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Jianan Wang

Jianan Wang, Undergraduate Student of the School of Sports Science and Physical Education, is a team member of National and Jiangsu Province Field and Track Team. Jianan Wang is the Record-holder of National Youths' Long Jumps. He is named as "National Top-notch Player of Decathlon" and "International Top-notch Player of Long Jump". Jianan Wang won the Third Place for long jump in IAAF Diamond League Shanghai Stop and the Third Place for long jump in World Athletics Championships, both in 2015. He is the first Asian athlete to be amongst the top three for long jump in World Athletics Championships.

 

Changning Zhang

Changning Zhang, Undergraduate Student of the School of Sports Science and Physical Education, is now in service as a player for China's Women's Volleyball Team. In March, 2015, she was listed in China's Women's Volleyball Team, and in May the same year, they won the championship in Asian Women's Volleyball Championships. In the season of 2015 to 2016 for the National Women's Volleyball League, Changning Zhang stands at the top of the scoresheet with 603 points, of which 499 are attacks (highest in China), 51 are serving (highest in China), 53 are blocks (sixth in China). In 2016, she helped Chinese women's volleyball team win gold at Rio Olympics.

 

Haojie Lu

Haojie Chen is a member of the national weightlifting team.In 2012, he took the crown with a total score of 375 kilograms in the National Men’s Weightlifting Championship which was also served as the trial for the London Olympics Games. He also broke the world record with a snatch result of 175 kilograms. In the men’s 77-kilogram weightlifting event of the National Championship, Haojie Chen took the first place with a snatch result of 167 kilograms. In the National Men’s Weightlifting Championship which was also served as the trial for the London Olympics Games, he won the first place with a snatch result of 175 kilograms in the 77-kilogram event. He broke the national and the world record. He won the silver medal in the men’s 77-kilogram weightlifting at the London Olympic Games.

 

Ruoqi Hui

Ruoqi Hui, graduate student of the school of Sports Science and Physical Education, is the outside hitter and captain of Chinese Women national volleyball team. Her key sporting highlights include a gold medal at 2015 Asian Women’ s Volleyball Championship, a silver medal at World Women Volleyball Championship and a gold medal at 2016 Montreux Volley Masters. In 2016, Ruoqi Hui and Changning Zhang helped Chinese women's volleyball team win gold at Rio Olympics.

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