The Hungarian athlete, burjan Csaba, who made insults to China, is the champion of the 5000m relay of mens short track speed skating in the Pingchang Winter Olympics. On December 2, he wrote insulting words about China on his social media.
Zhang Jing is the champion coach of the Hungarian short track team.
The incident continued to ferment on the Internet that night. Some netizens revealed that burjan Csaba made improper remarks when he went to Shanghai for the short track World Cup Shanghai station because he had waited more than one hour for the border inspection.
Zhang Jing, head coach of the Hungarian team, asked the Hungarian National Association to make a public apology in the wechat circle of friends on the 3rd because of the players humiliating behavior, and wrote: I, Zhang Jing, solemnly announced to resign as head coach of the Hungarian National short track speed skating team.
Later, surging journalists contacted Zhang Jing, who was preparing for the world cup in Shanghai. She told the surging news that burjan Csaba had been sent back to China by the team. He has been suspended and has withdrawn from the Hungarian national team.
Csaba suspected of insulting China.
As for his resignation in the circle of friends, Zhang Jing revealed that he had officially submitted his resignation to the Hungarian national team at present, I really cant accept their behavior from the heart, so I offered to resign.
Whether she has made up her mind to start the Hungarian team or not, Zhang Jing said that she has submitted her resignation, and all depends on the way the Hungarian side deals with the incident. They certainly dont want to let me go, but how to deal with it depends on their attitude.
According to Zhang Jing, the Hungarian side has realized the seriousness of the problem, as far as I know, the president of the Hungarian Skating Association will arrive in Shanghai tomorrow, and will give an open explanation of the problem.
Zhang Jing, who once represented the Chinese team in the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics, is the godmother of Hungarian short track speed skating. During her seven years in charge of Hungary team in 2012, she achieved the breakthrough of zero Olympic gold medal in Hungarian short track speed skating.