WAG Coach Profiles

Zhu Yibin
Year started coaching @ SG: 2013
Team: Women’s Artistic Gymnastics High Performance Team 1
SG-COACH: Level 3

 

Xin Ying Ying (辛莹莹)

Year started coaching @ SG: 2016

Team: Women’s Artistic Gymnastics High Performance Team 1

Xin started off as a member of the artistic team at Liaoning province technical sports college in the People’s Republic of China in 1992 and ended off her career as an athlete at the Shenyang Institute of Physical Education Trampoline team in 2001.

She continued to pursue Gymnastics through coaching several successful teams.

 

Wang Xin
Year started coaching @ SG: 2014
Team: Women’s Artistic Gymnastics High Performance Team 2
SG-COACH: Level 2

 

Jiang Bo (姜波)

Year started coaching @ SG: 2016

Team: Women’s Artistic Gymnastics High Performance Team 2

In 1983, Jiang started his gymnastics career in the People’s Republic of China. He participated in numerous national youth competitions and won several medals as an athlete.

Jiang has been coaching gymnastics since 1996.

 

CHEN XIAO (陈晓)

Year started coaching @ SG: 2013
Team: Women’s Artistic Gymnastics High Performance Team 3
SG-COACH: Level 2

Chen’s parents decided to have him learn Artistic Gymnastics at the age of 6, hoping to improve his health through Gymnastics training. From then, Chen went on pursuing excellence in Gymnastics and is now the coach of Singapore Gymnastics’ WAG Team 3.

Chen hopes to guide more children who are talented in Gymnastics into becoming outstanding gymnasts, and see them progressively make it to the top of the awards podium. The WAG Team had been achieving top 3 positions in several local competitions.

“I enjoy seeing the happiness of these young athletes and their growing passion for Gymnastics as they slowly improve in their skills; it gives me the sense of accomplishment.”

 

ZHANG RUOPING (张若平)
Year started coaching: 2004             Year started coaching @ SG: 2012
Team: Women’s Artistic Gymnastics High Performance Team 3
SG-COACH: Level 2

Zhang started Artistic Gymnastics training when she was only 4 years-old and had competed in several National competitions in People’s Republic of China during her peak performance years as an athlete.

In her years of Gymnastics coaching, Zhang’s personal milestones reached included having coached Jiang Tong from China, who obtained 3rd place in Balance Beam at the 2006 National Youth Championships held in Yunnan, as well as leading the national team of Thailand to compete in the SEA Games and World University Games.

“Gymnastics is a multi-disciplinary sport which requires both physical and mental strengths, as well as a combination of technical precision, artistry, and creativity.”