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China is such a sports power in the future!

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  • Source:https://www.chinadaily.com.cn
  • Release on:2019-09-20
China is such a sports power in the future!

A few days ago, the General Office of the State Council officially issued the "Outline for the Construction of Sports Powers", which outlines the future of China's construction of a sports power.

Skiers compete during an international competition last year at the Thaiwoo Ski Resort in Chongli, Hebei province.

The new plan, named "Outline for Building a Leading Sports Nation", targets wider public engagement in sports, better competitive sports performances, a stronger sports industry, a more vibrant sports culture, and enhanced sports exchanges.

People who frequently participate in physical exercises should account for over 45 percent of the population by 2035; China should become a modern leading sports socialist country by 2050, and its people’s physical fitness, general health levels and global influence in sports should be in the front ranks of the world.

The "Outline" puts forward five strategic tasks for the construction of a sports power.

People’s health should be put at the core of the campaign, with national fitness plans to be formulated and implemented and scientific fitness knowledge and methods to be disseminated.

Preparations were encouraged for the coming Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympic Games, the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

The development, design and manufacturing of sports goods will be supported, and their supply capacity will be improved as well, the circular read, adding more mass sports activities should be organized and sports games should be held during holidays to stimulate people’s consumption.

The fourth is to promote the cultivation of a vibrant sports culture and promote the spirit of Chinese sports.
The fifth is to strengthen the exchange of foreign sports and exchanges with other countries (Hong Kong and Macao SARs and Taiwan), to serve the characteristics of big countries and "one country, two systems".