26 September 1988 |
|Height||1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Weight||65 kg (143 lb)|
|Spike||305 cm (120 in)|
|Block||300 cm (120 in)|
|Current club||Tianjin Bridgestone|
She was part of the bronze medal winning teams at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and the silver medal winning teams at the 2007 World Grand Prix.
After a disappointed 5th place at the 2012 Summer Olympics, in 2013 she took a year off from the national team to repair her knee, missed taking part in the national team for one season and then she signed with Igtisadchi Baku in 2013-2014 season along with her former teammates Ma Yunwen and Zhang Lei. Make it her very first time to play for other club instead of Tianjin.
In 2014, she was called by Jenny Lang Ping and gained her starting position for the national team where she helped her team to win silver medal at the 2014 World Championship. After successful season with the national team, she took some time off from the domestic league and went to the United States to repair her sore knees which has been affected her for a long time with the help from Jenny Lang Ping. She came back to the national team in 2015 and was a part of the Chinese team that won gold at 2015 World Cup
In 2016, Wei participated at the 2016 Summer Olympics where her team won gold by beating Serbia 3-1 in the final and announce her retirement from the national team right away in CCTV5 after the awarding ceremony.
- 2007 Montreux Volley Masters "Best Setter"
- 2007 FIVB World Grand Prix "Best Setter"
- 2008 Asian Women's Cup Volleyball Championship "MVP"
- 2010 Montreux Volley Masters "Best Setter"
- 2010 FIVB Women's World Championship "Best Setter"
- 2011 Asian Women's Volleyball Championship "Best Server"
- China at the 2012 Summer Olympics#Volleyball
- Volleyball at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's tournament
- FIVB. "China win 26th edition of Montreux Volley Masters". Retrieved 2010-06-14.
- FIVB. "Russia repeat as world champions". Retrieved 2010-11-14.
Eleonora Lo Bianco
|Best Setter of
FIVB World Grand Prix
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