|Born||5 November 1968|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
Huang Zhanzhong (simplified Chinese: 黄展忠; traditional Chinese: 黃展忠; born 5 November 1968) is a Chinese badminton player. He won the men's doubles title at the 1995 Asian Cup, and was part of Chinese team that won the 1990 Asian Games and 1995 Sudirman Cup. Huang competed in the men's doubles tournament at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Huang is a Wenzhou, Zhejiang natives, who started to know sport since he was in elementary school. His skills were discovered during a badminton talent identification program by Zhejiang province team in 1979, when he was 11 years old. Although he started the training from the basics, Huang immediately shown a good progress in the men's doubles, and then after won some national tournaments, he was selected to join national team in Beijing in 1989.
Huang reached his first Grand Prix tournament finals at the 1989 China Open with his partner Zheng Yumin, but the duo defeated by Malaysian pair Jalani and Razif Sidek in rubber games. He later helps Chinese team won the 1989 Asian Championships held in Shanghai, beating Indonesian team 5–0, then the men's team event at the 1990 Asian Games defeating Malaysian team 5–0.
In 1991, Huang reached four Grand Prix tournament finals in Finland, Singapore, China, and Hong Kong, and then won his first title in Denmark Open. Huang and Zheng Yumin were qualified to compete at the World Grand Prix Finals, advanced to final round, but lost again to Jalani and Razif Sidek of Malaysia. In December 1991, he and Zheng also won a bronze medal at the Asian Cup after lost the semifinals match to Rexy Mainaky and Ricky Subagja of Indonesia.
In 1992, Huang won a silver medal at the Asian Championships in the men's doubles event with Zheng Yumin. Unfortunately, he and Zheng failed to qualified at the 1992 Summer Olympics, since their points were not enough to be able to take part at that Games. He then could not give his best in the rest tournament after the Olympic Games, without a single title, only finished as finalists in Hong Kong and Thailand Open.
In 1993, Huang won his second Grand Prix men's doubles title at the Korea Open with Zheng Yumin. He then participated at the East Asian Games held in Shanghai, won a gold in the men's team and a silver medal in the men's doubles with Liu Di. In 1994, he won the China Open with his new partner Jiang Xin, and won bronze medals at Asian Championships and Asian Games. In 1995, he and Jiang Xin won the Asian Cup, China Open, Thailand Open, and was a member of Chinese winning team at the Sudirman Cup.
After retired from the national team, he works as a coach in Zhejiang team.
|1994||Tsuru Memorial Gymnasium, Hiroshima, Japan||Jiang Xin|| Cheah Soon Kit
Soo Beng Kiang
|1992||Cheras Indoor Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Zheng Yumin|| Jalani Sidek
|1994||Shanghai Gymnasium, Shanghai, China||Jiang Xin|| Tan Kim Her
Yap Kim Hock
|1995||Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium, Beijing, China||Jiang Xin|| Cheah Soon Kit
Yap Kim Hock
|15–7, 8–15, 7–15||Silver|
|1991||Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia||Zheng Yumin|| Rexy Mainaky
|1995||Xinxing Gymnasium, Qingdao, China||Jiang Xin|| Cheah Soon Kit
Yap Kim Hock
East Asian Games
|1993||Shanghai, China||Liu Di|| Jiang Xin
IBF World Grand Prix
The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) since from 1983 to 2006.
|1989||China Open||Zheng Yumin|| Jalani Sidek
|15–9, 14–17, 12–15||Runner-up|
|1991||Finnish Open||Zheng Yumin|| Chen Hongyong
|15–10, 12–15, 12–15||Runner-up|
|1991||Singapore Open||Zheng Yumin|| Kim Moon-soo
|1991||Denmark Open||Zheng Yumin|| Kim Moon-soo
|1991||China Open||Zheng Yumin|| Li Yongbo
|1991||Hong Kong Open||Zheng Yumin|| Lee Sang-bok
|15–7, 8–15, 11–15||Runner-up|
|1991||World Grand Prix Finals||Zheng Yumin|| Jalani Sidek
|10–15, 15–12, 14–18||Runner-up|
|1992||Hong Kong Open||Zheng Yumin|| Rexy Mainaky
|1992||Thailand Open||Zheng Yumin|| Rexy Mainaky
|9–15, 15–12, 11–15||Runner-up|
|1993||Korea Open||Zheng Yumin|| Jon Holst-Christensen
|5–15, 15–10, 15–8||Winner|
|1994||China Open||Jiang Xin|| Tan Kim Her
Yap Kim Hock
|1995||U.S. Open||Jiang Xin|| Rudy Gunawan
|1995||China Open||Jiang Xin|| Jon Holst-Christensen
|1995||Thailand Open||Jiang Xin|| Cheah Soon Kit
Yap Kim Hock
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