Beijing Sports & Outdoors

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Most Viewed Sports & Outdoors in Beijing

  • 1. 2008 Olympics (venues)

    The 2008 Summer Olympics was one of the most spectacular ever. I was in Beiing in 2007 while the Olympics complex was still under construction and our tour bus just swung by on our way to the Great...

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  • 2. Ping Pong

    You can see people playing ping pong everywhere in Beijing and throughout China. Don't be afraid to initiate a friendly challenge but also don't be surprised when an eleven year old Chinese girl kicks...

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  • 3. climbing the gREAT WALL

    Generally speaking, the Great Wall is well protected by the Chinese Central Government and local authorities, and where there is the Great Wall, and there's a...

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  • 4. For basketball funs

    While in Beijing you can attend matches of the premier professional basketball league, known as the CBA and composed by 16 teams. There is also a WCBA for...

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  • 5. Bungee Jumping in the Beijing Boondocks

    Shidu is located 100 kilometers southwest of downtown Beijing in Fangshan County. You can stay at a farmer's home at night and ride horses or climb mountains...

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  • 6. Watching Boxing

    Boxing has 11 men weight categories from light flyweight (less than 48kg) to super heavyweight (greater than 91kg). Good news that in London 2012, women boxing...

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  • 7. Cheering Squads

    Unlike watching on television in your living room, when you watch at the stadium, you can feel the excitement and cheers of the supporters of each team which...

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  • 8. Watching Volleyball

    Watching volleyball fun. You serve across the net and the other team will touch the ball three times to get across, usually to set up a spike. You try to block...

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  • 9. Watching Handball

    Some sports like handball are seldom seen on television until at the Olympics. So countries who cannot win at football or basketball, can specialize and...

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  • 10. Watching Judo

    The second day after the Opening Ceremony, the first event we watched was Judo at the Beijing Science and Technology University Gymnasium.Although Judo, a...

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  • 11. Watching Track & Field

    Great to be at the Brid Nest to watch the track and field events.The whole stadium and China including myself were shocked and heart broken when we watched...

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  • 12. Watching Swimming

    In Beijing Water Cube Aquatic center, swimming is one of the most popular sports to watch. But it is all over very quickly due to fast races of over 50m, 100m...

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  • 13. Watching Diving

    At the mesmering Water Cube Aquatic Center, it was exciting watching diving.For Beijing Olympics, there are 8 diving events. Men and women 3m and 10m for both...

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  • 14. Watching Badminton

    In Olympics badminton, there are men's and women's single, double and mixed double.The major badminton power houses are China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Denmark,...

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  • 15. CLIMBING THE GREAT WALL

    Great Wall – the longest defensive city wall in the world.Located in nothern China, starts from Shanhaiguan pass along the coast of the Bohai sea in the east...

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  • 16. Weekly Street Skates and Full Inline Marathon

    Have you ever heard of Beijing Weekly Street Skates and Full Inline Marathon?If you are a skating fan you probably would like to take a look at this...

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  • 17. Liu1 bing1 (Ice-Skating)

    Do you like skating?Beijing has many frozen lakes but you should skate only in those places that are actually endorsed by the authorities because they aren’t...

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  • 18. Beijing, the paradise of bicycles

    Beijing is an ideal place for cycling especially in the city's hutongs. Cycling is not only a healthy and funny way to experience Beijing and the Chinese...

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  • 19. play soccer in Beijing

    If you are a soccer fan, and have a long jounery in Beijing, you can find some soccer players play with you. Dong Dan Gym and Altra of the Earth Gym are two...

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  • 20. Dong Heng club

    Pool and billiards is very popular in Beijing night life, Dong Heng club is my favourite one. lot of players is expert level, if you went there alone, they also...

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  • 21. Hiking the Great Wall

    Those who like a good workout should climb/hike the Great Wall. It's generally walking up a gentle gradient, but some sections are good and steep, and there are...

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  • 22. Hiking Ling Shan (Á¡¡ì¦É½)

    Á¡¡ì¦É½ is good for anything from a day's hike to a several days' hike. Locals like to go there over the weekend, and there are several camping sites. Start out...

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  • 23. Buying golf stuff

    With China being the worlds leading manufacture of golf clubs then obviously you’re going to see them for sale around Beijing. Unfortunately what you see for...

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  • 24. Not quite a sports tip as such!

    It is a place you can go and have Chinese characters and English letters printed onto sports clothing. When I was in China my second time round it was my then...

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  • 25. Football Frenzy

    This is the Worker's Stadium which is situated in the east of the city, on North Worker's Stadium Road. It is here where you'll see all kinds of football...

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