WANG Jianan

27 Aug 1996

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
ATH Athletics Men's Long Jump 1 Gold Medal


Record Event Mark Date Location
GR Men's Long Jump 8.24 m 26 August, 2018 Jakarta (INA)


Start Time Location Event Status
Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Stadium
Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Stadium

Biographical Information


Asian Games
1Men's Long Jump2018Indonesia8.24
Olympic Games
5Men's Long Jump2016Rio de Janeiro, BRA8.17
QualificationMen's Long Jump2020Tokyo, JPN7.81
World Championships
1Men's Long Jump2022Eugene, OR, USA8.36
3Men's Long Jump2015Beijing, CHN8.18
5Men's Long Jump2023Budapest, HUN8.05
6Men's Long Jump2019Doha, QAT8.20
7Men's Long Jump2017London, GBR8.23
QualificationMen's Long Jump2013Moscow, RUS7.59
Diamond League
2Men's Long Jump2019Shanghai, CHN8.16
3Men's Long Jump2015Shanghai, CHN8.25
4Men's Long Jump2016London, GBR7.91
5Men's Long Jump2016Shanghai, CHN7.96
5Men's Long Jump2015Zurich, SUI7.94
6Men's Long Jump2019Zurich, SUI8.06
6Men's Long Jump2016Rome, ITA8.08
World Challenge
1Men's Long Jump2017Kawasaki, JPN8.14
1Men's Long Jump2016Hengelo, NED7.91
2Men's Long Jump2016Kawasaki, JPN7.88
3Men's Long Jump2019Hengelo, NED8.09
4Men's Long Jump2019Ostrava, CZE7.80
4Men's Long Jump2016Beijing, CHN7.99
5Men's Long Jump2015Hengelo, NED7.88
5Men's Long Jump2015Beijing, CHN8.09
Asian Championships
1Men's Long Jump2013Pune, IND7.95
World Indoor Championships
8Men's Long Jump2016Portland, OR, USA7.93
Eddie (spikes, 14 Aug 2015)
Physical Education - Nanjing Normal University, People's Republic of China
Wife Xie Shuangming, one son [2022]
Jiangsu Province [People's Republic of China]
Wang Guojie [national], CHN; Randy Huntington [national], USA
In early 2015 he strained his thigh and had to rest for several months to recover. In June 2015 he injured his leg again. (sports, 26 Aug 2015)

He has sustained hamstring and meniscus injuries during his sporting career. (m, 07 Jan 2023)
He began to focus exclusively on long jump in early 2013. (IAAF, 28 Aug 2015)
He was initially a pole vaulter. In 2011 he moved to Xuzhou, People's Republic of China, to attend an athletics school and was introduced to combined events. He competed in only one decathlon before the coaches noticed his long jump ability and decided he should focus solely on that discipline. (IAAF, 28 Aug 2015)
To compete at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, People's Republic of China, and the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. (hangzhou, 16 Aug 2023; m, 07 Jan 2023)
Chinese hurdler Liu Xiang. (yangtse, 23 Oct 2022)
In 2015 he was named an Elite Athlete of International Class by the General Administration of Sport of China. (sport, 26 Jan 2015)

In 2012 he was named an Elite Athlete of National Class by the General Administration of Sport of China. (sport, 14 Nov 2012)
Gold Medal
Gold Medal Event
Silver Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event
Asian Games Record