Dr. Jin Wang is a professor at Kennesaw State University and Dr. Wang’s expertise is in the areas of sport psychology and motor learning (sport technical training). Dr. Wang has published a soccer book and an applied motor learning book (accepted for publication), over 60 papers in national and international refereed journals. He has made over 130 presentations from state to international conferences, congresses and conventions. He is currently a registered sport psychology consultant for the United States Olympic Committee, certified sport psychology consultant for the Association of Applied Sport Psychology, and Fellow of the Research Consortium of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Currently, he is chair-elect of Sport Psychology commission Committee of National Association of Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) of American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD). He is a member of editorial board, and reviewer for seven international and national refereed journals. Since 2000, Dr. Wang has worked with many Chinese Olympic teams including Chinese Olympic Women’s Soccer Teams, Free-Style Skiing Aero-Jump teams, and Chinese professional soccer teams. Dr. Wang has given the clinics in the areas of sport psychological and sport technical training for many other countries including Jamaica, Costa Rica, China, Japan, and Egypt. Dr. Wang has helped the athletes achieve the Olympic gold and silver medals in the 2006, 2010 Winter Olympic Games and the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. To share Dr. Wang’s expertise to our profession, he was a keynote speaker at the Sport Psychology Summit of the U.S. Olympic Committee and was a keynote speaker at the Chinese Olympic and Professional Soccer Coaches of the Chinese Olympic Committee, and an invited speaker for the Association of Applied Sport Psychology and the International Conference of Soccer and Science, among others. Athletically, Dr. Wang was a professional soccer player in China before and was a successful collegiate soccer coach who brought two teams to the successes in the U.S. Due to Dr. Wang’s personal athletic experience and his sport science background, he has been able to integrate sport theory to practice. For doing so, Dr. Wang’s presentations and clinics are always very effective and have received a great attention by Olympic and professional teams in the areas of sport psychology and high-level sport skill training. Many international sport organizations and research centers from Brazil, Argentina, France, England, Spain, China, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Russia, Italy and other countries seek Dr. Wang’s consultations. Dr. Wang has also assumed numerous leadership roles at international organizations including Director of Sport Psychology Commission of the International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER.SD) and Chair of the Sport Psychology Division of the Asia-Pacific Association of Exercise and Sport Science. As Director and Chair of these organizations, Dr. Wang has successfully organized sport psychology symposiums in Korea, Egypt, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and China. Psychologically, Dr. Wang’s main expertise is to help elite athletes effectively eliminate high competitive anxiety and obtain optimal psychological state for achieving peak performance. With his training, athletes can learn how to build self-confidence, enhance motivation, control of state anxiety, achieve optimal mind-set for maximizing performance, and keep concentrated for reaching athletes’ performance potentials in competition. Technically, Dr. Wang’s expertise is to help elite athletes effectively use scientific training approaches to achieve peak performance. Especially, he provides the training methods to help athletes fill the gap between practice and competition performances. Due to Dr. Wang’s accomplishment and significant contribution to our profession, he received the 2010 R. Tait McKenzie Award, one of the most significant awards, from the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD). He has also received many other international and regional awards as well. Dr. Wang’s professional activities have been published in the magazine of the Contemporary China and Chinese national TV channels and newspapers. He has been also interviewed by the Los Angeles Times and Washington Post in the U.S. for the topics of sport psychology related to Olympic Games.