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A Bronze Medal in Men’s 200 m Butterfly by SJTU Alumnus Wu Peng

July 28, 2011      Author: Dong Yang, Department of Physics

In 1 minute, 54.67 seconds, Chinese swimmer Wu Peng added a bronze medal for China in the men's 200 meter butterfly at the 14th FINA World Championships-Shanghai 2011 on the evening of July 27. Wu Peng is an SJTU alumnus, majoring in International Economics and Trade of Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

Wu Peng's Major Achievements (according to Wikipedia)

Ø        2002 Asian Games: First, men's 200 m backstroke, 200 m butterfly and 400 m individual medley

Ø        2004 Olympics - Finalist, 200m butterfly

Ø        2004 National Swimming Championship & Olympic Trial - First, men's 400 m individual medley and 200 m butterfly

Ø        2005 National Swimming Championship & National Games Qualifiers - First, men's 400 m individual medley

Ø        2005 World Championships - bronze, men's 200m butterfly

Ø        2005 East Asian Games - First, 400 IM; Second, 200 fly

Ø        2006 Short Course Worlds - First, men's 200 m butterfly

Ø        2007 World Championships - silver, men's 200m butterfly

Ø        2008 Olympics - Finalist (fourth place finish), 200m butterfly


Translated by Tian Cong