Pei Fang

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Pei Fang (born 1 February 1972) is a former Chinese track and field athlete, who specialized in sprinting events.

Affiliated to the Shanghai's track and field team, she took part in the National Games of China, competing in the 100 metres event. She won her heat in 11.16 seconds. In the semi-finals, she finished second and clocked 11.09 seconds, 0.06 s behind Sichuan runner Liu Xiaomei.

In the final, she finished fourth in 11.10 s in a race won Li Xuemei in 10.79 s. Liu Xiaomei won the silver medal in 10.89 s and twice Olympian Tian Yumei took the bronze, crossing the line in 11.06 s.

Pei's career seems to have ended with those National Games, as she did not compete in any competitions after 1997.

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
1990 Asian Junior Championships Beijing, China 1st 23.52
1991 Asian Championships Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia 2nd 11.62
1st 43.41
1997 World Championships Athens, Greece 28th (qf) 11.50
8th 43.32
8th National Games of China Shanghai, China 4th 11.09 (PB)

Records[edit]

Event Time Venue Date
100 m 11.09 s Shanghai, China 1997
200 m 23.01 s Beijing, China 1993
4 × 100 m 42.92 s Athens, Greece 1997

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