The girl who scored three goals alone to help The Chinese team turn the tables is really something


The women’s ice hockey competition at the Beijing Winter Olympic Games continued on February 4 with the world ranked 20th China taking on the world ranked 11th Denmark.China’s Lin Qiqi scored two points and had an assist in a 3-1 comeback win.At the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, the Chinese women’s ice hockey team defeated Slovakia 3-1 in the 7-8 qualifying round to finish 7th.However, China’s attempts to qualify for sochi 2014 and Pyeongchang 2018 fell short.China lost to the Czech Republic in the first game of the Winter Olympics, and this is the first time in 12 years that the Chinese women’s ice hockey team has enjoyed victory at the Winter Olympics.The long-lost victory made China’s female ice player Lin Qiqi an instant star, who scored in the final minute of the game after an assist to seal the win.The 25-year-old is helping China advance to the group stage with her outstanding performance, while attracting the attention of her legions of fans.Qi Lin was born on May 12, 1996, in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Her great-grandfather and great-grandmother were Both Chinese.When Lin took up ice hockey at age 4, following in her brother’s footsteps, she had no idea that she would one day represent China in the Winter Olympics.Photo source:After playing ice hockey since childhood, Lin soon showed her outstanding talent. In her college years, she represented the University of Connecticut in the NCAA for four seasons, scoring 42 goals, 60 assists and 102 points in 148 games. She not only grew into the team’s co-captain,He was an NCAA all-star.Since 2017, The Chinese ice hockey team has been searching the world for the right talent in preparation for the Beijing Winter Olympics, and Lin has naturally joined the team.In May 2018, Lin qiqi, a fresh college graduate, came to Shenzhen to attend the Kunlun Red Star Hockey Club’s Olympic training camp.Later, Lin joined the Shenzhen Kunlun Hongxing Vanke Sunshine Women’s ice hockey team, from a college student to a professional athlete, also began to represent China in the Olympic goal step by step.Kunlun Red Star Ice Hockey Club, based in Shenzhen, serves the women’s national ice hockey team.In the first season after its establishment, the club’s kunlun Red Star and Vanke Sunshine teams participated in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL), hoping to let more players get the chance to play in the competition, get immersed in the high-level training and competition environment, so as to quickly improve the technical and tactical level.That season, Lin scored four goals and six assists for 10 points in 28 CWHL games.In 2019, Shenzhen Kunlun Red Star officially joined the Russian Women’s Hockey League (WHL), becoming the first foreign team in the league’s history.As a result, the girls won the league championship in their first season in the Russian League, becoming not only the first Chinese team to win the professional hockey League championship, but also the first foreign team to win the championship in the history of the Russian Hockey League.As the center of the team, Lin scored 12 goals and 19 assists in 33 regular season and playoff games that season, helping her team win the WHL championship and earn a spot in the All-Star game.The following season, even though Shenzhen Kunlun Red Star failed to defend its title, Lin was still effective, scoring nine goals and 18 assists in 31 games.Born and raised abroad, Qi Has never forgotten her family’s origins.Since joining the shenzhen team, Lin Qiqi fell in love with the city of shenzhen, she also said more than once, she felt very honored to represent China to participate in the Olympics, “my whole family will as I can realize my dream and feel excited, also my grandpa, grandpa and grandma have left other relatives, they will be proud of me, will be cheering for me.”Now, the little girl who loves ice hockey has grown up, and she helped China to a precious victory with her performance.I hope Lin qiqi and her teammates continue to work hard to achieve the goal of qualifying for the group as soon as possible, and continue to write a new chapter of Chinese ice hockey!Photo credit: Qiqi Lin on social media

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