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Pang and Tong at the 2010 Worlds
Personal information
Full nameTong Jian
Country representedFlag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China
Born (1979-08-15) August 15, 1979 (age 41)
Harbin
Home town Harbin
Height1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Partner Pang Qing
Former partnerZhang Xiwen
Coach Yao Bin
Liu Wei
Former coach Cong Wenyi
Choreographer Lori Nichol
David Wilson
Former choreographer Renée Roca
Shae-Lynn Bourne
Sarah Kawahara
Nikolai Morozov
Skating clubHarbin Skating Club
Began skating1986
RetiredMarch 28, 2015
World standing 4 (As of 13 March 2014) [1]
Season's bests 3 ( 2010–2011 ) [2]
2 ( 2009–2010 ) [3]
2 ( 2008–2009 ) [4]
ISU personal best scores
Combined total213.98
2013 Grand Prix Final
Short program75.40
2013 Grand Prix Final
Free skate141.81
2010 Winter Olympics

Tong Jian (Chinese :佟健; pinyin :Tóng Jiàn; born August 15, 1979 in Harbin, Heilongjiang) is a Chinese retired pair skater. With his wife Pang Qing, he is the 2010 Olympic silver medalist, 2006 and 2010 World Champion, a five-time Four Continents champion (2002, 2004, 2008, 2009 and 2011) and the 2008 Grand Prix Final Champion.

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Career

Tong was born into a Manchurian family in the city of Harbin, China, the home of Chinese pair skating. He began skating at age six. He originally competed as a single skater. He then competed as an ice dancer for two years because of his weak jumps. After his short ice dancing career, Tong switched to pairs. He previously competed with Zhang Xiwen. In 1993, coach Yao Bin teamed him up with Qing and they have been skating together ever since.

When Yao moved to Beijing, Pang and Tong trained without a coach until 1997, when they began training under Yao again.

Pang and Tong did not have a strong junior career, perhaps due to the fact that the Junior Grand Prix did not exist when they were skating at the junior level. They placed 14th, 9th, and 8th at the World Junior Championships between 1997 and 1999. After that, they went senior.

Pang and Tong won the silver medal at the 1997 Chinese national championships, but did not represent China at the World Championships until 1999. They are the 2000 Chinese national champions. At their first major senior international, the 1999 Four Continents Championships (the first Four Continents ever held), they placed 5th. They then went to their first Worlds, where they placed 14th.

In the 1999–2000 season, Pang and Tong made their Grand Prix debut. They placed 4th at Skate Canada and 5th at Cup of Russia. They slowly moved up the ranks over the years. At the 2002 Winter Olympics, coming in as the Four Continents Champions, they placed 9th.

Following the 2001–2002 season, Pang and Tong began to be contenders. They consistently placed on the podium at their Grand Prix events. They won their first World medal (a bronze) at the 2004 World Championships.

After their first world medal, they had a rough 2004–2005 season and a shaky start at the beginning of the 2005–2006 season. They recovered with consistency by the 2006 Olympics, where they placed a controversial 4th behind teammates Shen Xue & Hongbo Zhao and Zhang Dan & Zhang Hao. They went to the 2006 Worlds and won it.

In the 2006–2007 season, Pang and Tong were unable to defend their World title. They were forced to withdraw from Skate America due to injury. They won the silver medal at the Cup of China, the Asian Winter Games, and the Four Continents Championships. At Worlds, they placed second.

During the 2007–2008 season, Pang and Tong had a rough start, losing two out of their three Grand Prix events. They came back strong midseason by winning the bronze at the Grand Prix Final and their third Four Continents title. They ended their season with a disappointing 5th at the World Championships.

During the 2008–2009 season, Pang and Tong had another rough outing at their first event, the Cup of China. Despite this, they went on the two win their next Grand Prix events and the final. During that season, they made history, when they went on to win a record setting fourth Four Continents title and have now won more Four Continent titles than any other person. Despite the momentum they had built, they had another disappointing World Championships, where they were once again finished the podium.

During the 2009–2010 season, Pang and Tong won both of their Grand Prix events and a silver at the Grand Prix Final, defeating all the world medalists at the previous world championship.

