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The 2022 Winter Olympics (officially the XXIV Olympic Winter Games) and 2022 Winter Paralympics (officially the XIII Paralympic Winter Games), commonly known as Beijing 2022, are two upcoming international multi-sport events that are scheduled to take place respectively from 4 to 20 February 2022 and 4 to 13 March 2022 in Beijing, China. Beijing will become the first city to host both the Winter and Summer Olympics and Paralympics.


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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Optima & custom script
Launched:  Unknown

2013–2014 Applicant City

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2014–2015 Candidate City

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2015–2017 Interim

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Designer:  Lin Cunzhen
Typography:  Custom script
Launched:  15 December 2017

The official emblems for the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games were unveiled on 15 December 2017 at the National Aquatics Center in Beijing.[1] Beijing will be the first Olympic and Paralympic city to host both summer and winter editions.

The Olympic logo, called 'Winter Dream' is a stylised version of the Chinese character '冬' which is 'winter'.

  • It emulates the forms of a skater (on top) and a skier (beneath).
  • The ribbon motif portrays the rolling mountains of China; where the athletes will compete.
  • It's firework-esque form also notes the games will coincide with Chinese New Year celebrations.
  • The colour scheme is symbolic of dreams, the future and purity in blue, and the colours of the Chinese flag. (red and yellow)
  • The typeface of the logo calls back the calligraphic heritage of China.

The Paralympic logo, named 'Flying High' also incorporates an abstracted Chinese character; '飞' meaning 'fly', emulating the form of a wheelchair-bound athlete surging towards a finish line.

On September 6, 2020, the Paralympic logo was updated to match the new logo standards set by Paris 2024 and Los Angeles 2028.[2] The refreshed Agitos symbol by North was added and the text "Paralympic Games" text was removed.


See also

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