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How to adjust the number of participants in the new projects of 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games

Sihaiwang: 2022 Beijing Zhangjiakou Winter Olympic Games, the 24th Winter Olympic Games, or "Beijing Zhangjiakou Winter Olympic Games", will be jointly held in Beijing and Zhangjiakou, the people's Republic of China from February 4, 2022 to February 20, 2022. This is the first Winter Olympic Games in Chinese history.

The Executive Committee of the International Olympic Committee announced that seven new events will be added to the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games, with a total of 109 gold medals!

The seven new sub items are:

Snowmobile women's single

Mixed group relay of short track speed skating

Ski jumping mixed group

Freestyle Ski men's platform

Freestyle Ski women's platform

Freestyle skiing air skills mixed group

Snowboarding obstacle chasing mixed group

The executive committee also announced the following:

1314 women will take part in the Beijing Winter Olympics. The number of athletes accounts for 45.44%, which is the highest in the previous winter Olympics.

Women's events reached 46, accounting for 47.42%, a record high. At the same time, women athletes can participate in 58 events.

Two teams will be added to the curling mixed double event, two men and two women will be added, four players in total, and the total number of teams will reach 10.

In women's ice hockey, there are two teams, 46 women players and 10 teams in total.

The number of participants in some events has been adjusted as follows:

In winter, the number of people in both sports decreased by 20.

The number of skaters reduced by 20 and the number of skaters in speed skating reached a balance between men and women.

The number of skiing participants decreased by 41, and the number of participants in cross-country skiing, alpine skiing, freestyle skiing and snowboarding reached a balance between men and women.

Snowmobiles replaced 12 men's seats with women's seats.

The sled will be reduced by 4 people, and 5 men's seats will be replaced by women's seats to achieve the balance of men and women in single event.