The National Speed ​​Skating Stadium is expected to officially open to the public during the May Day holiday

April 17, Beijing, 2022 One of the Winter Olympics competition venues, the National Speed ​​Skating Stadium, has opened for the second internal test, and is expected to officially open to the public during the May Day holiday.

The National Speed ​​Skating Oval is also known as the “Ice Ribbon”. The design concept of the “Ice Ribbon” comes from an ice and The creative combination of speed, the 22 ribbons are like the traces of athletes sliding over, symbolizing speed and passion.

The National Speed ​​Skating Stadium is located at No. 2, Lincui Road, near the Olympic Park, Chaoyang District, Beijing. Newly built ice competition arena.

On April 17, the Beijing Winter Olympic Village was opened to the public for the first time after the game , the first group of visitors are the builders and their families of the Winter Olympic Village. Many visitors also put on ice skates and walked on the ice to experience the “fastest ice” that set a world record and 10 Winter Olympic records during the Beijing Winter Olympics.

Children experience gliding on ice

Children visit the “Ice Ribbon” of the soldiers in the field “Model

Wu Xiaonan, Director of the National Speed ​​Skating Stadium Venue Operation Team Said, “Today is the second time the National Speed ​​Skating Hall is open for internal testing. Last week, we opened the doors to builders such as construction units and design units. This time, we opened the door and invited the staff inside and outside the closed loop during the Winter Olympics. Let them bring their families and experience the charm of this iconic Beijing Winter Olympics ice arena in the venue.”

It is understood that, The National Speed ​​Skating Hall will continue to improve its internal facilities and according to the epidemic prevention arrangements, it is expected to officially open to the public during the May Day holiday.

Visitors take a group photo with the emblem of the Beijing East Olympic Games in the museum

A man on the Olympic podium to experience the awarding experience

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