|Born||22 April 1962|
|Died||16 October 2019 (aged 57)|
Han Aiping (Chinese: 韩爱萍; April 22, 1962 – October 16, 2019) was a Chinese badminton player in the 1980s who ranks among the greats of the woman's game. Noted for her superb overhead strokes, she and her teammate, rival, and sometimes doubles partner Li Lingwei dominated international singles play for most of the decade, each winning the IBF World Championships twice, and led Chinese teams to victory in Uber Cup (women's world team) competitions.
She is one of the most successful players at the World Championships, with three gold medals, two of them in singles and another in women's doubles, plus a silver medal in both singles and doubles. At seventeen Han also won the short-lived World Badminton Federation's version of the World Championships in 1979, before China became a member of the International Badminton Federation.
|2||Women's doubles||1987||Beijing, CHN|
|World Grand Prix|
|1||Singles||1984, 1988||World Grand Prix finals|
|Other International Championships|
|1||Singles||1983, 1988||Japan Open|
1983, 1986, 1987
|Badminton World Cup|
|Hong Kong Open|
|1||Singles||1985||All England Open|
|2||Singles||1984||All England Open|
|1||Singles||1985, 1988, 1989||Malaysia Open|
|1||Women's doubles||1985||Indonesia Open|
|1||Singles||1985, 1988||Swedish Open|
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- "愿天堂也有羽毛球 前世界冠军韩爱萍因病去世". Sina Sports. Retrieved 17 October 2019.
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