Zhang Liangliang, born on October 1, 1982 in Bengbu City, Anhui Province, is a former member of the Chinese men's foil team.
In April 1998, Zhang Liangliang was transferred to Anhui fencing team. In November 2001, Zhang Liangliang was officially transferred to Anhui fencing team. In 2002, Zhang Liangliang was selected into the National Fencing Team. In 2003, Zhang Liangliang won the men's individual foil final of fencing in the 22nd Universiade of South Korea. In 2008, Zhang Liangliang failed to play well in the individual men's foil competition of the "good luck Beijing" International Fencing Federation World Championships and lost his qualification for the Beijing Olympic Games.
On September 2, 2013, in the men's foil individual competition of the 12th National Games, Zhang Liangliang defeated Leisheng 15-14 to defend his title.
In 2013, Zhang Liangliang officially announced his retirement after the National Games.
When Zhang Liangliang first stepped into the arena, he chose handball instead of fencing. In 1998, when Zhang Liangliang entered the provincial sports school, he practiced handball, but because of his small hands, he would suffer a lot in training, competition and future development. At the coach's suggestion, Zhang Liangliang changed his practice to foil.
In 2002, Zhang Liangliang was selected into the National Fencing Team. In 2001, in the 9th National Games held in Guangzhou, Zhang Liangliang lost to Wang Haibin, a former member of the National Fencing Team, 9-15 in the men's individual foil semi-final. In 2003, in the men's individual foil final of fencing in the 22nd Universiade of South Korea, Zhang Liangliang defeated his South Korean opponent 15-11 and won the individual champion. In the group final, Zhang Liangliang and his teammates won the group champion. On June 7, 2004, in the men's individual foil competition, Zhang Liangliang defeated Zhang Jie of Shanghai to win the individual gold medal of men's foil. on January 22, 2005, in the World Cup Men's foil Grand Prix France, Zhang Liangliang won the Spanish 15-6 to enter the top 32, then won the French biordan 15-13 to enter the top 16, then won the German bisdorf 15-12 to enter the top eight, and then narrowly won the French Gul 14-13 to enter the top four. In the competition for the right to the final, Zhang Liangliang lost to Russia's mohergan 8-15 and finally ranked third. On October 11, 2005, in the men's individual foil competition of Leipzig Fencing World Championships, Zhang Liangliang lost to Italy's Sanzo 4-15 and won the second place. On March 19, 2006, Zhang Liangliang won the individual runner up in the men's foil World Cup in Cairo, Egypt. In the group match, China beat Spain 45-34 in the first game and entered the top eight. In the top four of the eight games, China lost to France 29-38 and finally won the sixth place. On July 7, the National Fencing championship finals was held in Tianjin. In the men's flower individual final, Huang Liangcai played Zhang Liangliang, and the scores of the two sides rose alternately. After playing three 3-minute overall games, they won 12-12, and then entered the one minute final. Finally, Zhang Liangliang won the championship 13-12. On May 28, 2007, China lost to Russia 40-45 in the semi-final of the men's foil team match in Egypt. Zhang Liangliang and his teammates failed to make it to the top 16 in the individual competition. On July 12, the finals of the National Fencing Championship were held in Beijing Chaoyang gymnasium for the second day. In the last eight, Zhang Liangliang was promoted to the final by 15-6 against Zhu Jun. after that, Zhang Liangliang eliminated Shanghai's Tao Jiale and Anhui's Zhou Zhile to enter the final. In the final, Zhang Liangliang lost to Ma Jianfei 15-11 and won the second place. On July 13, in the group final, China beat Italy 45-43 to win the bronze medal. On January 7, 2008, the men's foil World Cup competition in Denmark was held in Copenhagen. After entering the top 32, Zhang Liangliang played against France's genom and missed the top 16 by 12-13, finally ranking 18th. On April 20, Zhang Liangliang lost to Italy's Baldini 13-15 in the men's foil individual competition of the "good luck Beijing" International Fencing Federation World Championships. He missed the final four and lost his qualification for the Beijing Olympic Games. On September 18, 2009, Zhang Liangliang beat Zhou Zhile 15-8 in the men's foil semi-final of the 11th National Games to advance to the final. In the final, Zhang Liangliang beat Guangdong's Ma Jianfei 15-13 to win the championship. In November 2010, the Chinese men's foil team, composed of Zhang Liangliang, Lei Sheng, Huang Liangcai and Zhu Jun, beat Italy 45-43 to win the World Fencing championship. On November 23, the Chinese team composed of Lei Sheng, Huang Liangcai, Zhu Jun and Zhang Liangliang beat the Japanese team 45-35 to win the men's foil team final of Guangzhou Asian Games. On July 12, the Asian fencing Championship entered its fifth day in Seoul, South Korea. In the first round, China won 45-29 against Thailand. In the semi-final, China beat Hong Kong 45-29 to advance to the final. In the final, China beat Japan 45-34 to win the championship. On October 30, the Anhui men's foil team, composed of Zhang Liangliang, Li Hua, Zhou Zhile and Geng Ying, won the championship in the finals of the National Fencing championship in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, with a 45-18 victory over the Bayi team. The medal is also the first national team champion won by Anhui men's foil team since its establishment. On November 11, China's men's foil team, composed of Lei Sheng, Zhu Jun, Huang Liangcai and Zhang Liangliang, beat Italy 45-43 in the men's foil team final of the World Fencing Championships in Paris, winning the team championship of the world championships for the first time in history. On February 22, 2011, the Chinese men's foil team, composed of Zhang Liangliang, Lei Sheng, Zhu Jun and Huang Liangcai, lost 34-45 to the French team in the semi-final of IAF men's foil Grand Prix in La Coruna, Spain. In the subsequent bronze medal battle, China won the team bronze medal by winning 45-35 over Japan. On October 17, the Chinese men's foil team, composed of Leisheng, Zhu Jun, Zhang Liangliang and Ma Jianfei, won the 2011 World Fencing Championships in Catania, Italy. Relying on Leisheng's key sword in extra time, it defeated France 45-44 and won the championship. Zhang Liangliang played in three rounds in the final, which was the hero of China's victory. on August 5, 2012, in the men's team foil competition of London Olympic Games, China defeated France 45-33 in the seventh and eighth finals, and finally ranked seventh. In 2012, the finals and Grand Prix of the National Fencing Championship were held in Hefei. In the men's individual foil competition, Zhang Liangliang did not play well and did not enter the top eight.
The war of retirement
On September 2, 2013, in the men's foil individual competition of the 12th National Games, Zhang Liangliang defeated Leisheng 15-14 to defend his title. In 2013, Zhang Liangliang officially announced his retirement after the National Games.
Award winning record
Zhang Liangliang's wife Zhang Yu was a track and field athlete in Anhui Province. The two married after the London Olympics.
Zhang Liangliang's technical movements are a little stiff, but he has rich experience in the competition field and can better stabilize the situation of the competition field. (Dai Zhonglin's comments) Zhang Liangliang is an on-the-spot excited player, because he has made rapid progress since his debut, and his foundation is not very solid, so he needs to temper his foundation. (coach Lu Gang)
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