiangsu 51.22 PB
5 Bu Fanfang Shandong 51.85 PB
6 Lü Xifang Jiangsu 51.99
7 Cao Chunying Hebei 52.21 SB
8 Zhang Ying 53.23

800 m[edit]

Held between on October 21–22.[8]

Heats

First 2 of each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Name Team Time Notes
Dq Chen Xuehui Guangxi 1:57.92 Q, PB
1 Lin Na Liaoning 1:58.26 PB, Q
2 Liu Jing Jiangsu 1:58.55 Q, PB
3 Lang Yinglai Liaoning 1:58.57 Q, PB
4 Liu Haiyan Guangdong 1:58.57 q, PB
5 Wang Qingfen Henan 1:58.69 q, PB
6 Liu Qifang Guangxi 1:59.01 PB
7 Qu Yunxia Liaoning 1:59.25 SB
8 Yan Wei Henan 1:59.81 Q, PB
9 Zhang Jian Beijing 1:59.91 Q, PB
10 Wang Yuanping Heilongjiang 2:00.76
11 Zhang Jinqing Henan 2:01.17 PB
12 Zhang Xiaolan Hebei 2:01.68 PB
13 Zhang Meng Liaoning 2:01.73 PB
14 Liu Liping Hebei 2:02.95 PB
15 Cui Yuying Liaoning 2:03.01 PB
16 Zeng Yuying Guangdong  ?
17 Mi Yuzhen Hunan 2:03.60 PB
18 Yu Junping Shanxi 2:03.63 PB
19 Yan Junli Henan 2:04.19 PB
20 Tian Xiaoxia Sichuan  ?
Final
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Lang Yinglai Liaoning 1:57.62 PB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lin Na Liaoning 1:58.16 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zhang Jian Beijing 1:58.98 PB
4 Liu Jing Jiangsu 1:59.15
5 Wang Qingfen Henan 1:59.29
6 Yan Wei Henan 1:59.66 PB
7 Liu Haiyan Guangdong 2:00.99
DQ Chen Xuehui Guangxi 1:57.82

1500 m[edit]

Held on October 17–18. It primarily consisted of Liaoning runners.

Qu Yunxia was expected to break the 3:50 bar according to her coach, Ma Junren. However, she fell during the final and only finished eighth.[9] Her 20-year-old teammate Jiang Bo eventually won the race, clocking 3:50.98, the second fastest time ever.[10] It remains one of three times under 3:51.[11] Less than a half second behind her, barely 18 year old Lang Yinglai set the still standing World Junior Record, breaking the previous record by Lan Lixin set in the qualifying round. In fifth place, 16 year old Zhang Ling set the still standing World Youth Best. At the conclusion of this race, the top six all were in the top 12 in history (plus Qu in eight place still the world record holder). Since this race, only Genzebe Dibaba has run faster than any of them.

Heats

First 5 of each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Name Team Time Notes
1 Lan Lixin Liaoning 3:55.01 WJR, Q
2 Qu Yunxia Liaoning 3:55.38 SB, Q
3 Zhang Ling Beijing 3:55.47 WYR, Q
4 Dong Yanmei Liaoning 3:55.82 PB, Q
5 Liu Dong Liaoning 3:56.31 PB
6 Liu Jing Jiangsu 3:57.02 PB, q
7 Lang Yinglai Liaoning 3:57.15 PB, Q
8 Jiang Bo Liaoning 3:57.20 PB, Q
9 Yin Lili Liaoning 3:58.22 PB, Q
10 Yan Wei Henan 3:58.74 PB, Q
11 Wang Qingfen Henan 3:58.97 PB, q
12 Wang Chunmei Henan 3:59.48 PB, Q
13 Wang Ai Liaoning 4:00.34 PB
14 Wang Xiaoxia 4:03.67 PB
15 Zhang Jinqing 4:04.05 PB
16 Liu Haiyan Guangdong 4:04.49 PB
17 Cui Yuying 4:08.29 PB
18 Tao Sumei 4:08.52 PB
19 Tang Xueqing 4:13.17 PB
20 Liu Jianying 4.13.99 PB
 ? Wang Renmei  ?
Final
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Jiang Bo Liaoning 3:50.98 WL
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lang Yinglai Liaoning 3:51.34 WJR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Yin Lili Liaoning 3:53.91 PB
4 Lan Lixin Liaoning 3:53.97 PB
5 Zhang Ling Beijing 3:54.52 WYR
6 Dong Yanmei Liaoning 3:55.07 PB
7 Liu Jing Jiangsu 3:57.77
8 Qu Yunxia Liaoning 3:57.83
9 Liu Dong Liaoning 3:58.18
10 Wang Qingfen Henan 4:02.22
11 Yan Wei Henan 4:04.27
Wang Chunmei Henan  ?

