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NY Islanders make history by selecting first Chinese-born player in NHL Draft, Andong Song

Andong Song (photo courtesy NHL Public Relations, NHLmedia.com)

 

Most fans of hockey probably don’t know if there is hockey being played in China.

There must be some potential hockey players coming out of that country because the New York Islanders just selected an up-and-coming star in the recent draft.

Andong Song, a 6’0” forward who was born in Beijing, became the first Chinese-born player selected in the NHL Draft when the Islanders picked him in the sixth round (172nd overall).

“I am the first,” he said. “Hopefully what I want to do is rally people behind me. Not focus on myself but do something good for Chinese hockey.”

The 18-year-old Song, who is Beijing, China, says he patterns his game after Nicklas Lidstrom, former star defenseman of the Detroit Red Wings.

The Islanders noticed Song playing at Lawrenceville School in New Jersey. In 26 games this past season, he scored 7 goals with 26 assists and 33 points.

Song says he wants to play for an NCAA hockey team. He is expected to enroll in a prep school during the 2015-16 season.

 

Germans unseat China’s run of titles in men’s diving

(photo by Ichthyosis via wikipedia commons)

Germany has halted China’s run of championships at the world swimming championships.

In Barcelona, Spain the German pair of Sascha Klein and Patrick Hausding won the gold medal in the men’s synchronized 10-meter platform.

That win by Germany ended the three consecutive title run by China in the tournament.

Guan Tianlang will not play in U.S. Open

Guan Tianlang (courtesy Masters Tournament)

The newest golfing phenom, Guan Tianlang, has announced that he will not try to qualify for the United States Open.

The United States Golf Association informed the media that the 14-year-old from China has withdrawn from the sectional qualifier on June 3 in Dallas, Texas.

Guan informed the USGA shortly after he received a sponsor’s exemption to play in the Memorial Tournament, which ends on June 2.

The USGA had offered to move Guan’s qualifier to help with travel logisitics, but the teenager declined the invitation.

 

WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN: Li Na’s new coach pays dividends

Angelique Kerber, Li Na (photo credit Sam Fahmi

China’s Li Na has been in four finals on the WTA Tour this year, including Montreal two weeks ago and has lost.

Li Na (photo credit Sam Fahmi)

But in Cincinnati last week, she finally won to earn a check for $385.000 and became at age 30, the oldest woman to win the tournament across the street from Kings Island amusement park at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.

Li Na, who also goes by Na Li, rallied from a very poor start to run talented German Angelique Kerber off the tennis court, 1-6, 6-3, 6-1 in the final round.

A coaching change has certainly helped Li Na. She recently began working with Carlos Rodriguez, the former coach for Justine Henin.

Angelique Kerber (photo credit Sam Fahmi)

Li Na won the French Open in 2011.

Currently ranked in the world at #9, Li Na has won 73.31% of her matches with a record of 432-162 and has 6 WTA titles to her credit.

Jeremy Lin getting ready to host basketball camp in China this month

 

New Houston Rockets guard Jeremy Lin says he hopes to get young players’ more enthusiastic about the game of basketball when he hosts a four-day camp.

The popular NBA star has the camp planned for later this month in southern China.

Jeremy Lin (photo by Gary King via wikipedia commons)

In a press conference a couple of days ago in Beijing, Lin says he is expecting at least 80 kids to attend the camp.

Lin is a very huge draw because of his Asian heritage in the homeland of former NBA star Yao Ming, a former Houston Rockets center.

 

Info compiled from Radio & TV news

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