Chen Qi

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Chen Qi (simplified Chinese: 陈玘; traditional Chinese: 陳玘; pinyin: Chén Qǐ; born April 15, 1983) is a retired male Chinese table tennis player. He won the gold medal in men's doubles at the 2004 Summer Olympics with Ma Lin, and is the youngest male ever to hold this title at age 20. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Chen Qi has received more than 5,159 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Chen Qi is the 70th most popular table tennis player, the 1,044th most popular biography from China and the 24th most popular Chinese Table Tennis Player.

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Among table tennis players, Chen Qi ranks 70 out of 78Before him are Kim Kyung-ah, Natalia Partyka, Li Jiawei, Feng Tianwei, Bastian Steger, and Christian Süß. After him are Kim Hyang-mi, Kasumi Ishikawa, Wang Yuegu, Dang Ye-seo, Koki Niwa, and Mima Ito.

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Among people born in 1983, Chen Qi ranks 850Before him are Ladji Doucouré, Mejdi Traoui, Fredrik Petersen, Brandi Rhodes, Fininho, and Marco Galiazzo. After him are Hovhannes Davtyan, Dustin Pedroia, Trisha, Alex Antônio de Melo Santos, Pita Taufatofua, and Miho Bošković.

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In China

Among people born in China, Chen Qi ranks 1,044 out of 1,186Before him are Guo Wenjun (1984), Wang Lei (1981), Zhang Juanjuan (1981), Pang Qing (1979), He Zi (1990), and Wang Qiang (1992). After him are Zhao Junzhe (1979), Zhang Chengdong (1989), Wang Yihan (1988), Lu Li (1976), Jiao Liuyang (1991), and Junjun (1988).


Among table tennis players born in China, Chen Qi ranks 24Before him are Qiao Hong (1968), Fan Zhendong (1997), Guo Yue (1988), Han Ying (1983), Li Jiawei (1981), and Feng Tianwei (1986). After him are Wang Yuegu (1980) and Dang Ye-seo (1981).