Wei Xiaoyuan (Chinese: 韦筱圆, born 2004) is a Chinese artistic gymnast. She is a three-time Junior World Championships medalist (two-time silver and one-time bronze medalist).
In February Wei competed at the WOGA Classic in the United States where she placed thirteenth in the all-around but recorded the third highest score on balance beam. In April she competed at the 2018 City of Jesolo Trophy in Italy where she placed seventh on the balance beam and helped China place fifth in the team competition. The following month Wei competed at the Chinese Championships where she placed fourteenth in the all-around and her team placed eleventh. In June Wei competed at the Chinese Junior National Championships where she finished second in the 14 and under division behind Guan Chenchen. During event finals she won silver on uneven bars behind Wang Jingying, finished seventh on balance beam, but won gold on floor exercise.
In March Wei competed at the 2019 City of Jesolo Trophy where she placed fifth in the all-around, on balance beam, and on floor exercise and placed seventh on uneven bars. In May she competed at the Chinese Championships where she placed tenth in the all-around. Wei was later selected to represent China at the inaugural Junior World Championships alongside Ou Yushan and Guan Chenchen. While there she helped China finish second in team final, behind Russia and ahead of the United States. Individually Wei finished sixth in the all-around but won silver on balance beam and bronze on uneven bars. She finished the season competing at the Chinese National Youth Games where she won gold in the all-around and on uneven bars, silver on floor exercise behind Ou, bronze in the team final, and she finished seventh on balance beam.
In late January it was announced that Wei would make her senior debut at the Stuttgart World Cup taking place in March. She was replaced by Zhou Ruiyu; however the Stuttgart World Cup was later canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic in Germany.
|City of Jesolo Trophy||5||7|
|Junior National Championships||7|
|2019||City of Jesolo Trophy||5||7||5||5|
|Junior World Championships||6|
|National Youth Games||7|