|Born||January 16, 1965|
|Coached by||Dionisio Flores (1990s)|
|Now coaching||Mark Javier (2008)|
Siliman University physical education instructor and Philippine national archery coach, Dionisio Flores encouraged Chan to take up archery. Before then, Chan was more into basketball and tennis but was convinced since she was told that archery is a sport she could play by herself. Chan trained for eight months before participating at the National Open which gave her a chance to compete in the Southeast Asian Games. According to World Archery, She took up archery in 1989 and debuted for her country in 1990.
At the 2000 Summer Olympics, Jennifer Chan competed in the women's individual event. She conceded a 143-160 defeat to a Turkish competitor in the first round and finish with a ranking of 59th out of 64 competitors. She then coached Mark Javier who competed in the Archery at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
She won the gold medal at the women’s individual compound event at the 2009 Southeast Asian Games winning 115-112 over Aung Ngeain. Her 2009 participation was supposed to be her last though she participated in the 2011, 2015, and 2017 editions. She won a silver in women's individual in 2011 and a bronze in the women's team event in 2015.
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