Enter the Big Lotus and Little Lotus stadiums.
The small lotus stadium has a dome that can be opened and closed depending on the weather.
The pool is shaped like a butterfly MMC is a former G20 venue
Chinese state-run Central (CC) TV
Released a first look at the venues that will host the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games on Wednesday. Noting that Hangzhou is a city of water, 토토사이트 the media noted the lotus-shaped stadium facilities.
Nicknamed the “Big Lotus”
The main venue of the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Stadium looks like a lotus blooming on a riverbank from the air. It consists of 28 large petal structures and 27 small petal structures that come together to form a large roof. During the design and construction process, the use of rebar was reduced to make the building more environmentally friendly. As a result, the building was awarded the Ruban Prize for Architecture.
With a capacity of 80,000 people, 스포츠토토 the stadium will host track and field events and the search for 48 gold medals.
The “Little Lotus”
Is a training center and stadium for tennis, and although it is smaller in size, it features a lotus-shaped dome. It has 24 petal-shaped structures on the lower half and eight petal structures on the top, creating a kind of dome that can be opened and closed depending on the weather.
In addition, the Hangzhou area, where the Asian Games will be held, has a variety of other thematic structures, including a swimming stadium that embodies the shape of a butterfly spreading its wings. In addition, the Main Media Center (MMC), which is used by domestic and international journalists, was the venue for the 2016 Group of 20 (G20) Summit.
More than 12,500 athletes from 45 countries will compete in the 16-day event, which begins today and ends on March 8. Athletes will compete for a total of 483 gold medals in 61 events across 40 sports.
This is the third Asian Games to be held in China, 스포츠토토맨 following the 1990 Beijing Asian Games and the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games.