China women's national volleyball team


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as of August 2017 Uniforms
Home Away Third
Summer Olympics Appearances 9 First in 1984 Best result 1984, 2004, 2016 World Championship Appearances 13 First in 1956 Best result 1982, 1986 World Cup Appearances 10 First in 1977 Best result 1981, 1985, 2003, 2015 wwwvolleyballorgcn in Chinese China women's national volleyball team
Medal record
Olympic Games
1984 Los Angeles Team
2004 Athens Team
2016 Rio de Janeiro Team
1996 Atlanta Team
1988 Seoul Team
2008 Beijing Team
World Championship
1982 Peru
1986 Czechoslovakia
1990 China
1998 Japan
2014 Italy
World Cup
1981 Japan
1985 Japan
2003 Japan
2015 Japan
1991 Japan
1989 Japan
1995 Japan
2011 Japan
World Grand Champions Cup
2001 Japan
2017 Japan
1993 Japan
2005 Japan
FIVB World Grand Prix
2003 Andria
1993 Hong Kong
2001 Macau
2002 Hong Kong
2007 Ningbo
2013 Sapporo
1994 Shanghai
1999 Yuxi
2005 Sendai
Asian Games
1982 New Delhi Team
1986 Seoul Team
1990 Beijing Team
1998 Bangkok Team
2002 Busan Team
2006 Doha Team
2010 Guangzhou Team
1978 Bangkok Team
1994 Hiroshima Team
2014 Incheon Team
1974 Tehran Team
Asian Championship
1979 Hong Kong
1987 Shanghai
1989 Hong Kong
1991 Bangkok
1993 Shanghai
1995 Chiang Mai
1997 Manila
1999 Hong Kong
2001 Nakhon Ratchasima
2003 Ho Chi Minh City
2005 Taicang
2011 Taipei
2015 Tianjin
1983 Fukuoka
2007 Nakhon Ratchasima
2009 Hanoi
1975 Melbourne
Asian Cup
2008 Nakhon Ratchasima
2010 Taicang
2014 Shenzhen
2016 Vĩnh Phúc
2012 Almaty

The China women's national volleyball team Chinese: 中国女排 represents the People's Republic of China in international volleyball competitions and friendly matches They are one of the leading squads in women's international volleyball, having won the World Cup four times 1981, 1985, 2003 and 2015, World Championship twice 1982, 1986 and Olympic Game titles three times 1984, 2004 and 2016 The current head coach is Lang Ping, executive coach is An Jiajie The team currently ranks the first place in the FIVB World Ranking

China took five consecutive World titles in the 1980s Although it experienced an unstable development in the 1990s, the team won the World Cup title in 2003 and 2015, also captured the gold medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics and 2016 Summer Olympics In 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016, the Chinese women's volleyball team had won four times the "Best team" award in the CCTV sportsmanship competition

Culturally, women's volleyball fielded the first ever Chinese team to be successful on a global scale, and was of great importance in the early 1980s, when the team was largely followed in China In the early 1980s, China was still poor and much in need of development to improve people's lives, with hard-working and fighting spirit, the Chinese women's volleyball team won three and five consecutive championships, such achievement became the role model and pride of the Chinese and was also the symbol of China's economic take-off in the 80s

Contents

  • 1 Statistics
  • 2 Results
    • 21 Olympic Games
    • 22 World Championship
    • 23 World Cup
    • 24 World Grand Champions Cup
    • 25 World Grand Prix
    • 26 Asian Games
    • 27 Asian Championship
    • 28 Asian Cup
  • 3 Team
    • 31 Current roster
    • 32 1994 squad
    • 33 Head coaches
    • 34 Notable squads
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Statistics

Updated after 2017 World Grand Champions Cup

Competition Total
Olympic Games 3 1 2 6
World Championship 2 3 0 5
World Cup 4 1 3 8
World Grand Champions Cup 2 1 1 4
World Grand Prix 1 5 3 9
Asian Games 7 3 1 11
Asian Championship 13 3 1 17
Asian Cup 4 1 0 5
Universiade 6 2 2 10
Total 42 20 13 75

