Original title: Shanghai National Games Youth Swimming Competition ends, Paralympic athletes interacting with players on site
On the morning of October 17, the 16th Mei Zaichen Youth Swimming Competition of the 3rd Shanghai Municipal Sports Games officially kicked off in Nanhui Swimming Pool. This event is hosted by the Organizing Committee of the Third Shanghai Municipal Games, and undertaken by the Pudong New Area Sports Management and Guidance Center and Shanghai Meizaichen Sports Management Consulting Co., Ltd. The competition has 4 groups according to age, including 50-meter freestyle and 50-meter freestyle. There are six swimming styles, including the meter butterfly, 50 meter breaststroke, 50 meter backstroke, 100 meter freestyle and 100 meter medley. There are a total of 40 competition events. More than 200 young swimmers from the city have signed up for the competition.
The organizer aims to realize the growth model of youth learning + sports, life + sports through swimming competitions, build a platform for young swimmers to show their sports skills, further cultivate their interest in swimming, and discover and cultivate more outstanding swimming reserve talent , To promote the city’s primary and secondary school students swimming, improve the physical and mental health of students.
The organizing committee of this event specially invited the swimmer Shan Yiheng who is preparing for the Tokyo Paralympic Games to interact with young athletes. From a teenager with cerebral palsy to a swimming genius, Shan Yiheng uses practical actions to show everyone Demonstrate the unlimited potential of swimming rehabilitation.
Under the requirements of normalization of the prevention and control of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the organizing committee provides a series of event services such as online services and live video to provide athletes with an innovative and convenient event service experience. In order to ensure the safety of the competition, the competition prevention is also foolproof. Including a series of measures such as checking the application code, swimmer's health commitment card, wearing masks, temperature testing, and setting up quarantine areas to ensure that the epidemic prevention work of the competition is in place. (Pei Li)