|Who is it?||Former Taekwondo Athlete & Olympic Gold Medalist|
|Birth Day||June 10, 1976|
|Birth Place||Tehran, Iranian|
|Age||44 YEARS OLD|
|Other political affiliations||Reformists Coalition (2006)|
|Alma mater||Islamic Azad University|
|Medal record Olympic Games 2004 Athens 68 kg 2008 Beijing 80 kg 2000 Sydney 68 kg World Championships 1999 Edmonton 72 kg 2005 Madrid 72 kg 2003 Garmisch-Partenkirchen 72 kg 2007 Beijing 72 kg Asian Games 2002 Busan 72 kg 2006 Doha 72 kg Asian Championships 2006 Bangkok 72 kg 2002 Amman 72 kg West Asian Games 1997 Tehran 70 kg Olympic GamesWorld ChampionshipsAsian GamesAsian ChampionshipsWest Asian Games||2004 Athens68 kg2008 Beijing80 kg2000 Sydney68 kg1999 Edmonton72 kg2005 Madrid72 kg2003 Garmisch-Partenkirchen72 kg2007 Beijing72 kg2002 Busan72 kg2006 Doha72 kg2006 Bangkok72 kg2002 Amman72 kg1997 Tehran70 kg|
By winning his gold medal, Saei ensured that Iran was leaving Beijing with a better result than their poor showing at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London, where they received only one bronze medal. Full results of Iran's medals in the history of the Summer Olympic games can be found in the 'Medal tables' in Iran at the Olympics.
Saei officially ended his career as a Tae Kwon Do athlete on November 8, 2008 (18 Aban 1387).
He has been practicing Tae Kwon Do since he was six years old. Having previously competed in Lightweight (67–72 kg), he is the 1999 World Champion and 2003 World Championship silver medalist. When the Iranian town of Bam was devastated in the 2003 earthquake, Saei put his medals on auction to raise money for the victims.
Hadi Saei starring in the TV series Amin directed by Manuchehr Hadi in 2015.