Lee Hup Wei
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|Born||5 May 1987|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||60 kg (132 lb)|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||2.27 m|
Lee Hup Wei (Simplified Chinese Surname: 李) (born 5 May 1987 in Selangor) is a Malaysian high jumper. He was born in Kajang, Selangor in a family of one boy and three girls. He attended secondary education in SMK Dengkil, later he was admitted to Bukit Jalil Sports School to complete his Form 4 and Form 5 studies.
He scored numerous successes last year[when?] including emerging the winner at the Asia Track and Field (AFT) championship in Jordan, winning the gold medal at the SEA Games in Korat as well as in the All Comers championship and the Thailand Open. Recently he has also won gold in the Good Luck Beijing Games.
His personal best jump is 2.27 metres, achieved at the China Open in May 2008 at Beijing’s National Stadium, also known as the Bird’s Nest, to break the 13-year-old Malaysian record of 2.24m set by Loo Kum Zee in the 1995 Chiang Mai SEA Games.
His efforts saw him win the gold medal, break the Malaysian high jump record, and qualify for the Beijing Olympics.
- Lee Hup Wei at IAAF
- "A profile on Lee Hup Wei, Malaysian High Jumper". www.singaporeathletics.com. 24 June 2008. Retrieved 24 June 2008.
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