This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chen.
Chen Xiaomin (born February 7, 1977 in Heshan, Guangdong) is a female Chinese weightlifter. She began weightlifting in 1989, and joined the provincial team in 1991, and the national team in 1992.
She is also a law graduate from Guangdong Business College.
1993 National Games – 1st 54 kg (surpassing three ARs on six occasions)
1993 World Women’s Championships – 1st 54 kg snatch, C&J & total (three WRs)
1994 National Championships – 1st 59 kg
1994 Hiroshima Asian Games – 1st 59 kg (equalling WR with 97.5 kg in snatch and breaking WRs with 122.5 kg in C&J and 220 kg in two-lift total)
1995 World Women’s Championships – 1st 59 kg snatch, C&J & total (92.5 kg, 122.5 kg & 215 kg, rewriting WR in C&J with 123.5 kg), 1st team
1996 Asian Championships – 1st 59 kg total (207.5 kg)
1996 Warsaw World Women’s Championships – 1st 59 kg snatch (97.5 kg) & total (207.5 kg), breaking WR in snatch (99 kg); 2nd C&J (110 kg)
1997 Asian Women’s Championships – 1st 64 kg snatch, C&J & total (breaking WR in snatch with 107.5 kg)
2000 2000 Sydney Olympic Games – 1st 63 kg class
Olympic champions in weightlifting – Women Middleweight
2000: Chen Xiaomin (CHN)
2004: Nataliya Skakun (UKR)
2008: Pak Hyon-suk (PRK)
2016: Deng Wei (CHN)
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