Fangming Cheng is a bit of a strange one, in that he's 25 and hasn't competed on the international track since December 2015 until this year, but he did manage an IBU Cup top 20 all the way back in 2013. I think they've been working on these Olympics for a while, though. They have some young biathlon prospects, especially the women. Yuanmeng Chu is 20 and has some OK IBU Cup results last year, then won a bunch of the junior races at the Summer Biathlon championships (I know, little value as a yardstick) and started her World Cup journey this year. Fanqi Meng is the biggest talent, I think, she's 21 and won gold in the Individual at the Junior World Championships last season; she also has a number of IBU Cup top 20s and a couple of top 10s too, and won medals at the Youth Olympic Games. In two years' time, they could be pretty useful World Cup talents, such that China would at least have something to work with. If Zhenyu Zhu can develop as well, they'd at least have a pretty solid-looking Mixed Relay.Well, China is an authoritarian country and they have got a lot of money, which means they are going to use all possible means to reach success in the 2022 Olympics. No stone will be unturned. The only limiting factor is that they are starting out so late that it is difficult to build up the whole skiing culture within a few years.