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Beijing 2022 unveils official uniforms for staff, technical officials and volunteers******
BEIJING, Oct. 27 (Xinhua) -- The Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (BOCOG) unveiled its official uniforms for staff, technical officials and volunteers Wednesday on the occasion of the 100-day countdown to Beijing 2022.
According to the BOCOG, the design was selected from more than 600 entries and has been optimized for eight rounds. The uniforms consist of clothing, shoes and accessories, on which there are elements of core graphics of the Beijing 2022 Games, presented in traditional Chinese landscape painting techniques, expressing the harmony between humanity and nature.
Zhang Jiandong, vice mayor of Beijing and executive vice president of BOCOG, said uniforms not only indicate the identity of staff, technical officials and volunteers but also embody the traditional Chinese culture and modern technological development, decorating the Olympic Games.
"We studied the principles of the International Olympic Committee and drew inspiration from previous Winter Games. We made designs according to different working scenarios and climate conditions during the Games in the three competition zones of Beijing, Yanqing and Zhangjiakou, and the uniforms are functional and artistic with Chinese characteristics," said Yan Cheng, director-general of Human Resources Department of BOCOG.
Glowing red, Great Wall grey, sky blue and snow white are the main colors of the uniforms for Beijing 2022. He Yang, the designer of the uniform, said, the black and glowing red uniform for the staff reflects their dedication and enthusiasm; the Great Wall grey, also a color used in Beijing 2008, represents the objectivity and fairness of technical officials; the sky blue shows the youthful vigor of volunteers; the snow-white, a harmonizing color, symbolizes good luck as a Chinese saying goes, "A timely snow promises a good harvest."
Considerations of environmental protection and sustainability are integrated into the design, production, and distribution of the uniforms. For example, the yarns used in equipment storage bags are made from recycled plastics in an endeavor to hold a green, environment-friendly and sustainable Winter Olympics. Enditem
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Teenager Wei rebounds to win uneven bars as China adds two more golds at gymnastics worlds******
KITAKYUSHU, Japan, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Wei Xiaoyuan bounced back from a fall in the women's individual all-around final to win the uneven bars as China added two gold medals at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships here on Saturday.
The 17-year-old Wei, competing in her first major international event, was the first to perform, scoring 14.733 points in a routine with a difficulty reaching 6.5.
It was China's second title following Zhang Boheng's stunning victory over Olympic champion Hashimoto Daiki in the men's individual all-around final on Friday.
As the newly-crowned Chinese National Games all-around champion, Wei fell off the bar two days ago and had to settle for the sixth.
"I am very excited," she said. "In the all-around final, I was a little nervous. But today I just felt like a training session."
"Paris is my target now," she said.
Her teammate Luo Rui took the bronze after scoring an identical 14.633 points with Brazil's Rebecca Andrade, who finished second thanks to lower degrees of difficulty.
Andrade earlier has added the vault gold to her Olympic title in her favorite discipline.
China's Lan Xingyu dominated the rings final with 15.200 points. Italy's Marco Lodadio took the silver and his compatriot Salvatore Maresca shared the bronze with Grigorii Klimentev of Russian Gymnastics Federation.
"It is a new start of my career," said Lan, who attended the Doha worlds three years ago as a reserve member of the winning Chinese team. He won a gold medal without performing.
"I will work harder for the Paris Olympic Games," he said. "Hopefully I can win honor for my country."
China was also expected to bring home the pommel horse gold but Weng Hao, who topped the qualification with 15.600 points, made two costly errors. He finished second behind Stephen Nedoroscik of the United States. Enditem