In 2001, a Liu Xiang appearance in the East Asian games and World University Games helped the young track phenom to gold medals, igniting what would become an impressive career for the young Chinese athlete. The following years included featured Xiang appearances in the IAAF Super Grand Prix and Asian Championships in Athletics, where Xiang continued to bring home championships.
An expert in 110m hurdles, Liu won gold medals in the 2004 Olympics, 2007 World Championships, and the 2002 and 2006 Asian Games. There was also a Liu Xiang appearance in the 60m hurdles of the World Indoor Championships, where he won gold, silver, and bronze medals.
Xiang was expected to compete as one of the favorites in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in front of his home country crowd. However, an injury derailed his campaign to keep the gold in China.
**Liu Xiang Speaker**
As the first Chinese athlete to achieve the “triple crown” of athletics, a Liu Xiang speaker appearance can talk about his experience as a World Record Holder, World Champion, and Olympic Champion.
**Liu Xiang Appearance**
Any Liu Xiang appearance on the track is known for his low profile but spectacular athleticism, which has helped him become one of the most popular athletes in China.
**Liu Xiang Endorsement**
As a young athletic superstar, a Liu Xiang endorsement became the object of a bidding war between commercial a number of major sponsors. These days, the list of Liu Xiang endorsement deals include Nutrilite, Nike, Coca Cola, and Cadillac. There was also a Liu Xiang appearance on the Asian edition of Time magazine. He appeared on the cover featuring the 2008 Olympic Game with the title, “Liu Xiang and 99 More Athletes to Watch.”
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