PAIRS
Date of birth: 24.12.1979 Qing PANG
CHN
Place of birth: Harbin
Height: 162 cm
Home town: Beijing
Profession: student
Hobbies: music, shopping
Start sk. / Club: 1986 /
Former Partners
Date of birth: 15.08.1979 Jian TONG
CHN
Place of birth: Harbin
Height: 179 cm
Home town: Harbin
Profession: student
Hobbies: computer games, music
Start sk. / Club: 1986 /
Former Partners Yun Zhang
Coach: Bin Yao, Wei Liu
Choreographer: N. Morozov (SP), S. Bourne, D. Wilson (FS)
Former Coach: Wenyi Cong
Practice low season: 30 h / week at Harbin
Practice high season: 30 h / week at Harbin
Music Short Program / Short Dance as of season 2013/2014
Lady Caliph by Ennio Morricone
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2013/2014
I Dreamed a Dream (from "Les Miserables") by Claude-Michel Schoenberg
Personal Best Total Score213.3115.02.2010 XXI Olympic Winter Games 2010
Personal Best Score Short Program75.2823.03.2010 World Championships 2010
Personal Best Score Free Skating141.8115.02.2010 XXI Olympic Winter Games 2010
 
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S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International CompetitionYearPlace
ISU GP NHK Trophy 2010 Nagoya 2010 1.
ISU GP Cup of China 2010 Beijing 2010 1.
ISU GP Final 2010/2011 Beijing 2010 2.
Asian Winter Games 2011 Astana 2011 1.
Pang and Tong both started to skate as six-year-olds. She was a single skater until 1993 when coach Bin Yao teamed her up with Tong. After skating in singles, Tong went into ice dancing for two years because he felt his jumps weren't strong enough. He then switched to pairs because he thought it was more attractive than ice dance. The couple got engaged in 2012 when he proposed to her during an ice show in China. Pang/Tong trained without a coach from 1993 to 1997 as Yao had moved to Beijing and they stayed back in Harbin. Pang and Tong's coach Bin Yao was on the first team that represented China in a World Championship (Dortmund 1980).
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