10,000 m[edit]

Held on October 19.[12]

Final
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Dong Yanmei Liaoning 30:38.09 PB, WL
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lan Lixin Liaoning 30:39.41 WJR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Yin Lili Liaoning 30:39.98 PB
4 Dong Zhaoxia Shanghai 30:47.22
5 Wang Dongmei Henan 30:47.72
6 Liu Shixiang Shandong 30:55.83
7 Song Liqing Liaoning 31:11.26 WYB
8 Wang Mingxia Shandong 31:12.58
9 Yang Siju Yunnan 31:16.39
10 Wang Yanfang Liaoning 31:59.93
11 Wang Xiaoxia Liaoning 32:15.22
12 Cui Guomei Shandong 32:46.67
13 Liang Ying Yunnan 33:06.19
14 Wang Xiujie Army 33:17.98
15 Cui Yuying Liaoning 33:26.32
16 Li Dong Henan 33:27.79
17 Tong Dejing Jilin 33:36.95
18 Lu Jing Railway 33:41.22
19 Li Wei Shandong  ?

100 m hurdles[edit]

Held on October 17–18.

Heats
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1 Liu Jing Sichuan 12.85 Q
2 Zhou Jing Hebei 12.87 PB, Q
3 Zhang Yu Tianjin 13.01 SB, Q
4 Luo Bin Hunan 13.03 PB, Q
5 Zeng Yan Sichuan 13.06 Q
6 Tan Yali 13.12 PB, Q
7 Tang Xiaoyue 13.13 PB, Q
 ? Sun Hongwei Hebei  ? Q
9 Liu Hao 13.33 PB
10 Jiang Jianchun 13.36 PB
11 Xiong Yanling 13.50 PB
 ? Deng Xiaocen  ?
Zhou Hongyan  ?
Zhu Shuiying  ?
Final
Rank Name Team Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Zeng Yan Sichuan 12.74 PB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Liu Jing Sichuan 12.76 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zhang Yu Tianjin 12.84 SB
4 Luo Bin Hunan 12.88 PB
5 Zhou Jing Hebei 12.89
6 Sun Hongwei Hebei 12.92 AJR
7 Tan Yali  ?
8 Tang Xiaoyue  ?

400 m hurdles[edit]

Held on October 21–22.[13]

Jiang Limei and Peng Yinghua, both from Guangxi had respectively won the gold and the silver medals but were later disqualified after failing a doping test.[14]

Heats

First 2 of each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Name Team Time Notes
1 Li Rui Hebei 55.32 SB, Q
2 Li Shuju Hebei 55.43 PB, Q
3 Peng Qun Jiangsu 55.46 PB, Q
4 Song Yinglan Hunan 55.58 PB, Q
5 Li Yulian Guangdong 55.72 PB, q
6 Sun Hongwei Hebei 55.80 PB, q
7 Zhang Yu 56.19 PB
8 Rong Guiping Guangxi 56.49 PB
8 Wang Qi 59.43 PB
Huang Xia  ?
DQ Jiang Limei Guangxi 54.87 Q
Peng Yinghua Guangxi 55.50 Q

4 × 400 m relay[edit]

Held on October 23.

Final
Rank Team Name Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Jiangsu,  China Zhang Henghua, Cui Danfeng, Lü Xifang, Zhang Hengyun 3:26.88 PB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Hebei,  China 3:29.99 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Sichuan,  China Liu Xiaomei, Tian Xiaoxia, Li Xuemei, Li Cong 3:30.17
4
5
6
7
DQ Guangxi,  China Peng Yinghua, Chen Xuehui, Gong Ruiping, Jiang Limei 3:26.37 *

Heptathlon[edit]

Held on October 17–18, after a three years break, Zhejiang Chinese record holder Ma Miaolan won her second consecutive National Games title, winning the event with a total of 6236 points. Her 16-year-old teammate Shen Shengfei set a new World youth record to finish second, beating Sichuan's Liu Xin by only one point.

Rank Name Team Time Notes
1 Ma Miaolan Zhejiang 6236 pts SB
2 Shen Shengfei Zhejiang 6185 pts WYR
3 Liu Xin Sichuan 6184 pts PB
4 Liu Bo  ?
5 Ding Ying  ?
6 Zhang Xiaohui 5739 pts PB
7 Wang Hailan  ?
8  ?  ?
9 Wang Sili 5652 pts PB
10 Wang Qui 5652 pts PB
11 Zou Ying 5640 pts PB

References[edit]

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