The Olympic games Beijing 2022 will be the 25th Olympic Games, an international multi-sport event that is scheduled to take place in Beijing, China, from 24 August to 8 September 2022.
The host city was announced on 31 July 2015 at the 125th IOC Session in Guatemala City, Guatemala, after defeating bids from Almaty, Kazakhstan, and Oslo, Norway.
Beijing will become the first city to ever host both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games and the third city after London (1908 and 1948) and Paris (1900 and 1924) to host the Olympics twice.
Beijing’s Bid to Host the Olympic Games
Beijing’s bid to host the Olympic games: In early 2016, Beijing was awarded by International Olympic Committee (IOC) to host the Olympic games for 2022.
The Chinese capital city competed with two other cities, namely; Almaty in Kazakhstan and Oslo in Norway.
This will be China’s third Olympics, having hosted in 2008. The city also hosted Asian Games twice (1982 and 1990).
Almaty previously had its chance at hosting back in 2007 but lost to Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Overview of Beijing
In 2008, China hosted a spectacular event of worldwide significance: The Olympics. Since then, we have been eagerly awaiting its sequel: The Olympic Games Beijing 2022.
Once again, China will host a grand international event. This time, it’s not just sports—it’s everything related to the sport! I think that these games will be better than ever before and I hope that you enjoy them as much as I do! Here are some things you should know about these games…
Many countries bid for many different Olympic events. It can take up to seven years for all of these events to be finalized by The International Olympic Committee (IOC).
However, most bids are wrapped up in two or three years; only a few get postponed until after two bid rounds have passed.
A lot of factors go into deciding where and when an event will take place but one is always paramount: what country has hosted it recently?
Venues Planned for the Olympic Games
The Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics are planned to be held in Beijing, China. The games will take place from 8th to 24th of August.
Multiple sports will take place in these two weeks, including aquatics (swimming, diving, synchronized swimming), athletics (track and field), badminton, basketball, boxing (and modern pentathlon).
Facilities that have been built or plan to be built include a new aquarium near Olympic Green for short-course swimming events; indoor arenas for basketball and volleyball; equestrian facilities at Longtan; five new soccer stadiums; and mountain venues such as bobsleigh runs in Zhangjiakou and ski slopes in Yanqing.
What you Need to Know about the Stadiums
The Olympic stadium will have a capacity of 80,000 spectators, with room for 5,000 additional seats in temporary structures.
China has a history of turning temporary structures into long-term uses—it made use of 17 stadiums to hold events during its 2008 Summer Olympics—and is set to do so again.
The plan is to use some of these stadiums to create community sports centers around China. Instead of demolishing them after Beijing’s time as the host city for The Olympic games Beijing 2022, they will instead remain standing and available for local athletic clubs and schools to use (and in some cases improve upon).
Some might also become shopping centers or office buildings once their big event days are over.
Who will get tickets?
Ticket sales for The Olympic Games Beijing 2022 will be based on an electronic ticketing system. This means that tickets will not be printed, but rather sent directly to your phone as a digital ticket.
In order to purchase tickets, all you have to do is log in to your account and select which events you would like to attend. If you are planning on attending multiple events, it may make sense to purchase a pass.
Only passes can guarantee seats at Olympic competitions in case they sell out. However, any seat with a view of the field of play is considered good so every individual also has a chance at just getting up close and personal with their favorite sports event!
Running, jumping, swimming, and throwing are not easy. That’s why it’s natural to feel intimidated at first glance of an event schedule for a multi-day athletic competition.
But as you get more familiar with what events are contested at which point in each game (and once you start watching them) you’ll discover that individual event aren’t so complicated, especially when it comes to following along on TV.
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics kick off in a little over a month and NBC will once again be broadcasting every second of the action live to your living room or mobile device—so if you’re curious about what exactly is happening between all those flashy blurbs during commercial breaks while Ryan Seacrest mans his watch station, read on! Or just tune in August 2020.
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