Asiana Peng
Peng at the 2015 Romanian National Championships

Full name

Asiana Lida Peng

Country represented

Flag of Romania Romania


January 21 2000 (2000-01-21) (age 20)
Deva, Hunedoara, Transylvania, Romania

Years on National Team



CNS Cetate Deva


Cristinel Micu, Gina Gogean; Luciana Rusan Menciu, Lenuta Slabu, Ioan Coroiu, Adela Popa (former)

Current status


Asiana Lida Peng (born January 21 in Deva) is an elite Romanian gymnast. Her mother is Romanian and her father is Chinese. She trains at CNS Cetate Deva, and is coached by former World and European Champion Gina Gogean.

Featured Gymnast for December 2012

Early Life

In 2009, a Romanian magazine reported that Peng and her parents were threatening to take her to Europe or China to be trained because the Deva school couldn't provide her with a scholarship for her tuition, training and board at the school. Her mother, who is unemployed, claimed she could not afford the monthy 320 lei and was planning to take her from the school to another country who will give her a scholarship. Deva director Adrian Liga called the threat emotional blackmail, and claimed that the school was powerless financially to help. The matter has since been resolved.

Junior Career


Peng competed at the Romanian School Nationals, winning balance beam gold, team and uneven bars silver, and placed eighth in the all-around. She won another team silver at the Romanian "Little Girls" Nationals, and placed fourth on bars, fifth on beam, and ninth in the all-around.

Peng made her international debut at the Alden Adria Cup in Austria, winning bronze in the all-around. She also swept the DKMT Cup, and won floor exercise gold, all-around silver, vault and uneven bars bronze, and placed fifth on balance beam at the Krstic & Dzelatovic Memorial.

Peng competed at the Romanian School Nationals, winning vault silver and all-around, uneven bars, and floor exercise bronze, and went on to win all-around bronze at the Alden Adria Cup.


Peng competed at the Romanian School Nationals, winning team gold, all-around silver, vault and balance beam bronze, and placing fifth on bars and sixth on floor. At the Romanian Junior Individual Nationals, she won all-around, uneven bars, and floor exercise gold and vault and balance beam silver medals. At the Romanian Nationals in November, she helped her team place first in the team final, and won a bronze medal on floor exercise.


That year, Peng competed at the Nadia Comaneci Invitational, placing fifth in the all-around and eighth with her team. Later that year, she competed at the Romanian Nationals in September, placing fourth with her team, sixth on bars, and ninth in the all-around. She went on to compete at the Romanian Junior Nationals in October, winning silver on floor, and placing fifth in the all-around, sixth on beam, and eighth on bars.


In early March, she was named to the Romanian team for the City of Jesolo Trophy.[1] She won silver with the Romanian team, but didn't have her best day individually, and placed twenty-second in the all-around. In April, she competed at a friendly meet against gymnasts from Belgium and France, winning team gold and placing eighth in the all-around.

In August, she competed at the Romanian Nationals, placing fifth on beam. In November, she competed at the Coupe Avenir, winning team, balance beam, and floor exercise gold, and placing fifth in the all-around.

Peng becomes a senior gymnast in 2016, just in time for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Medal Count

Year Event TF AA VT UB BB FX
2009Romanian School Nationals2nd82nd1st
Romanian "Little Gymnast" Nationals2nd945
2010Romanian "Little Gymnast" Nationals5845
Alpen Adria Cup3rd
DKMT Cup1st1st1st1st1st
Krstic & Dzelatovic Memorial2nd3rd3rd51st
2011Romanian School Nationals3rd2nd3rd3rd
Romanian Junior Team Nationals5
Romanian Junior Individual Nationals53rd2nd
Alpen Adria Cup3rd
Krstic & Dzelatovic Memorial53rd
2012Romanian School Nationals1st2nd3rd53rd6
Romanian Junior Team Nationals2nd3rd
Romanian Junior Individual Nationals1st2nd1st2nd1st
Romanian Nationals1st583rd
Alpen Adria Cup1st
2013Nadia Comaneci International Invitational85
Romanian Junior Team Nationals1st8
Romanian National Championships496
Romanian Junior National Championships5862nd
2014City of Jesolo Trophy2nd22
BEL-FRA-ROU Friendly1st8
Romanian National Championships5
Coupe Avenir1st51st1st


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