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Guo Lingling (born 18 August 1989 in Handan) is a Chinese Paralympic powerlifter. She won the gold medal in the women's 41 kg event at the 2020 Summer Paralympics held in Tokyo, Japan and she set a new world record of 109 kg. She won the gold medal in the women's 45 kg event at both the 2017 World Para Powerlifting Championships and 2019 World Para Powerlifting Championships. In 2017, she set a new world record of 110 kg. At the 2018 World Para Powerlifting Asia-Oceania Open Championships, she improved this world record by lifting 114 kg.

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  • Guo Lingling (born 18 August 1989 in Handan) is a Chinese Paralympic powerlifter. She won the gold medal in the women's 41 kg event at the 2020 Summer Paralympics held in Tokyo, Japan and she set a new world record of 109 kg. She won the gold medal in the women's 45 kg event at both the 2017 World Para Powerlifting Championships and 2019 World Para Powerlifting Championships. In 2017, she set a new world record of 110 kg. At the 2018 World Para Powerlifting Asia-Oceania Open Championships, she improved this world record by lifting 114 kg.
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  • Guo Lingling (born 18 August 1989 in Handan) is a Chinese Paralympic powerlifter. She won the gold medal in the women's 41 kg event at the 2020 Summer Paralympics held in Tokyo, Japan and she set a new world record of 109 kg. She won the gold medal in the women's 45 kg event at both the 2017 World Para Powerlifting Championships and 2019 World Para Powerlifting Championships. In 2017, she set a new world record of 110 kg. At the 2018 World Para Powerlifting Asia-Oceania Open Championships, she improved this world record by lifting 114 kg. At the 2019 World Championships, she set a new world record in the women's 45 kg weight class by lifting 118 kg. At the 2020 Summer Paralympics held in Tokyo, Japan, she won the gold medal in the women's 41 kg event and she set a new world record in this weight class by lifting 109 kg.
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