Hui Ruoqi

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Hui Ruoqi, top player of the Chinese national women's volleyball team.

Hui Ruoqi (惠若琪) is a top player of the Chinese national women's volleyball team. She won the gold medal in the Asian Championships and the third place in the World Cup in 2011. She was appointed vice captain of the national women's team in the same year.

Hui was born on March 4, 1991 in Dalian, Liaoning Province. In 1999, her whole family moved to Nanjing, Jiangsu Province due to her father's work transfer. Hui started volleyball training when she was in third grade. Entering the Nanjing No. 29 Middle School, she began to participate in municipal, provincial, and international middle school competitions. She joined the Jiangsu provincial team at the age of 15, and later joined the national team in 2008 at age 17. She made a brilliant show of her talent in international competitions in 2009. She has been a top player on the national team since 2012.

Hui is 192 centimeters tall and weighs 70 kilograms. Her slender figure, beauty, and excellent skills have made her one of the most popular volleyball players in China.

Hui's major achievements for the Chinese national women's volleyball team (2009 to present) include:

Fifth place in the World Women's Volleyball Grand Prix Finals in Tokyo, Japan, in 2009.

Fourth place in the World Women's Volleyball Grand Prix Finals in Yokohama, Japan, in 2012.

Champion in China International Women's Volleyball Tournament in Zhoushan in 2011.

Champion in China International Women's Volleyball Tournament in Beilun in 2011.

Hui Ruoqi, top player of the Chinese national women's volleyball team.

Third place in the International Women's Volleyball Tournament in Switzerland in 2011.

Champion in the President Cup in Yekaterinburg, Russia, in 2011.

Eighth place in the World Women's Volleyball Grand Prix Finals in Macau in 2011.

Champion in the 16th Asian Women's Volleyball Championships in Taipei, China.

Third place in the Women's Volleyball World Cup in Hiroshima, Japan, in 2011.

Fifth place in the World Women's Volleyball Grand Prix Finals in Ningbo, China, in 2012.

Hui's achievements for the Jiangsu provincial women's volleyball team (2006-2010) include:

Third place in 2006-2007 National Volleyball League Match.

Sixth place in 2007-2008 National Volleyball League Match.

Third place in 2008-2009 National Volleyball League Match.

Fourth place in 2009-2010 National Volleyball League Match.

Fifth place in 2011-2012 National Volleyball League Match.

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