Wang Fengchun (Chinese: 王奉春; pinyin: Wáng Fèngchūn; born February 2, 1982 in Harbin, Heilongjiang; usually referred to in the media as Fengchun Wang) is a Chinese curler. He is the skip of the national team.
|Born||February 2, 1982|
|Curling club||Harbin CC,|
|2 (2008, 2009)|
|7 (2002, 2004, 2005, |
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)
Wang was selected by the Chinese government to play the sport of curling. In China, the national team curls as their profession. By 2002, he played in his first international event- when he played third for Xu Xiaoming at the Pacific Curling Championships. The Chinese team finished fifth that year. He also played in the 2004 and 2005 Pacific Championships, finishing fourth both years before winning the bronze medal at the 2006 Pacific Championships.
In 2007, he played in his last tournament as third for Xu, when China won a bronze at the Asian Winter Games. He was promoted as skip after that. In November that year, China won the gold medal at the Pacific Curling Championships, qualifying the country for their first ever World Championships.
The 2007-08 season was a very successful season for the Chinese team, as they had a some success on the World Curling Tour. Their record at the end of the season was 16-18, and included wins against former World Champion Rick Folk and 1998 Olympic silver medallist Mike Harris.
At the 2008 World Men's Curling Championship, the Chinese team made the playoffs in their very first appearance, and among their round robin victories was a victory over Canada, skipped by World Curling Tour Champion, Kevin Martin.
Wang skipped his team to a 9th-place finish at the 2009 World Championship, highlighted with a round robin victory over the eventual champion Scotland, skipped by David Murdoch. With this result, China qualified for a spot at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
At the 2010 Winter Olympics, Wang and Liu Rui switched throwing positions in China's team lineup with Wang moving from fourth to third, and Liu moving from third to fourth. Wang remained skip while throwing third stones. After losing to Germany in their seventh match and dropping to a record of one win and six losses, Wang was replaced as skip by alternate Li Hongchen and did not play in China's last two games against the United States and Canada. China finished 8th, with a 2-7 record in round robin play.
|2002–03||Xu Xiaoming||Wang Fengchun||Zhu Yu||Liu Rui||Ma Yongjun||2002 PCC|
|2005–06||Xu Xiaoming||Li Hongchen||Wang Fengchun||Liu Rui||Ma Yongjun||2005 PCC|
|2007–08||Wang Fengchun||Liu Rui||Xu Xiaoming||Zang Jialiang||Li Dongyan||2008 WMCC|
|2008–09||Wang Fengchun||Liu Rui||Xu Xiaoming||Zang Jialiang||Chen Lu'an||2009 WMCC|
|2009–10||Liu Rui (fourth)||Wang Fengchun (skip)||Xu Xiaoming||Zang Jialiang||Li Hongchen||2010 Olympic Games|
- Colin Campbell Award – 2009