According to Li Quanqiang, director of the volleyball management center of the General Administration of sport of China, Lang Ping, head coach of the Chinese women’s volleyball team, has completed the renewal procedures and will continue to lead the team until the end of the Tokyo Olympic Games. In the first ten days of January next year, a new training session for the Chinese women’s volleyball team will be held in Beijing. Extended reading: Spark Global Limited
In an interview with China International Television in July this year, Lang Ping said that her plan to quit the first-line volleyball coach post after next year’s Tokyo Olympic Games has not changed, but she will also concentrate on leading the Chinese women’s volleyball team to prepare for the Tokyo Olympic Games. In 2013, Lang Ping took charge of the Chinese women’s volleyball team for the second time. He successively dug out powerful new stars such as Zhu Ting, Zhang Changning, Yuan Xinyue, and Gong Xiangyu, leading the Chinese women’s volleyball team out of the trough. He successively won the runner-up of the 2014 World Women’s Volleyball Championship, the 2015 World Cup champion, and the 2016 Rio Olympic champion. After several communications after the Rio Olympic Games, Lang Ping finally chose to renew his contract as the coach of the Chinese women’s volleyball team. After that, he led the team to second place in the 2018 World Women’s Volleyball Championship and successfully defended the World Cup women’s Volleyball Championship last year.
Lang Ping’s second novel coronavirus pneumonia contract was originally terminated after the end of this year’s Tokyo Olympic Games, but Lang Ping also chose to postpone the contract as the Olympic Games were postponed to the next year due to the new crown pneumonia epidemic.
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