Shi Haoyu

Full Name Shi Haoyu (石浩屿)
Nation People’s Republic of China
Birthdate October 14, 2001
Status Active
Social Media Weibo

Two-time World Champion (2023)… Three-time World bronze medalist… Made history for the country by being the first male swimmer to compete in the mixed duet event at the 2017 FINA World Championships… Competed in four World Championships (2017, 2019, 2022, 2023)… Gold medalist at the 2023 Asian Games… Two-time silver medalist at the FINA Junior World Championships in 2018.

2023: Earned gold in acrobatic team and free mixed duet as well as bronze in technical mixed duet at the World Championships… Won gold in team at the Asian Games… Also competed in three World Cup legs – Markham (1G), Montpellier (1G, 1B) and Oviedo (1G).

2022: Won two bronze in technical and free mixed duet at the World Championships… Partnered with Zhang Yiyao once again.

2021Did not compete internationally.

2020Did not compete internationally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.

2019: Partnered with Zhang Yayi in tech and Cheng Wentao in free mixed duets… Placed fifth in tech and sixth in free at the world championships… Competed in three world series stop – Kazan, Tokyo and Quebec City – as part of the mixed duet.

2018: Partnered with Zhang Yiyao…Won silver in technical and free mixed duet at the junior world championships… Placed fourth in technical mixed duet and fifth in free mixed duet at the French Open… Won gold in both at the China Open.

2017: Competed in the free mixed duet events at worlds with Sheng Shuwen…Finished eighth… Won gold in free mixed duet at the China Open.

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