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Wang Chunlu out as short track team manager

08-16-2011 15:15 BJT

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The fallout for China's short track speed skating team is continuing following a brawl among team members last month. According to China's General Administration of Sport, team manager Wang Chunlu has been removed from her position.

According to the administration, Wang Chunlu and four-time Olympic champion Wang Meng were at the center of the incident at the team's training camp in Qingdao. Reportedly, Wang Meng punched Wang Chunlu after being blamed for not meeting curfew after a night out with five teammates.

Wang Meng has also been removed from the national team. She also suffering injuries to both hands after smashing her dorm room following the incident.

Editor:Zou Xian |Source: CNTV.CN

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