The Beijing Winter Olympics will be held from February 4-20, 2022, with 7 major events, 15 sub-events, and 109 minor events. The Big Air Shougang will undertake both Snowboarding Big-Air and Free Style Skiing Big Air.
The Big Air Shougang is the first newly completed venue in the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and the only snow competition venue in the city of Beijing. It will host the free style skiing Big Air and snowboard Big Air events for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. Four gold medals will be produced here during the Olympic Games. After the Winter Olympics, it will also become the world's first permanently reserved and used Big Air venue
SNOWBOARDING BIG AIR
Women's Qual. 09:30-11:45; Men's Qual. 13:30-15:45
Women's Final 09:30-10:50; Men's Final 13:00-14:20
FREESTYLE SKIING BIG AIR
W Freeski Big Air Qual. 09:30-11:45
M Freeski Big Air Qual. 13:30-15:45
W Freeski Big Air Final. 10:00-11:20
M Freeski Big Air Final. 11:00-12:20
*For a complete and official schedule published by the Olympics Committee, please contact us.
Livigno will host Snowboard and Freestyle Skiing. At 1816 meters above sea level, Livigno is a relatively new Italian resort in a valley surrounded by untouched forests and stunning snow-capped Italian Alps mountains near the Swiss border. It is located in Italy, Lombardy, Valtellina, between Livigno and Vallelunga. The ski resort is famous for its snow parks, as well as slopes and trails. The resort offers 115 km of slopes for skiing and snowboarding, as well as 32 lifts to transport guests. The winter sports area is located between 1,816 and 2,798 meters above sea level.
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The latest (the 9th) version of the schedule was released on June 11, 2021, following approval by the International Olympic Committee and is still subject to change. Follow us on Facebook and receive alerts of the updates once the future edition is published.
Mercure Beijing Zhongguancun is located at Zhongguancun St. of West Beijing.
The hotel is also close to one of Beijing's must-see attraction - the Summer Palace. The Summer Palace, an imperial garden during the Qing Dynasty in China, formerly known as Qingyi Garden, is located in the western suburbs of Beijing, 15 kilometers away from the city, covering an area of about 290 hectares (2.9 square kilometers), adjacent to the Old Summer Palace. It is a large-scale landscape garden built on the basis of Kunming Lake and Wanshou Mountain, based on Hangzhou West Lake and absorbing the design techniques of Jiangnan gardens. It is also the most well-preserved imperial palace and imperial garden, known as the "Royal Garden Museum" .