Witnessing CSCEC's 40th founding anniversary: Highlights of CSCEC's sports venue projects (2)

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Jinjiang Second Sports Center in Fujian Province


The center is the largest indoor sports center in Fujian and also the first NBA standard gymnasium in Fujian. It consists of a gymnasium, a swimming pool, a training hall, a national fitness area, and an athlete dormitory, with a total construction area of 192,800 square meters.

Main Stadium of Xi'an Olympic Sports Center in Shaanxi Province


The main stadium of the Olympic Sports Center is inspired by the pomegranate blossom, with a construction area of about 150,000 square meters. As the main stadium of China's 14th National Games, it can accommodate 60,000 people, and it is the only stadium in the northwest region with more than 60,000 seats. The project was completed on June 23, 2020 and handed over on July 1, 2020.

Bozhou Gymnasium in Anhui Province


Inspired by the ancient warrior armor, the whole building reveals the splendid Han culture. The total construction area is about 48,600 square meters, with three floors above ground and one floor underground. The project has won the ArchitizerA+Awards in 2019, an important American architectural award known as the "Oscar" in the architecture industry.

Jingshan Tennis Tournament Center in Hubei Province


As one of the core projects of Jingshan Tennis Feature Town, Jingshan Tennis Tournament Center has a construction area of 26,000 square meters and a total of 5,400 seats, ranking fourth in China in terms of the number of spectator seats. The center is built in accordance with international tennis competition standards, and has adopted a modern intelligent management system. It is the venue for various tennis events at all levels, and it can also hold activities such as cultural performances, exhibitions and sales, and mass gatherings.

Stadium of Dongan Lake Sports Park in Chengdu in Sichuang Province


The stadium, with 40,000 seats, is the perfect combination of modern sci-fi "flying saucer" shape and "sun bird" of the ancient Shu culture. As the main venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 31st Summer Universiade, the stadium will strive to become a world-class cultural and sports tourism center after the event.

Ouhai Dragon Boat Sports Center in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province


The center has a total construction area of 23,800 square meters. The construction includes a finish line center, a comprehensive hall, a stand for watching Dragon Boat race, a corridor and a green square. It will be the main venue for the dragon boat events of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, and it will be the most high-end and standard dragon boat sports complex in China and even in Asia.

Lishui National Extreme Sports Training Base in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province


With a "plum blossom" shape, the training base is the world's only one-stop extreme sports complex. The base has three floors, and is divided into the sports area, the service area, and the physical training and rehabilitation center. It can host various large-scale professional extreme sports events at home and abroad, and can also meet the people' pursuit of extreme sports.

Yangling Tennis Sports Center in Shaanxi Province


With a total construction area of about 35,000 square meters, the center looks like a "bird's nest". It is the main venue for the tennis competition of China's 14th National Games. Meanwhile, it is the largest single tennis venue with the most complete supporting facilities and the highest standard in the five northwestern provinces of China.

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