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He Kexin (born January 1, 1992,[1] in Beijing, China) is a retired Chinese artistic gymnast. At
the 2008 Olympics in Beijing she won two gold medals on the uneven bars (her specialty) and
as a member of the Chinese Artistic Gymnastics team. In 2008, she won two World Cup titles
on the uneven bars. On the bars she was one of the few gymnasts in the world to score over
17.00 under the 2005–2008 Code of Points. With an A-score of 7.7 in 2008, she had one of
the highest difficulty scores in the world in this event, along with Yang Yilin, Nastia Liukin and
all with 0.1 difficulty less than Beth Tweddle.[2][3] As with several of her teammates, questions
were raised in the international press when earlier reports surfaced indicating she may not
have been old enough to compete in the 2008 Olympics; however, an official investigation
found in her favor.[3] She continued her success in post-Beijing Olympics period, she holds
the record for the highest obtained difficulty in the entire London period. In 2010 World
Champion's women team final all-around, she scored 16.133 with 7.4 difficulty which is the
highest score ever achieved in the London Olympics period (between 2009 and 2012).
He Kexin trained at the Shichahai Sports School in Beijing since 1997.[4] She participated in
China's National Games in 2006[5] and Intercity Games in 2007.[6] According to China Daily,
He was recruited for the Chinese National Team in 2007, after her uneven bars win at the
Intercity Games drew the attention of head coach Huang Yubin.[7]

He made her international debut in 2008, participating in several events on the World Cup
circuit. At her first meet, the World Cup in Doha, she scored 16.550 on the uneven bars; at
her second, the Cottbus Cup, she scored 16.800. The mark was the highest uneven bars
score posted at an international event under the current Code of Points,[8] besting Nastia
Liukin's mark of 16.65 at the 2008 Pacific Rim Championships.[9] On May 15, 2008 He
participated in the Tianjin World Cup, breaking two world records.[7][10]

At the 2008 Olympics, He was a member of the gold medal-winning Chinese team. In the
uneven bars final, she and American Nastia Liukin both posted final marks of 16.725, and
earned identical A and B-panel scores of 7.70 and 9.025, respectively. Because He's
individual B-panel marks had a lower variance, she won the gold medal as per the Olympic
tiebreaker rules of the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG).[11][12][12][13]

In the 2009 World Championships held in London, she defended her bars title and won a gold
medal with a score of 16.000, with a 7.1 D-score.

During the team finals in the 2010 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, He Kexin
contributed the highest score of the night to her team total, 16.133 with 7.4 difficulty, it was
the highest difficulty for the entire London Olympic period in all four piece of apparatus and
the 16.133 scores on bars was also the highest ever achieved at the same time. But a fall in
the event final, left her way out of the medals and unable to defend her world title. In the
qualifications of the 2011 World Gymnastics, He Kexin fell once and had a major dead hang
and didn't make the event final. Although she did not compete in any event in the team final,
He remained on the China team which eventually won the Bronze medal.

He was named to the 2012 Olympic team over 2008 teammate Jiang Yuyuan and 2011 World
team member Tan Sixin, because her speciality was regarded as better complement to the
4th team member, Deng Linlin.[14] At the Olympics, she qualified in second place to the
uneven bars event final. She finished the final in second, behind gold medalist Aliya Mustafina
of Russia, with a score of 15.933, which makes her the only Chinese female gymnast who had
medalled in the same event at two consecutive Olympics.

He Kexin (right) with her silver medal from the 2012 Olympic uneven bars final
Furthermore, she is the one of only five Chinese female gymnasts who had ever made for two
Olympics, together with her seniors Liu Xuan, Kui Yuanyuan, her 2008 team capitan Cheng
Fei and her long term teammate Deng Linlin.

