Zhu Menghui is a competitive swimmer who represents China internationally.
2016 Olympic Games
In Rio, Zhu led of China’s 4×100 free relay (54.06) in prelims that ultimately placed 9th, just missing the final heat. She also swam the 100 free individually, where she qualified for semi finals but placed 9th (53.98) in the semis, again just missing qualifying for the final heat.
2017 World Championships
Zhu swam the 100 free individually in Budapest, qualifying for semi finals and finishing 11th (53.85) overall. She also swam the 50 free, where she again qualified for semi finals and placed 12th (24.68) overall, and on 3 of China’s relays. In the 4×100 free relay, She led off to help China place 6th overall. In the 4×100 medley relay, they were seeded as 2nd heading into finals, but were only able to finish 6th. In the 4×100 mixed medley relay, Zhu anchored China’s team to tie for bronze.
2018 Asian Games
Zhu won her first individual international medal in Jakarta, as she touched for silver in the 100 free (53:56). She also helped China to a victory in the 4×100 mixed medley relay and a silver in the 4×100 free relay.
2018 Short Course World Championships
At her home world champs in Hangzhou, Zhu helped China to 2 medals, leading off the bronze medal 4×100 free relay and anchoring the silver medal 4×100 medley relay.