X. Zhu, born March 2, 1998, is a Chinese trampoline gymnast who won gold at the Olympic Games.
X. Zhu aced the synchro and team events at the 2017 Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships, bringing home two gold medals..
X. Zhu Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
She competed in the individual and team events at the 2018 Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships, where she brought home silver and gold, respectively.
X. Zhu competed in the women’s trampoline event at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, and came out on top, winning the gold medal in July 2021.
X. Zhu took first place in the women’s trampoline competition at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China.
At the 2017 World Trampoline Gymnastics Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria, she won two gold medals.
At the 2018 Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships in Saint Petersburg, Russia, she placed second in the women’s individual competition.
X. Zhu Wins Gold in The Women’s Trampoline Gymnastics
Defending champion Rosannagh MacLennan had to settle for fourth place as People’s Republic of China’s X. Zhu won gold in women’s trampoline gymnastics.
When it came to the women’s trampoline gymnastics competition, X. Zhu took the People’s Republic of China to new heights.
The 23-year-old performed a series of flawless spins, bounces, and somersaults to earn 56.635 points and first place in the final.
Canada’s Rosannagh MacLennan, the competition favourite, was denied a third Olympic gold thanks to the brilliant routine she performed.
The 32-year-old came in fourth, a mere point away from a medal. The Canadian gymnast was in third place.
And she had to wait in agony until the very last competitor, X. Zhu, the reigning Youth Olympic champion, finished her routine.
‘Quality’ Issue With Chinese Trampoline Athlete X. Zhu Tokyo Olympic Gold Medal Sparks Discussion on Sina Weibo
The Organizing Committee of the Tokyo Olympic Games explained to the Global Times on Wednesday.
That the flaking part of Chinese trampoline athlete X. Zhu gold medal was not the gold plating but rather a coating applied to the surface of the medal after it was made.
The committee remarked that the coating’s thinness was chosen so that minor scratches and stains wouldn’t mar the medals.
The medal’s quality will not suffer, the committee assured us. On Saturday, X. Zhu gave the Tianjin Sports Museum her gold medal and her Olympic uniform.
X. Zhu claims he gave so that more people could see an Olympic gold medal and spread the Olympic spirit. This gold medal donation by X. Zhu makes him the first Chinese Olympian to do so.
Even though the China National Games don’t officially begin until later this month, the Chinese trampolinist. X. Zhu saw her hopes of a double gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games dashed in dramatic fashion.
X. Zhu, who gained worldwide attention after posting on Weibo from quarantine that her gold medal from Tokyo 2020. It was “peeling,” was eliminated from competition on the first day of trampoline competition in Xi’an, Shaanxi province on Saturday.