Tian Yuan (table tennis)

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Tian Yuan (Chinese :田原 or 田媛 [1] ; pinyin :Tián Yuán; born 12 January 1975 in Shenyang) is a Chinese-born table tennis player who competes internationally for Croatia. She competed for Croatia at the 2012 Summer Olympics reaching the second round. [2] [3]

Tian Yuan moved to Croatia in 1999. As of 2017, she lives in Varaždin, works as the coach of the Croatia women's national team, and also plays for Grand-Quevilly in the French table tennis league. [4]

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References

  1. “只要能打乒乓球,在哪儿我都愿意”专访克罗地亚国家乒乓球女队总教练田媛
  2. London 2012 archived
  3. "London 2012 - Women's Singles Table Tennis". www.olympic.org. IOC. Retrieved 24 August 2014.
  4. "Ona može sve: Trenira klub iz Hrvatske, a igra za francuski". 24sata (in Croatian). 4 October 2017. Retrieved 29 July 2018.