The China women's national volleyball team ( Chinese: 中国国家女子排球队, or 中国女排 for short) represents the People's Republic of China in international volleyball competitions and friendly matches governed by Chinese Volleyball Association. They are one of the leading and most successful squads in women's international ...
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Lang Ping, coach of China's national women's volleyball team, at the Tokyo Olympics women's volleyball match between China and Argentina in Tokyo, Japan, August 2, 2021. /CFP A month ago, Lang said she would take the blame after the defending champions crashed out in the group stage at the Tokyo Olympics, its worst performance in nearly 40 years.
China's women's national volleyball team head coach Lang Ping said she has spent eight "splendid" years with the team, as it ended its campaign at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday.
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The Chinese women's volleyball team is in the competition. Poor group stage status, this is not the first time this situation has occurred. In the last Olympic Games, the Chinese team won 2 wins and 3 losses in the group stage and only advanced to the quarterfinals as the fourth in the group.
TOKYO (AP) — After winning gold in Rio de Janeiro and coming to the Olympics five years later as one of the favorites, China's women's volleyball team is just trying to win a match in Tokyo. The Chinese dropped their third straight match in pool play at the Olympics with a five-set loss to the Russian team on Thursday that dealt another big blow to China's medal chances.
This afternoon, the Chinese women’s volleyball girls also returned to China. After getting off the plane, some fans also came to pick up the plane. They still supported the Chinese women’s volleyball team and loved the Chinese women’s volleyball team. There was also a small fan who held the national flag to meet Lang Ping.
The Chinese women's volleyball team stands on top of the podium after claiming the championship title at the 2019 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Cup in Osaka, Japan, September 29, 2019. The sentiment was echoed by Chinese President Xi Jinping, who greeted Team China at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on September 30 after they returned home from a resounding triumph at the World Cup in Japan.
N° Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block World championships Olympic games Other Total Club; 1: Xinyue Yuan: 21/12/1996: 201: 78: 317: 311: 24: 8: 50: 82: Tianjin ...
Yuan Xinyue is a Chinese female volleyball player who plays as a Middle Blocker. She is a member of the China women's national volleyball team and plays for Bayi since 2014. At 2.01m, Yuan is the tallest player in the history of the Chinese Women's Volleyball Team. Her impressive height advantage allows her to have a formidable presence at the net, and she is widely considered one of the key players in the team alongside her teammates Zhu Ting and Zhang Changning.