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Wei Qingguang

Wei Qingguang
Full name Wei Qingguang
Nationality  China/ Japan
Born July 2, 1962
Nanning, Guangxi

Wei Qingguang (Chinese: 韦晴光; born July 2, 1962) is a Chinese table tennis player. He won the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games in the doubles with Chen Longcan. Later he represented Japan and changed his name to Seiko Iseki[1][2]

Achievements

  • 1984 National Championships - 1st singles, mixed doubles & team
  • 1985 National Championships - 1st doubles & mixed doubles
  • 1986 Asian Cup - 1st singles
  • 1987 World Championships - 1st doubles (with Chen Longcan)
  • 1988 Olympic Games - 1st doubles (with Chen Longcan)
  • 1989 World Championships - 3rd doubles

References

  1. ^ Statistics of Seiko Iseki/Wei Qingguang. ITTF Database
  2. ^ [1]

[2] - China Daily

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