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    The answer is in this thread posted by Shasha

    http://www.badmintonforum.com/vb/sho...7&page=3&pp=25

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    Default Where is Gong Zhi Chao?

    Hi all,
    Is there anybody know the information about Gong Zhi Chao? What is she doing now?
    I really like her. We have the same birthday... ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingky
    Hi all,
    Is there anybody know the information about Gong Zhi Chao? What is she doing now?
    I really like her. We have the same birthday... ;-)
    she is studying in HUNAN university! she will join CHINA ALL GAME in NANJING this year.

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    Im very fond of the badminton legend Gong Xie Chao! I am wondering what sort of things she has done after retiring! I always miss the players when they retire. The chinese badminton team that is. Why do people brag about Susy? She was just lucky to win...

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    I wouldn't say people brag about susi, but there's a reason Susanti is respected and hailed as a badminton legend, and it has little to do with luck. I'm not sure what Gong is doing nowdays, I certainly hope she is still involved with badminton and teaching others what she has learned throughout her extensive experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blckknght
    I wouldn't say people brag about susi, but there's a reason Susanti is respected and hailed as a badminton legend, and it has little to do with luck. I'm not sure what Gong is doing nowdays, I certainly hope she is still involved with badminton and teaching others what she has learned throughout her extensive experience.
    In this thread she was caught on film at the Chinese national championships in the fall of 2005. I guess she is still very involved with badminton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event
    In this thread she was caught on film at the Chinese national championships in the fall of 2005. I guess she is still very involved with badminton.

    good to know. but most retired pro badminton players in china are involved in the sport in 1 way or another. afterall, they invested alot of time in it when they were young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mona_san
    Im very fond of the badminton legend Gong Xie Chao! I am wondering what sort of things she has done after retiring! I always miss the players when they retire. The chinese badminton team that is. Why do people brag about Susy? She was just lucky to win...
    Do you mean Gong Zhi Chao? She is indeed brilliant. Came back from a very very nasty back injury, then basically become unbeatable or should I say invincible! Poor Ye Zhaoying have to retired without a gold Olympics medal that she has been trying so hard for.

    Gong becomes extremely precise in placement shot and super fast when she got back from her injury. In fact, I can not see any woman who can do placement shot as consistent and precise as her.

    After winning Olympics, Gong basically want to retired as her goal is to win the Olympics. The only game she lost after comeback I think is after Olympics which she already indicate beforehand that she has fulfilled her dream of World Championbship and Olympics and was ready to retire, and also, she need to look after her body and preventing her injury from getting worse.

    There is an interesting article about her here posted by Fleming Zhong. http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ead.php?t=1004
    Last edited by hyun007; 02-08-2006 at 06:42 AM.

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    Default yes she is still involved in this sport!

    but in a different way.

    after retirement in Jan 2002, she became the vice-director of management center of badminton of Hu Nan province. (this comes from chinese, plz correct me if it's not the proper name)

    however she returned to the court in Dec 2004 aiming for the 10th National Games of China. she was being trained very hard for less than a year and participated the game in Oct 2005. she did very well in Group match and helped her team win the champion. then she played women's single and lost in quarter final.

    this time she was really retired. and she said: " am satisfied with my career and i'll never leave this sport. i'll do my best to foster young players..."

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    thanks for telling me a bit more about her. I was delighted to know about her. I knew she would be a lovely person, not only as a badminton player but as a down-to-earth person aswell. I wish her all the best in the future. By the way, where is Gong Ruina? I do miss her too! Will she be back to play again

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    Default not really

    gong rui na was retired already and i don't think she's going to come back.
    she started a new life as an actress! actually she once played a major role in a teleplay before her retirement. it seems she'll probably start her career in filmdom.

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    anyone here have video of her ? anymore so hard to find

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    Ancient threads.
    Now merged

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    Default ^^Alriiiiite..^^

    ..finally! Thanks.
    I guess, that must've been the time when BC just started & was small enough as a group that people just created multiple threads of the same subject, just to fill up & make the site look full..

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