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Huang Meishun

Full name: Huang Meishun
Original name: 黄 美顺
Other name(s): Wong Mee-Shun, 黃美順
Nickname(s): The Tank
Gender: Male
Height: 14-4 (172 cm)
Weight: 159 lbs (72 kg)
Born: November 6, 1907 in Canton, Guangdong, China
Affiliations: SCAA, Hong Kong (HKG)
Country: CHN China
Sport: Football

Biography

Huang Meishun came from Guangzhou to Hong Kong as a teenager to play for the South China Athletic Association as a center. Even though he was already listed for the Chinese squad at the 1925 Far Eastern Games, he was still playing in the Third Division. During the 1929-30 season, he was finally installed in the First Division team. Subsequently he mostly played in the mid-field, but also spent time as an inside-right. In 1934 Huang played in the Far Eastern Games. Shortly after his participation in the Olympics he was suspended for one year because of a serious foul. His only known later appearance was in 1938 as inside-right against a visiting English team. Afterwards, he mysteriously disappeared. Rumors say that he might have been captured or killed by the Japanese. There is no information about his fate, however, even though his family still lives in Hong Kong.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1936 Summer 28 Berlin Football Men's Football China CHN 9T

Men's Football

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result G YC RC
1936 Summer 28 Berlin Football China CHN Final Standings 9T 1936-08-03 0 0 0
1936 Summer 28 Berlin Football China CHN Round One Match #8 2 1936-08-06 GBR 2, CHN 0 0
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