In the 2010 Winter Olympics, Pang and Tong set a new World Record for the free skate with a score of 141.81 points. [5] They placed second place behind Shen Xue and Hongbo Zhao thanks to their teammates world record-setting short program. The People's Republic of China broke Russia's 46-year twelve Olympic gold medal streak in pairs skating, sweeping gold and silver places. [6] Pang and Tong became the 2010 World Champions in Turin, Italy. [7]

For the 2010–2011 ISU Grand Prix season, Pang and Tong were assigned to the 2010 NHK Trophy and to the 2010 Cup of China. They won both of their Grand Prix assignments to qualify for the Grand Prix Final where they won silver. They won the bronze medal at the 2011 World Championships.

Pang and Tong withdrew from their assigned 2011–12 Grand Prix events, [8] [9] however, returned to competition in January 2012, where they won gold at the Chinese National Winter Games. They earned first-place marks in the short program (70.24) and free skate (126.31). They competed at and finished fourth at the 2012 World Championships in what was their only ISU international event of the season.

For the 2012–13 season, Pang and Tong medaled at both their Grand Prix events, taking second at 2012 Skate America and first at 2012 Cup of China. They went on to win the bronze at the 2012–13 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. They were fifth at the 2013 World Figure Skating Championships.

During the 2013–14 season, Pang and Tong finished second at 2013 Cup of China and first at 2013 Trophée Éric Bompard before winning bronze again at the 2013–14 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. They went on to finish fourth at the 2014 Winter Olympics, their fourth consecutive Olympic Games.

For the 2014–15 season, Pang and Tong competed at the 2015 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships [10] and 2015 World Figure Skating Championships, placing third at both events.

Personal life

Although they had not spoken about their personal lives, Pang and Tong revealed publicly in an issue of Vanity Fair during the 2010 Winter Olympics that they were romantically involved.

In June 2011, the pair became engaged after Tong proposed on-ice to Pang at a show in Shanghai. [11] They got married on June 18, 2016. [12]

Programs

Pang and Tong perform a triple twist at the 2010 Olympics. Tong Jian and Pang Qing (2010 Olympics).jpg
Pang and Tong perform a triple twist at the 2010 Olympics.
Tong Jian in 2013. Jielbeaumadier Pang Tong 2 Bompard 2013.jpg
Tong Jian in 2013.
Season Short program Free skating Exhibition
2014–2015

Moon Flower
by Secret Garden, Sumi Jo
choreographed by Nikolai Morozov


Oblivion, A los Amigos

Io Ci Saro
by David Foster, Walter Afanasieff
choreographed by Nikolai Morozov

I Dreamed a Dream
from Les Misérables
performed by Susan Boyle


Angel
by Westlife

2013–2014 Nocturne from Lady Caliph
by Ennio Morricone
I Dreamed a Dream
from Les Misérables
by Claude-Michel Schönberg
I Dreamed a Dream
from Les Misérables
performed by Susan Boyle
2012–2013 Scott and Fran's Paso Doble
by David Hirschfelder
choreographed by Lori Nichol
Variations on an original Theme Enigma
by Edward Elgar
choreographed by Renée Roca
Un giorno per noi
from Romeo and Juliet
performed by Josh Groban

Moon on the Sea
performed by Li Yuchun
2011–2012 Nocturne in C Sharp minor
by Frédéric Chopin
choreographed by Lori Nichol
Scheherazade
by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
choreography by Lori Nichol
Liebesträume
by Franz Liszt
2010–2011 Nocturne in C Sharp minor
by Frédéric Chopin
choreographed by Lori Nichol

