|Born||July 6, 1956|
Han Jian (Chinese: 韩健; born July 6, 1956 in Liaoning) is a Chinese retired badminton player in the early and mid 1980s when China first entered the International Badminton Federation (now Badminton World Federation).
He was one of the world's leading players in his era, known for his cool and steady play. In China he is nicknamed "sticky candy" (牛皮糖), owing to his much-used tactic of using long rallies to pressurize an opponent into making mistakes. Han won the 1985 IBF World Championships beating Morten Frost in the final. He also won a bronze medal at the 1983 IBF World Championships and played singles for China's world champion Thomas Cup (men's international) teams of 1982 and 1986.
|1978||Bangkok, Thailand||Yu Yaodong||11–15, 11–15|
|1979||Hangzhou, China||Tariq Wadood||15–0, 15–11|
|1983||Brøndbyhallen, Copenhagen, Denmark||Liem Swie King||9–15, 3–15|
|1985||Olympic Saddledome, Calgary, Canada||Morten Frost||14–18, 15–10, 15–8|
|1981||Stadium Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Prakash Padukone||0–15, 16–18|
|1982||Stadium Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Prakash Padukone||15–5, 15–5|
|1983||Stadium Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Hastomo Arbi||15–4, 15–13|
|1984||Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia||Yang Yang||15–12, 15–10|
|1978||Bangkok, Thailand||Liem Swie King||7–15, 11–15|
|1982||Indraprastha Indoor Stadium,
New Delhi, India
|Liem Swie King||18–16, 15–10|
The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) from 1983 to 2006.
|1984||Scandinavian Open||Morten Frost||10–15, 9–15||Runner-up|
|1985||Japan Open||Zhao Jianhua||10–15, 3–15||Runner-up|
|1985||Swedish Open||Zhao Jianhua||18–14, 1–15, 18–15||Winner|
|1985||Indonesia Open||Xu Biao||15–4, 15–3||Winner|
|1985||World Grand Prix Finals||Sze Yu||15–6, 15–3||Winner|