Most of Li's experience at the World level has been as a coach, mainly working with the women and junior teams from 2003 to 2009.
He was added to the Chinese national team at the beginning of the 2009/2010 season. Some sources list him as the Lead for the team; however, the official release from the World Curling Federation lists him as the Alternate for the Chinese Olympic Team.
|2005 PCC||Xu Xiaoming||Li Hongchen||Wang Fengchun||Liu Rui||Ma Yongjun||4th (5-4)|
|2009 PCC||Wang Fengchun||Liu Rui||Xu Xiaoming||Li Hongchen||Zang Jialiang||1st (12-0)|
|2010 OG||Wang Fengchun||Liu Rui||Xu Xiaoming||Zang Jialiang||Li Hongchen||8th|
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