Geng Lijuan

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Geng Lijuan
Full name Geng Lijuan
Nationality  China  Canada
Born January 15th, 1963
Long lu, He bei Province, China
Height 5’2’’(157cm)
Weight 123 lbs (56kg)

Geng Lijuan is a female Chinese-Canadian table tennis player.[1] Lijuan is 4 times World Champion, former World #1 and member of the Chinese National Team. She moved to Canada in 1989 and has represented Canada internationally including the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games. Her illustrious career include winning numerous international Open tournaments such as the French Open, US Open, Italian Open, German Open, multi gold medalist at the Pan American Games and many times Canadian and North American Champion. Lijuan has always had a passion for table tennis, and so, after she stopped competing she has created the Geng Table Tennis Academy. Jimmy Pintea, Sonia Qin, Andrea Liu, Ly Quan Li, Shannon Zheng have all worked with Lijuan in the past at the Geng Table Tennis Academy. In 2010 Lijuan was the coach of the National Team players at the National Training Center in Ottawa. She is the founder of Geng Table Tennis Academy (GTTA).

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