Wang Zhiyu

Wang Zhiyu (Chinese: 王智宇; pinyin: Wáng Zhìyǔ; born August 24, 1996 in Harbin)[1] is a Chinese curler.

Wang Zhiyu
Medal record
Representing  China
Pacific-Asia Curling Championships
2018 Gangeung
2019 Shenzhen

As a junior curler, Wang threw last rocks for the Chinese junior men's team at the 2017 and 2018 World Junior Curling Championships, skipping the team in 2018. In 2017, Wang, skip Yuan Ming Jie, and front end Li Hong Bo and Kang Xin Long finished with a 2-7 record. In 2018, Wang led his team of Tian Jiafeng, Wang Xiangkun and Zhang Zezhong to a 3-6 record. The team missed the playoffs in both tournaments.

After juniors, Wang joined the Chinese men's national team in 2018, playing third on the team, which was skipped by Zou Qiang. The team first played in the 2018 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships, where they won a silver medal.[2] The team qualified for the 2019 World Men's Curling Championship,[3] finishing with a 2-9 record. Wang represented China at the 2019 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships where they won a bronze medal.


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