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|Born||April 17, 1977 (age 41)
1996 Summer Olympics
2004 Summer Olympics
He achieved the second Olympic silver medal of her career at the 2004 Summer Olympics in the team event. With teammates Lin Sang and Zhang Juanjuan, He defeated Australia, Ukraine and Chinese Taipei in the elimination rounds before falling to South Korea in the gold medal match by a single match.
He placed 4th in the individual ranking round with a score of 667. He went on to defeat Helen Palmer of Great Britain, Melissa Jennison of Australia and Kirstin Jean Lewis of South Africa in the first three rounds, her encounter with Jennison going to a final arrow shoot-off.
In the quarterfinals, He faced eventual bronze medalist Alison Williamson of Great Britain. He was red carded for shooting out of turn, resulting in her highest scoring shot being declared void. She later missed the target entirely with her 10th shot, Williamson winning by a score of 109-89. The Chinese team officials planned to appeal against the result but failed to do so within the allowed time. Her final ranking in the individual competition was 8th.
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