Path:Sino-US>> Sports>> Sports>>

Chinese star speedskater Wang Meng's suspension lifted


Wang Meng Photo: baidu.com

Chinese short-track speedskating star Wang Meng is expected to return to competitions soon as her suspension has been lifted.

"The ban has been lifted. Now Wang is eligible to compete in both domestic and international events," Lan Li, vice director of China's Winter Sports Administrative Center, told Xinhua on Monday.

"But whether she can return to the national team depends on her form," he added.

Wang, who has four Olympic gold medals under her belt, was expelled from the national team last August for punching team manager Wang Chunlu after breaking the team curfew and coming back to the team base drunk. She was later banned from all kinds of domestic competitions including the National Winter Games in January this year.

The 27-year-old's first competitive race since last year is probably the first stop of the national speedskating championships in Harbin this month.


Touched Sympathetic Bored Angry Amused Sad Happy No comment

More Articles

    没有相关内容
About us

Rhythm Media Group is a multi-media company, operating a US-based Chinese daily newspaper, The China Press, and the paper’s website - uschinapress.com (which has mobile-app version), as well as a Beijing-based English website Sino-US.com. The group boasts 15 branch offices across the US, and a number of cultural centers focusing on culture-related business in the North America, Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Launched in September 2012, the Sino-US.com is designed to serve as a bridge between China and the US, and to keep its readership inside or outside China better informed by providing news and insights on China’s current affairs, culture, life, business, people and sports.

Our Partners

About us - Contact us - Advertise - Copyright - Terms of use - Privacy policy

Copyright © 2012 www.sino-us.com All Rights Reserved