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Lu Minjia was born on 29 December, 1992 in Chinese, is a Chinese long jumper. At 28 years old, Lu Minjia height not available right now. We will update Lu Minjia's height soon as possible.
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|Age||28 years old|
|Born||29 December 1992|
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Lu Minjia Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Lu Minjia worth at the age of 28 years old? Lu Minjia’s income source is mostly from being a successful Jumper. She is from Chinese. We have estimated Lu Minjia's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Jumper|
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Building on her silver from four years earlier, on home soil in Wuhan Lu won the long jump title at the 2015 Asian Athletics Championships by a five-centimetre margin over South Korea's Jung Soon-ok.
Lu returned to action in the 2014 season with her first appearance at the Shanghai Diamond League (coming tenth) and a third-place finish at the IAAF World Challenge Beijing. She was chosen as Asia's representative at the 2014 IAAF Continental Cup, finishing seventh, and placed sixth at the 2014 Asian Games. With her season's best of 6.57 m (21 ft 6 ⁄2 in) she ranked in the top fifty globally that year and was joint best Asian athlete alongside her compatriot Jiang Yanfei.
She won her first senior title at the 2012 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships, beating Kazakhstan's Anastassya Kudinova to the gold. Turning to the outdoor track and field circuit, she missed the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix meeting, but made her IAAF Diamond League at the Prefontaine Classic in the United States, finishing tenth. Her best of the year came at the Kanchanaburi leg of the Asian Athletics Grand Prix, at which she jumped 6.64 m (21 ft 9 ⁄4 in) to win ahead of India's Johny. She was herself beaten into second at the following leg in Bangkok by Uzbek Juliya Tarasova. She struggled the following year, failing to register a mark beyond six metres, and lost her title at the 12th National Games of China by ending the contest in eleventh place.
At the start of the 2011 indoor season she set an indoor best of 6.58 m (21 ft 7 in) to win in Nanjing. Going into the outdoor season, she was runner-up on countback to Japan's Saeko Okayama at the Golden Grand Prix in Kawasaki. Her outdoor best that year came in national competition in Jinan, where she won with a jump of 6.54 m (21 ft 5 ⁄4 in). She was close to this at the 2011 Asian Athletics Championships, a mark of 6.52 m (21 ft 4 ⁄2 in) being the best of her series, and was ahead of Okayama but beaten into second place by Mayookha Johny. Afterwards, she defended her national title at the Chinese Championships.
Lu represented her country at the Asian Games in 2010 and 2014, and has also represented the Asia-Pacific region at the IAAF Continental Cup (2014). She was the winner of the long jump at the 2009 National Games of China.
She made her global senior debut at the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships, still seventeen years old, and set an indoor best of 6.25 m (20 ft 6 in) in qualifying. She had her season's best jump of 6.47 m (21 ft 2 ⁄2 in) at the 2010 Asian Junior Athletics Championships, where she comfortably won the gold medal. She also shared in the 4×100 metres relay silver medal with Chen Lin, Jiang Shan, and Wu Shuijiao (having been upgraded from bronze after Kazakhstan was disqualified). In her last major performance of the year, she placed sixth at the 2010 Asian Games, clearing 6.36 m (20 ft 10 ⁄4 in) which was 17 cm short of Jung Soon-ok's winning result. Lu won her first national title at the Chinese Athletics Championships that year.
Lu established herself at national level in 2008 when she won the Chinese Olympic trials event, improving a personal best by a large margin with a jump of 6.44 m (21 ft 1 ⁄2 in). At fifteen, she was the youngest athlete in the field and defeated Asian indoor champion Chen Yaling, but had not performed well enough to earn qualification. She was the world's number one ranked long jumper in the youth category in 2009 and claimed the gold medal at the 2009 World Youth Championships in Athletics with a jump of 6.22 m (20 ft 4 ⁄4 in). She again defeated Chen in Chinese competition, winning the 2009 Chinese Games title with an Asian youth record mark of 6.74 m (22 ft 1 ⁄4 in). In her first senior international competition she performed less well, but still managed a bronze medal at 2009 East Asian Games while Chen was the winner. She was the second highest ranked Asian woman that year, after Korea's Jung Soon-ok.
Lu Minjia (born 29 December 1992) is a Chinese female track and field athlete who competes in the long jump. She was the 2009 World Youth Champion and set an Asian youth record of 6.74 m (22 ft 1 ⁄4 in) that same year. After an Asian Junior title, she was runner-up at the 2011 Asian Athletics Championships. She won gold medals at the 2012 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships and the 2015 Asian Athletics Championships.