Je Crois Entendre Encore
by Georges Bizet
from The Pearl Fishers
choreographed by Sarah Kawahara
and Nikolai Morozov
Liebesträume
by Franz Liszt
choreographed by David Wilson
The Impossible Dream
from Man of La Mancha Soundtrack
by Mitch Leigh
performed by Rhydian Roberts
2009–2010Je Crois Entendre Encore
by Georges Bizet
from The Pearl Fishers
choreographed by Sarah Kawahara
and Nikolai Morozov
The Impossible Dream
from Man of La Mancha Soundtrack
by Mitch Leigh
choreographed by Shae-Lynn Bourne
and David Wilson
Crane's Crying
by Vitas
Adagio
by Tomasso Albinoni
2008–2009The Messiah Will Come Again
by Roy Buchanan
choreographed by Sarah Kawahara
and Nikolai Morozov
Concierto de Aranjuez
by Joaquín Rodrigo
Santa Maria (del Buen Ayre)
by Gotan Project
choreographed by Sarah Kawahara
and Nikolai Morozov
Summertime
by George Gershwin
2007–2008O Doux Printemps d’Autrefois
by Jules Massenet
choreographed by Nikolai Morozov
Romeo and Juliet
Soundtrack from the 1968 movie
by Nino Rota and André Rieu
choreographed by Nikolai Morozov
Adagio
by Tomasso Albinoni
2006–2007O Doux Printemps d’Autrefois
by Jules Massenet
choreographed by Nikolai Morozov
The Phantom of the Opera
by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Adagio
by Tomasso Albinoni
2005–2006 Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
by Sergey Rachmaninoff
The Phantom of the Opera
by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Gira Con Me Questa Notte
by Josh Groban

Oye
by Gloria Estefan
2004–2005 All I Ask of You
from The Phantom of the Opera
by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Butterfly Lovers
Chinese Violin Music
by Vanessa-Mae
The Prayer
by Céline Dion
2003–2004 Illumination
by Secret Garden
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
by Sergey Rachmaninoff
The Prayer
by Céline Dion
2002–2003Illumination
by Secret Garden

Seven Years In Tibet
Soundtrack from the 1997 movie
by John Williams
Piano Concerto No. 2
by Sergey Rachmaninoff
The Prayer
by Céline Dion
2001–2002Illumination
by Secret Garden
Piano Concerto No. 2
by Sergey Rachmaninoff
1999–2001Tres Minutos Con La Realidad
by Astor Piazzolla
performed by Yo-Yo Ma
The Red Poppy
by Reinhold Glière
Tres Minutos Con La Realidad
by Astor Piazzolla
performed by Yo-Yo Ma
1998–1999Spanish Dance
from Swan Lake
by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
The Planets
by Gustav Holst
Spanish Dance
from Swan Lake
by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
1996–1997 Fanfare for the Common Man
by Aaron Copland
Auf der Jagd
by Johann Strauss II
unknown

Competitive highlights

(with Pang)

Results [13]
International
Event96–9797–9898–9999–0000–0101–0202–0303–0404–0505–0606–0707–08 08–09 09–10 10–11 11–12 12–13 13–14 14–15
Olympics 9th4th2nd4th
Worlds 14th15th10th5th4th3rd4th1st2nd5th4th1st3rd4th5th3rd
Four Continents 5th5th4th1st2nd1st2nd2nd1st1st1st3rd
Grand Prix Final 5th3rd6th3rd1st2nd2nd3rd3rd
GP Bompard 6th3rd3rd2nd2nd1st
GP Cup of China 2nd2nd1st3rd1st1st2nd
GP Cup of Russia 5th2nd1st
GP NHK Trophy 4th5th2nd1st1st1st
GP Skate America 3rd1st2nd2nd
GP Skate Canada 4th5th4th2nd2nd
Universiade 2nd
Asian Games 2nd2nd1st
International: Junior
Junior Worlds 14th9th8th
JGP China 5th
National
Chinese Champ. 2nd2nd2nd1st2nd2nd1st1st2nd
GP = Grand Prix; TBD = Assigned

