Wang Yifu, born in Liaoyang, Liaoning Province on December 4, 1960, is a former Chinese shooter, world champion and Olympic champion. He is now the deputy leader and head coach of the Chinese national shooting team.
In early 1978, Wang Yifu entered the shooting team of Liaoning Province. In 1979, Wang Yifu was selected for the national team. From 1984 to 2004, Wang Yifu participated in the Olympic Games six times in a row. In 1992, at the Barcelona Olympic Games, Wang Yifu won his first Olympic gold medal in the men's 10m air pistol. In 2004, at the Athens Olympic Games, Wang Yifu won the men's 10m air pistol championship again.
In 2005, Wang Yifu, who has participated in six Olympic Games, retired and became the head coach of the national shooting team and the pistol team. On December 3, 2014, Wang Yifu was elected vice president of the international shooting Federation. In April 2017, the Chinese Olympic Committee officially established an expert committee, and Wang Yifu was selected as an expert member of the Chinese Olympic Committee.
In 1976, Wang Yifu entered Liaoning amateur sports school.
In 1977, Wang Yifu studied shooting in Liaoyang amateur sports school.
In 1978, Wang Yifu entered the shooting team of Liaoning Province.
In 1979, Wang Yifu was selected into the national shooting team.
In 1980, Wang Yifu won the title of master athlete.
In 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games, Wang Yifu represented China for the first time in the Olympic Games. He won the bronze medal in the men's optional pistol slow shooting competition with 564 rings.
In 1985, Wang Yifu won the title of world-class athlete.
In 1986, in the 10th Asian Games Shooting Competition, Wang Yifu won the championship with 571 rings.
On April 23, 1987, in the national shooting championship, Wang Yifu won the championship with 665 rings and broke the world record of slow shooting with men's optional pistol.
In the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, Wang Yifu represented China in the men's 10m air pistol competition. As a result, he failed in the qualification competition and only finished 15th in the 578 ring.
In 1990, at the World Shooting Championships in Los Angeles, Wang Yifu won the championship with 689.7 for men's 10m air pistol and 665 for self selected pistol slow fire.
In 1992, at the 25th Barcelona Olympic Games, Wang Yifu won the gold medal with 684.8 rings in men's 10m air pistol and silver medal with 657 rings in self selected pistol slow fire.
In 1992, Wang Yifu won the title of "top ten" athletes in Asia.
In 1993, Wang Yifu won the title of "national top ten athletes" in 1992.
In 1994, Wang Yifu was transferred to the shooting and archery management center of the State Sports Commission.
In 1995, Wang Yifu won the title of "national top ten athletes" in 1994.
In 1996, Wang Yifu won the second place of men's 10m air pistol with 684.1 ring in the shooting competition of the 26th Atlanta Olympic Games. In the final shot, Wang Yifu was 3.8 points ahead of his opponent. However, due to his physical condition, his eyes suddenly couldn't see the target when shooting. In the end, he was only 0.1 ring away from his opponent, so he lost the chance to win the Olympic gold medal. A few minutes later, he fainted in the field.
In August 1996, Wang Yifu was awarded the first class Medal of sports by the State Sports Commission
In January 1998, Wang Yifu won the title of 1997 national shooting "double top ten" athlete jointly sponsored by China Shooting Association and Beijing Li Ning sporting goods company.
In April 1998, Wang Yifu was awarded the title of advanced worker of national sports system by the National Sports Federation.
In August 1999, Wang Yifu was elected as the "new China Sports 50 star" jointly sponsored by China sports news, CCTV and Shandong Weifang Yaxing group.
In 2000, Wang Yifu led the team to participate in the Asian Championships in Malaysia, and finally won the championship with 1757 rings and broke the world record of air pistol team.
In 2000, Wang Yifu took part in the 27th Sydney Olympic Games and won the second place in the men's air pistol competition with 686.9 rings.
In 2002, at the Shanghai World Shooting championship, Wang Yifu won the championship with 669.9 rings in the slow fire of his own pistol and the eighth place with 680 rings in the men's 10m air pistol.
In the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, Wang Yifu won the gold medal in the men's 10m air pistol final with a total score of 690.0.
After the Athens Olympic Games, Wang Yifu chose to retire from the shooting team and officially became the head coach of the shooting team.
Award winning record
Wang Yifu and his wife Zhang Qiuping met during the training period of the Chinese shooting team for the Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1983.
