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Wu Minxia's and He Zi's Schools - China

World Class 2012 in partnership with the British Council bring you the stories of the schools where the dreams begin.

Guangqi Elementary school are twinned with Insch School, Aberdeenshire

The Affiliated Elementary School of Tsinghau University are twinned with Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Loughborough

The Affiliated High School of Tsinghau University are twinned with Sandwich Technology School, Kent
Wu Minxia and He Zi

Wu Minxia is a two time diving Olympic gold medallist in the women's synchronised 3m springboard, while He Zi has two national gold medals in the 3 metre springboard.

Usually competing against each other, London 2012 will see these two world class divers come together as they go for gold in synchronised diving.


Wu Minxia and He Zi's Schools

Wu Minxia attended Guangqi Elementary school, before leaving for the Shanghai Sports Institute, a specialist diving school.

He Zi attended Tsinghua's University affiliated Schools before developing her diving talents at the Guangdong Sports Institute.

We've been in touch with Wu Minxia and He Zi's schools and will have more information soon, so keep checking back.

The schools came to London in January 2011 to meet their new UK partners and start their partnership journeys at Olympic Dreams Live. Find out what happened (please note this report is in Chinese from BBCUKChina.com)


World Olympic Dreams

Wu Minxia and He Zi are two of the athletes being tracked as London 2012 approaches and they strive to make their Olympic dreams a reality.



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see also
Training to be an Olympic diver
26 Jul 10 |  World Olympic Dreams
Divers aim for Olympic platform
26 Jul 10 |  World Olympic Dreams
Tom Daley introduces World Class 2012
27 Jul 10 |  World Olympic Dreams


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