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Post-00s Chinese athletes shine at Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics
Published: Feb 08, 2022 07:14 PM
Editor: Yang Ruoyu/GT Graphic: Xu Zihe/GT

Editor: Yang Ruoyu/GT Graphic: Xu Zihe/GT



From zero to one, 21-year-old Zhao Jiawen, makes history and becomes the 1st Chinese athlete to compete in Nordic Combined at the Olympics. He is also the final torchbearer at the opening ceremony. Graphic: Xu Zihe/GT

From zero to one, 21-year-old Zhao Jiawen, makes history and becomes the 1st Chinese athlete to compete in Nordic Combined at the Olympics. He is also the final torchbearer at the opening ceremony. Graphic: Xu Zihe/GT


 
Zhao Dan, Chinese skeleton athlete and flag-bearer at Beijing 2022 opening ceremony, ranked 4th after two runs. This is the 1st time China’s female skeleton athletes have competed at the Olympics. Graphic: Xu Zihe/GT

Zhao Dan, Chinese skeleton athlete and flag-bearer at Beijing 2022 opening ceremony, ranked 4th after two runs. This is the 1st time China’s female skeleton athletes have competed at the Olympics. Graphic: Xu Zihe/GT

19-year-old Chinese athlete Rong Ge ranks 5th in the final of women’s snowboard big air at Beijing 2022. She is the first Chinese athlete to enter women’s snowboard big air final.

19-year-old Chinese athlete Rong Ge ranks 5th in the final of women’s snowboard big air at Beijing 2022. She is the first Chinese athlete to enter women’s snowboard big air final.


 
17-year-old Chinese athlete Su Yiming won the 6th gold medal for Team China in the men’s snowboard big air at Beijing 2022 on Tue. He made history by bagging one gold and one silver at this year's Olympics. Graphic: Xu Zihe/GT

17-year-old Chinese athlete Su Yiming won the 6th gold medal for Team China in the men’s snowboard big air at Beijing 2022 on Tue. He made history by bagging one gold and one silver at this year's Olympics. Graphic: Xu Zihe/GT