|Born||Traditional: 趙杰 |
February 18, 1988
Yangyuan County, Hebei, China
Zhao Jie (born February 18, 1988 in Yangyuan County, China) is a wushu expert, 6° Duan Level (Chinese Wushu Association), who lives and teaches wushu in the Hebei Province to Chinese and International wushu athletes. After retiring from competition in 2013, he opened his own school in 2016. He annually attends an international seminar, with the aim of teaching wushu culture internationally.
Born in the small Yangyuan County, Zhao Jie started his wushu studies in 1999 at the age of 11 at Shijiazhuang Shaolin martial arts training centre. In 2002 he joined the Hebei Province Wushu-Taolu Professional Team and then the China National Team. Winning a gold medal during the 2005 World Wushu Championships, becoming world champion in Gunshu category. Retiring from competitions in 2013, he opened his own school in 2016, the "Long Hui" International Wushu Academy, in collaboration with the European Wushu Champion, Cukon Angelica.
During his career, Zhao Jie starred in several martial arts movies in China.
- In 2004 won the National Youth Wushu Championship in Changquan, Daoshu, Gunshu.
- In 2005 got the Bronze medal ALL ROUND (Changquan, Daoshu, Gunshu) in the Tenth National Games – Wushu routines
- GOLD MEDALIST at the 8th World Wushu Championships (2005) in Hanoi (Vietnam).
- In 2005 won the National Youth Wushu Championship in Changquan, Daoshu, Gunshu.
- In 2006 won GOLD MEDAL at the National Wushu Champions in Gunshu routine and got the fourth place in DAOSHU.
- In the same year won GOLD MEDAL in both Daoshu and Gunshu during the All China Sports University Championship.
- In 2007 won GOLD at the National Elite Championship; SILVER in GUNSHU and BRONZE in DAOSHU
- In the same year won a BRONZE in Changquan category during the NATIONAL WUSHU CHAMPIONSHIP; a GOLD MEDAL during National University Games and another GOLD during the sixth edition of all cities sports championship
- In 2011 won a SILVER MEDAL at the National Wushu Championship in Gunshu and a fourth place in Daoshu.
- In 2013, during his last competition, the 12th ALL CHINA GAMES, ZHAO JIE won a BRONZE MEDAL ALL ROUND!
- Wushu (sport)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "8th-World-Wushu-Championships-2005 results" (PDF). iwuf.org. p. 11.
- "Long Hui" International Wushu Academy Official Website
- Wukong - 2020 interview with World Champion Zhao Jie
- Corriere di Malta
- Federation Wushu France
- CCTV International
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