Team China will feature two-time Olympic hurdler Xie Wenjun who is also a three-time national champion. The team features a number of young prodigies including pole-vaulter Xue Changrui who came six in Rio and Olympic javelin thrower Liu Shiying.
Gao Ze (sprints), Lin Renkeng (sprints), Zhang Ruixuan (sprints) Guo Zhongze (sprints), Yang Lei (sprints), Xie Wenjun (hurdles), Gao Tongyou (middle distance), Ma Junyi (middle distance), Xu Pengcheng (middle distance), Xue Changrui (pole vault),
Zhang Yaoguang (jumps), Liu Qizhen (javelin) Chad Perris (para-athletics)
Ma Mi (sprints), Xie Zeru (sprints), Huang Jiaxin (sprints), Fu Na (sprints), Li Meijiao (sprints), Deng Ru (hurdles), Li Meizhen (middle distance), Zhang He (middle distance), Zhang Xiaoqian (middle distance), Torita Isaac (para-athletics), Li Chaoqun (pole vault), Zhou Xiaoxue (jumps), Liu Shiying (javelin)
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