"Jenny" Lang Ping (Chinese: 郎平; pinyin: Láng Píng; born 10 December 1960) is a former Chinese volleyball player and the current head coach of China women's national volleyball team. She was the former head coach of the United States women's national volleyball team , herself being the MVP of women volleyball in 1984 Olympics .
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LANG Ping. There is little doubt that Lang Ping is one of volleyball's greats. The Tianjin-born "Iron Hammer" won two Women's World Cups, one World Championship, and an Olympic Games gold medal as a player before becoming a widely-celebrated coach. When she led the Chinese women's team to gold at Rio 2016, she became the first person to win gold as both a player and a coach.
Chinese volleyball legend Lang Ping said on Wednesday that she has resigned as the head coach of China's national women's volleyball team. Lang confirmed last year that she would retire as head coach following the Tokyo Olympics. "Whether it is perfect or not, I will hand over the team and bid farewell," Lang said. "Looking back on my volleyball career, I feel satisfied and happy." "I will visit Suzhou to sweep the tomb for my mom," she added.
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Lang Ping, (born December 10, 1960, Beijing, China), volleyball player and coach who was the lead spiker on the Chinese national teams that dominated women’s international volleyball in the early 1980s. Known as the “Iron Hammer,” she was revered for her elegant athleticism, fierce spiking, and tactical brilliance.
Lang Ping is a former Chinese professional Volleyball Player and currently serving as the head coach of the Chinese National Team. Lang ping is widely famous for her incredible career as Volleyball Player. Early Life Lang Ping was born on 10th December 1960 in Tianjin,
Imaginechina. Head coach Lang Ping hugs players after the game between China and Argentina in Group B at the Tokyo Olympic Games in Tokyo on August 2, 2021. China's legendary volleyball player and coach Lang Ping, known as the "Iron Hammer" for her fierce spiking, said today she has resigned as the head coach of Chinese women's volleyball team, which saw its worst performance in nearly 40 years at the Tokyo Olympics.
TOKYO, Aug. 3 (Xinhua) -- Chinese women's volleyball team's head coach Jenny Lang Ping noted again she would probably quit from the post after Tokyo 2020 when she for the first time revealed ...
In what appeared to be a teary sendoff for Chinese women's volleyball coach Lang Ping, the defending champions bowed out of Tokyo Olympics after being knocked out at the group stage despite a 3-0 win over Argentina in its last group game on Monday.
Chinese volleyball legend Lang Ping is the first person to have won gold at the Olympics both as a player and as a coach when she guided the Chinese women's ...