Wu Liufang

Wu Liufang
— Gymnast —
Full name 吴柳芳 (Wu Liufang)
Country represented  China
Born (1994-12-22) December 22, 1994 (age 19)
Liuzhou, Guangxi
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Level Senior
Head coach(es) Wang Liming, Sun Haiou 孙海鸥
Retired October 2013

Wu Liufang (Chinese: 吴柳芳; pinyin: Wú Liŭfāng), born on 22 December 1994, is a retired Chinese gymnast.[1]

Gymnastics career

Wu Liufang made the Chinese national team in 2008. At the 11th Chinese national games in September 2009, she achieved bronze for uneven bars and silver for the team event (as part of Guangdong team).[2]

Wu participated in the 2010 Doha World Cup, where she won gold on balance beam and floor, and silver on uneven bars.[3][4] She also won beam gold at the 17th Internationaux de France world cup held in Paris Bercy.[5]

At the 2010 Chinese national championships, Wu Liufang, participating for the Guangdong team, won silver in all-round, and came 4th in uneven bars and 4th in beam.[6]

Wu Liufang attended the 2010 World Championships in Rotterdam as the 7th reserve member of the Chinese team, and did not end up competing.

She was also named into the Chinese team for the 2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Tokyo but was replaced just before the qualifying round by teammate Huang Qiushuang.

She was the oldest member for the Chinese WAG team at the 2012 Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships where she won the Team gold with teammates Zeng Siqi, Shang Chunsong, Luo Peiru, Li Yiting and Huang Huidan. In the individual event finals, she beat teammate Huang Huidan to win the Uneven Bars gold.

Wu Liufang retired from gymnastics in October 2013.

Competitive history

Year Competition Location Apparatus Rank-Final Score-Final Rank-Qualifying Score-Qualifying
2011 World Cup Ghent Uneven Bars 3 15.350 1 15.350
Balance Beam 1 14.975 2 14.850
Floor Exercise 2 13.650 3 13.475
2010 World Cup Ghent Uneven Bars 1 15.050 2 14.775
Balance Beam 3 13.650 2 14.700
Floor 6 12.700 5 13.450
Doha Uneven Bars 2 13.850 2 15.025
Balance Beam 1 14.700 1 14.525
Floor 1 13.975 6 12.950
Paris Bercy Balance Beam 1 14.875 1 14.725

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