Results

Olympic Games

  • 1984 — Gold Medal Zhang Rongfang, Hou Yuzhu, Yang Xiaojun, Yang Xilan, Zhu Ling, Zheng Meizhu, Su Huijuan, Lang Ping, Li Yanjun, Zhou Xiaolan, Liang Yan and Jiang Ying Head Coach: Yuan Weimin
  • 1988 — Bronze Medal Yang Xilan, Hou Yuzhu, Yang Xiaojun, Wu Dan, Jiang Ying, Zheng Meizhu, Su Huijuan, Li Guojun, Zhao Hong, Wang Yajun, Cui Yongmei and Li Yueming Head Coach: Li Yaoxian
  • 1992 — 7th place Li Guojun, Gao Lin, Chen Fengqin, Wu Dan, Ma Fang, Lai Yawen, Su Huijuan, Wang Yi, Li Yueming, Sun Yue, Su Liqun and Zhou Hong Head Coach: Hu Jin
  • 1996 — Silver Medal Lai Yawen , Li Yan, Cui Yongmei, Zhu Yunying, Wu Yongmei, Wang Yi, He Qi, Pan Wenli, Liu Xiaoning, Wang Ziling, Sun Yue and Wang Lina Head Coach: Lang Ping
  • 2000 — 5th place Wu Dan, Li Yan, Zhu Yunying, Wu Yongmei, Li Shan, He Qi, Chen Jing, Sun Yue, Qiu Aihua, Gui Chaoran, Wang Lina and Yin Yin Head Coach: Hu Jin
  • 2004 — Gold Medal Feng Kun , Yang Hao, Liu Yanan, Li Shan, Zhou Suhong, Zhao Ruirui, Zhang Yuehong, Chen Jing, Song Nina, Wang Lina, Zhang Na and Zhang Ping Head Coach: Chen Zhonghe
  • 2008 — Bronze Medal Wang Yimei, Feng Kun , Yang Hao, Liu Yanan, Wei Qiuyue, Xu Yunli, Zhou Suhong, Zhao Ruirui, Xue Ming, Li Juan, Ma Yunwen and Zhang Na Head Coach: Chen Zhonghe
  • 2012 — 5th place Wang Yimei, Mi Yang, Hui Ruoqi, Chu Jinling, Zhang Xian, Wei Qiuyue , Yang Junjing, Shan Danna, Xu Yunli, Zeng Chunlei, Ma Yunwen and Zhang Lei Head Coach: Yu Juemin
  • 2016 — Gold Medal Yuan Xinyue, Zhu Ting, Yang Fangxu, Gong Xiangyu, Wei Qiuyue, Zhang Changning, Lin Li, Ding Xia, Yan Ni, Liu Xiaotong, Xu Yunli and Hui Ruoqi Head Coach: Lang Ping

World Championship

  • 1956 — 6th place
  • 1962 — 9th place
  • 1974 — 14th place
  • 1978 — 6th place
  • 1982 — Gold Medal
  • 1986 — Gold Medal
  • 1990 — Silver Medal
  • 1994 — 8th place
  • 1998 — Silver Medal
  • 2002 — 4th place Zhang Jing, Feng Kun , Yang Hao, Liu Yanan, Li Shan, Zhou Suhong, Zhao Ruirui, Zhang Yuehong, Chen Jing, Song Nina, Li Ying and Xiong Zi Head Coach: Chen Zhonghe
  • 2006 — 5th place Wang Yimei, Feng Kun , Yang Hao, Liu Yanan, Chu Jinling, Li Shan, Zhou Suhong, Li Juan, Song Nina, Zhang Na, Xu Yunli and Zhang Ping Head Coach: Chen Zhonghe
  • 2010 — 10th place Wang Yimei, Zhang Lei, Yang Jie, Shen Jingsi, Chu Jinling, Zhou Suhong, Wei Qiuyue , Li Juan, Xu Yunli, Xue Ming, Ma Yunwen and Zhang Xian Head Coach: Yu Juemin
  • 2014 — Silver Medal Yuan Xinyue, Zhu Ting, Yang Fangxu, Shen Jingsi, Yang Junjing, Wei Qiuyue, Zeng Chunlei, Liu Xiaotong, Shan Danna, Xu Yunli, Hui Ruoqi , Chen Zhan, Wang Huimin, Wang Na Head Coach: Lang Ping
  • 2018 — Qualified

