Tianjin Women's volleyball team won the championship 13 times in a row, and won the 12th league championship. The third competition in the finals of the 2019-2020 Chinese women's volleyball Super League ended in Shanghai yesterday. Led by Zhu Ting, Tianjin team beat Germany's strong aid Lipman 3-1 to return to Shanghai women's volleyball team. In five three win final contests, Tianjin Women's volleyball team won the 12th League title with a total score of 3-0. The score was 22-25, 25-16, 25-14 and 25-19 in the four innings.
Zhu Ting, player of Tianjin Bohai Bank (first from left)
So far, Tianjin Women's volleyball team has reached the top with a record of 13 consecutive victories, becoming the first team in the history of women's Volleyball League to win the championship with a total victory. The defeated Shanghai women's volleyball team is the sixth time to lose the sixth title of the league, and in the last three finals, twice ranked second. In fact, after Zhu Ting, the captain of Chinese women's volleyball team, returned from the Turkish League last year, he finally chose to join Tianjin Women's volleyball team, which is doomed to be the champion of this year's women's Volleyball League. However, although the result of Tianjin Women's volleyball team is not surprising, it is quite important for Zhu ting. Before that, Zhu Ting had not won the title of the domestic women's Volleyball League, which made her the first domestic league title in her career. In addition, Zhu Ting has won 14 gold medals above the intercontinental level, including two World Cup gold medals and one Olympic gold medal since she won the Asian Youth Championships with the Chinese women's volleyball youth team in 2012. This series of glittering medals has established Zhu Ting's status as a superstar in the world women's Volleyball.
Zhu Ting won 17 Titles: 2012 Asian Youth Championship, 2013 World Youth Championship, 2015 Asian championship, 2015 World Cup, 2016 Olympic champion, 2017 European women's volleyball Champions League, 2017 World Club Cup, 2017 grand champion, 2018 Turkish cup, 2017 Turkish Super Cup, 2018 European women's volleyball Champions League, 2018 Turkish League , 2018 Asian Games champion, 2018 World Club Cup champion, 2019 Turkish women's Volleyball League champion, 2019 women's Volleyball World Cup champion, 2019 China Women's Volleyball League champion.
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