Humans of Beijing 2022: Short track speed skating coach carries on her mentor’s legacy

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In CGTN’s “Game Makers” series, we profile a group of people who make tremendous contributions to the Beijing Winter Olympic Games or show their great passion for winter sports. In the 22nd episode, we tell the story of Zhao Xiaobing, a short-track speed skating coach who pays tribute to her mentor and carries on the legacy of creating speed-skating champions.

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