World Cup

  • 1977 — 4th place
  • 1981 — Gold Medal Cao Huiying, Liang Yan, Lang Ping, Zhou Xiaolan, Yang Xi, Sun Jinfang , Chen Zhaodi, Zhou Lumin, Zhu Ling, Chen Yaqiong, Zhang Rongfang, Zhang Jieyun Head Coach: Yuan Weimin
  • 1985 — Gold Medal Lang Ping , Liang Yan, Hou Yuzhu, Zhou Xiaolan, Yin Qin, Yang Xilan, Su Huijuan, Jiang Ying, Li Yanjun, Yang Xiaojun, Zheng Meizhu, Wu Dan, Lin Guoqing Head Coach: Deng Ruozeng
  • 1989 — Bronze Medal
  • 1991 — Silver Medal
  • 1995 — Bronze Medal
  • 1999 — 5th place Gui Chaoran, Zhu Yunying, Wu Yongmei, Li Shan, He Qi, Chen Jing, Sun Yue, Qiu Aihua, Zhou Suhong, Wang Lina, Lin Wenzhen and Yin Yin Head Coach: Hu Jin
  • 2003 — Gold Medal Chen Jing, Feng Kun , Li Shan, Liu Yanan, Song Nina, Wang Lina, Yang Hao, Zhang Na, Zhang Ping, Zhang Yuehong, Zhao Ruirui and Zhou Suhong Head Coach: Chen Zhonghe
  • 2007 — Did not participate 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics host country cannot participate
  • 2011 — Bronze Medal Wang Yimei, Mi Yang, Yang Jie, Hui Ruoqi, Zhang Xian, Wei Qiuyue , Yang Junjing, Shan Danna, Xu Yunli, Yang Zhou, Chen Liyi, Ma Yunwen, Zhang Lei, and Fan Linlin Head Coach: Yu Juemin
  • 2015 — Gold Medal Yuan Xinyue, Zhu Ting, Shen Jingsi, Yang Junjing, Wei Qiuyue, Zeng Chunlei , Zhang Changning, Zhang Xiaoya, Lin Li, Ding Xia, Yan Ni, Wang Mengjie, Liu Yanhan, and Liu Xiaotong Head Coach: Lang Ping

World Grand Champions Cup

  • 1993 — Silver Medal
  • 1997 — 4th place
  • 2001 — Gold Medal Zhang Jing, Feng Kun, Yang Hao, Liu Yanan, Li Shan, Zhou Suhong, Zhao Ruirui, Zhang Yuehong, Chen Jing, Song Nina, Xiong Zi, Lin Hanying Head Coach: Chen Zhonghe
  • 2005 — Bronze Medal Wang Yimei, Feng Kun, Yang Hao, Liu Yanan, Chu Jinling, Zhou Suhong, Xue Ming, Li Juan, Song Nina, Ma Yunwen, Zhang Na, Zhang Ping Head Coach: Chen Zhonghe
  • 2017 — Gold Medal Yuan Xinyue, Zhu Ting , Gong Xiangyu, Diao Linyu, Yao Di, Zhang Changning, Liu Xiaotong, Zheng Yixin, Wang Chenyue, Lin Li, Ding Xia, Wang Mengjie, Yan Ni, Zeng Chunlei Head Coach: An Jiajie

