Mountain climbing marks 1st national sports event in China after COVID-19 outbreak

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Mountain climbing enthusiasts gathered at Taishan Mountain for the first national-level sports competition since the COVID-19 epidemic outbreak on Sunday morning. The day also marked the beginning of 34th Taishan Mountain International Climbing Festival, which is scheduled to offer a series of sports events and cultural activities from Sunday to September 12.

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