Gong Jinjie (Chinese: 宫金杰; pinyin: Gōng Jīnjié, born 12 November 1986) is a Chinese professional track cyclist, a member of the provincial Jilin Team since 2002 and the Chinese National Team since 2005. Her coaches include Yongqing Wang (王永庆) and Sean Eadie.
|Born||12 November 1986|
Gong competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. She and Guo Shuang set a world record of 32.447 seconds in the qualification round of the team sprint event, which they then improved upon with 32.422 in the next round. They went on to finish first in the final against the German team, but were disqualified for an alleged "early relay", and were relegated to the silver medal instead. Gong and Guo's coach Daniel Morelon maintains that the pair were "robbed" of the gold medal, and described it as an "injustice". He complained that the judges refused to provide a "video footage of the race on slow motion", and only provided a "vague explanation" for the infringement they had allegedly committed.
Gong competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. She and Zhong Tianshi set a world record of 31.928 seconds in the qualification round of the team sprint event, and won China's first ever Olympics Cycling gold medal in the final by beating the Russian team.
|13 December 2006||Sprint||Asian Games||Doha||Qatar|
|20 January 2008||3||Keirin||World Cup||Los Angeles||United States|
|16 February 2008||1||500 m time trial||World Cup||Ballerup||Denmark|
|27 March 2008||Team sprint[N 1]||World Championships||Manchester||United Kingdom|
|1 November 2008||2||500 m time trial||World Cup||Manchester||United Kingdom|
|2 November 2008||3||Keirin||World Cup||Manchester||United Kingdom|
|22 November 2008||2||500 m time trial||World Cup||Melbourne||Australia|
|17 January 2009||2||500 m time trial||World Cup||Beijing||China|
|17 January 2009||3||Team sprint[N 1]||World Cup||Beijing||China|
|20 November 2009||1||Team sprint[N 2]||World Cup||Melbourne||Australia|
|23 January 2010||2||500 m time trial||World Cup||Beijing||China|
|23 January 2010||1||Team sprint[N 2]||World Cup||Beijing||China|
|25 March 2010||Team sprint[N 2]||World Championships||Ballerup||Denmark|
|2 December 2010||1||Team sprint[N 3]||World Cup||Melbourne||Australia|
|21 January 2011||1||Team sprint[N 2]||World Cup||Beijing||China|
|18 February 2011||2||Team sprint[N 3]||World Cup||Manchester||United Kingdom|
|24 March 2011||Team sprint[N 3]||World Championships||Apeldoorn||Netherlands|
|2 August 2012||Team sprint[N 3]||Olympic Games||London||United Kingdom|
- 1st Team Sprint, Asian Games (with Zhong Tianshi)
- GP von Deutschland im Sprint
- 1st Team Sprint (with Zhong Tianshi)
- 3rd Sprint
- 1st Team Sprint, Asian Track Championships (with Zhong Tianshi)
- "Cycling – China set world record, Britain out". Reuters. 2 August 2012. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
- "Chinese women's sprint cycling team disqualified for lane change; Germany wins Olympic gold". Washington Post. 2 August 2012. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
- "Chinese cycling coach says women's sprint team 'robbed' of gold". CBC News. CBC. 3 August 2012. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
- "China wins first cycling Olympic gold at Rio Olympics". People's Daily. Xinhua. 13 August 2016. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
- Gong Jinjie at Cycling Archives
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