World Grand Prix

  • 1993 — Silver Medal
  • 1994 — Bronze Medal
  • 1995 — 4th place
  • 1996 — 4th place
  • 1997 — 5th place
  • 1998 — 4th place
  • 1999 — Bronze Medal
  • 2000 — 4th place
  • 2001 — Silver Medal
  • 2002 — Silver Medal
  • 2003 — Gold Medal
  • 2004 — 5th place
  • 2005 — Bronze Medal
  • 2006 — 5th place
  • 2007 — Silver Medal
  • 2008 — 5th place
  • 2009 — 5th place
  • 2010 — 4th place
  • 2011 — 8th place
  • 2012 — 5th place
  • 2013 — Silver Medal
  • 2014 — 5th place
  • 2015 — 4th place
  • 2016 — 5th place
  • 2017 — 4th place

Asian Games

  • 1974 — Bronze Medal
  • 1978 — Silver Medal
  • 1982 — Gold Medal
  • 1986 — Gold Medal
  • 1990 — Gold Medal
  • 1994 — Silver Medal
  • 1998 — Gold Medal
  • 2002 — Gold Medal
  • 2006 — Gold Medal
  • 2010 — Gold Medal
  • 2014 — Silver Medal
  • 2018 — To be determined

Asian Championship

  • 1975 — Bronze Medal
  • 1979 — Gold Medal
  • 1983 — Silver Medal
  • 1987 — Gold Medal
  • 1989 — Gold Medal
  • 1991 — Gold Medal
  • 1993 — Gold Medal
  • 1995 — Gold Medal
  • 1997 — Gold Medal
  • 1999 — Gold Medal
  • 2001 — Gold Medal
  • 2003 — Gold Medal
  • 2005 — Gold Medal
  • 2007 — Silver Medal
  • 2009 — Silver Medal
  • 2011 — Gold Medal
  • 2013 — 4th place
  • 2015 — Gold Medal
  • 2017 — 4th place

Asian Cup

  • 2008 — Gold Medal
  • 2010 — Gold Medal
  • 2012 — Silver Medal
  • 2014 — Gold Medal
  • 2016 — Gold Medal
  • 2018 — To be determined

Team

Current roster

The following is the Chinese roster in the 2017 FIVB World Grand Championship Cup

Head coach: Lang Ping

No Name Date of birth Height Weight Spike Block 2017–18 club
01 !1 Xinyue, YuanYuan Xinyue 000000001996-12-21-000021 December 1996 201 m 6 ft 7 in 78 kg 172 lb 317 cm 125 in 311 cm 122 in Bayi Shenzhen
02 !2 Ting, ZhuZhu Ting 000000001994-11-29-000029 November 1994 198 m 6 ft 6 in 78 kg 172 lb 327 cm 129 in 300 cm 120 in Vakıfbank Sports Club
06 !6 Xiangyu, GongGong Xiangyu 000000001997-04-21-000021 April 1997 186 m 6 ft 1 in 72 kg 159 lb 313 cm 123 in 302 cm 119 in Jiangsu Zenith Steel
07 !7 Linyu, DiaoDiao Linyu 000000001994-04-07-00007 April 1994 182 m 6 ft 0 in 69 kg 152 lb 309 cm 122 in 303 cm 119 in Jiangsu Zenith Steel
08 !8 Di, YaoYao Di 000000001992-08-15-000015 August 1992 182 m 6 ft 0 in 65 kg 143 lb 306 cm 120 in 298 cm 117 in Tianjin Bohai Bank
09 !9 Changning, ZhangZhang Changning 000000001995-11-06-00006 November 1995 193 m 6 ft 4 in 80 kg 180 lb 315 cm 124 in 303 cm 119 in Jiangsu Zenith Steel
10 !10 Xiaotong, LiuLiu Xiaotong 000000001990-02-16-000016 February 1990 188 m 6 ft 2 in 80 kg 180 lb 312 cm 123 in 300 cm 120 in Beijing BAW
12 Yixin, ZhengZheng Yixin 000000001995-05-06-00006 May 1995 187 m 6 ft 2 in 69 kg 152 lb 305 cm 120 in 300 cm 120 in Fujian Xi Meng Bao
13 Chenyue, WangWang Chenyue 000000001995-08-22-000022 August 1995 193 m 6 ft 4 in 75 kg 165 lb 305 cm 120 in 295 cm 116 in Jiangsu Zenith Steel
15 Li, LinLin Li L 000000001992-07-05-00005 July 1992 171 m 5 ft 7 in 65 kg 143 lb 294 cm 116 in 294 cm 116 in Fujian Xi Meng Bao
16 Xia, DingDing Xia 000000001990-01-13-000013 January 1990 180 m 5 ft 11 in 67 kg 148 lb 305 cm 120 in 300 cm 120 in Liaoning Seagull
18 Mengjie, WangWang Mengjie L 000000001995-11-14-000014 November 1995 172 m 5 ft 8 in 65 kg 143 lb 289 cm 114 in 280 cm 110 in Shandong
20 Ni volleyball, YanYan Ni volleyball 000000001987-03-02-00002 March 1987 192 m 6 ft 4 in 74 kg 163 lb 317 cm 125 in 306 cm 120 in Liaoning Seagull
22 Chunlei, ZengZeng Chunlei 000000001989-11-03-00003 November 1989 189 m 6 ft 2 in 67 kg 148 lb 315 cm 124 in 315 cm 124 in Volleyball Casalmaggiore

