Original title: Feel the elements of the Winter Olympics "Beijing Records" Challenge held at Yanqing Station
In the days less than 500 days before the Winter Olympics, the ice and snow projects have been launched more vigorously. Yanqing, one of the three major competition areas, has attracted much attention. On the afternoon of September 24, the "Beijing Records" Challenge Yanqing kicked off at the Yanqing District Sports Center. This challenge combines the "Winter Olympic Elements" and scientific fitness. Attracted more than 200 fitness enthusiasts to participate.
Since the successful bid for the Winter Olympics, Yanqing District has extensively carried out mass ice and snow sports to popularize the Winter Olympics culture. Organize more than 10 ice and snow events every year, carry out no less than 6 Winter Olympics and scientific fitness knowledge lecture halls, continuously expand the population of ice and snow sports participants, increase the awareness rate of the people’s Winter Olympic knowledge, and actively guide the masses to exercise scientifically to improve Physical fitness participated in the preparations for the Winter Olympics.
This "Beijing Record" full of "Winter Olympics" elements specially invited full-time reporters from the Beijing Olympics and reporters accompanying the Beijing Winter Olympics delegation, Zhai Xuan.
The National Fitness "Beijing Record" Challenge Yanqing Station is hosted by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Sports and Beijing Youth Daily, and undertaken by the Beijing Social Sports Management Center, Beijing Yanqing District Sports Bureau, and Beiqing Community News. In order to implement normalized epidemic prevention and control requirements and be responsible for the health of participants, a series of measures such as body temperature monitoring and on-site health code scanning were adopted.
In addition to the lecture hall, this event created a nationwide fitness brand activity that is closer to the masses, deeper into the grassroots, and widely participated with the concept of "making Beijing records".
This event not only allowed everyone to experience the "ice and snow style" "first", but also opened up a new way for the public and sports fans to "connect" to the Winter Olympics! It is reported that the "Beijing Records" activity will continue until December, and will gradually enter communities, schools, and units to carry out a series of national fitness activities.