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China tops Group I at volleyball Grand Prix HK leg

08-22-2011 09:53 BJT

Players of Chinese women's volleyball team pose for photos at the awarding ceremony in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 21, 2011. The women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session ended Sunday with China beating Poland 3-0 to be the winner of Group I. (Xinhua/Lo Ping Fai)

 

Yang Jun Jing (L) of China spikes the ball during the Group I match of
the women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session between China and Poland
at Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 21, 2011. China
won 3-0 to be the group winner. (Xinhua/Lo Ping Fai)

 

Players of China celebrate for victory during the Group I match of the women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session between China and Poland at Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 21, 2011. China won 3-0 to be the group winner. (Xinhua/Lo Ping Fai)

 

Cheerleading squad supports the team of China during the Group I match of the women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session between China and Poland at Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 21, 2011. China won 3-0 to be the group winner. (Xinhua/Lo Ping Fai)

 

Yu Juemin (C), coach of China, instructs players during the Group I match of the women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session between China and Poland at Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 21, 2011. (Xinhua/Lo Ping Fai)

 

Wang Yimei (R) of China spikes the ball during the Group I match of the women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session between China and Poland at Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 21, 2011. (Xinhua/Lo Ping Fai)

 

Wei Qiuyue, player of Chinese women's volleyball team, wins the
"Best Setter" award in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 21, 2011.
The women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session ended Sunday with
China beating Poland 3-0 to be the winner of Group I. (Xinhua/Lo Ping Fai)

 

Hui Ruoqi (C) of China blocks the ball during the Group I match
of the women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session between China
and Poland at Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong, south China, Aug.
21, 2011. China won 3-0. (Xinhua/Chen Xiaowei)

 

Hui Ruoqi, player of Chinese women's volleyball team, wins
the "Most Popular Player" award in Hong Kong, south China,
Aug. 21, 2011. The women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session
ended Sunday with China beating Poland 3-0 to be the winner
of Group I. (Xinhua/Lo Ping Fai)

 

Shan Danna (R) of China saves the ball during the Group I match of the women's World Grand Prix Hong Kong session between China and Poland at Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 21, 2011. China won 3-0. (Xinhua/Li Qiuchan)

 

 

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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