Shortly after the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics reached an effective resolution, Beijing has started to change its facilities and venues from the Winter Olympic Games to the Beijing Winter Paralympics, which will begin on March 4 and welcome around 600 competitors from around the world.
To empower individuals with handicaps to participate in and watch the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games, various barrier-free Facility Designs have been added and remodeled in different settings.
The Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics will be organized in five venues, including the National Alpine Ski Center, the Genting Snow Park, and the Nationwide Indoor Stadium. Some of them were additionally utilized as venues for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. To address the issues of the Games, facilities have been redesigned, the Paper reported.
In the National Indoor Stadium, numerous facilities are “customized” for athletes with disabilities. Hand practice machines have supplanted pedal bicycles in the competitors' warm-up region and the shower rooms have also been especially ready.
New sheets with materials imitating ice have covered the past elastic floor at the setting. Throughout the Winter Paralympics, the sheets will be laid from the changing rooms to the stands to permit disabled athletes to go through, while sturdy screens will be supplanted with transparent ones, making it helpful for competitors to watch the games.
Many spots of the National Alpine Ski Center in Yanqing district were also changed, for example, adding Paralympic logos, barrier-free tunnels and wooden sheets, no-slip mats on the snow.
“These are intended to permit the competitors to go through the opposition without hindrance,” Liu Jie, an individual from the team running the setting, told the media. “This is one of the centre thoughts of our games: humanization. We need to do whatever it takes not to help handicapped competitors with moving, but rather to try to establish an environment where they can continue all alone, which reflects fairness and respect.”
Braille reading materials and guides have been arranged to give barrier-free data services to the outwardly debilitated to understand the venue and rivalry data in settings in the Zhangjiakou contest zone.
The Paralympic Villages have additionally been arranged to welcome delegations. The barrier-free facilities inside the rooms of the Winter Paralympic Villages have been built to be available so all competitors feel comfortable.
The entertainment centres, fitness centres and public squares inside the Winter Villages have additionally gone through many changes to consolidate brief barrier-free Facility Design, for example, a wheelchair eating area inside every café and a wheelchair and prosthesis repair centre in all the public squares.
These facilities can likewise assist with rousing the more extensive structure of barrier-free facilities that are well disposed to disabled people in public areas.
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Benjamin Daviet – France
He is a cross-country skier and biathlete of the Nordic skiing standing class. He was 17 years old when he lost the flexion of his left leg after contracting staphylococcus aureus, following a motorcycle mishap in 2006.
Ekaterina Rumyantseva – Russian Paralympic Committee
She began taking part in biathlon and cross-country skiing in 2014, motivated by the Games at Sochi. Ekaterina Rumyantseva made her World Competitions debut in 2015. After three years, she won three gold and two silver medals at the Pyeongchang Games in her Winter Paralympics debut.
Mike Schultz – the US
The 2022 Beijing Winter Paralympics is the 2nd Paralympic Games for the snowboarder and won a silver and a gold at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics.
Rico Roman – the US
Roman is a para ice hockey legend. Playing as a forward for Team USA, he stowed gold at the Paralympic PyeongChang 2018 Winter Paralympics and the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympics. Thus, as defending champions, Team USA is betting on the exceptionally experienced 40-year-old to take them to a third consecutive gold at the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics.
Jung Seung-hwan – South Korea
If there is one para ice hockey player who can eclipse Roman at the Games, it is Jung Seung-hwan. Nicknamed Messi on Ice, he is a symbol in his nation of origin, which assisted his team with winning a bronze at the Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics. He has likewise been his team’s leading scorer for four sequential World Championships.
Henrieta Farkašová – Slovakia
Farkašová is one of the most loved Winter Olympians ever, with 12 awards across disciplines of Super-G, consolidated, giant slalom and downhill. This makes her a significant rival at the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics.
Oksana Masters – the US
Among the many rousing Paralympians ever, the tale of Oksana Masters is maybe the most very much recorded. Masters was brought into the world close to Chernobyl in Ukraine in 1989. Therefore, when Masters was conceived, she had one kidney, no thumbs, webbed fingers, 12 toes, missing shin bones, different-sized legs and only part of her stomach. By 14, both her legs must be excised close to the knee.
Marie Bochet – France
In January 2022, Alpine skier Marie Bochet won gold in giant slalom at the Lillehammer 2021 World Para Snow Sports Championships. It was her 30th title at the Paralympic Games or World Championships – confirmation of the French icon's outright territory in Alpine skiing.