China women's national rugby sevens team

Last updated
China
Union Chinese Rugby Football Association
Coach(es)Hong Jun Zheng
Hui Xu (Assistant Coach)
World Cup Sevens
Appearances3 (First in 2009 )
Best result9th (2009)

The Chinese women's national sevens rugby union team are currently the Asian women's sevens champions. [1] China qualified for the 2020 Olympics at the 2019 Asia Rugby Women's Sevens Olympic Qualifying Tournament. [2]

Contents

Tournament History

Rugby World Cup Sevens

Rugby World Cup Sevens
YearRoundPositionPldWLD
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg 2009 Bowl Winners9th6420
Flag of Russia.svg 2013 Bowl Semifinalists11th5140
Flag of the United States.svg 2018 Challenge Trophy Semifinalists12th4130
Total0 Titles3/315690

Summer Olympics

Olympic Games record
YearRoundPositionPldWLD
Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Did Not Qualify
Flag of Japan.svg 2020 Qualified
Total0 Titles1/2----

Asian Games

Asian Games
YearRoundPositionPldWLD
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2010 FinalSilver medal icon.svg6510
Flag of South Korea.svg 2014 FinalGold medal icon.svg6600
Flag of Indonesia.svg 2018 FinalSilver medal icon.svg6510
Total1 Title3/3181620

Current Squad

Previous Squads

The Final 2016 Women's Olympic Qualification Tournament, which took place on 25–26 June 2016 in Ireland, was an event which would determine the 12th and last team to play at Rio 2016. China’s team was coached by Lu XIAOHUI. [3]

Squad to the 2014 China Women's Sevens. [4]

2014 Squad
Yao Jiyan ● Sun Tingting ● Zhao Wenqing ● Yu Xiaoming ● Chen Ming ● Zhou Jiaxin ● Liu Yang ● Chen Keyi ● Guan Qishi ● Sun Shichao ● Zhao Xinqi ● Yang Min

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