On September 1, Chinese volleyball hero Lang Ping announced on his personal social media that he had left the position of head coach of the Chinese women's volleyball team.

  In 2013, Lang Ping became the head coach of the Chinese women's volleyball team for the second time. In the 2016 Rio Olympics, she led the Chinese women's volleyball team to the championship. In the recent Tokyo Olympics, the Chinese women's volleyball team did not perform well and failed to qualify.

  Lang Ping stated that his first stop after leaving office was to visit Suzhou to visit the grave of his mother who died of illness a year ago.

During the epidemic last year, the Chinese women's volleyball team closed for training, and Lang Ping's mother was seriously ill in hospital. She wrote in the article: "I have no chance to accompany her well."

When I saw my mother for the last time, her mother said to Lang Ping: "Let's go, go back to eat and rest, and train tomorrow..."

  Lang Ping said when he was sweeping his mother’s grave: “I did regret not being able to successfully complete the Tokyo Olympics mission, but whether it’s perfect or not, I’m going to hand it over and say goodbye.” Looking back on his coaching career for the past eight years, Lang Ping Said that I promise to do my best every day, do my best, do my best, and have no shame in my heart.

Editor in charge: 【Luo Pan】

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