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19th Edition
5 - 28 August 2011

 
 CHN / China - Team Composition

 
Team manager HU Jin
Head coach LANG Ping
Assistant coach LAI Yawen
Doctor WEI Yongji
Therapist / trainer WANG Kai
Journalist
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Na Yin Yin N. 3/02/1988 182 65 313 300 Tianjin
  2   Ting Zhu Zhu T. 29/11/1994 195 78 327 300 Henan
  3 Ning WANG WANG N. 14/05/1994 189 60 312 303 Tianjin
  4   Na Wang Wang N. 25/02/1990 178 63 305 295 Guangdong Evergrande
  5 Jingsi Shen Shen J.S. 3/05/1989 186 75 305 294 Army
  6   Junjing Yang Yang J.J. 15/05/1989 190 70 308 300 Army
  L 7 Xian Zhang Zhang X. 16/03/1985 168 57 290 280 Guangdong Evergrande
  8   Chunlei Zeng Zeng C.L. 3/11/1989 187 67 315 315 Beijing
  9 Yimei Wang Wang Y.M. 11/01/1988 190 87 318 305 Liaoning
  10   Danna Shan Shan D.N. 8/10/1991 168 60 290 285 Zhejiang
  11 Yunli Xu Xu Y.L. 2/08/1987 195 75 325 306 Fujian
  C 12   Ruoqi Hui Hui R.Q. 4/03/1991 192 78 315 305 Guangdong Evergrande
  13 Liyi CHEN CHEN L.Y. 27/04/1989 184 75 302 290 Tianjin
  14   Lei Zhang Zhang L. 11/01/1985 181 71 316 310 Shanghai
  16 Xia Ding Ding.X 13/01/1990 180 61 305 300 Liaoning
  17   Congcong Liu Liu C.C. 8/12/1990 189 65 310 302 Army
  18 Zhan Chen Chen Z. 11/10/1990 180 65 300 295 Jiangsu
  19   Yunwen Ma Ma Y.W. 19/10/1986 190 76 315 307 Shanghai
  20 Dan Liu Liu D. 29/08/1989 180 65 305 295 Guangdong Evergrande
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

In 2010, the Chinese team won the Asian Champions Cup and the Asian Games titles, but this was offset by a disappointing 10th-place finish at the FIVB World Championship.

In 2011, the team have made some adjustments. Some veteran players were retained, but a number of new players were recruited to the team. The average age is 22 and average height is 184cm.

The goal of the team is to get a medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
The new team will inherit and carry forward the older generation`s tradition of hard work, arduous struggle and persistence in striving for success.

They will work hard to improve their skills and teamwork and try their best to become champions at the Asian Volleyball Championship in September 2011 and finish in the top three at the 2011 World Cup in Japan.

We believe that under the leadership of head coach Yu Juemin, the Chinese team will become stronger and achieve great things.

Coach profile

Yu Juemin previously played for Zhejiang, which won China’s National Championship in 1981. He played for China and took part in the 1984 Olympics, where China finished eighth. In December 1989, he became assistant coach of the Zhejiang team before moving up to head coach, leading his team to the championship in 1994. From 2001 to 2004, he was assistant coach of the Chinese men’s team, after which he moved to a similar position with the women’s national team, working with them at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where the team took the bronze medal. In August 2010, he was named head coach of the Chinese women’s team.




 
 

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