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A total of 25 competition and non-competition venues, located in Beijing, Yanqing and Zhangjiakou respectively, will be used at the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

The Beijing Competition Zone will be home to three Olympic winter sports, namely Curling, Ice Hockey and Skating. It will group 12 venues, including eight that were legacy from the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, three newly-built, and one temporary.


The National Stadium (Birds' Nest) – Opening and Closing Ceremonies of Beijing 2022

The National Indoor Stadium – Ice Hockey 1

 

The National Indoor Stadium, in the centre of the Olympic Green, is three kilometres or a five-minute ride from the Olympic Village.

It will host Men’s Ice Hockey competitionshas a seating capacity of 18,000.

The Wukesong Sports Centre – Ice Hockey 2

 

The Wukesong Sports Centre, located in the west of Beijing, is 19 kilometres or a 15-minute ride from the Olympic Village.

It will be the competition venue for Women’s Ice Hockey and has a seating capacity of 9,000.

The Capital Indoor Stadium – Figure Skating Short-Track Speed Skating

 

The Capital Indoor Stadium is 10 kilometres or a 10-minute ride from the Olympic Village.

With a seating capacity of 18,000, it will host the Short-Track Speed Skating and Figure Skating competitions.

The National Aquatics Centre (Water Cube) – Curling

 

The National Aquatics Centre, in the heart of the Olympic Green, is two kilometres or a five-minute ride from the Olympic Village.

Curling competitions will be held here. It has a seating capacity of 4,500.

The National Speed Skating Oval - Speed Skating

 

The National Speed Skating Oval, to be built in the north of the Olympic Green, is six kilometres or a five-minute ride from the Olympic Village. It has a seating capacity of 12,000.

Source: beijing2022.cn
Date: 2017-12-15