|Birth Day||October 10, 1990|
|Birth Place||Shenzhen, China, China|
|Age||30 YEARS OLD|
|Height||165 cm (5 ft 5 in)|
|Coached by||Hu Zhengguan|
|Medal record Paralympic athletics Representing China Paralympic Games 2012 London 100 m - T12 2016 Rio 4 × 100 m – T11-13 2012 London 200 m - T12 2016 Rio de Janeiro 200 m - T12 IPC World Championships 2013 Lyon 100 m - T12 2015 Doha 100 m relay - T11-13 Asian Para Games 2014 Incheon 100 m - T12 2014 Incheon 4x100 m relay - T11-13 2014 Incheon 400 m - T11/12 Paralympic athleticsRepresenting ChinaParalympic GamesIPC World ChampionshipsAsian Para Games||2012 London100 m - T122016 Rio4 × 100 m – T11-132012 London200 m - T122016 Rio de Janeiro200 m - T122013 Lyon100 m - T122015 Doha100 m relay - T11-132014 Incheon100 m - T122014 Incheon4x100 m relay - T11-132014 Incheon400 m - T11/12|
Zhou was born in Ulanqab in Inner Mongolia in 1990 with poor eyesight. She was discovered in Dongguan in 2009 where she was working as a masseuse. Luo Jinhui from the local disable association identified her athletic stature and suggested she could make a better living as an athlete. By 2011 she was able to become a professional after taking medals at the national paragames. She did not compete a lot in international events until just before the 2012 Paralympics where she took two gold medals in Croatia at 100 and 200 metres.
Zhou won two medals at her first Summer Paralympics, the 2012 London Games, including the gold medal in the women's 100m sprint. Here she set a new world record of 12.05 seconds in the T12 event. The time was so quick that this would place her in the top women in the world irrespective of her disability. She is also a World Championships and Asian Games medalists, winning five medals over four tournaments. At the 2014 Asian Para Games she set an Asian record in the 400m T12 sprint with a time of 58.45.