Beijing 2022; National Cross-Country Centre

Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Zhangjiakou
  • Capacity: 10,000
  • Olympic sports: Cross-Country Skiing, Nordic Combined (Cross-Country Skiing)
  • Paralympic sports: –

 

 

Location

 

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Beijing 2022; Genting Snow Park

Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Zhangjiakou
  • Capacity: 7,500
  • Olympic sports: Skiing (Freestyle Skiing: Aerials, Moguls, Ski Cross, Halfpipe, Slopestyle. Snowboard: Parallel Giant Slalom, Cross, Halfpipe, Slopestyle)
  • Paralympic sports: Para Snowboard
  • Post-Games use: Venue for competitive sports and recreational sports.

 

 

Detailed venue information

  • Genting Snow Park A & M Stadium
    • Freestyle Skiing – Moguls
    • Freestyle Skiing – Aerials
    • Freestyle Skiing – Mixed Team Aerials
  • Genting Snow Park H & S Stadium
    • Freestyle Skiing – Slopestyle
    • Freestyle Skiing – Halfpipe
    • Snowboard – Slopestyle
    • Snowboard – Halfpipe
  • Genting Snow Park P & X Stadium
    • Freestyle Skiing – Ski Cross
    • Snowboard – Parallel Giant Slalom
    • Snowboard – Snowboard Cross

 

Location

 

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Beijing 2022; National Alpine Skiing Centre

Facts & Figures

  • Capacity: 8,500
  • Olympic sports: Skiing (Alpine Skiing)
  • Paralympic sports: Para Alpine Skiing
  • Post-Games use: Alpine skiiing and other outdoor sports.
  • Other facts: 7 ski courses, with a total length of 21km and a vertical fall up to 900m.

 

Location

 

Detailed venue information

  • Yanqing National Alpine Skiing Centre – Speed
    • Alpine Skiing – Downhill
    • Alpine Skiing – Super-G
    • Alpine Skiing – Alpine Combined (Downhill)
  • Yanqing National Alpine Skiing Centre – Technical
    • Alpine Skiing – Giant Slalom
    • Alpine Skiing – Slalom
    • Alpine Skiing – Alpine Combined (Slalom)
    • Alpine Skiing – Mixed Team Parrallel

 

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Beijing 2022; National Sliding Centre

 

Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Yanqing
  • Architect: Atelier Li Xinggang
  • Year completed: 2021
  • Type: New
  • Capacity: 10,000
  • Olympic sports: Bobsleigh, Skeleton, Luge
  • Paralympic sports: –
  • Post-Games use: High-level events.
  • Other facts: 1,975 meters long with 16 angled curves. Maximum design speed of 134,4km/h.

 

 

Location

 

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Beijing 2022; Big Air Shougang

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Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Beijing
  • Architect: TeamMinus
  • Year completed: 2019
  • Type: New
  • Capacity: 4,912
  • Olympic sports: Skiing (Freestyle Skiing: Big Air. Snowboard: Big Air)
  • Paralympic sports: –
  • Post-Games use: Venue for Snowboard and Freestyle Skiing Big Air competitions. Used by the public for recreational purposes.
  • Other facts: Constructed on top of a former steel mill. The world’s first permanent Big Air structure.

 

Location

 

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Beijing 2022; Capital Indoor Stadium

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Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Beijing
  • Year completed: 1968
  • Type: Existing
  • Capacity: 18,000
  • Olympic sports: Short Track Speed Skating, Figure Skating
  • Paralympic sports: –
  • Post-Games use: Training venue for national teams. Winter sports experience centre open to the public.
  • Other facts: Also used as venue at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

 

Location

 

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Beijing 2022; National Speed Skating Oval

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Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Beijing
  • Architect: Populous
  • Year completed: 2021
  • Type: New
  • Capacity: 12,000 (8,000 permanent + 4,000 temporary)
  • Olympic sports: Speed Skating
  • Paralympic sports: –
  • Post-Games use: ISU Excellence Centre. Multi-purpose ice centre.
  • Other facts: Built on the location of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Green Hockey Field and the Olympic Green Archery Field.

 

Location

 

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Beijing 2022; Wukesong Sports Centre

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Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Beijing
  • Architect: Gu Yonghui
  • Year completed: 2008
  • Type: Existing
  • Capacity: 17,000
  • Olympic sports: Ice Hockey (Women’s Tournament)
  • Paralympic sports: –
  • Post-Games use: Cultural, sports, leisure and entertainment complex.
  • Other facts: Also used as venue at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

 

Location

 

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Beijing 2022; National Indoor Stadium

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Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Beijing
  • Architect: Beijing Institute of Technology Design + Glöckner Architekten
  • Year completed: 2007
  • Type: Existing
  • Capacity: 18,000
  • Olympic sports: Ice Hockey (Men’s Tournament)
  • Paralympic sports: Para Ice Hockey
  • Post-Games use: Large-scale cultural and sporting events.
  • Other facts: Also used as venue at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

 

Location

 

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Beijing 2022; National Aquatics Centre

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Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Beijing
  • Architect: PTW Architects
  • Year completed: 2008
  • Type: Existing
  • Capacity: 4,500
  • Olympic sports: Curling
  • Paralympic sports: Wheelchair Curling
  • Post-Games use: Ice events, water events and large-scale commercial activities.
  • Other facts: Also used as venue at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

 

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