Grace Lin

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Grace Lin – Coach

Highlights

* Member of Chinese Women National Team, 1986-1990.
* Head coach for Women Team of Fu Jian Province, China, 1995-
1998.
* Extensive experience in developing table tennis athletes, with the
following successful students:

Ling Lin Member of Chinese Women National Team
(1995-2002). Womens Singles Champion of 2000 Asian
Championship Games. Women Singles Finalist of 2001
World Championship Games. Highest world ranking: #3
(January 2003).
Zhenyi Lin Member of Chinese Women National Team
(1997-1999
Sophia (Dan Dan) Yi Member of 2004 USA Junior Girls
Team.
Mark Wei, Jeff Huang and Steven Chan Members of 2004
USA Cadet Boys Team.
Alicia Wei Currently ranked #1 for US Girls Under 12
years old.

Education and Certification

* USATT Regional Coach Certificate, 2000.
* Bachelor of Sports Science from the Sports Training Department,
Shanghai Sports Academy, 1997.
* China Table Tennis Association Advanced Coach Certificate,
1994.

Experience

* 2001-Present, Full-time coach for San Gabriel Valley Table
Tennis Club, El Monte, California.

Coached about 60 students ranging from 6 to 70 years old,
sending three boys (Mark Wei, Jeff Huang, and Steven Chan) to
the 2004 USA Cadet Boys Team, and one girl (Sophia Yi) to the
2004 USA Junior Girls Team.

* September 1998-2000, Full-time coach for Los Angeles Table
Tennis Association.
* April 1995-May 1998, Head Coach for Women Team of Fu Jian
Province, China.

Managed and coached women athletes for Fu Jian Province Table
Tennis Association, sending Zhenyi Lin to Chinese Women
National Team. Organized a summer training camp for Chinas
junior and cadet teams in Beijing, July-August, 1997.

* May 1990-March 1995, Coach for Women Team of Fu Jian
Province, China.

Coached cadet and junior athletes for Fu Jian Province Table
Tennis Association, sending Ling Lin to Chinese Women National
Team.

* May 1986-April 1990, Member of Chinese Women National Team.
Womens Team Champion of 1986 European Championship
Games. Womens Singles Champion of 1988 China-Japan
Championship Games.

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