Detailed results

2014–15 season
DateEvent SP FS Total
23–29 March 2015 2015 World Championships 2
72.59
3
140.18
3
212.77
9–15 February 2015 2015 Four Continents Championships 4
66.87
2
133.12
3
199.99
2013–14 season
DateEvent SP FS Total
6–22 February 2014 2014 Winter Olympics 4
73.30
3
136.58
4
209.88
5–8 December 2013 2013–14 Grand Prix Final 3
75.40
3
138.58
3
213.98
15–17 November 2013 2013 Trophée Éric Bompard 1
67.69
1
126.17
1
193.86
1–3 November 2013 2013 Cup of China 1
70.38
2
124.00
2
194.38
2012–2013 season
DateEventSPFSTotal
13–15 March 2013 2013 World Championships 6
63.95
4
130.69
5
194.64
6–9 December 2012 2012–13 Grand Prix Final 3
64.74
3
128.07
3
192.81
2–4 November 2012 2012 Cup of China 1
68.57
1
120.25
1
188.82
19–20 October 2012 2012 Skate America 2
61.96
2
125.20
2
185.16
2011–2012 season
DateEventSPFSTotal
26 March – 1 April 2012 2012 World Championships 2
67.10
6
118.95
4
186.05
2010–2011 season
DateEventSPFSTotal
25 April – 1 May 2011 2011 World Championships 1
74.00
3
130.12
3
204.12
15–20 February 2011 2011 Four Continents Championships 1
71.41
1
128.04
1
199.45
3–5 February 2010 2011 Asian Winter Games 1
68.36
1
127.54
1
195.90
8–12 December 2010 2010–11 Grand Prix Final 2
68.63
2
121.30
2
189.93
4–7 November 2010 2010 Cup of China 1
60.62
1
116.88
1
177.50
22–24 October 2010 2010 NHK Trophy 1
67.10
1
122.27
1
189.37
2009–2010 season
DateEventSPFSTotal
22–28 March 2010 2010 World Championships 1
75.28
1
136.11
1
211.39
14–15 February 2010 2010 Winter Olympics 4
71.50
1
141.81
2
213.31
2–6 December 2009 2009–10 Grand Prix Final 4
68.04
2
133.82
2
201.86
5–8 November 2009 2009 NHK Trophy 2
67.30
1
132.35
1
199.65
22–25 October 2009 2009 Cup of Russia 1
65.40
1
125.93
1
191.33
2008–2009 season
DateEventSPFSTotal
23–29 March 2009 2009 World Championships 5
65.18
4
115.90
4
181.08
2–8 February 2009 2009 Four Continents Championships 1
65.60
1
129.34
1
194.94
10–14 December 2008 2008–09 Grand Prix Final 3
66.24
1
125.25
1
191.49
27–30 November 2008 2008 NHK Trophy 1
63.10
1
122.96
1
186.06
5–9 November 2008 2008 Cup of China 3
59.36
3
112.50
3
171.86
2007–2008 season
DateEventSPFSTotal
16–23 March 2008 2008 World Championships 5
67.87
5
119.91
5
191.33
11–17 February 2008 2008 Four Continents Championships 2
67.70
1
119.63
1
187.33
13–16 December 2007 2007–08 Grand Prix Final 3
66.68
3
118.45
3
185.13
15–18 November 2007 2007 Trophée Éric Bompard 2
64.32
2
122.61
2
186.93
7–11 November 2007 2007 Cup of China 1
65.48
1
111.27
1
176.75
25–28 October 2007 2007 Skate America 2
60.32
2
104.87
2
165.19
2006–2007 season
DateEventSPFSTotal
20–25 March 2007 2007 World Championships 3
66.75
2
121.71
2
188.46
7–10 February 2007 2007 Four Continents Championships 2
65.80
2
119.53
2
185.33
2–3 February 2007 2007 Asian Winter Games 2
65.65
2
115.82
2
181.47
9–12 November 2006 2006 Cup of China 2
62.00
2
110.56
2
172.56
2005–2006 season
DateEventSPFSTotal
19–26 March 2006 2006 World Championships 2
64.98
1
124.22
1
189.20
11–24 February 2006 2006 Winter Olympics 4
63.19
4
123.48
4
186.67
16–18 December 2005 2005–06 Grand Prix Final 6
57.94
5
110.40
6
168.34
17–20 November 2005 2005 Trophée Éric Bompard 2
62.26
2
120.38
2
182.64
2–6 November 2005 2005 Cup of China 2
58.64
2
117.82
2
176.46

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