Height ,152 cm (5 ft 0 in) Weight est 88lbs...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/He_Kexin
CHINESE GYMNAST DIET

DAY 1

BREAKFAST - 1 orange
1 boiled egg
1oz/30g wholemeal bread
2tsp low-fat spread

LUNCH - 3oz/90g tuna fish
Salad of lettuce, onions and 1 tomato
2 celery sticks
1oz/30g beetroot
2tsp salad cream
2 crisp breads
1 apple

DINNER - 3oz/90g chicken without skin cook in casserole with
3oz/90g carrots
4oz/120g onions
2oz/60g parsnips
3oz/90g turnips
3oz/90g jacket potato
4oz/120g cooked green vegetables
1 pear

DAY 2

BREAKFAST - Half grapefruit
1oz/30g bran cereal
2.5 fl oz/75ml natural yoghurt

LUNCH - 3oz/90g lean ham
3oz/90g mixed bean salad (red/haricot/chick/butter)
1tsp chopped parsley
2oz/60g chopped onions
Salad of lettuce, 1 tomato, cucumber and celery
2tsp vegetable oil
1 medium slice melon

DINNER - Vegetable soup using 1 stock cube, and 6oz/180g
celery, onion and carrot
4oz/120g white fish cooked with 4floz/120g skimmed
milk, thickened with 1tsp cornflour and parsley
4oz/120g green beans
1tsp margarine
1 baked apple

DAY 3

BREAKFAST - 4oz/120ml unsweetened orange or grapefruit juice
2oz/60g drained sardines
1oz/30g brown bread
2tsp low-fat spread
1 tomato

LUNCH - 4oz/120g cottage cheese
2 crisp bread
Salad of 1 tomato, celery, cucumber, grated carrot
shredded cabbage, onion and red pepper
2tsp low-fat spread/cheese
1 banana

DINNER - 3oz/90g sautéed onion in 2tsp vegetable oil with
3oz/90g liver and sauté for 7 minutes
3oz/90g cooked brown rice
4oz/120g spinach
1 tomato
4oz/120g mushrooms
4oz/120g fresh fruit salad
2.5oz/75ml natural yoghurt

DAY

BREAKFAST - 4oz/120g grapes
1 scrambled egg
1 tomato
1oz/30g brown bread
2tsp low-fat spread

LUNCH - Macaroni cheese made with 3oz/90g cooked macaroni
2oz/60g grated cheese mixed with
3oz/90g mushrooms and
3oz/90g cauliflower
2floz/50ml skimmed milk
Serve with salad
1 orange

DINNER - 4oz/120g mackerel, canned or fresh
3oz/90g potato
3oz/90g peas
3oz/90g carrots
1 apple

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DAY 5

BREAKFAST - 3oz/90g stewed prunes with their juice
1.5/45g muesli
5fl oz/150ml natural yoghurt

LUNCH - 3oz/90g baked beans
1 egg (not fried)
1oz/30g brown bread
2tsp low-fat spread
Salad of grated cabbage, onion, carrot, celery and pepper
4oz/120g pineapple

DINNER - 4oz/120g salmon, fresh or canned
Cucumber
2oz/60g corn on the cob
2oz/60g green beans
2oz/60g pepper
2tsp low-fat spread
1 orange

DAY 6

BREAKFAST - Half grapefruit
1 poached egg
1 tomato
3oz/90g mushrooms
1oz/30g wholemeal bread
2tsp low-fat spread

LUNCH - 3oz/90g jacket potato filled with
3oz/90g shrimps
Chopped parsley
2tsp low calorie salad cream
Salad of lettuce, celery, cucumber, pepper, onion
1 pear

DINNER - 4oz/120g cooked turkey without skin
3oz/90g cooked pasta mixed with
2oz/60g cooked peas
2oz/60g cooked celery
1tbsp chopped chives or spring onion
1tsp vegetable oil
4oz/120g spinach
5oz/120 blackcurrants
2.5fl oz/75ml natural yoghurt

DAY 7

BREAKFAST - 4oz/120g pineapple
1oz/30g porridge
5fl oz/120ml skimmed milk
2tsp honey

LUNCH - 3oz/90g lean beef
3oz/90g baked jacket potato
2tsp low-fat spread
4oz/120g spring greens
3oz/90g carrots
3oz/90g boiled parsnips
5oz/150g strawberries
2.5fl oz/75ml natural yoghurt

DINNER - 3oz/90g canned drained pilchards
Mixed salad of lettuce, tomato, celery
cucumber and peppers
3 crisp breads
2tsp low-fat cheese
4oz/120g plums

If you can't eat lunch at home, you can prepare meals beforehand and take them out with you.

TAKE OUT - 2oz/60g low-fat cheese
2oz/60g brown bread roll
Mixed salad
2tsp low-fat mayonnaise
1 orange
TAKE OUT - 2oz/60g large bread roll and fill with
Mixed salad
2tsp low-fat salad cream
Other product (shrimp, ham or egg)

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