At the beginning of 1987, Wang Yifu and Zhang Qiuping, who got to know each other for the Olympic Games, finally entered the palace of marriage. Taking part in the Olympic Games has always been the goal of the couple. In 2006, Wang Yifu succeeded Xu Haifeng to become the head coach of the Chinese shooting team. The couple, who studied together in Tsinghua University, became the coach together. His wife Zhang Qiuping became the head coach of Tsinghua shooting team.
Wang Yifu and his wife have a daughter named Wang Weiyang, who was born in 1991. She won the team champion of the women's 10m air rifle youth group in the 2007 Asian championship, won the silver medal in the 2008 Asian middle school shooting championship, and was successfully selected into the national team.
In 2005, Wang Yifu became the head coach of the Chinese national shooting team and the head coach of the pistol team.
In 2008, Wang Yifu led the Chinese shooting team to win 5 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze medals in the Beijing Olympic Games, with a total of 8 medals. His team member Pang Wei shot the second gold for the Chinese team.
In 2012, Wang Yifu led the Chinese shooting team to win two gold medals, two silver medals and three bronze medals at the London Olympic Games. Yi Siling led the team to shoot the first gold medal for the Chinese delegation at the women's 10m air rifle arena.
In November 2013, Wang Yifu was appointed as the special inspector of the supervision department of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
In 2014, Wang Yifu was elected vice president of the international shooting Federation.
In 2016, Wang Yifu led the Chinese shooting team to win one gold medal, two silver medals and four bronze medals at the Rio Olympic Games, with a total of seven medals. Among them, Zhang Mengxue won the first gold medal of the Chinese delegation at the Rio Olympic Games in the women's 10m air pistol final.
In April 2017, the Chinese Olympic Committee officially established an expert committee, and Wang Yifu was selected as an expert member of the Chinese Olympic Committee.
Appointment and removal information
In May 2017, the cadre of the State General Administration of sports adjusted the information: Wang Yifu was removed from the post of deputy director of shooting and archery management center.
Take part in the program
In 1995, Wang Yifu was awarded the title of "national advanced worker" by the State Council.
In 1998, Wang Yifu was elected a member of the sports group of the first session of the Ninth CPPCC.
On July 17, 2007, Wang Yifu was elected the "lifelong shooting champion" of the international shooting Federation, the highest honor in the international shooting world.
In 2008, Wang Yifu was the Beijing Olympic torch bearer.
In 2010, Wang Yifu was the torch bearer of Guangzhou Asian Games.
public benefit activities
In September 1998, Wang Yifu and other cultural and sports stars held a football disaster relief match with singing at Beijing Workers' Stadium, and raised a total of 177.36 million yuan.
In 2007, the national excellent athletes security and professional skills appraisal work conference of special types of work in sports industry was held in Changsha, Hunan Province. On the same night, the public welfare Party of excellent athletes security in 2007 was held, attended by Wang Yifu and others. On September 12 of the same year, the "sports Mobilization Committee" of the all China sports foundation was established, with Wang Yifu as one of the 26 members.
On September 1, 2004, "the same song" column recorded a special program in the Olympic Sports Center Stadium, which is to welcome the triumphant return of Chinese athletes. Wang Yifu participated in the program and was interviewed by the host.
In 2006, entrusted by BOCOG, the Organizing Committee of "our Olympic Games" and CCTV jointly held a large-scale evening party of "our Olympic Games". Wang Yifu attended the party and sang "365 Li Lu" with Cai Ming.
On September 12, 2007, Wang Yifu, Xiong Ni, Gao Min, Hu Jia and others attended the "all the way to you" large sports public welfare party and gave gifts to the audience in front of the TV.
Wang Yifu is the only senior member of the Six Dynasties who has participated in the six Olympic Games in China. He is also the oldest Olympic gold medalist in China so far. (CCTV review)
There is a Chinese idiom called "old and strong", which is very suitable for Wang Yifu. (Ke fan's comments on youth Expo)
Wang Yifu, the head coach of the Chinese shooting team, is one of the athletes with the most Olympic medals. From 1984 to 2004, he went to the Olympic Games six times and won six Olympic medals. In 1992 and 2004, Wang Yifu won two Olympic gold medals. With his perseverance and never giving up spirit, he created a miracle of an old gun. (Huaao star review)
Wang Yifu has experienced too many hardships in his career, and his illness has plagued him for 12 years after 1992. In the face of the entanglement of disease, what he returns is a heavy medal. It's a miracle in the history of the world Olympic Games to attack the Olympic Games six times and win five medals. (Sohu sports review)
Wang Yifu was able to become the "elder of the Six Dynasties", which shows that Wang Yifu maintained a fairly high competitive level. Chinese shooting
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