Chinese women ice February 3 Beijing Winter Olympics first battle!Fukuda Lin Qiqi Huang Hui-er to fight

2022-04-23 0 By

On February 2, Chinese New Year lunar calendar ubiquitous red lanterns, every family put up everyone of the Spring Festival, a happy and peaceful days of the 2022 Beijing Olympics opening ceremony is becoming more and more close to the remarkable ice and snow festival coincides with the Chinese year of the tiger Spring Festival we futian district Lin Qiqi, Huang Huier on behalf of the Chinese female ice play fighting games, win honor for our country!China is in Group B with Japan, Czech Republic, Sweden and Denmark in the 10-team women’s ice events.The women’s hockey program kicks off one day before the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics. The Chinese women’s hockey team will play Czech Republic on Feb 3, Denmark on Feb 4, Japan on Feb 6 and Sweden on Feb 7.All four of China’s group matches will be held at the Wukesong Sports Center.At present, The Chinese team ranks 20th in the world.China are in Group B with Japan ranked sixth in the world, the Czech Republic seventh, Sweden ninth and Denmark 11th. The Czech Republic and Denmark are in the Winter Olympics for the first time.The top three teams in Group B will play Canada, the United States, Finland, Russia and Switzerland in the quarterfinals of Group A. The winners advance to the semifinals and then the final.Lin Qiqi Project: Women’s ice hockey Birthday: May 12, 1996 Position: forward No. : 8 She is the vice-captain of China’s female ice hockey team. She has a strong sense of responsibility and her biggest goal is to participate in the Winter Olympics.Date of birth: Sep. 5, 2000 Position: Guard No. : 5 Full of energy rookie guard, she began to participate in professional league for Shenzhen Kunlun Red Star club this season, her skills and tactics improved rapidly, and participated in the Winter Olympic Games for the first time.Let’s cheer for the Fukuda athletes and cheer for the Chinese women ice looking forward to their heroic pentium!Source | Futian District Bureau of Culture, Radio, Film, Tourism and Sports