Coach: Jack Huang
How long have you been playing: 7+ years
How did you get involved in the sport? Grandparents
Highest Rating to date? Highest rating 2355 at 10 year old
What are your Goals in the sport? To become US Women's Champion and attend the Olympic game on behalf of United States
- 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Team Trials Winner & North America Olympic Trial Qualifier
- 2016 U.S. National Junior Girls & Cadet Girls Team Member
- 2015 U.S. National Championships – Cadet Girls’ Team Trials Silver Medalist & Junior Girls Team Trials Silver Medalist
- 2015 World Junior Championships – Junior Girls Team Bronze Medalist
- 2015 U.S. Open – Cadet Girls Champion, Junior Girls Team Trials 1st Place & Cadet Girls Team Trials 1st Place
- 2015 U.S. National Junior & Cadet Girls Team Member
- 2014 U.S. National Championships – Women’s Singles Silver Medalist, Women’s 21 & Under Gold Medalist, Women’s Doubles Bronze Medalist, Junior Girls Bronze Medalist, Cadet Girls Silver Medalist, Junior Girls Team Bronze Medalist (MDTTC)
- 2014 World Cadet Challenge – Girls Doubles Quarterfinalist, Girls Teams 4th Place, North American Team Member
- 2014 USA World Team Member
- 2014 ITTF North American Championships – Junior Girls Singles Champion & Junior Girls Teams Champion
- 2014 ITTF North America Cup – Women’s Singles Runner-up
- 2014 U.S. National Women’s Team & Cadet Girls Team Member
- Butterfly 2014 Canadian Junior & Cadet Open – Cadet Girls Singles & Cadet Girls Team Gold Medalist
- 2013 U.S. National Championships – 21 & Under Women’s Singles Gold, Junior Girls Team Event Gold, Women’s Singles Quarterfinalist & Mixed Doubles Quarterfinalist
- 2013 South Shore Sports Butterfly Open / Nate Wasserman Junior Championships – Girls U-18, U-15 & U-13 Champion
- 2013 ITTF Hopes ITTF World Hopes Team Member
- 2013 ITTF Hopes Challenge – Girls Singles Silver Medalist & Team Silver Medalist
- 2013 ITTF Hopes Program Member
- 2013 ITTF North America Cup, Hopes Challenge – Girls Singles Champion
- 2012 USA Junior & Cadet Open – Cadet Girls Doubles Champion
- 2012 U.S. National Cadet Girls Team Member
- 2012 U.S. National Mini Cadet Girls Team Member
- 2011 U.S. National Championship – Girls’ 10 & Under Singles Runner-up
- 2011 Eastern Open – Under22 Women’s Champion
- 2010 U.S. National Championship – Girls’ 10 & Under Singles Runner-up
Markham Once Again City to Decide Olympic Games Fortunes
Ian Marshall/ITTF Feb. 24, 2016
Success for Wu Yue of the United States in the Women’s Singles event at the 2015 Pan American Games in Markham, Toronto secured her place in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
11 Questions with Paul Shih and Yun Fan
USATT Feb. 23, 2016
USATT Insider poses 11 questions to Paul Shih and Yun Fan.
11 Questions with Richard Perez
USATT Feb. 16, 2016
USATT Insider poses 11 questions to Richard Perez.
U.S. table tennis players, 13 and 14 years old, have shot at Rio Olympics
Nick Zaccardi/NBC Sports Feb. 09, 2016
Every U.S. Olympian since 1996 has been age 15 or older. That may change this year.
Meet The Six U.S. Athletes Who Won Olympic Trials For Table Tennis
Brandon Penny Feb. 07, 2016
The group ranges in age from 13 to 42 and includes three Olympians, one of whom is a Youth Olympic medalist.
Former Marylander Crystal Wang reaches North American table tennis trials
Balrimore Sun/Associated Press Feb. 06, 2016
Teenagers Crystal Wang and Kanak Jha won qualifying tournaments Saturday night on the final day of the U.S. Olympic table tennis trials, putting them into position to compete for Olympic berths.
Teens Wang, Jha advance at US table tennis trials
Associated Press Feb. 06, 2016
Teenagers Crystal Wang and Kanak Jha won qualifying tournaments Saturday night on the final day of the U.S. Open table tennis trials.
Crystal Wang Interview
Butterfly Table Tennis Jan. 22, 2016
Crystal Wang, 2016 U.S. Junior Girls Team Member & 2016 U.S. Cadet Girls Team Member, was interviewed by Barbara Wei at the 2015 U.S. National Table Tennis Championships.
Ten Out of Ten for United States, Once Again Surprise Semi-Finalists
Ian Marshall/ITTF Dec. 01, 2015
One year ago in Shanghai, against all expectations the United States, the no.10 seeds, clinched the bronze medal in the Girls’ Team event; the crucial contest being the last eight duel against Korea when a three-nil win was recorded.
Impressive on Opening Day; United States Causes Second Stage Upset
Ian Marshall/ITTF Nov. 30, 2015
Against the odds, the trio comprising Crystal Wang, Prachi Jha and Amy Wang, the no.10 seeds, overcame the Russian outfit formed by Maria Taylakova, Maria Malanina and Anastasia Kolish, the no.4 seeds.
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