Live: Explore the first school ice hockey team of NW China’s Xinjiang

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Explore the first school ice hockey team of NW China’s Xinjiang” – below is their description.

Ice hockey is a confrontational winter team sport with a growing popularity all over the world. In Fuyun County, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, the first school ice hockey team in Xinjiang, which is made of over 60 young players aging 7 to 16 and a female coach, has kept training for eight years. The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics has ignited these children’s dreams, as they wish to participate in the world’s top ice hockey games and win honors for the motherland in the future. Join CGTN to find out more about this amazing school team and see how they pursue their ice hockey dreams. #Beijing2022 #OlympicLive

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