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A practical guide to Olympic Qualifier Series | Updated: 2024-05-15 11:13
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All preliminary preparations for the Olympic Qualifier Series (OQS), scheduled from May 16 to 19 at the Huangpu Riverside in Shanghai, have been completed.

Transforming the riverside venue into an urban park spanning 110,000 square meters, with 6,000 square meters dedicated solely to competition areas, the event is set to host the best athletes from four disciplines - BMX freestyle, breaking, skateboarding, and sports climbing- vie for their tickets to the Paris Olympics.

The design of each venue has been coordinated with the International Olympic Committee, forming a bold color palette dominated by Olympic hues and white, adorned with youthful graphics.

Skateboarding, divided into street and park categories, showcases a dynamic and urban vibe with graffiti and colorful murals integrated into the course design, while the BMX Freestyle arena, designed by French Pascal Morrasse-Raymond, aims to establish a world-class field in Shanghai.

Breaking, with its distinctive red and blue entry portals, adds a special touch to competitors' entrances, and sport climbing, with its speed and bouldering events, is likely to draw huge audiences thanks to Shanghai's continuous efforts on promoting the sport domestically.

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