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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Guo_JingjingGuo Jingjing - Wikipedia

    Guo Jingjing (Chinese: 郭晶晶; pinyin: Guō Jīngjīng; born October 15, 1981, in Baoding, Hebei) is a retired Chinese diver, and multi-time Olympic gold medalist and world champion. Guo is tied with her partner Wu Minxia for winning the most Olympic medals (6) of any female diver [2] and she won the 3m springboard event at five ...

  2. Guo Jingjing (15 de octubre de 1981 en Baoding, Provincia de Hebei) es una saltadora china ganadora seis medallas olímpicas, cuatro de ellas de oro, y ocho títulos de campeona mundial. Es la saltadora más laureada de la historia.

  3. Hace 4 días · Biography. Guo Jingjing was the fourth diver to win four Olympic gold medals (following Fu Mingxia, Greg Louganis and Pat McCormick) and at her retirement, was the female diver with the most Olympic medals (trailing only Dmitry Sautin among men). Uniquely, Guo won her medals on the springboard (3 m) only, while the others also ...

  4. Guo Jingjing (born October 15, 1981, Baoding, Hebei province, China) Chinese diver who competed in four consecutive Summer Olympic Games, winning gold medals in the 3-metre springboard and synchronized 3-metre springboard (with partner Wu Minxia) events in 2004 and repeating the feat in 2008 (again partnered with Wu on the synchronized event).

  5. Guo Jingjing - Hall Of Fame Diver. At the age of 14, Guo made her Olympic debut at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, finishing fifth on the 10-meter platform event. Guo won double gold medals...

  6. Biography. Guo Jingjing was the fourth diver to win four Olympic gold medals (following Fu Mingxia, Greg Louganis and Pat McCormick) and at her retirement, was the female diver with the most Olympic medals (trailing only Dmitry Sautin among men).

  7. www.wikiwand.com › es › Guo_JingjingGuo Jingjing - Wikiwand

    Guo Jingjing (15 de octubre de 1981 en Baoding, Provincia de Hebei) es una saltadora china ganadora seis medallas olímpicas, cuatro de ellas de oro, y ocho títulos de campeona mundial. Es la saltadora más laureada de la historia. Comenzó a practicar los saltos a la edad de seis años en la base de entrenamiento de Baoding, su localidad natal.