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The 2022 Winter Olympics, commonly known as Beijing 2022, is an upcoming international winter multi-sport event set to take place in Beijing and cities in the neighboring Hebei province in the People's Republic of China from February 4 to February 20, 2022. Some preliminary events will begin as early as February 2, and all of the competitions will be broadcast live on and the NBC networks.

At the 128th IOC Session in Kuala Lumpur in July 2015, Beijing was chosen as the host city. The 2022 Winter Olympics will be the third in a row staged in East Asia, and the second in China. For the first time, the Winter Olympics will be held in a city that has already hosted the Summer Olympics; four existing indoor facilities, as well as the Beijing National Stadium (which will host the opening and closing ceremonies), will be utilized.

Beijing 2022 will develop on the legacies of the historic Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, with a vision of "Joyful Rendezvous upon Pure Ice and Snow," and intends to inspire millions of Chinese citizens to participate in winter sports.

The medal design was released on October 26, 2021, and it is based on Chinese traditional astronomy and astrology, as well as the fact that the games will be placed during the Chinese New Year festivities.

Beijing declared in February 2021 that the 26 venues for these sports will be powered exclusively by renewable energy.

The Events

The three competition zones of downtown Beijing, Yanqing, and Zhangjiakou will host 109 events in seven Olympic winter sports. Beijing will host four snow sports (men's and women's snowboard big air and freestyle skiing big air) as well as all ice events (curling, ice hockey, and skating), all of which will be held at heritage sites from Beijing 2008.

The Alpine skiing and sliding will take place in Yanqing, a suburb of Beijing that is home to the iconic Badaling and Juyongguan segments of the Great Wall.

Nations at the Winter Olympics

At least one edition of the Winter Olympics has been attended by 119 NOCs (110 of the contemporary 206 NOCs and nine extinct NOCs). All 23 Winter Games have featured athletes from 14 countries: Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.

Most Medal Winning Nations

Norway is the most successful nation in the Winter Olympic Games history, with 368 medals won since the first Winter Olympics in 1924, including 132 gold medals, 125 silver medals, and 111 bronze medals. While the United States came in second with a total of 307 medals, 105 of which were gold. In addition, Germany, the Soviet Union, and Canada are ranked 3rd, 4th, and 5th in the world, with 73, 78, and 74 gold medals, respectively.

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