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Date of birth
19 Aug 1986
Qing Tian competed in BADMINTON
Did you know?
- Badminton matches are played over the best of three games.
- Each game is won by the first player or doubles pair to reach 21 points by a margin of two clear points.
- All events begin with group stages, followed by a knockout format.
- With shuttlecock smashes reaching speeds of more than 200mph, badminton has claims to be the world's fastest racquet sport.
- Since making its Olympic debut in 1992, badminton has been dominated by Asian countries. All 15 medals at the 2008 Olympics went to Asian shuttlers.
|4 Aug||Women's Doubles Gold Medal Match||Won|
|2 Aug||Women's Doubles Semi-finals, Match WD729||Won|
|1 Aug||Women's Doubles Quarter-finals, Match WD726||Won|
|31 Jul||Women's Doubles Group Play Stage Group D, Match WD719||—|
|30 Jul||Women's Doubles Group Play Stage Group D, Match WD714||Won|
|28 Jul||Women's Doubles Group Play Stage Group D, Match WD702||Won|
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Head to Head
Qing Tian vs Yang Yu
London 2012 medals
London 2012 appearances
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