Vanke Bilingual School won
the title of “Talents’ Training Base”
The captain of the Vanke school team was appointed as
the captain of the Shanghai team
No. 8 Jason.Li
In December 2019, Shanghai Roller Skating Team Group U10 was established.
In July 2020 , Jason, the captain of the Vanke school team, was appointed as the captain of the Shanghai team and led the municipal team to the Guiyang station competition.
In the same year, Jason assisted the club in holding training camps as an assistant coach many times, and his leadership and management abilities have been fully improved and recognized!
In November 2020, Jason spoke on behalf of all the players on Shanghai team building ceremony. His words were immature but full of responsibility, which were applauded and praised by everyone present!
In the finals, captain Jason had a sudden enteritis. With the pains of his stomach, he insisted on going to the arena. It is not an ordinary final. Today, with the mission of the captain on his shoulders, he represents the VKBS and will return to campus with the championship trophy! In the match point game against the Sharks, Jason’s stomach has reached its limit. But Jason will seize all his breathing time, resting on his lap or holding his stomach if he hasn’t kicked off the ball; and even sometimes he doesn’t as active as before to get the ball though his anxious mother keeps shouting “get the ball” on the sidelines! The match point situation is even more thrilling, he deserves this MVP!
VKBS team members’ introduction
No.8 Captain Jason Li Sheng
Shanghai Municipal Champion Team, Naruto Team Forward No. 8
Shanghai Municipal Team Captain No. 8
Minhang Vanke Bilingual School Team Captain No. 8
Deputy Captain No. 56
Deputy Captain No. 56 of Vanke Bilingual School Team
No. 71 Henry
No. 65 Maodou
Inline hockey is derived from ice hockey and is an official competitive sport under the jurisdiction of the International Ice Hockey Federation. The rules are very similar to those of ice hockey, with fewer players than ice hockey, and no collisions are allowed in the game. Vanke’s bilingual after-school course of Inline hockey was first established in March, 2019. Since the beginning of the course, the team has participated in several Super Leagues and achieved good results!
Inline hockey is not only about physical strength, skills, and tactics, but also the competition between intelligence and mentality. This sport is of high coherence, tight coordination, and strong competitiveness. Whether it is sliding or running with the ball or not, it needs players to observe various changes with a wide vision and a calm mind all the time. As for its fast speed and many uncertain factors, they are incomparable with other sports.