1994 squad

Head coach: Li Xiaofeng

No Name Date of birth Height 1994 club
1 Lai Yawen 090970 187 cm 6 ft 1 1⁄2 in Liaoning
3 Cui Yongmei 250169 181 cm 5 ft 11 1⁄2 in Shandong
6 Wang Yi 210573 189 cm 6 ft 2 1⁄2 in Shanghai
8 Pan Wenli 080369 183 cm 6 ft 0 in Shanghai
9 Su Liqun 161070 187 cm 6 ft 1 1⁄2 in Jiangsu
10 Wang Ziling 140172 181 cm 5 ft 11 1⁄2 in Fujian
11 Yue Sun 150373 186 cm 6 ft 1 in Jiangsu
13 Su Huijuan 030464 179 cm 5 ft 10 1⁄2 in Hebei
14 Ji Liping 291168 180 cm 5 ft 11 in Sichuan
17 Qi Lili 190471 181 cm 5 ft 11 1⁄2 in Zhejiang
18 Yan Yin 020173 185 cm 6 ft 1 in Zhejiang
2 Xiao Jianhua 290775 190 cm 6 ft 3 in Liaoning
4 Mao Julan 030174 183 cm 6 ft 0 in Jiangsu
5 Shen Lan 100170 175 cm 5 ft 9 in Jiangsu
7 Wu Yongmei 010976 186 cm 6 ft 1 in Hebei
12 Chen Xuya 210375 184 cm 6 ft 1⁄2 in Sichuan
15 Deng Yang 100775 184 cm 6 ft 1⁄2 in Jiangsu
16 He Qi 160973 180 cm 5 ft 11 in Yunnan

Head coaches

Note: The following list may not be complete

  • Li Ange 1954-1956
  • Hou Weiyi 1956,1959-1962
  • Qian Jiaxiang 1957
  • He Bingkun 1958,1965
  • Que Yongwu 1963-1964
  • Ma Zhanyuan 1966
  • Wang Suyun 1972
  • Xu Jie 1972
  • Li Zongyong 1972-1974
  • Han Yunbo 1975
  • Yuan Weimin 1976-1984
  • Deng Ruozeng 1985
  • Zhang Rongfang 1986
  • Li Yaoxian 1987-1988
  • Hu Jin 1989-1992,1999-2000
  • Li Xiaofeng 1993-1994
  • Lang Ping 1995-1998,2013-
  • Chen Zhonghe 2001-2008
  • Cai Bin 2009
  • Wang Baoquan 2010
  • Yu Juemin 2010-2012
  • An Jiajie interim 2017-

Notable squads

References

  1. ^ "Women Volleyball XII World Championship 1994 Sao Paulo BRA 17-3010 Winner Cuba" todor66com Archived from the original on 3 March 2016 Retrieved 30 November 2015 

External links

  • Official website
  • FIVB profile


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