Teng Zhiqiang

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Teng Zhiqiang
Teng Zhiqiang.jpg
Teng Zhiqiang (right) and Sui Hongjun (left), the slalom coach of Heyuan Water Sports Center, Guangdong
Personal information
Native name滕志强
Born26 October 1991 (1991-10-26) (age 28)
Mayang, Hunan [1]
Height1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)[2]
Weight80 kg (176 lb)[2]
Country China
SportCanoe slalom
Event(s)C1, C2
Teng Zhiqiang
Traditional Chinese滕志强
Simplified Chinese滕志强
Slalom World Championships 15 05 46 291 (10267391675).jpg

Teng Zhiqiang (Chinese: 滕志强; born October 26, 1991 in Gaocun, Mayang, Hunan[1]) is a Chinese male slalom canoeist[3] who competed at the international level from 2005 to 2013.[4]

He won a gold medal in the C1 event at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou.[5]. Teng became the first person from Mayang to win gold at the Asian Games,[1] as well as the first person to win a canoe slalom event at the Asian Games.[3] He also won gold in the C1 event at the 2010 Asian Championships in Xiasi[6] and the 2013 National Games in Guangzhou.[7]

At the 2012 Summer Olympics he competed in the C1 event where he finished in 12th place after being eliminated in the semifinals.[8]

Teng was born in Chetou (车头村), Gaocun (高村镇), Mayang. He was a good swimmer in his childhood. In 2002 he joined the Heyuan Water Sports Center where he was coached by Sui Hongjun.

World Cup individual podiums[edit]

Season Date Venue Position Event
2010 2 May 2010 Xiasi 2nd C11
1 Asian Canoe Slalom Championship counting for World Cup points


  1. ^ a b c Mayang News.com: Story on Teng Zhiqiang (2013-09-04)[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ a b "Teng Zhiqiang". Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved 26 November 2017.
  3. ^ a b heyuan.gov (2012-3-6)[permanent dead link], also see heyuan.gov (2010-11-16): Story on Teng Zhiqiang[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "Zhiqiang TENG (CHN)". CanoeSlalom.net. Retrieved 26 November 2017.
  5. ^ Heilongjiang.gov (2013-09-11)
  6. ^ gog.cn (2010-05-02)
  7. ^ people.com (2013-09-03), also see ylxw.net (2013-09-05)[permanent dead link]
  8. ^ Athlete profile at london2012.com