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Presentation of Czechia, Alpine Pro and other Czech companies in the venue of the Winter Olympics 2022

In the venue of the upcoming Winter Olympics, in Wanlong and Secret Garden, Zhangjiakou - Chongli District, a final race in ski orienteering series was held. The Czech Republic was represented by the general partner of the series Alpine Pro and the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Beijing.

The third and final event of the series at the ski orienteering took place on Saturday, March 9, 250 km from the capital of Beijing, at one of the places where the upcoming Winter Olympics will be held. The race followed the two previous races, which took place in Jilin Province in January, followed by race in February in Heilongjiang Province. The whole mini-series was under the patronage of the Chinese Olympic Committee. In general, the aim of mini-series was to support the development of skiing in China and winter sports.

The event´s general partner was the Czech company Alpine Pro which is also the partner of several ski resorts in China. The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Beijing also participate in the event as part of its Czech Days activities. This year are the Czech Days focused on the northwest region Dongbei and Winter Sports as well.

For both weekend days (9th and 10th March), the Czech stand, located in Wanlong, has attracted the attention of Chinese and foreign skiers and visitors.

Embassy staff members tried to bring nearer the Czech Republic, the Czech athletes, the Czech ski resorts to foreign visitors and presented homemade products from Czech companies. Sample products were prepared for visitors directly in the Czech stand. There were products, e.g. sportswear from the company Alpine Pro and skis of the Czech production Sporten and Lusti. Traditional Czech food and drinks, such as Wiener or fried cauliflower with potato salad, mulled wine, Pilsner Urquell beer and Becherovka, were also prepared for skiers and visitors. Especially for the children, a whole range of Czech sweets - Pedro chewing gums or candies Bon Pari, Klokanky, and Lipo - were prepared.

The Czech stand greatly attracted the attention of skiers and visitors. They introduced more closely to the Czech Republic, recognized Czech products, tasted Czech cuisine and took away tourist guides and necessary information about the Czech Republic.

The next event in the field of winter sports will be the May sports reception at the Czech Embassy in Beijing, which will be followed by several other events in the Dongbei region of North China.


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