The National Snowmobile and Sled Center is located in the northwest of Yanqing District, Beijing. It will be used as a snowmobile and sled competition venue. It is 1 km from the Olympic Village and 5 minutes driving. The venue provides 2000 spectator seats and 8000 standing seats. The national snowmobile sled center track has a total length of 1.9 kilometers, a vertical drop of 127 meters, 16 corners, and a maximum design speed of 134.4 kilometers per hour. After the track is completed, it will become the 17th in the world, the third in Asia, and the first sled track in China. The center is equipped with the world's unique 360° roundabout track awning.
Feb. 13: W Monobob Heat 1 & 2 09:30-11:45
Feb. 14: W Monobob Heat 3 & 4 *09:30-12:00M; Two-Man Heat 1 & 2 20:05-22:45
Feb. 15: M Two-Man Heat 3 & 4 20:15-22:45
Feb. 18: W Two-Woman Heat 1 & 2 20:00-22:15
Feb. 19: M Four-Man Heat 1 & 2 09:30-12:05; W Two-Woman Heat 3 & 4* 20:00-22:30
Feb. 20: Four-Man Heat 3 & 4 09:30-12:25
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Cortina d'Ampezzo will host Alpine Skiing, Curling, Bobsleigh, Luge, and Skeleton. Cortina d'Ampezzo is located at an elevation of 1210 meters in the province of Belluno. In the Italian Alps, this mountain destination is renowned for the beauty of its landscapes, its heritage, and its many sporting activities. Today, it is considered to be Italy's most fashionable ski resort due to its decadent charm. Quite impressive for slopes that are simply spectacular. Especially those on the Tofana side. This has a tourist cable car that takes you up to its summit at 3200m, wherein clear weather you can even see the sea. Olympia and Canalone are the best ski resorts. Another ski area, Cristallo, which can be reached via a cable car from the very center of town, offers a milder slope. Cortina d'Ampezzo hosts World Cup races. In 1956, it was also the site of the Winter Olympics.
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